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Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade is now available, and if you haven’t transferred over your save file yet, it isn’t quite the painless process, but it is rather straightforward and should be pretty easy once you know what to do. You will, however, need 2 versions of the game, so make sure you prepare beforehand. Upload from the PS4… So once you’re ready to do so, load up your Final Fantasy 7 Remake PS4 copy whether it is on your PS4 or PS5, but make sure it is the PS4 version of the game. If you transferred all of your PS4 data to your PS5, you can download the PS4 version of the game on the same system first to kick things off. At the title screen, select “Upload Save Data”. Remember you can only upload one save file at a time. Upload as much as you want and then…

Don’t know which weapons to run with? Here are the Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart top starter weapons! Ratchet & Clank Rift Apart is an exceedingly fun game because of its fantastic action and exhilarating main quest line. There tons of mechanics to enjoy, but the main interaction you’ll have this game will be through beating up the baddies who are out to stop you, and you’ll have a hard time surviving on your wrench or hammer alone. You’ll be receiving weapons from the get-go, and there will be a lot to try out and take with you. Like other games though, some of these weapons will be better than others, but its hard to go wrong with your basic loadout especially when fully upgraded. Burst Pistol Type: GunLevel 5 Version: Blast PistolSecondary Skill: Full-press allows for spread shot using more ammo. The basic gun can easily be overlooked, but…

In this guide, we show you all of the Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart CraiggerBear Locations towards getting the “UnBEARably Awesome” Trophy. The game features a number of collectibles in the game, and one of these collectibles is called the CraiggerBear, basically small toy bears that are scattered around the game. Once you collect all 9 bears, you get to unlock the “UnBEARably Awesome” trophy, which is one of the tougher trophies to collect in the game. Read on to see all Rift Apart CraiggerBear Locations! *Warning – Spoilers ahead!* Ratchet & Clank Rift Apart CraiggerBear Locations Corson V – Bear 1 This one is pretty easy to miss if you head straight to the Club without taking a quick side trip. Before you reach entrance to the Club, there are some stalls, and the bear should be in one of those. Sargasso – Bear 2 On your first trip…

In this guide, we show you all of the Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart Armor Sets and the set bonuses they provide. Over the course of the game, you’ll be able to collect armor sets – cosmetic items that will provide various bonuses depending on how many pieces you have, even if you don’t equip them. There are a total of 8 sets to collect, consisting of 3 pieces each, which can be obtained through lost rifts or through certain challenges in the game. Each piece you collect will grant you a buff, and collecting all 3 will award you a full set bonus, increasing the effect of the buff. To set expectations, this isn’t a guide on where to find all the armor pieces, but rather a list of all the sets and what bonuses you can get from collecting everything. *Warning – Spoilers ahead!* Ratchet & Clank: Rift…

In this guide we show you how to get all Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart weapons and unlock the “Fully Stacked” Trophy. Fans of the series will be glad to know that the game has a huge list of weapons to use in the game, each with varying abilities that will help our dynamic duo beat Dr. Nefarious and his troops. Almost all the Rift Apart weapons in the game are obtainable by purchasing them using the bolts you collect throughout the game. Simply approach Mrs. Zurkon and let your bolts do the talking. There are a couple of Rift Apart weapons though that can be obtained only after finishing the game, so don’t worry if you don’t unlock the trophy just yet after purchasing everything. *Warning – Spoilers ahead* Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart weapons As you play through the game, you’ll get to unlock the Rift Apart weapons…

In this guide, we show you all of the Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart Gold Bolt Rewards which you can unlock simply by collecting the Gold Bolts scattered around the game. Gold Bolts are a staple of the Ratchet & Clank series, but in Rift Apart, collecting one of these will instantly grant you a reward. Whether it be weapon skins or other modifiers, these rewards let players tweak some settings while playing the game, enhancing your gameplay experience. There are a total of 25 Rift Apart Gold Bolt Rewards to be unlocked, so search high and low for these as you can get rewards such as Infinite ammo and Infinite health! *Warning – Spoilers ahead!* Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart Gold Bolt Rewards Here are all of the Rift Apart Gold Bolt Rewards that you can unlock and change once you collect everything: Wrench Skins – Apply a skin…

We’ve shown you how to stay alive and also how to kill those bosses, but now it’s time to look at the top 5 weapons in Returnal that will make your cycles a breeze. In Returnal, you’ll come across 10 different weapons that will help you out in your journey, each with various traits that add more stopping power to these firearms. Some are better than others, and some will greatly suit a certain playstyle, like if you want to go up close and personal or if you want to stay back and snipe away. Whatever the case may be, these are the best weapons (and traits) that we think will let you break the cycle in Returnal with ease. Top 5 weapons in Returnal – Thermogenic Launcher The Thermogenic Launcher, on its own, is actually quite a mediocre weapon. The rockets are almost useless against highly mobile enemies, and…

This is my attempt at looking at back at my Returnal experience the same way I did with Hades last year. The biggest difference is, my escape attempts usually last longer in Hades (weirdly). Returnal’s cycles are much quicker and really once you surpass a certain threshold, you will be able to sustain a long enough run to actually put a dent in exploring the strange and hostile planet of Atropos. I was able to explore all six biomes (levels), collect a significant amount of hostile and weapon data, and discover quite a bit of the secrets of both the planet and Selene. That’s not bad for a noob who can’t aim and platform. You may have read our survival guide and boss guide for Returnal, but if you’re reading this, you’re probably at the endgame. You know how to shoot a gun, and could predict the general layout of…

Returnal is a challenging game where you aren’t spoonfed anything, and you’ll be relying on your wits and skill to break the cycle. In this bullet hell roguelite, you traverse through several levels (Biomes) where at the end is a Boss waiting to send you back to your ship. Luckily, in our Returnal Boss Guide, we’ll help you slay even the toughest of foes! Later on, they’re a good source of Ether and bragging rights if you can farm them efficiently. There are five bosses in Returnal, each separated into three phases where they change up their attacks or get harder. Truthfully, once you know the pattern, beating them is quite easy. All you have to do get the timing right. Read: Tips to staying alive in Returnal Getting Prepared You just can’t go into a battle with your pistol and nothing else, unless you’re skilled enough to be doing…

Returnal is out today, and is finally the first true next-gen exclusive for the PlayStation 5 after a number of months of waiting. It offers very challenging roguelite gameplay that not everyone may appreciate, but it also rewards players with a superb experience that not many games can match. Returnal is tough, but not impossible. In fact, the game is fair, and will make the players rely on skill (and some RNG) rather than overfarming for loot. The game offers a short tutorial, but you’ll have to figure out a lot of things on your own. That’s where we come in! Here are some tips to help you as you make your first steps in a long journey across Atropos. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ov4fJmGCsZM Patience is rewarded Depending on your skill level, you may want to take things slow when playing Returnal. Instead of running into a map, take your time to creep…

Nier Replicant ver. 122474487139… will have you playing from hours on end with all of the additional things you can do apart from the main storyline. There are a ton of side-quests, and there are even 33 weapons to find in the game to scratch that completionist itch. Before we get into the list of all of the weapons and where to find them, there’s an important thing you should know. Nier Replicant is divided into 2 parts. You’ll know when this happens, and to avoid spoilers, we won’t be sharing any more details about it. That said, you cannot go back to the first part of the game if you missed out on anything from there, so be sure to complete everything before that happens. We’ve divided our list into 2 parts, for each half of the game, so if you’re aiming to get that trophy for finding all…

Nier Replicant ver. 122474487139… is out today, and if you’ve played the original, you’ll know that there are a lot of side quests in the game that could take up a lot of your time. You can choose to skip these entirely, but where’s the fun in that? Here’s a guide to get you started on the first few quests of Nier Replicant as efficiently as possible so you can move on to be a lean mean questing machine later in the game. Read our Nier Replicant ver. 122474487139… Review *Information below may contain mild spoilers. Quests appear right after you begin your first mission straight after the Barren Temple. This is where Nier Replicant becomes quite similar to Nier Automata, where you receive full access to your menu screen and the ability to save right around the first hour mark, basically when all the prologues have been finished. Later…

Here’s our third piece on all things Monster Hunter Rise! It’s a random smattering of advice for those in the thick of a Barroth’s mud swamp already, but here’s hoping you find some cool things here. In case you haven’t yet, check out our Beginner’s Tips and Intermediate Progression Tips to get you up to speed to a Hunter’s life. A good Dango recipe I like: Weakener (large monsters start out with a bit lower HP), Booster (you get an attack buff for like 7-plus minutes), and Defender (can save your life by lowering damage done to you). Use a Dango ticket to ensure the skills all pop, if you need to, like for Urgent Quests. Take a picture of everything you see for the first time, using your camera. You’ll be thankful I told you. Especially these little buggery Rock Lizards. Visit the Cohoot Nest in the Buddy Plaza…

Narita Boy is no Cyber Shadow where the bullet hell will test your patience and then some. It’s an enjoyable indie retro action platformer that is more flash than actual fundamental gaming. Meaning, you can brute force your way out of most fights. Yet if you still need the guide, we’re always here for you fam! The first few fights of the game will be understandably tough. You still don’t have access to most of your power ups, and some enemies can be a little annoying. Their patterns however can easily be predicted, and sadly many of them really don’t change it up. While I’d love to give a guide against The Glove, the toughest boss in the game, a glitch in the system actually caused him to completely freeze and I just hacked away until he’s dead. This rarely happens so I’ll just enjoy it. Quoting retro gaming film…

We’re back with another installment of our guides for Monster Hunter Rise! Our first guide gave us some tips on starting out, and if you’re a brand new hunter making their way in Kamura, check out our beginner’s guide here.So you’ve created your likeness in the game and done a few quests. What’s next? Let’s jump in! You progress in the game by doing Key Quests from the quest givers Hinoa (for Village quests) and Minoto (for Hub quests). Village is single-player, while Hub can be done alone, or with friends or random online players.Key quests are those that have the red medallion icon beside them in the quest list. You’ll need to do a certain number of those (thankfully they’re now indicated properly) before an Urgent Quest arises: essentially, this is your promotion quest to the next rank of available quests. New mechanics can also unlock by increasing ranks…