Dragon Age Inquisition: Astrarium solutions
How to solve all of these fiddly puzzles.
Destiny: How to get to level 32
The Dark Below raises the level cap - how do you get there?
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...will be "narrative driven" and about Minecraft.
Controversial mass murdering game...
Digital Foundry's forensic breakdown reveals radical improvements from one console generation to the next.
Made a variety of stability improvements across the following areas:
The PS2 and first gen PS3's stand as the only consoles that were backwards compatible. It was nice but hardly the norm with consoles in general.
How about the Wii U?
Maybe I'm being selfish
Just like its Atlantic fish namesake
What has Nintendo become?
On reflection, we'd say yes
Anything desirable is guaranteed to be phenomenally expensive and, in one of The Crew's more insidious moments, it bestows 100,000 of its secondary 'Crew Credits' currency upon you - enough to have you mooning over the Ferraris, but not quite enough to buy one without dipping into microtransactions.
Mercifully you're never required to buy a new car to progress because your starter vehicle's specs can be upgraded.
Unless you're prepared to put in hundreds of hours or whip out real-life plastic, though, you can park that ambition to have a garage to rival Jay Leno's.
We've still yet to see an on-the-record quote from the developer
Bethesda shows glimpse of The Elder Scrolls Online's console version
The Elder Scrolls Online developer ZeniMax Online Studios has given a brief update on the game's delayed console versions
Performance Analysis: The Crew
We're still working with the game,
This will then unlock the upgraded form of your exotic item with a new upgrade slot - but it will also completely reset all of your progress with the exotic to date.
Nintendo seem to have no intention of updating it to a modern system whereby you can login on a different device and redownload your games. With the big push for digital only by the others it still seems like a poor afterthought by Nintendo.
Two years later, that pair remain the only big name titles to truly explore a gimmick that was dead on arrival. Many of Nintendo's first-party games now choose to ignore the second screen, for the most part, leaving it as the reserve of remote play (an admittedly very welcome feature that works better than on Sony's Vita/PS4 pairing, the gameplay free of artefacts and with minimal lag).