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  • 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: The Jackdaw In Assassin's Creed IV Has Amazing Glitches

    Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag is an ambitious entry in the series, one that got a positive review from Game Informer. However, with the Jackdaw playing such a great role, some glitches were bound to arise (literally). These are some of the funniest ones that players have posted. "Ascension... 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: A Day With MLB 2K13

    Every day my coworkers ask me how my MLB 2K13 is coming along. When I start talking about the glitches I'm finding, they often think I'm pulling their legs with preposterous, made-up stories. Since they're having such a hard time believing that a first baseman can get smacked in the face... More
  • Blog Post: A Few Strange Assassin's Creed Revelations Glitches

    No matter how much a developer playtests its latest game, a few bizarre things are bound to pop up once players get their hands on it. The videos below are a small collection of weird, funny, and disturbing things that Assassin's Creed fans have encountered while playing through Revelations. They... 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: Amusing Two Worlds II Glitch Will Take You Higher

    The original Two Worlds was a flawed game, but the sequel made some serious strides forward in technology and gameplay. However, it isn't perfect. I'm going to be starting Two Worlds II soon, and I was wondering if it has as many serious bugs as the the original. In my YouTube searches, I found... 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: 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: Has This Scott Pilgrim Glitch Happened To You?

    As I mentioned yesterday , I've been playing a little bit of Scott Pilgrim this weekend. I like the game a lot, but I've run into a fair number of strange technical problems, from weird glitches to straight-up freezes. Then I ran into one that was especially odd, and found a YouTube video of... More
  • Blog Post: Final Fantasy XIII Freezing

    If you're experiencing some technical difficulties with your copy of Final Fantasy XIII, you aren't alone. Some users are reporting freezes, crashes, and other bugs in Square Enix's latest RPG. According to this thread on the PlayStation forums, the issues seem to predominantly affect the... More
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