As video games continue to become more ambitious in scope as the power and technology available to developers has exponentially increased over the years, titles have continuously pushed themselves to become more realistic.
Filling their worlds with numerous tiny details for players to marvel at just how immersive these worlds are, video games are more immersive than ever - Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto V and Red Dead Redemption 2 being the clearest examples.
And as the next generation of gaming draws closer, the details on show will only become more impressive.
However, despite their graphical fidelity or however many player interactions are available, there are still plenty of tiny details games haven't got quite right.
Reality, it turns out, isn't nearly as exciting as the worlds of our favourite video games. To keep games entertaining, developers are known for taking certain creative liberties to make said game more fun to play irrespective if the content isn't 100% factually accurate.
These minute errors that appear in games don't automatically make the game in question bad, but they do make for some interesting things you can't un-see.