In an age as determined to be as modern as possible, it's sometimes difficult to find artists who will approach art by touching a pencil to paper and creating it all by hand. WayForward's Marc Gomez, on the other hand, chose to approach A Boy and His Blob's charming design in a way that, while certainly more time-consuming, definitely reflects the effort and time invested.
Hit the jump to check out a video that shows off some of the original concept art from the game, which depicts everything from an overly emotive Blob to some totally different looks for the characters altogether. I think you'll agree that while the concepts are all attractive, the look they chose in the end definitely suits the final product in a pretty fitting way. Speaking of the final product, you can look forward to a full developer walkthrough of the E3 demo coming soon!
Hey everybody! We're back from E3, and boy are our arms tired. From playing video games, but also from making cartoonish flapping motions. We ran down what came out of Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo's respective press conferences, as well as our personal favorites, and then listed off the Destructoid Best Of E3 winners. Now, we take naps.more
Titanfall already took home our Game of the Show award for E3 2013. So what about the rest of the categories and games? Well after some much needed rest and relaxation we've decided the rest of the winners for all our categor...more
This has been a fairly thrilling Electronic Entertainment Expo in a lot of ways. Hard not to be when two out of the three major console competitors are showing off brand new hardware and all the new games which come along with that. But what was the most exciting aspect of this year's E3? Watch the video to hear what we think and answer The Question for yourself in the comments below.more