Active Worlds is an MMO from 1995 that nobody really plays anymore. That’s where this story begins.
Vinesauce Vinny has always been good at turning video games into glitchy nightmares, and this time he doesn't even need special tools for that. The Wii U's camera, its face recognition software, and a couple of celebrities and characters are enough to create their avatars in Mii form.
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.
I've played Super Mario 64 before. Maybe you have too—but you've probably never played it as a horrific corrupted hellscape, like it appears in this glitch run of the game by vinesauce.
Now, as much as I adore Donkey Kong 64 as a cherished game from my childhood, I can't really say the game has held up well over time. I'm not trying to replay it or anything...well, unless I could play a glitched out version of it, like Vinesauce does here. It would be too hilarious not to enjoy!
Conker's Bad Fur Day is a pretty outrageous game, for something on the N64. But throw in a few glitches and corruptions in there, like vinesauce does, and it becomes particularly ridiculous. Like something out of a nightmare, actually!