History PlayingWith / AscendedGlitch

9th Jul '13 8:18:09 PM skywerewolf
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* '''Implied''': The game is basically a wide open sandbox based around building cool machines. The developers normally have something to say on almost every combination and fusion of parts in the game, but there a few rather popular ones that they never seem to have answers for. The next game they do and the function in question was improved from the first game.



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12th Mar '13 11:04:17 AM LadyJafaria
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* '''Exploited''': ???

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* '''Exploited''': ???The company deliberately sells an ObviousBeta so people can find the GoodBadBugs.
6th Feb '13 6:00:34 PM skywerewolf
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* '''Downplayed''': ???

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* '''Downplayed''': ???There is a glitch which sped up characters by doing certain easy actions, the next game enabled a sprint function.



** The glitch was acessed due to it being part of scrapped mechanics. When the fans liked it so much, it was easy to put in the next game.

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** The glitch was acessed accessed due to it being part of scrapped mechanics. When the fans liked it so much, it was easy to put in the next game.
7th Dec '12 9:47:12 AM VPhantom
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* '''Justified''': The glitch was so popular among fans and the developers that they just couldn't NOT keep it.

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* '''Justified''': '''Downplayed''': ???
* '''Justified''':
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The glitch was so popular among fans and the developers that they just couldn't NOT keep it.



** A game is rendered nearly unplayable by silly, intentional glitches.

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** A game is rendered nearly unplayable by silly, intentional glitches.



* '''Deconstructed''':
** The game would have been forgotten but for the fun glitches, and including them in the game is the only reason there was a sequel.
** Someone discovers a glitch, which becomes insanely popular in the fandom; when the developers make a sequel, they attempt to include the glitch's effect as a feature. However, the glitch-as-feature has unintended side effects that render the sequel completely unplayable.
* '''Reconstructed''': Proceeds as the above, until someone discovers an innovative new use of the glitch which makes its inclusion in the sequel justified and saves the game from being a complete failure.



* '''Defied''': Everyone loves the glitch, and the game is genuinely better because of it; however, the developer can't stand the idea that he let a glitch slip past, and adamantly refuses to implement any features even remotely similar to it in an attempt to hide his OldShame. The sequel becomes a critical and commercial bomb, [[MagnumOpusDissonance even though the developer wanted it to be the best game, both critically and commercially]] because the glitch was the main reason why there was a sequel in the first place, and removing any features even remotely related to made it lose its magic.

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* '''Exploited''': ???
* '''Defied''': Everyone loves the glitch, and the game is genuinely better because of it; however, the developer can't stand the idea that he let a glitch slip past, and adamantly refuses to implement any features even remotely similar to it in an attempt to hide his OldShame. The sequel becomes a critical and commercial bomb, [[MagnumOpusDissonance even though the developer wanted it to be the best game, both critically and commercially]] because the glitch was the main reason why there was a sequel in the first place, and removing any features even remotely related to made it lose its magic.



* '''Deconstructed''':
** The game would have been forgotten but for the fun glitches, and including them in the game is the only reason there was a sequel.
** Someone discovers a glitch, which becomes insanely popular in the fandom; when the developers make a sequel, they attempt to include the glitch's effect as a feature. However, the glitch-as-feature has unintended side effects that render the sequel completely unplayable.
* '''Reconstructed''': Proceeds as the above, until someone discovers an innovative new use of the glitch which makes its inclusion in the sequel justified and saves the game from being a complete failure.
* '''Plotted A Good Waste''': The developers intentionally inserted the glitch into the game as an experiment to see if the public would take a glitch well. The result was a suscess.



* '''Plotted A Good Waste''': The developers intentionally inserted the glitch into the game as an experiment to see if the public would take a glitch well. The result was a suscess.



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5th Dec '12 4:02:27 PM skywerewolf
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** The glitch was acessed due to it being part of scrapped mechanics. When the fans liked it so much, it was easy to put in the next game.
28th Jul '12 9:58:13 PM Freyaday
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Back to AscendedGlithc.

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Back to AscendedGlithc.[[AscendedGlitch AscendedGlithc]].
28th Jul '12 9:57:53 PM Freyaday
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Back to AscendedGlitch.

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Back to AscendedGlitch.AscendedGlithc.
26th May '12 5:17:17 AM Telcontar
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* '''Exaggerated''': There is a glitch which fits so well with the game, that it becomes very common in the entire genre the game is in.

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* '''Exaggerated''': '''Exaggerated''':
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There is a glitch which fits so well with the game, that it becomes very common in the entire genre the game is in.



* '''Parodied''': A game is rendered nearly unplayable by silly, intentional glitches.

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* '''Parodied''': '''Parodied''':
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A game is rendered nearly unplayable by silly, intentional glitches.



* '''Deconstructed''': The game would have been forgotten but for the fun glitches, and including them in the game is the only reason there was a sequel.

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* '''Deconstructed''': '''Deconstructed''':
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The game would have been forgotten but for the fun glitches, and including them in the game is the only reason there was a sequel.
18th Feb '12 8:30:33 AM NoMoreFun
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** A puzzle game designed entirely around using "glitches" to beat what appears to be an otherwise impossible game.
29th Sep '11 3:42:43 PM WASD1234
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* '''Defied''': Everyone loves the glitch, and the game is genuinely better off for it; however, the developer can't stand the idea that he let a glitch slip past, and adamantly refuses to implement any features even remotely similar to it in an attempt to hide his OldShame.

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* '''Defied''': Everyone loves the glitch, and the game is genuinely better off for because of it; however, the developer can't stand the idea that he let a glitch slip past, and adamantly refuses to implement any features even remotely similar to it in an attempt to hide his OldShame.OldShame. The sequel becomes a critical and commercial bomb, [[MagnumOpusDissonance even though the developer wanted it to be the best game, both critically and commercially]] because the glitch was the main reason why there was a sequel in the first place, and removing any features even remotely related to made it lose its magic.
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