PCGamesN Sunday, March 5, 2023 5:21 PM
What are the Destiny 2 From Zero quest steps? The Destiny 2 From Zero quest is giving some Guardians a headache, but fortunately, it's not that difficult to complete as long as you know what you're doing. If you're stuck with this quest, don't worry. We have everything you need to know to complete the quest and earn the Iterative Loop legendary fusion rifle.
Continue reading Destiny 2 From Zero quest guide – how to completeMORE FROM PCGAMESN: Destiny 2 classes, Destiny 2 exotics, Destiny 2 builds
PCGamesN Sunday, March 5, 2023 5:04 PM
How can you get the Destiny 2 Deterministic Chaos exotic Void machine gun? Deterministic Chaos exotic Void machine gun is one of the best new weapons in Lightfall. However, in typical Destiny 2 form, if you want to nab this beast, you'll have to complete an exotic quest to earn it.
If you're one of many Guardians looking to cop this monster of a weapon in Destiny 2, which debuted in Destiny 2 season 20 and is one of several new weapons on the Destiny 2 Lightfall exotics list, then you're going to want to review what you need to do to get one of the FPS game's best new guns into your hands.Destiny 2 classes, Destiny 2 exotics, Destiny 2 builds
PCGamesN Sunday, March 5, 2023 4:30 PM
How do you get the Destiny 2 Swarmers exotic Warlock leg armour? Swarmers are a hot new Warlock exotic leveraging the Strand Darkness-based subclass to make some of the most powerful builds in Lightfall. If you're a Warlock main, you won't want to miss the chance to get these powerful exotic armour pieces.
And, while it's worth the work to earn these Destiny 2 season 20 exotic armour pieces, it may not be easy, depending on your Destiny 2 skill level. Luckily, we have a few tips to help you earn these powerful pieces of gear in the FPS game to add to your favourite Warlock Broodweaver loadout in Lightfall.
Continue reading Destiny 2 Swarmers exotic guide – how to get the Warlock leg armourMORE FROM PCGAMESN: Destiny 2 classes, Destiny 2 exotics, Destiny 2 builds
PCGamesN Sunday, March 5, 2023 12:41 PM
The Terraformers release date is almost here, and it's adding some extremely cool new features as it steps out of early access on Steam and GOG for the full version 1.0 launch. The Mars-based space city-building game is adding the ability to found cities on the two Martian moons of Phobos and Deimos, along with several other additional tweaks, as it moves into full release.
Continue reading Mars-based city builder Terraformers adds moon cities as 1.0 arrivesMORE FROM PCGAMESN: Upcoming PC Games, The best city-building games
PCGamesN Sunday, March 5, 2023 12:01 PM
It's been just over a year since Lost Ark launched worldwide, and the Korean-developed game has proven itself as one of the best new MMOs on PC despite a series of teething issues including server troubles and waves of bot accounts. As the second year kicks off, PCGamesN talks to Soomin Park, franchise leader at publisher Amazon Games, about what the team has learned, its future plans, and closing the gap between Lost Ark's regional versions.
Continue reading Lost Ark's first year saw "growing pains," but Amazon has big plansMORE FROM PCGAMESN: Best MMORPG – top MMOs you should play, Lost Ark class tier list, All Lost Ark Mokoko Seeds locations
PCGamesN Sunday, March 5, 2023 11:22 AM
Hailing from the sunny streets of Los Angeles, new Valorant agent Gekko is an initiator akin to the FPS game's resident environmentalist Skye, but instead of totemic animals he uses slimy little creatures known as 'buddies' to break through enemy ranks and cause absolute chaos.Valorant Night Market dates, Valorant ranks order, distribution, and ranking system explained, Valorant crosshair codes
PCGamesN Sunday, March 5, 2023 12:01 PM
As Lost Ark year two begins for a worldwide audience, Amazon Games tells us it hopes to close the gap between the western release and Korean build of the fantasy MMO game "faster than players expect." Following the release of the Lost Ark Anniversary update, developer Smilegate and publisher Amazon Games say they are planning announcements soon to help bring the editions closer together.
Continue reading Lost Ark year two aims to "greatly reduce the gap" between regionsMORE FROM PCGAMESN: Best MMORPG – top MMOs you should play, Lost Ark class tier list, All Lost Ark Mokoko Seeds locations
Twinfinite Sunday, March 5, 2023 4:30 PM
You can keep your robot hand and still afford any of these great bits of ink.
Twinfinite Sunday, March 5, 2023 4:00 PM
We'd love to see these actors enter The Fog.
Twinfinite Sunday, March 5, 2023 2:40 PM
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Siliconera Sunday, March 5, 2023 3:00 PM
While most people will hear KEMCO and think, "that's the company focusing on RPGs," it isn't entirely accurate. It also publishes titles from different genres. The Smile Alchemist is more of a simulation akin to the Atelier series, albeit a bit more simplistic. You can see the mobile-like elements, from energy requirements to the Wish Stone currency you earn for unlockables. It also isn't terribly meaty. However, the cheerful character designs and hits of instant gratification that come from getting items, turning them into different items via alchemy, then turning those in to fill quests for rewards or get money so you can repeat the loop can be satisfying.
The Smile Alchemist stars a young boy named Nayc. He's terrible at alchemy, but determined to become an alchemist. So his teacher gives him a pair of glasses that vastly increase his odds of success. After finally completing his first synthesis, via a staged scenario with the town's mayor to make creating some simple medicine become more harrowing, you're essentially left to your own devices. You can pursue the main story's brief episodes, go through short side stories, or simply stay in Nayc's little hub, endlessly grinding to earn materials and areas, buy new books, sell more products, and continually unlock more in that aforementioned loop.
In case you probably didn't guess, that's what I did for a shockingly long time. While it is 100% advised to go through the story, I got caught up in the pattern of gathering, creating, selling or completing requests, so I could then get more recipes, gather at hopefully new areas, create maybe different things, and sell those items. It's catchy! Not always entirely optimized, in some ways. I hated holding down the action button to synthesize every time, and gathering could be more efficient since it means alternating between occasionally cheering and… holding a button while moving the joystick. But still, I fell hard and general enjoyed myself.
The Smile Alchemist also offers quite a pleasant aesthetic. There are some awkward localizations and times when you'll see things like an area can unlock after "chapter chapter 2," but the general concept is charming. Some dialogue still comes through as rather charming. Especially when larger fonts are suddenly used in conversations to emphasize tone and importance. The character designs are great, and I'm a big fan of the sprite work used throughout. This isn't like some of these smaller games where the people you see tend to look alike. Everyone is distinctive and has personality. So even if it does get a bit rough, the heart helps endear it to the person playing.
The thing about it is that The Smile Alchemist is an incredibly rudimentary affair. Everything about it feels enthusiastic, and sometimes even vibrant. But then once you complete the same tasks fifteen times in a row in an hour, it really loses its appear. It's clearly intended to be played in sessions no longer than 15-30 minutes at a time, as exemplified by the length of story segments. They're often more like interludes than proper Any longer — say for the purposes of a review such as this — and the veneer wears thin. It's almost like the stamina system isn't there as a mobile trapping, but rather to encourage you to only play briefly, then go off and do something else.
There's something appealing about that. I really appreciated The Smile Alchemist being I could play for a few minutes to get that boost of positivity, then completely step away knowing it's fine and I don't need to get too invested. It can get repetitive and the localization is a little rough, but it has heart. It's like what if we distilled what made an alchemist simulation down to its most base qualities, ensured it was completely colorful, and rolled with it? The result is this, and it's a delightful diversion in small doses.
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Siliconera Sunday, March 5, 2023 12:00 PM
There will soon be a way to get official Bleach coloring pages. Viz Media announced Bleach: The Official Anime Coloring Book. This will be based on the anime adaptation, as noted in the title. There's no release window yet, and only a tentative cover.
Here's the official announcement. The tentative cover art seems to show Ichigo Kurosaki, Rukia Kuchiki, Orihime Inoue, Uryu Ishida, and Yasutora "Chad" Sado as they appeared in the earliest arcs of the show.
People can see the first Bleach Thousand-Year Blood War part on is now over, and part 2 of the anime will begin in July 2023. The latest seasons and past ones of the show are streaming on Disney+ and Hulu. Viz Media handled the manga in the past and is working on Bleach: The Official Anime Coloring Book.
Gamer Empire Sunday, March 5, 2023 2:09 PM
In Project Zomboid, attaching a trailer to a vehicle can be a vital survival strategy, especially when transporting supplies or looting items through your journey. However, figuring out how to attach a trailer may be challenging, as it consumes time and decreases enthusiasm. In this article, we'll show you how to attach a trailer in Project Zomboid so that you can easily haul your supplies and gear. Recommended Read: How to Board Up and Barricade Windows in Project Zomboid In Project Zomboid, you can attach a trailer by driving a vehicle close enough to it, then leaving the vehicle and […]
Gaming Instincts – Next-Generation of Video Game Journalism Sunday, March 5, 2023 4:42 PM
A release date for the character was not announced
Gaming Instincts – Next-Generation of Video Game Journalism Sunday, March 5, 2023 4:18 PM
Additional details for the mode and season have yet to be revealed.
Gaming Instincts – Next-Generation of Video Game Journalism Sunday, March 5, 2023 3:32 PM
The game is "about ready to go"
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