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Borderlands 3 – All Challenges Guide

Borderlands 3 - All Challenges Guide
Crew Challenges offer great rewards in Borderlands 3. This Borderlands 3 – All Challenges Guide is a central focus for all of our Crew Challenges in Borderlands 3 with links to each of the different zones and areas we’ve exploring during our adventures in Borderlands 3.

Each region in Borderlands 3 features several Crew Challenges. These Crew Challenges vary but usually require you to discover various items and collectibles in exchange for experience points, cash, and of course, guns. Below is a list of each of the areas in Borderlands 3 that we’ve explored thus far.

Borderlands 3 – All Challenges Guide

There’s still a lot more of Borderlands 3 waiting to be explored. Check back soon as we cover more regions and more Crew Challenges.

Borderlands 3 – All Challenges Guide

Crew Challenges offer great rewards in Borderlands 3. This Borderlands 3 – All Challenges Guide is a central focus for all of our Crew Challenges in Borderlands 3 with links to each of the different

Borderlands 3 Lectra City Crew Challenges Guide

Lectra City is another filled with interesting challenges and rewards. This Borderlands 3 Lectra City Crew Challenges Guide lists all of the different Crew Challenges available in Lectra City

Borderlands 3 Ascension Bluff Crew Challenges Guide

Crew Challenges, or Challenges, can be found on the map screen of Borderlands 3. This Borderlands 3 Ascension Bluff Crew Challenges Guide will show you where to find all of the Challenges to complete

Borderlands 3 Athenas Crew Challenges Guide

Athenas is the next area in the game with more Challenges. This Borderlands 3 Athenas Crew Challenges Guide covers all aspects of the Crew Challenges on Athenas including the Crimson Radio, Dead

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Borderlands 3 Atlas HQ Crew Challenges Guide

Borderlands 3 Atlas HQ Crew Challenges Guide
After Skywell-27 you will reach the Atlas HQ challenges section of Borderlands 3. This Borderlands 3 Atlas HQ Crew Challenges Guide will walk you through all of the different challenges available in Atlas HQ including finding all of the Typhon Logs and the favorite, Typhon Dead Drop.

Atlas HQ is a little bit sized compared to previous areas. There’s a lot going on and a lot to do but it’s much more manageable than say, Skywell-27, with its multiple layers and difficult to navigate tiers. Our guide below breaks down the location of each Crew Challenge in Altas.

Borderlands 3 Atlas HQ Crew Challenges Guide

Atlas HQ Crimson Radio
Atlas HQ Crimson Radio
After the fight with the turret near the end of the level, there’s a ladder to drop down. You’ll find the Crimson Radio below.
Atlas HQ Dead Claptrap
Atlas HQ Dead Claptrap
Once you leave the main courtyard and enter the other part of the base, it’s up the stairs on the upper level.
Atlas HQ Typhon Logs

Typhon Logs 1
Atlas HQ Typhon Logs 1

Typhon Logs 2
Atlas HQ Typhon Logs 2

Typhon Logs 3
Atlas HQ Typhon Logs 3

That wraps up all of the different Crew Challenges on Atlas HQ.

Borderlands 3 Legendary Hunt Creature Location Guide

Legendary Hunts are challenging fights in Borderlands 3. This Borderlands 3 Legendary Hunt Creature Location Guide will tell you where to find all of the Legendary Creatures we’ve discovered on our

How To Get More Weapon Slots In Borderlands 3

When you start in Borderlands 3 you can only have two weapons equipped at a time. There are slots for two more, but they are locked when you begin the game. Check out this guide to find out how to

Borderlands 3 Atlas HQ Crew Challenges Guide

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How To Get More Inventory Space In Borderlands 3

When you first start in Borderlands 3 you have hardly any inventory space at all. You will quickly fill up and are probably wondering how you get more space. Check out this guide to find out how to

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Borderlands 3 Skywell-27 Crew Challenges Guide

Borderlands 3 Skywell-27 Crew Challenges Guide
Skywell-27 takes the battle to space with brand new Challenges. This Borderlands 3 Skywell-27 Crew Challenges Guide is a walkthrough for the 5 different Crew Challenges on Skywell-27 showing you where to find the Dead Claptraps, Typhon Logs, and more.

Skywell-27 drops a little on the Crew Challenges side compared to previous areas in Borderlands 3, featuring only 5 Crew Challenges as opposed to the 6 on the previous levels. Check out the article below for a breakdown of each of the challenges and how to complete them.

Borderlands 3 Skywell-27 Crew Challenges Guide

Skywell-27 Dead Claptrap

Dead Claptrap 1
Skywell-27 Dead Claptrap 1
This one sits atop a large stone pillar. You need to jump across to it from another large stone-like rock formation nearby.

Dead Claptrap 2
Skywell-27 Dead Claptrap
This one is on the lower tier of the level, after you meet Rhys Ball in the main story.

Skywell-27 Target Of Opportunity
Skywell-27 Target Of Opportunity
Handsome Jackie can be found here on the map. It’s still pointing North but I have zoomed in for better clarity as there are multiple layers to this map. It’s shortly after you meet Rhys Ball.
Skywell-27 Typhon Logs

Typhon Logs 1
Skywell-27 Typhon Logs 1
You have to travel a small distance ahead in the level and approach the room from below as the first entrance you encounter is locked.

Typhon Logs 2
Skywell-27 Typhon Logs 2
This one is still on the top level. Progress through the main story until the NPC announces that they are going to destroy a favorite theme park. From there, follow the platforms to this location.

Typhon Logs 3
Skywell-27 Typhon Logs 3
This is on the second level, below the main level. Halfway through the level after you meet Rhys Ball. There’s a ladder you must climb to reach the location.

Typhon Logs 3 How To Get

That wraps up all of the Crew Challenges on Skywell-27.

Borderlands 3 The Droughts Crew Challenges Guide

Crew Challenges are new challenges you can find on the various maps of Borderlands 3. Some of these are easy, and others preset a much harder challenge. Check out this Borderlands 3 The Droughts Crew

Where To Find Pre-Order DLC Items In Borderlands 3

If you pre-order Borderlands 3, there’s special DLC items to claim. This guide on Where To Find Pre-Order DLC Items In Borderlands 3 will tell you where you can find the pre-order DLC items that you

Borderlands 3 SHiFT Codes List Guide

SHiFT codes return in Borderlands 3 offering Golden Keys and other rewards. This Borderlands 3 SHiFT Codes List Guide has a list of the previously release SHiFT codes as well as instructions on how

Borderlands 3 Skywell-27 Crew Challenges Guide

Skywell-27 takes the battle to space with brand new Challenges. This Borderlands 3 Skywell-27 Crew Challenges Guide is a walkthrough for the 5 different Crew Challenges on Skywell-27 showing you

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Left Alive Postmortem Review– Metal Gear Slop

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Dead in the Water

Amidst the legendary blowouts of its contemporaries Anthem and Fallout 76, it is the relatively under-the-radar Left Alive that has been given the bomb beneath the table approach from its developer. Between the three games, Left Alive is the newest and the only one that has already been committed to stasis. A wince-inducing drop from $60 to $10 at physical storefronts in the span of four months was staggering, outpacing even the deflations of Homefront: The Revolution and Rogue Warrior. The lone confine protecting me from scrutiny on behalf of my local GameStop employee was him not recognizing the game at all.

The prospect of a major leap forward for the Front Mission franchise, with renowned names on hand for every facet of its creation, is no doubt the most hopeless flop of the year so far. With no patch in sight since April and a marketing campaign that seemed to gradually de-escalate even before the game’s shuddering reception, Left Alive is little more than a decommissioned vessel with no one at the head. So why don’t we beat the dead horse one more time and figure out where the supergroup that should have formed together like Voltron went wrong.

World of Tanks advertisement included in Left Alive gameplay

An omen if I’ve ever seen one

Lore, What is it Good For?

The fallings of Left Alive are deceptively simple. The game successfully implies a sense of scope, its campaign playing out from three perspectives forming the corners of a war-torn republic. In respective chapters, players control the vaguely stoic police officer Olga Kalinina, the further emasculated Raiden replicant Mikhail Shuvalov, and husk of a man Leonid Osterman. Gameplay is the same amongst them all, an amorphous mix of by-the-book stealth, over-the-shoulder shooting, and NPC interactions giving way to side errands that aim to make the most of the semi-open landscapes.

The abundance of lore lands like a series of dull blows to the head but occasionally gives way to odd diatribes about abandoned hamburger restaurant receipts and hammy wisecracks delivered with a baseline charisma. The protagonists at least go through the basic motions of characterization, distinguishing themselves from each other through various apprehensions and principles. An expectedly hollow choice system is grafted onto conversations between players and other survivors, but is so entrenched in the progression of dialogue that you would be fooled into thinking it’d impact the narrative. There’s a faint attempt at world-building strewn throughout via the optional escort missions taken from civilians, preoccupied with details but bereft of inspiration.

 

Window-dressing for a Hollow Vessel

The bizarre contradiction directly carries over to Left Alive’s visual design. Left Alive boasts the technical clarity of a professional AAA studio product, yet it is cheapened by an unrelenting devotion to dire textures and vacant landscapes. Much of Mikhail Shuvalov’s campaign may as well take place on a single extended neighborhood, shaped into lusterless corridors, indistinguishable to the point of abstraction. With the combination of the disheveled nature with which you hop between perspectives and the homogenous architecture entrapping you, I was rather convinced I was playing the same level repeatedly as Mikhail, barely alleviated by the time spent as other protagonists.

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Throwback Review: The Witcher 2

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The Witcher 2 was many people’s first introduction to the series, including my own. Developed by Polish team CD Projekt Red, The Witcher 2 originally came out in 2011 for PC. About a year later, The Witcher 2: Enhanced Edition arrived for Xbox 360 and as a free update for PC.

I’m playing The Witcher 2: Enhanced Edition on the Xbox One via backwards compatibility. The enhanced edition added a decent amount of content, containing a couple of new quests and tons of patches and tweaks to the base game.

 

An Ambitious Sequel  

Originally, The Witcher 2 was being developed using Bioware’s Aurora Engine, but the project became too ambitious and hopes of releasing on console quickly died. To counter this, CDPR developed its own REDengine practically alongside the game. This put The Witcher 2 in a unique position, allowing CDPR to experiment and make exactly the game they wanted. If you want to know more detail about how the Witcher 2 came to be, there’s a great article by Eurogamer you can check out here.

Image from The Witcher 2. Geralt is pointing the way to Letho and his companions.

This game has some really nice looking comic book-style cutscenes.

As I mentioned in my review of The Witcher, the differences between The Witcher 2 and its predecessor are evident right from the outset. The Witcher had its hands full establishing Andrzej Sapkowski’s world, leaving less room to introduce its own set of stories and characters, which is a big part of why the first game is much easier to appreciate with some knowledge of the novels it’s based on. Now it feels like CDPR is much more confident in picking up where the books left off, with major characters being killed off left right and center, as well as a major shift in the political state of The Nothern Kingdoms. This serves to make for a more intense, emotional, and overall engaging narrative.

 

Opening With a Bang

The Witcher 2 kicks off with a pretty flashy looking CG cinematic that was added in the Enhanced Edition. The cinematic shows the assassination of King Demavend of Aedirn, the ruler of one of the four major countries that makes up the Northern Kingdoms. I remember watching this cinematic over and over when the game first came out, the level of detail like the archer’s arrows bending in the air and the way the music matches the action was always awesome to me. It’s also a great way to set up the story for newcomers to the series, as the previous game ended with our hero Geralt thwarting an assassination attempt on King Foltest of Temeria.

image from The Witcher 2. Geralt looks on into the distant at a dark sky lit by a blue light

If it seems like I’m throwing a lot of names around so far, that’s because politics are very important to The Witcher 2’s story. The main goal of our Witcher Geralt of Rivia is to clear his name after being caught with a dead King Foltest at the end of the game’s prologue.

Speaking of the prologue, this one opens with a bang. Now temporary bodyguard to King Foltest, Geralt gets caught up in a battle that sees players getting into a slight tussle with a dragon, among other things. While it’s easy to see why CDPR have opened the sequel with a big battle and …

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A Helpful Practice To Minimize Loss Of Data

Data loss is something we all fear. Imagine, losing all our important files, photos, and videos. Data loss affects everyone. It doesn’t matter who you are. Whether you’re a business owner, home owner, or an employee, data loss can be detrimental to your health. Yes, just like smoking, it can kill you. especially if you don’t know how to handle it.

Seriously, data loss hurts. The thing is, it’s the last thing anybody thinks about. Do you think about it? You probably don’t until it happens to you. That’s the thing; it can happen to you.

The loss of data is always considered as something that happens to others, such as a situation where one is naturally exempt or sheltered.

(Via: https://demotix.com/loss-and-recovery-of-data-tips-and-good-practices-that-can-be-very-useful/)

There’s just no doubt that the consequences of data loss could be catastrophic.

The problems created from this loss can be huge, very serious and usually synonymous with budgets of large sums of money for recovery.

(Via: https://demotix.com/loss-and-recovery-of-data-tips-and-good-practices-that-can-be-very-useful/)

Can you imagine what data loss can do your business? You probably don’t want to think about it now because it’s such a negative thought. If you don’t have any preventive measures in place, you have to think about it now.

A loss of data can leave a company out of service for several hours, and even days, and sometimes resign itself to never being able to recover certain batches of information.

(Via: https://demotix.com/loss-and-recovery-of-data-tips-and-good-practices-that-can-be-very-useful/)

You can deal with data loss. It won’t be easy but you can deal with it.

When dealing with this type of events, it is important to know that data recovery in general terms is possible.

(Via: https://demotix.com/loss-and-recovery-of-data-tips-and-good-practices-that-can-be-very-useful/)

It’s good to know that data recovery is possible. However, that could take up some of your time as well. What you could do is to minimize data loss. Here’s a helpful practice to help you minimize data loss.

Do you back up your files? Is this a practice you do regularly? if not, then it’s time to instill this practice at home and at work as well.

The information stored in computers, external disks, pen drives, tablets and other devices can be unrecoverable not only because of failures in these digital media but also because of fires, thefts or floods. Therefore, it is very important to have backup copies of all the significant information.

(Via: https://demotix.com/loss-and-recovery-of-data-tips-and-good-practices-that-can-be-very-useful/)

There’s just no way you can back up once and forget about it after. That’s why you have to develop the habit of backing up at least once a day. That’s the only way you can have updated versions of your files.

A single backup is not enough. Having at least three backup copies is important for shopping store. It is essential to ensure that all three copies are identical and that all data can be accessed. Having the information saved but not knowing if it is accessible will not be very useful.

Another important fact, it is very advisable to take care to update the backup copies periodically. Otherwise, you can access the information but not the most up-to-date version of it and you may lose access to important data that has been generated after the copy was created.

(Via: https://demotix.com/loss-and-recovery-of-data-tips-and-good-practices-that-can-be-very-useful/)

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Borderlands 3 Athenas Crew Challenges Guide

Borderlands 3 Athenas Crew Challenges Guide
Athenas is the next area in the game with more Challenges. This Borderlands 3 Athenas Crew Challenges Guide covers all aspects of the Crew Challenges on Athenas including the Crimson Radio, Dead Claptraps, Typhon Logs, and more.

Each zone in Borderlands 3 has a host of Crew Challenges that you can access on the map screen of each area. There are usually 5-6 different Crew Challenges available in each area, including Typhon Logs that lead to Typhon Dead Drops with awesome rewards. Well, sometimes. It’s Borderlands, right?

Borderlands 3 Athenas Crew Challenges Guide

Athenas Crimson Radio
Athenas Crimson Radio
Just before you reach the Radio Tower, there’s a speaker atop a small hut. You need to climb up and follow the route to get there.

Athenas Crimson Radio How To Get

Athenas Dead Claptrap

Dead Claptrap 1
Athenas Dead Claptrap 1

Dead Claptrap 2
Athenas Dead Claptrap 2

Athenas Typhon Dead Drop
Athenas Typhon Dead Drop

You can get there from this location. Climb the boxes over the wall.

Athenas Typhon Dead Drop How To Get

Athenas Typhon Logs

Typhon Logs 1
Athenas Typhon Logs 1
To reach this one, there’s a nearby building with a trash can on the side. Climb that, then onto the building, then jump across.

Athenas Typhon Logs 1 How To Get

Typhon Logs 2
Athenas Typhon Logs 2

Typhon Logs 3
Athenas Typhon Logs 3
You must follow the main story on Athenas to get into this area.

That wraps up all of the Challenges on Athenas.

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A Plague Tale: Innocence, a free demo is available

On May 14 we saw the release of the latest game from Asobo Studio, edited by Focus Home Interactive, A Plague Tale: Innocence. Although the game is not a triple-A it has great potential for those who love action-adventure games with an immersive story.

A Plague Tale: Innocence takes place in a very dark period in the history of France. In 1348, in the heart of the duchy of Guyenne, where the action takes place, the Black Death and the Hundred Years War are raging. Coming from a noble family, Amicia and her little brother Hugo are left to survive for themselves and flee the Inquisition.

A Plague Tale: Innoncence – The plague spares no one

We will not say more about the plot of the game to not spoil the surprise, especially as you can currently try for free A Plague Tale: Innocence. A demo is available on PS4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam. It allows you to play the first of the seventeen chapters of the game. To download the demo, simply go to the game page in the store of your platform. The offer will be available until next Monday and during this period you will be able to take advantage of different deals for the game on different platforms.

Whether you are an amateur with this type of games or not, we advise you to try A Plague Tale: Innocence. The game was critically acclaimed when it came out, and it’s not for nothing. The artistic direction is fantastic in terms of a realistic environment; you will, for example, have to cross villages very typical of the French countryside of the Middle Ages. In terms of narration you will not be disappointed, A Plague Tale: Innocence being a tale as dreamlike as cruel as its name suggests. The soundtrack made by Olivier Derivière, whose music we could listen to in Vampyr or more recently in Greedfall, is beautiful. And the gameplay is not left behind, of course, since Amicia is not a fighter at heart, you will have to be ingenious to get rid of the terrible soldiers of the Inquisition, but also and especially the ubiquitous and deadly rats.

By the way, we advise you to be prepared, because A Plague Tale: Innocence is anything but a fairy tale.

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Watch The Surge 2 story Trailer

The apocalyptic scenario that is presented to us in The Surge 2 is perfectly shown in the story trailer that Focus Home Interactive has just published. Eleven days ahead of the official release of Deck 13’s upcoming action-adventure title we can see a bit more of Jericho City and the world where The Surge 2 takes place.

The video is quite short but it manages to transmit the oppressive atmosphere and sense of urgency that arriving at a crumbling metropolis that has been overrun by the nano-virus produces. Even if every faction in the city has its own agenda, the results your decissions and your actions will be the cornerstone of the possible salvation of a city drowned in chaos.

Soldiers enforcing the martial law, robots rampaging through the city, and a threatening nanite storm looming over Jericho City are just some of the problems that you will have to face with the only aid of your powered exo-suit and your trusty modular combat drone. Putting them to the best use and upgrading them with whatever parts and pieces you can salvage from your enemies must be one of your priorities if you want to become powerful enough to survive in the streets of this apocalyptic place in The Surge 2.

On the gameplay side, The Surge 2 offers you to explore a devastated city as you face all kind of threats in brutal and unforgiving combat, with plenty of options to customize your character however you choose with the different parts that you will be able to cut off from your enemies. Making full use of the limb-targeting system in the game will be necessary to make your character more powerful and face the nanite-infested monstrosities that lurk in the depths of the city.

If you had fun with the innovative gameplay system featured in The Surge, the new installment in the series adds plenty of new features to take it to the next level.

The Surge 2 will be released September 24 on PC, Xbox One, and Playstation 4.

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Borderlands 3 Lectra City Crew Challenges Guide

Borderlands 3 Lectra City Crew Challenges Guide
Lectra City is another filled with interesting challenges and rewards. This Borderlands 3 Lectra City Crew Challenges Guide lists all of the different Crew Challenges available in Lectra City including where to find them and how you complete each of the challenges individually.

Much like the Meridian Metroplex Crew Challenges, Lectra City is another area that features more Crew Challenges than normal, this time featuring 6 unique crew challenges for you to discover and complete. As before, many offer great rewards, especially the Dead Drop, so be sure to complete them all.

Borderlands 3 Lectra City Crew Challenges Guide

Lectra City Crimson Radio
Lectra City Crimson Radio

This one can be tough to reach. You need to climb the building opposite then use the lights to jump over to the main building with the antenna on the roof.

Lectra City Crimson Radio

Lectra City Dead Claptrap

Dead Claptrap 1
Lectra City Dead Claptrap

Dead Claptrap 2
Lectra City Dead Claptrap 2
Due to the many tiers and levels, this one can be tough to find. During the main quest here, you will have to get Jenny’s Token. That part of the story quest will lead you to the location of the Dead Claptrap.

Lectra City Typhon Dead Drop
Lectra City Typhon Dead Drop

You need to climb some small huts onto the rooftops at this location

Lectra City Typhon Dead Drop How To Get

Lectra City Typhon Logs

Typhon Logs 1
Lectra City Typhon Logs 1
This one is right near Lena’s Token objective for Kill Killavolt main story quest.

Typhon Logs 2
Lectra City Typhon Logs 2

Typhon Logs 3
Lectra City Typhon Logs 3

That completes all of the Lectra City Crew Challenges in Borderlands 3.

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