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How To Equip Items To Companions In Mount & Blade II Bannerlord

How To Equip Items To Companions In Mount & Blade II Bannerlord
Companions can level up and have equipment just like the main character. In this guide on How To Equip Items To Companions In Mount & Blade II Bannerlord we walk you through the process of giving equipment and gear to your Companions as well as how to give them Talent points to help with their progression.

Companions are a fantastic addition to your party in Bannerlord. They are strong units on the battlefield and can even be sent off to complete quests on your behalf. This is a fantastic source of income as you can often get 100s of Denar by sending your Companions on quests without lifting a finger. If you’ve yet to find one, check out our guide on how to recruit Companions.

How To Upgrade Troops In Mount & Blade II Bannerlord

Companions are basically copies of the main character in regards to how they can progress and the gear they can have. You can equip brand new armor, weapons, or talent points to any Companion in your party. This allows you to influence their progression, gear them up for specific tasks, or just create an army of Companion archers that decimate your foes from range.

The process of adding equipment or talent points to your Companion are nearly identical. Open the Character or Inventory tab. This is where you spend talent points and equip gear, respectively. At the top center of the screen you will see your characters name. This represents the currently selected character. There are two arrows, one on either side. Simply press the arrow to cycle through the available Companions. You can then equip items and adjust their Talent Points as required.

How To Equip Items To Companions In Mount & Blade II Bannerlord

Companions can level up and have equipment just like the main character. In this guide on How To Equip Items To Companions In Mount & Blade II Bannerlord we walk you through the process of giving

Mount & Blade II Bannerlord Character Creation Guide

Each Culture offers different family choices. In this Mount & Blade II Bannerlord Character Creation Guide we list all of the different Cultures available as well as the Family options for each

What To Do With Prisoners In Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord

You will often take prisoners after a fight but What To Do With Prisoners In Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord? In this guide we explain how to ransom off and sell prisoners so you can earn yourself some

How To Upgrade Troops In Mount & Blade II Bannerlord

Units earn experience points and can be upgraded. This guide on How To Upgrade Troops In Mount & Blade II Bannerlord explains how you can improve units that are in your party, once they have gained

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How To Upgrade Troops In Mount & Blade II Bannerlord

How To Upgrade Troops In Mount & Blade II Bannerlord
Units earn experience points and can be upgraded. This guide on How To Upgrade Troops In Mount & Blade II Bannerlord explains how you can improve units that are in your party, once they have gained enough experience to reach the appropriate mark to upgrade.

Whenever you recruit troops at towns and villages, not Companions, they arrive as a tiered unit. Typically they are normally Tier 1, the weakest of troops in that particular troop group. For example, Imperial Recruits are Tier 1 units but once they have the required experience points, they can be upgraded to Tier 2. The second Tier for Imperial units can either be Imperial Infantryman or Imperial Archers. Most of the different units in the game follow the same tiered progression path.

How To Upgrade Troops In Mount & Blade II Bannerlord

Each battle your units earn Experience Points. You can see on the Battle Summary screen that sometimes your units will get Upgrades. This doesn’t actually upgrade the unit instantly, it’s a notification to tell you that a unit can be upgraded.

Open the Party screen and select a group of units. You should see an icon showing that they can be upgraded. Expand the troop unit and you will see the icons below, showing what paths are open to that particular troop unit. Simply select the unit and them select the unit upgrade you want to apply. It does cost some cash each time but it’s not very expensive in the earlier levels – and it’s much cheaper to upgrade your own than buy the more expensive versions of the same unit.

How To Upgrade Troops In Mount & Blade II Bannerlord

Units earn experience points and can be upgraded. This guide on How To Upgrade Troops In Mount & Blade II Bannerlord explains how you can improve units that are in your party, once they have gained

Mount & Blade II Bannerlord Culture Guide

What Culture is best to choose at the start of the game? This Mount & Blade II Bannerlord Culture Guide breaks down the different choices of Culture you are able to select for your main characters

Mount & Blade II Bannerlord Character Creation Guide

Each Culture offers different family choices. In this Mount & Blade II Bannerlord Character Creation Guide we list all of the different Cultures available as well as the Family options for each

Where To Recruit Companions In Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord

Companions play a vital role in Bannerlord. This guide on Where To Recruit Companions In Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord will tell you where you can find some Companions as an early quest objective has

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Where To Recruit Companions In Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord

Where To Recruit Companions In Mount & Blade II Bannerlord
Companions play a vital role in Bannerlord. This guide on Where To Recruit Companions In Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord will tell you where you can find some Companions as an early quest objective has you seeking to employ more soldiers, and they are also useful for Caravans.

At most small hamlets and villages you can recruit regular soldiers. These are vital for your party, increasing your troop count lets you attack bigger Hideouts, as well as offering better protection in case of an attack. There is however, a unit more useful than a regular recruited soldier, the Companion.

Where To Recruit Companions In Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord

Where To Find Companions In Mount & Blade II Bannerlord
Before you are able to recruit a Companion you must first find a town large enough to have a Tavern. These are usually the large castle structures on the map. The smaller towns and hamlets do not have a tavern, so make sure you’re looking for a big enough town. Once you arrive at a town with a Tavern District, click to visit the district before clicking to enter the Tavern. Once inside the tavern, hold Left Alt and you will see the names of any important characters in the area.

Speak with any characters of note. These are Companions. They will give you a bit of information on their backstory before the option to recruit them appears. Some of the stories are actually really interesting so be sure not to skip over them too hastily. Once you have gone over the introductions, they will give you a price. They often say they have outstanding debts that must be paid before they can take on any new work. If you have the Denar to recruit them, pay the fee and they will join you as a Companion.

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Resident Evil 3 Review

A year after the gaming world fell in love with the Resident Evil 2 Remake, the Resident Evil 3 Remake is finally here. Does the hype train keep rolling with this release, or does this REmake grind things to a halt? Check out our review and find out.

Resident Evil 3 Review

Resident Evil 3 starts in Raccoon City before the zombie outbreak. You play as former S.T.A.R.S. member Jill Valentine, a survivor of the events of Resident Evil 1. At the start of the game, you get a brief glimpse into how she has been doing since the mansion incident. She is doing just about as well as you’d expect, suffering from sleeping issues and nightmares. Having been kicked off the R.P.D., she plans to leave the city in three days. Unfortunately for her, Umbrella has other plans for the town and its residents.

Before Jill can even grasp that something is going on, a new bio-weapon crashes through her wall to finish her off. After a rather intense escape sequence, you find out two things: this creature is powerful and it is hunting down S.T.A.R.S. members. On the streets, you realize just how bad things have gotten. Zombies are roaming everywhere, and the only option left is to escape. Meeting up with Umbrella mercenary Carlos Oliveira, she agrees to help them get the train working to escape the madness. The game will run you roughly five hours when all is said and done.

Resident Evil 3 Review Screenshot

Players of Resident Evil 2 immediately notice that this is a more action-packed game. There is a dodge button, the knife no longer breaks, and there is a lot more ammo scattered around. Zombies are still durable, taking multiple headshots to bring down, and their legs break less frequently if you target that area. They rarely seem to break through doors in this game; other enemies will, but zombies reset instead of coming through doorways. There are also explosives littered throughout the city and generators you can use to stun enemies. Overall it is easier on its Normal difficulty than it was in Resident Evil 2.

There is a caveat to this, and that is Nemesis. Like Mr. X in Resident Evil 2, Nemesis can attack you almost anywhere, outside of saving rooms. He can quite literally fly to you when you are in the streets, like some sort of nightmarish Spider-Man. He is hyper-aggressive and will beat you down in a couple of hits. Dodging works wonders if you time it right. I was super intimidated by him at first…until I brought him down, and he fell to his knees and stayed down for a bit. He got up, brought him down again, and he was down again. I played on Normal, and that was meant to be the game’s biggest threat and he turned into a pushover.

Resident Evil 3 Honest Game Review

He doesn’t go down that quick when in boss fights, just in regular pursuit during the early parts of the city. His boss fights are much more tank-like, and they give you a ton of extra ammo and heals for this as well. One thing that makes it more difficult overall is the amount of one-hit kills that are present. One wrong step in certain areas, …

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What To Do With Prisoners In Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord

What To Do With Prisoners In Mount & Blade II Bannerlord
You will often take prisoners after a fight but What To Do With Prisoners In Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord? In this guide we explain how to ransom off and sell prisoners so you can earn yourself some extra cash on the side. After all, you don’t want the extra mouths to feed.

Now, assuming you’re taking down bandits, looters and cut-throats, you shouldn’t be too bothered about the fate of those you capture. If, for some other reason, you’re slaughtering innocent farmers, what’s wrong with you? Either way, you’ll be happy to hear, prisoners of any variety are able to be traded for some much needed Denars.

What To Do With Prisoners In Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord

How To Sell Prisoners In Mount & Blade II Bannerlord
You can check how many prisoners you have by highlighting the silhouette icon in the lower right, the Party icon. This tells you how many soldiers are in your party, how many are injured, and right at the bottom, how many prisoners you currently have held captive. Once you have your prisoners, you need to find a large town.

The small farms and hamlets where you typically recruit soldiers and buy grain will not work. It’s needs to be large, a big castle, a huge town, something a bit bigger than the regular farmsteads you see around. All of the larger towns and castles in Bannerlord have a Tavern. This is where you need to be.

When you visit a town select the “Tavern District”. After that, do not visit the tavern. Instead you want to select the option “Ransom your prisoners”. This will sell all of your currently held captives for the Denar amount listed in brackets. So for these ragged looters I captured in the nearby fields, I received 10 Denars. That’s 5 Denars a piece. Not really a lot of money but hopefully more valuable troops will be available later on. If the option to sell prisoners is not at the tavern, you don’t have any captives at that time.

And that’s how to sell prisoners.

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Bramimond Coming to Fire Emblem Heroes


The new Mythic Hero Bramimond: The Enigma will make his way to Intelligent Systems and Nintendo’s mobile title Fire Emblem Heroes.

One of the Eight Legends of Elibe who fought in the Scouring, the illustrations of this character were done by artist Wada Sachiko and he is voiced by Yuri Lowenthal, Patrick Seitz, Wendee Lee, and Ray Chase. Bramimond can utilize the skills Void Tome, Luna, Atk/Def Push 4, Lull Atk/Res 3, and Impenetrable Dark.

Learn more with the trailer below:

Fire Emblem Heroes – Mythic Hero (Bramimond: The Enigma)

This event will go on from March 31 at 12am PT to April 9 at 11:59pm PT.

A mobile spinoff of the Fire Emblem series for iOS and Android devices, Fire Emblem Heroes tasks players with controlling teams of up to four Heroes against enemy forces on an 8×6 grid map. Along the way, players can collect “orbs” that can be used to acquire additional Heroes and other quality-of-life items.

Source: Press Release
Bramimond Coming to Fire Emblem Heroes

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Mary Skelter Finale Announced for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch


The latest entry in Compile Heart’s Mary Skelter series, a teaser trailer for Mary Skelter Finale has been released.

Set to come out for the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch, Mary Skelter Finale is the latest in a series of dungeon crawlers. The title will be set immediately after the events of Mary Skelter 2, with the latest trailer featuring Otsuu and Little Mermaid with a number of characters from the original title.

New to the game are the Blood Maidens Mary the Little Match Girl and Charlotte. For those looking at a hint of things to come, the tagline for the title is “the light binds everything together.”

You can view the teaser trailer below:

The game will come out on August 27, 2020 in Japan – a stateside release has yet to be announced.

Source: YouTube, Siliconera
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Mount & Blade II Bannerlord Culture Guide

Mount & Blade II Bannerlord Culture Guide
What Culture is best to choose at the start of the game? This Mount & Blade II Bannerlord Culture Guide breaks down the different choices of Culture you are able to select for your main characters background. When you first begin a single-player campaign in Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord, you must create your own character. One of the first choices put before you is your characters cultural background.

The information is all available in-game but in case you’re looking up what to do ahead of time, we’ve got a breakdown of each Culture below. Each Culture has a different character background, providing a layer of depth and history to your character.

  • Vlandians – 20% more upgrade XP to troops from battles
  • Sturgians – 20% less speed penalty from snow
  • Empire – 20% construction speed bonus to town projects, wall repairs, and siege engines
  • Aserai – Caravans are 30% cheaper to build, 10% less trade penalty
  • Khuzaits – 10% extra speed bonus for horsemen on campaign map
  • Battanians – Forests give 10% less speed penalty to parties

That is the basic of the Culture system in Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord, however, there is more to see here than a simple improvement at the start. After you select your Culture and customize your characters appearance, a new option becomes available, choosing your Family.

The Family you chose plays a huge role in the early development and progression of your character. It determines your base skills and stats, which can make the start of the game much smoother if you choose skills that suit your personal play style. Each Family option is determined by the Culture you have selected. Furthermore, there are several choices later in character creation focused on your upbringing that are different depending on your Family & Culture choices. There’s a massive variety of options.

If you want more details on that, check out our full Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord character creation guide for details.

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Mount & Blade II Bannerlord Character Creation Guide

Mount & Blade II Bannerlord Character Creation Guide
Each Culture offers different family choices. In this Mount & Blade II Bannerlord Character Creation Guide we list all of the different Cultures available as well as the Family options for each Culture as every individual Culture provides different Family options that offer different character improvements.

Seemingly basic at first, the character creation tools in Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord are actually quite deep, complex, and rewarding. As well as changing and customizing your characters physical attributes, there’s a huge variety of potential builds from the start thanks to the combination of Cultures and Families.

Before committing to building your character it’s a good idea to just select a Culture, any will do. Then, when you are on the Family option, highlight all the stats on the left hand side. Vigor, Control, Endurance, etc. IF you want to specialize in two-handed weapons for example, you want to select choices that enhance that skill in the Vigor tree.

Cultures

Think of Cultures as an overall buff to your campaign. It provides some detailed background for your characters past and goals but more than that, it provides improvements to your army and campaign that you will struggle to find elsewhere. Below is a list of all of the different Culture options available.

  • Vlandians – 20% more upgrade XP to troops from battles
  • Sturgians – 20% less speed penalty from snow
  • Empire – 20% construction speed bonus to town projects, wall repairs, and siege engines
  • Aserai – Caravans are 30% cheaper to build, 10% less trade penalty
  • Khuzaits – 10% extra speed bonus for horsemen on campaign map
  • Battanians – Forests give 10% less speed penalty to parties

Those buffs alone are huge but there’s more to Cultures than these initial improvements. After selecting a Culture and changing your appearance, you will also get to choose a Family. However, the Families available to choose are based on your Culture.

Family

Early Childhood Choices

The options for Early Childhood are identical across all Cultures & Families. The stats given by these options are marked as the lighter green colors with the arrows, the darker green are stats provided by the Family choice

Adolescence, Youth, Young Adult, Story Choices

Now that you have the main backbone of your character, you get to specialize further with choices in additional trees. The choices in Adolescence, Youth, Young Adult and Story are different depending on what Culture you have chosen and what Family you have chosen. For example, Vlandians of Barons Retainers has different options to Vlandians Hunters, both the same Culture but different Families.

Ultimately, there is no right or wrong way to build your character. It’s better to build towards aspects of the game you find appealing, building to your strengths. There’s not much point in specializing in trade if you burn the world to the ground, likewise, you don’t want to focus on military power if you want to make friends with every neighbor. The choice is yours.

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NieR Replicant Remaster Announced


Announced during the NieR 10th Anniversary concert, Square-Enix’s Nier Replicant ver. 1.22474487139 will come out for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC later this year.

Dubbed a “version upgrade,” this release will feature a younger protagonist compared to the release that Western gamers got on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in 2010. The title serves as a prequel to 2017’s NieR:Automata, and will transport players to a dark, apocalyptic world that tells of a brother’s captivating quest to cure his sister of a deadly disease.

Development will be handled by ToyLogic, which previously worked on Happy Wars.

Learn more with the teaser trailer below:

NieR Replicant ver.1.22474487139… | Teaser Trailer

Source: YouTube
NieR Replicant Remaster Announced

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