Most perks in Fallout 4 are just supposed to give you a little boost, nothing major or almost game-breaking. This is not one of those perks.
Today on Highlight Reel we have sensual AT-ATs, bears being beaten with babies, experimental toilet rockets, and much more!
Hey Smash Bros. fans who like to play as Shulk: if you’ve had trouble with the guy’s Up-B recovery move, you’re not alone. YouTuber and Smash Boards forum member erico9001 put together a handy video on the glitch that causes his recovery problems, and how to avoid them.
If you’ve seen recent Street Fighter V footage from E3 you’ve probably noticed something a little different about Chun Li. People are remarking that because Chun Li’s breasts act as if they were made out of jello, Street Fighter has gone “full Dead or Alive” in the upcoming sequel.
Having trouble with Bloodborne’s boss fights? Leave the game running on your PlayStation 4 for half a day and the brutal beasts become a breeze. That’s not good.
In Evolve, each of the four player classes is supposed to play a specific role in hunting down big, brutal monsters, with the various hunter types playing specific roles to help the team win. So when a glitch lets two support characters spawn and create a five-man team instead of the usual four-man squad, it's a…
Smash Bros. has dozens of items, all of which work in different ways. For whatever reason, one person's copy of the game turns every possible item into a tomato, while still retaining the original item's function. It's the most hilarious thing I've seen all day.
It's something that most players wouldn't even think is possible: playing a game in a certain way that jumps you completely to the end, without beating its final battle. But there it is, just executed in Super Mario World.
At first, it's a few small oddities. The floating car glitch we've seen before. A character model disappearing for a few seconds. But, by the time that this drug-running mission in Grand Theft Auto Online ends, everything's gone to hell. Or heaven, by the looks of it.
It's not too often that a glitch plays out as more than just a funny moment or even an exploitable trick. But this Destiny glitch is...exceptional.
Dragons are supposed to be Dragon Age's most fearsome foe. That's why they are in the title! This dragon didn't get that memo, though.
What folks really want to do in GTA Online—and most heavily populated multiplayer games, really—is stand out. Y'know, show off some skills or styles that not just everybody can flaunt. So, this floating car glitch will probably interest many people. You'll need a friend to pull it off, though.
Sometimes, when you're talking with someone in Dragon Age, a glitch might happen: all conversation options disappear, and you're left standing there in silence. Usually it's just a small, annoying niggle. But here, it's kind of perfect.
You know how chickens can live without their heads? Same thing with orcs, apparently.
You can die in a lot of gory ways in The Evil Within. But, as this crazy glitch shows, some of them don't even work.
As you can see, minor glitches can help NBA 2K15's sideline reporter do really efficient in-game interviews.
Few things in life give me joy like watching a friend lose it because of a video game glitch. This guy, however, takes it to the next level.
Watch out captain! Cliff ahead! TheBrownCanadian was able to glitch out Assassin's Creed IV and make it look like a Spelljammer-style space pirate game. Anti-gravity engines were not that advanced in the 1700s after all.
Nazis become transparent when you shoot them in Sniper Elite 3, thanks to the gruesome x-ray killcams. But throwing them into water? That's different. Here's YouTuber Skacik showing us one of the funnier glitches of the game.