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  • Blog Post: The Dovahkiin Is Reborn In This Art Of Skyrim Video

    Even almost three years after its release, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is still so wildly popular that fans are developing new mods for it even today. While the game still stands as a technical marvel and one of the best games in recent years, it is also a fascinating game to look at. With the latest... More
  • Blog Post: The Art Of Donkey Kong Country Returns Video Swings Into Our Hearts

    Over the years, Donkey Kong has transformed his image from villain to hero, adopting a modest monogrammed tie for a more professional look (well, they're technically not the same gorilla, but we won't get into that). He first starred in his own adventure with the graphically impressive Super... More
  • Blog Post: The Art Of The Last Of Us Video Is As Beautiful As You'd Expect

    Even on previous-generation hardware, Naughty Dog's The Last of Us captivated audiences and critics alike with its stunning visuals. Now, with a remaster on PlayStation 4, we have even more reason to look back and admire the artistry of our favorite PlayStation 3 title. Olivier Leclair brings us... More
  • Blog Post: Geralt Slays Beautifully Detailed Beasts In Art Of The Witcher Video

    Though The Witcher games might have risen to popularity with the series' second entry, the original game laid the foundation for Geralt of Rivia and his adventures. With The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt coming in February, there's no better time to look back and appreciate the original's artistry... More
  • Blog Post: Art of Bioshock Video Splices Concept Art And Gameplay

    Coming in at number two on our End of an Era series' top 25 Xbox 360 games , BioShock still stands as a benchmark for compelling setting design in video games seven years later. To highlight the underwater utopia-turned-dystopia of Rapture and some of its inhabitants, Youtuber Olivier Leclair brings... More
  • Blog Post: The Art Of Pokémon Red/Blue Shows The Sketches That Started It All

    The Pokémania craze kicked off in the late ‘90s in the states thanks to Pokémon Red and Blue, the Pokémon anime and, of course, the trading card game. Part of the charm behind Pokémon, perhaps captured best in the trading cards, has always been the artistry and imagination... More
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