Modern Warfare 3 allows you to transfer weapon camos from Modern Warfare 2 to use in MW3. Here’s what you need to know.
Bethesda’s space-faring masterpiece has many fun mechanics. To help you jump in, we’ve created a guide on how to start piloting your Starfield ship today.
Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 has some new killstreaks for players to enjoy. Here’s everything new in MW3 multiplayer.
Insomniac Games’ newest title, Marvel’s Spider-Man 2, is finally out and is satisfying many fans with its story and its open world, which is twice the size of the map from the previous games, with many new encounters and activities that take place within New York to keep players busy for hours, and one of these activities is titled “Marko’s Memories” which involves piecing together the mystery of why Sandman attacked the city at the beginning of the game, giving fans an intriguing side story that allows them to delve into the villain’s motives, so we have created a guide that helps players know when they can start collecting these memories as well as how they can find them in the large city to allow them to complete this subplot with ease.
Bethesda’s most recent game, Starfield has been out for almost a month and is one of the developer’s largest games to date with many features that are new as well as some essential ones that have made a return in this space adventure that spans across a wide universe with many different systems, including ours, and with many different planets and locations to explore, there are also a massive amount of items that can be picked up and placed in the players’ inventory to either use later or discard to never be used again, but players can only hold on to so much because of a limited inventory space, so we have created a guide on how to sell items to help players manage their inventory size as well as make some credits.
Starfield has a lot of companions you can bring along on your various space adventures. Here’s a rundown of every companion in the game.
Starfield features some intense ship combat, and even the ability to board an enemy’s ship. Here’s how to get on board their ship.
Bethesda’s newest sci-fi adventure role-playing game, Starfield, just released for everyone last week, and many are realizing just how massive the game is with the amount of content in it and its overall scale which includes over a thousand planets that span across multiple systems that players can explore for quests or if they do not mind aimlessly traveling around to check out all the different planets, so because space travel is such a large part of this game, we have decided to create a guide for those that are wondering how to travel between each planet as it is a little different than one might expect, and it could use a bit of explaining for those that may not know because there are multiple methods for traveling which leaves some options for the player to decide from.
Starfield allows you to select from a large list of backgrounds when creating your character. Which identity should you take into the cosmos?
Bethesda’s newest role-playing game, Starfield, is being released later this week for those that pre-ordered the premium deluxe or constellation edition of the game, and it releases officially on the 6th for players who are purchasing the standard edition, which means that the launch is right around the corner with many fans excited for its release, and because of that, we have created a guide to get to know each of the main factions that will populate the universe of the game and in this particular guide, we are focusing on the Freestar Collective, the second largest faction in the game under the United Colonies, to allow players who are planning on getting the game to get to know the space cowboy-like group as well as inform them before they make a decision on what faction they may want to end up joining.