On the heels of the latest release of Furi on Switch, developers The Game Bakers have announced that the brand new artbook that encompasses all of the game’so cel-shaded-samurai goodness.
You can have a look at screenshots of this artbook below.
The book portrays the greater than two decades of development that went into creating the game such as Takashi Okazaki’s cutscenes, ecological concept artwork, storyboards, ancient character sketches, as well as drawings which detail personalities’ battle moves.
The softcover publication is 144 pages in complete and features dust jacket for each one of the time it will always sit in your shelves. It’ll run you about $35 USD approximately $30.00.
Sketches from the book go into detail than the game ever does but because of the game’s tones, this artbook’s tell-all depth offers more than just some pretty graphics. Historical depictions of The Rider armor, as an instance, are depicted as physical restraints using detailing. His blaster is shown as being mounted on his arm and changing shape in its own “high-power” style.
Furi originally released back in July of 2016 and just recently released on the Nintendo Switch this season. It’s possible to check out our overview of this game on the newest platform here, or read up about the game’s DLC and manners here.