Red Art Games: Publisher Under a Microscope & Mystery Unboxing
If anybody notices that the Evoland II cover looks a _little_ worse for wear, a note from Red Art Games explained that this one had been played in the office, but they sent it because they were running low on new stock, which is _completely_ understandable. I ended up cutting out a ~10 minute rambly explanation about it from the video for brevity.
Disclaimer: Box was sent in exchange for a review #reviewunit
0:00 Who is Red Art Games?
1:30 Unpacking the Games
2:27 First Impressions: Arietta of Spirits SE
3:44 Unpacking the Vinyl
5:16 PS4 Game Unboxing & Inspection
8:45 Switch Game Unboxing & Inspection
10:45 Arietta of Spirits Special Edition Inspection
17:06 Vinyl Impressions – Evoland II
19:36 Evoland OST
19:49 Mooseman OST
20:10 Vinyl OST Impressions
21:50 Overall Impressions of Red Art Games
In this video, we’re going to take a look at Red Art Games, a publisher under a microscope & mystery unboxing!
Red Art Games is a small, indie publisher that has been growing rapidly in recent months. In this video, we’re going to take a look at their games and unbox a mystery game!
If you’re interested in indie publishers, game development, or mystery boxes, this is the video for you! We’ll discuss Red Art Games in depth and explore the art, gameplay, and mystery box that was unboxed in this video!
I was reached out to by Red Art Games to see if we could work together on an ad campaign. I wasn’t very familiar with the company, so I wanted to make sure they were legit, and gauge the quality of their work first. So they sent a box of releases they’re proud of and representative of their physical releases. So today, I’m getting to know Red Art Games, a small publisher based out of France!
TL;DW: All-in-all, I feel confident in the quality of the releases from Red Art Games after getting hands-on with them! Their special edition releases are especially nice though. The quality of the pressed vinyl OSTs is solid, though the mastering of Evoland's OST would have benefit from fading out at the end. Print quality on the posters, box art, Vinyl covers and cardboard boxes are solid!If anybody notices that the Evoland II cover looks a little worse for wear, a note from Red Art Games explained that this one had been played in the office, but they sent it because they were running low on new stock, which is completely understandable. I ended up cutting out a ~10 minute rambly explanation about it from the video for brevity.
Wow, these look really great! So happy to see Light Fairytale getting a physical, especially
Your set is so dope!
sadly this arietta game was pretty disappointing in my opinion. It looks good but it's rather boring gameplay wise.
I like Red Art Games. I bought Mayhem Brawler from them, and loved it!
Thanks for sharing Derek. I’m going to check them out.
I’d love to get a relayer physical.