بهترین گرافیک باید Assassin's Creed unity میشد کیفیت عالی بود هر چند بازی گلیچ و باگ زیاد داشت
خیلی نمیتونه نمره بگیره . 50/100
بازیش که گرافیکش مال عهد بوق قاجاره هیولاشم که تقلید alien هستش اما خراب کرده
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