Videogames are an artform unlike any other - while movies, TV, paintings, and music are all different, worthwhile ways for artists to express bold ideas and inspire people, they simply cannot have the same power as a videogame for one simple reason: videogames let you be a part of the art. They're interactive, allowing for immersive experiences where you personally become part of the art. And, as such, they can be profoundly impactful or emotional experiences, particularly since gameplay and graphics have evolved to do more than the simple puzzle games and platformers when videogames were new.
But what were THE most memorable gaming experiences? This r/AskReddit thread posed the question to users, and they picked some damn good ones: