But just by simply following the trend line, it seemed clear to me that the next retro aesthetic to be embraced by indie video game creators would be early ’90s low-poly. The sort of grungy look from early Playstation games like Resident Evil or Battle Area Toshinden, too, not the cleaner, cartoon look of Super Mario 64. And it turns out I was right, but just about the wrong thing: it’s fashion, not video games, that are copping the 32-bit look.

New aesthetic fashion is playstation

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AuthorChris Hamby