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The Art Of Battlefield 1 (Inglés) Tapa dura – 25 oct 2016

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As the Great War wages, heretofore inconceivable engines of destruction shake the ground and pierce the sky. Cavalries charge across the smoky landscape, legions of riders and beasts locked in a fierce new form of combat. This is the war to end wars. This is Battlefield.
Dark Horse Books is proud to present The Art of Battlefield, collecting hundreds of pieces of art chronicling the production of EA DICE's latest entry in the iconic first-person action series. Visit the scenes of the history-shaping conflicts of World War I and examine the gear of some the 20th century's most intimidating soldiers. This is a volume that will thrill gamers in a stylish package that collectors will adore.
This official Art Book for EA DICE's Battlefield contains:

An intimate look into EA DICE's new Battlefield opus!
The Battlefield franchise travels back in time to World War I!
Featuring Hundreds of never-before-seen art!"

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DICE was founded in May 1992 in Växjö, Sweden by Ulf Mandorff, Olof Gustafsson, Fredrik Liliegren, Andreas Axelsson and Markus Nyström, members of the former demogroup The Silents. For an extended period of time, while the employees were also students at Växjö University, the company's office consisted of a small dorm room. During those days the company developed popular pinball games for the Amiga computers, such as Pinball Dreams (1992), Pinball Fantasies (1992) and Pinball Illusions (1995). The company moved to Gothenburg in 1994 where it was headquartered until 2005, when that office was merged with the ex-Refraction Games office in Stockholm.

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2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas It is indeed "Art" of BF1, but not the way I expected 19 de noviembre de 2016
Por Luyuan Peng - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I have read other art books of video game include many designs of characters, weapons, items, locations, and lots of pictures of the environment of the game and concept art. I expect this art book to be the same. However, this art book have so little amount of the designs and way too many pictures of the environment and concept arts, which is not what I expected.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A must own for any Battlefield fan 11 de noviembre de 2016
Por Heath Stevens - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Love this and love Battlefield. I'm a Battlefield junkie, so I had to get this so I could get the Battlefield 1 Dark Horse in game dog tag.
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1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas ... I think the artbook contains a lot of quite nice pieces of art such as breathtaking sceneries and vistas 16 de noviembre de 2016
Por EzyPzyJapaneze - Publicado en Amazon.com
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While I think the artbook contains a lot of quite nice pieces of art such as breathtaking sceneries and vistas, most of which are just lazy paintovers,mind you,but there is some cool character art too. I just can't help but wonder how could they went this obscene route of featuring so many out of place characters in the artbook itself, mainly in the promotional materials in the last chapter and some of the character sketches of various factions in the game. I understand that the developers who made this game are from the most progressive country in Europe, called Sweden, or at least Iam guessing they are, so it's somewhat excusable. But even then, I can't help but think that they went completely overboard with this.

What's more worrying is that the game and the artbook should be about the great war and depicting the horrors of the conflict or at least I think that is what it's supposed to be about. If not that, then at least the artbook should showcase the somewhat interesting campaign of the video game and it's well made war stories, but no, you won't find anything like that in this artbook. Granted it's only taking inspiration from the horrible events that happened almost a century ago but still it's massively disrespectful to those people who actually fought and died for their countries and for better life of their children. Even more so there is not even a section dedicated to the incredibly interesting weaponry or vehicles of the era, whether it be prototype weapons and vehicles or regular contemporary weaponry and vehicles. There is just no cohesion to the Battlefield 1 video game whatsoever.The whole artbook just feels shallow and out of character. I dare to say this is probably the worst artbook I've browsed through in terms of quality and depth of the content.

I can't help but feel disappointed in the whole artbook, I expected something different. The price tag of this artbook is ridiculously overestimated, the book just isn't worth 50 dollars at all.

I didn't want to do this, because I love artbooks, but this particular book is just not worth the asking price. The contents of this book are highly controversial and most of the art pieces are not all that interesting too. Get it if there is a massive discount. I wouldn't recommend getting this artbook even if you're a fan of the game. There's simply not much interesting content in it to expand the game experience for you.