In the early days of video games, they were little more than large pixels on the screen. Over the years, those pixels evolved into colorful, well-rendered characters and locations that are nearly 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 dedicated 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. Photorealistic details in modern video game graphics incorporate details many players don't often notice right away. When they're pointed out, a player definitely heads back in for another look.
Accuracy in video games and even the video game movies they inspire has become one of the most important factors of the industry, and players have noticed. This list features ingenious details in video games that demand another look. The most interesting of these made their way to the Gaming Details subreddit and are presented below.
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Lady D's Height Accounts For The Wear In Her Steps In 'Resident Evil 8'
- 220 VOTES
Fire-type Pokemon In 'Super Smash Bros. Ultimate' Take Damage While Swimming
- 314 VOTES
Claire's Clean Arms Are Due To Her Jacket In 'Resident Evil 2'
- 413 VOTES
Performance Cars Are Often Double-parked In 'Watch Dogs 2'Photo: Watch Dogs 2 / Ubisoft
- 513 VOTES
The Functioning Streetlights In 'Fallout: New Vegas' Are Powered Via Batteries
- 629 VOTES
'The Simpsons: Hit & Run' Celebrates Christmas (If It's Actually Christmas)