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Submitted by Tyrus_91 1217d ago | opinion piece

The Most Notorious Multiplayer Gaming Exploits writes: Whether you love them or hate them, exploits and glitches will always be a reality in competitive multiplayer. While many are harmless, amusing or stupid, spawning from player exploration and gameplay manipulation, there have been some major unintended or unforseen broken bits within our beloved multiplayer titles over the years that have had serious and/or game-breaking impact on strategy and playstyles.

It's safe to say not all of these exploits are fondly remembered for simply being charming or funny. We take a look at some of the most notorious known exploits to come out of multiplayer gaming. (Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, Gears of War, Halo 2, PC, PS3, Super Smash Bros. Melee, Wii, Xbox 360)

Cerberus29  +   1217d ago
The goldeneye one never really upset me since we never took it seriously when we played it. Hell, most of the time we would set the time limit to unlimited and just goof around for a while.
General Shrooms  +   1217d ago
wall bouncing isn't a exploit, its a feature.

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