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So, you finally bought that powerful smartphone you were waiting for. The camera is great, the user experience is flawless, but you can’t decide which game to download to test the display. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Check out the following high graphics games you’ll fall in love with.

Traffic Tour 

Traffic Tour gives the player an unforgettable arcade racing experience. There’s no time or fuel limits, making races exciting. Gamers are able to choose between first person, third person, and driver camera modes. I love the dynamic lighting in this game, which a lot of racing games on mobile phone lacks.   

Modern Combat 5

For Call of Duty-heads, Modern Combat 5 is the best First-Person Shooter (FPS) that offers great graphics and intense gameplay. You can create a squadron from nine different classes and then add your friends for an exciting team play. 

Left to Survive 

Are you a Zombie buff? If yes, then this game will eat up your entire day. Left to Survive includes both first-person shooting and strategic mini-games. You’ll be able to unalive zombie floods and destroy enemy bases from a helicopter. It’s best feature is PvP, where you test your mettle against other players, live.  

Warhammer 40,000: Freeblade 

The Titanfall-like gameplay entwined in the Warhammer lore makes Warhammer 40,000: Freeblade the perfect handheld game for your smartphone. The game boasts ‘Super High Detail 3D Graphics’, which creates lore-immersive environment. You’ll be able to use gatling guns, cannons, missiles, and thermal blasts to obliterate your enemies. The upgrade and customize option helps make your ‘Freeblade’ stronger and stylish.    

Darkness Rises

This sounds like something Christopher Nolan’s Bane would say. Darkness Rises is a good hack and slash game that reminds me of the Devil May Cry series. The game is primarily a Role-Playing-Game (RPG) set within a fantasy world where you battle demonic hordes. The graphics are great, with attractive cutscenes making up the story. You can choose different styles of playing with four different player classes - Wizard, Warrior, Assassin, and Berserker.     

With games like these, I am sure that smartphones will soon give gaming consoles a run for their money. Happy gaming! 

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