Exploring Three Video Games That Have a Unique Art Style
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Exploring Three Video Games That Have a Unique Art Style

The most recent games that include hyper-realistic visuals will never cease to amaze gamers no matter how many years pass. But what about those forms of artistic expression that deviate from the normal? They are just as remarkable as any other approach that strives for straightforward realism.

These artistic games have inspired many other games to be developed, for example, there are many online non gamstop casinos that have developed artistic and creative slot games, as well as this, these online platforms design and publish new titles each week for users to enjoy on a daily basis. On these platforms, gamers can play a wide range of games with the possible chance of winning money. Nevertheless, within this article, we will have explored three video games that are worth mentioning and that have a unique art style.

Ori and the Will of the Wisps

The video game Ori and the Will of the Wisps is widely regarded as one of the most gorgeous titles released in recent years. It is well-deserving of the award for Best Art Direction in 2020 that was given by Twinfinite. From the beginning to the end, this game is packed with beautiful landscapes that would look great on a desktop wallpaper. Every single location, from the icy mountaintops to the deep forests, it seems like a picture coming to life.


Cuphead is another game that deserves to be mentioned for its eye-popping visual styles. The game's vibrant and colourful drawings actually burst off the screen, in addition to this, it delved into a period of time that has never been studied before, taking us back to the 1930s but doing it in a very unusual way.

From the moment the very first trailer for Cuphead was made available to gamers, they were left wanting more. Because of how unusual its hand-drawn cartoon visual style is, you will have a very difficult time finding any other game that even closely resembles it in appearance.


Firewatch is among the most impressive adventure games that Campo Santo has ever created. In this game, you take on the role of Henry, a fire lookout stationed in the Shoshone National Forest.

Henry will have encounters in the woods with mysterious occurrences that have some connection to the conspiracies that took place many years ago. The players will only be able to connect with a character known as Delilah through the use of a walkie-talkie, and they will have to select different dialogue choices in order to have conversations with her and advance their relationship as the game progresses.

The great plot of the game puts players on an exciting and emotional rollercoaster, which is very well received by the gaming community as a whole.

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