Part of Red Dead Redemption 2 Wiki Red Dead Redemption 2 Stranger missions guide will help you with these side missions that are not associated with the story. We also have a dedicated guide for collectibles, such as Geologies for Beginners. Red Dead Redemption 2 Stranger Missions Stranger missions are special side missions that have you meeting interesting individuals and doing certain tasks for/with them. These characters bring further life to the game’s world, and some even unlock special characters and side stories. Arcadia for Amateurs Unlocked: From Chapter 2 onward – The stranger, Albert Mason, is located by the river southeast of Strawberry, which itself is located in the southwest. Talk to the stranger, then head to the highlighted area. You need to chase a coyote that stole Mason’s bag. It runs to the west between two shacks. Shoot it, then retrieve the bag and deliver it back to the photographer. Once you complete this, wait for two … [Read more...] about Red Dead Redemption 2 Stranger Missions Guide
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Gordon slides in and out of the barn’s patio cover wielding a crossbow that shoots red hot rebar at Combine soldiers. Effortlessly switching between the crossbow, submachine gun, and shotgun, Gordon moves into the house opposite the barn and absorbs an inhuman amount of bullets into his HEV suit. Not even the Combine hunter with its charging tackle can stop Gordon from filling it with shotgun buck. Only a helicopter can force him to flee, but even it eventually falls before a disembodied armory. The customary amazement at your abilities follow and another roadblock is soon discovered, beginning the cycle again. It’s hard to talk about Half-Life 2 in 2018 given the position it holds among so many as one of the best games ever made. Having never played the base game until a couple years ago and the episodes this past summer I can appreciate their quality, but don’t believe it reaches anywhere near the pinnacle of what games can do or offer at this point. Half-Life 2 and … [Read more...] about Half-Life 2: Episode 1 & 2 and the Issue of the Silent Protagonist
Guy "Dr Disrespect" Beahm is one of the biggest Twitch game streamers in the world, and today he was forced to end his live session of the Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 battle royale beta after what sounded like gunfire was directed at his home."I've got to end the broadcast right now, someone shot at our house," Beahm says on the stream after removing his trademark Dr Disrespect wig and glasses. "Broke the fucking upstairs window. This is the second shot, someone shot yesterday, at our fucking house and someone shot again right now, connected with the house, upstairs."He has since has since updated the subtitle on his Twitch stream to reassure his viewers, so it now reads "Doc and Family Are Safe. Proper Measures are be taken while stream is down for the day." We'll update this story if Beahm chooses to share more information about the incident, or if there is an official statement from law enforcement. 36 year-old Beahm has around 2.5 million followers on Twitch, and won the … [Read more...] about Twitch celebrity Guy “Dr Disrespect” Beahm ends stream after home is apparently fired upon
Ever since the reveal of the upcoming Destiny 2: Forsaken expansion, the game's second year has enjoyed an infusion of hope and excitement far in excess of anything seen in the community since launch. Promising to give power back to players, alongside real control over their experience and a great deal of long-term hobbyist depth, Destiny 2’s second phase has huge potential to put right what went so wrong. But, Bungie being Bungie - and thus committed to big, enigmatic assurances, followed by slow-and-steady trickles of hard detail - it's so far been hard to entirely quantify the full promise of Year Two and Forsaken. A game as complex as Destiny, of course, thrives or dies based on the minutiae. Fortunately, while there's still more to be clarified over the summer months, we recently got a solid chunk of new details. Speaking to Bungie's Scott Taylor and Steve Cotton at E3, we dug into things with a bit more granularity, and pulled out everything the studio currently seems … [Read more...] about Destiny 2: Forsaken: 12 game-changing details Bungie told us about at E3, and what they mean for the future
It’s been a while since I picked up a zombie game. Back when the genre was at its peak, I was with everyone else in spending hours in Left 4 Dead 2, Dead Island, and Call of Duty’s Zombies mode. Since then, zombie-focused adventures have fallen from grace due to oversaturation and lack of innovation. You can imagine my surprise then when a console severely lacking in exclusives is touting an open-world zombie title as a reason to buy the box. The original State of Decay was unique in that it presented a simulated RPG zombie-world to survive in. The goal was merely to build a base and survive alongside other humans. You switch between the different survivors in your base as you search for upgrade materials and new characters to bring in. Potentially, you could play the game endlessly, upgrading your world until you get bored and create a new one. On the contrary, I do a lot of retreating. For better or worse, State of Decay 2 doesn’t innovate much on that formula, at … [Read more...] about State of Decay 2 First Impressions – Are Zombies Cool Again?