Whilst games are often able to produce static vistas that are stunning in their own right, it is often the animations and sense of movement that really make the medium feel alive. One of the key ways developers convey a sense of speed or urgency through animation is via motion blur effects, which some developers use almost religiously to up their games’ production values. Here’s a gallery of ten games that use motion blur, so you can see the difference it can make.
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Considering the game is called Blur, it would be a huge dissapointment if the motion blur effects were off. Many racing games have captured a sense of speed via motion blur, but Blur just managed to do it in a stylish and focused enough manner to lift it above the competition.