As I play Far Cry 3 I'm having to suspend my important mission because my wallet is too small and I'm shaking my head in bewilderment as to why wallet size matters right now? Why can't I just stuff money loosely in a pocket like I do in real life? In Far Cry 3, you have to go a step beyond that though...you have to hunt down some pigs, skin them and sit under a tree somewhere and actually SEW a new, larger wallet. They call it "crafting" but what it actually is, is that you are sitting down with a needle and thread and fashioning a new wallet. A wallet would be hard to make under the best of conditions, but out in the jungle? Where did the needle and thread come from? I guess I have a little sewing kit in my pocket. I'm supposed to be relaxed enough in the jungle to spend a few hours making a wallet while there are tigers, wild boars and komodo dragons in the area? Why Ubisoft, why?!
This is about as illogial as finding bananas, pineapples, cereal and canned goods in the pockets of the deceased in Bioshock Infinite. :o Oh and I found lots of money and ammo inside trash cans.
Am I the only one that notices this stuff? :p