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When I think of 2015's best looking games I think back to the games that held up the best technologically, but those that also had a presence so striking that I can't help but remember them. The way the light peered through the trees as the wind raged in The Witcher 3 was one of them. The dark, Victorian London-esque environments of Bloodborne have still stayed with me. And the presentation of Battlefront ... it's superb.

Fallout 4 is beautiful for other reasons. That was, of course, until Dead End Thrills got their hands on the game. Now it's just straight out beautiful.


The latest batch of HD PC shots up at Dead End Thrills focus on Crystal Dynamics' Tomb Raider reboot, and are looking mighty fine.


Gallery: It's a bird! It's a plane! It's Sonic the Hedgehog and his friends, racing through super high-res backdrops! These beautiful screenshots come to us from Duncan Harris at Dead End Thrills, who's been using a debug build of Sonic & Allstars Racing Transformed provided by developer Sumo Interactive to grab some beautiful high-res images.


Yesterday, I spent an inordinate amount of time messing around with the nifty new photo mode in Infamous: Second Son. It's surprisingly rare that we get that kind of opportunity to slow way down and really appreciate how beautiful video games can be.


If the best video-game screenshot artist around wants to spend a bunch of weeks cataloguing Dark Souls, that's just fine with me. Dead End Thrills is still at it, and has posted some more beautiful shots from the game over at his site. Some real doozies up this week.


DayZ isn't really a conventionally beautiful game, but it does have an austere quality that I find appealing. That quality is on full display in the latest shots from Duncan Harris at Dead End Thrills, who has been running the game in offline mode to capture the cleanest images.


It's hard to believe DmC came out this year… last January feels like a hundred years ago. Ninja Theory's game boasted their usual striking visual style, as demonstrated in these new shots from Dead End Thrills.