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See The Secrets Of ‘Skyrim’ and ‘Fallout 4’ You Missed While Playing (Videos)
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Skyrim #1

In the latest episode of “Boundary Break,” a video series in which YouTube user Shesez takes video game fans to places they can’t reach while playing to discover hidden secrets, Bethesda Game Studios’ instant classic The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is explored. It shares peeks at things like what your character looks like before you customize your appearance, what areas look like before you enter, a sneaky developer trick hiding below vendors, and more.

And to make this is a nice Bethesda-themed post, an older episode uncovering the secrets of the developer’s latest hit Fallout 4 can also be found below.

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Video: See Some Of The Secrets Of ‘Shadow Of The Colossus’ and ‘GTA V’
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Shadow of the Colossus PS4 Remake

We’ve covered YouTube user Shesez’s “Boundary Break” series—which takes control of the camera of various video games and moves it around to places you can’t get to in those games, revealing some interesting secrets—before, looking at some of the concealed areas of games like BioShock and The Last of Us.

For a pair of their latest videos, the series peeks behind the curtain of Shadow of the Colossus and Grand Theft Auto V. This includes where some of the colossi are before you trigger them, visits to the Shrine of Worship and the inaccessible rooms of Michael’s house, and even a closer look at that hidden alien at the beginning of GTA V.

You can check both videos out below.

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Video: See Some Of The Hidden Secrets Of ‘The Last Of Us’
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The Last of Us Giraffes

YouTube user Shesez is back with another installment of Boundary Break, a series which detaches the camera from where it’s mean to be in video games and goes off exploring the areas you’re not supposed to see, revealing some fun hidden secrets. You can find the video they did on BioShock right here if you missed it.

For this video the game being explored is Naughty Dog’s instant classic, The Last of Us. The video offers fans a peek at what’s beyond the menu window, what’s going on around town during that intense prologue sequence, and yes, a closer look at the giraffes among other things.

Continue below to give the video a watch.

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Video Shows Areas Of ‘BioShock’ You Can’t Explore While Playing
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BioShock

In every video game you can only go where the game lets you go. Even the biggest open world games have areas that you can’t reach and explore. And in most cases, those areas don’t have anything worth seeing. But as it turns out, sometimes there’s interesting stuff hiding.

My favorite recent internet discovery is the video series “Boundary Break” from YouTube user Shesez. The videos explore these areas in various video games by basically detaching the camera and taking it wherever they want, giving fans a peek at some of the hidden things you could never discover for yourself while playing.

One of the most recent videos explores the unreachable areas of the classic BioShock, and finds some pretty darn cool (and sometimes funny) little secrets. You can watch the video below.

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