Beating Ocarina of Time in under 25 minutes and other crazy speed runs

You shouldn’t be able to beat The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time in 23 minutes and 29 seconds, but thanks to some truly bizarre glitches, you actually can accomplish this incredible feat.
Speed runs are nothing new. Players bored with merely plowing through their favorite titles until they hit a “game over” screen have made their own fun by trying to complete the experience in record time. While the best speed runners rely on fast reflexes and skills (a single mistake can ruin an entire attempt), many also take advantage of glitches to secure the top spot on the leaderboards.

The 6 best game endings of all-time (and how BioWare would ruin them)

Video game endings tend to feel a lot like an afterthought. Whereas a bad movie only ever consumes two hours of your life, games can have you playing upwards of 100+ hours before reaching the finale, and quite often that payoff is woefully underwhelming. Two big-names examples in just the past few weeks include Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City, where the conclusion was given about as much attention as bug-testing in a Bethesda game, and Asura’s Wrath, which has a “true” ending that acts as nothing more than a gateway for “closure DLC.”