Game of the Year Awards 2019: Best Art Design
Having an epic hero to quest through the world and defeat the big bad guy is important, as well as having a cohesive and interesting story to tell, but if your intrepid adventurer is bumbling through a bland and flat landscape there really isn’t much of a game going on, is there? Art Design is best summed up as that feeling when you enter a location in a game and feel the need to stop and slowly pan the camera for cinematic effect, to really take in the finer details of the environment around you. This doesn’t mean realism, but a setting that is so well defined it could be its own definitive character in a game. Here are the nominees for best Art Design.
Whether walking across the barren plains of a cursed world, hopping from planet to planet, or defying all logic of space and time, these games all share one key feature an incredibly passionate and dedicated team of developers who strived – and succeeded – to give the world a truly memorable experience exploring their unique universe. These games are without a doubt iconic adventures that we will be talking about for years to come.
Katana Zero – Askiisoft
Untitled Goose Game – House House
Void Bastards – Blue Manchu
Black Future 88 – SuperScarySnakes
Disco Elysium – Za/um
Neo Cab – Chance Agency
With such an extensive list of nominees, it will be difficult to know who will come out the winner. Which game would you vote for on this list? Let us know on Facebook, Twitter, or the Comments section below, and be sure to stick around as we announce our other award nominees for 2019 right up until December 22nd when we announce all of the winners.