Platforming through lamp posts with a pogo stick or using vehicles as slingshots to reach some unreachable top of a building in Just Cause 3? No problem for the folks at EvolveStunting.
Real-time cutscenes are much better when something unexpected happens. And since it’s Just Cause 3, JayGold’s footage, with a helicopter crashing into the ground in the perfect moment, doesn’t even seem like something that isn’t supposed to happen.
The pirates try everything to sink the Swedish ship in Naval Action, but it’s not enough. It’s certainly entertaining though.
An XCOM soldier missing a nearby target? No way!
Someone else has to do the job when Rico is chilling in the main menu. And as it looks like in Tralion’s clip, he isn’t the one leaning on the car.
Well, that’s not good. This isn’t Just Cause 3, climbing up the roof here is a little bit more complicated.
Doing a really outstanding stunt in a game where even the most basic ones involve multiple vehicles and buildings? Sounds tough! Bur lesi20 was able pull it off and hijack a car in the most outstanding way possible.
Just Cause 3 is the type of a game where, when something silly happens, it’s hard to tell whether it was intended or just a glitch. Like this little accident above. With grapple hooks and all kinds of upgraded gear, the possibilities are definitely endless, that’s for sure.
Driving in the opposite lane is no longer a problem. This custom plow might not be the most stunning creation in GTA V, but it’s effective, that’s for sure.
The most imbalanced StarCraft unit isn’t in StarCraft. It’s this Colossus, recreated in Besiege, by TheAmazingTwist. It’s imbalanced... in a different way:
Time to go fishing! With the help of a series of fortunate GTA V events and the Rockstar game engine.
Monday sucks. It always sucks. So here are some animated GIFs to help get your through the morning.
Boy does Infamous: Second Son look visually stunning—which in a way, makes any glitches you come across all the better. The game manages to look great even when it's messing up a bit.
Our goal in Bridge Constructor is to build a bridge, and then pass through it. But as usual, it wouldn't be all that fun if it were that simple. Vinny on YouTube thankfully knows exactly how to do it in a classy way.
A minor, but helpful glitch can boost your otherwise slow and sometimes tedious travel speed in DayZ. Try to reload your weapon while crawling and get ready to travel at the speed of light... or at least at the speed of a truck.
Did someone say this was Pro Evolution Soccer? Because this looks more like WWE 2k14, or maybe a Monty Python sketch.
What did we get from this year of next-gen press conferences, console launches, Nintendo Directs, and huge open-world games? Some good times. And some amazing animated GIFs.