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  • Blog Post: Bethesda Offers Statement Regarding Item Duping Bug In The Elder Scrolls Online

    Game Informer has received a statement from Bethesda regarding the recent bug allowing players to clone items . A representative from Bethesda offered the following statement: Yesterday, we identified an item duping bug in ESO that some players chose to exploit. We acted quickly, and have since fixed... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo Cancels NES Remix Contest Due To Exploit

    Shortly after the reveal and release of NES Remix for Wii U, Nintendo issued a challenge asking players to set their fastest times in Remix I Stage 4 “Collect all the coins!”. Unfortunately, the event has been cancelled after players discovered an exploit to set faster times. The director... More
  • Blog Post: Pokémon X & Y Patch 1.2 Addresses Exploits And Bugs

    Pokémon X & Y has been patched to version 1.2, and it removes a few bugs and eliminates some exploits that have surfaced. You can download the patch now by heading into the 3DS eShop. A bug that prevented evolved wonder-traded Pokémon from learning new moves has been addressed, as well... More
  • Blog Post: Eve Players Loot New In-Game System For Unheard-of Wealth, Troll Everyone

    Space MMORPG Eve Online's greatest feature is the freedom it gives to players to run the galaxy however they want. Sometimes, those players make us profoundly glad we don't play Eve seriously – though their exploits are fun to read about. The infamous Goonswarm found a few holes in the... More
  • Blog Post: [Update]: PSN Password Issues Resolved

    UPDATE: After a short outage, PSN has fixed the problem that may have left passwords vulnerable, and the service is back up. An update to the PlayStation Blog sheds some light on the recent password problem experienced on PSN. Not only is the service now back up, but the update suggests that no hacking... More
  • Blog Post: Modern Warfare 2’s Javelin Exploit K.I.A.

    A title update released today has eliminated the so-called Javelin glitch in Infinity Ward’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. After some creative weapon swapping, people who used the exploit essentially became walking bombs, set to detonate at the moment of their deaths. Unlike the grenade explosions... More
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