In Monster Hunter: World, hunters are tasked with using their wit and cunning to track and slay enormous wild beasts, armed with razor sharp claws, thorny tails, and the capacity to breathe fire and ice. The 14 different weapon types hunters have to choose from to help bring down these giants are all different, and it can be complicated to understand what makes them all unique. Let this guide help.
Monster Hunter: World takes the long running cult favorite series a blasts it into the mainstream. During it’s trip from handheld back to big time console game, it’s gain a whole lot of bells and whistles that are, frankly, not that easy to navigate. Have no fear! The first couple of hours of Monster Hunter: World will be overwhelming, but keep these tips in your mind when sorting it all out, and you’ll be well on your way to glory.
Monster Hunter has been around for almost 15 years, but Monster Hunter: World will likely be the first time many gamers try the series. There's a reason for that; the franchise is as well known for its epic wildlife and big swords as it is for not being new player friendly. While Monster Hunter: World will no doubt bring a set of unique and possibly brand new systems to the franchise, there are some general rules and formulas the series follows that new players will want to understand prior to diving in. That's what this article is for! Welcome to Monster Hunter 101.
They Are Billions is a race against time, and you have to build your economy as efficiently as possible in order to be able to construct the defenses necessary to hold the zombie hordes at bay. The game’s Mayors offer you random chances to boost your economy in major ways, but if you’re just starting out it can be difficult to know which bonuses are most useful for you. Here’s what you need to know to make the best choices for survival.
They Are Billions gives you a single, brutal task: survive. That’s much easier said than done when you’re starting out, so we’re here with plenty of tips about how to make use of the first few days in your colony, as well as what to do when the zombies start knocking.
Navigating the first holiday event for Nintendo’s interior design/student loan simulator is a little different from playing the base game. Here’s a handy guide to ensure you get all of the Christmas goodies.
Now that you've got all the contracts in your grubby fists, it's time to give the devil his due! Of course, it won't be that simple, as his #1, King Dice, isn't going to just let you waltz into his office without your due harassment. But with some persistence and this guide, you'll be beating back the devil in no time.
Cuphead's notorious difficulty makes it a Max Fleischer-flavored hellscape. The bosses are fierce and furious, and without some guidance, they can be a truly bitter tea to swallow. That's where this guide comes in. Fresh off of the bridge from Inkwell Isle II, you'll notice that a fresh – and colorful – hell awaits you. With more baddies and some of the toughest challenges you've seen yet, get ready to get a heaping helping of hurt put on you.
Choosing a faction won’t change how you experience the game, not like, say choosing Horde or Alliance in World of Warcraft might. Instead, you’ll have access to a unique cache of guns and armor (because really, isn’t that what this is all about anyway), each with a slightly different color scheme depending on which faction you pick.
So who to choose? What is each faction about and what do they stand for? Let this lore guide to Destiny 2's three core factions help you decide.
Cuphead's notorious difficulty makes it a Max Fleischer-flavored hellscape. The bosses are fierce and furious, and without some guidance, they can be a truly bitter tea to swallow. That's where this guide comes in. If you've conquered Inkwell Island I, congratulations! The bad news is the bosses that call Inkwell Island II home are even more challenging than the first collection of baddies you pummeled into submission. The good news is with this guide in your arsenal, some persistence and a dash of luck, you'll be collecting all those isle II contracts in no time!
Cuphead's notorious difficulty makes it a Max Fleischer-flavored hellscape. The bosses are furious and fierce, and without some guidance, can be a really bitter tea to swallow. Allow us at Gamepedia to help! With these tips, the first collection of baddies will seem far less frustrating. You'll be collecting those contracts in no time!
Battlefield 1: In the Name of the Tsar adds 11 new weapons for players to get their hands on, and the sheer variety of death-dealing weaponry is something to behold. From tried and true classics like the Mosin-Nagant rifle to the experimental SMG 08/18, there’s a little something for each and every kind of Battlefield player to latch onto. This guide collects all the information you'll need to unlock each and every new weapon.
Battlefield 1: In the Name of the Tsar expansion adds a huge variety of locations for players to wage war on, including the mountainous Lupkow Pass. The map’s snow-covered hills and vertical nature make it among the DLC’s most unique terrains, offering up new gameplay strategies and possibilities for players to discover. This guide, along with some quick tips, will tell you all you need to know to find success on the Lupkow Pass battlefield.
Much of Battlefield 1: In the Name of the Tsar revolves around intense and bloody infantry combat. Not so with the Galicia map, though, which in many ways feels like a more traditional Battlefield combat zone compared to maps like Lupkow Pass or Tsaritsyn. Here are the essential tips you need to know to come out on top when battling across Galicia’s war-torn countryside.
Battlefield 1: In the Name of the Tsar is mostly about the Russian front of World War I, but it would be remiss to neglect the fact that Russia underwent a bloody civil war during and after the Great War. Thankfully, two of the latest Battlefield 1 expansion's six maps revolve around the conflict, which pitted the socialist Red Army against the anti-communist White Guard. One of the two Russian civil war maps is the stunning Tsaritsyn, and it’s one of the most visually impressive Battlefield 1 maps to date. Use this guide and tips to ensure your side emerges victorious.
Battlefield 1: In the Name of the Tsar offers a wide-range of snow-covered locations to do battle on, ranging from frozen islands to breathtaking cathedrals. For those who are looking for an up close and personal infantry focused battle, Brusilov Keep doesn’t disappoint. Use this guide and quick tips to stay one step ahead of the enemy team.
Battlefield 1: In the Name of the Tsar doesn’t just add new maps focusing on the eastern front of World War I. It also adds two new maps (and a new Operation) revolving around the bloody Russian Civil War that occurred during and after the first world war. One of the Russian Civil War maps, Volga River, is among the expansion's largest, and should make tank-piloting Battlefield players extremely happy. This guide will give you the essential information and tips you need to achieve victory.
Battlefield 1: In the Name of the Tsar delivers a slew of new frozen battlefields all across the snowy eastern front of World War I, but there is perhaps no better showcase for the expansions new vehicles and environments than the massive new map Albion. To help you navigate this brand new area, we've created a comprehensive guide with quick tips and strategies to help you get started.
The land of Gemea in Yonder: The Cloud Chaser Chronicles is a lush, beautiful world filled with exotic creatures to tame, mysteries to uncover and quests to complete. From the get-go Yonder offers players plenty of freedom to explore and craft to their heart's content, but it can be tough to know where to start. This guide will help steer you in the right direction by helping you navigate the game world more efficiently, learn some essential crafting recipes and more.
The fate of the Andromeda Initiative rests in your hands as the Pathfinder in Mass Effect: Andromeda. Although the mission has always had a preference for peaceful coexistence with the species of the Heleus Cluster, there will no doubt be instances where you are left with no option but to draw your weapon. This Combat Guide represents the most up-to-date info we have on combat in the Andromeda galaxy. The conflict there is tense, brutal, and fast - but it's nothing you can't handle as as the young upstart Ryder.