History Main / GoodBadBugs

31st Jan '18 8:02:27 AM Cryoclaste
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* A good amount of games that has developed these GoodBadBugs, have gotten good to the point that they are seen as part of the game, sometimes becoming an AscendedGlitch. Some of those bugs go from Wall-Bouncing from GearsOfWar, to canceling the reload animation in some games, and crouch-jumping. Some of these have become so well integrated with the game that they are seen as part of the game and sometimes crucial, to the point that they are allowed at tournaments and official games.

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* A good amount of games that has developed these GoodBadBugs, have gotten good to the point that they are seen as part of the game, sometimes becoming an AscendedGlitch. Some of those bugs go from Wall-Bouncing from GearsOfWar, ''VideoGame/GearsOfWar,'' to canceling the reload animation in some games, and crouch-jumping. Some of these have become so well integrated with the game that they are seen as part of the game and sometimes crucial, to the point that they are allowed at tournaments and official games.
27th Jan '18 5:45:42 PM Anorgil
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** ''Videogame/SaintsRow1'' had, in the words of Cabel Sasser, "the world's most awesome bugs." [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9l_YN-yRCVY He even composed a medley about them.]]
6th Jan '18 5:55:16 PM JM1982
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If a Good Bad Bug is liked ''enough'', it may become an AscendedGlitch. {{Game Breaker}}s, while amusing, may be fixed to prevent GameplayDerailment. In some games, the bugs are a major draw for the game, which can lead to claims of ILikedItBetterWhenItSucked if removed. In a few cases, the bugs may even serve as unintentional {{AntiFrustrationFeature}}s

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If a Good Bad Bug is liked ''enough'', it may become an AscendedGlitch. {{Game Breaker}}s, while amusing, may be fixed to prevent GameplayDerailment. In some games, the bugs are a major draw for the game, which can lead to claims of ILikedItBetterWhenItSucked if removed. In a few cases, the bugs may even serve as unintentional {{AntiFrustrationFeature}}s
{{Anti Frustration Feature}}s
6th Jan '18 5:55:03 PM JM1982
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If a Good Bad Bug is liked ''enough'', it may become an AscendedGlitch. {{Game Breaker}}s, while amusing, may be fixed to prevent GameplayDerailment. In some games, the bugs are a major draw for the game, which can lead to claims of ILikedItBetterWhenItSucked if removed.

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If a Good Bad Bug is liked ''enough'', it may become an AscendedGlitch. {{Game Breaker}}s, while amusing, may be fixed to prevent GameplayDerailment. In some games, the bugs are a major draw for the game, which can lead to claims of ILikedItBetterWhenItSucked if removed. \n In a few cases, the bugs may even serve as unintentional {{AntiFrustrationFeature}}s
14th Dec '17 7:47:22 PM Malady
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* ''{{Sinistar}}'' had a bug that allowed you to acquire 255 ships. It takes a second or two for the Sinistar to eat your ship, during which a Warrior ship can shoot you, making you lose two lives at once. If you started with one life, your number of lives would drop from 1 to 0 to -1. Since this number was stored as an 8-bit unsigned integer, -1 would register as 255.

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* ''{{Sinistar}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Sinistar}}'' had a bug that allowed you to acquire 255 ships. It takes a second or two for the Sinistar to eat your ship, during which a Warrior ship can shoot you, making you lose two lives at once. If you started with one life, your number of lives would drop from 1 to 0 to -1. Since this number was stored as an 8-bit unsigned integer, -1 would register as 255.
5th Dec '17 1:39:14 AM DeepRed
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* In the '50s and early '60s, electric guitarists strove to eliminate feedback and distortion in favor of a clean sound. The emergence of heavy rock in the mid-late '60s prompted guitarists like [[Music/TheWho Pete Townshend]] and Music/JimiHendrix to exploit feedback and distortion for ever-louder sounds and changed rock and roll forever.

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* In the '50s and early '60s, electric guitarists strove to eliminate feedback and distortion in favor of a clean sound. The emergence of heavy rock in the mid-late '60s prompted guitarists like [[Music/TheKinks Dave Davies]], [[Music/TheWho Pete Townshend]] and Music/JimiHendrix to exploit feedback and distortion for ever-louder sounds and changed rock and roll forever.
23rd Oct '17 4:34:31 AM Thrawcheld
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** This was such a horrific thing to be on the receiving end of that Germany actually accused the United States of human rights violations for using the shotguns to clear trenches, citing the part of the Geneva Convention restricting the use of cruel and unnecessarily painful weapons. Note that, in the trenches, your one other option was a trench knife that would undoubtedly cause a [[FateWorseThanDeath festering wound in a war zone.]] Compared to that, [[MercyKill the shotgun was downright humane.]]

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** This was such a horrific thing to be on the receiving end of that Germany actually accused the United States of human rights violations for using the shotguns to clear trenches, citing the part of the Geneva Hague Convention restricting the use of cruel and unnecessarily painful weapons. Note that, in the trenches, your one other option was a trench knife that would undoubtedly cause a [[FateWorseThanDeath festering wound in a war zone.]] Compared to that, [[MercyKill the shotgun was downright humane.]]
19th Oct '17 10:06:09 AM Antronach
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* ''VideoGame/{{Bayonetta}}'' has a rocket launcher, which is very powerful but slow firing. The bug is exploited by putting her claw weapon in lightning mode on her feet in the first weapon set and the rocket launcher on the second. Then just use the [[SpamAttack rapid-fire kick attack]] of the lightning claw and [[RealTimeWeaponChange switch weapons]] after the animation starts. Bayonetta will continue to do the claw kick animation and fire the rocket launcher with every kick for massive damage.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Bayonetta}}'' has the Lt. Col. Kilgore, the slow but powerful rocket launcher tonfas that can launch a rocket launcher, which is very powerful but slow firing. The bug is exploited by with each attack. By putting her claw weapon the Durga in lightning mode on her feet in the first weapon set and the rocket launcher Kilgore on the second. Then just second, use the [[SpamAttack rapid-fire kick attack]] of the Durga's lightning claw mode and [[RealTimeWeaponChange switch weapons]] after the animation starts. Bayonetta will continue to do the claw Durga's kick animation and fire the rocket launcher Kilgore's rockets with every kick for massive damage.kick. Mind you, the rockets are balanced to only launch one or two per attack.
** Using this glitch on the fight at the end of Chapter 2 during the fight's invulnerability phase can get you ''millions'' of halos.
19th Oct '17 7:08:47 AM case
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** By repeatedly giving instructions to the [=NPCs=] it is possible to coax a hansom cab driver out of their cab and onto a ''train'', which then departs. Having done that, returning to the abandoned hansom cab will have you driven to a bizarre location where you can pick up objects such as "innocent, guilty, an opium den, and a Russian agent".

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** By repeatedly giving instructions to the [=NPCs=] it is possible to coax a hansom cab driver out of their cab and onto a ''train'', which then departs. Having done that, returning to the abandoned hansom cab will have you driven to a [[MinusWorld bizarre location location]] where you can pick up objects such as "innocent, guilty, an opium den, and a Russian agent".
8th Sep '17 12:47:28 PM SeptimusHeap
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* The video game adaptation of ''[[Franchise/{{Spider-Man}} Spider-Man 2]]'' allows you to fly into the stratosphere if you're hit by the train.

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* The video game adaptation of ''[[Franchise/{{Spider-Man}} ''[[Franchise/SpiderMan} Spider-Man 2]]'' allows you to fly into the stratosphere if you're hit by the train.
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