5 Magnificent Video Games with Distinctive Artstyle

One of the most important part while making a game is ART and how every developer tries to make their different as possible and whether it is realistic graphics or something out of the 90s it does not matter. What matters is what benefit the game gets with the chosen art style. Personally, i am big fan of indie games just because of how diverse they are when it comes to making their art and while playing Cuphead I thought why not make a list of video games with distinctive Artstyle

The Binding Of Isaac

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The Binding of Isaac looks like an old school game like the original Zeldas, but with a dark scenario and dark humor. It has the typical difficulty of a McMillen game, which is not found anywhere else these days. This game will motivate you to try and try again in such a simple way – just brilliant. If you like the style and the old school gameplay of The Binding of Isaac, you’ll have a lot of fun with it. – GamingXP
 Funny and miserable, disgusting and endearing, the end result is a game that’s smart enough to have things both ways, offering an often brutal critique of certain religious sacraments, while wallowing comfortably inside the rituals of one of gaming’s oldest genres. – Edge Magazine
One may play for an hour or two, but they’re constantly tempted to go back in and uncover the scads of remaining secrets. It’s a style of game that really intrigues me, and one I want to see more of. – GameCritics

Don’t Starve

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This community engagement is not only smart from a marketing and outreach perspective, but it’s what gives Don’t Starve its depth: All of these features bundled into a survival game with streamlined, robust mechanics and infinite ways to die. – Joystiq

Don’t Starve is a sandbox survival game with an unique graphic style, odd setting and challenging but rewarding gameplay. The goal is to survive as long as possible in a very hostile world. It’s a tough task but it can be done if you know what you are doing. The game is usually pretty enjoyable but sometimes it can also be very frustrating because you have to repeat the same actions multiple times when you are gathering resources. – Pelit (Finland)

Don’t Starve is a particular sandbox/survival game made with dark tones, that will keep you literally glued to the screen. Is one of the most interesting and original indie games for the year 2013. – Everyeye.it

Broken Age

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Broken Age is a wonderful experience that I can’t recommend enough. As someone who grew up on the LucasArts-style adventure games of old Double Fine has pulled through with just enough nostalgia and modern aesthetic, offering up a fresh and funny classic in an age where blockbuster games rule the roost. – PlayStation LifeStyle

In its finished form, Broken Age is every bit the modern point-and-click classic its strong first act implied it would be. With an entertaining story and clever puzzles wrapped in a modern sensibility and impressive production values, Tim Schafer’s return to the genre that made him lives up to the high standard of his earlier work. – EGM
Even with its flaws and a gameplay that could have been better, Broken Age shines thanks to its visuals and a superb dubbing, stating once again the love Tim Schafer and Double Fine implement in their games. – LaPS4


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LIMBO is a wonderfully dark experience with its only real flaw being its stunted length. – Gamers’ Temple

 An incredible achievement. Very few games are as original, atmospheric, and consistently brilliant. It belongs in everybody’s collection. The journey may be over too quickly, but you will be entertained every minute. This is one of my favorite games. – IGN
For anyone who isn’t immediately enchanted by its look and style, even ten bucks might be a bit of a stretch, but I still find it exceedingly difficult not to wholeheartedly recommend LIMBO to fans of indie games. – AtomicGamer

Ori and the Blind Forest

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Ori and the Blind Forest isn’t a revolution in genre, but is brilliant in all mechanics and level design. A challenging, difficult and intelligent game with impressive visuals and a great soundtrack. – Meristation

A terrific blend of story, gameplay, and graphics, Ori and the Blind Forest is an unforgettable debut for indie developer Moon Studios. – EGM

A magical fairy tale engraved in a sometimes frustrating but rich, beautiful and challenging platform. – Multiplayer.it



The artists and animators, those working on the dastardly enemy AI or scripting, the musicians that contributed to this game should all take a bow. The wait was long and now it’s easy to see why, but Cuphead is most certainly a must play title in a year full of must play games. – Attack of the Fanboy

An exquisite work of craftsmanship in almost every aspect. You will recover your faith in classic gameplay. Be careful, though, it’s not a game for the impatient. – Hobby Consolas
A crazy journey back in time with side-scrolling shooter mechanics thrown in for good measures. It’s really one hell of a ride. – Impulsegamer
Cuphead is a singular experience. Studio MDHR knew what it wanted to make, then went ahead and made it. A tough boss-rush game based on classic animation archetypes? It shouldn’t work, but here we are. It’s fun to play, and possibly even as satisfying to watch, since you can fully absorb what’s going on screen. – Game Informer
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#5 Magnificent Video Games with Distinctive Artstyle