At 16 years old, Super Smash Bros. Melee has no shortage of unique glitches and mechanics hidden in its GameCube-era code. At this past weekend’s Runback 2017, Justin “Plup” McGrath went hurtling into one of those glitches during a doubles match: an invisible ceiling that spiked him back down to the ground.
You’ve spent a handful of hours scurrying around thick jungles, frozen snow fields, and gloopy swamps to find enough shiny gold book pages to complete Yooka-Laylee. But wait! The game wants you to collect even more. Thankfully, with some out of bounds trickery, you can ignore that and skip to the final boss.
Last year, a speedrunner managed to break through an infamous Wind Waker HD roadblock that players believed was impossible to skip. No one could figure out how it was done until now, and the discovery is shaking up how runners play the game.
Earlier this week, an infamous Super Mario 64 trick discovered last year was finally accomplished on actual N64 hardware with the help of a bot that worked for over thirteen hours.
Things get weird on Mass Effect: Andromeda’s desert world of Eos when you start pushing the Nomad over 160 kilometers per hour. As several players have reported on Reddit, the glitch happens while zooming around the planet’s surface at high speeds.
For brief period over the weekend, Grand Theft Auto Online players were robbed of one of the game’s basic joys—they couldn’t steal police cars. Fortunately for them, the police couldn’t access them either.
There’s a lot of stuff you can do in MLB The Show 17. You can throw balls, swing bats, and up until recently, create unholy baseball abominations like the above.
In the latest version of Overwatch, using Mercy’s “hello” emote while floating through the sky can yield some wicked results.
A hilarious glitch made its way into Overwatch with Tuesday’s update. Dvas are getting flung out of their mech suits and into the abyss on the 3v3 mode’s Ecopoint Antarctica map.
Pokémon Bank, the service that allows players to transfer monsters between titles, is now live for Pokémon Sun and Moon. It was only a matter of time before people tested out if Pokémon’s most infamous glitch could be imported into the service, and thus, the latest games.
We all knew Mei’s ice walls could be deadly as hell, but what happens when multiple Meis start placing frozen barriers one on top of the other in rapid succession?
In 2001's Paper Mario, our favorite hero in blue overalls saves the day, just like he always does. Peach helps, but in the end, it’s Mario who defeats Bowser. For years, however, speedrunners and glitch hunters have attempted to rewrite that sequence of events.
For some time now, the trenches of Battlefield 1 have been capturing the most authentic aspects of World War One. Snipers on horseback, soldiers leaping into planes from the ground, and medics that don’t heal people. But the most authentic and real to life thing might be the flying tanks. Just like the old days.
Some time ago, the “Impossible Coin” was discovered in Super Mario 64. It took 18 years to finally collect. Mario 64 guru Scott “pannenkoek2012" Buchanan recently discovered a new, unobtainable coin in Tiny Huge Island
If you’ve been playing Battlefield 1 this weekend, you might have seen the game’s gorgeous zeppelins do something unexpected.
Today on Highlight Reel we have WWE Belts, FIFA celebrations, Gears glitches, swearing, and much more!