In a dark fantasy world where humans fight against the non-humans, Geralt of Rivia, a witcher, is asked to uncover a conspiracy. This quest leads him through swamps infested by monsters, a city corroded by corruption and crime, and a village hiding dark secrets. Enjoy this montage presenting the art of The Witcher.
Bioshock offers an unusual setting. A titanic city holed up at the bottom of the sea sheltering ideologies of a megalomaniac and human dementia. Opting for an Art-Deco architecture, the city of Rapture is, in itself, a work-of-art. This visual spectacle is nonetheless tinged by drug addicts with distorted faces, towering creatures protected by metal armor and mad scientists. Bioshock is a unique game which must be discovered by all art lovers.
Released in 1996 for the original Gameboy, you might say that Pokémon Red/Blue is not a visually remarkable game. And you would not be wrong. This black and white game, however, proposed an unique world in which the player is free to explore. This video attempts to give a glimpse on how the game, and the Pokémon world, were initially imagined by their creators.
Journey is a visually astonishing game. In order to achieve his goal, the pilgrim must pass through a vast desert, an uncanny cavern and a cold mountain. Journey offers unforgettable landscapes and unusual creatures. Please enjoy this montage presenting the art of Journey.
Fumito Ueda is one of the greatest artist and author of the video game industry. He is the mind behind Ico, released in 2001, and The Last Guardian, not yet released. Please enjoy this montage presenting his work on Shadow of the Colossus, a poetic game about love and destruction.