From the moment you crash-land into the forests outside Baldur’s Gate, Lae’zel pesters you about visiting her people’s crèche. It’s all she’ll talk about, and if you’re trying to romance her (as I am), then the conversation starts to wear thin. Following her request and the questline Find a Cure – Find the Githyanki Crèche […]
Chivalry isn’t dead in Starfield, and you have a chance to prove it when you encounter Zawadi in New Atlantis. The quest is a simple delivery mission, but the writing for this particular mission is packed full of heart. It’s also easy to miss if you’re not in the habit of speaking with random NPCs.
Unseen Aid is the name given to the random chance that you don’t lose your Sen and experience points when you die. And given that Sekiro is one of the most difficult From Software games you can play, you’ll come to hope and pray to see those all-important Kanji characters denoting your second chance! Thankfully,
When the God of War: Ragnarök Valhalla DLC was announced to have “elements inspired by the roguelike genre,” I was instantly intrigued as it is pretty rare for such a prominent developer to touch the intricate and specified nature of roguelikes. Roguelikes have almost completely taken form within the indie game sphere, with the most
Every Bethesda game has one of those “Have you done this?” moments that get talked about and hyped up, and while sometimes that moment lives up to the hype, other times it makes you shake your head and wonder what all the fuss is about. That’s certainly how The Red Mile felt for me, but
Dragon Quest Monsters: The Dark Prince is a genuine Dragon Quest game, as obvious as that may sound. I believe it’s one of the JRPG franchises that truly encapsulates and reintroduces the same elements scattered throughout its gaming bible, such as monster design, spells, setting, and even the same narrative theme. Since Dragon Quest IV—or
The Funnelweb in Destiny 2 is a world drop acquired randomly through running activities like Strike, Crucible, and Gambit; there is no specific way to guarantee the acquisition of this gun; it’s purely a matter of luck. The Funnelweb gained popularity with Destiny 2 players as a favorite submachine gun for being an all-around powerhouse;
Starfield quests can be a mixed bag, and whether it’s the slow-to-start main quest or the various fetch quests that you can find yourself performing, sometimes you can find yourself a little underwhelmed. Thankfully, for every basic quest, there are handfuls of amazing ones that have you making game-changing decisions, engaging with charismatic characters, and
The Sunshot has always been a phenomenal mob-clearing Exotic weapon in Destiny 2. Bungie always shakes up the meta between Seasons, and the Season of the Wish has pushed the Sunshot up from desirable to truly coveted. If you’ve yet to find one, let me show you how to get the Sunshot in Destiny 2.
Starfield is a game that can swallow you up for hours on end, and often, you can find yourself not even paying attention to the main storyline. Those who forgo it completely, though, are missing out on one of Bethesda’s best-crafted storylines and most original as well. The twists and turns that it takes are