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Submitted by Tyrus_91 769d ago | opinion piece

WTF: The Most Ridiculous and Inappropriate Gaming Glitches

MMGN.com: "Whether you love 'em or hate 'em, glitches will always exist. It doesn't matter that our games are getting better graphics or optimised engines, because bugs still persist in some form or another, and while there is plenty of variety -- from the annoying to the game-breaking -- there are some that get stuck in your head more than others... in a extremely amusing, but often "holy shit!" kind of way.

MMGN takes a look at some of the most bizzare, inappropriate and often hilarious "holy shit" glitches to come out of gaming in the last few years. Share your own below." (Aliens: Colonial Marines, Battlefield 3, Culture, Dragon Age: Origins, Fallout: New Vegas, Heavy Rain , Mass Effect 2, PS3, Super Smash Bros. Brawl, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Wii, Xbox 360)

sdozzo  +   769d ago
Not phone friendly but I'm sure they're good.
Sam Fisher  +   769d ago
Yea was just thinking that... Thanks smartphones....:(

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