Star Wars: Battlefront is a very pretty video game, but while everyone else has been running around the beta sticking wangs on Luke Skywalker’s head, Berdu has been working hard to make it look even prettier.
Members of Microsoft's Xbox Dashboard Preview program are now enjoying the ability to tap a button twice or say "Xbox take a screenshot" and create a still image suitable for making your dashboard wallpaper—and not much else at the moment.
Much like myself, K-putt has spent the last year taking screenshots of video games. While mine are of Crusader Kings II menu screens, though, his are of a whole range of games, and they are absolutely gorgeous.
A serene view from Just Cause 3. Of course, Rico will likely take over the chopper in the next minute or so and drop it on the heads of several panicking soldiers. All in a day's work. The picture's part of a batch of 21 new screenshots recently sent out by Square Enix—you can find the other 20 below.
It's very easy to capture screenshots in The Sims 4. All you have to do is press "C." Capturing screenshots that actually look good is a totally different story. More than many other games, The Sims forces you to act like a photographer or filmmaker. Here are some ways to do that.
Shadow of Mordor gave its players some nifty new ways to capture and edit screenshots yesterday. Judging by the wealth of snazzy images that have popped up online since then, gamers seem to be having a lot of fun with it so far. Here are some of the best I've come across. Enjoy.
Video games often strive to appear "realistic" in one way or another, but the new indie horror game The Vanishing of Ethan Carter took things a step further verisimilitude-wise: creating many of its levels by pulling from real-world photographs.
A game that's been modded inside and out is sometimes indistinguishable from the game that was released, and Battlefield 4 is no different.
The Moon from Majora's Mask looks 100% crazier in Hyrule Warriors, just like all the characters that have been revealed so far.
I never could get all that excited about Rage (this was at least partly due to that terrible name), but I did appreciate how good it often looked. Especially those nice, oddly bulbous character models—not everyone liked them, but I did.
We've seen what you can do to crank up the settings on an older game like Crysis 3, but Wolfenstein: The New Order is also looking pretty great.
Sure, games are slowly moving toward 4k resolutions, but what if you skipped that and went straight to almost 8 times larger than highest resolutions consoles can run right now? The result is incredible.
We didn't get to see much of CCP's World of Darkness vampire MMO before it was officially canceled earlier this month. Now that early testers are no longer worried about breaking embargo, we're still not seeing much. Damn these are some dark screenshots.
Imagine driving down that road with nice, mellow country tunes drifting quietly from your speakers. Man.
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.
Joanne Harper is a screenshot artist, risking life and (her graphics card's) limb to bring you pictures of video games so pretty you'll want to stick them straight onto your desktop.
Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD, the inevitable remaster of one of the most popular Final Fantasy games and its direct sequel, is shaping up nicely! Square-Enix just released a large number of new screenshots, teasing smooth menus, trophies, summoning and a beautifully colorful Spira.
Rockstar just dropped another dozen shots of Grand Theft Auto V, offering more glimpses of the fast life in Los Santos and the pastoral tranquility of Blaine County. Vehicles are the theme of this latest batch, including an ATV, a corporate jet, a ferry, and a Marine helicopter.