The sources of ideas to create a video game logo are diverse. These should be closely related to the game to provide an idea of what to expect. To prove it, this time let’s analyze the logo of “Code: Realize”, where the protagonist is the main inspiration.
Designing a character requires investigating everything related to the theme of the video game and taking it into account to create characters that flow with the story and that provoke a feeling. The otomes are no exception, so this article presents an analysis of the characters of “Nighshade”, since they are shinobi affected by the Tenshō Iga war and that live the end of the Sengoku period.
In recent years, my obsession to acquire Art Books increased, so now I have a small collection of them. This made me observe how each book has a different utility. So, I want to talk about them to help the Art Books lovers as me to decide what to buy according to their needs.
The last part of the series of the design of the five main male characters of “Code: Realize – Guardian of Rebirth (コードリアライズ Code: Realize ~創世の姫君~)” is finally here! The energetic and carefree Impey Barbicane is the one who has the honor of completing this series.
Now is the turn of the enigmatic Count Saint Germain that not just hide many secrets in this Otome, but also there is much speculation about his real life.
The series of the design of the five principal male characters of “Code: Realize – Guardian of Rebirth is going to continue. This time is the turn of the handsome “Human Weapon” Abraham Van Helsing.
Victor Frankenstein belongs to the literary world as the main character in Mary Shelley’s 1818 novel “Frankenstein, or, The Modern Prometheus”.
“Code: Realize – Guardian of Rebirth” is an Otome inspired in the steampunk culture and the characters came from literary and historical figures.
Ōkami is a game inspired by the Japanese watercolor and wood carving art of the Ukiyo-e style.
Amnesia is a Japanese visual novel series developed by Idea Factory and classified as an Otome game. I’m going to centralize my article to the first one, entitled “Amnesia: Memories”.