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TA Top Five: Game Mechanisms For Real Life

  • T JoobT Joob427,815
    Posted on 16 September 14 at 06:50
    Fast Travel, New Game +, HUD. Only one seems likely in the future, but I hope they hurry up!
  • Posted on 16 September 14 at 07:43
    totally agree, real life needs save points!
    i'm already dead, i'll rise to fall again
  • Legohead 1977Legohead 19771,894,596
    Posted on 16 September 14 at 07:53
    Maybe the game rewind function, I know I have played a game like that recently, just back up life a bit to avoid those silly mistakes, or to make a real difference...
    Legohead 1977
  • TheGearGuardianTheGearGuardian1,030,029
    Posted on 16 September 14 at 09:14
    got to say i'd find the HUD the most helpful
    ¬¬ soo, yeah
  • TheMaizeTheMaize1,403,928
    Posted on 16 September 14 at 16:45
    why medikits? wouldnt it be better to have a shield, and not get hurt in the first place? ;)

    and as mentioned before...cheatcodes should be number 1...
    unlimited Money? here you go....
  • JMJimmyJMJimmy603,838
    Posted on 16 September 14 at 17:46
    Solid list but I mean who wouldn't want spell casting or infinite inventory or a cheat console?
    Life, it's funny that way.
  • Posted on 16 September 14 at 18:48
    I love the list.
    What about a top 5 deaths in a game?
  • Oriole2682Oriole26823,982,040
  • Apocalypse KaneApocalypse Kane1,840,859
    Posted on 17 September 14 at 12:10
    Bucksea said:Very solid list. Everything here is ranked perfectlyAgree! +1
  • Posted on 17 September 14 at 23:33
    HolyMoses81 said:There's nothing, NOTHING (!!), that would top the ability of a real-life-rocket-jump!!!I think what you mean is injury immunity and a large life bar. Rocket-jump works just fine in real life, you might even survive the launch, but sticking the landing could be an issue. The USSR even had a space ship design based on an atomic weapon 'rocket jump' shock
    Your financial solution
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