Gaming logic: The fun with it.

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First you may ask, what is gaming logic? Gaming logic is something that can only make sense in a video game, and most of the time these turn out to be entertaining to see being used over and over again. Out of curiosity, what are some gaming logic scenarios you can remember?

As an example, there are a few RPG’s out there that have you alternate between characters at some story related parts (Say for example Final Fantasy 13.) now during these, you keep any and all items you acquired from Group A to Group B even if they never met at that point. This is what i mean by gaming logic.

 
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GTA: When your car flips over it catches on fire and explodes.

 
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I’m an RPG character! I can survive falls from infinite heeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeight.

 
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Mario: Eating a mushroom causing massive growth…

 
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Basically any first person shooter where you can take multiple shots to vital parts of your body and continue to run around as if nothing happened, that’s something that I’ve always had an issue with. Also respawning, real life doesn’t work that way.

 
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Pong has absolutely no logic, that’s not how gravity works.

 
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Originally posted by 123aaa789:

Basically any first person shooter where you can take multiple shots to vital parts of your body and continue to run around as if nothing happened, that’s something that I’ve always had an issue with. Also respawning, real life doesn’t work that way.

That and how knives kill you in one hit, able to carry large amounts of firearms and ammunition and how wepons do not jam or fail.

Unless you are playing the Fallout or GOW series. Infact are their any other games where weapons jam/fail?

 
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Originally posted by Fishyninjabread:
Originally posted by 123aaa789:

Basically any first person shooter where you can take multiple shots to vital parts of your body and continue to run around as if nothing happened, that’s something that I’ve always had an issue with. Also respawning, real life doesn’t work that way.

That and how knives kill you in one hit, able to carry large amounts of firearms and ammunition and how wepons do not jam or fail.

Unless you are playing the Fallout or GOW series. Infact are their any other games where weapons jam/fail?

Far Cry 2 has gun jams.

 
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Originally posted by PlatypusMan:
Originally posted by Fishyninjabread:
Originally posted by 123aaa789:

Basically any first person shooter where you can take multiple shots to vital parts of your body and continue to run around as if nothing happened, that’s something that I’ve always had an issue with. Also respawning, real life doesn’t work that way.

That and how knives kill you in one hit, able to carry large amounts of firearms and ammunition and how wepons do not jam or fail.

Unless you are playing the Fallout or GOW series. Infact are their any other games where weapons jam/fail?

Far Cry 2 has gun jams.

Slightly ashamed to say I have not played the Farcry Series

 
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basically everything ikd lol

 
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Originally posted by Fishyninjabread:
Originally posted by 123aaa789:

Basically any first person shooter where you can take multiple shots to vital parts of your body and continue to run around as if nothing happened, that’s something that I’ve always had an issue with. Also respawning, real life doesn’t work that way.

That and how knives kill you in one hit, able to carry large amounts of firearms and ammunition and how wepons do not jam or fail.

Unless you are playing the Fallout or GOW series. Infact are their any other games where weapons jam/fail?

The S.T.A.L.K.E.R. series of games.

 
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Self explanatory.

 
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Originally posted by lei_wulong:
Originally posted by Fishyninjabread:
Originally posted by 123aaa789:

Basically any first person shooter where you can take multiple shots to vital parts of your body and continue to run around as if nothing happened, that’s something that I’ve always had an issue with. Also respawning, real life doesn’t work that way.

That and how knives kill you in one hit, able to carry large amounts of firearms and ammunition and how wepons do not jam or fail.

Not heard of them, shall look them up

Unless you are playing the Fallout or GOW series. Infact are their any other games where weapons jam/fail?


The S.T.A.L.K.E.R. series of games.

 
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Originally posted by Fishyninjabread:
Originally posted by PlatypusMan:
Originally posted by Fishyninjabread:
Originally posted by 123aaa789:

Basically any first person shooter where you can take multiple shots to vital parts of your body and continue to run around as if nothing happened, that’s something that I’ve always had an issue with. Also respawning, real life doesn’t work that way.

That and how knives kill you in one hit, able to carry large amounts of firearms and ammunition and how wepons do not jam or fail.

Unless you are playing the Fallout or GOW series. Infact are their any other games where weapons jam/fail?

Far Cry 2 has gun jams.

Slightly ashamed to say I have not played the Farcry Series

The best time to start is now on Far Cry 3. No prior Far Cry experience needed.

 
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Most games, especially some from Nintendo = Screw Logic.

 
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All shooters: All the hp system. Just take loads of shots before dying, don’t get wounded.

 
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This is a biggy… Double jumping

 
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How the hell can Sonic survive without a space suit in the vacuum of outer space, but he can’t breathe underwater?

 
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Dragonborn can survive blasts of dragon breath. Dies after 5 foot jump.

 
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Things drop money when you destroy them.
Buying health, speed, accuracy or some other physical stat.
You need to kill all underlings before being able to talk to the boss.

 
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Originally posted by Redd500:

How the hell can Sonic survive without a space suit in the vacuum of outer space, but he can’t breathe underwater?

 
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Thought of another!

Fast travel in open-world/sandbox games.

 
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Inventory and being able to carry so much. Whether it’s guns, equipment or the skulls of your enemies, you can always carry way too much in video games with very little exception. Even games that attempt to limit it can still be pretty ridiculous, but I love a big inventory. I love a game with a little junk in its trunk!

 
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Yeah, that inventory thing really does make some games extremely unrealistic, though it’s necessary for some games, like MineCraft. I can’t imagine that game without an inventory like it has, since each block is a cubic metre. If it was realistic, you’d be able to carry a bucket, some fish, a sword, and that’s about it, not up to a few thousand cubic metres of dirt and stone.

 
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Game logic: Playing games can ruin your life and waste it as well. I’m a pure gamer, but I’m only 13, but for all you guys in 30’s still playing on Kongregate, Newgrounds, Armor Games, etc have no life. That’s Game Logic.