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See how video game graphics have developed over the years

A variety of computer graphic techniques are used to display video game content. The techniques have developed over time due to hardware advances. Comparing the graphics of the past and those of today brings a shocking contrast. Have a look at the following:



This is a series of World War II video games. It was originally developed by Muse Software. The games follow the protagonist William “B.J” Blazkowicz who fights against the Nazi powers.

Call Of Duty
This is a first-person and third-person shooter video game. The Call of Duty series began on the personal computers then later to the handhelds and consoles.


It original focus was on World War II but it has changed to modern warfare.

Star Wars


In the original star wars had a view from above your character only, but now it looks more realistic. The games are based on Star Wars movie series.

Super Mario


The game was originally released in Japan for the family computer in 1985. In the game, the player controls Marion as he travels through the Mushroom Kingdom to rescue princes Toadstool.

The Sims Party
If you compare the original game and its current version, you can see how far game graphics technology has developed. The 2013 version looks like a real party!




The old version looks blurred and you can’t even tell what those little things are. Zelda is action adventure game series. It was created by Japanese designers Takashi Tezuka, Eiji Aonuma and Shigeru Miyamoto.

Grand Theft Auto


This is an open world action adventure game. It was developed by DMA Design and was released in 1997 for DOS and Microsoft Windows. In the game, the player takes the role of a criminal who roams freely around a big city.

Mortal Kombat
In the current version, the player can easily see their gory kills in high definition.

Need For Speed
Need For Speed has become finer compared to the original version.


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