If you've seen the latest round of games, you'll know what I mean when I say that we've clearly entered a new era in PC visuals. The latest games use larger textures, better lighting, much more detailed geometry, and (finally!) decent anti-aliasing to make everything look better. They're clearly a generation beyond anything we've seen before.
The question is: which one of them is the champ? Which game offers the best, most mind-blowing visuals of them all? Cast your vote below and let us know.
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