Apex Legends, in case you somehow haven’t heard, is the recent slide-n-shoot battle royale hit from Titanfall devs Respawn – and it’s a pretty damn good game. And now that Season 1 has released, it looks set to be even damn good-er than before. Certainly enough for me to spend hundreds of hours in-game collating the below top Apex legends tips and tricks on how to become pretty damn good yourself. Our 100 Apex Legends tips are broken into four skill sections: beginner, intermediate, advanced, and expert. A lot of effort has been made to ensure there’s something for everyone here, even seasoned veterans. There are some really obscure tips and strategies in the advanced and expert sections, so if you’re confident that you know everything there is to know about Apelegs, I suggest you skip ahead, and prepare to be surprised! 100 Apex Legends tips and tricks – Apex Legends guide for beginners and experts Our Apex Legends tips and tricks are filled with … [Read more...] about 100 Apex Legends tips (1.1.1): Apex Legends guide, practical top tips for all skill levels
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Apex Legends, you may have heard, is a pretty alright game. It’s so pretty alright, in fact, that since its release I’ve sunk many hundreds of hours into this high-octane slide-n-shooter in an attempt to become pretty alright at it myself. And now at last I’ve resurfaced, and I’m ready to share with you my top Apex Legends tips and tricks on how to become pretty alright yourself. Our 100 Apex Legends tips are broken into four sections: beginner, intermediate, advanced, and expert. A lot of effort has been put into this to make it so there’s something for everyone here, even seasoned veterans. There are some really obscure tips and strategies in the advanced and expert sections, so if you’re confident that you know everything there is to know about Apelegs, I suggest you skip to those sections and prepare to be surprised! 100 Apex Legends tips – Apex Legends guide for beginners and experts Click on any of the links below to skip ahead to a … [Read more...] about 100 Apex Legends tips
PCG Q&AEvery weekend, the PCG Q&A asks our team a question about PC gaming. Past editions include:Do FPS games still need a singleplayer campaign?Which game is just too damn long?What's the most disappointed you've been by a game's ending?The first weekly PCG Q&A asked the PC Gamer team to reminisce about the first PC games we ever played, but what were the first games that really hooked us? Which games did we obsess over so much the soundtracks turn up in our dreams? Which games were so good we decided to make a whole career out of writing about them? Once you open the nostalgia box there's no going back, which means that almost all of us jumped in to answer this one. The precise question: What's the first game you really loved? Let us know your first gaming love in the comments.Wes Fenlon: Prince of PersiaPrince of Persia enchanted me in that way a videogame can only completely do when you're young. I hadn't played other platformers, come to understand the common … [Read more...] about What’s the first game you really loved?
From the subtle flick of the monstrously-successful Wiimote to the monochromatic death gaze of the doomed Virtual Boy, it’s fair to say that Nintendo is no stranger to innovation. Sometimes it pays off. Sometimes it doesn’t. And when the ancient Japanese toymaker unveiled a line of Switch peripherals known as Labo back in January, many fans cracked jokes at the contrast between Labo’s cardboard-powered approach and Sony and Microsoft’s ever-escalating race for technological supremacy. But many also celebrated its creative approach, which allows users to build their own controllers and contraptions out of cardboard and sync those with software on their Switch. With the buzz that Nintendo’s take on build-it-your-way toys is generating even beyond the gaming sphere, we sat down with a handful of companies that have been making their own waves in the build-to-play world to see what they think about the industry giant making overtures towards their … [Read more...] about Toy companies analyze Nintendo’s plans for Labo
Tim Rogers is a game developer and writer. His next game is Videoball for PS4, Xbox One, and Steam. Do the Souls games have a Secret Design Formula? Well, yes. As far as I can tell, here it is: 1. Have good taste Now that I've used up my "say something snippy" quota for the week, I want to be serious about Bloodborne and the Souls games: I like them a lot. I like them because they have great action design, they have great level design, and they have great experience design. I'll talk about those three things in that order. If you are one of those people whose first instinct is to ask for a "short version" in the comments, here it is: Souls games are great because of action warm-ups. Put action warm-ups on everything. If you don't know or can't deduce what I mean when I say action warm-up, I'm sorry: you're going to have to read the long version. Controlling a humanoid character in a game has always been, for me, a mildly body-horrible experience. Some games try to make … [Read more...] about Bloodborne : You are the experience points