Think of the saddest moment in your life. The memory that’ll make you cry a little inside. Somewhat close to how this raccoon felt when it dissolved its candyfloss in water.
Yeah, that gives you all sorts of feels, doesn’t it? Wait till you’ve played Rise of the Tomb Raider on the lowest graphic setting on your system. That’ll teach you the true meaning of despair.
Honestly, why would you subject yourself to such torture? Games are meant to be played in their element, with the most awestrucking visuals available. With all the awesome shadows and anti-aliasing that add so much depth to the gaming experience.
You want to see every single detail, from the grime on Lara’s face, to the symphony of explosions as you detonate a trap in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.
For that matter, it’s not just Rise of the Tomb Raider that should be treated with such the respect and dignity it’s due. If you own or are playing any of these PC games, it’s time to level up with an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 graphics card.
Rise of the Tomb Raider
If there’s one game that truly pushes the boundaries of gaming visual, it’s Rise of the Tomb Raider. Lara Croft’s latest adventure is without doubt full of danger and peril. All of which are represented by the amazing environments that are showcased in the game.
Amidst the ruins of the lost city of Kitezh, even the rubble is given the most detailed treatment to its presentation. Not to mention every sweat, cut and Lara’s fine hair that seemingly stays in that beautifully bunched ponytail.
Anything less than an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 graphics won’t do this game justice.