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  • And today we'll be counting down our picks for the top 10 best looking games of the eighth generation.

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  • Well, a coroner originally for this list or prioritizing games with photo realistic graphics that have noteworthy environmental and character detail.

  • And while we understand that there are way more than 10 beautiful games that were released throughout the generation, these are the ones that really stood out to us.

  • So let's jump in Number 10 Marvel Spiderman Mm.

  • Today, plenty of games have been set in New York City, but none have been as detailed and realistic as the version of Manhattan seen in Spiderman on PS four.

  • Though there was some controversy at launch about whether the game had seen a graphical downgrade, this turned out to not be the case.

  • It's a stunning game through and through Mm.

  • But the most impressive thing about Spider Man's visuals aren't the textures or animations.

  • It's the incredible speed at which New York is rendered a spiky swings through the streets.

  • You won't see any poppin or frame rate drops while traversing, and the snow effects in miles Morales are a sight to behold, too.

  • Never seen a storm this back.

  • Number nine.

  • Death stranding.

  • No, no, no, no, no!

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  • Park great Hideo Kojima as Magnum opus, at least until he releases his next game.

  • Death stranding is a technological achievement like no other.

  • Sam needs to traverse a desolate world on the brink of extinction.

  • But though you won't run across many NBCs, you'll spend plenty of time in the great outdoors.

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  • The gameplay itself is a little divisive, but there's no denying that it's one of the most photo realistic games ever made.

  • You can see every hair on Norman Reedus head in four K on PC.

  • After all, it's just a shame so many of the games environments are so similar to each other.

  • Number eight Final Fantasy seven remake.

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  • The sector in which you stand has been condemned as the first three D final fantasy.

  • The original final Fantasy seven was already pushing the boundaries of graphics way back when it first released on the PS one.

  • Ever since, the franchise has had a name for its incredible visuals, and the remake of Final Fantasy Seven is no exception.

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  • This is Medgar as you've never seen it before, vast and beautifully recreated from top to bottom.

  • But though some of the background textures fell flat, the game excelled more than any other with its outstanding character models.

  • Some of gaming's most beloved characters were given a new lease on life by Square Enix in 2020.

  • Yeah, mhm Number seven Seccuro Shadows Die twice mm yeah from Softwares.

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  • Gen Game was also, of course, their best.

  • Looking with a rendition of feudal Japan that's as beautiful as it is brutal In Socorro, photo realism combines with Hidetaka Miyazaki's legendary I for enemy design, creating a monumental number of unique bosses, many bosses and enemies for you to take down with your trusty Kitana girl.

  • Mhm on console.

  • The game looked pretty good, but it was the PC version that really shown with a locked frame rate of 60 FPs and even higher resolution textures.

  • In short, Seccuro doesn't just have some of the best gameplay in the industry, but also some of the best graphics.

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  • Number six.

  • Resident Evil two.

  • Oh wow.

  • Capcom spared no expense when they remade Resident Evil two back in 2019, using the R E engine that had first been shown off in the equally impressive resident Evil seven resident Evil two was a masterclass in lighting effects liens.

  • Flashlight proved invaluable as he scoured the RPG station, and in plenty of creepy corridors, it was the only source of light at all, further adding to the games.

  • Terrifying atmosphere.

  • What is that shit?

  • Yeah, on top of the shader is used.

  • The game also featured photo realistic damage modeling, meaning If you shoot an enemy in the head, expect to see skulls and brains all over the place.

  • Number five, horizon zero Dawn.

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  • Okay, Alloy doesn't just have one or two distinct bios to explore, but for all with a unique visual flair and their own mechanical wildlife, you begin in the force of the Nora homelands before traveling to harsh and snowy mountaintops, the orange canyons along the great Run river and finally, a dense jungle far to the south.

  • Yeah, that's without mentioning the games.

  • Many digital dungeons.

  • You'll never be short of an opportunity to take a great screenshot, especially not if you take the time to scale the tall next and see the world's visit us from above.

  • For a planet overrun by robots, Horizon zero Dawn never fails to be lifelike, right?

  • Mhm.

  • Hi, Number four.

  • Ghost of Tsushima.

  • Yeah, What better way to cap off the PlayStation for his life cycle than with a remarkable title such as this?

  • The World of Tsushima is teeming with life, rendering objects an incredible detail and creating a world designed not just for combat and exploration but for an expansive photo mode.

  • Ghost of Tsushima presents a breathtaking world that is both grim and beautiful, from its golden leave trees and steamy hot springs to its ominous atmosphere of smoke and storms, Costa Rica to you can even enjoy the scenic environments with a filter that replicates the look and feel of a film made by Akira Kurosawa, the director of many samurai films, including the legendary Seven Samurai all over.

  • Oh, number three, God of War, Father.

  • What did something change?

  • The forest feels different.

  • Borrowing heavily for movies, God of War played out in its entirety in one take, with all the actions and cut scenes happening fluidly from one moment to the next.

  • At a glance, the game is incredibly photo realistic.

  • This is credited as we've never seen him before, but the attention to detail runs deeper than that.

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  • You live in a tree, not in it below it.

  • From the elemental effects you'll see in combat to the designs of the game's most notable characters, God of War knocks it out of the park on every level, overflowing with the high quality Sony's first player games are known for sure.

  • Yeah, yeah, yeah, Number two.

  • The last of us, Part two.

  • So where are we?

  • Mhm.

  • Mhm, Though extremely polarizing gamers can at least agree on one thing.

  • When it comes to the last of us two, it looks incredible.

  • Naughty Dog has always been known for being a graphical powerhouse with uncharted four showing off with the PS four could do just a few years into its life cycle, with an additional four years of experience under their belt.

  • Naughty dog.

  • Released one of the most photo realistic games ever made right here.

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  • Yeah, right.

  • Eli's violent travels through an apocalyptic Seattle overrun with both zombies and plant life are astonishing to watch.

  • And the graphics ensured you won't be able to look away even when the game reaches its glorious points.

  • Mhm.

  • Yeah.

  • Before we unveil our topic, here are a few honorable mentions.

  • Forza Horizon four.

  • This gorgeous franchise continues to push Xbox hardware to its limits.

  • Yeah, yeah.

  • Batman.

  • Arkham Knight.

  • Because Gotham City never looked so good.

  • Yeah, you.

  • Mm.

  • The Witcher three Wild hunt.

  • A vibrant, open world with detailed environments and enemies.

  • Yeah.

  • School Assassin's Creed.

  • Valhalla.

  • A stunning rendition of ninth century England and Norway.

  • These lands bring our people hope I will do whatever it takes to make England are home Before we continue.

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  • number one Red Dead Redemption two.

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  • Mhm.

  • Rockstar spared no expense in making the natural wilderness of their blockbuster cowboy simulator.

  • The most beautiful world we've seen in gaming so far.

  • Every part of the five fictional states you visit is living and breathing from the sounds to the sites to the wildlife.

  • Plenty of ecosystems are contained within this fast game with Arthur Morgan traveling between the snowy mountains of AM Marino, the humid swamps of LeMoyne and the grasslands of New Hanover.

  • Truth is, there's never really any getting out and staying in.

  • It's hard, you know that.

  • But Bessie and I made it work.

  • Even the parts of the map that already existed in the first game were completely remade from the ground up.

  • No longer is new Austin Brown and washed out, but orange and picturesque.

  • No matter where you are in red, dead to the world will always look like a postcard.

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