I’ve decided to start a new comic strip that makes fun of the logic in Video Games, called “It’s Just Logic.”
Hunting in video games has always been strange to me. Some try to be realistic in the killing and skinning, others not. But they all have the same oddity, and that is the randomness of what you get from the kill. “Zelda Breath of the Wild” is the best example I can think of for this. You kill a bird in which it poofs into a puff of smoke, and leaves behind one leg with meat on it. You mean I shot a whole bird and its anatomy consisted of just a leg? No head or wings or feathers? Yet If I go fishing I get the whole fish?