Tuesday, 8 September 2020

Control AWE Review

The AWE expansion for Control serves as the second DLC pack for the game. Is Alan Wake enough to warrant a return, or should you sit this one out? Check out our review and find out.

Control AWE Review

When the AWE DLC begins, you are given a mission to go check out the elevator in the Oldest House's executive area. Upon arrival, a new sector of the building has become available called the Investigation Sector. Since you are the new director, you have to check the area out and see what happened to it. On your way down, you start to get visions of Alan Wake, an author writing a new story. Through the motel, you will get brief glimpses into what Alan Wake has been up to the last couple of years.

While Alan Wake is the draw, the main mission is to hunt a hiss-infected named Dr. Hartman. He is the reason the Investigation Sector was closed off. Hartman has mutated into this giant monstrosity who can no longer survive in the light. Hartman doesn't make this easy though; this is his home, and he knows how to escape if need be. This hiss hunt will run you between three to four hours, depending on your skill level.

Having recently beaten Control, the enemies in AWE are much more challenging than those in the base game. I didn't play The Foundation, so that could be why. Still, as an example, the big red orb that buffs enemies would now take me about five hits to kill with Launch. In the base game, it would take two, sometimes three. There are also new enemies that roam the shadows and move awkwardly, making them hard to hit. If you are coming in a little rusty, expect to die a few times.

There is also the new black goo that has to have a light shined on it to destroy it. The light mechanic comes from the Alan Wake series, but you had a flashlight in that game. However, in Control, you don't have this luxury. You need to pick up lights with your Launch ability and carry them around to destroy the black goo. Unfortunately, this proves to be very annoying and tedious. You should just get a flashlight so you can deal with these quickly and move on. They likely did it to prevent you from cheesing the boss fights, but it doesn't make this any less irritating.

The boss fights in the AWE DLC are really more like puzzles than actual battles. Since Hartman is weak to light, you need to activate the power and get the lights on. You will go from safety light to safety light restoring power. If you stand in the dark for too long, Hartman will grab you and take a massive chunk of your HP away. You also don't seem to restore energy in the dark areas. The fights made sense for Hartman's design, and it sure beats fighting a boss who just spawns ten more enemies at will.

As for side content in AWE, you have new lore and journals, side quests, and what is basically a horde mode. Side quests get you great buffs and new mods, and the horde mode is fun for testing your skills. I played on the PlayStation 4 Pro, and there are still frame drops and weird map loading issues. I also had an odd bug where a partial button prompt would remain on my screen until fights were over. Nothing game-breaking, but it happened four or five times.

The AWE DLC for Control is a great little piece of content that ties into the Alan Wake mythos. If you enjoyed Control and want more, be sure to pick it up.

This Control AWE review was done on the PlayStation 4 Pro. A review code was provided by the publisher
Control AWE Review

The AWE expansion for Control serves as the second DLC pack for the game. Is Alan Wake enough to warrant a return, or should you sit this one out? Check out our review and find out

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How To Unlock Elite Heroic Hives In Marvel's Avengers

How To Unlock Elite Heroic Hives In Marvel's Avengers
Elite Heroic Hive completing is one of the in-game achievements. This guide on How To Unlock Elite Heroic Hives In Marvel's Avengers explains the challenging process involved in unlocking some of Marvel's Avengers longest and most challenging multiplayer content.

During various Mission Chains within the multiplayer component of Marvel's Avengers, you will encounter Hive missions. These are floors of enemies and challenges that provide some of the longer content in the multiplayer parts of the game. The Elite Heroic Hive is the pinnacle of the multiplayer content, so unlocking it isn't easy.

How To Unlock Elite Heroic Hives In Marvel's Avengers

How To Unlock Elite Heroic Hives In Marvel's Avengers
Unlocking Elite Heroic Hives is no picnic. It requires completing the entirety of the single player campaign as well as a ton of different objectives within the multiplayer aspect of the game. When you're in-game open the objectives tab in the main menu and navigate to Missions. There's also assignments and challenges but they are not directly related to the progression of the ongoing story.

You need to pay special attention to the Avengers Initiative mission chain. This is the primary mission chain that follows on from the story. It has 9 different steps, with each step providing different objectives and challenges you must complete. The Elite Heroic Hive is in the very last stage of the chain, Step 9: Avengers Forever. This tasks you with completing the Last Avenger Standing mission chain, which is where Elite Heroic Hives are unlocked.

Getting to Step 9 of the Avengers Initiative includes completing every HARM Room challenge for each character, every Iconic Character chain, all of the faction mission chains. It's basically the ultimate challenge of the multiplayer component, so you need to complete nearly all other multiplayer content to unlock it. Follow the Avengers Initiative Mission Chain until Step 9 to unlock Elite Heroic Hives.

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Marvel's Avengers – Darkhold & Ring Of Nibelung Guide

Marvel's Avengers - Darkhold & Ring Of Nibelung Guide
It takes a lot of work to get these rare artifacts, but are they worth it? This Marvel's Avengers – Darkhold & Ring Of Nibelung Guide lists the abilities of both the Darkhold and Ring of Nibelung artifacts, rewards for completing the most challenging content in Marvel's Avengers multiplayer.

Marvel's Avengers multiplayer component is supported by structured missions under the Objectives tab. These missions provide some direction in regards to content that is available whilst also providing additional rewards for completing chains of missions. The pinnacle of these chains, available right near the end of all multiplayer content, are the Ring of Nibelung and Darkhold artifact rewards.

Ring Of Nibelung

Ring Of Nibelung
Out of the two, the Ring of Nibelung is my personal favorite. The Bountiful and Surplus benefits are nice but with such small percentages, it's not something you'll see often, and not something you can rely on. However, the Cornucopia perk is great.

It is easily strong enough to save you from death or even from a wipe if your allies are down. Regen Packs restore your Willpower, Heroic Orbs power up all your special abilities, and Intrinsic Orbs provides the resource used for character specific abilities – like blocking with Captain America. It's a very valuable artifact and one sure to help in the Heroic Elite Hives.

Darkhold

Darkhold
Darkhold is arguably the stronger artifact as it doesn't rely on anything random to be useful. All three of its abilities can be incredibly useful, albeit somewhat situational. The difficulty with Darkhold is trying to gauge exactly how much Willpower you have to gauge whether Eldritch Invocation or Precept of Entropy will be used.

Ultimately, both artifacts are great and easily among the strongest in the game. While it may take some grind to get there, it's worth unlocking both if you're looking to play Marvel's Avengers in the long haul.

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What To Do With DNA Keys In Marvel's Avengers

What To Do With DNA Keys In Marvel's Avengers
Looking for biometrically locked DNA strongboxes? This guide on What To Do With DNA Keys In Marvel's Avengers will tell you where to find these special chests that can only be accessed if you have a DNA Key in your inventory to unlock the chest and receive the rewards inside.

After days of exploring, we've finally found some of the DNA strongboxes that you can open with DNA Keys. There may be other locations but so far, we have only found them in Snowy Tundra Vault (Elite). If you're new to multiplayer, follow the objectives and eventually you will unlock special Vault missions, such as the Snowy Tundra mission. Once you have it unlocked, you can farm the Strongboxes but it's not quick.

Where To Find DNA Strongboxes In Marvel's Avengers

Where To Find DNA Strongboxes In Marvel's Avengers
If you highlight DNA Keys in your inventory (check out our DNA Key farming guide) it tells you that they are used to "open biometrically locked DNA strongboxes in Vault missions". Having done many, many, vault missions, we still never managed to find a DNA Strongbox, but they are not actually within the Vault itself.

You need to search the points of interest on the actual map itself, these are marked by ? icons on your screen as you explore. So far, we have only found them inside depots. Depots are the large buildings that usually have a chest inside, requiring you to solve a basic puzzle to open the door. The part that makes farming these boxes difficult, is that they do not appear on screen.

You will need to travel to each ? depot location on the Snowy Tundra map and open the depot. Even if you are standing directly in front of the box, it will not appear on the UI or Hud, so just running to a location and checking your objective vision is not enough. You will need to actually investigate inside each depot to see if the box is there.

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5 Best Games of September 2020


The kiddos might be gearing up for school this month, but the gaming word keeps on truckin' with a number of hotly anticipated titles. See what's to come with the 5 best games of September 2020. Oh, and we won't make you click through five pages to look at the entire list.

5 Best Games of September 2020

Spelunky 2

Originally announced in 2017, Mossmouth and BlitWorks' Spelunky 2 promises more of the roguelike platformer action that put the original title on the map. In this title, the story deepens as more randomly-generated adventures beckon players. New additions to the title include items like the clone ray, rideable turkeys, and online multiplayer. The creator Derek Yu stated that he wants the world of Spelunky 2 to feel more rich, full, and welcoming.

Spelunky 2 will come out for the PlayStation 4 on September 15.

13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim

Developed by Vanillaware and published by Atlus West, 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim features thirteen different characters that interact with one another to create a greater narrative. Largely set in the 1980s during the Shōwa period, players will take part in a war against alien forces using what are known as Sentinel mechas. Gameplay is split between Adventure, Battle, and Archives, and RPG elements are also included through the use of experience points and upgrade items called Chips.

13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim will come out for the PlayStation 4 stateside on September 22, 2020.

Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 + 2

The Birdman Tony Hawk makes his return to the world of videogames with the release of Activision and Vicarious Visions' Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 + 2. A remake of the original two titles, this release will feature new additions to the gameplay, including the revert, spine transfer and wall plant tricks found in later entries. For those who want to bring a friend along, both split-screen and online multiplayer have been included.

Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 + 2 will come out for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on September 4, 2020.

Mafia: Definitive Edition

A total remake of the classic crime drama, Hangar 13 and 2K Games' Mafia: Definitive Edition has players rising through the ranks of the Mafia during the Prohibition era. Players will follow the story of the cab driver Tommy Angelo, who quickly gets thrown in the underworld after a run-in with the mob. Improvements to the title include an expanded story, tweaks to the gameplay, and an original score.

Mafia: Definitive Edition will come out for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on September 25, 2020.

Marvel's Avengers

Players will be able to assemble Earth's mightiest heroes with the release of Crystal Dynamics, Eidos Montreal, and Square Enix's Marvel's Avengers. Captain America, Iron Man, the Hulk, Thor, and Ms. Marvel will all make their appearance, who must contend with Taskmaster and the Terrigen Mist. Players can enjoy this title offline as a single-player experience, or can team up online with up to four people during certain aspects of the game.

Marvel's Avengers will come out for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and Google Stadia on September 4, 2020.

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Marvel's Avengers Review

Crystal Dynamics and Square Enix look to take the Marvel Universe to the next level with the live-service action RPG, Marvel's Avengers. Bridging the near endless potential of the Marvel universe with an ever-evolving video game sounds like a match made in heaven, but does Marvel's Avengers live up to expectations?

Marvel's Avengers Review

Marvel's Avengers struggled in the build up to launch. A string of controversies surrounding platform-exclusive content, questionable monetization methods, and comparisons to the struggling Anthem raised a lot of red flags. Moving closer to release, several beta events didn't seem to do much for easing the concerns of players. Now the full game is out in the wild, how does it stand up?

To put it simply, Marvel's Avengers surpassed just about every expectation I had. Offering a free beta event prior to release has many perks, but based solely on my limited experience of that event, I'm not sure I would have bought the game at launch.

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The story follows Kamala Khan, a young and enthusiastic Avengers fan who finds herself surrounded by her heroes after submitting a fan story to an Avengers competition. Tony Stark and co. are celebrating the unveiling of a new energy technology, with a massive party the likes only Iron Man could host. However, the celebratory event quickly turns to catastrophe as Task Master and a group of unknown soldiers attack the event.

Despite the efforts of earth's greatest heroes, the Avengers fail to contain a massive explosion that spreads a deadly disease across the population. The events, which later became known as A-Day, saw the Avengers disbanded and outlawed as Advanced Idea Mechanics (AIM) takes center stage, promising to cure humanity of the inhuman disease. This disease caused the infected to become mutated, gaining superhuman powers in the process.

Marvel's Avengers Review

The overarching narrative of the game is fantastic from start to finish, but it's the miniature stories told between the killer action sequences that really sell the tale. While the world is struggling with the impact of the Inhumans, the Avengers have their own inner struggles to contend with. Hulk has all but completely taken over as he struggles to deal with the loss of Captain America, with Banner and Stark clashing heads. The story direction does a brilliant job of showing the vulnerable sides to these otherwise invulnerable-like characters.

Even if the concept of the looter-based multiplayer has zero appeal for you, the single player campaign of Marvel's Avengers – while short at about 10 hours – is more than worth the purchase.

Whether you're adventuring alongside buddies in multiplayer or diving into single player's fantastic narrative, combat is Marvel's Avengers' most dominant constant. There are currently six playable heroes in the game, available across both modes: Captain America, Iron Man, The Hulk, Black Widow, Ms. Marvel, and Thor. While each of the characters follow the same basic principles, with basic and heavy attacks, dodging, and travel abilities, the actual play style differences and build potential between the different heroes is huge.

Every punch, every throw of a shield, every rocket fired, and every dodge feels unique to the character you are playing. Mixing up heavy and light attacks with Iron Man, watching him spin and turn as he blasts enemies in every direction – every character feels great and looks fantastic.

The single player campaign often funnels you into specific characters to suit the story direction at the time, but once you unlock all the heroes and begin experimenting with different characters, builds, and load outs, the game really begins to open up. After finally unlocking Captain America (he's the best Avenger by far, shut up), I immediately threw him into the heat of the action. Focusing on gear that boosted my survivability, I utilized his various tank-like abilities to keep my allies alive and dealing damage.

Struggling with the perfect dodges and parries, I often found myself incapacitated, waiting on the mercy of my fellow heroes to bring me back to my feet. After a few hours, I grew tired of being a liability and completely switched my approach. Focusing on attributes and equipment that increased my ranged damage and critical hit rate, I opted to sit on the back lines throwing my shield into anything that moved. This versatile approach to character building is present across all of the characters, creating a rewarding but challenging progression system that is only let down by the repetitive aspects of the multiplayer content.

One of my primary concerns with the multiplayer in the beta event was how simple everything was. Nothing put up a fight, even the hardest content was a breeze, and it really felt like being on autopilot for the sake of grinding gear. While the gear grind is very much still dominant, and the variety of content is a little slim, dialing up the difficulty definitely ups the stakes – and the experience is much better for it.

It's difficult to fault Marvel's Avengers approach to the single player campaign, but analyzing the problems with multiplayer feels all too similar. Much like previous looter-based, live-service games, Marvel's Avengers struggles with uninspired multiplayer content with repetitive objectives and re-used maps and missions across the board. I often selected 3-4 different mission types in sequence, only to be met with identical objectives and map layouts for each mission. Many of theses issues are compounded by rather lengthy loading sequences between each mission and conveniently placed "elevators" for loading within missions.

Then there's the monetization. While not overly aggressive, it's very present throughout. All characters have a Battle Pass style system where you are rewarded with cosmetic unlockable items through daily activities and achievements. Having an individual pass per hero is questionable by any standards but the value, or lack of, is entirely down to you. (UPDATE: The premium "battle pass" features will only apply to new heroes introduced after release, the current roster of heroes will continue to feature free Hero Challenge Card contents)

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These aren't new struggles for games that want to deliver an ongoing service, but it's one that Marvel's Avengers makes very little effort to correct. However, the incredibly satisfying combat never once grew stale and the huge potential for development across multiple characters is going to offer endless hours of play for those more acclimatized to the live-service model.

The future of Marvel's Avengers' ongoing success will be completely dependent on the quality and regularity of content. However, as a game available today, it's a solid entry into the loot and shoot RPG space. The single player story is worth the price of admission alone, leaving the fun but dated approach to multiplayer a welcome addition for fans of the looter style approach.

This Marvel's Avengers review was done on the PlayStation 4 Pro. The game was purchased digitally, a code was later provided. The review was updated on September 2nd, original sections of the review were missing.
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Watch Dogs Legion Gets Welcome to London Trailer


Take a trip to London with the latest trailer for Ubisoft's Watch Dogs Legion.

This title will feature Ray Tracing and DLSS as they traverse Battersea, Camden, Southwark, Brixton, and other locales.

See the title powered by NVIDIA Geforce RTX below:

Watch Dogs Legion: Welcome to London Trailer | Powered by Nvidia GeForce RTX | Ubisoft [NA]

The third instalment in the Watch Dogs series, Watch Dogs Legion will give players the chance to control multiple characters, which can be recruited across its fictionalized London. The story will put the spotlight on the London branch of hacker group DedSec, which sets out to liberate this city from its dystopian surveillance state.

Note that Watch Dogs Legion will also feature a cooperative multiplayer mode that gives up to four players the chance to work together. Progression between its single-player and multiplayer modes will be shared.

The game will come out for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on October 29, 2020. Note that it will also release for the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 at a later date.

Source: YouTube
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Cosplay Wednesday – Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles' Sherlotta


Originally making its appearance on the Nintendo GameCube, the world of Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles has made its way to current consoles with the release of its remastered edition. In honor of this title, Gamers Heroes takes a look at a cosplay from Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time.

Making its debut at Animazement 2015, KitBit-Cosplay's rendition of Sherlotta from Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time is true to the character. Every detail of this 2000-year-old immortal girl has been captured, from her connection to the crystal with the stone in her hand, her hair, and even her many bows.

According to KitBit-Cosplay, she is a beginner cosplayer that is looking to make cosplay friends, improve her skills, and have a good time at conventions.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Sherlotta Cosplay

Credit goes to U.V. Photography and Jo Bevvy Cosplay & Photography for the photos.

You can find KitBit-Cosplay on DeviantArt here.

Do you enjoy a bit of gaming cosplay? Or maybe you're passionate enough to do it full time. Drop me a line at casey@gamersheroes.com and we'll feature some of your cosplay.

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Where To Find Turbulence Mission In Marvel's Avengers

Where To Find Turbulence Mission In Marvel's Avengers
The Reigning Supreme mission chain requires you to complete Turbulence (Elite). This guide on Where To Find Turbulence Mission In Marvel's Avengers will tell you how to track down the Turbulent (Elite) mission as it's not shown with a green icon at the War Table like other objectives.

Mission Chains are some of the most rewarding objectives to complete in Marvel's Avengers multiplayer content. The Reigning Supreme Mission Chain, during Step 3, is called Shot in the Dark – it's apart of the Avengers Initiative missions. It has several objectives, such as increasing reputation, completing a vault, etc and the final objective is to complete Turbulence (Elite)

Where To Find Turbulence Mission In Marvel's Avengers

Where To Find Turbulence Mission In Marvel's Avengers
If you want to complete the Turbulence (Elite) mission, you simply navigate to Pacific Northwest on the War Table. You can find it on the East side of the map. It is an Elite mission so depending on your current level, it may be a good idea to select the difficulty and take it down a notch if it's too high. Or knock it up a notch, if you're confident in a +3 or +4 mission attempt. +5's are very tough so I wouldn't do that without some decent buddies at your side.

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How To Unlock Vault Missions In Marvel's Avengers

How To Unlock Vault Missions In Marvels Avengers
You need Vault Coordinates to unlock special missions. This guide on How To Unlock Vault Missions In Marvel's Avengers explains the process of unlocking the Vault Missions, how you complete them, and the potential rewards for finishing all objectives.

Vault Missions are some of Marvel's Avengers more exciting multiplayer content. Each mission begins with using the signal tracker to find the vault, before defending a room and activating certain objectives, numbered 1,2,3,4,5, revealing the vault and unlocking the treasures inside. Vault Missions are a common weekly challenge card task for characters, so finding and tracking down these elusive missions is rewarding but so far, slow and difficult.

How To Unlock Vault Missions In Marvel's Avengers

How To Unlock Vault Missions
You need to find an item called Vault Coordinates. So far we have only found them in chests with this symbol. They appear to be incredibly rare, having only found one in 10 or 11 hours of playing multiplayer. Once you have Vault Coordinates, a Vault mission appears on the world map and you can complete it like any other mission.

How To Unlock Vault Missions
Once you have unlocked this mission, you can farm it for a Vault Coordinate. Day of the Remains, part of the Inhuman Faction Mission Chain. As soon as you spawn in, follow the Signal Detector to the nearby Shield bunker, this provides you with a Vault Resource every time. You can leave the mission after you find the item.

Some missions, such as the Inhuman Faction Chain Mission, automatically reveal and unlock Vault Missions so if you're struggling to find Vault Coordinates, progressing through the different faction chains and other mission chains can also be quite rewarding.

We're still searching for more Vault Coordinates and will update the guide as we discover and learn more information and better places to find vault access.

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