By now you are probably wondering if you can sell items in Darkest Dungeon or not. Check out this guide to find out how to sell items and trinkets in Darkest Dungeon 2. This way you know if you need to hold on to extra stuff or not.
Darkest Dungeon 2 changed up how you unlock new characters in the game. Check out this guide to find out how to unlock all characters in Darkest Dungeon 2. This way you know how long it will take for you to get your ideal team going.
Originally appearing on the Wii U, the world of Koei Tecmo's Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water is making its way to other platforms. In honor of this release, Gamers Heroes takes a look at a stunning cosplay of one of its main protagonists, Yuri Kozukata.
Suffice to say, video game crossovers can be pretty bogus outside of the Super Smash Bros. series. But putting Donnie Darko stuff in Call of Duty: Warzone and Black Ops Cold War takes the cake. This might be the single most ridiculous mash-up I've ever seen. The whole thing is so stupid that I'm ironically coming…
Darkest Dungeon II is nothing if not evocative—a positive quirk it shares with the first game. When my party reaches the Mountain at its heart, they are brought low. This place has haunted their dreams for weeks—a different configuration for each of them.
Following recent reports that Warner Bros. was working on a platform fighting game similar to Super Smash Bros. called Multiversus, a possible roster for the project featuring characters from Batman, Steven Universe, Adventure Time, and more appears to have leaked online.
Genshin Impact was definitely not a game in which I expected to find great roguelike gameplay. Its open world design (which was frequently compared to Breath of the Wild at launch) seemed antithetical to the restrictive conditions of an interesting roguelike. I'm glad to find that I was very, very wrong. The new…
With Halloween right around the corner, it's the perfect time for us to immerse ourselves in the signature styles of video gaming's greatest and most fashionable goths, as well as those whose fashion sense makes them goth-adjacent.
When I woke up today, I expected my kitchen to be a mess because I binged The Morning Show instead of cleaning it last night. Despite it already being Wednesday, I was also prepared to be overwhelmed by the truckload of tasks I have yet to cross off my to-do list this week. What I was not ready for was Pixar releasing …
Italian studio Milestone is known for racing sims. MotoGP, MXGP, Ride, the World Rally Championship series—that's all Milestone. Hot Wheels Unleashed, the surprise hit arcade racer featuring Mattel's iconic toy cars racing through physics-defying loops and making heart-stopping jumps, is about as far from a hardcore…
Timothée Chalamet: Hollywood superstar, GQ cover model, and...former gaming YouTuber? Yes, more than a decade ago, the Dune actor used to operate a YouTube channel under the handle ModdedController360, where he showed off custom paint jobs of Xbox 360 controllers.
Everyone knows that Ubisoft games are full of things to do. In Far Cry 6, there's a lot to see, too. To wit: Last night, while exploring the open-world shooter's El Este region, I stumbled upon what I'm pretty sure—like, 99 percent sure—is a reference to 2016's Far Cry Primal, the series spinoff set in the Stone Age.
Ex-Blizzard developers who started Notorious Studios seem to have exactly zero women on their development team. The staff page shows nine developers and two advisors, all of which are men, and one canine "Chief Morale Officer" named Ellie. Which means that the studio has more dogs than women. Yikes.
The Switch Online Expansion Pack arrived earlier this week, bringing nine N64 games to Nintendo's portable console. That's...not a lot, and people have been eager to know what other classics will be headed to the subscription-based library. Recently datamined files offer a few hints.
Using emotes to "mimic grinding against another character" or that are "evocative of sexual activities" is an "obscene/indecent expression" and thus violation of the rules - if you're doing it in public or with a partner who's not into the whole thing. Basically, these things are technically against the rules, but you're only likely to get in trouble for it if you're reported.
"In the case of role-playing involving mildly sexual expressions (such as erotic role-playing) with a consenting group of two or more players, if it is conducted in a private area, it will not be considered a violation unless a report is made," the devs explain in the new rules. "However, if you encourage or invite a player to participate in such role-play without being certain of their consent, there is a high possibility that you will be reported and penalized. Please be very careful."
The latest patch for Elite Dangerous Odyssey is out now, and it's a hefty one. The space game's big expansion, which allows you to travel across planetary surfaces on foot and explore bases and orbital stations in first-person, now includes an emote wheel - which allows players to finally salute each other, as they've traditionally done by typing 'o7' in chat.
Odyssey Update 8's new emote wheel includes emotes you can select (or assign to hotkeys) for salute, wave, applaud, disagree (thumbs down), agree (thumbs up), point, stop, and advance. Frontier suggests this is a physical way to express yourself in game beyond the traditional crouch-stand-crouch-stand gesture players have been subjecting each other to since time immemorial. The point emote also adds a marker wherever you direct your finger, so it can be helpful in coordinating with fellow commanders.
There are other big new features in this patch as well, including the ability to disembark on and explore Wells-class megaships. These ships now have their own social spaces inside them, which can offer services such as Inter Astra, Apex Interstellar, Pioneer Supplies, Frontline Solutions, or perhaps just a bartender and an escape pod or two.
In a talk at this year's Develop: Brighton conference Iain Brown, senior programmer at No Man's Sky developer Hello Games, has given some insight into how Microsoft's Azure cloud computing tech has helped players share the game's procedurally generated universe. And, it turns out it's come in handy in helping to bring one of this year's biggest new features to life - and then keep them a surprise.
In a case study talk with Harvey Eagle, director of Azure gaming at Microsoft at the conference, Brown explains how the service's cloud-based tech has helped keep players interested. It seems No Man's Sky's Expeditions, the shared, seasonal exploratory mode rolled into the space game earlier this year, are a great example. For context, these are time-limited events that arrive in-game on a regular basis, though each is "unique" in terms of its exact duration and the milestones (open-ended challenges) players will have to hit to complete it. So, naturally, these Expeditions are something Hello Games would want to keep a surprise until they're rolled out and ready for players to discover.
"We don't want people hacking the game client to unlock this mode early or seeing what's coming, or whatever, so all that data lives in the cloud," Brown explains, referring to the Expeditions. "It lives in table storage within Azure and then, at a given time, it will be downloaded to all the clients as they need it."
The Final Fantasy XIV devs want to do more to combat stalking and harassment, and it seems one of the steps in that process has begun today. The developers have greatly expanded the wording of the rules around harassment, and made clear that stalking can result in an "in-game restraining order" against offending players. Violations may also be penalised if they're discovered through public in-game communications or a stream.
Across the board, the rules are largely about consent. Stalking is defined in terms like "persistently moving to locations where someone is, despite being asked to stop the behavior", or "creating new characters to message someone who has blacklisted you, despite being asked to stop the behavior".
Once reported, stalking players "will be penalized, and we may contact the victim and obtain their consent to issue an in-game restraining order. Should we confirm that a player has attempted to contact the victim through any means after being issued an in-game restraining order, a more severe penalty will be imposed."
Intel processors have largely played second fiddle to AMD's Ryzen chips over the last couple of years, in just about every market you can think of. That could all change today, however, following team blue's official reveal of its Alder Lake gaming CPUs at Intel Innovation. The company claims its 12th generation processors offer some serious improvements over its previous Rocket Lake components and could, finally, provide some serious competition to AMD, starting at $264 USD.
Pre-orders for the Alder Lake processors are live, but you might want to be quick amid chip shortages if you want to snag one for your gaming PC! If you're not sure which CPU to go for, then read on for our breakdown of each chip announced today.
All of Intel's 12th generation components will require a new motherboard with an LGA1700 socket, each of which support PCIe Gen 5 and DDR5 gaming RAM. However, you'll be able to migrate your DDR4 RAM over to your new build, provided your motherboard supports it.
Surviving the Aftermath is a city builder game that tasks you with rebuilding society after an apocalyptic event. It's been in early access since 2019, with an initial stint as an Epic Games Store exclusive before hitting Steam Early Access just over a year ago today.
In total, it's had 20 major updates, with the most recent 'platinum' patch changing pretty much everything about the game. Now, it's ready to leave the safety of its pre-release barricade and step into the wide world of 1.0, which is due to happen next month. Accompanying it will be the 'endgame' update, which will add more late-game colony features, as well as a questline where players can uncover the secrets behind the initial apocalypse, while also preparing their colony to survive a new threat.
Game director Lasse Liljedahl states that the community has been heavily involved in the development of the survival game during its run so far. "I don't think I've ever worked on a game where the community was as integral to development," he says. "Truly, every decision, change, and addition we made stemmed from our community feedback… They had just as much a part in development as we have."
Facing down the horrors of Tzeentch in Total War: Warhammer III is going to be quite the spectacular event, and now we've gotten a look at the bulk of the units planned for the strategy game's weirdest Chaos faction. The Tzeentch roster is heavy on daemons, but unlike the angry red boys found in Khorne's army, Tzeentch's soldiers are creatures of magic, and use it to bend and tear at reality itself - or set things on fire, whichever seems like a better idea at the time.
A new post on the official Total War site breaks down Tzeentch's army roster, starting at the top with his legendary lord, Kairos Fateweaver. A massive two-headed bird creature, Kairos' right head sees into the future, whilst his left sees everything in the past. That leaves him with a bit of a blind spot for the present moment, but he makes up for that with a magical barrier - a shield that all Tzeentch units have.
Kairos can pick up and use 'fragments' from spell lores that give him access to several of those lores' spells, and his staff of tomorrow can be used to instantly refresh all his own spell cooldowns. He's also got a nasty Gaze of Fate ability that allows him to freeze an enemy unit in its tracks.
Looking for Genshin Impact codes? MiHoYo's charming open-world game is notoriously addictive, and if you're anything like us, you're constantly on the lookout for more Genshin Impact primogems and other goodies.
Gathering currency in Genshin Impact can be quite the grind - while you can earn mora and primogems by completing quests such as daily commissions, an injection of extra funds will always be gratefully received. Fortunately, the developers occasionally send out free gifts in the form of codes that can be redeemed online.
These Genshin Impact codes are released periodically. They frequently appear in MiHoYo's special programs that reveal information about future updates coming to the game soon, but are also released to celebrate milestones or to coincide with Genshin Impact events. Most codes also only work for a limited time - so it's a good idea to redeem them as soon as possible in case you miss out. Codes can only be redeemed once per account. Here are all the current Genshin Impact codes for October 2021, and how to redeem them.
Age of Empires IV's Delhi Sultanate civilisation is another one of the RTS game's more difficult factions, rated a three out of three stars in-game. They are a defensive and research focused civilisation, although they don't have notably unique mechanics like the Mongols or the Abbasid Dynasty - barring one key exception, they largely play like any other faction.
This exception is themed around technology - the Delhi Sultanate gets access to the Scholar unit from the Dark Age via the Mosque, which is also available from the start of a match. In addition, this civ gets to research every technology in the game for free - but each tech takes time to complete. This can be sped up by scholars, much like how the Chinese administrator unit can give boosts to economic yields.
Scholars only apply their research bonus if they are garrisoning a building, and techs can improve their utility by letting them garrison buildings they wouldn't normally be able to, like the barracks. Other buildings built within the influence range of a Mosque can also get faster research speeds, depending on how many scholars are garrisoned in the Mosque itself.
Looking for the Genshin Impact 2.3 release date? The 2.2 update added the final piece of the Inazuma puzzle, Tsurumi Island, alongside two new hangout events and one new character - Thoma is a Pyro polearm user who appears on the next Genshin Impact banner.
As the Inazuma storyline comes to a close, fans have their eye on the horizon and are already sifting through all the available information about the next update. There are still several new Genshin Impact characters who we've met as NPCs, but have yet to appear on a banner, and there are even rumours of a new area coming in the 2.4 update.
Dataminers and beta testers have shared plenty of information on the 2.3 update, which appears to include the continuation of quests in the Dragonspine region, two new characters, and an adorable dog for the Serenitea Pot. However, as none of this content has been officially released yet, it's all subject to change - we'll learn more when the Genshin Impact at 2.3 livestream event.
Before the dawn of pocket-sized supercomputers, phoneboxes provided a staple service within our cities and towns. Not only did they give Clark Kent somewhere to strip off, but they also ensured a constant line of communication when out and about. While a select few remain in service today, many now live their lives as repurposed miniature coffee shops, libraries, and even defibrillator hubs. Now, it looks like these retro relics are about to take on a new role in the UK as the "world's smallest gaming arcade".
Powered by a 5G connection and Nvidia's GeForce Now, the converted kiosks will use a tablet and a controller to access the service, providing users remote access to their gaming PC libraries. While you'll need to stand within this tiny street setup, the booth does feature an integrated mini-fridge, meaning you can stay hydrated while playing within this unconventional space.
The green team claims that the cloud gaming booths will help gamers get their "daily gaming fix when they're not at home", but also says it'll help safeguard "work and social life". Weirdly, this makes playing games sound like a risque act, but Nvidia also has data to back up its objectives.
If the GPU provides the muscle, then it's fair to say the CPU is the brains of your gaming PC. When one can no longer do the heavy lifting, it makes the other's job that much more difficult, causing what is known as a bottleneck. That's why, every once in a while, it's good to perform a CPU upgrade to match the best graphics card and boost FPS in-game. But don't worry, it's much easier than you'd think, even for a beginner.
Knowing exactly when to upgrade your processor is tricky, especially since Intel and AMD regularly release new products. Some PC enthusiasts prefer to own the best components available, while others prefer to wait until their rigs are stuttering and ready for retirement.
If you want to find out the culprit causing strain on your PC, you can use MSI Afterburner - free overclocking software that displays CPU and GPU loads. Once you've fiddled about with the settings in the software, simply boot a game with it running in the background and keep an eye on the percentages. If your CPU is regularly hitting 90-100% while your GPU isn't, then it's time for that much-needed upgrade.
Today's the day Intel finally pulls back the curtain on its new Alder Lake desktop CPUs, ushering in a new level of performance with its 12th generation Core lineup at the company's Intel Innovation event. To make sure you're there the minute the announcement comes and pre-orders go live, we have all the information you need to tune in.
We have plenty of reason to be excited for Alder Lake given all of the leaks and benchmarks that have cropped up in the run-up to release, but it's especially enticing when compared to the lacklustre performance of its predecessor, Rocket Lake. The new architecture's heterogeneous design does away with the traditional homogenous core and thread count, and combines specialised performance and efficiency cores, which should hopefully result in improvements in power consumption and performance.
Intel's upcoming Alder Lake processors are due to arrive in November, just in time for that new Christmas gaming PC you're looking to build. While team blue's CPUs should officially see the light of day at the Intel Innovation event on October 27, the rumour mill is spinning full-throttle with plenty of leaks on key specs and performance benchmarks.
The new chips will be the first to support DDR5 RAM and PCIe 5 which should make them perfect partners for the best gaming RAM and best SSDs of the future. However, you'll be pleased to know that they'll also support your existing DDR4 RAM and PCie SSDs. Intel's proprietary interface technology Thunderbolt 4 will also make a return.
It's too early to call whether Alder Lake will put Intel on top in terms of having the best gaming CPU on the market, but the Core i9-12900K, with its reported 16 cores and 24 threads, is shaping up to give AMD's Ryzen 9 5950X a run for the title.
Want to know what this week's Destiny 2 Nightfall weapon is? Each week you've got a chance at a different weapon for completing Nightfall Strikes, and as of Season of the Lost, you can now get fan-favourite legacy weapons from the original Destiny. Two more of these weapons arrived in Season of the Lost, so it's more important than ever to know in advance the Nightfall weapon schedule.
In case all these words are new to you, Nightfall: The Ordeal is a playlist available in the Vanguard menu, alongside the basic Strike playlist. Each week, a different Strike is chosen as the Nightfall, and offered in five escalating difficulties, with harder enemies, challenging modifiers, and enemy power levels cranking up.
The coveted Nightfall weapons have a chance to drop from any Nightfall Strike difficulty, but it's far more likely at higher levels. Your best bet for farming each week's Nightfall weapon is to set the Strike to Master difficulty, according to YouTuber Aztecross. You should also note that there's no automatic matchmaking above Hero difficulty, however, so you'll need to get a squad together.
In time, you will know the tragic extent of my failings, but in Darkest Dungeon 2 goodness me you'll hear about everyone's failings constantly. The horrific dungeon-crawling sequel entered early access yesterday, and my initial impression is that I'm surrounded by squabbling children. Managing the stress of your heroes is more important than ever, because if anyone is even mildly irked they will interrupt every fight to shout about how their squadmate is a kill-stealing dick. I'm this close to turning the stagecoach back around and embracing the impending apocalypse.
Listen. Outside your window, the chill wind chuckles in raspy glee at autumn's death rattle. The branches of dying trees rake their gnarled fingers against the glass. You are spooked. You turn to the warm glow of your monitor for comfort. Instead, you find the most terrifying thing imaginable: an unpopular opinion about a videogame. On the internet, no less. You blink and rub your eyes in disbelief. Still, the words remain. Stark. Unforgiving. Undeniably spicy: "Resident Evil Village was disappointing and its success does not bode well for the future of survival horror."
You go to type a comment but, uh, your fingers are gone, or something. Just hear me out.
After a months-long spin around the rumour mill, the first batch of Intel 12th Gen Alder Lake CPUs is official. Despite the 11th Gen Rocket Lake chips only launching earlier this year, Alder Lake represents the biggest generational jump for Intel in over half a decade, thanks to its completely redesigned "hybrid" architecture and DDR5 memory support.
As factory-building sim Satisfactory continues to assemble itself through early access, the next major update runs a real risk of becoming a train wreck. Now in public testing, Update 5 introduces new features to manage train timetables and routes, and you'll want to pay attention to those because trains can now crash.
Well, well, it looks like after all these years Woody was wrong. Buzz Lightyear is no longer just a toy. Last year, Lightyear was announced in a massive info dump from Disney with information about other Disney properties like Wandavision, Loki, Star Wars: Bad Batch, and more. And today, the world got its first look […]
At this point, it is no secret that beating the Dark Souls games in the most ridiculous ways possible is one of the most interesting challenges in gaming. And while we've seen players accomplish this feat by using Rock Band drum sets and toasters, few of these feats are more impressive than what one player […]
With next-generation console hardware limited to around 1TB as standard, HDD space for new game installs has never been more at a premium. News of a reduced install size for Call of Duty Vanguard over in comparison to its predecessor, then, will come as music to the ears of fans who have long had to […]
At this point, Surviving the Aftermath, a "post-apocalyptic survival management game from developer Iceflake Studios," has remained in Early Access for over two years. During this time, the game has received a myriad of updates based on player feedback. Judging by the more recent Steam reviews, players have felt mostly positive about the changes made. Soon enough, will get the opportunity to experience Surviving the Aftermath in a completed state for the first time. The developers have officially announced that the game will finally leave Early Access on November 16. According to a press release, the Early Access Founder's Edition now includes the Outback Radio Pack. If players already have the Founder's Edition in their library, then they will automatically receive the radio pack in the full version as a free update. If players want to experience the Early Access version before the full game launches, then they have until November 1 to buy it at a 25% discou...
PC Invasion - FeedDDD Wednesday, October 27, 2021 2:30 PM
Paradox Development Studio announced today that the Royal Court expansion for Crusader Kings III has been delayed until 2022. Among the many, many, delay notices we've gotten for games this year, this one is not surprising. Back in August, the developer mentioned the expansion is "going to take longer" than expected. To be frank, the team wasn't set on a concrete release year, but the expansion was somewhat expected to release in 2021. That won't be the case, however, and you'll have to wait to entertain/poison the guests of your court next year. The developer didn't cite the pandemic in the original message. Instead, the team noted that the Royal Court expansion is "very technically challenging," and they were "doing things we've never done before from the ground up." The developer said it has a "grand" vision for the expansion, which suggested there was going to be a lot of work and tweaking. ...
PC Invasion - FeedDDD Wednesday, October 27, 2021 1:00 PM
So, you've just beaten the Painter and Golly, the last two bosses in Botopia. Soon, we'll conclude this disturbing yet highly entertaining journey. Here's our Inscryption guide to help you with the finale, ending, and the possibility of a New Game+ mode. Note: For more information, check out our Inscryption guides and features hub. Likewise, please be reminded that this guide contains spoilers. Inscryption guide – The finale, ending, and a New Game+ mode of sorts Check the terminal near where you found the Gem Drone. You'll see that it's connected to a network. Say that you're not a robot and you'll be transported to a dark chamber. There, Grimora, Magnificus, and Leshy will tell you of their plans. Return back to the board and make your way to the starting point of Botopia (the one with the pillars). P03 gloats, then Leshy kills him. Grimora then deletes all the files in the floppy disk. Inscryption's finale The next sequences...
PC Invasion - FeedDDD Wednesday, October 27, 2021 12:50 PM
After beating the Photographer and Archivist, we'll make our way to the western section of Botopia. There are two more uberbots that we need to defeat. Here's our Inscryption Act 3 boss guide guide to help you beat the Painter and Golly. Note: For more information, check out our Inscryption guides and features hub. Likewise, please be reminded that this guide contains spoilers. Inscryption Act 3 boss guide – How to beat the Painter and Golly uberbots Once you reach the western crossroads, you'll have no choice but to head south. Eventually, P03 will ask you to solve factory puzzles to get the Gem Drone. This will let you pass and, after a bit of exploration, you'll reach the Painter's tower. Inscryption Act 3 boss – The Painter Mini-dungeon tip – Interact with the radar dish so you can reach the northern section of the zone later. There's also a shop here which has a clue for the Cuckoo Clock puzzle. Boss mechanic – The P...
PC Invasion - FeedDDD Wednesday, October 27, 2021 12:40 PM
You'll progress normally as you learn the mechanics in the Botopia zone of Inscryption. Soon, you'll be going up against bosses known as uberbots. Here's our Inscryption Act 3 boss guide to help you beat the Photographer and Archivist. Note: For more information, check out our Inscryption guides and features hub. Likewise, please be reminded that this guide contains spoilers. Inscryption Act 3 boss guide – How to beat the Photographer and Archivist uberbots After a few fights, you'll eventually stumble upon the second checkpoint in Botopia. This is also when P03 tells you to find a battery, unshackling you and letting you solve puzzles in the factory. This checkpoint is also important for two other reasons: This crossroads has a northern path to the Photographer boss and a southern path to the Archivist boss. If you click at the southeastern/bottom-right corner, you'll notice a hidden arrow that takes you to the Mycologist secret boss. Inscryp...
Nintendo Everything Wednesday, October 27, 2021 2:39 PM
Gameplay has now emerged for Pikmin Bloom, Niantic's new mobile title that saw a surprise release last night starting in Australia and Singapore. GameXplain's video shows the initial setup, what happens when you're walking, the shop, and more. For those that missed our previous coverage, check out some additional information below: Niantic, Inc. today started the global launch of Pikmin...
New gameplay is in for Dusk, a retro-styled first-person shooter. The game will finally release on Switch tomorrow following a lengthy delay. Here's an overview of Dusk: Battle through an onslaught of mystical backwater cultists, possessed militants & even darker forces as you attempt to discover just what lurks beneath the Earth in this retro FPS. Three distinct campaign episodes...
M2 today announced Hishou Same! Same! Same!, the latest addition to its M2 ShotTriggers and Toaplan Arcade Garage series. A release is planned for Spring 2022 in Japan. Hishou Same! Same! Same! will come with the arcade versions of the shoot 'em up game Hishou Zame! (otherwise known as Sky Shark / Flying Shark) as well as Same! Same! Same!...
Twitter user MondoMega has extracted new information about potential plans for Nintendo Switch Online thanks to a recent datamine. It goes without saying that additional titles are planned for the future. At least on the N64 side of things, Nintendo has already confirmed several heavy hitters, including Zelda: Majora's Mask, Paper Mario, Pokemon Snap, and Banjo-Kazooie. Based on MondoMega's datamine,...
Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars lands on Switch tomorrow, and we now have gameplay from the final release. The RPG comes from creative director Yoko Taro, composer Keiichi Okabe, and character designer Kimihiko Fujisaka of NieR and Drakengard fame. Here's some additional information about the title: Developed by the creative team behind the beloved NieR and Drakengard series,...
Publisher Blowfish Studios and developer WhaleFood Games have set a release date for KungFu Kickball, a team-based sports platform fighter. Switch owners will be able to pick up the title starting on December 2. KungFu Kickball was first announced for Switch in August 2019. At the time, it was planned for a Q1 2020 release. Here's some additional information about...
Surviving the Aftermath now has a release date on Switch. The post-apocalyptic survival colony builder will launch on November 16, publisher Paradox Interactive and developer Iceflake Studios announced today. Surviving the Aftermath was first confirmed for Switch exactly one year ago. It was originally planned for a Spring 2021 release. For more on the game, check out the following overview:...
Level-5 has returned with a pair of videos for Megaton Musashi. Along with a "V-Navigator Haruka's One-Point Overview: Story" trailer, we also have a commercial. Below are both videos: Megaton Musashi arrives for Switch in Japan on November 11. A western release has not been announced at this time.
The "O Archon, Have I Done Right?" is one of the world quests in Genshin Impact that you need to complete to achieve your maximum reputation level in Inazuma. The key to achieving this is patience and memory because you can only get this quest as a daily commission. That means you can not predict […]
Player Assist | Game Guides & Walkthroughs Wednesday, October 27, 2021 12:30 PM
Shane is a villager that may seem gruff and unfriendly in manner, but despite that, he gets a lot of love in the Stardew Valley community. There are twelve marriageable candidates for you to choose from in Pelican Town. If you think marrying Shane takes the cake, then this guide will help you win him […]
Player Assist | Game Guides & Walkthroughs Wednesday, October 27, 2021 10:13 AM
One of the first few Shrines in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is the Keh Namut Shrine or the Cryonis Trial. This shrine is one of four shrines that Link must complete so he may be able to leave the Great Plateau region. This shrine is also Link's introduction to Cryonis, which […]
Gaming Instincts – Next-Generation of Video Game Journalism Wednesday, October 27, 2021 12:43 PM
Hello folks. MMOBomb holds a new giveaway for Elyon. Their message follows. Elyon has officially arrived as free-to-play. In celebration of the launch, Elyon is giving away your own Ret Parrot Mount. Claim your key and explore the world of infinite possibilities! A few words about Elyon Elyon is a thrilling MMORPG set in a world of magic and technology, where factions battle in fierce wars to clai...
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Hello folks. MMOBomb holds a new giveaway for Call of War. Read on for their offering. To celebrate Halloween, MMOBomb and Bytro have partnered up to score YOU 25.000 Gold in-game premium currency and 1 Month (31 days) Premium Account for Call of War without any cost! Please note this giveaway is for new players only. A few words about Call of War Take over the control of one of the mighty nations...
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Hello all. We have another excellent giveaway from MMOBomb for Supremacy 1914. Let's hear them out. To celebrate Halloween, MMOBomb and Bytro have partnered up to score YOU 25.000 Gold in-game premium currency and 1 Month (31 days) Premium Account for Supremacy 1914 without any cost! Please note this giveaway is for new players only. A few words about Supremacy 1914 Take over the control of ...
How do you celebrate the dawning of a new age of a globally beloved game franchise? Ring the town bell? Visit the blacksmith for some upgrades? How about book a castle, build a giant fully functional trebuchet, and use it to fling a load of assorted items for a smashing good time? Add former World's […]