Author: Christian Miller

What Games Would Benefit From an HD Facelift?

5 Gorgeous Old School Video Games That Would Benefit From An HD Facelift

March 21, 2014

HD remakes are a hot topic amongst gamers. On one hand, you have those who think they cheapen the legacy of the original or believe them altogether unnecessary. On the other hand, you have your gamers that love them because they offer a chance to almost travel back in time, to go revisit a game […]

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Zelda - What Art Style Should Be Next

What Art Style Should The Zelda Series Tackle Next?

March 18, 2014

The¬†Legend of Zelda¬†series has been all over the board in terms of art direction. It seems like every time a new title is announced, a new and cool graphical style is ushered in. You have titles that have a cel-shaded, almost graphic novel-esque style, such as¬†Wind Waker.¬† And then you have realistic¬†Zelda¬†games, like¬†Twilight Princess.¬† There […]

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The Top Five Best Lego Games

The Top Five Best LEGO Games

March 13, 2014

Hello! You are viewing a Classic Artistry in Games article. For our more recent content, please click here. If you’re a gaming parent or even a regular one, this article might be of your interest as well. Looking for an¬†appropriate¬†game for the kiddos? Check out our review of JUJU here! Have you ever played a […]

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Yaiba Ninja Gaiden Art Style

Does Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z Have The Coolest Art Of The Series?

March 11, 2014

Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z¬†is one of the final significant titles that’s set to be released for the last generation of consoles (that is, PS3 and Xbox 360), and it may very well represent the coolest art that the series has seen to date. What a fitting way to send the generation off. In¬†Yaiba,¬†players take control […]

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A Look Back At Donkey Kong’s Many Different Art Styles

March 4, 2014

Donkey Kong Country Tropical Freeze¬†was just recently released, and gamers everywhere were reminded why the¬†Donkey Kong¬†franchise has been around for as long as it has. It’s an awesome platforming adventure series that pretty much anyone who picks it up has fun with. However, I wanted to talk a bit about something that not a lot […]

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Shining Empire - Artistry in Games

Kickstarter For Shining Empire Shows How Cool 8 Bit Can Look In The Modern Generation

February 28, 2014

Are you looking to support a fun, awesome new ¬†Kickstarter project? If so, you’re in luck, because here is the perfect project for you to take a look at. It’s called Shining Empire, and in it, you’re tasked with building an epic sized fantasy city and drafting up an equally huge army to take on […]

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Inside Unreal – Visual Effects Shows How To Create Gorgeous 3D Volume Effects Explosion

February 25, 2014

At last year’s Game Developers Conference, Epic Games released the “Infiltrator” real-time demo. It ran 100% in Unreal Engine 4 in real time, and blew the collective minds of gamers everywhere by¬†showing off the engine’s high-end rendering features as well as the latest tools developers can use with it. If you didn’t get to check […]

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“Maestros of Video Games” Panel Announced For PAX East 2014

February 23, 2014

With events like Game Music Connect, the Video Games Live symphony, and MAGFest, it would seem as if video game music is experiencing a surge in popularity right now, and rightfully so. Take a second to think about some of the most memorable images from your favorite video games, and I guarantee that almost all […]

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New Screenshot For The Walking Dead Shows How Awesome The Episode Will Look

February 19, 2014

Recently, TellTale Games, the studio behind¬†The Walking Dead, Back To The Future,¬†and the upcoming¬†Tales From The Borderlands,¬†revealed a single screenshot for the upcoming second episode of¬†The Walking Dead: Season Two, ‘A House Divided.’ The screenshot shows off series star Clementine about to off a walker with a claw hammer in front of a bridge, while […]

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A Well-Crafted Story Should Always Take Precedent Over Top Flight Graphics

February 12, 2014

A well-crafted story is one of the top things I look for when I am looking to buy a new video game. Why is that? Without a decent story, a game has nothing to keep me playing for the long haul. Sure, a title may have incredible graphics, or some awesome new mechanic, but if […]

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