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Cuphead gets re-imagined by the God of War art director

Including the Devil and King Dice, who all get the star treatment from Raf Grassetti of Sony Santa Monica.

Raf Grassetti is an art designer at Sony Santa Monica's studio, meaning he's helped bring the acclaimed God of War PS4-exclusive title to life, and Grassetti has been at it again, except this time he's shared complete re-imaginations of popular video game characters, including the similarly iconic Cuphead.

He started a week ago with King Dice - who is the secondary antagonist of the game and also the right-hand man of the Devil - and the Devil happens to be the second character he made his own version of, with heroes Cuphead and Mugman rounding things off. The latter can be found below, and the former two (which you definitely should check out) can be viewed by clicking the link above.

It's safe to say that Studio MDHR is known for its artistic talent with Cuphead, reproducing the style of 1930s cartoons, but even they'd be proud with what Grassetti has done with their characters, preserving their personality while giving them something extra.

In fact, Cuphead has proven popular enough to get a Netflix show, meaning we can see even more of this visual style on the streaming service, as well as in Tesla cars, where the game is also being ported.

What you you think of these interpretations?

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