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Every once in a while, a game does something so wonderful – intentional or not – that as a result my faith in the industry is restored. This clip, featured on the Roosterteeth’s Game Fail channel, demonstrates one of these moments.
Bugs can break a game's immersion, which has been an serious issue with Batman: Arkham Origins. However, sometimes it’s the most unexpected quirk that is the funniest.
Watch the video below to see the hilarious glitch for yourself. Want to see more of the bat in action? Check out our review and test chamber.
[Source: Game Fails]
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Someone lay him on his back and put a wallet in his mouth!!!!!!
If I were the developer I would totally just leave that.
This is why I must have game-DVR.
the glitch is funny and all, but i dont really see why "isaac perry" said,"faith in the industry is restored. . . "
Poltergeist is haunting the streets of Gotham City.
I love glitches. While playing AC 3 I tackled a npc near a ledge, which he fell off, erratically seized for a minute, and subsequently morphed into a tree. It was a strange day in Boston.
When I play the game it lags, a lot, during gameplay and cut scenes. It really breaks the immersion. I would have been okay with just seeing this though.
I'm done with this game. It was alright for a single playthrough, but the combat balance issues become even more apparent with new game plus. I'm not going to put myself through it.
He's possessed! Lol kidding. But serious, the Batman: Arkham Origins glitches are what majorly killed the game for me. The characters are nicely redesigned, the story is really well written, but it's glitches like this I've been running into a majority of the game. Definitely not worth being recommended for Game of the Year...