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Doom Eternal: How To Find Collectables

Throughout every level that you play on in Doom Eternal: there will be various secrets and collectables throughout the map. Some of these collectables are...

Doom Eternal: How to Upgrade Weapons

In Doom Eternal, you will be able to upgrade your Weapons, specifically be using weapon upgrade points. In this short guide, we'll show you...

Best Base Location in The Forest for Early Game & New Players

There's a lot to consider when choosing a spot to setup your base at in The Forest. Where has the most resources, whilst also...

Doom Eternal: How To Get Weapon Mods

When playing Doom Eternal, you will be able to add modifications to your weapons that give them extra versatility in combat. Some of these...

Top 5 Best Weapons in The Forest & How to Get Them

There are many weapons available in The Forest, with them ranging of different types. Weapons might consist of Axes, Melee, Ranged, Projectiles and different...

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Realism Mats Review: Most Realistic Minecraft Resource Pack Ever?

One of the most realistic and impressive texture packs I've seen is Realism Mats. It completely overhauls many of Minecrafts blocks and textures to...

Legends Of Runeterra: How to Unlock Chests

In Legends of Runeterra, if you want to get new cards and other rewards, you're going to have to open chests. There are other...

Legends of Runeterra: Everything to Know about Champions & How to Use Them

Legends of Runeterra is a spinoff game to League of Legends. That's pretty obvious, but nowhere is the tie-in to League of Legends more...

Legends Of Runeterra: Explaining The Mana System

When playing Legends of Runeterra, you're going to need 'mana' to play a card. What is mana? Well it's a source of energy that...

Just Cause 4: How to Conquer Regions on the Map

Just Cause 4 is another enjoyable entry into the series and definitely adds new formulas to the mixture which makes the game an ideal...

Legends Of Runeterra: Making A Deck

Making a deck in Legends of Runeterra can be a bit overwhelming for players new to the game, so just where does one start?...

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How to Collect Present Balloons in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Occasionally in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, you might spot a balloon floating on your island. These balloons will have a present hanging from them, which you can collect for their loot. Although if you're still at an early point in the game, this might be impossible for now. This guide was created during the first week of Animal Crossing: New Horizons release on the Nintendo Switch. Depending on when you're reading this guide, some thing may be different due to future updates. However we'll always try to come back and update these guides! For more of our Animal Crossing: New Horizons Guides & Best-of lists, make sure to check out our dedicated area here! Collecting Presents Firstly, you should head to Timmy, who runs the store. Interact with him and ask what he has for sale. Using your trigger buttons, head on over to the Miscellaneous tab. Here, you can buy the...

How to Change Hair in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Once you've created your character in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, you aren't locked into it. At any time, you can go ahead and customize your character further. This is especially important with Hairstyles, as you might have unlocked some with your Nook Miles. This guide was created during the first week of Animal Crossing: New Horizons release on the Nintendo Switch. Depending on when you're reading this guide, some thing may be different due to future updates. However we'll always try to come back and update these guides! For more of our Animal Crossing: New Horizons Guides & Best-of lists, make sure to check out our dedicated area here! Changing Hairstyle To change your Hairstyle in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, you will need to use a mirror. The earliest one you should obtain should be found in a bottle that's washed up on the beach, with a DIY recipe inside. It might...

How to Build Bridges in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Once you reach a certain point of the game in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, you will be able to build bridges across rivers. Each bridge requires 4 Log Stakes, 4 Clay and 4 Stone, so they aren't too cheap. Until then, you'll be stuck using the Vaulting Pole, which you can obtain from Blathers once he reaches your island. You won't be able to craft bridges until you've built the Shop, which requires paying back your move-in miles owed first. This guide was created during the first week of Animal Crossing: New Horizons release on the Nintendo Switch. Depending on when you're reading this guide, some thing may be different due to future updates. However we'll always try to come back and update these guides! For more of our Animal Crossing: New Horizons Guides & Best-of lists, make sure to check out our dedicated area here! Building Bridges in ACNH As previously mentioned,...

How to Increase Inventory Size in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

When you first start playing Animal Crossing: New Horizons, you're pretty limited to space in your backpack. You'll be limited to 20 slots, which will fill up quickly considering most items including fish, bugs and fossils don't stack. Thankfully, it is possible to increase your inventory size. If you can't increase it though, you can always drop items on the ground in your house/tent. They won't de-spawn, it's especially useful to display fish and bugs in order to save inventory space.  This guide was created during the first week of Animal Crossing: New Horizons release on the Nintendo Switch. Depending on when you're reading this guide, some thing may be different due to future updates. However we'll always try to come back and update these guides! For more of our Animal Crossing: New Horizons Guides & Best-of lists, make sure to check out our dedicated area here! Increasing Inventory Size You won't be...

AfterParty: Review

AfterParty is an attempt by Night School Studio to woo audiences like they did with Oxenfree. Before we get into AfterParty, I want to discuss what made Oxenfree so good for me and why I was left a bit disappointed with this one.  Why is Oxenfree so good? Oxenfree relies on its mysterious aura, a group of characters with a backstory that doesn't make much sense until the very end when things finally start to connect, characters that have scars that make them different from the rest and its rather unique and simple game mechanics. With Oxenfree, there wasn't a single moment where I thought when will this scene end so I can finally continue playing myself. The whole idea of a group of young people going to party on an island to escape from what's happening back in life is something I've been wanting to experience for a long time and...

Legends Of Runeterra: How To Play Expedition

If you ever get tired of the normal game mode in Legends of Runeterra, you may have the option to play Expedition mode instead. In Expedition Mode, the player starts by creating a random deck from an assortment of cards. In this picking phase, you will see three sets of cards at a time. It's your job to pick one set out of the three, with it being added to your deck. This cycle happens 15 times to eventually create a full deck. Getting Started To start playing in Expedition mode, you're going to need to have a certain amount of in-game currency to access it. There are a few ways to buy your way in. You'll need either one Expedition token, 3000 Shards (which are earned by opening chests) or 400 Credits, which you can buy with real money. After paying your entry fee, you will then select your deck with the...