Skip to main content

If video game glitches were real

From Red Dead’s horrendously disfigured donkey women, to Fog Town, USA (population: every N64 owner ever); bugs and glitches have been sullying games and offending our eye holes since the dawn of time. Alright, a couple of decades. But what if video game glitches existed in real life? Well, in the spirit of asking a question no one’s ever asked, we’ve explored this burning, imaginary debate with the power of a photographic shop.

Pop-up

Screen-tearing

Clipping

Getting stuck on scenery

Fogging

Invisible walls

Just in case you're wondering, my zombified corpse has finally been taken out by a man in a floral dress, wielding a sledgehammer with an axe taped to it. You will hear from it no more.

Feb 25, 2011

Feb 25, 2011

David Meikleham
Google AMP Stories Editor

David has worked for Future under many guises, including for GamesRadar+ and the Official Xbox Magazine. He is currently the Google Stories Editor for GamesRadar and PC Gamer, which sees him making daily video Stories content for both websites. David also regularly writes features, guides, and reviews for both brands too.