No matter how much a game is QA tested before it’s released, there’s always going to be a loophole, a glitch, or a bug that goes unnoticed. That is, at least, until the game falls into the hands of the players. Once a game is in the wild, the tiniest crack in the code will instantly be swarmed by a freight train of players who exploit the issue for their own gain.And we’re not pointing fingers, because we’ve definitely done our fair share of it over the years! We’ve used weapon and item dupe exploits, bugs that allow powerful bosses be killed with no risk, achievement and XP farming, and more—hell, just last week Chris was using an exploit in GTA Online (which has now been fixed) to win big at the casino horse races.So we’re coming clean and admitting our crimes against games—though some of us clearly feel no shame about it. Our question for our staff and readers is: What’s the biggest game exploit you’ll admit to using? Come on, it’s okay. You can tell us. We’re just as guilty as anyone.Phil Savage: Team Fortress 2 – achievement farmingIt’s a point of pride that I never resorted to… Read full this story
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