GIVE THE AWARD for “biggest disconnect between cuteness of graphics and brutality of difficulty” to Cuphead, an Xbox indie game on display at E3. It will draw you in with its adorable aesthetic and then hammer you until you are nothing.
How come more people aren't talking about this? The game looks awesome! It really stands out in the crowd of AAA games. I want to play this.
this one is great, want it ahead of Halo5
I don't know why Disney didn't craft this artstyle for Castle of Illusions. Well done. Won't lie, I am jelly if this never comes to PS4.
Envious towards Xbox owners for this. Love the art style, they need to make more cartoon animated games like this. May have to save up for an Xbox.
I love the art style of this game, but it's doesn't look like something I'd bother playing for very long. But I need to see more to know for sure.
Yeah, this was definitely one of the highlights at Microsoft’s conference. Looks creative, stylized and fun. I read about it in one of the recent issues of Game Informer and I thought it looked very cool there too. Seeing it in motion, though, was awesome.
because it not on PS. are you new here?
Indies don't count, remember? But Ori counted... wait, what? A good game is a good game. I just wonder how many people will put aside their indie hate to play this.
When I see something like this, I really am at awe with the artistic abilities and wild imagination people have. Then on top of that, to excecute that imagination and put it on paper, or code in this case..its just...wow. Some truly talented people in the world and in this industry.
This game looks incredible. Cannot wait until it releases!
Def on my radar.
Mediocre shooter with great art direction.
Amazing direction for the art style. It's amazing how certain people don't ever think about using these types of styles or come up with ideas that people might have even thought of.
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