10 Graphic-Heavy Games to try on MSI & ROG Gaming Laptops

Immersion is one of the key aspects of gaming, and when it comes to immersion – nothing makes a game more immersive than its graphics. If you’re new to gaming, looking to buy your first gaming laptop and don’t want to be bothered with complicated tech spec comparisons, we’ve got your back!We’ll help you pick quality gaming laptops that’ll allow you to easily run and enjoy 10 popular games with great graphics – that you’ve always wanted to play.

So, here’s two great gaming laptops we recommend from two of the biggest and most reliable names in gaming, from Taiwan – ASUS & MSI:

MSI GS75 Stealth – the first gaming notebook to offer such thin and light dimensions, while being equipped with up to 10th Gen. Intel® CoreTM i9 processor and GeForce® RTX 2080 SUPERTM graphics. Have all your games and data on-the-go with up to 3 M.2 SSD storage slots, and enjoy a screen that offers 240HZ ULTRA-HIGH REFRESH RATE.

Features of the GS75 STEALTH
– Up to latest 10th Gen Intel® Core™ i9 processor
– Windows 10 Home / Windows 10 Pro
– Up to latest GeForce® RTX 2080 SUPER™ with Max-Q Design
– 17.3″ Full HD (1920×1080), IPS-level gaming panel
– Up to 300Hz refresh rate gaming display
– Ultra-thin 20.25mm, ultra-light 2.4 kg
– All new Dragon Center with exclusive Gaming Mode 2.0
– Per-Key RGB gaming keyboard by SteelSeries with Silver-Lining Print
– Silky smooth touchpad with multi-touch gesture
– Sound by Dynaudio with DUO Wave Speaker
Find out more – MSI GS75 Stealth


ASUS ROG Strix Hero III – sleek and streamlined, it is engineered for esports and peak Windows 10 gaming performance. Intelligent Cooling unleashes the raw power of the 9th Gen Intel Core CPU and GeForce RTX™ graphics and makes full use of the ultrafast gaming display. Jump into multiplayer matches anywhere with stronger RangeBoost Wi-Fi, show off your personality with the wraparound Aura Sync light bar, and gain privacy for personal data with the new ROG Keystone.

Features of the ROG Strix Hero III
– Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 6GB GDDR6 (base: 960 MHz, Boost: 1200 MHz; TDP: 80W)
– Latest 9th Gen Intel Core i7-9750h Processor
– 144Hz 17.3” 3ms full HD 1920×1080 IPS Type Display
– 16GB DDR4 2666MHz RAM | 512GB PCIe SSD | Windows 10 Home | Gigabit wave 2 Wi-Fi 5 (802.11AC)
– Rog intelligent cooling Thermal system with dual 12V fans, anti-dust technology, and adjustable fan modes
Find out more – ASUS ROG Strix Hero III



Overwatch has certainly built itself a solid reputation as one of the most enjoyable MOBA shooters, with great graphics and character detail. It’s Cartoony look and colourful environment designs, make Overwatch visually stand out from other MOBA games, as much as its 21 different heroes offering varied class-based play-styles. It’s a super-fast-paced MOBA shooter that demands a great frame rate, but at the same time its great visual detail and art-style – make the gaming experience more enjoyable, with improved graphic settings. While the game is well-optimized to work with lower-end gaming laptops, playing this in on the higher-end ones we’ve recommended is a whole other experience.

9. DOTA 2

One of the oldest and (still) most popular MOBA games, DOTA 2 is a game that’s constantly upgrading its visual quality, gameplay dynamics, and in-game features with constantly new updates to the game. Being an eSport tournament staple, Dota 2 is a must-try for all competitive gamers. At its highest graphical detail, Dota 2will have magical spells and hero powers – from multiple players – blasting across your screen with great visual detail, while allowing you to battle across environments that show-off high-quality water, enhanced character detail, ground parallax, amazing shadow detail, and ambient creatures. For a game that’s been upgrading since 2003, the gaming laptops we’ve recommended will allow you to experience the game in ultra – like it’s 2020.


It’s nearly impossible to be into eSports and not play Fortnite, which is probably one of the most popular and most played competitive games. With its rapid-fire gameplay, on-the-spot construction system and colourful graphics –Fortniteis full of visual elements flying across the screen, all the time. In other words, while its lower graphic settings make the game accessible to most gamers, if you’re looking to enjoy its visual detail at best settings, you’ll need a more than decent gaming laptop to ensure a high FPS, which is an absolute necessity for a fast-paced game like this.

7. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

Despite being released in 2015, the fact that The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – is still a key game for Gaming Laptop – Graphics Benchmarks Testing, goes to prove how ahead of its time the game remains. If you love immersive fictional worlds, monster hunting, sword fighting, and spell-casting, the Witcher 3 is probably the best there is. If you love games that trap you in moral dilemmas and get you emotionally invested in side-characters as much as the main characters, the Witcher 3 is probably the best there is. And if you love games with life-like graphics that make you gasp at the realism, the Witcher 3 is surprisingly still – 5 years after its release – among the best there is. It’s breathtaking HairWorks Graphic settings is still a nightmare most gaming systems can’t handle.

6. Assassins Creed Odyssey

If you’re into Greek Mythology or if you were a big fan of the movie 300, Assassins Creed Odyssey brings all your geeky Greek fantasies to life, in stunning visual detail. Climb towering statues of Greek Gods and gape at historically accurate vistas as far as the eye can see, as the game tests your GPUs draw distance to its full potential. Take massive leaps of faith and ride across a sprawling and massive open-world ancient Greece, as realistic shadows and breath-taking changes in the weather stalk you. All the while – you stealthily stalk a wide array of detailed foes, whom you assassinate in gory and graphic detail.

5. Metro Exodus

If you’re looking to experience a post-apocalyptic word in real-time, Metro Exodus offers some of the best graphics in the genre. The life-like story-driven shooter will easily transport you on a haunting journey across nuclear devastated Moscow, 2036, with its shocking visual detail. Supporting real-time Ray Tracing, the realism of Metro Exodus’ Lighting will scarily catch your eye, as you creep, hide and attempt to survive in this dark and gritty world.

4. Battlefield V

Ever wondered what it would be like to experience World War 2 from up close? DICE’s Battlefield V is another success in a series of photo-realistic shooters that capture the horrors and epic scale of the World Wars with mind-blowing graphics. Battlefield V takes you through unknown historical settings of WW2, allowing you tousing a wide array of authentic weapons from the time period, whiletaking you through hellish battlefields and Norwegian Mountains, all the way to allying with French colonial and going behind enemy lines in North Africa.


Far Cry 5 take you across a dystopian and fictional version of Hope Country, Montana, which is dominated by a fanatical doomsday cult. This massive and scenic open-world, which is inspired by the wilderness of Northwestern United States, presents players with beautiful vistas, which they can not only adventure in, but also fish, hunt and build in. As you hunt the leaders of the deranged cult, led by a villainous man called The Father, Farcy 5 will have you traverse across vibrant valleys, memorable hot springs, and dangerous mountains, not just on foot – but also in planes and helicopters.


If you’re looking for a game with graphics that look “great as hell”, be careful what you wish you for. Because Doom Eternal, will literally take you to “hell and back”, in a way that feels very real and crazy at the same time. Doom Eternal’s fast, fluid, and hard-hitting gory first-person combat, allows you to bash, shoot and blow through a relentless horde of impeccably detailed and varied demons, using impossibly powerful weapons.Its newly optimized graphic systems which omits mega-textures and allows triangle count to be as high as 80 to 90 million in one scene, makes it a perfect game to be enjoyed on lower or ultra-graphic-settings. The fact that the game has a ‘Ultra Nightmare’ graphic mode, indicates that this one graphic-heavy beast that you might want to approach with a high-end gaming laptop.

1. Red Dead Redemption 2

The reason Red Dead Redemption 2 comes at the bottom of the list and right at the top at the same time, is because it gives some of the best graphic cards in the world – a tough time. For fans of Westerns and lovers of open-world RPG games alike, playing Red Dead Redemption 2 is nothing short of a dream. Winner of over 175 Game of the Year Awards and recipient of over 250 perfect scores, Red Dead allows you to enjoy an immersive experience of literally living and adventuring in the Old West. From epic gun-slinging to forming your gang and riding your horse into the sunset, Red Dead Redemption will make you experience – The Good, the Bad, and Ugly – in unbelievable, breath-taking graphics that are ahead of its time.

If you’re looking to explore our wide range of Gaming Laptops, beyond the MSI GS75 Stealth and ASUS ROG Strix Hero III – which we’ve recommended to play these amazing games, feel free to explore our selection of some the best Taiwanese Gaming products right here.