Best graphics on NES
What game do you think has the best graphics for the NES? Make sure to post screen shots.
for me. It looks fantastic. I don't have any screenshots on hand but then I hope you all know what it looks like anyway. If not, play it now!!!
Sweet Home (for battles and cinemas).
For overall graphics, though, I'd go with Kirby.
But props to Shatterhand
for its . The main character's walk cycle was very smooth and extremely complex, and as he came down from a jump, his hair and jacket lifted up.
I'm too lazy to post shots, but Gargoyle's Quest 2
has my favourite graphics easy.
Those other mentions are also all very nice though.
Still screen shots will not do it justice. You need to see it "in motion" to truly appreciate its multiple layer scrolling and fluid animation.
An honorable mention goes to the first game that Sunsoft put out just after the 1989 film. It was the first 8-bit game I had seen that used realistic textures and color for the backgrounds. It perfectly complimented the dark nature of the movie.
And although I hate the game, has perhaps the best animation of any NES game ever.
Although, i think Draculas Curse, looked pretty good, same with Contra
I'd say Zen The Intergalactic Ninja. I don't have any screenshots...
Sorry, I gotta change my vote. I was playing through Super C
again, and I got to the elevator boss.
Just looka' that! The fluid movement was insanely good, too. I don't have a screenshot of the walker boss, but I'll try to get it.
My vote goes to Kirby!
For cinematic screens, I stay with Ninja Ryukenden...
Ops, Ninja Gaiden
Aah, Famicom Parodius also!!!
I also go with Kirby.
There's probably no other game with so many colors.
Its gotta be Kirby because of all the colors!!
What about Bucky O' Hare? Some nice graphics there.
The game with the best music and sounds must be Joe & Mac, but the gameplay really sux, It's WAY to short!
My vote goes for Kirby too.
seemed to push the NES w/ a high res/color palette and something very rare on the system parallax schrolling' , Kirby is Awesomely colorful though, but Sunsoft seemed to have a real grasp on the technology at the time w/titles such as Blaster Master
, and Gremlins 2
I also vote for Batman
: Batman: Return of the Joker
, and agree that Sunsoft definitely knew what they were doing. I also think that the Camerica/Codemasters games had great graphics as well, just think Ultimate Stuntman, Fantastic Adventures of Dizzy, etc.
SMB 3 had the best Tanks on a Nes game.
and wood(Perv )im talking Tree bark. and stuff like its so Detailed