16 Of The Strangest Mechanics In Video Games

16 Of The Strangest Mechanics In Video Games

Have we ever mentioned how much we love video games? From staying up late playing Mario when we were kids to buying the original DOOM floppy disks at our local pharmacy (yes, this was a thing) to bask in the modern technological advances of amazing games like Elden Ring, well, let's just say we are fans of the pastime.

While handheld gaming was once a smaller niche and restrained by technological limitations, the ability to game wherever, whenever, without dominating the living room TV has always been a major boom, the fact is, the state of play has evolved A LOT since the game boy.

There are some pretty strange mechanics that show up in video games. Some of them make no sense, while others are just odd choices. Today, we're going to take a look at some of the strangest mechanics in video games. This will include things like flying cars, controlling time, and even turning into a fish! So, whether you're interested in the stranger side of gaming or just want to know more about some of the weirder aspects of your favorite titles, read on for some fascinating insights.

Boktai: The Sun Is In Your Hand, literally. KONAMI boktai E The San isin Your Hand AGB-U3IE-USA CRACKED.COM Fighting vampires on this Gameboy Advance title is hard, but it's a little easier in the daytime with the special light sensors equipped on the cartridge. By bringing your gameplay outside, you give yourself the edge in battling the warriors of the night, just as you would in real life. This kind of gameplay was made even more difficult before Nintendo incorporated the backlit screen into their handhelds.

Source: Konami

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