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Submitted by cmurdurr 662d ago | opinion piece

Sometimes An Art Style Makes All the Difference

Leviathyn.com | Since gaming’s humble beginnings, we’ve seen innumerable innovations in game development that have pushed genres forward, created new genres, re-defined conventions, and impacted the industry as a whole. These changes took place in every single facet of the game, from sound design to gameplay variations. And yet, I can’t help but feel like there’s one area that hasn’t been played with very much until recently: art style. (Borderlands, Culture, Limbo, PC, PS3, Shank, The Legend Of Zelda: The Wind Waker, Xbox 360)

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