Best Graphics (Technical) on PC
Game graphics continue to improve drastically every year. As the most immediately noticeable element in any game, graphics remain and will always be extremely important to your gaming experience. Besides the artists who design the actual look of each game, programmers are charged with the highly competitive responsibility of creating increasingly impressive 3D graphics engines to bring their games to life. Here is the winner of Best Graphics (Technical) on PC:
Publisher: Atari Games
Developer: Digital Extremes
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When Unreal Tournament was first released in 1999, it was a surprise hit, since it competed directly with Quake III: Arena, which was a game from the highly respected studio id Software. Its engine has gone on to power some of the best action games in the past few years. Unreal Tournament 2003 features the latest edition of Epic's impressive next-generation Unreal technology, which allows for high-quality texture detail, impressive special effects, and remarkable architecture in the game's expansive outdoor levels. Unreal Tournament 2003 is also the first such game to use rag-doll physics for its characters--characters who get fragged in the game's arenas fall to the ground using a realistic rag-doll skeletal animation model that causes them to bend, twist, and even tumble down stairs and hills.