Horizon Chase is one of those games that brings back a lot of good memories, especially if you are from the generation that played the classic Sega Outrun or Nintendo's Top Gear. Outrun is the best reference because of the Ferrari. Another amazing thing about this game and game design is that I know the folks behind it, they are from my hometown, which makes me even happier. So for this post I just wanted to share the work that Rodrigo Bellão published on his Behance profile. I added the info he was kind to share with us.
All you Nintendo fans out there, here is the excuse you were waiting for to get tickets and pack to Japan. Nintendo just opened a super cute cafe in Osaka and Tokyo. Kirby Café incorporates elements from the video game series into everything they do. So of course you will love everything about this place. From their website to the items they serve to their location, every details is filled with style and cuteness. Check it out!
One could state that today is concept art day at Abduzeedo. We really can't get enough of it, even more when we get to see amazing artworks by talented artists, like American artist Eytan Zana. He's got a sweet set of concept artworks. Eytan is a concept artist at Naughty Dog, the badass company that developed games like The Last of Us and the Uncharted series. He has made amazing concept pieces for these games, and some others as well. He's got an amazing style, really worth checking out.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is my first try on the Witcher universe and I'm pretty satisfied with the quality of this game, which has an giant open world and dozens, even hundreds of hours of possible gameplay. One of the coolest things about it is a card game called Gwent. I was pretty amazed when I ran into the artist that has made some card designs for the game. Polish artist Marek Madej has made some of the coolest Gwent cards you'll find in the game... he has also come up with some amazing concept arts that really capture the variety of scenarios you'll find in the game.
If you are a game lover and an Android user, I'm sure yoy'll enjoy this list! Take a look at the new Back do Bed and Monument Valley. And for iOS, give a try at Dull! Hope you guys like these apps and all the whole selection, and stay tuned for the next week! You can keep sending me your suggestions via Twitter twitter.com/FabianoMe and include #abdz_apps in the message.
I know we're not used to do this here at Abduzeedo, but we usually share with you beautiful nature scenes from time to time... so I thought that it would be nice to share beautiful nature scenes from a game! The game is called The Long Dark, and the story happens in the Canadian wilderness, where your mission is to survive for as long as you can. I've played it sometimes and it's pretty impressive how beautiful this game is.
2013 had some pretty amazing, beautiful games, like GTA V, The Last of Us and Assassin's Creed: Black Flag. The latest installment of the assassin's franchise is simply breath-taking. Sincerely, piratry didn't look this awesome since the first Pirates of the Caribbean movie. Ivan Koritarev, a Bulgarian artist previously featured here, came up with some fantastic concept art for Ubisoft... these capture a portion of the game's atmosphere.
Stop everything you're doing, because you can't continue with your head blown. That's right, because this is one of the freshest things you'll see around the web these days. For any of the gamers out there who've been in love with fighting games for a long time, this is for you! Redditor RudeBootie has made an album consisting in 125 fighting game backgrounds as GIFs. That's right... remember all the arenas where you defeated your foes in the past? Well, they're back in a glorious way.
It's been quite a long time since we posted about character design. It's not exactly our forte but we really love the field and especially the work that we see out there on the internet. Most of the work is for the game industry and it's amazing the amount of details some of this characters have. To give you an idea of how awesome character design is, we picked some examples from Yu Cheng, a illustrator, graphic and fashion designer from Taipei, Taiwan.
Who doesn't love gaming? Almost everyone here was raised playing old school games in their Atari, Sega Genesis or Super Nintendo and I must say that it's super awesome to see those games back in other ways. One of these ways is through design! English designer, Aled Lewis, one of the most beloved artists out there took his shot on the concept of mixing games with photography, and I must say that result is awesome! His take is somewhat minimalistic, but very awesome nevertheless.
This is a selection that Android user will love! Pixlr and Runtastic are two really nice apps, also we're featuring the Predators Game, for Android too. If you have an iPhone, you should try Fantastical and the 500px app, they are beautiful! Hope you like all those apps, and stay tuned for the next week! You can keep sending me your suggestions via Twitter twitter.com/FabianoMe and include #abdz_apps in the message.
The good ol' days! Nothing would beat getting home from school and playing your favorite game in your Genesis or your Super Nintendo. It was the 16bit and 32bit glory days and I must say, they're very much missed.
We keep going through our weekly journey checking out great logos! We're thinking ahead and we want to find new topics, good ones, to share with you guys. Last week we had a great post about logos with butterflies, and today it's all about game logos!
Last week we had a great post featuring some stunning illustrations and game concept arts that were a big hit.
During a little visit to Fubiz yesterday, I ran into something that really got my attention: Videogame remake wallpapers! These are really incredible and just blew my mind! Since many people didn't find the link to the author's page and didn't get to download these wallpapers, I'm also posting abou it and making direct links to each wallpapers.
A little more than 2 months ago we had a great article about Mega Drive (Sega Genesis) game cover arts. Many people enjoyed it very much, and many asked for a next post: Snes cover arts. And here they are. Unfortunatelly, Snes cover arts are a little bit harder to find than the Mega's ones, but I've managed to find some cool ones. I really hope you guys enjoy these as much as I do. Cheers! ;)
Back in the day, the Master System, the Sega Genesis (a.k.a. Mega Drive), and the Super Nintendo would just make us over our heads... 16 and 32 bits were HOT stuff back then. Those bits would make us spend whole afternoons playing Mickey's Castle of Illusion, Desert Strike and many other games... and a great way to remember those days, is taking a look at game cover arts. While writing the Michael Jackson's Inpiration post, I ran into the old Moonwalker game cover art, and memories began to flow like crazy...
It's been some time since I got this hyped in a morning. During my regular visits to First Showing (a must visit for all movie freaks), I ran into something I wasn't expecting: the 1st friggin' international trailer for the Max Payne movie. And I know the preview picture isn't from the movie, but from the game, but it's totally cool. I don't know if you guys realize who big this is. For those who were out to Venus for the past 8 years, Max Payne is a video game character, from a game called, uhn, Max Payne.
Yesterday we found about this 16 years old kid who made nice pics of old games in the real world, and it was quite funny. Today, following a potential series of game related posts, some cool pictures of "Legod Video Games". Ronn (or skinny coder), a dude from LA came up with the idea of building old games scenes with Lego, and the result is really something. Check these out! And we've also found a Flickr pool full of these... Hope you all like it. Cheers! :)
Probably one of the greatest things about design is when someone comes up with a good idea do revive old, cool games. What about a Mario Kart race going on in highway somewhere, or maybe Donkey Kong throwing stuff at Mario and Luigi from a real skyscraper? It was a really awesome idea, the person who came up with these is a real genius. Does anyone knows who did it? If you do, drop a comment! Enjoy and cheers!