4The Skyrim Planking Dead
Sandbox games have the great advantage of allowing you to do things like throw 200 dead bodies off the highest mountain in the world, which is exactly what YouTube user GOXSTRAP was doing in Skyrim when he discovered the creepy, yet oddly hilarious, angry dead of Skyrim.
The video begins with the world's biggest waterfall made entirely out of corpses, which are thrown from the top of the Throat of the World, Skyrim's highest point. Frankly, who hasn't done something like this out of boredom in an open-world game? It's pretty much par for the course.
"To receive our help, you must travel to the land of- Hey, what are you doing? MOTHER OF GOD!"
Then, he tries the stunt again, but with living people. This is where things get bizarre. Upon flying down to examine his works, he discovers something kind of creepy: Some of the "corpses" lying on the ground aren't dead, and they're still able to kind of pivot and face him. Also, they're yelling threats, like the worst parody of the Black Knight scene from Monty Python and the Holy Grail.
"Don't mind me. Just making snow demons."
Then the whole thing collapses into absurdity as the characters, still lying "dead" on the ground, begin slithering around like the world is their Slip 'n Slide, continuing to shout and threaten bodily harm.
This is what we're picturing the next time we watch The Evil Dead.
Finally, to put the cherry on this surreal sundae, the player runs while several of the bodies chase him through a pass and onto the other side of the mountain before finally throwing himself off the edge of a cliff, like some weird kind of campfire story karma. Luckily for him (and his soul), he lives, and the corpses apparently disappear, or at least lose interest and return to being dead. Or maybe they just went to chase someone else and are still out there.
3The Giant Trophy-Shaped Car in Gran Turismo 2
Because having nearly 650 cars to choose from just isn't enough for some people, a Gran Turismo 2 player figured out how to access a bunch of extra vehicles that were coded into the game but never used. You can see their bodywork and stats and all. Awesome, right? Well, let's see how one of these secret cars looks like on the ro-
That's not a car. As punishment from the gods of racing for peeking behind the curtains of this game, the player ended up driving random game objects, like signs or that giant trophy, which looks like the driver got lost on his way to a homecoming parade. The thing may look utterly ridiculous, not to mention impractical, but it can actually achieve some pretty good speeds, and you can do all types of maneuvers with it.
Just don't try to drive into a tunnel.
The same glitch also allows you to drive some type of invisible car that can apparently fly and fall out of reality. Actually, it's not completely invisible: You can see the tires, which are sometimes square.
Wonder Woman just got a big ol' lady boner.