The Witcher 3, Battlefield 1 and Fallout 4 are video games that take place in enormous 3D spaces. But letā€™s imagine, for a second, they (and loads of other big modern games) were actually quaint little 2D (or 2.5D) platformers instead.

Every screenshot you see here has been curated by the Pseudoscroller Parlour, a project where video game screenshot artists share ā€œattempts by screenshotters to transform fully rendered and explorable 3D game environments into dimensionally restricted but esthetically pleasing pockets of gaming bliss.ā€

If these were mobile or $10 Steam spin-offs I would play all of these.

You can see the whole group here, but thereā€™s a selection of some of the best of it here.

BATTLEFIELD 3, by Berduu

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ASSASSINā€™S CREED UNITY, by DE||2nd
STAR WARS BATTLEFRONT II, by Omegapepper
FALLOUT 4, by AndrewCull

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MIRRORā€™S EDGE CATALYST, by White Harpy
BATTLEFIELD 1, by Berduu
THE WITCHER 3, by Pheabus2K9

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NIER: AUTOMATA, by Noor..
DARK SOULS III, by ItsYFP
WATCH DOGS, by PulseZET