It's Not A New Okami, But At Least You Can Hang It On Your Wall

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Okami might have gotten a new HD paint job back in 2012, but it was already one of the most visually stunning video games out there. Capcom, the game's publisher, has made a series of prints with Dutch art dealership Cook & Becker to commemorate its enduring visual splendor and general amazingness.

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It's not quite as awesome as a new Okami game for the PlayStation 4. But hey, at least these are a lot easier to ogle from your desk:

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Illustration for article titled Its Not A New emOkami/em, But At Least You Can Hang It On Your Wall
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The prints range in price from $75 to $150. Check out the full set here.

To contact the author of this post, write to yannick.lejacq@kotaku.com or find him on Twitter at @YannickLeJacq.

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For some unknown reason Okami always put me to sleep. Tried to play it about 3 times in PS2, got really sleepy after a couple of hours. I don't even know why, maybe it's the fuzzy art style that just doesn't suit me.

Might try again if there's a 3DS remake though.