That right there? That is some quality 1930s cartooning happening.
Announced at E3 this year was Cuphead, which promises cool action on hand drawn and hand inked visuals. The game looks like an homage to run-and-gun games like Megaman, and the art style is unique in its adherence to cartoons drawn in the 1930s.
The game is being developed by Studio MDHR, which is comprised of two brothers - Chad and Jared Moldenhauer. They are Canadian-born developers and have been working on Cuphead since about 2010. Every backdrop and character in the game was hand-drawn and inked, keeping in line with the aesthetic of the 1930s cartoons they are based off of.
The game focuses primarily on boss battles. As the story goes, Cuphead made a bet with the Devil and lost, and must defeat each of the bosses as repayment for the debt. Cuphead has infinite lives and retains weapons between lives. There are collectible weapons and super moves to be performed after parrying color-coded attacks
The game is currently slated for a release in 2016 on Xbox One and Steam.