Video: See Some Of The Secrets Of ‘Shadow Of The Colossus’ and ‘GTA V’
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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.

It should be noted that this is all from the older version of Shadow of the Colossus, not the recently released remake.

You can click right here for much more on Shadow of the Colossus and right here for much more on Grand Theft Auto if interested.

And be sure to head right here to find many more “Boundary Break” videos to see if the hidden areas of any of your favorite games have been explored.


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