Top 10 Infographics of 2013 [ article ]

These are ten most liked posts that were filed under infographics to appear on Dueling Analogs in 2013. I’ll admit that I use the term infographic a little too loosely to encompass things that might not be considered infographics, but it’s better than getting too specific and having additional categories for graphs, charts, etc…

10 – Prices Of Gaming Consoles
Number 10

Adjusted to the 2012 dollar, this graph showed how video game console prices today aren’t as bad as you might think.

9 – Valuing Zelda’s House: Hyrule Castle
Number 9

A clever stroke of viral marketing, Movoto created various infographics that valued different well known video game locale. Hyrule Castle from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time was the most popular one.

8 – The Good, the Bad and the Obvious
Number 8

There’s a lot of violence in the news right now and a lot of attention focused on video games as the cause. This chart shows just how much video games are to blame.

7 – Console Confusion
Number 7

Beutler Ink created a flowchart to help you decide whether you should buy a PS4 or an Xbox One. It came out in June, so it’s a little out of date, but still worth a glance.

6 – Metal Gear Timeline
Number 6

This timeline puts all the confusion of the Metal Gear Solid mythos in order, just in time for Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain.

5 – How To Ask For Directions in an RPG
Number 5

While meant to be humorous, this tutorial is still an effective way to determine if you’re still going the correct direction when playing a role-playing game.

4 – The Future of Pokémon
Number 4

This timeline shows us the grim future of Pokémon, but it still won’t stop humanity from going down this path of destruction.

3 – How to Pick the Perfect Video Game
Number 3

Not sure what video game to play? You can use this helpful flowchart to determine which gaming title is perfect for you.

2 – Why Video Games Are Better Than Girlfriends
Number 2

Sure, girlfriends can be fun, but I created this comparison piece to show why video games are still better.

1 – FPSs vs. RPGs
Number 1

And the number one most liked infographic on Dueling Analogs this year showed what the difference between first person shooters and role-playing games is.

2014 is a brand new year. So make sure to like and share the “infographics” you enjoy in the upcoming year so they too can appear in next years top 10.