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41. Posted: Wed 23rd Sep 2009 19:33 BST
There are others. Croc: Legend of the Gobbos, Tekken 2, Tekken 3, Crash Bandicoot (PSX games), Spyro the Dragon (1-3), The Legend of Spyro: A New Beginning, and more... They are such good games with great visual quality, especially Croc 1!
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42. Posted: Wed 23rd Sep 2009 19:46 BST
I'd have to agree with those saying WindWaker. That game looks amazing and has a fantastic art direction throughout.I think that those graphics will never age either like most 3D games tend to do.Like a living breathing cartoon .WOW . As for 2D games The first Sonic game on the megadrive blew me away as a child.I'd never seen a game move so fast.For a recent game I'll go with GTA:CW on DS. Beautiful engine and really shown what the DS was capable of with some clever design choices.When I first played it I couldn't believe I was playing a full 3D GTA on a DS!!!! (shame the soundtrack let it down a bit )
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43. Posted: Wed 23rd Sep 2009 19:54 BST
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44. Posted: Wed 23rd Sep 2009 21:11 BST
All the Mario and Luigi games. I never thought sprites could be a work of artand Wario Land: Shake It! That anime style is brilliant
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45. Posted: Wed 23rd Sep 2009 21:29 BST
Crash and Spyro (PS1)- The graphics didn't make me speechless exactly, but these were some fine-looking games at the time.
Okami (PS2)- The art style was absolutely breathtaking back when I first got it, and they still are, which is really saying something.
Call of Duty 2 (360)- Back when the 360 just came out, and I saw this game running at the local Wal-Mart, my jaw dropped instantly. Never before had I seen a game that was so detailed and ran so smoothly. I almost completely forgot about the intense Microsoft hate I felt at the time.
EDIT: Braid (PC)- Simply beautiful game. Oftentimes I find myself stopping just to admire the scenery and the animations.
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46. Posted: Thu 24th Sep 2009 01:27 BST
i couldn't pick just one! These days i would say Gears Of War II, Fallout 3, and Call Of Duty 4. Back in the day i remember thinking that Star Fox (snes) was pretty hype. Any N64 game the first few months i had the system made me freak out. If i had to pick one though i would say the game that impressed me the most would be Doom 3.
47. Posted: Thu 24th Sep 2009 01:28 BST
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48. Posted: Thu 24th Sep 2009 01:55 BST
For older games it was probably Star Fox (it looks so primitive now, doesn't it?) and Killer Instinct in the arcade. More recently, Bioshock and Fallout 3 both fit the bill.
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49. Posted: Thu 24th Sep 2009 01:56 BST
50. Posted: Thu 24th Sep 2009 01:57 BST
First time I saw Super Mario 64 in action, I was completely blown away. I don't think a videogame has given me that same initial reaction since.
51. Posted: Thu 24th Sep 2009 02:29 BST
Twilight Princess. That is how all games should look.
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52. Posted: Thu 24th Sep 2009 03:57 BST
Hmmm. Probably the first game I remember being really wowed by was Wind Waker for Gamecube. I'm still blown away by that game's presentation. Super Mario Galaxy, Banjo Kazooie Nuts and Bolts, and Little Big Planet this generation really blew me away as well. The art direction combined with the graphics in those games--awe inspiring.
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53. Posted: Thu 24th Sep 2009 03:58 BST
Oh, and Pandemonium! for the PSX. It was just amazing to me how there was 2D gameplay in a 3D-structured game like that. And it was an early PSX title from '96.
54. Posted: Thu 24th Sep 2009 04:05 BST
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55. Posted: Thu 24th Sep 2009 04:17 BST
Kirby's Adventure, it had better graphics than some of the SNES games!
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56. Posted: Thu 24th Sep 2009 04:28 BST
Rapelay made me speechless.
Not exactly the good kind - kinda like how you're left speechless after witnessing a car crash, and promptly blow up.
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57. Posted: Thu 24th Sep 2009 05:29 BST
BIOSHOCK!!!I was definitely speechless the moment you come out of the water gasping for breath. The fire effects reflecting on the water blew me away. I wasn't even playing on an HDTV at the time.
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58. Posted: Thu 24th Sep 2009 05:42 BST
The first time I saw Super Mario World on the display they had in Wal-Mart. I thought the graphics were jaw dropping.
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59. Posted: Thu 24th Sep 2009 05:47 BST
Or I could say Kameo too. When I saw it on the LCD HDTV at Walmart, I knew then that I had to get an HDTV for my Xbox 360 and I had to get Kameo. Done and done.
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60. Posted: Thu 24th Sep 2009 05:56 BST
I remember I didn't really look at graphics much until a couple years after the Xbox 360 came out, which by that time it was a standard and still is in my opinion... I haven't seen any "extremely impressive" graphics yet in my life time quite yet, but is taking what is already now for granted wrong? If its already there than we can take it for granted in my opinion.
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