Today on Highlight Reel we have modding nightmares, Battlefield assists, FIFA celebrations, and much more!
The newest Madden game just came out, and it has an interactive story mode that actually sounds really cool. After waiting six months for the game to go on sale for $20, I’ll probably give it a whirl. The rest of the game is about what you expect by now. Those who pay 60 bucks year after year for the game see…
Overwatch’s Summer Games end on August 29, which means there’s not much time left to get good at Lucioball. Except no one is that good at Lucioball, even the players ranked in top 500. But while players who hate it have already gone back to playing Rocket League, the competitive Lucioball players left standing have…
Ocarina of Time has been turned inside out by speedrunners who are still hungry to find new glitches that could improve their times. Yesterday, a new glitch was discovered that could make some major changes to speedrunning the game.
Car Mechanic Simulator 2014 and 2015 are two of the highest-rated sim games on Steam. Released last week, Car Simulator 2018 is a bug-riddled mess with average user reviews hovering around 57 percent. Polish developer Red Dot Games has issued an apology to players and promises to make it all better.
Smartphone app Kimi to Kiri no Labyrinth is Square Enix’s new beautiful boy game. It’s spawned some handsome bugs and glitches.
Event 0 is a science fiction game that came out last year. Since release, players have discovered four different endings to the game—which is strange, because according to the designer, it only has three.
Mario Maker’s last content update dropped over a year ago, but hardcore fans aren’t ready to let go yet. Instead, some of the community introduces new features through glitches, though Nintendo doesn’t seem to be a fan of the practice.
The Final Fantasy Series Relay Race III is going on right now, with three teams of seventeen people competing to see which can beat every game in the series first.
It’s been almost 30 years since Super Mario Bros. 3 released for the NES, but we’re still discussing its secrets in 2017. In this case: glitch levels that are hiding within SMB3. Perhaps you’ve seen them before.
The latest car added to GTA Online is the Infernus Classic, an expensive 80s-era Vice City vehicle that can now be driven around in modern-day Los Santos. One problem: the car is broken.
The original generation of Pokémon had 150 special monsters to find. One of the most elusive was the legendary psychic type Mewtwo. But if there was a Mewtwo, that left a question: where was the original Mew?
It’s been over twenty years since the release of the original Red and Blue, but people are still messing around with the games to discover new glitches and exploits. It’s incredible.
Donkey Kong 64 is packed to the brim with coins and bananas. Nearly two decades since the game’s release in 1999, a dedicated speedrunner has found a new coin for players to collect.
In the waning hours of the Awesome Games Done Quick charity marathon, player grandpoobear raced through Super Dram World, a game designed to torture speedrunners.
The Stanley Parable is receiving a new update to remove a mysterious black obelisk found in one of its hidden endings. The ending in question requires players to partake in a four-hour-long joke mini-game. According to creator Davey Wreden, the strange obelisk is actually the result of a bug.
Pokémon games tend to scale monsters down, so you don’t get a good sense of a creature’s true size (according to the lore.) A recent glitch within Pokémon Go presents the opposite problem: it is making Pokémon ENORMOUS.
Fun fact: the Game Boy Color’s memory doesn’t disappear when you turn it off. Players are taking advantage of this quirk in 2016, and using it to bend and break games in entirely new ways.