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Some NPCs In Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Look Scary Up Close

If you dig around Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, you will find some interesting stuff out of bounds. For example, a bunch of cool, unused stuff is hidden beneath some planets. But there are also some terrifying low-poly NPCs that players weren’t meant to see up close. Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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All The Little Details Hidden In Untitled Goose Game

Untitled Goose Game has quickly become one of the most popular games of 2019. It turns out people love honking and annoying villagers. Makes sense. But the camera in the game is limited and this makes it hard to see what’s inside some buildings or other out of bound secrets.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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All The Little Details Hidden In Untitled Goose Game

Untitled Goose Game has quickly become one of the most popular games of 2019. It turns out people love honking and annoying villagers. Makes sense. But the camera in the game is limited and this makes it hard to see what’s inside some buildings or other out of bound secrets.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Borderlands 2 Developer Explains Why The Game Is Filled With Weird, Hidden Cubes

Popular YouTube channel Boundary Break, who has popped up on Kotaku multiple times, has released a new video where he explores Borderlands 2. But this time the channel was able to get a developer from the studio behind Borderlands, Gearbox, to actually help explain some of the more strange out of bound secrets and…Read more… […]

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Getting Out Of Bounds In Nintendogs Makes The Puppies Act Weird

Over on the popular YouTube channel Boundary Break, the latest video is about the handheld classic game, Nintendogs. While not the longest episode, getting to see how developers worked around the limits of the 3DS is very interesting. But when breaking boundaries, sometimes odd things happen you don’t expect. Read more…

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YouTuber Shows That Shovel Knight Is Actually 3D

Recently, the popular YouTube channel Boundary Break worked closely with developer Yacht Club Games to do a special episode taking a look at the developer’s beloved Shovel Knight series. What the YouTuber found is that the Shovel Knight games are actually 2D games built in a 3D engine.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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YouTuber Discovers Strange Things Hidden In The Simpsons: Hit & Run 

Boundary Break’s latest video is all about the fan-favorite game The Simpsons: Hit & Run and some of the weird things hiding outside the game world. Like the channel’s previous episode about LEGO Star Wars, this episode also includes a former developer on the game explaining some of the weirder discoveries.Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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YouTuber Teams Up With LEGO Star Wars Developer To Explain Its Secrets

The YouTube channel Boundary Break has been featured many times on Kotaku, but the channel’s most recent video is maybe my favorite. That’s because a developer who worked on LEGO Star Wars actually joined the YouTuber and helped explain some of the secrets found while exploring outside the boundaries of the game.Read more… Continue Reading […]

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YouTube Video Breaks Down Some Of Nintendo’s Best Gear

The YouTube channel Boundary Break usually checks out what goes on out of bounds in video games, but their latest video breaks down some of Nintendo’s most well-known hardware to show secret messages and exactly what made your Zapper sound so weird.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Weird Stuff Happens Off Screen In Kingdom Hearts II

Kingdom Hearts II contains dozens of worlds to explore and hundreds of cutscenes to watch. The latest episode of YouTube show Boundary Break sheds light on some of the tricks behind the game’s awesome presentation. These include squishing characters’ heads and building entire cityscapes that the player never gets to…Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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GTA V’s North Yankton Is Beautifully Incomplete 

Ludendorff, North Yankton is where the prologue of Grand Theft Auto V takes place. You’re there to steal some cash and then things go sideways, setting in motion the game’s main events nine years later. The town is sort of an after thought, in other words, with lots of low-res textures and missing stuff. That’s […]

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