[Top 15] Best Indie Games With Good Graphics

Indie Games With Good Graphics
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Howdy fellers, today we’re gonna discuss a list of indie video games with great graphics. I’ve played many games in the last 11 years and I was always puzzled by how these small studios could come up with games that have incredible graphics, sometimes even better than on some AAA titles!

And that’s exactly what I’ll be talking about - indie games that despite having a relatively low budget, came out with surprisingly decent graphics. Anyways, let’s get started with our first game!

15. The Stanley Parable

Not only that the graphics are decent, but you also don’t really need a beefy PC to run this game. The bare minimum for this game is an NVIDIA GeForce 7600 or an Intel HD Graphics 2000 - you can literally play this game on a toaster!

14. The Witness

The minimum graphics card required for this game is an Intel HD 4000 Series - just like with Stanley Parable, you can run this game on a potato!

13. Friday the 13th: The Game

GeForce GTX 650 Ti (1024 MB) is the graphics card required at a minimum to run this game - it’s not that expensive and it’s barely above the potato tier of graphic cards. The game is awesome, by the way!

12. Black Mesa

The best parts are the requirements needed to run this game - 2 GB Dedicated Video Card or Greater and a 2.6 Dual Core Processor or Greater. You pretty much don’t need a PC to even play this game!

11. Gone Home

The bare minimum for this game is a Video card with 512MB of VRAM - ‘nuff said. You really don’t have to worry about not being able to run this game!

10. No Man's Sky

You also need an AMD Radeon 7870(minimum) to run this game. The game changed a lot in the last 5 years and you might enjoy it now!

9. Rust

A few months ago Rust got an update in which the graphics were greatly enhanced - the grass looks far better than before, shadows behind objects no longer look like rectangles, and genitals of player models still look small as before. The game is awesome if you like multiplayer combined with survival+base building.

8. Subnautica

Minimum to run this game: Intel HD 4600 or equivalent - this game is not really that GPU demanding, you should worry more about your CPU not exploding while playing this game!

7. Amnesia: The Dark Descent

The minimum required for this game is a Radeon 9600/GeForceFX. Make sure to wear diapers while playing this game!

6. A Way Out

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650Ti - minimum requirements to run this game. Again, it’s a fun and graphically appealing game. Try it out!

5. Observer

The bare minimum to run this game is an NVIDIA GeForce 660. It’s surprising, that a game with these sorts of graphics can run on such a potato GPU!

4. What Remains of Edith Finch

you need a GeForce GTX 750 to run this game at the bare minimum. It’s a shame though, this game looks incredible on high settings!

3. Dear Ester

And you need an NVidia 7600 to run this game at the minimal settings. It doesn’t necessarily look bad on low settings, it’s still eye-pleasing and I’m sure that you’ll love it!

2. Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice

To run this game, you need a Radeon R9 280X - I used to have this GPU on my older PC. Shame it burned to death. Good riddance!

1. A Plague Tale: innocence

GeForce GTX 660/Radeon HD 7870 - these two GPUs are the minimum in order to run this game. Try it out, worth the price and the view!

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Gamer Since: 2007
Favorite Genre: MOBA
Currently Playing: Dota 2
Top 3 Favorite Games:DOTA 2, Amnesia: The Dark Descent, Dead Space

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