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[FEAR Awards] The Best-Looking Horror Game Of 2013!

Last year saw the end of one generation of consoles and the beginning of the next, and that means we were given some of the most visually impressive games so far, thanks to the many years studios have now had to learn the ins and outs of developing for each console. Graphics certainly aren’t everything, but the following five games prove that they can take the experience to an entirely new level.


Greatest Gore | Best Arsenal | Best Visuals | Best Zombies | Most Original
Best DLC | Best Multiplayer | Best Indie | Best Slender Game | Scariest Game
Most Disappointing | Best New IP | Most Anticipated | Where Is It? | Horror Game of the Year

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  • Pav

    Definitely Metro: Last Light.

    • Adam Dodd

      The level of detail in that game astounds me. So impressive.


    I loved Metro: Last Light (and the amount of love I felt for Pavel should be enough alone for me to vote that game as winner) but I honestly chose The Last of Us. The intricacies of the landscapes and the sheer beauty of all the post-apocalyptic cities drove me to pick that game, not to mention how amazing Joel and Ellie looked, as well. The fact that I never saw a glitching texture or an unmapped area means Naughty Dog sank countless hours into making sure the scenery was seamless and never felt like a “map”. It was quite possibly the most beautiful game I’ve played since Shadow of the Colossus.

  • EvilDead-Deuce

    Metro was so good my comp had to run it on low

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