Gaming’s Best Foolery: Secrets and Hoaxes

This month, United We Game is back with another writing challenge for the gaming blogosphere! There’s no end of great topics to populate any game blog, so why not take a stab at what we’ve got going on now in the name of fun and sharing? With April Fools in mind, we’re talking about game secrets and hoaxes — your favorite game secrets and hoaxes and general foolery. If you’re feeling so inspired to write, click below for all the details, and feel free to share!


We swear we’re not fooling around with a new community writing challenge, for it is with a little April Foolery in mind that we offer up a new topic this month about secrets, hoaxes, and general (yet fun) trickery in games!

It’s no secret that developers have been hiding some fun and frustrating secrets in games for decades, from warp whistles (Super Mario 3), to Reptile (Mortal Kombat), to the Scarab gun (Halo 2), and finding Mew (Pokemon) to name just a few. And it seems that for every handful of known secrets, no matter how difficult they are to find, there are a few that remain unknown or questionable in their legitimacy. With the rise of gaming secrets and easter eggs has also come the rise of gaming hoaxes. Some end up in the form of rumors – remember the ones about…

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    • Can’t say I’ve had the…erm…privilege of seeing Ms. Croft in the buff, but I might have spent a curious session of GTA V scouring the forests. Alas, it was just a wild goose (mammal?) chase.


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