10 Video Games That Have Insane Attention To Detail

Most people are aware that creating a video games requires plenty of work and an unsavory schedule for developers that can see them working up to 80 hours a week. The biggest titles each year will involve hundreds of artists, animators, programmers, designers and network engineers working together to create a title that is filled with content. However, sometimes the people behind your favorite games don’t exactly help themselves. They will occasionally include hidden Easter eggs or extra features that involve incredible attention to detail, adding more development time for things that most people won’t even notice.

The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion

Every single character in The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion effectively has their own lives and routines that they go through every day. The NPCs have a list of needs that they have to cater for, such as money, food and sleep, and will set about doing so even if the player is nowhere near to them and won’t possibly ever know what they are doing. The incredible level of detail means that some of the characters can begin to have affairs or even break the law and get chased by the guards for extended periods of time.

Fallout: New Vegas

The Fallout games have a recurring Easter egg in them that sees players who choose to give their characters very few points in the intelligence skill have a far different experience than is regular. Fallout: New Vegas made the most changes according to how clever the player made themselves, including have them speak in broken English, changing the way that quests work and altering how people in the world will react to you. This has all been done knowing that most people will not make their characters that dumb.