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Cyberpunk 2077 is delayed until next fall

CD Project RED has dropped a bomb. The launch of Cyberpunk 2077 will not be happening on April 16th like it was originally planned. Instead, the release date for the game has been moved back, and it’s not just a few days. The new release date for Cyberpunk 2077 is September 17. The announcement has been made through a tweet on the official account of the game and it has left all of the players that were eagerly waiting for the release of the game quite disappointed.

The futuristic first-person role-playing game from the creators of The Witcher series is one of the most anticipated games of the year if not the most. Its popularity has been escalating since it was originally announced. One of the reasons behind this is the awesome work that the developers did with The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, which has become one of the best RPG ever made, getting many awards including the Game of the Year. Also, it turns out that the Cyberpunk genre has a lot of fans, and although we have seen some good games belonging to the genre lately, like the ones in the Shadowrun series, a big AAA title was still needed. Other than that, the more information has been revealed about the game, the more attention Cyberpunk 2077 has got from the players. The excitement about the game probably reached its peak when Keanu Reeves appeared during E3 2019 to announce the game, revealing that he would be one of the characters.

Since that moment, the popularity of the game has skyrocketed and we also have been able to watch a few gameplay videos that show many of the features in the game.

The announcement of the delay has surprised everyone, even more since one of the last news that we had about Cyberpunk 2077 is that CD Projekt RED was contemplating a multiplayer mode for the game. Although it was confirmed that this would only happen at some point after the release of the game, probably at some point in 2021, it opened a whole world of possibilities for the game that left all the fans amazed. Therefore, nobody expected the announced postponement. On the good side of things, given the huge expectation that Cyberpunk 2077 has created, if the developers had launched a game that failed to satisfy the players CD Projekt RED would lose all the credit that they have gained with their previous games. If the game is not ready it’s just better not to launch it.

All we can do until September is hoping that there will not be more delays. And don’t worry, no matter when Cyberpunk 2077 is released you will always find the best prices on DLCompare.

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Where To Find Frozen Rabbit Meat In Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot

One of the main objectives in DBZ Kakarot is to find some Frozen Rabbit Meat. Check out this guide to find out where to find Frozen Rabbit Meat in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot. You can’t catch rabbits so this one is a bit tricky.

Where To Find Frozen Rabbit Meat In DBZ Kakarot

In order to get Frozen Rabbit Meat in DBZ Kakarot, you will have to head up to the Darlinge Polyna map. Here you can find what you are looking for around the lake, and in the woods. You are looking for blocks of ice similar to this one in the picture.

Where To Find Frozen Rabbit Meat In Dragon Ball Z Kakarot

You need to use your Ki blasts to break these down and inside you will find the Frozen Rabbit Meat. There are a few scattered in the area, and an NPC will even call it out if he is near one. I only had to break one but I found about five while flying around. Search up on the cliffs, in the woods, and near the beach of the ice lake if you need more.

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Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Shenron Wish Guide

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How To Get A Car In Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot

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Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot King Yemma Quiz Guide

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Where To Find The Goliath & Scarlet Catfish In Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot

A Substory in DBZ Kakarot requires you to find two certain fish. This guide on Where To Find The Goliath & Scarlet Catfish In Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot will tell you exactly where you need to go in

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Where To Find Your DLC Items in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot

If you pre ordered DBZ Kakarot, then you have some DLC items waiting for you. Check out this guide to find out where to find your DLC items in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot. With this you can use your food to get a buff right away.

Where To Find Your DLC Items in DBZ Kakarot

At first, you will only have access to your food from the DLC. Press start and go into your inventory. From there, work your way to the meals section and you will find your three star dishes that you got for DLC. The bonuses on the bottom are permanent, so eat it up for a boost early on. The Bonyu Training mission doesn’t unlock until you reach the Android Saga. Vegeta will unlcok training at Capsule Corp and when you switch back to Goku he will be asked to go there. When you speak to the training lady, Bonyu training will be open. If you beat her, you will get her Soul Emblem, which is pretty strong. The Yamcha side quest opens up during the Android Saga as well. You will see the blue side quest icon near Goku’s house when it is ready.

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Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Recipe Guide

Want to find and unlock all the recipes for Full Course Meals in DBZ Kakarot? This Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Recipe Guide tells you how to unlock all of the different recipes we’ve discovered so far

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Community Leader Guide

Want to know how to unlock all Community Leaders in DBZ Kakarot and what they do? This Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Community Leader Guide answers all of your Community Leader related questions including

How To Get A Car In Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot

Want to know where to find a car for races in DBZ Kakarot? This guide tells you How To Get A Car In Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot so you can participate in some of the unique and exciting race events

Where To Find The Goliath & Scarlet Catfish In Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot

A Substory in DBZ Kakarot requires you to find two certain fish. This guide on Where To Find The Goliath & Scarlet Catfish In Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot will tell you exactly where you need to go in

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Top 10 Games of 2018 – What’s the Story, Wishbone

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There’s nothing I love more than a good story with compelling characters, and 2018 delivered on an unprecedented level. Almost every single entry on this list is worth a replay just for the narrative. I don’t want to know the time it took to develop stories as impressive as emotional as GRIS, complex as Red Dead Redemption 2, thrilling as Detroit: Become Human, and relatable as Life Is Strange 2. No matter the answer, I’m sure the writers were well underpaid for their brilliance. Individually, these are fantastic games; together, 2018 is an outstanding year.

 

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10. Life Is Strange 2

 

Life Is Strange 2 doesn’t really cross over with the original too much, but I think that’s what needed to happen. It needed to separate itself from the first game; Life Is Strange 2 successfully maintains its high-quality storytelling and stands on its own. There’s a really relevant, engaging story tackling subjects not many games are courageous enough to touch.” – Nathanael Hueso

 

“Dontnod is one of few studios that can successfully cover topics like race, religion, sex, sexuality, and politics in a way that is consistently wholesome, entertaining, tasteful, and impactful. Life Is Strange 2 is their most recent triumph in this regard. It takes tremendous talent to do this balancing act when writing, and what’s more amazing is their ability to still give every character the attention they deserve. Need more proof? How about this: have you ever noticed how the main character doesn’t have any special abilities? How does he work as a main character? It’s called character development. Maybe some of these other studios should try it sometime.” – Brandon Pero

 

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9. Detroit: Become Human

 

Detroit: Become Human has some cheesy moments but overall is the best choice-driven game I’ve played. There are so many choices and outcomes for the story that you can’t possibly go through them all, not even after a few playthroughs. The story is another classic robots vs. humans, but it explores more meaningful subjects than I thought it would. There are some nuances that few other stories in this genre tackle. Not all characters are as complex as Connor, but they still do a good job at getting you invested.” – Nathanael Hueso

 

“The idea that machines could become as intelligent as humans first became a popular point of discussion during the 1940s and ‘50s thanks to Alan Turing, and ever since, storytellers have tried to imagine the emotional uprising of machines. Detroit: Become Human serves as the gaming industry’s definitive addition to these stories. Much like a brilliant ‘90s sitcom, Detroit tells three different tales of struggle, freedom, and emotional significance that all rally around one overarching story. This game’s true shining point, however, is found in the stakes of the game. Unlike too many story-based games before it, Detroit truly takes your decisions and method of playing and gives you a vast number of endings that all have equal weight. There’s no catch-all ending, and it makes your connection to the characters and plot stronger than those of most other games.” – Brandon Pero

 

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Where To Find Your DLC Items in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot

If you pre ordered DBZ Kakarot, then you have some DLC items waiting for you. Check out this guide to find out where to find your DLC items in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot. With this you can use your food to get a buff right away.

Where To Find Your DLC Items in DBZ Kakarot

At first, you will only have access to your food from the DLC. Press start and go into your inventory. From there, work your way to the meals section and you will find your three star dishes that you got for DLC. The bonuses on the bottom are permanent, so eat it up for a boost early on. The Bonyu Training mission doesn’t unlock until you reach the Android Saga. Vegeta will unlcok training at Capsule Corp and when you switch back to Goku he will be asked to go there. When you speak to the training lady, Bonyu training will be open. If you beat her, you will get her Soul Emblem, which is pretty strong. The Yamcha side quest opens up during the Android Saga as well. You will see the blue side quest icon near Goku’s house when it is ready.

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Where To Find Great Energetic Fish In Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot

Great Energetic Fish are required for a Substory in DBZ Kakarot. This guide explains Where To Find Great Energetic Fish In Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot as they can be very difficult to obtain if you don’t

Where To Find The Maristone In Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot

The Tourists In Trouble Substory asks you to find a Maristone gem. This guide on Where To Find The Maristone In Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot will tell you exactly where you need to go to find the

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Shenron Wish Guide

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Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Frenzy Guide

What is a Frenzy and how does it benefit your adventures in the game? Check out our Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Frenzy Guide for a full break down and explanation of the Frenzy system in the latest

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Dragon Ball Z Kakarot Soul Emblem Guide

Dragon Ball Z Kakarot Soul Emblem Guide
Soul Emblems in DBZ Kakarot are one of the many ways you can power up your fighters. Check out this Dragon Ball Z Kakarot Soul Emblem guide to find them all and become as strong as possible. Some are easy to find while others can be hidden well.

Soul Emblems represent a characters innate abilities. They can be placed within Communities that buff various stats and offer different benefits. Each Soul Emblem can also be leveled up and improved by giving gifts, although the gifts are mostly universal so it’s up to you how to customize each of your Soul Emblems.

DBZ Kakarot Soul Emblem Guide

As you get more Soul Emblems, you can make more matches and really fill out the community buff list. You can put almost any emblem on any board, but they specialize in one area each. Look at their levels and decide best where you want to place them based on that.

Name Location How To Get When
Goku Start With Start With Saiyan Saga
Gohan Story Related Community Tutorial Saiyan Saga
Chi Chi Story Related Cook With Chi Chi Saiyan Saga
Roshi Roshi’s House Complete Roshi Side Quest Saiyan Saga
Nam East Ravine Complete Nam’s Side Quest Saiyan Saga
Eighter East Ravine Complete Eighter’s Side Quest Saiyan Saga
King Yemma Story Related Acquired After Beating Raditz Saiyan Saga
Kami Story Related Acquired After Beating Raditz Saiyan Saga
Yajirobe Story Related Acquired By Kid Gohan Saiyan Saga
Tien Story Related Beat Tien With Piccolo Saiyan Saga
Yamcha Story Related Beat Yamcha With Piccolo Saiyan Saga
Krillin Story Related Beat Krillin With Piccolo Saiyan Saga
Piccolo Story Related Beat Krillin, Yamcha, And Tien Saiyan Saga
Chiaotzu Central Plains Beat Telekinesis Training Side Quest Saiyan Saga
King Kai Story Related Make King Kai Laugh Saiyan Saga
Puar Story Related Head Home With Kid Gohan Saiyan Saga
Mr. Popo Story Related Goku Clears Snake Road Saiyan Saga
Pilaf West Area Complete The Pilaf Gang’s Plan Side Quest Intermission 1
Shu West Area Complete The Pilaf Gang’s Plan Side Quest Intermission 1
Mai West Area Complete The Pilaf Gang’s Plan Side Quest Intermission 1
Launch Story Related Find Launch For Master Roshi Intermission 1
Saibaman Multiple Side Quests Complete The Pilaf Gangs Plan, Foreboding Fear, And Mysterious Power Reading During Intermission Intermission 1
Mercenary Tao Multiple Side Quests Complete Mysterious Power Reading And Familiar Face Intermission 1
Master Shen Multiple Side Quests Complete Mysterious Power Reading And Familiar Face Intermission 1
Turtle Kame House Complete Tough Break For Turtle Substory Frieza Saga
Bulma Story Related After you help find materials for Bulma’s spaceship Frieza Saga
Vegeta Story Related After Vegeta defeats Cui on Planet Namek Frieza Saga
Guru Story Related After you meet Guru in the story on Planet Namek Frieza Saga
Nail Story Related After you fuse with Nail on Planet Namek Frieza Saga
Oolong Side Quest The Mystery Of The Missing Tail Intermission 2
Raditz Dragon Balls Wish Him Back To Fight Him Again Intermission 2+
Nappa Dragon Balls Wish Him Back To Fight Him Again Intermission 2+
Dodoria Dragon Balls Wish Him Back To Fight Him Again Intermission 2+
Zarbon Dragon Balls Wish Him Back To Fight Him Again Intermission 2+
Recoome Dragon Balls Wish The
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Dragon Ball Z Kakarot Substory Guide

Dragon Ball Z Kakarot Substory Guide
While playing through DBZ Kakarot, you will run into side quests you can complete called Substories. Check out this Dragon Ball Z Kakarot Substory guide to find and complete them all as you play. These will help you level up much quicker and also gives you plenty of rewards and Soul Emblems.

Dragon Ball Z Kakarot is divided into multiple parts representing the different Sagas from the Dragon Ball Z universe. After each saga is an intermission, usually some basic story quests and more side quests open at these points. Our guide below shows you each of the side quests available in the different sagas and the following intermission. Each Substory is also directly tied to one of the 7 different Community Boards, we’ve included that information in the brackets.

To save time exploring the entire world constantly, you can check the map and look for the blue ! icon on an area, this tells you there is a side quest in that area.

Saiyan Saga Substories Guide

Master Roshis Prized Possession (Adults)
The turtle on Master Roshi’s island has hidden his magazine. Talk to Bulma, then the turtle, then go to the marker to dig up Roshi’s magazine. Hand it back to him to get some EXP and other items.
Nam The Peddler (Adults)
Nam will ask for your help on the East Ravine map. He needs to help with his cart business. Talk to the guy at the blue marker and he will give you a fossil. Follow the next marker to the fossil area and speak to the man in the hat. He will trade the fossil for food and water and you can return to Nam. You will get Nam’s Soul Emblem for this.
Foggy Future (Adults)
This quest happens when you are playing as Gohan, after he learns how to fly. Help out fortune teller Baba and you be awarded.
Gentle Giant (R&D)
You can find this quest on the East Ravine map. Talk to Eighter there and he will ask for some help defeating a local Red Ribbon robots. Kill the support ones first, as they will heal the others. Destroy the others as you see fit. You will be warped back to Eighter when you are finished.
Telekinesis Training (Cooking)
You can pick this quest up as you are playing Piccolo during the Saiyan Saga. Beat down Tien and this side quest opens up. This is a fight with Tien and Chiaotzu. Take out Chiaotzu first, he has less HP, then focus on Tien. Beat the both and you complete the quest.
The Fifth Trainee (Adventures)
You can do this quest when you are Piccolo during the Saiyan Saga. You first need to catch some deer for Yajirobe. When you return, he has run away because he doesn’t want to fight Piccolo. Use your Ki vision (L1) to spot this light blue cave in the area. Near the cave, up on the cliff, you can find Yajirobe and his Red Ki. Talk to him to complete the quest.

Intermission 1

The Pilaf Gangs Plan (R&D)
This one is found in West Area during the first intermission when you are playing as Gohan, it opens up after meeting with Roshi. The quest opens
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How To Get A Car In Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot


Want to know where to find a car for races in DBZ Kakarot? This guide tells you How To Get A Car In Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot so you can participate in some of the unique and exciting race events scattered throughout the Dragon Ball game world.

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot has a huge game world. As such, you’ll likely be flying or speeding around to get somewhere quickly. At the beginning of the game you’re restricted on the types of vehicles you can have, with only Goku having access to the Flying Nimbus. However, there are other vehicles you can unlock, including a car.

How To Get A Car In Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot

You need to progress through the story until you are in the Android Saga. After a few missions you will be tasked with speaking to Bulma so that she can build you and Chi-Chi a car. At this point you will unlock the R&D system – the ability to build, customize, and upgrade robots and vehicles.

Once unlocked, simply speak with Bulma inside Capsule Corp and she will build you vehicles if you have the correct materials. You can make the Hover Car so that you can participate in the racing events in the game.

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Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Fishing Guide

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Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Gift Giving Guide

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Where To Find More Gift Items In Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot

Where To Find More Gift Items In Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot
Want to farm gift items to increase your Community levels? This guide on Where To Find More Gift Items In Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot will tell you all the different places and methods you can use to find more gift items quickly, so you can maximize each of the Community Skills on your Community Board.

Once you have completed part of the beginning of the game and viewed the tutorial on how to give gifts in DBZ Kakarot, you’re free to find and distribute gifts as you please. Gifts are quite common throughout the game but giving gifts to the right people is paramount for ensuring your communities flourish as early as possible.

Where To Find More Gift Items In Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot

Once you have unlocked Soul Emblems you can give gifts to the character to improve their community stats and community skills, these are especially effective on community leaders. However, you will need a lot of gifts if you want to maximize the community skills available.

Working Through The Story
It’s an obvious one but one that works. Many of the story missions offer huge experience points bonuses and also occasionally some gift items. It’s not the best source of farming as each mission can only be completed one time initially but the further in the campaign you are, the higher ranked gift items become available with the other methods.

Complete Substories
The Substories in DBZ Kakarot are quick, easy, and often offer some great insight into the Dragon Ball world. All of the Substories belong to one of the categories of Communities, such as Cooking or Z Warriors, and those particular Substories provide gifts for those specific categories. It’s tough to go for a single category as they are all spread out but if you want to advance your communities quickly, this is one of the best methods of finding more gifts.

Search The World
There are a lot of items scattered throughout the game world. Pay special attention to purple orbs and other rare items, using your Kai Sense (L1/LB) to track them down. It’s not a fast method but if you’re passing one of the way to another objective, a few seconds to pick it up goes a long way.

Take Down Enemy Bases
The best method we’ve found for getting more gifts so far, destroying enemy bases. These come in various forms throughout the game. During the Saiyan Saga, Red Ribbon Towers will begin to appear. Later, after you’ve completed the Frieza Saga, Frieza’s spaceships will begin to appear on Earth. These are both easily found using the map, with distinct icons, it’s not difficult to track them down. Use your Ki Blasts to destroy them. You’ll sometimes get ingredients and other useful items but more often than not, you will find a lot of gift items. They respawn after a short time so it’s easy to get a decent number of gifts this way.

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Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Gift Giving Guide

Dragon Ball Z Kakarot Gift Giving Guide
You can give all your Soul Emblems gifts in DBZ Kakarot. This Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Gift Giving Guide explains who is the best person for each kind of gift, how you give gifts, where you can find more gifts, and all of your gift related questions.

Gifts are special items scattered throughout the game that can be given to members of your community to increase their community stats and friendship level. Each Soul Emblem comes with its own community stats, with some more experienced in certain fields than others. Although ultimately, all Soul Emblems can be placed within any community with the exception of Community Leaders.

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Gift Giving Guide

Once you have unlocked the ability to give gifts to community members, you are free to begin upgrading and customizing each member of your community. The vast majority, if not all, of the gifts you will find as you explore are not restricted, you are able to give them to any member of your communities, so what’s the best way of giving gifts to your allies?

Firstly, it’s a good idea to focus on Community Leaders. These are the central character of each community. For example, Goku is the Community Leader for the Z Warriors, Chi-Chi for Cooking, and so on. Community Leaders are unique in the fact that they cannot be moved to other communities, they will always be a member of that one specific community. As such, you cannot go wrong focusing on their primary stats. For example, giving Goku items that increase his Z Warriors level and friendship. He will always be a Z Warriors, so increasing his Z Warriors rank to max will offer the best bonus for that community.

Next, you want to focus on Bonuses and primary stats. As an example, both Kami and King Yemma have a Bonus of “Maybe I’ll send you to hell”, both of them also start with their highest stat being the God community. Therefore, it’s a no-brainer that they will work best in the God community, so you can spend items increasing that for those characters. That same system can be applied across all characters and communities.

Ultimately, there’s not a seriously wrong or right way to do it as long as you don’t focus on more than 1-2 stats per character. The Z Warriors community is rather poor in terms of skills it provides, whereas cooking can massively extend your food buffs. Focus on the Community Skills that suit your play style and offer the best bonuses.

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Shenron Wish Guide

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