For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. I always found SMT: Nocturne te be quite nice and clean looking. God of War 2Resident Evil 4OkamiJak 3Metal Gear Solid 3 Kingdom Hearts 2Final Fantasy XIIShadow of the ColossusViewtiful Joe 2Ratchet and Clank : Up Your Arsenal. God damn I love this console <3. It holds up well in emulation: The Ape Escape games looked pretty good and ran at a consistent frame rate. *Open to the US, Puerto Rico, and Canada (excluding Quebec). Also impressive is how Soul Calibur III looks so much flashier, Demon's Souls PS5 Early Review Impressions. I mean, any game could be the best looking on its platform if the devs are content with. (END GAME SPOILERS). Do not attempt to sell anything in this subreddit. No Reposts, useless polls or other garbage posts. JavaScript is disabled. r/ps2: This subreddit is dedicated to the best selling video game console in history, Sony's Playstation 2 We are all about the games, discussions … The unofficial hub for discussion of the WWE2K series and any other pro wrestling game out there! PS2 was considered the best gaming console of its time and it still gains a foot into the market. From the most gorgeous looking, technically advanced, and best directed games on PlayStation 2, the IGNPS2 editors select the cr¿me of the crop. Updated: 23 … silentnightmere. other than the Resident Evil games what else did it have that was as graphically intense? - Readibility of the graphics (good enough framerate, draw distance choices made by the team etc. [QUOTE="silentnightmere"][QUOTE="Kaszilla"]Xbox and gamecube blow it away. Ugh, i remember i really hated it. The PS2 may of had more "better looking games" than the Gamecube but the best Gamecube ones are better than on the PS2. It runs at a rock-solid 60fps, too. The title goes to God of War 2, but I also found Prince of Persia: Sands of Time very impressive. However I always thought Okami looked amazing. I never played it, but I remember thinking Rogue Galaxy looked utterly gorgeous in screenshots. Wasn't Body Count kind of a spiritual successor or something? I haven't played either game and it's the only mode I'm really interested in. Final Fantasy XII came out near the end of the PS2 lifecycle and had huge detailed environments and really great textures. Probably God of War 2. - Ico (even today, still looks good)- Silent Hill 3 (to this day it is best looking game in the series, even when compared to the newer current gen releases)- God of War II- Shadow of the Colossus- Okami (to this day, one of the best artistic designs in a game)- Resident Evil 4- Gran Turismo 4- Metal Gear Solid 3- Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time- Ratchet & Clank: Up Your Arsenal. Helped by the fact that it supported progressive scans (one of the few Ps2 games that did). PS2 had a lot of good looking games. But numero uno all time ever? I always wished they had been able to put that engine on the market for other devs to use. I just saw Prince of Persia Sands of time mentioned by several people. It wasn't actually 60fps. 0. Gran Turismo games have always looked fantastic. The art style has made it age especially well too. Zone of the Enders 2, especially when you consider it ran at 60fps. I'd vote for Okami. I've done a little more in terms of editing.