Yet Another Top 10 Video Game Logic That Make No Sense!
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Yeah it makes no sense either, but it’s best not to think of it. Welcome to and today we’re counting down our picks for the Yet ANOTHER Top10 Video Game Logic That Make No Sense!

#10. Surviving the Unsurvivable Super Moves
#9. Healthy or Dead?
#8. Convenient Glowing Parts
#7. Superhuman Bladder
#6. Oh Well, He’s Gone
#5. Areas Inexplicably Blocked
#4. Food Never Spoils
#3, #2 & #1: ???

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  1. There should be a gaming logic related to RTS games, like transport vehicles capacity(in-game capacity is lower compared to real life ones), burning buildings not getting destroyed if ignored and can only get destroyed by continuously attacking it, villagers/builders extinguishing flames using hammers

  2. When it comes to no. 4, some games do have a food degradation system, particularly in survival games. Specifically in Subnautica, where food spoils WAAAY too quickly.

  3. This list is a damn waste… but I gotta say: future weapons, highest tech possible, super strength… and there an almost a century of gun recoil. That really disturbs me for the lack of consistence from the developers.

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