Thanks to a newly discovered in-game exploit, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild players can collect infinite Korok Seeds.
A group of players highlight their adventure when they push past Red Dead Online's boundaries and discover another world
Breath of the Wild continues to deliver in easter eggs just waiting to be discovered. For instance, a glitch that lets you see underwater.
Red Dead Redemption 2's northern areas can be freely explored, uncovering hidden frozen lakes, by using camping-based map glitch.
Ubisoft is slowly patching all of the notable exploits from The Division, according to the change log for today's server update. These include the infamous double revive glitch, as well as the newly-discovered talent-stacking glitch.
Ever wanted to control eight characters simultaneously in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U? Probably not. But with the newest glitch spotted by Reddit user Gluetendo, you can do just that. While it amounts to nothing more
Chris Faylor, Community Manager of Gearbox Software, today posted on the Gearbox forums regarding an exploit that is corrupting players on Xbox Live (there are conflicting reports as to whether it happens on PC as well, so
It figures that one of the only Gorons to make an appearance in The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword would be a total bastard. Nintendo has heard your woeful cries regarding the progress lock-out glitch, and
Sweet mercy, this is bizarre and horrendous. Skyward Sword players, take heed: whatever you do, do not go to Lanaryu Desert for the first "Song of the Hero" quest. If you do, you won't be able to
Poor Skyrim. First the PlayStation3 version of the game is marred by crippling lag, and now the PC version of the game has just received a patch that won't allow it to run without Steam.