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EA's Ultimate Drizzt. In this version he's also a hip hop dj carrying two turntables into battle called Ice T and Fire T to create deadly songs bestowing ill status effects.

 

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On 03/06/2022 at 17:12, Broker said:

Wierd cyberpunk colour scheme for a fantasy game

 

Because that's what Thor did so, yeah. Copy copy EA.

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The neon font is a distinctly out of place choice, but the more generic purple-blue colour scheme has been a fantasy coding for 'mystical/evil/antihero' themes since forever; see, e.g., every D&D Drizzt novel cover:

 

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Yeah the the phantoms that can be friend or enemy in dark souls 3.

 

Its the combination of the colour and the neon glow effect that makes it look less fantasy.

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Yeah, totally agree on the neon font — not just the colour, but the clean shape of it is very... not fantasy.

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What is unexpectedly genius about this move is that they have nothing to show for many years in development, and so they have people talking about the font - and not the fact that this is surely lined up to be a disaster.

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