Assassin’s Creed Odysseycontinues the transition of the franchise toward a full-blown action RPG, and that means that there’s a lot new and different from the earliest Assassin’s Creed games. Odyssey is pretty good at teaching you the intricacies of its various mechanics … once. But if you don’t pay attention or forget, you’re going to find yourself struggling. You’ll spend the majority of your time in Odyssey stabbing bad guys or getting into a position to stab bad guys. Since it’s such a big part of your game, you need to be comfortable with it. And we’re here to help with our combat tips. Before you fight Whenever you have the opportunity, take some time to plan before you start a fight. Start by using your bird, Ikaros, to tag your enemies. This will show you their level (so you can run away if you have to), and it’ll let you see their locations and plot a course through them. Generally, the best approach to clearing a … [Read more...] about Assassin’s Creed Odyssey guide: combat and fighting tips
So here you are, about to play Assassin’s Creed Odyssey. But there’s nagging doubt in your head — you skipped Assassin’s Creed Origins! What if you missed something terribly important? It’s not that you shouldn’t play Origins. It’s one of our highest-ranked entries into the Assassin’s Creed series. But you can be forgiven for not wanting to spend $60 and 50 hours or so to understand the newest game, which will also cost you at least $60 and like, 80 hours. Here’s all you need to know to fake your way through understanding what happens in Assassin’s Creed Origins. Who is Layla Hassan? Layla Hassan is the main character of Assassin’s Creed’s modern-day storyline, and she ties the two games together. In Origins, Layla is an employee of Abstergo, AKA the modern-day Templars. She’s on an archeological dig in Egypt, looking for Isu artifacts, when she discovers the mummy of Bayek, and later, Aya. They were the … [Read more...] about Who is Layla Hassan and what happened in Assassin’s Creed Origins?
In this, the second week of Fortnite’s season 6, we’re presented with the following challenge: “Visit all of the Corrupted Areas.” Apparently there are seven of them in total, but unlike most of the challenges where we’re tasked with finding stuff in Fortnite, this one is pretty easy. Why? Well, because they’re marked super clearly on the map: Yep, those purple blotches are what you’re looking for. There are exactly seven of them, which means you’ll have to visit each and every one if you’re looking to complete this challenge. While you’re at it, you may want to consider completing another challenge: “Use a Shadow Stone in different matches.” Shadow Stones are those small cube pick-ups that only appear in Corrupted Areas. You’ll need to grab one in three different matches, so if you’re finishing the first challenge in one sitting, you may as well finish this one while you’re at it. Unfortunately … [Read more...] about Visit all of the Corrupted Areas – Fortnite challenge guide
The Mega Man series has a reputation for being unforgiving, but beyond the veil of pitfalls and instant death spikes are miniature puzzles waiting to be solved. Enemies and hazards are always in the same place run after run, so once you’ve cracked the code you’re on your way to success. Whether you’re a Mega Man veteran or a newcomer, this guide will help you understand how to navigate Mega Man 11’s many old-school and updated nuances. Understanding the double gear system Mega Man 11’s main twist is the inclusion of the double gear system, which translates to two separate powers known as gears. The first is the power gear, which allows Mega Man to fire powered-up shots that do more damage. When firing a normal shot out of his Mega Buster, it looks like a tiny pellet. But using it while kicked into power gear will make it more formidable, dealing more damage and covering a larger range. Mega Man also gains access to another charge shot level by holding down … [Read more...] about Mega Man 11 beginner’s guide
You're playing Spider-Man on PS4 and just beat up a group of bad guys, found an easter egg, unlocked a new costume... or maybe you just want to show off on social media. You've seen plenty of people share their Spider-Man selfies, and now you want to take one too. Need to know where to find this option? Read on and we'll explain.To take a selfie in Spider-Man PS4 is quite easy: simply press the Options button on your DualShock 4 controller and select the "Photo Mode" option. This will take you to a special menu where you can tweak and modify all kinds of settings so you get the perfect shot.The first option you'll see is "Camera Type". There are three camera types in Spider-Man's photo mode: Free, Orbit, and Selfie. Obviously if you're looking to take a selfie-style pic with Spidey holding out his arm and making signs with his free hand, you want the Selfie option, but if this is your first time toying around here, check out the Free and Orbit options as well - there's lots of cool … [Read more...] about How to take selfies in Spider-Man PS4