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Submitted by Rashid Sayed 519d ago | opinion piece

Mind Blown: Top 10 Amazing Gravity Fails In Video Games

"There were simpler times in gaming when physics engines were largely infallible. When the only physics calculations revolved around how high Mario can jump or the trajectory of a ball after hitting the paddle in breakout, there wasn't really that much margin for error. Now we have big open worlds, crazy amounts of weapons and semi-realistic 3D environments, all kinds of physics glitches come into play." (ArmA 3, PC, PS3, Sleeping Dogs, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Xbox 360)

I'm curious but knowing gamingbolts track record there are 50 pages you must click on to see the 10 fails. Not to mention any popups. Not that interested, actually.

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