10 Craziest Out of Bounds Discoveries in Games - Part II

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10 Craziest Out of Bounds Discoveries in Games - Part II
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  • Sometimes we come across a location in a game that we're not supposed to get into.
  • And if you're anything like me it becomes difficult to resist the urge to break
  • the game and find out what's on the other side.
  • And sometimes what we find on the other side can be pretty surprising.
  • Thanks to the many out-of-bounds discoveries I found out about since
  • making the last video, today we're diving into the top 10 things that were found
  • out of bounds in a video game, part 2.
  • Super Mario Sunshine.
  • This is one of those things where you have to wonder
  • how the hell did anyone notice this?
  • Outside the bounds of Pinna Park in Super Mario Sunshine, there's an odd
  • discovery to be found if you glitch yourself underneath the map.
  • Sitting next to whatever the hell this thing is, if
  • you were to angle the camera just right while underneath the intended playable
  • area, a question mark is suddenly revealed underneath the surface of the
  • ground... and if Mario were to touch it.
  • He gets zapped?
  • Well it gets even stranger than that.
  • If the player can angle the camera underneath the surface of the
  • ground, the question mark actually transforms into this thing.
  • What the hell is this?
  • Apparently this is a cut enemy referred to in the files of the game as
  • Kug.
  • The weirdest thing about this is there's no other 2D enemy like this
  • anywhere else in the game which makes for a sharp contrast in a fully 3d game.
  • Further fueling the mystery the shock it gives mario upon touch leaves some
  • players speculating the Kug's placement is actually a placeholder for a totally
  • cut enemy.
  • One that assumably has something to do with electric.
  • What that enemy's supposed to be and why it was
  • sitting underneath the map in the first place is still unknown.
  • Timesplitters: Future Perfect.
  • In the level Breaking and Entering, there's a sequence where you
  • have to hack into this security system and through the use of first-person
  • views through mounted cameras, you watch and remotely defend a mysterious woman
  • breaking into this facility.
  • In this scene, a room appears that the player
  • never actually physically enters - only appearing through the temporary view of
  • this camera.
  • That is of course unless you've obtained a Codebreakers disk and
  • use the disable collisions code to get yourself inside this room before ever
  • reaching the security camera scene at all.
  • Once you're inside the room, you can explore the room from every possible
  • angle that you couldn't see through the view of the camera.
  • Right underneath where the camera was you can find what
  • else but... uh... bananas?
  • Now why would this be here in a spot that no player could ever
  • possibly see without hacking the game?
  • Some investigative players have suggested the bananas may be here as a
  • target for the enemies to shoot at when they enter the room but the question
  • still remains: why bananas?
  • Although the theory that the enemies may be shooting
  • at the bananas makes sense, it doesn't fully look to me like they
  • are shooting in the direction of the bananas.
  • Maybe..
  • This is another one for the ongoing list of unsolved mysteries.
  • MX vs. ATV Unleashed.
  • In MX vs. ATV Unleashed if a player manages to get far
  • enough out of the bounds of the playable environment, the game has an
  • interesting way of ejecting the player back into the game world.
  • What's awesome about this out-of-bounds easter egg, not only is it fun as hell,
  • it's actually a running gag in multiple Rainbow Studios games, appearing in the
  • games Motocross Madness, ATV Off-Road Fury, and even features an interesting
  • change up in the game Splashdown.
  • That's a little creepy. - "Dudddee!"
  • Call of Duty Modern Warfare.
  • If you saw my last video on this subject, I covered a still
  • interactive RPG weapon sitting out of bounds on top of the building in
  • Advanced Warfare that belonged to one of the older titles in the series.
  • Well, strangely enough a very similar instance
  • actually happened in the original Modern Warfare.
  • First you have to get on top of this dilapidated wall, strafe jump to the
  • top of this roof, and boom, you're out.
  • Not too shabby.
  • Now you just make your way all the way to this spot and you can find a fully
  • operable World War 2-style machine gun floating in the air just like the other
  • gun was.
  • Why's this keep happening?
  • Funny enough there's an extremely easy to miss
  • reference to this glitch in the 2016 remaster... if you were to try to get out
  • of the bounds the same way as before on this rooftop, you'll notice how they put
  • a caution sign right in the spot you could originally slip through the level.
  • Nice little nod to that original mistake.
  • I also read in a lot of places that they sealed the spot with an invisible
  • wall but not sure where they're getting that from.
  • Turns out all they did was add the sign.
  • As you may have thought, the misplaced gun was removed from the
  • out of bounds spot and the remastered edition, but there's still a number of
  • interesting things that you can find out there.
  • Pokémon Crystal.
  • I had a comment from the last video telling me to cover the
  • ghost girl of glitch city.
  • While the name certainly piqued my curiosity, it sounded
  • to me like one of the many, many ridiculous Pokémon creepypastas out
  • there circulating the internet.
  • But I thought, hey, I'll look into it.
  • Maybe this one is different.
  • Unfortunately, Gameboy Pokémon games in cartridge form are pretty airtight when
  • it comes to breaking out of the bounds. But with the use of an emulator you can
  • disable collisions at the beginning of the game and walk right through the
  • walls.
  • Now you just save the game at this exact coordinate,
  • shut the game off, reload the save file, and boom - welcome to glitch city.
  • As the name suggests, this is a pretty, glitched city.
  • But if you manage to navigate your way through glitch city without the game
  • crashing on you, sure enough you'll find... the ghost of glitch city.
  • Wait a second, is that the same ghost from Pokemon X&Y?
  • "No you're not the one."
  • Ugh.
  • In certain instances you can even enter a battle with her, but the text string for
  • her name is so long it instantly crashes the game.
  • But with some additional hacking the ghost girl's
  • character class can be reassigned and auto-input can be disabled, which will
  • reveal to us the real identity of the ghost girl.
  • Leader Cara?
  • Oh well, she doesn't seem so bad.
  • Cara is a character who appears later in the game in a location called the
  • Dragon's Den... but what she's doing here in Glitch City is totally unknown...
  • And if you manage to defeat her - you're suddenly teleported to this location where eerily
  • you'll hear a phone ring...
  • And then the game crashes.
  • We can only wonder what that phone call would have
  • been...
  • Borderlands 2.
  • This player found if you got out of bounds on the map the Rustyards and
  • looked up in the distance at the boat in the environment at an angle you were
  • never supposed to look at, you can spot an unusual flashing texture on the model
  • that never appears anywhere else in the game.
  • If we zoom in on this image we can actually see that the texture says
  • missing material.
  • Ok well nothing weird about that, right?
  • Just a missing placeholder texture.
  • Well, not so fast.
  • Borderlands 2 actually uses the Unreal Engine 3 which means it already uses its
  • own default placeholder texture for any missing files, which even appears during
  • this fail if you take a peak in the mineshaft of Caustic Caverns.
  • As you can see when it's the Unreal Engine 3, it
  • places this checkerbox when there's a missing texture.
  • Considering the developers of Borderlands 2 would have
  • had to go out of their way to create the additional placeholder texture and gave
  • it an unnecessary animation only in this exact spot, the common speculation is
  • that this was put here as an easter egg.
  • But based off of the other things that I've covered on the channel, I'm more
  • inclined to believe this is yet another form of developer motivation from one to
  • another in reminding someone into doing their job.
  • I mean look at that they made it flash and everything, I wouldn't think
  • anyone would be able to miss that, but... well..
  • Wait a second did Alan work on this game?
  • Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword.
  • Players found a hidden treasure chest sitting a short distance out of bounds
  • of Karine's room if you were to walk in this direction, but honestly I wouldn't open tha -
  • - oh, you did it anyway.
  • Sorry, Link, I tried to warn you.
  • Battlefield 3
  • Shoutout to life is for living for letting me know about this in
  • the comments of the last video.
  • In Battlefield 3, players discovered if they
  • got far enough out of the bounds on the first level of the single-player
  • campaign...
  • a helicopter randomly comes crashing out of the sky.
  • The player can actually enter it and then explore the level at every angle.
  • The weird thing is is a pilotable helicopter was never intended for
  • single-player campaign at all, with no other copter you can pilot ever once
  • appearing in the entire single-player campaign besides this hidden
  • out-of-bounds moment.
  • Even stranger enough, the helicopter is completely
  • indestructible.
  • Everywhere you look with this thing there's something you weren't
  • supposed to see.
  • Additional thanks to commenter Jason Dupree who shared with
  • me an even crazier out-of-bounds discovery in Battlefield 3. If you were
  • to get out of bounds in a multiplayer match.
  • You can actually find the end screen and customization screens
  • physically sitting underneath the map, which can make for an unusual sight on
  • the other players screen.
  • Resident Evil 2.
  • A very odd discovery was found just out of bounds of Resident Evil 2 that once
  • again can only be seen with the use of an emulator.
  • After the scene where you encounter the Licker for the first time..
  • Ew, get out of here.
  • If you were to switch the resolution from standard
  • ratio to widescreen while standing on this screen, you can suddenly see a
  • disembodied head floating out of bounds of the frame of the screen... which
  • normally can't be seen with the normal 4:3 aspect ratio of the original game.
  • Well that's certainly an odd head.
  • Jokes aside, there's an explanation for this
  • fellow odd header up in the ceiling.
  • Originally when the player was to encounter the licker, this scene was
  • supposed to be introduced with this head dropping from the ceiling.
  • Which some crafty gamers have managed to hack back
  • together for us to see.
  • The story goes the developers decided the human head
  • wasn't going to fly with the publisher or the ratings board, so the head's
  • animation was disabled at the last minute to avoid any censorship, but just
  • the animation was disabled.
  • Since the head in the ceiling goes unnoticeable
  • in the normal aspect ratio of the game, its unknown if the developer who disabled
  • it failed to notice it was still left in
  • the ceiling, or knew it was there and didn't give it a [bleep].
  • Tomb Raider IV: The Last Revelation.
  • In Tomb Raider 4: The Last Revelation, after sliding down the
  • Great Pyramid and the next level loads... you need to make your way to the edge of
  • this pit facing the platforms from the previous level.
  • Now unfortunately there's no way to just get to that platform in
  • the distance without modding, so we'll have to save the game from here and then
  • use the position editor from TombRaiderChronicles.com to edit yourself to the
  • position of that platform.
  • Then you can continue making your way backward
  • through the previous level as you progressed before.
  • Once you get to this part, however, there's an interesting
  • temple sitting here that wasn't there before...
  • and when you go inside...
  • Wow.
  • Turns out this is just a default missing
  • texture in Tomb Raider 4, but being inside a room covered in such an unusual
  • texture certainly makes for quite a striking scene.
  • Well I guess it turns out Tomb Raider did have a hidden nude scene
  • afterall.
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  • If you know of another crazy out-of-bounds discovery
  • that hasn't been covered in either of the 2 videos yet, let me know in the comments
  • below, or come join the Discord.
  • Shoutout to pestlentsleeper, Kevin, and Dr. love
  • for their contributions on patreon.
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Thanks to the many out of bounds discoveries I've found out about since the last video:
Today we're diving into the top 10 things ever found out of bounds in a video game... part two.

Let me know in the comments if you've ever found anything crazy out of bounds in a video game.

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~Games Featured~ (SPOILERS)
Super Mario Sunshine
TimeSplitters: Future Perfect
MX Vs Atv Unleashed
Motocross Madness
ATV Offroad Fury
Call of Duty Modern Warfare
Call of Duty Modern Warfare Remastered
Pokemon Crystal
Borderlands 2
Legend of Zelda Skyward Sword
Battlefield 3
Tomb Raider IV: The Last Revelation

~Clips and References~ SPOILERS
Call of Duty - Teddy Bear - StylishBiscuit

Mario Galaxy Out of Bounds Coins - HelixSnake

Super Mario Sunshine - Kug - Elite Tweet and NanoPi

TimeSpiltters: Future Perfect - Bananas - Masz52

Rainbow Studios Games Out of Bounds Eject Running Gag
MX Vs Motorcross Unleashed - Carl James
Motorcross Madness - Silent Flame
ATV Off Road Fury - Contritus

Call of Duty Advanced Warfare - Out of Bounds RPG - xExotic Gaming

Call of Duty Modern Warfare - Out of Map WWII Weapon - Superfly Gaming

Call of Duty Modern Warfare Remastered - Caution Sign - Dusk

Call of Duty Modern Warfare Remastered - Out of Map - xDutchLink and Scr0-um Chronicles

Pokémon Crystal - Ghost Girl - 2Cello2WC

Pokemon X & Y - Ghost Girl - Mulvone

Borderlands 2 - Missing Material Texture - thehitman1398

Borderlands 2 - Missing Texture Fail - thankrull

California Speed Billboard Egg - Ferrox

Hitman "Allan Please Add Details" - JoesGuy

Legend of Zelda Skyward Sword - Out of Bounds Treasure Chest - Jordan Brown

Battlefield 3 - Out of Bounds Helicopter - Frostbite

Battlefield 3 - Out of Bounds Customization Screen - Ravic

Tomb Raider - Out of Bounds Temple - 88

As always, any clips not listed above are exclusive to this video.

Special thanks to Jeff Dawson, Cassandra Lipp, Orange Velocity, Tikin, and Robert Tucker for their contributions to this video.


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