Many gamers prefer graphics when it comes to video games, even if it means they need to take up more space in their storage. However, the great graphics provide a satisfying experience for the players.
Besides pleasing to the eye, the excellent graphics emphasize the story making it more realistic. So, it is not strange that many gamers are willing to spend hours playing these games.
Furthermore, the games listed here are the ones that provide excellent-quality graphics and it has nothing to do with how good the game-play is and how much it provides for a competitive and adventurous spirit. But if you are one of those who wants to experience at least some amazing gaming graphics with a touch of realism, then we have got you!
1. Sleeping Dogs
Sleeping Dogs is a masterpiece by Square Enix and is already playing of the year in 2012. It is still considered one of the best open-world games with an excellent story. Character combat skills and game physics were very well balanced.
Although critics say that the game is largely based on the GTA series and lacks ambition. Players can experience better graphics than in GTA 5 if they play on high/ultra-settings. The game is available on PC, PlayStation and Xbox.
2. Watch Dogs 2
Ubisoft launched the Watch Dogs series as a direct competitor to GTA 5. Watch Dogs 2 is a great translation of a modern city, where players use hacking and digital manipulation. Anything from traffic lights to security cameras and drones can be hacked in Watch Dogs 2.
3. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is possibly one of the best PC games of all time. It’s been around since 2015, but still plays wonderfully. We’ve spent almost 150 hours immersed in this amazing RPG and love every minute.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is an extraordinary feat in game design, with a vast breath-taking world for you to get lost in. From killing monsters to laying down with Wench, The Witcher 3 has it all.
4. Kingdom Come: Deliverance
Kingdom Come: Deliverance is a fantastically challenging, often frustrating, always enjoyable open-world RPG set in the Holy Roman Empire. You play Henry, the son of a blacksmith who finds himself plunged into the chaos of war as his friends and family are killed when a mercenary raid descends on his peaceful village. Henry then embarks on an adventure to help the local people, fight off the bandits, and fight for the future of Bohemia.
Kingdom Come: Deliverance is a great RPG for those who love the idea of messing around in medieval times. But don’t expect to win every fight because you have to learn to fight first and earn enough money to have good weapons, armor and a good horse.
After all, you’re only a blacksmith, so being surrounded by knights in heavy armor often results in a painful and messy death. We absolutely love this game and all the challenges that come with it.
5. Company of Heroes
While the custodianship of Relic Entertainment’s Dawn of War franchise has had its ups and downs, their record when it comes to Company of Heroes is unmatched.
Wartime RTS re-enacts the language of the cover-shooter and re-deploys the mechanics of modern warfare in a way that makes it nearly unrecognisable among contemporary strategy games but extremely enjoyable regardless. Where other strategy games place an invisible wall between you and the soldiers, Company of Heroes pulls you in and closes that distance.
6. The Stanley Parable
The Stanley Parable wasn’t the first PC game to break the fourth wall, but it was probably one of the first to do so enthusiastically.
Closer to an interactive short film than a traditional video game, it skews the choice-driven storytelling that dominated the discourse of its time with absurd wit and an antagonistic narrator. Depending on who you ask, The Stanley Parable is either a game about nothing or a game about everything. Either way, it makes one hell of an effect.
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