Here is a list of best first-person hand animations in PC games
Doom came roaring back from hell this year, and with it came some pretty excellent and gory melee kill animations as we bashed, snapped, throttled, and crushed the heads, necks, and bodies of any number of demons. But it’s not all about brute violence. DoomGuy has a softer side, as we can see in this tender fist-bump with his favorite toy. Adorable.
Dishonored Corvo Attano is a gifted assassin, and while most of his time is spent lurking around catwalks and ledges, it’s quite a sight when he springs into action. Even with time stopped, he’s a glorious show-off, spinning his blade and gun as he takes out a collection of guards. This gif is from a video by StealthGamerBR, who showcases tons of exciting and funny kills.
Rainbow Six Seige Rainbow Six Siege has lots of excellent animations like setting breach charges, bashing through walls with sledgehammers, or using a nailgun to board up a doorway. I think my favorite is the wall reinforcement animation, though. It’s elaborate, and you can really feel the strain of pulling up the barricade and pushing the metal lever into place.Take a look at our wide range of funny pictures, quotes and much more others.
Wolfenstein: The Old Blood
There’s nothing like some good, visceral melee animations, and Wolfenstein: The Old Blood has a bunch. Whether it’s jamming a knife into a soldier’s neck, ramming a metal spike through another’s torso, or using one pipe to hammer another pipe through some Nazi’s neck, nobody puts enemies down like BJ Blazkowicz.
Overwatch Overwatch is full of well-crafted first-person hand animations, but there’s something special about Zenyatta, the robotic monk. He offers sage wisdom, deep understanding, and healing buffs, not to mention some pretty sweet moves, which you can see above. Get zen.You can also subcribe our factoflife if you want to find out more about animals and nature for kids.
Far Cry 4
Healing in games is sometimes as simple as walking over a health kit, sucking down a potion, clicking a piece of bread in your inventory, but no series really shows you what’s going on under the hood like the Far Cry games. You can watch yourself yank out shrapnel, dig out bullets, pat down flames, set broken bones, and all other manner of gloriously gruesome DIY surgery.’
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