Happy August, NPCs!
So it’s been a cool minute since we laid down some cool beans like this. In intelligible language that means it’s been some time since we had a celebratory post for a milestone. I didn’t want to seem arrogant, I guess.
By the by, if you haven’t already, you really should get your own randomly generated Mage-name from our Magifying machine.
Anyway, it’s somewhat tedious to post a load of artwork every time we get 1,000 views. Besides, I don’t exactly want our blog homepage to be crowded with thumbnails for posts about artwork. This is a review blog at heart, gol’ darnit! And that’s why we’ll only be doing this for every 5,000 views henceforth and forthwith.
For anyone who’s curious, here’s a little transparency on our current state of affairs:
There’s a bit of helpful tips for new bloggers which can be found here, if that’d be useful to anyone reading this. Write! Write! Write! Two ingredients for being a blogger are a butt and a chair. Put them together and write. Or lie on the floor and write. That’s comfy too.
On with the artwork… horrific artwork. Fans of horror unite because today we’re sharing some of the worst of the worst: the most terrible video game cover art in existence! Admittedly, some of these aren’t so bad. Some of them may in fact be badly awesome. But only by degrees, just like getting hit by a truck is only less bad by degrees as having all your skin removed.
Thanks for reading and supporting us as we continue to try shoving our footprint onto the internet!
-The Well-Red Mage
And the most notorious bad video game cover art of all time…
Any that we missed? Please don’t share with us in the comments below!
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