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Via: Robbie Frederick
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Nintendo ever protective of its business, successfully pulled off a banana peel assault mission on a Japanese business that was trying to scrape together some extra yen by simulating the iconic Mario Kart, in real life. If there's one thing the go kart business MariCar likely learned, it's that you don't go to battle with the damn titan of brands. 

Via: communitychannel
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She definitely gets into it: you can really see the hurt behind her eyes, the pained expression, and yes, of course the sheer virtual reality-ridden ignorance of our racer gamer of the hour. I mean hey, it's hard out here for a dude to hit those checkpoints on the road to topping high score, am I right?

Hopefully he didn't fail his mission, because he's clearly one 'game over' from taking up residence in the doghouse.


I need more of these Sims 'dumps' in my life, dude. If only I could've better document/been aware of how outright perverse and seven kinds of crazy this game was, while playing it as a kid. Because I absolutely don't play it as a current self-proclaimed manchild. *laughs in sims*

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Sims is without a doubt the OG of strange and twisted game glitches, and I'll never get tired of ANY of these.

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Via: Jon Gianelli
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Since we all need a mental health break from the world, please enjoy this fantastic video game design glitch. 

From the original video: "One of the games my students were working on had a glitch today. I made the whole class come and watch. We were all crying we were laughing so hard."


This is good. We need things like this because they are stupid and fun.

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