There are 13 Challenges which are not marked on your in-game map with any markers. Clearing all challenges will result in the follow award.
Some Pokemon can only Evolve if a certain item is used in a specific manner. Sometimes the item must be used at a certain time, certain place, or the Pokemon must hold the item when traded. This area covers all items needed to evolve those specific Pokemon. After evolving a Pokemon with the item, it will be lost forever. These items will be placed in the Items section of your Bag.
The Lunar Exploration special events are unlocked after completing all the National A License Tests. For these special missions, you'll be driving the Gran Turismo LRV (Lunar Roving Vehicle) in zero-gravity while getting from Point A to Point B.
Video games are all grown up. Despite what a few out-of-touch people might insist, games are art. They can tell gritty, emotional stories full of complex characters. They can invent fantastical worlds that just beg to be explored.
Or... they can have the final boss that turns into a scorpion for literally no reason.
These are 19 weird, wild, WTF moments in otherwise normal games.
The new system in Call of Duty: Ghosts has more Perks than ever before. Every Perk has a set point value from one to five with a total cap of eight points. Use your budget to choose any of your Perks. Players are empowered more than ever before, for example, choose four Perks each valued at two points apiece, or even eight Perks, each valued at one unit. Players can even choose to go without their primary weapon, secondary weapon and equipment altogether to open up to 12 points worth of Perks.
Perks can be unlocked two ways. The first is the classic way, which involves leveling up and unlocking them. The second involves purchasing them with Squad Points. This can be costly early on though, as most of the perks cost 6-9 Squad Points.
Perks have been divided into the following types:
The best bit of roguelikes is the dying. Most modern games fear death, toning down the difficulty so the player never has to face the reaper, or respawning them so quickly they barely notice (despite the unique advantages that permadeath can offer). Roguelikes cut through all that. In these games, death works realistically: once you're gone, you're gone. It forces you to savour the virtual life you've been given. Every decision feels that much more important, every game that bit more tense, all because you know that 'game over' really means it.
Modern games like FTL and Spelunky have brought the roguelike to the attention of many more people. If you’re curious about the genre’s heritage, here are six classic roguelikes you can enjoy for free.
GTN has the location of every Call of Duty: Ghosts Collectible Rorke file. One of these laptops is hidden on every one of the eighteen single-player stages. Rorke files can be scanned to unlock Achievements and Trophies
Video games and movies share uncountable strands of DNA. As games continue to creep towards the realm of realism, and with the next generation of consoles well-within sight, the amount of cinematic experiences we'll be controlling within games is only going to increase. Well, we thought it might be a good idea to take a look back at some of our favorite interactive moments in games that embody the very essence of cinema -- scenes that we played, but could've easily watched in a darkened theater. This is not a top 10 list, but rather a quick dip into the pool of cinematic games. Also, keep in mind that these are interactive moments only -- cutscenes were strictly verboten. With that being said, enjoy the following 10 moments, and be sure to let us know what your favorites are in the comments!
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