The entire point of Pokémon Go is to get out there and find monsters, but a new glitch has made that prospect difficult for many players.
The Division has already been having a rough week, and things just keep getting rougher: A newly found exploit lets players temporarily boost their gun’s damage output to game-breaking levels.
The assumption might be that another glitch will eventually surpass this. But that will not happen.
The great thing about Nintendo 64 games is that dedicated players are still finding exploits years later. But the true die-hards are discovering glitches that are purely theoretical.
I told you guys that D. Va was a total badass. But did I tell you that she’s so much of a badass that she can get Overwatch’s coveted “Play of the Game” just by walking?
Fallout 4 comes out tomorrow, and with it comes a few big questions. One of those questions: Just how buggy will it be?
There are several aspects of EA and Ghost Games’ dark and rainy Need for Speed reboot that I enjoy immensely. Due to regular gameplay hiccups, racing just doesn’t happen to be one of them.
The goal in Heroes of the Storm is to fight your way to the back of the enemy team’s base and destroy a structure known as “the core.” The core is normally heavily defended with an outer shield and turrets that make destroying it a risky endeavor. But a newly discovered bug lets one hero simply one-shot the thing.
What you’re seeing here isn’t a mod, or a tweak. It’s a bug, which kingoddball KOB discovered while trying to play Metal Gear Online on PS4, that means most of the game world’s textures simply fail to load.
When the first video we see of a game on launch day is a two minute montage of glitches captured within the first hour of gameplay, something’s not right.
“Sometimes I swear that bird is just showing off,” Quinn will often say in League of Legends. I don’t think she meant it like this.
Blizzard has benched the best assassin in its up-and-coming MOBA Heroes of the Storm, banning StarCraft star Zeratul from use in the game’s first real round of professional tournaments for the indefinite future.
I like to buy games on day one.
League of Legends took a big hit last night thanks to a bug affecting a standard teleporting move that every playable character regularly uses. While Riot still hasn’t gotten its hugely popular multiplayer game back up to full speed quite yet, the developer said that it’s now found a fix.
It takes a lot for Riot to put even part of its hugely popular multiplayer game League of Legends on hold, but tonight the developer faced a technical problem it wasn’t able to promptly handle. A bug affecting every playable character in League of Legends’ ginormous champion pool began to surface in the game earlier…
If you don’t like bugs, living or dead, then perhaps you might want to sit this one out.
Blizzard has weighed in on the two issues players have had with The Butcher since he dropped into Heroes of the Storm last week. They confirmed that his unstoppable charge move is bugged “and will be fixed with an upcoming patch.” As for his gameplay balance, they said he is “nowhere near underpowered or overpowered.”
So this is scary.
If you’ve ever wondered how close we are to The Hunger Games, Battle Royale or The Running Man (Arnold’s best role), this video of two women furiously trying to blow a monster bug into each other’s mouths should reassure you that we are on the precipice of giving up both life and limb for the chance to be on TV. (Also…