Best (PC) Graphics ever ??? whats your chose??? your top 3
31 May 08
Mine would be: 1. Bioshock (Next gen, as of 2008 though. :D) 2. No One Lives Forever (I really like the environment on both games. Kind of a different way of being interactive. They're quite old though.) 3. Half Life 2
9 Feb 09
oooh.... Why post such a hard question :) Well... the orange box is amazing, team fortress being the most visually pleasing game. But, here is my top 3. 1. Crysis- Simply amazing gameplay and graphics; but requires a mid-high end pc to play on even medium-high settings. 2. Call of duty 4 3. Orange Box (Team Fortress 2 FTW!!)
1 Jun 08
When the question is about Graphics definitely "Crysis" is my first choice. "Crysis" a unique product brought to us by "Crytek" based upon "CryEngine2". Their efforts before releasing "Crysis" was "Farcry" with "CryEngine". "Crysis" has the features like Ambient Occlusion Mapping, Normal and Parallax Occlusion Mapping, Eye Adaptation & High Dynamic Range (HDR) Lighting, Light Beams & Shafts, High Quality 3D Ocean Technology, Depth of Field and Facial Animation many more... All of these things made the game almost real. Now, the second 1 is "FarCry 2" a "UBI Soft" product. The "Dunia" engine does the trick here. Don't know whether it's been released. But with screen shots and videos reveal the graphics it contains. Last one is "Bishock". "2K Games" has really created an environment which confines the player under water.
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31 May 08
Now, I haven't kept up with all the games released lately, but here's my top 3 for graphical prowess (and why): 1. The Orange Box Come on, every game by Valve looks gorgeous! Every edition of Half-Life keeps improving the visuals, too. 2. Halo 3 I love the graphics in this game, and it could easily consume half my life until Halo 4 comes out. (I wish.) It looks better than any other Xbox 360 game, and it looks better than almost any other game on the face of our planet, yet it doesn't even have a lot of loading screens. Halo 2 for PC is almost as awesome. 3. The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion The characters look somewhat aged compared to the characters in other games, but the environment is open and fairly realistic. The lack of good character appearance is forgivable, because you get to customize your own character down to his or her jaw size. I love the way this game looks, but it has to be at the bottom of my list, because it has terrible loading times, and there are a lot of visual problems, including the visibility of disappearing and reappearing foliage.