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User avatar #2 - voltkills (12/28/2013) [+] (5 replies)
youll remember the adventure alot better if you can see it properly though.
#3 - shishiko **User deleted account** (12/28/2013) [+] (6 replies)
Yeah, guys, remember when I walked through a desert and jumped sometimes?

Graphics had NOTHING TO DO WITH IT, AMIRIGHT?
User avatar #7 - PenguinsOfMars (12/29/2013) [+] (10 replies)
but when you go back to play you're like fuck this game has such shitty graphics and menus i don't even want to play it
#8 to #7 - yologdog (12/29/2013) [-]
I have never once done that to any Zelda game.
#33 - neznanc **User deleted account** (12/29/2013) [-]
ahh, good times
User avatar #50 - stealthnull (12/29/2013) [+] (23 replies)
Lucky for me....the graphics and adventure for Wind waker both hold up quite nicely! i say this because i just recently started playing it over again.
#5 - lmaobutts (12/29/2013) [+] (8 replies)
I beg to differ. Graphics have a lot to do with a games atmosphere and immersion factors. The visual and audible aspects of a game appeal to ones senses more than you might give a game credit for. Tons of games are remembered for their graphics as well, IE: Crysis, Battlefield,  Skyrim, etc... People who say graphics have nothing to do with a game clearly have never played a game at its full graphical potential. Sure the storyline and the gameplay is the main holding point of a game, but graphics are just as important as those other factors.    
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I beg to differ. Graphics have a lot to do with a games atmosphere and immersion factors. The visual and audible aspects of a game appeal to ones senses more than you might give a game credit for. Tons of games are remembered for their graphics as well, IE: Crysis, Battlefield, Skyrim, etc... People who say graphics have nothing to do with a game clearly have never played a game at its full graphical potential. Sure the storyline and the gameplay is the main holding point of a game, but graphics are just as important as those other factors.
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#88 - thewisedane (12/30/2013) [-]
*Hrm-hrrrm*.
#71 - cyphertwentyone **User deleted account** (12/29/2013) [+] (1 reply)
I would say differently. Sometimes a games visuals really add to the atmosphere. Thief: The Dark Project came out in 1998, and it still scares the shit out of me (I first played it in 2011!) when I enter a darkened room, thanks in large part to how the game renders shadows.
#16 - makutasfinest (12/29/2013) [+] (1 reply)
It was never about if it looked -realistic- enough or if it seemed cool ; was always about conveying a story that was worth getting yourself involved with, or leaving you with some pretty awesome memories, or even just giving your imagination a small spark.   
   
It was always about ' did I have fun in the end?  '
It was never about if it looked -realistic- enough or if it seemed cool ; was always about conveying a story that was worth getting yourself involved with, or leaving you with some pretty awesome memories, or even just giving your imagination a small spark.

It was always about ' did I have fun in the end? '
#38 to #16 - domny (12/29/2013) [-]
I like the ammount of bionicle gifs you post.
#90 - capncrunchcapn (01/09/2014) [-]
[GAMER INTENSIFIES]
User avatar #83 - hyeroshi (12/29/2013) [-]
Graphics are just more of a bonus for me when I play games. I play a lot of Monster Hunter and when I show it to people they're usually like "God, this game has such terrible graphics." and I tell them "Are you going to just sit there and stare at the pretty little flowers on the ground or get moving and hunt a giant flying lizard?"

On an unrelated note, as much as I love the new 3D Super Mario games, I still prefer the older version of the Mario games.
User avatar #75 - swimmingprodigy (12/29/2013) [-]
This is true, which is why Crash Bash, Baldur's Gate, and GTA San Andreas will remain my favorite games ever
#48 - underthetable (12/29/2013) [-]
the end of that game with that fight scene made me feel so awesome when i first beat it. my emotions were like OMG YES I AM DOING THIS. This is the only game that has ever sucked me in personally and made me feel like a hero. I salute you zelda. This was the most amazing part of anything.
User avatar #40 - xtwinblade (12/29/2013) [+] (6 replies)
everybody thinks the old games were always so amazing, but mostly all that comes from nostalgia.

If you were to compare goldeneye to Call of duty as if they both came out the same year, you probably would say Cod was better because of a more modern engine, better graphics, runs smoother, more radiant AI and isnt as limited as Goldeneye in certain areas(due to it being an old game)

I love the classics, but it seems like everybody thinks they were the best games ever, no matter what just because you have a strong bond with that game.
User avatar #39 - zzforrest (12/29/2013) [-]
What is an adventure, however?
An adventure, is the reason you go. It's the sights you see, the sounds you hear, the walks you take, and the stories you find.
A game's aesthetic has everything to do with a game, but so does the sound, gameplay, and plot, all equally. Focusing on one element is telling about a walk, focusing on all is telling about an adventure.
User avatar #32 - gadgetzan ONLINE (12/29/2013) [+] (2 replies)
I just played Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons yesterday. It may very well be the most beautiful game I've played, both story and graphic-wise. While the visuals aren't that technically impressive, the art direction and feel of the game, not to forget the music, really nails a full score for me, breathtaking.
User avatar #31 - Jackimole (12/29/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Also the graphics won't be too much different 13 years from now, certainly much less of a difference than 13 years ago. Graphics are plateauing, you can only make something look so realistic.

You'll also remember the aesthetic much more than you will the graphics, even if a game doesn't have Crysis' engine, it can still look good, ie Team Fortress 2 looks good, but isn't hyper realistic.

Extra Credits: Graphics vs. Aesthetics

Video on graphics vs aesthetics.
User avatar #23 - Nightinear **User deleted account** (12/29/2013) [+] (1 reply)
*pause* Iron boots on *unpause*
*pause* Iron boots off *unpause*

That's where OoT 3D made things right
That's the only version I'll play of that game
#17 - anonymous (12/29/2013) [-]
When I played Donkey Kong Country for the Snes for the first time I SHAT MY PANTS for the graphics.
Whoever picks an aspect of games, be it gameplay, graphics, sound, story, and says it doesn't matter is a dumb shit. Just like OP here.
User avatar #1 - astraea (12/28/2013) [-]
OMG SKYRIM IS SHIT GRAPHICS OMG MODS
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