When most of us see a goomba, our instinct is to try to squash it, get rid of it. Turns out, though, that goombas can be way more useful than that.
I’m not an expert or anything, but I’m pretty sure sex isn’t supposed to work this way. (NSFW warning!) »
Artist Martin Olsson uses a combination of Skyrim glitches and CGI software to create some truly horrifying animations. That poor skeleton! »
This should have been a regular game of indoor football, only everyone (even the ref) is wearing a set of VR goggles, replacing their normal vision with a top-down view of the pitch. Essentially, they’re playing themselves in a game of FIFA. »
It’s taken From Software more than a year, but it’s addressed the durability bug that’s plagued Dark Souls 2 since its release in early 2014.
The above image gives a marvelous view of Mario Kart 8 racetrack Music Park. It’s also a screenshot the player shouldn’t have been able to capture. »
The most menacing Pokémon of all can become quite game-breaking in the hands of savvy Smash Bros. players. »
I’ll admit it: I’m not above exploiting a game if I feel like it adds to the experience. In the case of Left 4 Dead 2, when I ran into some players who taught me a trick to lagging out the game, I was happy to play along. »
From Software has been ignoring a durability bug in Dark Souls II for the past year, but it’s getting addressed in an upcoming patch. »
Dark Souls 2: Scholar of the First Sin runs at a terrific frame rate, and it’s great! Unfortunately, that introduces a glitch that degrades your weapons really fast, and From Software doesn’t seem to care. »
Kirby inhales so many things with reckless abandon that it was only a matter of time before one such thing came back to haunt him. And so Smash players discovered an exploit this week that turns him into an raging fireball. Fire Kirby doesn’t change much, gameplay-wise. But it’d make a hell of an anti-smoking ad. »
Update 4/1: We’re hearing many reports from players that the latest patch seems to have fixed this exploit. »