Well, video game is more interactive, to that extend it is more fun, but watching a film is watching a play (only look better then a live play, because you can make it look more releastic in movie) and that is enjoyable in its own way.
Hmm, you see, personally, I would say they are both entertaining intheir own way. I find games more immersive, obviously due to the interactivity. However, films entertain you in a way you can just observe. But, I really feel change in the industry
it depends on the user age.
If you are a teenager or single person, of course video games are thrilling and entertaining to pass time, kill boredom.
For attached couples and married couples plus kids, films are comfortable and less havoc
Video games have the advantage of immersing people in the story and explore various what-ifs.
Yes! Video games, esp the modern ones, are far more interactive and immersive than films. They also have far more replay value, versus rewatch value of films.
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