oXYnary wrote: »
What do you mean beautiful? Like stylized bright colors? Are you looking for any limited 3d through time or just recent?
leilei wrote: »
daphz wrote: »
vagrant story is great, I really dig aesthetics of everything in that world.@two listen - I picked up that game recently, gonna get my fill on my upcoming cross country flight
Bravely Deftault: Flying Fairy has some sweet texture work, and hand painted backrounds. I hope it gets a US release soon...
PolyHertz wrote: »
I wouldn't consider many last gen games "uber low poly". Stuff like you see on DS, PS1, N64, etc. now that's low.
I still find the PS1 FFs impressive (well 8 and 9 at least), especially the summons:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JOA_IqBA8Lshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zczrQis5QCU
Andreas wrote: »
Hellz yeah QIII still looks great!!
JamesWild wrote: »
Isn't Outcast a voxel based game?
Snader wrote: »
Quake 2&3 both worked magic with ancient hardware
shotgun wrote: »
Yea the FF DS games seem to be on the front there. It's funny, indeed, to see Q3 and even Diablo 3 mentioned (shameless plug I presume... ) among all these
EDIT: uber-low-poly = ~DS res. WoW / Q3 / Q2 / etc. r way high-res in comparison
The style I was personally looking for wasn't anything in particular, just any one that efficiently uses minimal technology to produces a rich & immersive effect. I defined that as 'best looking' but I guess that's a subjective view