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  • Blog Post: Batman: Arkham Origins Developer Shifts Focus Away From Bug-Fixes And Onto DLC

    Warner Bros. Games Montréal, the developer behind the latest entry in the Batman Arkham franchise, has no plans for an additional bug-patch, and instead has moved all of its focus onto single-player story-DLC. In a post on the official message boards for the game , Arkham Origins' community... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Will Ease Of Sharing Footage Change The Way Publishers View Glitches?

    People have been capturing and sharing game footage for years, but with the advent of the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 it’s easier than ever. Players don’t have to purchase and connect any additional hardware to do it now; both consoles automatically buffer gameplay in the background, which... More
  • Blog Post: Remembering Skyrim's Quirks — Flying Cats

    It’s been two years since the release of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, a wonderful game that is nevertheless plagued by glitches both infuriating and hilarious. Like other sane humans, I prefer the latter variety: glitches that make dragons fly backwards or something similarly amusing . With the... More
  • Blog Post: Rockstar Continues To Resolve Grand Theft Auto Online Issues, Lost Items Under Investigation

    Rockstar updated its support site this afternoon to let players know that it resolved instability issues that appeared in the PlayStation 3 version of the game this morning. The update also lets players know that Rockstar is investigating reports of lost characters, items, apartments, cars, progress... More
  • Blog Post: PSA: Grand Theft Auto Online Continues To Experience Connectivity Issues

    Grand Theft Auto Online has been experiencing issues since its launch earlier today, but Rockstar is doing its best to get the game up and running. On Rockstar's official support website , it has put together a list of identifiable, persistent problems that it is working to fix. Some players are... More
  • Blog Post: Super Hexagon's Score Erasing Bug Has Been Fixed

    In you haven't played Super Hexagon, you should. The addictive arcade-like mobile game is now also free of score stealing bugs. Super Hexagon is a little gem of a mobile game that has captured the hearts of several Game Informer editors. Unfortunately, a recent update deleted everyone's high... More
  • Blog Post: How Skyrim Got Filled With Bugs

    Bethesda’s Skyrim was a great game, but it had its flaws. Maybe you noticed some of them between patches. But how did all those bugs get in an otherwise great game? The truth has finally been revealed. Gaming humor site Dorkly created a series of internal Bethesda memos that detail the rise of... More
  • Blog Post: When Can You Stop Ignoring The Bugs?

    Like a lot of players, my gaming time has been monopolized by the latest installment of The Elder Scrolls series. The parts that are great about Skyrim are so great that it's almost too easy to overlook the terrible parts. And there are plenty of terrible parts. After encountering yet another big... More
  • Blog Post: Watch Some Silly FIFA 12 Bugs

    FIFA 12 is releasing next week, but YouTube user Kennybastards has already done lots of hilarious stuff in the game. The Player Impact physics engine's debut happens in this year's game and could be the culprit behind this video's crazy, backwards knee and abundant flopping around. Keep in... More
  • Blog Post: Bethesda Says Bugs Aren't Always Bad

    Between The Elder Scrolls and Fallout, Bethesda has a reputation for creating massive open worlds. When you're dealing with a game of that magnitude, things can go wrong. But what if the solution is worse than the problem? Speaking to Joystiq , Howard addressed the issue of technical problems that... More
  • Blog Post: Dragon Age II Patch Fixes Some Serious Problems

    If you've been playing Dragon Age II, you've probably noticed that it isn't perfect. BioWare is trying to make things right on the technical side, releasing a new patch for PC users addressing some major issues. Though console players still need to contend with their problems for a while... More
  • Blog Post: Black Ops Patch Details Announced

    Treyarch is staying good to its word that it would continue to make improvements and fixes to its blockbuster Call of Duty: Black Ops following release. Today, a member of the Black Ops team got on the game's official forums to detail what would be included in the next patch, which should drop in... More
  • Blog Post: Lionhead Drops Fable III Patch Notes

    The previously announced Fable III patch is live as of this morning. Lionhead took some time to detail the specifics of the update, addressing major and minor issues plaguing players. Lionhead notes that the update is retroactive where possible, accommodating for bugs that have already been experienced... More
  • Blog Post: Infinite Care Package Glitch Mars Black Ops Online

    It's just not a Call of Duty launch unless someone is glitching within hours. It would appear that you can once again obtain infinite care packages from an easily reproducible series of actions. We're going to need an emergency deployment of snark to keep up with the goings-on if this continues... More
  • Blog Post: Black Ops PC Tech Issues Acknowledged

    Treyarch multiplayer design director David Vonderhaar confirmed this afternoon via Twitter that the team is aware of the multiplayer issues many PC players are experiencing with Call of Duty: Black Ops. Treyarch has not yet presented an ETA on a fix, but at least the developers know that the problems... More
  • Blog Post: Fable Fixes On The Way

    Little more than a week after launch, Lionhead is already hard at work addressing bugs in Fable III. An update on the official website stated that the teams are aware of undisclosed issues with the game, and that fixes are on the way. “Of course as with any videogame there are some people with... More
  • Blog Post: Update: New Vegas PC And 360 Updates Pushed Overnight, PS3 Coming Soon

    2nd Update: According to Bethesda's blog , a new game update went up on Xbox 360 overnight resolving quest and scripting problems, similar to the one released for PC earlier this week (see below). An even newer update is also live on Steam as well for PC versions resolving issues with game saves... More
  • Blog Post: Obsidian: New Vegas Is Buggy Because It's Big

    Anyone who has picked up the latest installment of the Fallout franchise, New Vegas, may have noticed it shipped with quite a few bugs. While PC patches have been released to remedy some of the problems, gamers can't help but wonder why a high profile game would ship in this state. Obsidian provides... More
  • Blog Post: Crackdown 2 DLC Bugged Out

    If you’ve recently downloaded the Toy Box DLC for Crackdown 2 and found yourself with a buggy mess of a game, you’re not alone. Since the DLC’s release, users have been posting in the forums of the Ruffian Games website with major complaints concerning both the free and paid downloadable... More
  • Blog Post: Bungie Highlights The Good, The Badass, And The Ugly

    With the Halo: Reach beta drawn to a close, Bungie is looking back on some of the more memorable moments captured by those who participated. In a video tribute titled “The Good, the Badass, and the Ugly,” Bungie calls attention to both amazing displays of multiplayer prowess and some absurd... More
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