When video games first arrived, they were little more than large blips on the screen. Over the years, those blips became colorful vectors, pixelated plumbers, and finally, well-rendered characters and locations that are photorealistic. It was a long road, getting from there to here, but video games have finally become an art form that relies heavily on insanely detailed and complex graphics.
With those changes, video game developers have put more and more attention to detail into their games. Some of them feature accurate depictions of physics to include everything from light distortion to gravity. On top of that, high levels of graphical detail mean small mistakes become incredibly noticeable. As a result, developers pay close attention to the details to ensure they are as accurate as possible.
Accuracy in video games and even the video game movies they inspire has become one of the most important factors, and plenty of players have taken notice. This list features some of the most surprisingly accurate details in video games that fans somehow noticed. The more interesting of these made their way to the Gaming Details subreddit and are presented below.
- 117 VOTES
Candy Costs More At The Movie Theater In 'Bioshock'
- 215 VOTES
The Yellow Stop Signs In 'Mafia II' Are What They Looked Like Pre-WWIIPhoto: Mafia II / 2K Games
- 314 VOTES
Everything About The Legendary Salmon In 'Red Dead Redemption 2' Is Legit
- 411 VOTES
The Flame Thrower Doesn't Work In A Vacuum In 'Dead Space'Photo: Dead Space / Electronic Arts
- 511 VOTES
The Capitalization Of Nouns In 'Assassin's Creed: Black Flag' Is Appropriate For The Time Period
- 626 VOTES
The Controller Vibrates In Morse Code When You Get Close To Boo In 'Luigi's Mansion 3'Photo: Luigi's Mansion 3 / Nintendo