16-bit retro-styled visuals have been popular for a long time now, do you ever foresee a future in which the low polygon 3D models of the 32-bit era would receive the same attention? My gut has always said no. Games looked terrible back then and we simply didn't realise it at the time. But these awesome looking low poly renders of Game of Thrones characters has me totally questioning my logic.
Because, seriously. I would play a video game with art like that. It's simple, it's beautiful, it's iconic. It hardly resembles those early 32-bit games, but it does somehow pay homage to that style. I think it's possible there is a generation of gamers who feel nostalgic about that age of games and I certainly think there's room for games being built in that style.