Dark Souls: Remastered is still as cruel as the original version, and there are some pretty creative afflictions your undead hero can contract on his or her adventures through a desiccated kingdom. There are two specific status effects that are the absolute worst, ones that you’ll want to cure as quickly as possible — that’s the egg parasite and curse. Both are annoying, awful, terrible, and make life way harder.
Secret areas are awesome, and Dark Souls: Remastered loves itself some secret areas. Not only are they cool location in their own right, with unique enemy encounters, hidden bosses, and special items to find, they’re just cool looking. They’re also really easy to overlook if you’re new to the series and haven’t poked or prodded every inch of Lordran. If you’ve got that sneaking suspicion that there’s something left to explore in the kingdom, then we’re here to help you out.
So perhaps like me you got a little turned around doing the quest titled “ city under siege” in ESO. I literally walked back to the beach after everything was done and it was saying that I had to go back to “Observe Balreth’s Attack“. Well after some Reddit searching I have finally found the crypt that I needed to go back into (Actually if you never leave it, once Balreth is awoken inside of the crypt, there will a portal that opens, that is the one you need to go into to end up being on board of the boat) If for whatever reason you decided to leave the crypt after you guys awoke Barleth here is where you need to be in order to get back to it. First on the main portion of the map, you need to click on is “StoneFalls”
Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire is a direct sequel to Pillars of Eternity. The video game will take place within Eora where players step into the role of a Watcher. Our protagonist has the ability to look into other character’s souls along with reading their memories or past lives.
There are exotics that any Guardian can unlock in the Destiny 2: Warmind DLC. The Worldline Zero sword is a Power Weapon with balanced defense stats, a special attack — and it looks awesome. If you’re looking for free exotics, this is one anyone can get with a little bit of effort. Same goes for a very special Sparrow that, when equipped, actually increases transmat time during the Warsat Down public event. If you’re looking to speed up those events, this is a pretty good combo to unlock.
As if Bungie finally heard all the cries of the Destiny faithful, one of the long-lost favorites from the original game is making a return in the Destiny 2: Warmind DLC. The Sleeper Simulant is a powerful Linear Fusion Rifle, and it’s a natural fit for the remixed Power Weapon Slot.
There’s a new type of collectible in Destiny 2: Warmind — the Lost Data Fragments. There are 45 of these fragments in total, and shooting 35 will unlock the powerful Wordline Zero Exotic Sword. That isn’t the only reward — you’ll also get an awesome cosmetic Sparrow for getting all 45.
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Get ready for a fight in A Way Out, Part 3: Preparations. The third act of A Way Out sends Leo and Vincent home — you’ll visit family, track down Harvey’s associates, and rob gas stations to earn enough scratch to purchase an arsenal of weapons. Yes, there’s a totally new mechanic in one of these chapters — full-blow third-person shooting.
The PS4 remake is almost upon us, and to celebrate the HD re-release of Shadow of the Colossus, we’re re-exploring the game and revealing how to beat all 16 bosses. Shadow of the Colossus is all about hunting down these giant, majestic constructs — and it’s up to you to figure out how to destroy them. Usually it involves a complex puzzle, and learning how to expose their weakness or climb on them can be really tricky.