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'God of War' art director reimagines 'Super Smash Bros.' characters in hyper-realistic form

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‘God of War’ art director reimagines ‘Super Smash Bros.’ characters in hyper-realistic form

These ultra-realistic Super Smash Bros. illustrations by Raf Grassetti will have you saying, “Wow! Incredible!”

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is already one of the best-selling Nintendo Switch title of all time, with over 12 million copies sold in under 4 weeks. So popular, in fact, that even God of War art director Raf Grassetti has declared his love for the game with his #SmashBrosRemastered series — unnervingly good, hyper-realistic renditions of Smash Bros. fighters. Here are some of our favorites:

Samus Aran

Link

Fox McCloud

Bowser

Donkey Kong

Diddy Kong

King K. Rool

Ridley

Yoshi

Pikachu

King Dedede

Dark Samus

Princess Peach

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Ganondorf

Wario

Luigi

Waluigi

Battletoads

The whole gang so far

Which Super Smash Bros. Reimagined illustration is your favorite? Be sure to check out more of Raf’s work at his official website.

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