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THE EVOLUTION OF STEAMPUNK IN GAMING PART 1

A great number of video games have entered the steampunk genre over the years. This was always going to be the case when you factor in just how many successfully screenwriters and authors have adapted the style to their respective genres. As more games come along, showing off steampunk’s unique aesthetic, it’s all the more […]

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THE GREATEST STEAMPUNK MOVIES – PART 2

Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows (2011) Sherlock Holmes and his sidekick Dr Watson team up to defeat their most skilful of foes, Professor Moriarty. Holmes is looking into terrorist attacks that occurred in London but he’s doing so alone as Watson is due to marry fiancee Mary in Kist a few short days later. […]

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THE GREATEST STEAMPUNK MOVIES – PART 1

Here, we’ll take a look at the greatest steampunk movies that feature outstanding actions scenes, locations, and visuals, and are just purely entertaining, astoundingly clever, and can be enjoyed by the whole family. Each movie on the list embraces Victorian, dieselpunk, and steampunk design, humour, creativity, gadgets, steam engineering, and parallel worlds. A Trip to […]

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DEFINING STEAMPUNK ART

What was once restricted to literature is now its own culture and style. Steampunk was built around ideas of what history might have been but it’s now a genre of art and fashion. The kind of inventive and fantastical imagery we read in stories from such authors as K.W. Jeter, Tim Powers, Jules Verne, and […]