Originally a Super Famicom exclusive, the world of Seiken Densetsu 3 is getting a new lease on life with the release of the remake Trials of Mana. As we get ready to play this new action RPG, Gamers Heroes takes a look at a spot-on cosplay from a previous entry.
Secret of Mana is AlBhedNika’s favorite game, so it’s fitting that she pay tribute to this with this stellar cosplay of Purim. The attention to detail is there – just look at the ears!
One of the choices you have to make in the Fallout 76 Wastelanders update is between Engineer Brass or Doctor Loris. Check out this Fallout 76 Wastelanders side with Engineer Brass or Doctor Loris choice guide to make the right call. You will be locked in after the choice.
Fallout 76 Wastelanders Side With Engineer Brass Or Doctor Loris Choice
If you choose to side with Brassm you will have to go to the security terminal and get the footage. From there, bring it to Brass and he will edit it to make it look like Loris was in the wrong. You can then bring it to the security chief and he will go to check out Loris. He will threaten to arrest Loris for his crimes. Loris is not having it and will attack after the conversation. When you beat Loris, return to the tutor bot and he will unlock the restricted area for you. There is no punishment or reward for siding with Brass. Truthfully, the choice doesn’t seem to make a huge difference. Basically it boils down to who you want to kill.
If you side with Loris, you will have to do a similar thing with the footage. Loris seems a little off his rocker, but if you want to side with him you can. When you lay the blame on Brass, talk to the security chief and get him to go arrest Brass. Much like Loris, Brass will fight you to the death if you choose to arrest him. Either way, you can return to the other robot upstairs to gain access to the restricted area. The choice here really doesn’t seem to matter much. Just pick who you would rather kill in the end.
Check back soon for more Fallout 76 Wastelanders guides.
The Ally feature is a new addition in Wastelanders. This Fallout 76 Wastelanders Allies List & Locations Guide provides a list of all of the different Ally companions we’ve discovered so far as well as information on where they can be found. An Ally is a specific character that you can encounter in the game and eventually, convince them to join your cause full time and accompany you on your travels.
Although each Ally is unique, the process for recruiting them is much in the same. You will either encounter them in the game world or meet them via a quest or other in-game activity. This will unlock a quest line for the Ally that, once complete, will get them to join your cause.
Fallout 76 Wastelanders Ally List
We’re still exploring Fallout 76 Wastelanders so we’re unsure if this is a complete list. Below is a list of each of the Allies we have encountered so far. We’ll provide further details on how to unlock each ally below.
If you Fast Travel to Rusty Pick, where you trade items for Legendary Items, you will receive the quest to rescue Beckett from a nearby camp. Once he is rescued, you can build his bar at your base and begin his quest line to recruit him.
Raider Punk seems to patrol randomly. We’ve seen him North of Vault 76 and South East corner of the map. We will update with more information soon. You need to be level 50 or have high stats in other areas to recruit the Raider Punk.
Roughly in this area around level 30 (may be available earlier), you will find her in this bunker after responding to emergency radio signals. Help her recover, grab a flight recorder from a nearby downed ship and she will join you at camp. Follow the rest of her quest line to recruit her as an Ally.
We will continue to update this list of Wastelander Allies and locations as we progress through the game.
One of the choices in Fallout 76 Wastelanders, is what to do with Polly’s head. Check out this Fallout 76 put Polly on Mr Handy or Assaultron choice guide to figure out which one to pick. This choice is going to have lasting effects on your game.
Fallout 76 Put Polly On Mr Handy Or Assaultron Choice
When you get to the robot area, you can only put Polly’s head on one of them.
When you return, you can choose how you respond to him. I personally like the one where you say “your body is a moonshine jug, you’ll take what I give you”. You will have to leave and do another quest before anything actually happens. When you return, Polly will be at the front desk as a My Handy. When you talk to him he gets a little upset but you can clam him down, or trash talk him, your choice. There is no reward for this. If this causes issues down the line I will be sure to update the guide.
The Assaultron is the choice that Polly wants. When you go back to the bar Polly will be happy. You will need to leave and do a quest before Polly gets a new body. When you return, Polly will reward you with his old helmet. He has the body he wants and is pleased. It isn’t as funny as the other choices, but you also don’t get rewarded if you pick something else.
This robot is basically a servant bot and Polly is least happy about this one. Like the others, you need to leave and do a quest to get him to spawn in as a robot in the bar. Talk to him and you can talk trash or calm him down, your choice. If this causes issues down the line I will be sure to update the guide.
All those who dive into Rockstar Games’ Red Dead Online this week can net 50% bonuses on XP, RDO$ and Gold by playing Free Roam Events.
Whether you’re a fan of Fool’s Gold, Fishing Challenges, King of the Castle, or Railroad Baron, these free roam events will dish out 50% bonuses on XP, RDO$ and Gold. Adding to this, all completed Free Roam Event by April 20 will earn players a Coupon for 50% off any Coat with a rank gate below 15.
All those that jump into Red Dead Online this weekend (between April 17-20) can get themselves a Reward for a free Ability Card that can help augment their skills. This reward will arrive in the Benefits section within 48 hours of play.
For a limited time (until April 27), the Wheeler, Rawson & Co. Catalogue will feature the return of select clothing items:
Pelt Half Chaps
Adding to this, there will also be the following discounts in the catalog:
30% off all Shotguns
30% off all Bandoliers
30% Off all Multi Horses (including Role horses)
70% off all Emotes
50% off all Melee weapons
80% off all Ability Cards
Finally, a portion of all proceeds from both Red Dead Online and GTA Online in April and May will go toward relief for those affected by COVID-19 – learn more here.
Last year’s sleeper hit Remnant: From the Ashes will see the Swamps of Corsus DLC on April 28, 2020.
Created by Perfect World Entertainment and Gunfire Games, this DLC will feature an upgraded version of the primordial world of Corsus. Included in this release are four side dungeons, three powerful weapons and mods, new bosses and enemies and other additions.
Also included is the rogue-like “Survival Mode,” which has players starting from nothing and fighting for survival. Along the way, players will acquire unique armor and more than 50 new armor skins.
Learn more with the trailer below:
Remnant: From the Ashes – Swamps of Corsus | Survival Mode Trailer
This DLC will be available for the PC (via Steam) first, and on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One at a later date. You can read our review of the base game here (we scored it favorably).
A new turn-based tactical combat experience set in the XCOM universe, 2K Games and Firaxis announced today that XCOM: Chimera Squad will launch on Steam on April 24, 2020.
Set five years after the events of XCOM 2, XCOM: Chimera Squad takes place within City 31. Though this city is a model of peace amidst its post-invasion world, not everyone on Earth supports the new interspecies alliance. As a member of the elite Chimera Squad, players must utilize both human and alien agents to destroy a number of underground threats.
XCOM’s turn-based legacy makes its return in this title, and will have players utilizing teamwork, strategy, and new breach-and-clear gameplay.
Learn more with the game reveal and gameplay overview trailers below:
Part of the Hunter for Hire quest gives you a choice. This Fallout 76 Wastelanders Kill Or Convince The Gang Leader guide will help you make that choice with a rundown of the events immediately following the choice made during the Hunter for Hire mission.
The Hunter for Hire quest chain is a new quest introduced with the Wastelanders update. In this quest you’re helping the owner of a local establishment clear out some nearby bandits who are harassing her bar in search for some mysterious treasure. After you have played the broadcast tape, you report back to Duchess and then you can speak with Mort about how to proceed. It is at this point your objective changes and gives you a potential future choice.
Fallout 76 Wastelanders Kill Or Convince The Gang Leader
Before you reach this part of the quest there are some optional objectives you can complete. If you head to the farm, go upstairs and speak with Daniel. You learn that he offers them supplies in return for protection. Daniel also tells you of a password to get into the yard, Blue Danube. Then you can head to Tyler County Fair to find the Scrapper.
If You Choose To Kill The Gang Leader
You can either use Daniels information to enter the area peacefully and kill the boss or attack at the gates. There’s a locked door that you can use to enter but it’s easiest to use Daniel’s information from the optional objective to gain entry then just kill the gang leader once you get inside. Once he is killed head back upstairs to the door that is blocked by 2×4’s to leave a message for the gang. When you return to Duchess she gives you 75 Caps, Melon, Corn, Bourbon, Stimpak.
If You Choose To Convince The Gang Leader To Leave Wayward Alone
When you arrive at the Lumber Yard use the Intercom and ask to meet with the boss. If you spoke with Daniel first, he would have told you the password is Blue Danube. Then follow the objective marker to enter the base interior. The head down the stairs and into the tunnel to find the Gang Leader. I then followed this line of dialogue:
I want you to leave The Wayward alone
[Strength+8] Because if you don’t, I will rip you all limb from limb
Roper agrees to leave The Wayward alone. He seems upset but handles it well enough. When you return to The Wayward and speak with Duchess, she will give you a new quest and 75 Caps, Razorgrain, Tarberry, Vodka, 3x Radaway and 2x Stimpak.
It’s very possible these decisions have consequences later in the game but as it’s still brand new, we’re not there yet. If the Kill Or Convince The Gang Leader does bring further consequences down the line, we’ll be sure to update this guide.
The death of arcades has led to the death of SEGA’s classic Crazy Taxi series, but Hernes Hunters Productions is looking to give the genre a second chance with their title Parcel Panic. The core gameplay loop might be the same, but that is the only thing this title got right.
Parcel Panic Review
Taking the role of the only deliveryman in a city, it is up to you to make sure the packages of the area get to their final destination. Riding around in a van that says “Parcel Panic,” players will run over packages and deliver them to the ice cream parlor, the city hospital, the bowling alley, and what is simply known as “off license.” Every package delivered nets additional funds, with the ultimate goal being to make off like a bandit when all is said and done.
Though players are delivering packages instead of passengers, the idea is similar to Crazy Taxi – there’s even a green arrow pointing players to where they need to go. However, the control scheme powering this crazy adventure makes the title borderline unplayable. The loose steering makes the most simple navigation a nearly impossible endeavor – it can be absolutely maddening to navigate an area, simply because turning does not work as it should. Nevermind the fact that there are no drifting or other mechanics to take advantage of – what you see is what you get.
When these dreadful controls are paired with its lousy physics engine, what becomes frustrating quickly turns infuriating. Players can run over select objects like light posts, but traffic will not budge if the player touches it with their car. As a result, the tiniest mistake puts players at a standstill, which ruins the pacing. Select areas have dead-ends, meaning that players must come to a standstill, change gears, and reverse out of there with the poor controls. Those hoping for the fast action of its inspiration will not find it here.
To add insult to injury, players will have to contend with damage. Every time the player bumps into something, the health of the car goes into the red. If players bump into enough hazards, the game is over. This proves to be a Sisyphean task, as the densely packed streets and plain grid format of the city means that there is no clear way to avoid this. This is somewhat alleviated with the slow health regeneration that occurs while delivering a package, but this just isn’t enough.
After each playthrough, players will be able to add their name to a scoreboard. Though players can choose the difficulty and adjust other variables, the single city, single song, and repeat objectives give Parcel Panic limited replayability.
Outside of Parcel Panic is the minigame Parcel Runner. This mode also has players collecting packages, but locks things into a top-down perspective and three lanes of traffic. One could say this mode is better than the core mode, but even then it serves as a brief distraction and nothing more.
Parcel Panic wears its inspiration on its sleeve, but the poor controls, bland aesthetics, and wonky physics prevent it from reaching the heights of the Crazy Taxi series.