10 Amazing Minimalist Video Game Posters

Being a visual medium, video games are ripe for artistic interpretation. These posters bring a new bare bones, yet beautiful take on 10 iconic video games. Marvel at their majesty!

For optimum perusal pleasure click an image to open up the posters in the viewer:

So which of these is your favourite poster, and game? Leave a comment below!

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  1. teachezwell says:

    I was a Halo fanatic back int he day (when I had the flu and couldn’t teach), so I’d pick Halo, I guess. I do like the Portal poster, though.

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    1. Luke Kent says:

      I love a bit of Halo, I really like the Zelda poster though, such incredible colours!

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  2. jaklumen says:

    What, no Planescape: Torment? Yes, I’m INCREDIBLY dating myself (although I could do WORSE with an Ultima reference), and hinting at my middle age. My vote is for Skyrim: Elder Scrolls V. I will bet dollars to donuts if I show these to my daughter, she’ll have difficulty picking just one.

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    1. Luke Kent says:

      Haha, no Planescape unfortunately 😦 …I have a similar problem with my nephews, anything pre 2008 apparently doesn’t exist to them!

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      1. jaklumen says:

        Don’t give up on them too quick. My daughter was born in ’02, but she has been quick to catch older references, thanks to us exposing her to them. She already thinks Michael Bay’s treatment of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is lamentable, but that’s because she’s read her mother’s graphic novel of Eastman & Lairds first handful of issues, and has played the Playmates-associated arcade video games with me. (I started up an emulator with arcade controllers just so she’d stop feeding tokens to the failing TMNT 2: Turtles in Time cab at our local Chuck E. Cheese.)

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  3. These are fab, I’ve seen a few for films but never for games! It’s got to be the Sonic one for me, I love the simplicity and the nostalgic fuzzy feeling it gives me 🙂

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    1. Luke Kent says:

      Thank you, glad you like! I loooove Sonic, the poster brings back lots of memories of me and my brother playing on the Sega Mega Drive, good times 🙂

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      1. Haha yes exactly! I remember trekking to Hamleys in London and persuading my Mum to buy me and my sister a Mega Drive for Christmas, it was the best present.

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      2. Luke Kent says:

        Haha, best Christmas present ever!

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