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Top 10 Best Looking Games of All Time

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Crysis 3 remains on our list after all these years. This game really showcases what CryEngine 3 is capable of and is visually outstanding in almost every single aspect, especially with small details. It’s a shame that the game itself is no good.

The only graphical letdown is the anti-aliasing: even though the game comes with four types of AA (including up to 8x MSAA), there is extremely visible aliasing no matter which setting you use. 4x TXAA achieves the least amount of aliasing, but both this and 8x MSAA have more aliasing than Metro: Last Light with only post-AA. But as the images below demonstrate, downsampling is a very valid solution… if you can run it. But even then, far from perfect.

 

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