I'm sat watching my older brother and his 6 year old son attempt to find the last gold brick on Lego Harry Potter (PS3) and it's filling me with rage. There seems to be a glitch in the clock tower meaning the final brick will never appear. The gold arrow points to where it should show up, but nothing ever happens. Anyone else experienced anything like this? I expect some glitches in gaming, every now and then one will slip the net. Provided it's nothing serious I generally let it slide. But I've seen some real howlers in my time. Including but by no means limited to... - Killzone 2's legendary final boss glitch. Following a rather unnecessary update, my old man found that the final boss had suddenly become impossible. I was fortunate to have played through the game before the patch came into effect, but he was caught by it. We tried everything. We hit the final boss with every rocket on the map, every assault rifle round, every pistol round, and then just for good measure we spent a good 20 minutes knifing him. Nothing had any effect, for whatever reason the glitch made the final boss immortal, and fucked up the floor so if you stood on the wrong tile you fell through to your doom. The worst part is that having played through the pre-update version myself, I can tell you for a fact that there was nothing wrong with it originally, and the boss was by no means immortal. Extremely irritating to come so far and lose to a glitch. - Lego Harry Potter as outlined above is driving me fuckin' crackers 'cause I have to listen to them yelling and my nephew acting like a 'tard until it's done. I just want it to be over so they shut up and play something else. - My little brother went against my advice and bought Blacksite for his 360, only to find that ignoring my advice is a dumb thing to do when a glitch made it impossible to clear the tutorial level as the AI characters would follow an order to open a door by repeatedly trying to insert their wedding tackle into the keyhole, fusing with the door for all eternity and making progress of any kind completely impossible. Even resetting made no difference. That's as far as he ever got. - My copy of Ninety Nine Nights (N3) is glitched on the final level. If the boss starts using his unavoidable black hole attack, he never stops. Ever. You can hit him as much you like, wait as long as you like, makes no difference. Means I've never beaten the game 'cause that black hole will always eventually kill me. - Sonic 2006 was one of the glitchiest catastrophes I've ever seen, second only to Big Rigs Racing, I reckon. I finished it because my old man bought it with the 360 and got Sonic for me instead of something for him, so he guilt tripped me into playing it. I hope never to repeat such a mortifying experience. It made me want to go into the garden and incinerate everything with a flamethrower to make absolutely sure any hedgehogs out there were well and truly dead. I'm not even gonna mention any specific glitches, I'd be here all day. - I was playing Castlevania Harmony of Dissonance and happened across a hilarious glitch. I used the Ice Fist special move and the game glitched out, the ice fist got stuck in the boss I was fighting and kept causing damage until it died while I walked away and let the glitch do the work. I literally beat the boss with my first move because the ice fist caused it to stand there and just take the punishment. - True Crime New York on PS2 has quite a few hilarious glitches. Such as when I frisked a hooker, found nothing, she flipped me off so I punched her in the face. Something went wrong because I momentarily channeled the spirit of Captain Falcon and she went flying down the street, passing straight through several buildings and a bus before finally coming to rest on the freeway, where she was immediately run over by a sports car. - Another TCNY glitch happened when I wandered into a laundromat just to see what was in there, if I could buy new clothes or something. Again, something went badly wrong because all of a sudden a fat guy at the back of the room whips out a flamethrower, torches the place to the ground, the washing machines all explode as I dive out of the door, then he follows me into the street and turns invisible while he tries to flame me to death. I only managed to kill him by liberally spraying bullets around with an assault rifle. Anyone else seen any truly disasterous or particularly hilarious glitches?