Isometric perspective in video games, sometimes referred to as three-quarter vision, is a representation that creates a three-dimensional look. This shows what usually happens in the perspective above. Isometric representation is borrowed from architecture and is based on the mathematical basis of axonometry. This is especially common in strategy games, games and business simulations, and role-playing games.
Game Boy Advance games are not currently scheduled for the Nintendo Switch. Rumor has it that the Nintendo 64 and Sega Mega Drive systems will also continue to play games for Game Boy and Game Boy color. Nevertheless, this Saturday we have a short video recommendation from the Rocket Beans Gaming YouTube channel.
There were many great implementations of big hits like Tony Hawks Pro Skater, Max Payne or Kingdom Hearts Game Boy Advance. Interestingly, a lot of these games used good old-fashioned isometric perspective. Colleagues at the Retro Club make it clear why and what the pros and cons are – as always with Gregor Cortcios!
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