Kotaku: It’s Not A Glitch. It’s A Feature. It’s Art. It’s Beautiful.

Kotaku: It’s Not A Glitch. It’s A Feature. It’s Art. It’s Beautiful.

I love game glitches. I’m currently making a game centered around glitches. This post on Kotaku by Patricia Hernandez really captures the wonder and excitement behind finding these priceless flaws in human error.

Finding a glitch is like finding gold. Finding MISSINGNO., going to World -1, or even tilting a cartridge – it makes you feel like an adventurer that has traveled beyond the game. If you love glitches, you’ll want to read this, and sink deep into nostalgia.

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KeithM

Computer Scientist for Engility, and Indie Game Dev from New Jersey. Loves playing games, and loves making them, too.

2 thoughts on “Kotaku: It’s Not A Glitch. It’s A Feature. It’s Art. It’s Beautiful.”

    1. True, but some people get really creative with them. Like the BEN (Majora’s Mask) creepypasta was made with little video editing and exploiting glitches and cheats.

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