Maps of Ravenscorn Spire player lair from the Skyrim plugin Undeath.
Maps of Solitude Sewers and the Solitude Sewers player lair from the Skyrim plugin Undeath.
Map of Apocrypha from the Skyrim plugin Undeath.
Maps of Scourg Barrow from the Skyrim plugin Undeath.
Maps of Ravenscorn Spire, Temple of Arkay, Dragontail Mountains and The Brokers Shack from the Skyrim plugin Undeath.
The rewards that can be obtained by the player from the Skyrim plugin Undeath.
Walkthrough for the quest The Path of Transcendence from the Skyrim plugin Undeath.
Walkthrough for the quest Black Book: Whispers of the Veil from the Skyrim plugin Undeath.
Walkthrough for the quest Scourg Barrow from the Skyrim plugin Undeath.
Walkthrough for the quests Arkat the Enemy, Exhuming Power and Infernal Alchemy from the Skyrim plugin Undeath.
Walkthrough for the quest In Their Footsteps from the Skyrim plugin Undeath.
As with its spiritual predecessors Harvest Moon and Rune Factory, Stardew Valley puts players in the shoes of a city boy who arrives in the small town of Stardew Valley in order to start life over as a farmer, but let's have some real talk for a moment. While farming, mining, fishing, and other ways of making cold, hard cash will take up the majority of your time, the biggest satisfaction from games like Stardew Valley comes from marrying whatever villager strikes your fancy. However, while more methodical than real life relationships, wooing, marrying, and raising children with your spouse of choice takes a lot of work.
Unlike the base of operations in XCOM: Enemy Unknown, XCOM 2 has your freedom fighters stationed in the Avenger, a massive alien vessel that was captured and repurposed for you and your staff. It is used much like the original base in order to research new tech, upgrade your units, and build helpful facilities. However, while there is no wrong choice in upgrade for your base, some upgrades are better than others to give you an early advantage in a consistently challenging game.
While the graphics, combat system, and PvP in Blade & Soul are the real stars of the show, crafting and gathering is still a necessity.
True to its predecessor, XCOM: Enemy Unknown, when it comes to research and unlock opportunities in XCOM 2, you are spoiled for choice initially. With a number of research paths to choose from leading into the game's very first mission, there are a number of powerful paths available to you soon after starting the game. Deciding on which research to choose will ultimately determine what facilities, weapons, and equipment your soldiers have access to, which in turn will dictate your overall mission play style. This leads to some difficult decisions, but none more so than which will make you the best alien-slaughtering liberator of humanity the fastest.
NCSoft's free-to-play MMO has been around for a couple of years already in Asia, but it has only recently made it out to Europe and North America.
Blade & Soul is NCSoft's free-to-play MMO that recently made its way over from Asia, where it has been out for several years, to North America and Europe. Gamers are taking to it quickly for its unique reaction-based combat system and eye-melting graphical splendor. However, among the many conventional MMO norms that Blade & Soul tossed out the window was the MMO Holy Trinity of Tank, Healer, and Damage Dealer. Instead of choosing a class in order to fill one of those roles, players are expected to choose one of Blade & Soul's seven classes based on how they want to play the game. For those having trouble telling one class from another, here's a quick rundown.