What you'll find in the Shadowlands Torghast dungeonEach wing of Torghast offers a different end boss, and these rotate from week to week. There are six in total, so it takes three weeks to cycle through all of the bosses. This is important, because some bosses specifically drop one Memory of the Runecarver or another that you might need for your best-in-slot Legendary item. … [Read more...] about Your guide to Torghast, World of Warcraft’s endless dungeon
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Alfred the GreatThe King of Wessex who finally turned back the tide of Norse invasion and became the only English king to ever earn the name "the Great" is often depicted as the big hero of this era. Valhalla, by contrast, sets him up as one of the principal villains. He's ruthless, scheming, shrewd, and lit with gloomy menace upon his throne. You don't get the sense that this is a guy to be messed with, but not because he's some righteous paragon of a noble kingdom. More so because you think he'd probably push you off of a rooftop and then sell your orphaned children for some tapestries. He's ambitious, and not beyond sacrificing his own people to get what he wants. … [Read more...] about How Assassin’s Creed Valhalla’s historical characters stack up to the real deals
Alan Dexter: I was sorely tempted to buy parts for a budget gaming PC, but the sales came and went and the items were still sat in my basket. Not being able to buy a decent graphics card was the main reason I didn't manage to check out. I also completely missed the Steam sale, which is probably as much a blessing as it is a curse. I did manage to buy something for myself though—a bottle of Laphroaig Quarter Cask Single Malt Scotch Whisky at the height of the Black Friday sales. It arrived a bit late to get me through the sales though, so I've wrapped it up for Christmas. … [Read more...] about What did you buy in 2020’s Black Friday/Cyber Monday sales?
A few downsides to be aware of should you buy this toilet light (which you really should). First, having a light shining inside your toilet is a good way to display how maybe your toilet isn't quite as clean as it really should be. Second, the light turns off pretty quickly once it stops detecting motion, so if you're gonna be sitting there for a while in the dark with a cyberlight shining on your butt, you're gonna need to wave your hand in front of the sensor pretty regularly to keep it turned on. It's sort of like this place I used to work, where the break room had automatic lights, so I'd be eating there alone and the lights would go off and I'd have to wave my arms until the sensor saw me so I could continue eating with the lights on like a real person instead of feeling like a raccoon hurriedly eating some trash in the dark. … [Read more...] about I RGB’d my toilet, and you should too
CD Projekt Red dumps the gameplay demo in the lap of the public. As expected, PC Gamer inspects the trailer and makes a bunch of GIFs. Everyone warms to first-person perspective. Night City sure looks nice from behind the eyes. We're still waiting on release timing, but everyone now knows that Cyberpunk is a game that not only exists, but looks pretty close to completion. It can't be long now, right? … [Read more...] about A look back at the eight year wait for Cyberpunk 2077