In January 2007, Windows Vista hit the market. With it came Direct X 10, the latest and most advanced stuff for programmers to create games for the PC. It took until June when the very first DX10 game showed up: Lost Planet. Currently, the best-looking title is Crysis and the latest game supporting Direct X 10 is Assassin's Creed.
Windows Vista Magazine built a chronicle showing all available DX10-Games with some information and loads of screenshots. In total: 160 Hi-Res-Screenshots, some of them are showing direct comparisons between the DX9 and DX10 versions of the games. And some are just huge: 2.560 x 1.600 pixels. Titles included: Bioshock, Hellgate: London, FSX: Acceleration, World in Conflict and more.