Gamer Logic – It’s Everywhere
Time for a few laughs on a Sunday
We all know about it, there was even a previous article about it right here. Sometimes games have a certain special type of logic, most of the time this logic leaves us saying “Alrighty Then, I’ll just roll with it”. Let’s take a look at a few more of these amazing spectacles, there’s even a few thrown in from you awesome people.
First up to is Tomb Raider, a brilliant game we can all agree. So what are the chances of Lara Croft entering a lost tomb to find upgrades for the gun she is wielding, she really is that awesome.
Next up is Assassin’s Creed, a truly gifted individual that is a killing machine – except for this slight flaw. Does he stand out just a little bit in his outfit, also he is the only one wearing it. Nothing quite like a bit of stealth to go about your daily business without being noticed.
Now we have a gem found by Rokon from Twitter, clearly while playing some Skyrim they found the ultimate secret. What is this super powerful item, cheese. That’s right, if you find yourself losing a fight with a dragon, cheese is your answer.
I’m going a hazard a guess that a few of us have played Far Cry here, it is one of the best games about. Although there seems to be something a bit off when you get shot, the bullet will travel all the way to your arm. Handy when you need to heal yourself, you can still run at the same time.
How about a game that people either love or hate, either way gamer logic found it’s way into WatchDogs. Surely committing a crime to stop a crime is just wrong, not here as it seems to be fine. Also my phone is lucky to last 6 hours yet his one never even beeps to say low battery, I need a phone like that.
As much as I think this next guy is awesome, he has a gamer logic issue too. Batman is one of the best super heroes out there but come on, you know you can get through that fence with no troubles.
How about PayDay, you become a master criminal and you use your talents to break into various locations for the loot. I think some of the staff that works at the locations are not the brightest spark, who on Earth eats a bit of a sandwich and then puts it in a safe?
Who here loves killing zombies, making sure the dead well stay dead basically? If you do you must have played Dying Light, the issue here is our fitness levels. We can jump from place to place without really breaking into a sweat but as soon as we attack, we become the so unfit we can only swing a bat a few times.
Here we have a combat expert, even Chuck Norris would think twice before starting a fight with him. Let’s check out Metal Gear Solid, take a close look at the aiming of the guns. Good job he knows what he is doing, I’m guessing he can’t see it though.
Last but not least, have you ever played GTA 5? Next question, have you ever had a haircut? If you answered yes to both of these then what kind of witchcraft is used to get a haircut like this.
Hopefully after reading this, you feel enlightened with some gamer logic. Even though we experience this in almost every game we play, we just roll with it and raise a smile. I hope a few smiles were raised now we are at this point, please do let me know in the comments if you see some gamer logic and I’ll include it in the next one.
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