Where Halo, Star Wars & Warhammer Meet

Where Halo, Star Wars & Warhammer Meet

Kai Lim is part of Imaginary Friends, a concept studio in Singapore which has worked with DC Comics, Sony, Nike, EA, Valve, Square Enix, Ubisoft, Capcom...OK, look, everyone.

One of the studio's three founders is Kai Lim, who is the man to thank for the eyeball candy you're about to see.

You can see more of his work at his DeviantArt page.

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Where Halo, Star Wars & Warhammer Meet
Where Halo, Star Wars & Warhammer Meet
Where Halo, Star Wars & Warhammer Meet
Where Halo, Star Wars & Warhammer Meet
Where Halo, Star Wars & Warhammer Meet
Where Halo, Star Wars & Warhammer Meet
Where Halo, Star Wars & Warhammer Meet
Where Halo, Star Wars & Warhammer Meet
Where Halo, Star Wars & Warhammer Meet
Where Halo, Star Wars & Warhammer Meet
Where Halo, Star Wars & Warhammer Meet

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    Kill that Jar Jar Binks!

      "I'm not letting my children watch Star Wars until they are old enough..... to hate Jar Jar Binks" - lol

    Love that RDAF one. Royal Decepticon Air Force? Nice.

    And the Star Wars one, anything with Jar Jar getting his face elbowed in is good.

    Dat Jar Jar bitch slap, the art I've been waiting for my entire life.

    I always thought Warhammer had such potential for good games and anime....but it just never delivers

      apart from dawn of war series i would agree and as for anime they would need good writers because everything i have seen has been poxarama

        Yes both dawn of war games were good, but that last space marine movie was aweful.

        Last edited 22/10/13 12:05 pm

          they really skimpped on the animation budget for that movie but its writer dan abnett is a great writer his gaunts ghost series is great. and you would think games workshop could afford to make a great animated movie on par with the Old republics MMO cinematic trailers

      Space marine game was fun. Not deep or interesting, but fun.

      Games Workshop has been a bit nicer in the last year or two with licensing it's IP. In the past it used hold an iron grip over everything. Luke warm efforts such as Warhammer online, failures such as Firewarrior don't do much to help.

      Hopefully Eternal Crusade is a winner, the iOS game Quest is apparently really good and they are doing more digital releases of their books.
      I hope we see a change in GW in the future. There is so much wealth of lore in fantasy and even more in 40k. I'd say 40K lore could even rival starwars or star trek in scope. So much to choose from.

        i want to give spacehulk a try spacemarine was fun for a while but i got bored of it quickly

        Yeah space marine and kill squad were a good distraction, very good in fact.

        i read collect warhammer books but i dont play table top so allways looked to fill that with video games....im keeping a close eye on eternal crusade but im wary of mmo's as there needs to be balance.....10 orks to take down a space marine, just trying to picture how that will work into something playable / enjoyable for both sides.

        I think a deathwatch kill team doing imposible story missions in co-op would be my ideal game...not just a horde mode but proper objectives even if they a suicidal :D

    I can't help but thinking that an RPG set in the 40k universe would be unbelievably good.

    Imagine having an Eisenhorn style RPG where you start as an inquisitorial acolyte unraveling mysteries and heresies, eventually taking the mantle of inquisitor yourself and being able to requisition everything from Imperial guard regiments to Exterminatus.

    If done right it could probably be one of the most compelling and enjoyable Sci-Fi games ever done.

    Warhammer 40k has hands down got the most fleshed out and interesting lore from any sci-fi ever imo, they just need to expand the market properly.

    Last edited 22/10/13 5:27 pm

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