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Target lock

Video game concept

Locks the game camera onto an opponent or helps doing actions to a specific target.

163
games
18
platforms

Name variations: Z targeting, Z-targeting, L targeting, L-targeting

The first video game about Target lock was released in 1994.

Electronic Arts, Nintendo and Devolver Digital has published most of these games

See also: aim assist, auto-aim
Related: Lead indicator
Contrast: dynamic accuracy (unlikely to be together but it's not impossible)

Z/L-targeting is the name used in Zelda games, but used by players referring to target lock in other games at times.