Devin “DVO” Roth is the art director on the animated series Final Space, and he’s also worked on shows like Bob’s Burgers and Duck Tales.
Scythe, one of the best board games in years, is now in Early Access on Steam. It’s a very bare-bones port, though, so you might be better off playing the Tabletopia version instead, at least for now.
Red Rover is a driving game on Steam that drops you in the seat of a very overpowered Mars rover and lets you explore the actual surface of the red planet.
Frozone cosplay by ApoIIoCreed.
Here’s Russian cosplayer Polina Vishnevskaya with some absolutely incredible Warhammer 40K work.
I think we all took the Xbox 360 for granted. Other all-time greats like the SNES and PS2 seem to be remembered more fondly than Microsoft’s console, which tends to be recalled as more of a thing that happened than a platform to be treasured.
Yes, that’s cosplay.
An essential part of Fallout’s visual identity is that it’s heavily based on Americana, but concept artist Fernanders Sam wanted to explore what other parts of Bethesda’s nuke-blasted world would look like.
Just so you know they’re not playing favourites, Nike is following up its PlayStation AF1s with some Xbox-branded Air Jordan 1s.
In the universe of FAR: Lone Sails, the world is ending. The seabed has dried up, most people are gone, and you’re left to wander the wastes alone in a rickety old ship that’s constantly running out of fuel and breaking down. As depressing as all that sounds, though, the game is actually a nice little trip.
The Xbox One’s new avatars are almost here. An editor is rolling out to Xbox Insiders now that lets them build and tweak their avatars ahead of the actual release of the mascots, which MS says is coming “soon”.
Here is a very good mod that takes the gruff military characters from Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 and replaces them with the cast of the Neptunia JRPG series. Even in the singleplayer campaign, even in zombies mode.
Never let anyone tell you cosplay isn’t art. arcanekani is Will, hakizzle91 is Jazz. Photo by troysdecoy.
I don’t get the chance to feature much low poly or pixel art work here on Fine Art, so let’s take care of both of those things in one feature.
Around 15 years ago, there was a Half-Life mod released called International Online Soccer, which turned Valve’s classic shooter into a football game. Now, just in time for the 2018 World Cup, it’s back.
Skate fans were hoping for a Skate 4 announcement at E3 this week, and when it didn’t come, folks were bummed. Anyone watching Twitch’s official coverage of the show earlier tonight, though, were treated to a few moments of delicious hope...before having it snatched cruelly away once again.
Ghost of Tsushima looks good, but the heavily accented English in the E3 trailer was a bit jarring. It’s OK: you’ll also be able to play the game in Japanese.
The kind of person reading this website probably thinks E3 is for you, the F5ing obsessive keen for Cyberpunk and The Last Of Us Part II, but for millions of fans around the world it’s about little more than the first good look at the only game they’ll be playing seriously for the next 12 months.