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Submitted by shoinan 1779d ago | article

Top Ten RPG Exploits

Troy Bond of TheGameReviews writes: "Role-playing games always had weaknesses long before they entered computer form. Likewise, gamers have always found those weaknesses without fail. While taking advantage of these loopholes may technically fall within the boundaries set by a computer RPG's AI or scripting, it's usually not what the game's designers intended, and arguably takes one out of the role-playing experience - unless one is role-playing someone who exploits the fabric of reality. Here are the top ten RPG exploits." (Culture)

cain141  +   1779d ago
I like oblivions floating paint brushes...
reddevilyi  +   1779d ago
Man, they made it so easy to do the whole "Hide the item in the corner and then steal it" trick in Fallout 3. I couldn't help but do it!
shoinan  +   1779d ago
True that
I mighta abused that one a bit ;)
Haly  +   1779d ago
I try to avoid reloading earlier save points but it is oh so tempting sometimes.
StylizedPlayer  +   1779d ago
Is it me or do are all these glitches present in Oblivion?
Tony P  +   1779d ago
Sure.

Oblivion (& TES in general) is one of the most featured RPG franchises so it has a lot more to exploit than your average RPG.
Redempteur  +   1779d ago
LOl this article should have been

TOP TEN WRPG Exploits
BetaChris  +   1779d ago
I don't think I've intentionally used any known exploit in an RPG. Of course, known may be the operative word ;)
midi  +   1779d ago
Strangely, this article made me want to finish Oblivion.

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