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The creator of Maneater probably thought about combining Grand Theft Auto with Pacman but with a shark. It’s an entertaining and unique open world ShaRkPG as it is being marketed as, and it is loads of fun. While it’s not really an easy sell, with PS Plus offering Maneater for free on the PS5, why the hell not? After a few hours of playing this game, it’s a whole lot of fun when you get used to the controls and the quirky world narrated by a trashy reality show host. This guide will show you how to get started with this unique game in the hopes that you have as much fun with it as we did when we tried it out. Know Your Nutrients Your future megalodon levels up with the amount of creatures eaten throughout her quest for revenge. There are four base nutrients you could consume to…

Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age is a breathtaking and nostalgic RPG. It was good enough that an upgrade was released years after, and filled with enough new features that even players of the vanilla game are encouraged to return to the world Erdrea and rejoin the Luminary and his companions on their grand adventure. The journey of the Luminary to defeat the Dark One and save the world is going to be long and fraught with dangers. And any experienced adventurers would tell you to always plan and prepare before anything else. Newcomers to the Dragon Quest series may be in for some unfamiliar mechanics. So here are some things that you should know to get you started on your quest in Dragon Quest XI S – Definitive Edition. Resurrect your Party Members Obvious at first glance, yes, but unlike some games of its genre where party…

Cyberpunk 2077’s third hotfix update 1.06 fixes that dreaded file corruption glitch on the PC where if your files go over 8MB, there is a possibility that your file will be permanently corrupted. Needless to say, the game was launched as a buggy mess, but there’s a particular “bug” that is rather helpful and will greatly benefit you if you plan to collect and buy everything Night City has to offer. The infamous Cyberpunk 2077 “money hack” is quite possibly the most useful glitch by far, and here’s how to do it. https://youtu.be/2CDOHsvnktI What you will need is the Untitled 18, Brancesi 2021 Painting acquired from the side job “Space Oddity”. You can easily find it in San Domingo at Act Two where you can find a bunch of bums tinkering with a laptop they found at a nearby dumpster. You can take it from them by force (you need…

Immortals Fenyx Rising is a surprising good time, and if you’re only getting into the game just now, well you’re in for a treat! It’s a great game to go through during the Holidays, and we’re hoping our beginners tips and Big Lyre guide can help you out on your journey. But enough of that, we’re here battling it out with gods and mythical creatures, so you’ll need some Godlike tips to make you stand toe to toe with Typhon. If you’re looking for advanced tips that will help you breeze through the game, you’ve come to the right place! Let’s jump right in. Focus on one weapon to upgrade and max it out asap Fenyx will be wielding both the Sword and the Axe but for the purposes of this guide, we’re going with the axe, as these tips will revolve around sustaining yourself throughout battles and using as…

Immortals Fenyx Rising is a sprawling open world title from Ubisoft that we’ve been pleasantly surprised with. While it may feel familiar, it certainly is a lot of fun! You’ll be taking control of Fenyx, the hero of the story, and there will be many things that you’ll need to upgrade to take on the the tougher bosses of the game. Skills will be an essential thing that you’ll want to constantly upgrade, but it’ll cost you quite a lot of Charon’s Coins to do so. Scattered around the world are Myth Challenges, which will reward you with these coins, and one of the easier challenges will come from the Big Lyre Challenges. Each section of the map will have its own Big Lyre and scattered around the area will be Small Lyres which will play a sequence of notes that you’ll have to memorize and replay on the Big…

Despite the bugs, I’ve been enjoying my playthrough of Cyberpunk 2077. I’ve tried to find romance, and along the way… I’ve inadvertently created an untouchable samurai. Originally, my build for my character was supposed to be akin to a Sentinel from Mass Effect – I come in with some heavy firepower and I’m backed up by my Quickhack ability to disable enemies with specific hindering malware such as System Reset to remove them from combat. https://youtu.be/q7M5rleK3n8 However, with a high Reflex and Cool attribute, you could combine two skills Cold Blood and Blades to create a highly overpowered Melee using character. It involves stacking movement speed bonuses, bleeding, critical damage, and tons of other fun stats to render your enemies dead. There may be some bugs involved with this build, however, so it might be fixed as the game gets patched. It’s not a complete game breaking build compared to…

Johnny Silverhand is your companion for your journey in Cyberpunk 2077 starting from Act Two and it’s no surprise, as they’ve revealed that in the final episode of Night City Wire. I’ve been a real thirsty dude hitting up every possible romantic event in Cyberpunk 2077 and it goes to show with my last guide. This article is merely a supplement of that, so read up on it if you haven’t yet! Just so we’re clear, Panam and I are eloping While it’s not exactly a story mission, a side job, or a gig, it’s a little easter egg that Cyberpunk 2077 devs placed in the game to show the softer side of the guy. Keep your pants on, nothing’s gonna happen at the end of this ride. It’s quite possibly the most wholesome thing in this entire game where there’s a mission where you literally nail this guy to…

Cyberpunk 2077 is known for its dark brooding future and the hard-boiled nature of its urban jungle. There’s no knowing when your next moment will be your last as an enemy can easily flatline or zero your character, never to see your destiny to become a legend through and through. There are many vices, many ways to take the edge off. There are alcohol and drugs, maybe Braindance is your thing. You could get a XBD virtu from the black market or get a lapdance virtu from Lizzies. However, human connection is a little bit of an underrated department in this cold, dark future of neon and chrome. She knew my real name! If you know where to look, you’ll find a bit of fast love in this lonely city. Even Geralt in the Witcher 3 found some love where the world seems to not care about his ilk. Surely,…

One of Cyberpunk 2077’s first main questline missions is to acquire a Flathead robot from the Maelstrom Gang, a ruthless cyberware obsessed group who have become quite monstrous in their appearance. Their bodies have been modified to look more machine than human and their Netrunners have a tendency to set you on fire. They’re also one of the first obstacles to getting in your way of becoming a merc legend. https://youtu.be/m_26lE0_LxQ Your Fixer, Dexter, sends you to retrieve the acquired Flathead from this gang after the takeover by Royce from their previous leader, Brick. Royce wants another payout, and there’s really only two ways to go about this – pay Royce his due either in silver or in lead. However, I’m a fan of the third way, and that is convincing Militech Corpo Agent Meredith Stout to get you the Flathead. There are many ways to skin a cat, and…

Typhon is wreaking havoc in the Golden Isle and Prometheus has foretold that a mortal will be the one to stop him. Unfortunately, Zeus thinks that’s just a bunch of baloney and what better way to stick it to the supreme ruler of the Olympian gods than to prove him wrong. In Immortals Fenyx Rising, you play as the mortal in Prometheus’s prophecy, Fenyx. Now this shield bearer may be a relative nobody compared to the likes of Heracles, Odysseus, Atalanta, and Achilles, but every great hero always has to start from somewhere. Well hero, if you’re reading this then you must have chosen to take this journey with Fenyx to bring down Typhon. In that case here’s some tips for Immortals Fenyx Rising that will help you get started on your adventure. Now before the actual tips, a good place to start is to link your Ubisoft Connect account.…

By the time you read this, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla will have already been released and our review of it calls the game worthy of praise, as it successfully fills the hole that Cyberpunk 2077 has left behind. Valhalla is a massive open world with tons of activities, enemies to slay, a settlement to build, and a dice game that rivals Gwent and Triple Triad. Orlog, a minigame that’s introduced early on in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, represents a simple enough dice game between two combatants. No wager is made for this mini-game unlike the drinking games or the Flyt “rap battles” where you could gain or lose up to 200 silver on a terrible bet. What is wagered would be pride as an Orlog master. While high stakes mini-games in Final Fantasy VIII and The Witcher 3 really push their card games to soaring heights, I feel that Orlog is interesting…

Ghost of Tsushima is a sprawling samurai epic about the quest of war survivor Jin Sakai fending off Mongolian invaders against insurmountable odds. It was quickly catapulted to a smashing success, breaking all sorts of sales records, all while we were still reeling from the controversy surrounding The Last of Us 2. With the release of its multiplayer offering entitled “Legends”, Ghost of Tsushima adds tremendous value to its package, offering gameplay that’s worth its retail price and much more. It might get too intimidating to jump into, but here are some sure fire tips to help you level up and get you prepared to tackle the newly opened Raid. Disclaimer – This isn’t a guide for the raid, but rather a guide for you to get ready to hop into the raid. https://youtu.be/htnEmH9Dz90 Start Off Masterless The assassin class is the most popular class, and rightfully so. Their DPS…

Watch Dogs: Legion (Check out our review!) is out and if you’ve been playing it, you’ll want to build your citizen army with every person you meet off the street. Will Bob the Butcher and Thomas the Train Engine That Could contribute to your dream team? Probably not, because while anyone can be recruited, not everyone will be a solid addition to your dream army. You gotta be selective and this Newbie Guide will help you with the groundwork. Choose A Fighter Not A Lover For Your First Operative It’s really great that you could choose anyone as your first operative, but I’d choose Sid over by the pub who can throw haymakers like no other and deals extra damage when drunk. Physicality over mentality is a good bet as your first operative. Because with a starter set, you still don’t have your tech infrastructure built and there is a…

Ever since I picked up the game at the end of September, I’ve been hooked. At first, I jumped into the game thinking I’d try it out and then quit it after a couple of hours. The first few runs, I had that feeling. Go through the dungeon and as a roguelike, I would die. It was daunting, I wondered how I could actually beat the game if I’m gonna restart every time I keep dying? Eventually, I unlocked weapons and I enjoyed some of the gameplay. After a dozen or so attempts on this save file, I realized that I’ve wasted my rare drops for instant gratification and wasn’t feeling God Mode at all. I started a new file and progressed quite quickly after that. It’s ironic that when I run into a problem, I go through a cycle of saying this game is impossible, I’ll probably quit followed…

Disclaimer: This guide is meant for players who have completed their first successful run of Hades. That means you’ve successfully escaped, not reached the surface only to be kicked to the curb by the eponymous big daddy himself. I can’t stop you from reading any further, but know the risks of spoiling yourself from an enriching experience. If you need help actually beating the big man, read our Newbie’s Guide to Schooling Hades. If you’re brand new to the experience, play a few rounds then read Newbie’s Guide to Exploring Hades. Got it? Good. The game had you going didn’t it? All will be well when you get out. So why bother decorating the damn house, making friends, or petting Cerberus when you’re gonna fly off to see Yanni at the Acropolis anyway? (For those too young to get the reference, Google is your friend) Turns out, your dead ass…