D+PAD Magazine writes:
Graphical fidelity is on the rise. One look at Naughty Dog’s sublime Uncharted 2 and it’s clear that photorealism – which has been the aspiration of games developers for more than a decade – is an inevitable part of the medium’s future. It makes perfect sense too, given the praise afforded such titles by the gaming press and community alike. Responsive AI, flowing hair and motion-captured animations are nothing short of demanded given the strength of today’s hardware, with adventures such as Nathan Drake’s latest proving that ambitions of a life-like experience are indeed justified, even possible given enough time and money.