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The Best Video Game Art Book

Video game art books aren't just a pretty face. While a collection of concept and promotional art is a nice treat for hardcore fans, the best ones go beyond the superficial and also tell the story of how a game was made.

Maybe not the nitty-gritty of its entire development, from bugs to sound design, but from a fan's perspective they cover the most important stuff, like how the worlds they want to visit were imagined, and how the characters they love were designed.

There are plenty of good ones out there, from Ballistic's (sadly) short-lived series on Sony's games to Udon's range, but if you want the best, there's only one book to get.

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