Kotaku - Glitches and bugs are a part of life when games launch. Since they can be patched via download, don't think of them as negatives, early adaptors, but features. Delicious features that can provide enjoyment.
Haha that's kinda creepy.
Ha, reminds me of the glitch in BF3. There was a similar one when someone went prone too.
yawn kotaku...... Its selling well. Just live it and move on.
How is this even.... ah never mind.
lol, reminds me of the cougar man from red dead redemption.
And Donkey woman
I came here to mention the donkey lady from red dead redemption but you beat me too it! lol such a funny glitch
Lol, I approve
Wow uncharted 3 the best game in histroy of gaming has a glitch.
This comment is an anomaly. People who love and people who hate Uncharted 3 will disagree with it. I think this is some sort of event.
I fell through the floor of the Syrian Castle last night after buddy spawning and could still kill people.
I was caught in quite a few glitches in the other two Uncharted games, one bad one where I was caught in the middle of some cogs turning and I had no way to kill myself and no enemies around to kill me, I didn't save so I ended up losing around 45 minutes and had to do that part over again. Sadly, when your on a tight release schedule, especially a 2 year release schedule, these types of things tend to come up from time to time.
Hmm, strange. All 3 Uncharted games autosave very often and at every checkpoint which there are plenty, usually it's every room/massive gun fight. I never lost more than 5 minues of progress even when I turn off my PS3 in the middle of the game.
looks like what's his faces name from the League of extraordinary gentlemen! the invisible fellow
Looks like they dropped a bucket of paint on top of the invisible man. LOL XperiaRay
I experienced a hilarious glitch in syria where charlies body started twitching forward and back like he was grooving to the beat of his favourite song. It happened during and after the cutscene where you have to find the north star in the sky.
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