How to get to Torghast in WoWOnce you’ve entered the lobby of the dungeon, head forward to the shard set in the floor and head left to the first wing, or right to the second. If you try to walk through the portal, you’ll be presented with the option to queue for the scenario, which can be completed solo or in a party of up to five people. … [Read more...] about Your guide to Torghast, World of Warcraft’s endless dungeon
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Harald FairhairWhile commonly recognized as the first King of Norway, the semi-legendary Harald Fairhair didn't exactly wield absolute power. Norway's rugged, fractured geography makes it very difficult to administer from a central location without modern communications and infrastructure, which is part of why the Norse became so good at making boats. What Harald actually accomplished was almost more like securing an alliance of all the local jarls in which he would be a first among equals. Sigurd in Valhalla doesn't seem to see it that way, and certainly many didn't. Waves of Norse settlers arriving in the British Isles, Frisia, and Northern France around this time very well may have been inspired by a desire to escape increasing royal authority back home. … [Read more...] about How Assassin’s Creed Valhalla’s historical characters stack up to the real deals
Chris Livingston: Did I mention I bought an LED light for my toilet? Yes, I did, at length, and will continue to do so at every opportunity. But I also, finally, bought a Nintendo Switch, even though it wasn't actually on sale. It's my first console in quite a while, basically since I bought an Xbox 360 to play Red Dead Redemption back in 2010. I only have Mario Kart and Animal Crossing on it, plus a bunch of free NES games, but so far I'm impressed. It's a neat little machine, except for those joycons that can go straight to hell. (I also bought a Switch Pro Controller, and it's much better.) Maybe at the holiday break I'll finally, finally get to play Breath of the Wild. … [Read more...] about What did you buy in 2020’s Black Friday/Cyber Monday sales?
My new Cyberpotty has some nice options, like the ability to pick one of seven different colors, with several brightness levels for each. You can even set it to alternate colors every few seconds. With the colors alternating, my glowing toilet more reminds me more of Christmas than science fiction, but having a holiday theme when you take a dump isn't such a bad thing, either. … [Read more...] about I RGB’d my toilet, and you should too
Cyberpunk 2077 has been a long time coming, but we're finally nearing the end of the road. CD Projekt Red will follow up their 2015 smash hit The Witcher 3 with one of the most highly anticipated PC games ever made. We've been waiting to see what CD Projekt's been cooking up for eight years now, and in that time the Polish studio has gone from making meaty, albeit niche RPGs to putting out open world do-anything future fiction that looks like it could knock Grand Theft Auto down a peg or two. … [Read more...] about A look back at the eight year wait for Cyberpunk 2077