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So I Talked to ChatGPT About EarthBound/Mother
Growing up, I couldn’t get enough EarthBound. As an adult, I have the same passion, but just not nearly the time. BUT, if you share this article on your social media and tell every single person you know to read it, maybe one day I will have the money/time to do so. Help a girl out yo.
Disturbing Video Game Bosses
Video game bosses are usually depicted as bigger, meaner, and stronger versions of video game mooks. While they are made to look more scary, there are some that are so disturbing, it's nightmare inducing. However, when you've been a gamer for a long time, some bosses loss their disturbing factor and become interesting to observe.
Left Shoulder Shooting is Coming to Tarkov
What has been one piece of advice you’ve heard in your times playing Tarkov? Something that is universally said across the board because it is so powerful it can make or break fights depending on the situation. That is, to do your best in taking fights with a right-sided peek. What this means is approaching a wall, or whatever piece of cover is in front of you and leaning to your right, thus exposing the smallest amount of your body as possible. Which will help in keeping you alive. Anyone who has triple digit hours in the game usually says this to people who are newer and looking for ways to die a little less often. And while this advice is sound, I have always been under the notion that these situations can be avoided entirely by playing more from range whenever possible, Obviously, if you’re low level and don’t have access to any scopes or the flea to get scopes, that’s fair. But not allowing yourself to be put into those situations where a peek can make or break a fight is usually my preferred advice. But all of that is about to potentially change. Because BSG with the winter patch is adding the ability to quickly put your weapon against your left shoulder and shoot from an entirely new angle. This could remove Tarkov’s weirdest quirk of the game which is the advantage of being always on the right side. Now, with the ability to shoulder your weapon to the left, you will be able to take fights from more unconventional angles and approach the game with an entirely new lense to it. There are so many major changes coming to us in the winter patch, which is quickly approaching. And it’s hard to discern which one might have the greatest impact. But my hope is that this update is something people really take advantage of, instead of being one of those cool additions that kind of gets forgotten about, which has happened before in the past. So, if you’re excited about the new changes and the potential impact left shoulder shooting might have on the game, be sure to subscribe to the channel for more videos using these mechanics when they are added.
The toughs swaggered into the alley, their hands on their weapons, and sneers on their faces. Their armor was scarred from use, their hands calloused from long hours with blades and bludgeons in their fists, but most telling of all was their eyes. They were hard, and merciless, used to looking at terrible things without so much as flinching. They were cold, and dispassionate. These men were hunting hounds, sent to run prey to ground, and tear it apart for their master.
MW3 Five Weapons Unlocking Guide from Base Camo to Forged Camo
Battle Rifles Camo Unlock Base Camo Challenges for Battle Rifles 1. 50 Kills: This challenge will naturally occur as you play the game.
How the 'Boktai' Series Lost Its Identity
One of my favorite video game series of all time is Boktai. Boktai is an action role-playing game series renowned for its solar sensor gimmick. However, out of the Boktai series, I only consider the original game Boktai: The Sun is in Your Hand to be a classic. While I still enjoy the sequels, I believe they stray too far from the original to deliver a satisfying follow-up. More specifically, the sequels to Boktai: The Sun is in Your Hand lack the stealth and replayability of the original.
Tarkov's New Armor Hitboxes Will Also Change the Game
So, we talked about how vaulting coming in the winter patch for Tarkov will be massive, but there is another change coming to the game that arguably might be more directly impactful than the streamlined mobility. Because if mobility is a core component to Tarkov, then armor and how it works is the cornerstone next to weapons and shooting. Armor has always been a point of contention because of how complex its systems and mechanics are in general. Different classes or armor, types, materials, repairability; this system is almost too complex for its own good. A lot of people are immediately intimidated by the armor system in Tarkov, and it’s understandable as to why. Different materials, classes, repair types, protection zones. Not to mention repair kits versus using your own money to repair. And when is it worth repairing an armor or to just throw it out. The game already has enough of a complicated system. But these changes might take things to a level that becomes untenable. It’s too early to say anything concrete, so let’s just go over what was shown to us and take it from there. There is a ton to absorb and look at from the short video we were given.
MW3 Zombie: How to kill Storm Caller faster with a crossbow?
Storm Caller is a mission boss in Act 3. It is very powerful, and there are many zombies wandering around. If you want to kill it quickly, it is recommended to use a crossbow equipped with thermite bolts and the Napalm Burst ammo mod.
Vaulting is Going to Change Tarkov
With the latest TarkovTV podcast under wraps, we got a good inside look into what’s coming for the immediate future of the game. There are tons of changes and updates coming that have people generally excited for the winter patch of 2023. However, there were a few things that in particular got me very excited and began to wonder how Tarkov is going to shift in terms of its general gameplay and how it feels. For now, we will be going over one of these two major changes in this video and go over the other in a follow up later. The first major update being out ability to move in Tarkov and more specifically, vault and mantle over obstacles now instead of always having to jump over them. The second is the complete overhaul of how armor works in the game and the advanced hit boxes for those zones. It’s difficult to explain how massive of a change this will be to the game, so let’s just go over the movement and how it is right now, and then compare it to what it could be like with the addition of vaulting. So, if you enjoy these dives into Tarkov’s mechanics, be sure to subscribe to the channel for more videos.
COD MW3 Zombies Act 1 Mission Tips and Walkthrough
MW3 Zombies Act 1 mission guide, reproduced from newsbreak.com. Task 1: Direct Line - Objective: Ping a contract in the TAC map, activate it, find an Xfill point, call in the Xfill helicopter, and let it Xfill you to complete the mission.
- Top Story - November 2023
A Little Taste of Glamour
Lorelei panted as she fell through the gateway between worlds. She stumbled, gasping, looking over her shoulder through the half-rotted doorframe leaning against the alley wall. Through the splintered, rotting frame she saw an overgrown world of vibrant green, the branches and vines doing their best to imitate a cityscape. The illusion fell away the further past the door one went, though, and beyond the skeleton of a bush that looked like an Oldsmobile, and a line of trees with vines stretched between them in imitation of telephone poles, there was only the dark, angry green of the Hedge. The branches waved, and something roared as it came closer.
Amazon's Best 2024 Black Friday Deals On Video Games
2024 Amazon Black Friday Sales - Available Now Hello again! You guys may recognize me from some other stories involving some of Amazon's best Black Friday sales. So far I have covered Electronics and Invitation-Only sales. Today, I want to talk about a category I'm pretty passionate about: Video games.