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 Challenge Guide to complete them all.
This is a fight with a family of bugs that spawns more bugs. They range from level 6-8 and can spawn elite allies as well. Make sure you have enough ammo and take out the pods when they spawn if possible. Each time you kill the main enemy, it turns into a pod and spawns a smaller one. There are a total of three sets, maybe four, and we lured them back towards our car. One of us was on the turret while the other made sure the enemies stayed in range. If you have enough ammo you can do it the normal, way but we ran out.
Vehicles in Borderlands 3 allow for much faster travel and exploration. This guide explains How To Unlock Vehicles In Borderlands 3 as very early in the game, you’re given a variety of different quests, some of which require a lot of travel and walking time.
After you complete the initial tutorial aspects and you’re allowed to explore in a more freeroam capacity, you can get side quests and such. At this point you’re given a side quest, Cult Following. It’s after you rescue the half naked bandit in his underwear.
How To Unlock Vehicles In Borderlands 3
The Cult Following quest sends you to meet Ellie at Ellie’s Garage. This quest acts as the tutorial introduction to the vehicle system of Borderlands 3. The quest is simple, you go to a nearby group of bandits and steal their vehicle. Once stolen, return to Ellie’s Garage and store the vehicle. She also gives you a Rocket Launcher upgrade for the vehicle, which is far more powerful than the gun it comes equipped with originally.
Once the vehicle is stored, you can freely access, use, and unlock vehicles 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 got for supporting the game prior to its official release.
There’s a host of special items you receive for pre-ordering the game including
Butt Stallion Packs
Booster Pack s
Gold Weapon Pack
Gearbox Gear Pack
Toy Box Packs
Retro Style Pack
Where To Find DLC Items In Borderlands 3
You can claim your pre-order DLC items nearly immediately in Borderlands 3, after you have created your character. To claim your items follow the steps below, or watch the video above.
Pause the game (Options button)
Navigate to the Social Menu and open it
Once you have opened the Social Menu, navigate to the Mail Inbox with R1/RB
Here you will find all of the DLC & pre-order items you purchased.
That’s where to find all of your DLC pre-order items. Are you enjoying Borderlands 3? Leave a comment below.
Presented for the first time at the E3 2016, Death Stranding is undoubtedly one of the most enigmatic games to come. The outline of this game from the famous creator of Metal Gear, Hideo Kojima, is still unclear for many players. News about the game have not been quite revealing so far, and its creator seems to want to maintain the mystery, which makes Death Stranding an extremely anticipated game.
In addition to this somewhat nebulous communication, which has the merit of arousing great curiosity, Death Stranding also integrates a five-star cast, with several well-known actors like Norman Reedus or Léa Seydoux.
In any case, it seems that Death Stranding is beginning to unfold a little more since the announcement of its release date last May. Death Stranding will be released on November 8th, and we learn more today, not only about its history but also about its gameplay with the publication of two videos. The first is a cinematic trailer that tells us a little more about the story of the game. The action takes place in the United States, and the protagonist, Sam, is invited to a briefing in the capital for a mission that seems quite important. We don’t want to spoil it for you, so you can discover all of this for yourself in the video below if you want.
The second video was also eagerly awaited, as it introduces us to the gameplay of Death Stranding. Released on the occasion of Tokyo Game Show currently held in Tokyo, Kojima himself presented the gameplay of his next game, which we can discover in this video of about fifty minutes. This video is unfortunately in Japanese, and unless we are bilingual, we will have to wait a little longer to understand all the ins and outs. However, we can see a number of elements, such as fighting, and even boss fights. There is also an overview of the open world, and it seems that the bike is not the only vehicle that Sam can use.
Death Stranding surely has much to reveal to us before it is released on November 8, 2019, exclusively on PS4. You can, of course, check out the best prices to buy it via our comparator.
A mashup of dating sims and barista brewhaha, Drunk Bunny Games’ Cafe Crush has players stealing hearts while taking orders. The environment may be fresh, but does this visual novel provide a nice buzz?
Cafe Crush Review
A choice-driven visual novel, this title stars a character not doing much with his life. Burnt out on anime and video games, he gets a part time job at the Kitty Cafe after passing by. While there, he helps out Lily, Josie, and Emilia with taking orders, baking, and making coffee.
Of course, being a romantic visual novel, players have the chance to win the heart of one of the girls by the time the game is over. Crush Points are your best friend in this title – those who correctly do tasks can earn these points, and notifications in the top-right corner help players get on the right path. The road to love is fairly straightforward – taking orders correctly, knowing your coffee drinks, and knowing what goes into different cakes will get you a good ending.
The trouble is, a lot of the tasks come across as busywork. Taking down multiple orders isn’t difficult; it’s just time-consuming. Knowing the difference between a ristretto and espresso is also important, along with a number of other random coffee facts. Finally, get ready to be quizzed on different cakes and get ready to play a matching game. Though these activities do break up the bevvy of text, they sometimes come across as pandering busy work. Between the straightforward questions, the hint functionality, and the Cafe Crush notes, everything is just a bit too easy.
Unfortunately, the core dialog does not fare much better. Both the staff and the clientele comes off as one note, sitting squarely in the shoes of nerdy and preppy stereotypes. With hashtags like “hashtag OMG yummy,” the overexaggerated tones of this title come off as forces. Intimate dialog does not fare much better, with lines like “I’d rather watch real life” ruining the mood.
There is some voice acting to be found among the characters of Cafe Crush, but this also falls flat on its face. Lines are delivered without much enthusiasm, and certain characters have thick accents. One egregious example has a patron sound like he was speaking miles away from the mic – instances like that come off as amateurish and unprofessional.
The entirety of Cafe Crush can be finished in about an hour. We were able to get a good ending fairly easily, though there are different routes depending on the girl. There is also the option to experience “Bonus Content” from the main menu, but this is simply listed as “Coming Soon” as of this writing. The entirety of the story only encompasses a few days of in-game time, which comes across as odd when a girl confesses her feelings for you almost immediately.
Coffee addicts might dig Cafe Crush’s setting, but most visual novel fans will be turned off by its poor voice acting and uninspired dialog.
This review of Cafe Crush was done on the PC. The game was purchased digitally.
SEGA managed to leave us shocked when they announced the next installment of the Yakuza series a couple of weeks ago. It is not that we were not expecting a new one, it’s just that in the announcement they revealed that the combat system in the game was changing to a sort of turn-based system. That fact alone left all the fans of Yakuza completely puzzled since nobody knows for real what kind of game is going to be. A great part of the attractiveness of the previous games in the series comes from the way combat is handled, and such an unprecedented gameplay change could turn the new Yakuza game into something very disappointing for many players.
We could only have a glimpse of the Japanese trailer of the game, but now SEGA has decided to announce its upcoming title in the West and we finally know that it will be published under the name Yakuza: Like a Dragon. We can also watch a new trailer that reveals more footage than the Japanese one and that also has subtitles.
As you can see in the video, Yakuza: Like a Dragon will introduce a new character in the series. We will leave behind the story of Kazuma Kiryu, and move to Yokohama to follow the adventures of another Yakuza, Ichiban Kasuga.
A bit more of Yakuza: Like a Dragon has been shown during the Tokyo Game Show 2019. The event started yesterday, and it will be running through the weekend and was the best place to reveal some of the new features of the new Yakuza game. We don’t say that because it’s one of the biggest video games events of the year but because SEGA has implemented so many new features in the game that it almost doesn’t look like a Yakuza title anymore, and maybe it will be only suitable for the Japanese public. It’s not only the combat system that has been changed; you will be able to choose between different “jobs” for your character, and each of them will grant you different abilities and combat capabilities. There will also be a lot of side activities, like kart races, pachinko, and dancing, and even though those have always been present in the series, they contribute even more to make Yakuza: Like a Dragon look like something more similar to a Final Fantasy RPG game than an action-adventure video game.
Yakuza: Like a Dragon will be released in January in Japan, and it should be available in the West at some point in 2020.
When we talk about the Resident Evil series, we all have in mind great single-player survival horror titles. Over the years it has become one of the most popular video games series and the list of titles in it has expanded quite a bit, including even a few remakes that have delighted the most exigent fans. But there are even more surprises on the way.
Resident Evil: Project Resistance is an asymmetric multiplayer title for five people that takes place in the Resident Evil universe. In this adventure, one of the players will act as the Mastermind that controls a facility where weird experiments take place. Four other players will play as the Survivors, and the will have to cooperate to escape from this place.
Project Resistance features 4v1 matches where the Survivors have a limited time to escape from the facility. They will have to navigate through the different scenarios that form the map while solving the puzzles that the Mastermind prepares for them, as well as facing traps, zombies, and other types of threats.
While tracking the other players through the video surveillance network in the place, the Mastermind will have a deck of cards that he can use to create a variety of obstacles in order to prevent the Survivors from escaping. He can also take direct control of the zombies to attack the other players however he chooses.
Project Resistance – The Survivors
Each of the Survivors will have unique skills and the use of those in cooperation with the other players will be needed if they all want to have a chance to escape and leave behind the nightmarish scenario that the Mastermind has created for them.
It’s needless to say that this type of gameplay has never been seen before in the Resident Evil series, but we can anticipate that there will be a lot of players excited with the idea of playing as the evil mastermind behind the scenes.
Project Resistance – The Mastermind
Resident Evil: Project Resistance is in development for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. If you are a member of the Xbox Insider Program or a RE Ambassador you can register to participate in the closed beta that has will take place from October 4 to October 7 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
One of the keys you can find in Greedfall is called the Coin Guard Soldiers Key. When you get the key, you are not told where it is used and might not be able to find it. Check out this guide to find out where to use the Coin guard soldiers key in Greedfall.
Where To Use The Coin Guard Soldiers Key In Greedfall
The key can be found in Magasvar, The Vale Of The Great battle. It is in the Hot Springs near one of the mini boss creatures in the area. You will have to beat the creature in order to get the key. I used traps and like 50 bullets to bring it down. When you have to key you will have to travel far to thee east. You will have to use the north path and cut east from there, the south path is too high to climb. When you get far enough east you will run into the Alliance Outpost Camp, here on the map.
If you look around while at the camp, you can see some wooden platforms on the rocks near there. If you follow them around you will run into a ladder that you can climb up. Follow that to a second ladder and up there you will find the chest you can use the key on. You will get some orange armor and a orange two handed sword.
An Old Hermit, a dirty swamp, and some drums. This GreedFall Drum Puzzle Guide tells you how to complete the Drum Puzzle in GreedFall during the main story quest, Face to Face with the Demon. This quest is shortly after the Stone Candle puzzle quest. You arrive in a new swampy area and are greeted by an Old Hermit who tells you about an ancient ritual.
Once you arrive, follow your objectives. You’ll explore a small part of the swamp collecting tidbits of information on the party that arrived before you. Once you’ve got the appropriate key ingredients to solve the puzzle, the Old Hermit will tell you about the drums.
GreedFall Drum Puzzle Guide
It’s very simple, play the drums in the following order
Once you play the drums in the correct sequence, you can proceed. Be careful, much like the previous puzzle, if you play the drums in the wrong order, you’ll get attacked. Be prepared, after the puzzle, there’s a fight but you do get a Memory Crystal as a reward.