Twinfinite writes "Despite their age, several old PC games can still give your graphics card a run for its money, and more importantly, stand shoulder to shoulder with many current gen console titles."
The Crysis series looks great even to this day.
Alot of people fail to realize that graphics these days look good because the world interactivity has been turned off for consoles. Crysis 1 still has a more interactive world than most games out today, same for Far Cry 2. I could write an essay on how this goes but I will let this video speak for me. https://www.youtube.com/wat...
It's amazing how good Crysis 1 still looks, it just turned 10 years old but still looks like it came out fairly recently.
Crysis was an extremely demanding game for the time. I remember my overclocked 8800GTX was relegated to 30fps.
I tried to play it on a laptop with an 8400gs M chip. RIP.
Every game on this list fits except BioShock. The game looked great for its time, but it absolutely cannot "compete" with current gen graphics. The aesthetic/art style holds up for sure, but not the graphics themselves.
To save you the clicks: The Witcher 2: Assassin of Kings Crysis 3 Metro Last Light BioShock Tomb Raider
battlefield 3 and 4 and hitman absolution and assassins 4 .this gen we didnt see that much big graphics leap .even if uncharted 2 3 killzone 2 and 3 god of war 3 lastof us ...release for pc with some improvements they can easily compete with new games graphically
Crysis was a generation ahead of other games back in 2007 Its still a rival for modern shooters in graphics department
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