GammaSquad’s 50 Best-Looking Games Of All Time (#5 – 1)

06.10.14 2 years ago 73 Comments
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Sony

And finally we reach the end of our celebration of the best visuals in gaming history. Maybe we missed a few you think we should have included, but hopefully we also made the case for a few games you may have never considered.

Once again, here are the two criteria games on this list had to meet…

a) They need to have been technically impressive at the time they were released, and…

b) They have to have held up aesthetically (or at least have the potential to hold up aesthetically).

Okay, now onto the final five entries in our 50 Best-Looking Games of All Time

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Before we go on, a quick recap!

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2K Games

Part 1

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50) EarthBound

49) Phantasy Star IV

48) Super Mario Galaxy

47) Castlevania III: Dracula’s Curse

46) Final Fantasy IX

45) The Walking Dead

44) Borderlands

43) Silent Hill 3

42) Resident Evil 2

41) Chrono Cross

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Nintendo

Part 2

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40) DmC: Devil May Cry

39) Metal Gear Solid 3

38) Zone of the Enders

37) BioShock Infinite

36) Secret of Mana

35) Halo

34) Ratchet & Clank

33) Monkey Island 2: LeChuck’s Revenge

32) Earthworm Jim

31) Metroid Prime

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Factor-5/Studio Ghibli

Part 3

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30) Final Fantasy X

29) God of War II

28) Super Metroid

27) NiGHTS

26) Darksiders

25) Ni no Kuni

24) Super Mario Kart

23) BioShock

22) Grim Fandango

21) Star Fox

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Sony

Part 4

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20) Conker’s Bad Fur Day

19) The Last of Us

18) Crash Bandicoot

17) Samurai Shodown

16) Punch-Out!!

15) Super Mario Bros. 3

14) Street Fighter II

13) Super Mario 64

12) Battletoads

11) Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time

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Nintendo

Part 5

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10) The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker

9) Mickey’s Castle of Illusion

8) Doom

7) Donkey Kong

6) Super Mario Bros.

…and now, the final five.

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