When Video Game Perspectives Are Strange

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If you really think about it, the in-game camera often makes little to no sense.

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This isn’t true for every game (and generally, I think games have gotten way better), but Twitter user NSKEEEEE uploaded a comparison between The Evil Within’s in-game perspective and what the actual P.O.V. would look like.

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[via NSKEEEEE]

Certainly brings back memories of this famous Doom meme image.

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[via NSKEEEEE]

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DISCUSSION

This one doesn’t apply, third person view is different from first person view. You don’t grow a second head out of your asshole in third person games, clearly a cameraturtle on a floating cloud is following you.