Explaining 8 More Video Games by Focusing Just on the Weapon (Comic)
Article by George Norman
On 01 Mar 2017
The gameplay experience depends on how multiple game mechanics work together. But when you focus on just one game mechanic and compare it to the whole game, the results are hilarious.

In this older comic, Arcade Rage’s Mart Virkus showed us how fun it can be to take 10 popular games and try to capture their essence by focusing on just one game mechanic: the weapon. In the new comic presented blow, Mart does the same thing, but this time he focuses on 8 other popular games.

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Via Arcade Rage.




Tags: comic, video game, infographic, gameplay, game mechanic, Arcade Rage
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