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  • Blog Post: Our Sacred 3 Survival Guide

    As I mentioned in my review for the game, Sacred 3 is bound to be a divisive game. For people who dive into it based on the title alone, it could potentially be one of the more disappointing releases of the year. It’s not a Sacred game in the traditional sense. The third numbered entry strips away... More
  • Blog Post: 10 Guns You Should Build In Mercenary Kings

    Players can craft a weapon for every occasion in Mercenary Kings. The stats on your gun – along with your bionic mods – help you collect materials, speed through levels, and deal mountains of damage. The flexibility is part of what makes the game so much fun . However, players who just picked... More
  • Blog Post: Opinion – In Defense Of Walkthroughs

    When Dark Souls first came out, I tried to drink the Kool-Aid. Unfortunately, it was a brew too bitter for me to choke down, and I eventually gave up. I appreciated what From Software was doing, but I made peace with the fact that I lacked the patience and perseverance to fully enjoy the game. This weekend... More
  • Blog Post: Pokémon X & Y Beginner's Guide

    Pokémon X & Y is an excellent starting point for people who have never played a Pokémon game and players who haven’t touched the series in awhile. It’s also great for lifelong trainers, but they already know what they’re doing. This beginner's guide gives you a... More
  • Blog Post: Civ V: Brave New World Culture Guide

    The second expansion changes the cultural side of the game quite a bit. Here’s a primer on the changes so you can hit the ground running. Several dramatic alterations to the culture system all work in tandem to create a much better overall experience than existed in previous incarnations of Civilization... More
  • Blog Post: The NCAA Football 14 Dynasty Recruiting Guide

    Recruiting is the lifeblood of your dynasty, so you can't afford to waste any opportunity to strengthen your team and set yourself up for success. We breakdown NCAA Football 14's new recruiting system and how you can use it to your program's advantage. NCAA 14 ditches the old phone call system... More
  • Blog Post: Is The Metal Gear Rising Strategy Guide Worth It?

    Strategy guides aren’t just about looking at level maps or finding out how to beat bosses. For many people, they provide a compact and comprehensive way to immerse themselves in their favorite games. However, not all guides are created equal. Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance and its accompanying... More
  • Blog Post: Get The Most Out Of Assassin’s Creed III

    Today marks the release of Assassin’s Creed III, and we suspect a lot of gamers are itching to get home from work or school to get started. The game’s enormous size can be overwhelming; we’ve compiled a list of recommendations, free of spoilers, to help you find your way in the massive... More
  • Blog Post: XCOM Beginner Guide: Strategy Layer

    You’ve probably already lost a few countries to panic, and the alien threat is just getting worse. Let us help you with a few tips to get your paramilitary organization humming along smoothly. Be sure to check out our tips for the tactical combat portion of the game too - all the credits in the... More
  • Blog Post: The Madden NFL 13 Connected Careers Strategy Guide

    This year, EA Tiburon restructured Madden's franchise mode (now called Connected Careers). We're here to help you build a championship team. You can use this handy guide to help you with everything from scheduling practices to drafting like a pro. We'll also tip you off on how to navigate... More
  • Blog Post: How To Enjoy Competitive StarCraft

    StarCraft II is an incredibly deep and complex game of strategy. For those new to the game or for those who have never played StarCraft, it can be difficult to comprehend the action on-screen. This guide gives you the tools you need to appreciate professional StarCraft II play. The Basics One of the... More
  • Blog Post: The 3DS Essentials

    The Nintendo 3DS shook off its shaky launch with the help of a price drop and some high-profile games. The once-troubled handheld is now riding high at retail, with Nintendo announcing worldwide sales of more than 15 million units at the end of 2011. Recently, the 3DS became the fastest selling video... More
  • Blog Post: The Complete Guide To Modern Warfare 3's Killstreak Rewards

    We're less than a week from the massive Modern Warfare 3 launch, and FPS fans are sure to be dumping dozens (if not hundreds) of hours into the game's multiplayer in its first few months. While Black Ops focused on a new currency system, some of Modern Warfare 3's biggest tweaks are coming... More
  • Blog Post: Dark Souls For Beginners: Preparing To Die Less Often

    If you've read my Dark Souls review , you know that I think this sadistic game is the hardest title I've ever played. It will punish you every time you give it the chance. But it's not impossible – far from it! – and there are actually many steps you can take to prepare yourself... More
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