Andy McVittie – The Art of Titanfall

titanfallAuthor: Andy McVittie
Reviewer: Lucy
Publisher: Titan Publishing
Genre: Art, Video Game

Rating: ★★★½☆ 

Summary: The Art of Titanfall will take readers on an in-depth, no-holds barred look at Respawn Entertainment’s hugely anticipated multiplayer shooter, featuring exclusive concept and development art, as well as detailed creator insights and commentary throughout, showcasing the all-out warfare between the agile pilots and lethal Titans of the Interstellar Manufacturing Corporation and the Frontier militia, as well as the war-torn science fiction battlefields found within the game.

Review: While a visually compelling book, the main audience for this video game art book will be fans of Titanfall. At 192 pages, the book is heavy on the glossy illustrations depicting the characters, weapons, locations and technology of the game but has less commentary for those unfamiliar with it.

That being said, the artwork is detailed and interesting. While the highly detailed locations are eye-catching, it was actually the vehicles and technology that caught my eye the most. Perhaps because this is a place where imagination can be wildly implemented, I found the characters also worth spending time on.

Altogether, a nice addition to a collection for Titanfall fans, if a little less a draw for art fans.


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