Oh my god what the hell is this?

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#1 Posted by lavaman77 (567 posts) -

Someone bring the exorcists.



#2 Posted by Clinkz (1118 posts) -

I know; the Mako was a terrifying experience.

#3 Posted by lavaman77 (567 posts) -
@Clinkz said:
" I know; the Mako was a terrifying experience. "
Made more terrifying with the blue alien passing through metal.
#4 Posted by PerryVandell (2103 posts) -

That is what some might call a glitch. They are plentiful in Mass Effect 1.

#5 Posted by lavaman77 (567 posts) -
@Fullmetal216 said:
" That is what some might call a glitch. They are plentiful in Mass Effect 1. "
This is far more sinister than a  simple glitch.
#6 Posted by phish09 (1109 posts) -
@Fullmetal216:

This...and they can be found in every video game ever if you search hard enough. 
#7 Posted by BulletproofMonk (2719 posts) -
@lavaman77 said:
" @Fullmetal216 said:
" That is what some might call a glitch. They are plentiful in Mass Effect 1. "
This is far more sinister than a  simple glitch. "
Not really.
#8 Posted by Yummylee (21464 posts) -

AAAAAHAHAHAHAHAH... but no seriously, this is nothing special.

#9 Posted by TEHMAXXORZ (1199 posts) -

The Mako was a machine made by Satan himself... I hated it thoroughly, like the time it glitched and got me stuck on a planet.  

#10 Posted by Bromeliad (20 posts) -

It's a sunroof! It's good for you. Get some natural light in there and such.


Unless you're on Haestrom.
#11 Posted by Getz (2995 posts) -

Don't you think you're reaching a bit with this? 

#12 Edited by Agent47 (1894 posts) -
@Abyssfull: Yeah I don't get it neither she is just chilling in the Mako nothing unusual.
I think this is a little weirder.
#13 Posted by PerryVandell (2103 posts) -
@lavaman77 said:
" @Fullmetal216 said:
" That is what some might call a glitch. They are plentiful in Mass Effect 1. "
This is far more sinister than a  simple glitch. "
I don't see how a character model clipping through environment is anything sinister. 

This is what I would call a a fucked up glitch:

  
  
#14 Posted by Yummylee (21464 posts) -
@Agent47 said:
" @Abyssfull: Yeah I don't get it neither she is just chilling in the Mako nothing unusual. "
Maybe it's the OP's first ever glitch he's encountered himself.
#15 Posted by Beaudacious (927 posts) -

Its a joke, this thread must be full of serious internetz people.

Its the new model of R2D2, comes in a sexy alien form will all the trimmings. I guess regualr old R2D2 wasn't cutting it during those crash landings on barren planets.

#16 Posted by MariachiMacabre (7069 posts) -
@Fullmetal216 said:
" @lavaman77 said:
" @Fullmetal216 said:
" That is what some might call a glitch. They are plentiful in Mass Effect 1. "
This is far more sinister than a  simple glitch. "
I don't see how a character model clipping through environment is anything sinister. 

This is what I would call a a fucked up glitch:

  
  
"
Oh man is that disturbing. Good stuff.
#17 Posted by nintendoeats (5975 posts) -
@Agent47:  Maybe that was the inspiration for that awesome mission in ME2?
#18 Posted by TheDudeOfGaming (6078 posts) -
@Fullmetal216: I'd call that the most awesome bug in the history of bugs, and in any case i prefer MAKO to the planet scanning bullshit in ME2
#19 Posted by Sweep (8837 posts) -

If we started a new thread every time someone found a bug in the original Mass Effect then there wouldn't be room to talk about anything else.


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