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Evolution of Graphics in Video Games- 1991-2011

GR - "Graphics have come a long way since the early days of gaming. Here we take a trip down memory lane to see how graphics have evolved over the past 20 years." (3DS, GameCube, Nintendo DS, PC, PS Vita, PS2, PS3, PSP, Wii, Xbox, Xbox 360)

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user9422077  +   1186d ago
It's come a long way.
NukaCola  +   1186d ago
Allow me to present Oddworld. A game that came out in 1997 and is still to this day one of the most impressive game I have ever seen visually, among other things. This was on PS One and I still to this day, can't find a game that can compete with it to me. I am excited too because Lorne Lanning is remaking this game, still in 2.5D, but in full HD remade with a brand new engine.
http://imageshack.us/f/196/...
http://ui03.gamefaqs.com/14...
http://www.romulation.net/f...

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piroh  +   1186d ago
PS One got plenty of ground-breaking revolutionary graphic games
anyone remember Gran Turismo 1,2? or Metal Gear Solid, Final Fantasy 7, Tekken 3, Spyro 2,3, Driver, AceCombat 3, Silent Hill...
...gold ages
pcz  +   1186d ago
allow me to present...
boredom.

nice graphics yes, but boring game
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Ranshak  +   1186d ago
Shogun 2 and witcher 2 are the best looking games of 2011 so far.

However from a timeline of 1991 - 2011 the best looking games go like this:

Quake 2 1997
Unreal 1998
Quake 3 1999
Doom 3 2004
Farcy 2004
Half life 2 2004
Crysis 2007
Metro 2033 2010
Shogun 2 2011
Witcher 2 2011

Each of these games has represented the epitome of graphics in their respective times.
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sobekflakmonkey  +   1186d ago
@Ranshak

How could you leave out Half-Life the original?
that game was ground breaking when it came out, which begs the question, how come Half-Life 1 & 2 weren't on that list, dont get me wrong the list was interesting but missing quite a bit..
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vulcanproject  +   1186d ago
Doom 3 is a good pick for 2004, but Far Cry has had more impact visually on games from a technical perspective. Not least of all because after a patch it was one of the first games with proper dev supported HDR and AA.

This also has to count more for me because without said game, Crytek may not have been around to make Crysis how they did which has been and arguably still is the benchmark.
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Ranshak  +   1186d ago
@sobek

Half life 2 is on the list. The reason why Half life 1 isnt on the list is because it was using the quake 2 engine, hence while it was a good looking game it didnt really jump the level of graphics.

Half life 2 on the other hand was the end all be all of graphics when it was released since it released with a completely new engine.
HolyOrangeCows  +   1186d ago
You're obviously thinking art direction...

Sheeeeesh; all that advancement in 20 years. I used to say "It CAN'T get better than this" but then it did, many times. I can only imagine the next 20.
DrVosknocker  +   1186d ago
Far Cry takes the Cake for 2004
and Donkey Kong Country 1994
Zydake  +   1186d ago
IDK but I believe they need to stick GoW 3 in there
MaxXAttaxX  +   1186d ago
@Ranshak
As a PC fan, I assume you must push PC games in our faces.

Unfortunately, having a PC doesn't automatically give you better graphics.

So I believe there should be a BIG asterisk(*) next to those games saying:
*With up to date hardware.
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mikeslemonade  +   1185d ago
Back then I thought Star Fox looked like shit. 3D just didn't look good at all to me back then. And putting LA noire ahead of MGS4, Uncharted 2, and Heavy Rain is just funny. LA Noire looks a tad bit better than GTA4 a 2007 game.
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BluePumpkin7  +   1185d ago
do you work for that game's company or something?
darthv72  +   1185d ago
what has always impressed me...
is the artistic creativity and technical abilities of the developers to go beyond the hardware limitations. Take for example the older systems like the Genesis (my personal fav) and SNES etc... Each one built around a set of hardware that (for its time) had limits.

You look at the games released when the systems released and then compare them with the games released at or near its end and you can see there had been many interesting techniques to improve the outcome over that period of time. Its the same hardware from beginning to end, its just that people got smarter with working the limitations into almost limitless potential.

I do think that new hardware and the learning curve associated tends to give the impression that devs can be lazy at first. Letting the hardware do the work instead of applying artistic creativity like you generally see later on. But then again, that comes in time and experience with the hardware.

Have we seen the 360 maxed out or possibly the ps3? Not likely so long as there are developers willing to take a risk on a new technique to get the hardware to reflect something that we didnt think possible.
JLeVRT  +   1186d ago
Imagine what they will be like in about 30 years O_O
Zydake  +   1186d ago
That's what I'm scared of.

http://www.youtube.com/watc...

and then I said oh sh!t I hope Kinect isn't the future.
ATiElite  +   1186d ago
trip down memory lane
Wow that was a cool flash back as I played 99% of those games. Sonic still is a gorgeous game even after all these years especially on an emulator with AA applied.

Boy do i remember upgrading to run Doom 3 day 1 then a year later for Battlefield 2 as that game was just brilliant then a complete PC upgrade for the almighty Crysis which took over a year and a half to finally be able to say "I can Max Crysis out".

those were some very very good times for Graphics and GPU technology advances. Then Metro 2033 comes out and crushes my PC to gravel but I'm back with a vengeance and ready for Battlefield 3 day 1 and Arma 3 as the evolution of graphics continues....yeh!
awi5951  +   1185d ago
Yeah i made a upgrade about that time also. Half life 2 epic fail launch, unreal 2004 was awesome, doom 3 didnt have a flash light on the gun that pissed people off, and the first call of duty was launching soon lol.
Kleptic  +   1185d ago
the first call of duty came out in 2003...before Doom 3 or half life 2...CoD launched along side Max Payne 2 late that year...
the_best_player  +   1185d ago
I play Half Life 2 Online it's great epic fun :D

http://www.youtube.com/watc...
Eyeco  +   1186d ago
I thought God of War 3 was the best looking game of 2010 the game looked like a movie, the Cronos fight, to call that cinematic would be an undrstatment
Tony P  +   1186d ago
I don't think anything has surpassed Crysis as an overall leap in gaming graphics.

Also, looking at Noire's facial animations, I feel almost regretful that Heavy Rain's aren't as good. A completely narrative focused title like HR could have really benefited from those emotive expressions.
lil Titan  +   1186d ago
how are two people gonna disagree with "It's come a long way."? i swear some people on n4g are retards
50Terabytespersec  +   1186d ago
Where is Sega in all this except for Sonic???
Sega was key in the development of 3d tech can you say?Virtua Fighter and Soul Calibur Dreamcast!
All in all GOD OF WAR3 says it all!!! DAMN!!!!!!
So does GT 5 Prologue 1080p and perhaps Uncharted 2 the Himalaya stage made my Jaw drop!
I hope Sega comes back on top someday!!
ATiElite  +   1185d ago
i don't think this article was really trying to point out the "exact innovators" of graphics but to just show random changes in graphics over time.

I say that cause they completely left out Neo Geo, the Atari era, Shenmue from the Dreamcast, the original Half Life and other games that significantly changed graphics forever.

but to be technical Star Fox SNES (February 1993) came out before Virtual Fighter Arcade (November 1993) with the first console version Virtual Fighter Saturn releasing in 1995.

Atari had an arcade game called I,Robot released back in 1983 that is considered the first 3D polygon game.

One of the earlier Home PC 3D Polygon games was Star Cruiser back in 1988.
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frostypants  +   1185d ago
The author didn't know what he was trying to focus on. He shifts back and forth between console graphics (e.g. Starfox) to PC (e.g. Mechwarrior 2). PCs back then were many years ahead of consoles...the PC could have cranked out a game like Starfox in the 1980s. The problem was that PCs were stupidly expensive in those days.

Granted, today the difference between consoles and PCs is a lot more negligible than it was back then. Still, given that this is an article on history, he should probably separate consoles and PCs, at least up through the mid 2000s.
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MicrocutsX2  +   1186d ago
Starfox on SNES back in the day looked awesome...then came Starfox 64 and that game blew my mind.
frostypants  +   1185d ago
The main reason Starfox was so great was it was the first console game to feature polygonal graphics. They actually had to put a special chip in the cartridge to pull it off. But you can mark Starfox as the point at which the divide between consoles and PCs first began to shrink.
Kleptic  +   1185d ago
at the time of Starfox on the SNES, and Virtua Racing on the Genesis (which was Sega's marketing match)...they were the first games to use polygonal rendering almost entirely...PC's were capable of it, but gaming in general simply wasn't that popular yet...

Even Doom and Doom II on PC...which were easily considered the 'best' looking games at the time...were not true 3D, didn't use polygons, and were released after both of these console games...it wasn't until Quake hit in 1996 iirc that polygonal PC gaming started to become standard...and it wasn't until the PS1 showed up (which screamed at polygonal rendering when compared to the Saturn) that consoles started to regularly use the tech...
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crystalnova2004  +   1186d ago
That escalated quickly
CaptainMarvelQ8  +   1186d ago
yeah,especially nearing 2000
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halocursed  +   1186d ago
I'd replace MGS 4 with GTA 4, I think the open world environment and the characters in-game were animated better.
MaximusPrime  +   1186d ago
hmmm.

seems MGS4 got better graphic.

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ZBlacktt  +   1186d ago
I just faceplam'd.
f789790  +   1186d ago
Troll guys
DatNJDom81  +   1186d ago
Look at his name then u know why he's saying dumb stuff like that.
nskrishna2  +   1185d ago
LOL!

Not..-__-
likerussia  +   1186d ago
I still think the character models in MGS4 look more realistic than the latest video games on the market. All the other games truly excel in backgrounds over character models.
Kleptic  +   1185d ago
I just recently played MGS4 again in parts...and I totally agree...his suit and the weapons simply look unmatched...the suit is so similar to Crysis 2's nano-suit, yet still looks significantly more detailed...I couldn't believe how clear the serial numbers and stuff are on snake's gadgets too...
Rashid Sayed  +   1186d ago
Cant believe they left out Gears of War 2?
mandf  +   1186d ago
It's not that they intentionally left it out. Killzone 2 came out before it and geow2 didn't surpass it. Then came uncharted 2 which made geow2 obsolete in the discussion of graphic discussion on consoles.
Rashid Sayed  +   1186d ago
Gears of War 2: 2008
Kz: 2009

:D
mandf  +   1186d ago
My bad lost track of time. Geow2 looks good but it didn't surpass Uncharted. Geow3 wasn't leaps and bounds better than Geow1 or Resident Evil5 at the time of release.

By the way I didn't disagree with you.I'm a few hundred games past plyting Geow2 and lost track of time.
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ps3bestever  +   1186d ago
METAL GEAR SOLID 4 released in 2008 dude
XabiDaChosenOne  +   1186d ago
Uncharted 1 looks better than gears of war 1 and 2
stealth500k  +   1186d ago
graphics go up

story and gameplay and diversity and originality go down
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e-p-ayeaH  +   1186d ago
In most cases that´s true and the same goes to movies and music.
MaximusPrime  +   1186d ago
not true for PS3's case
stealth500k  +   1186d ago
thats where its almost most true.
BakedGoods  +   1186d ago
lol @ stealth500k
Guess you haven't played any PS3 games.
zootang  +   1185d ago
Imagine never playing MGS4 or Uncharted or God of War 3 or Heavy Rain or Gran Turismo 5? Yikes!
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kindi_boy  +   1186d ago
So true, Heavy Rain story for example. It was filled with holes.
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LightofDarkness  +   1186d ago
Uhh this is rather poorly researched. Some of these examples are kind of random. Moreover, COD4 didn't use idTech 4. It uses IW engine, which had it's roots in the Quake 3 engine. Polygonal game engines didn't really get any notice until Quake, which featured texture mapping and THAT'S the game that got everybody on-board for 3D engines.
SuperK  +   1186d ago
Just makes you wonder what it might be like 20 years from now
Chuk5  +   1186d ago
I'm surprised they left gears 1 out.
LightofDarkness  +   1186d ago
I know it was really the first game this gen to tout the sort of graphics we've come to expect. It raised the bar considerably upon it's release, despite being bested within a few months. UE3 was one of the landmarks this guy seems to have missed.
teedogg80  +   1186d ago
Yeah, Gears 1 was the first graphically impressive game this gen. I remember how awesome it was playing it for the first time.
tdrules  +   1186d ago
"Crysis was, and still remains a step above most games in terms of graphics. It set a new standard to which many other games aspire to visually."

indeed, although it doesn't have LA Noire facial animation, to my knowledge
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CynicalVision  +   1186d ago
God only knows what games will look like in another 20 years time.
techrave  +   1186d ago
I believe some engineers at Microsoft and Sony working on the next generation consoles might be aware how the next generation is going to shape up.
teedogg80  +   1186d ago
I often think of that myself. It will be phenomenal and I hope that I will live to see it.
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e-p-ayeaH  +   1186d ago
A lazy made article.
aGameDeveloper  +   1186d ago
For example:

"Oblivion’s use of the GameBryo engine may look dated today, but its immersive environments look like they haven’t aged a day."

So, which is it - dated or ageless?
admiralthrawn87  +   1186d ago
horribly horribly dated
Big_Dom  +   1185d ago
Agreed. The article only touches on the aesthetic side of things, which for the most part is sloppy work. It neglects technical advances in how games are designed and built. GTA's RAGE engine, for example. Easily one of the most impressive engines ever to come out of the industry, and without it, amazing titles like Red Dead Redemption would never have been possible looking the way it does.
HeavenlySnipes  +   1186d ago
I don't understand
why Heavy Rain and LA Noire are ahead of Uncharted 2, Crysis. And why God of War 3 isn't there
CobraKai  +   1186d ago
I don't understand the exclusion of God of War 3, but it's not what looks better, it's the year.
Siesser  +   1186d ago
They're in chronological order - it's not a ranking system...
kindi_boy  +   1186d ago
It's not it has LA Noire over The Witcher 2.
Orionsangel  +   1186d ago
WOW! No mention of HALF-LIFE 2??? That was the next big leap after Doom 3.
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Eamon  +   1185d ago
Agreed, HL2 till this date remains as one of the prettiest games ever.
Orionsangel  +   1185d ago
Yep and it took graphics in a new direction, but this dumb ignorant list didn't include it.
admiralthrawn87  +   1186d ago
God of War3 and Gears of War should've been on there somewhere. Shenmue was unfortunately looked over. and for 2011...The Witcher 2 seems much better looking than L.A. Noire
CoD511  +   1186d ago
No FarCry?
admiralthrawn87  +   1186d ago
guys not every awesome looking game could make it on a list like this ok? 1 a year
CobraKai  +   1186d ago
The games were too inconsistent. Almost random and lacking games that were the first of it's kind. Where was Virtua Racing? Prolly the first game to really show what polygons were capable of.
LightofDarkness  +   1186d ago
IMO, It should've gone like this:

'91: Sonic (blast processing was a big deal)
'92: Wolfenstein 3D/Virtua Racing
'93: Doom/Starfox
'94: Daytona USA
'95: Tekken(? No big advances really)
'96: Quake (obviously)
'97: Quake 2
'98: Unreal/Half-Life
'99: Quake III/UT '99
'00: Thief 2 (lighting)/Total War(amount of stuff on screen)
'01: Halo (vast levels, physics)/FFX(cinematic presentation)
'02: Jet-Set Radio Future/Windwaker (Cel-shading), Morrowind (scale), UT2003 (UE 2.0, Vertex shading)
'03: Max Payne 2 (havok physics)
'04: Doom 3 (lighting, normal mapping) Half-Life 2 (physics oriented gameplay)
'05: F.E.A.R (particles, soft shadows), Shadows of the Colossus (scale, art-design)
'06: Oblivion(scale, facial animation), Gears(UE3.0)
'07: Crysis (duh :P), Uncharted
'08: Hard to say, no major advancement as far as graphics are concerned
'09: Killzone 2/Uncharted 2 (post-processing)
'10: Bad Company 2/Metro 2033 (DX11)
'11: L.A. Noire (advanced facial animation)

My reasoning is that the games should've been chosen for being a landmark in the progression of graphics in games. That is why The Witcher 2 isn't on my list, as while it's the best looking game this year so far, it's not doing anything groundbreaking in the looks department, despite the fact that it shows the PC clearly pulling away from consoles graphically.
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CobraKai  +   1186d ago
Nice including the cel-shaded games. I remember that actually being overused for a while.
Voxelman  +   1186d ago
Far Cry 2 slots into 08 nicely with it's scale and fire tech
zackacloud  +   1186d ago
Looool

Heavy rain then la noir looooool
ZBlacktt  +   1186d ago
1991? I have my Intellivision system still from 1982. Still got my NES from 1986.... just saying. We've come a very long way, lol.
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GoldPS3  +   1186d ago
I was born in the 80's so I basically played just about every major console to come out. Back in the day people played games for fun even if a game was bad it was still fun but now people complain about every little thing they see. Most of the 2000's born kids haven't played anything til they start playing some of the older games.
BlmThug  +   1186d ago
Far Cry 2 Should Be There
JohnnyAkiba  +   1186d ago
People still forget Shenmue in 1999.
CaulkSlap  +   1186d ago
They didn't exactly pick the best looking game of each era. Should have compiled the top 5 from different genres of each year.
christoph203  +   1186d ago
Heavy rain in my opinion is the best graphical game in terms of pure detail in the eye's, faces environments. La noire has better facial anaimation but the graphics and level od detail are way behind heavy rains
FredEffinChopin  +   1186d ago
I can't say for certain since I haven't played L.A. Noire yet, but based on video I've seen I'd have to agree with you. Not that I think Heavy Rain is the best looking game ever, but compared to LAN it seems to look better overall with the exception of (specifically) facial animation. The faces don't seem to have the level of detail Heavy Rain does though.
gumgum99  +   1186d ago
An interesting look at graphics in gaming from Sonic til present. Sonic Generations does a lot of interesting things from a graphical perspective as well, with real time global illumination and lighting to give those old levels some new life.

Gaming has come a long way visually. You no longer have to use imagination to imagine what certain things represent in a game. Let's hope the surreal environments continue in platformers, and don;t get swept away by too much realism.

Oh, and what about Ratchet and Clank? Its environments on PS3 are almost like a living Pixar movie. ^_^
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Rahim92  +   1186d ago
Where is God of War 3 ?
Zydake  +   1185d ago
I wrote that and look at my disagrees LOL
Convas  +   1186d ago
God of War3 SHOULD have beat out Heavy Rain for 2010. I mean, come on. Did you SEE that game?!
yamzilla  +   1186d ago
with gaming finally arriving at The Witcher 2, the best looking game ever made on the surface of the planet!!

Followed closely by;

Metro2033 DX11-pc
Crysis 1 w/realism mods-PC
Crysis 2-pc
Arma 2-pc
x3 terran-pc
Stalker CoP dx11-pc
(we are still nowhere near a console game yet....)
Stalker Clear Sky dx10.1-pc
Dirt 2 DX11-pc
Alien Vs. Predator DX11-pc
BFBC2 DX11-pc
Battleforge DX11-pc
(still no god of war 3, killzone 3, uncharted 3)
Total War Shogun 2 DX11-pc
Anno 1404 dx10-pc
Far Cry 2 DX10-pc
Shattered Horizon DX10-pc
World in Conflic DX10-pc
Cryostasis DX10-pc
Gears of war-pc
assasians creed 1,2,brotherhood-pc

this will go on for every major AAA multiplat released for the last 3 years until finally, maybe......

....now maybe
god of war 3-ps3
castlevania LoS-multi
uncharted 2-ps3
killzone 2-ps3
killzone 3-ps3 (yeas it looks way worse than 2, has a crappier form of anti aliasing.

and seriously.....la noire looks like ASS, it looks like the sims 2 with better lipsync

that game looks like dick, why is it on there

Metal Gear 4 looks like poo, fun game, graphics are ass, why is it next to crysis

The list i have up there is the definitive list of all best looking games available...
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TVippy  +   1186d ago
Agree with your list, but why Witcher, LOL? You're playing it right now, that's why.
BeastlyRig  +   1186d ago
Why not?

- http://www.youtube.com/watc...
- http://www.youtube.com/watc...

is it not the best looking rpg ever created?
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kindi_boy  +   1186d ago
@BeastlyRig
because it's not on a console so it shouldn't count. lol... sorry this is N4G dude... People think kinda differently here.
TVippy  +   1185d ago
Yes, best looking RPG maybe, but not "game".
gillri  +   1185d ago
@yamzilla

oh dear bias much?

PC only gamers cant take the fact alot of console games looks better on far less advanced hardware

I had Metro 2003 on my PC and God Of War 3 looked better last year, hence why it won most of the best graphics awards

Shenmue came out in 1999, and looked better than any PC game I had at the time, same with Halo (closest was medal of honour AA?), Gears Of War,
Uncharted 2 was the best looking game of 2009

Yes PC by and large are at the cutting edge of technology but consoles in recent time have shown how good there games can look

Uncharted 2 is the closest gaming has come to a PIXAR film, such is the quality of the animation and production values

tech doesnt determine either of tse
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death2smoochie  +   1185d ago
If you think GOD3 looked better than Metro 2033 on the PC then I need to buy you new glasses.

"Uncharted 2 is the closest gaming has come to a PIXAR film, such is the quality of the animation and production values"

Obviously you missed the BF3 12 min PRE ALPHA TRAILER.
It puts Uncharted 2/3 to shame...and it uses all real time effects,lighting, with almost full procedural environmental destruction on top of that also. How many console games can say this and LOOK like BF3...which is still in Alpha...
None.

http://www.youtube.com/watc...

Btw. Crysis 1 and Crysis Warhead came out before Uncharted 2 and those games STILL looked better.
Miles better.
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yamzilla  +   1185d ago
@gillri

ummmm no....not really at all, i own
god of war 3 and titan quest looks better than it...

god of war 3 is about on par with say something like the witcher 1, hellgate london looks better than god of war 3,

god of war 3 also suffers from sub hd(i call anything below 1080p sub-hd), crappy fixed camera and static backrounds, its a beautiful game, for sure but some parts like;

http://web2.wegame.com/view... (clayfighter anyone)

http://web2.wegame.com/view... (that looks about as good as the "hd" remake of god of war 2)

You know when god of war 3 will look really, really awesome, when i play it in 1600p on my 30" monitor on an emulator in 3 years along with all your other ps3 exclusives, just like i am doing now with ps2 games and have been for 2 years....

look like poop
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TVippy  +   1186d ago
The author is pretty ignorant, as always.
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