• Vince P.Vince P., over 4 years ago

    Amazing that virtually every logo is logotype, and never just a symbol.

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    • Nick B., over 4 years ago

      It makes sense given that the most prominent places many of these will be seen are a title screen when the game is loading, and on a cover graphic that is either on a physical box or a virtual box/poster in an online store.

      More often than not the logo HAS to tell you what the name of the game is or it has failed in one of its primary roles, in the same way a movie poster more often than not has to tell you the name of the movie.

      I'm sure many of these would have icon-only secondary logos for use as desktop/UI icons in the same way that sporting teams will have secondary logos that don't feature the team's name or city.

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  • Aaron Wears Many HatsAaron Wears Many Hats, over 4 years ago

    Wish that this page had a search feature to it, otherwise it's a really good little collection!

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  • Jason MJason M, over 4 years ago

    Really love just how much the majority of game logos capture the essence of the game itself. They're so fun

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