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Bobblehead Locations

Vault-Tec Bobbleheads are collectible items in Fallout 4. They’re figurines representing Vault-Boy in different poses and outfits. Each one you collect will increase a SPECIAL stat or upgrade a perk. Collecting 10 of them will unlock the They’re Not Dolls… achievement, while collecting 20 will give you the …They’re Action Figures trophy. This guide will […]

Tattoos and Face Paint

Fallout 4 allows you to put multiple layers of face paint and tattoos on your face. It can be done at any time during the game, but it comes at a cost. There are also magazines which unlock new designs, so you’ll probably rethink your image every once in a while. In this guide, we’re […]

The Harder They Fall Achievement

The Harder They Fall is an achievement in Fallout 4. You can unlock it by killing five giant creatures. They are like mini-bosses: large, tough monsters scattered around the map. This guide will show you where to find giant creatures in Fallout 4, how to defeat them and how to unlock The Harder They Fall […]

How to change your haircut

If you’re not happy with the haircut you chose in Fallout 4, you can change it. Doing so will cost money, and you’ll have to find a hairdresser. If you want more hairstyles, you’ll have to collect issues of a certain perk magazine. This guide will show you how to change haircut in Fallout 4, […]

Piezonucleic Power Armor Location

Piezonucleic Power Armor is a chest piece for a power armor suit in Fallout 4. It provides decent protection, but it also provides faster AP regeneration when you’re irradiated. This guide will show you where to find Piezonucleic Power Armor in Fallout 4, its stats and how it looks. Piezonucleic Chest Armor Location Go to […]

Best Unique & Rare Weapons

Unique / Rare weapons are the strongest, most useful, and generally the best weapons in Fallout 4. They grant the player special bonuses, like making the target stagger more often, or irradiating/poisoning them. You can get them by killing unique enemies (and looting their bodies), or by finishing quests. This guide will show you the […]

How to Kill Settlers

If you commit yourself to building settlements in Fallout 4, people will start flocking to them on their own. Sometimes they will be people you don’t like, and you’ll wish to send them away. Sadly, there’s no way to do this. What you can do, however, is kill them. Normally, this would turn every one […]

Where to find Nuclear Material

Nuclear material is a crafting component in Fallout 4. It’s very rare, and it’s used in making several high-quality, high level mods, like the Jet Pack for the Power Armor. This guide will show you where to find nuclear material, and which junk items you can scarp in order to get it. Nuclear Material Locations […]

How to get Maxson’s Battlecoat

Maxson’s Battlecoat is a unique armor in Fallout 4. It’s a brown fur coat worn by Elder Maxson, the leader of the Brotherhood of Steel. It looks great and offers decent protection with a bonus to Perception. This guide will show you how to get Maxson’s Battlecoat in Fallout 4. How to obtain Maxson’s Battlecoat […]

Vault Locations

Vaults are sealed, underground shelters in Fallout 4. There’s only a few of them apart from Vault 111, which is where the protagonist comes from. You’ll get the chance to explore them during the game, and it’s still unclear what you’ll find. This guide will show you Vault locations in Fallout 4, their histories and […]

Freefall Armor Location Guide

Freefall Armor is a unique item in Fallout 4 that is almost impossible to get from the 28th floor of Mass Fusion building. There are Right and Left leg pieces and when worn, they prevent falling damage. For a bonus that does not seem that important, Bethesda put this piece of armor in a very […]

How to Get Better Vendors in Settlements

Special settlement vendors are merchants you can meet in the Wasteland and send to your settlements in Fallout 4. Every one of them has certain requirements that have to be fulfilled in order to get them to work for you, and each sells far better items than regular Level 3 shopkeepers do. This guide will […]

All 18 Destiny emotes

Tess Everis has returned to The Tower with some new items to sell in a new storefront for Eververse Trading Company. To acquire these items, you’ll need some “Silver” a new in-game currency. It will be available for purchase through the store associated with your console. Tess offers 18 brand new emotes that are completely […]

Destiny Silver prices for Eververse Trading Company

Starting today, Destiny players can buy new in-game currency known as Silver for real money. This new currency can be used for buying new items from Tess Everis in Eververse Trading Company. Just visit Playstatin Store and look for Add-ons, or Xbox Store if you want to buy some Destiny Silver. 500 Silver for $4.99 […]

Sleeper Simulant Exotic Fusion Rifle

The Sleeper Simulant is an exotic fusion rifle in Destiny: The Taken King. The shots it fires pierce enemies and bounce off hard surfaces. To get it, you’ll have to finish a long chain of quests for the Gunsmith. In this guide, we’re going to show you how to obtain Sleeper Simulant. Check out our […]

King’s Fall Secret Room Guide

Several people on Reddit have reported finding a secret room in King’s Fall raid in Destiny: The Taken King. It can be accessed during the second jumping puzzle, after defeating Golgoroth. Sadly, nobody knows what purpose it serves yet. In this guide, we’re going to show you how to enter the King’s Fall secret room. […]

Calcified Fragments Locations

Calcified Fragments are new items in Destiny, which became available with The Taken King expansion. There are 50 well hidden Calcified Fragments scattered through the new missions. After collecting all fragments, players will be rewarded with a special reward, but we still don’t know what it is since no one managed to find them all. […]

Titan Sunbreaker Hammer of Sol Glitch

Titan Sunbreaker is a new subclass in Destiny, and we can say very powerful with this glitch, because it lets you kill any boss much easier. The glitch allows you to throw 30+ Hammers in a row, and you can even move while doing this. It’s great for PvE, but you shouldn’t be using it […]

Latest News

Bethesda has just released the launch trailer for Fallout 4. The new video consists partly of old footage, stuff we’ve seen at convention demoes and presentations, but also new scenes, with never before seen characters and places. Narrated by one of the characters, Ron Pearlman and the female protagonist, the trailer hints at the overarching […]

Several videos of a leaked copy of Fallout 4 have started appearing all over the internet. Youtube and the like are banning them as fast as they can, but the smaller hosters are leaving them up in spite of the circumstances. Heavy spoilers beyond this point. The first two videos cover the starting moments, in […]

In a post on the official blog, Blizzard have announced the start of the Overwatch closed beta. The ending date is unknown at this point, but it will be around the end of the year. They’re going to be sending out invitations to selected participants during the next day. Sadly, the beta is limited to […]

Reviews for Assassin’s Creed Syndicate are in, 10 hours before the game’s launch. The critics’ opinions of the game are mixed, as indicated by its Metacritic score which is currently hovering around 78 points. The highest scores have been given by Gamespot’s Alexa Ray Corriea and Game Informer’s Joe Juba, who have both awarded it […]

Polygon has released a 41-minute video of Just Cause 3 Gameplay on their YouTube channel. The video showcases many of the features of the upcoming game: from its frenetic on-foot and vehicle combat to its downright silly flying mechanic, all set against the colorful scenery of the game’s fictional Mediterranean island. Much of the island’s […]

Ubisoft has decided to reward all players of the upcoming Assassin’s Creed Syndicate with two free outfits, one each for Jacob and Evie. “Our character design team had a lot of fun creating these more fantastical outfits, and we’re happy to share them with everyone completely free”, said Creative Director Marc-Alexis Cote. The two sets […]

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Sullust collectibles are transparent diamond emblems you can find in Star Wars: Battlefront. They can only be obtained in solo and co-op modes – that includes Battle, Survival and Hero Battle. When you find all of them on a map, you’ll receive another star in your mission rating. This guide will show you where to […]

Endor collectibles in Star Wars: Battlefront are floating diamonds that can be found in single-player missions on the forest moon. There’s five of them in Battle, Survival and Hero Battle each, and you’ll be awarded with an additional star in your rating if you collect them all. In this guide, we’re going to show you […]

Hoth collectibles in Star Wars: Battlefront are transparent diamonds. They can be picked up in single-player game modes, and finding them all unlocks another star in the rating. They can be found in the Battle, Survival and Hero Battle modes. This guide will show you all Hoth collectible locations in SW: Battlefront. Note: This guide […]

You might not consider Purified Water to be such an important item in Fallout 4. We’ll try to convince you otherwise with tips and tricks on water purification and production in your settlement. If you are a casual settlement builder in Fallout 4 you might not have considered that some of the things you build […]

The Star Wars: Battlefront beta has started, and problems are popping up all over. Some of them can be solved with simple tweaks, while others are more complicated. In this guide, we’re going to list all the known issues in Star Wars: Battlefront beta, and ways to solve the ones that can be solved. Error […]

Settlement happiness is one of the most important stats your village has in Fallout 4. Happy settlers produce more – when they’re happy, you will be too. When you reach maximum happiness in a large settlement, you’ll unlock the Benevolent Leader achievement. This guide will show you how to increase settlement happiness in Fallout 4, […]

Benevolent Leader is an achievement in Fallout 4. You can earn it by having a large village with a maximum happiness level under your wing. This guide will show you how to reach maximum happiness in a large settlement in Fallout 4 and unlock the Benevolent Leader trophy. How to unlock Benevolent Leader achievement Very […]

When you dismiss your companions in Fallout 4, you can send them to any of your settlements. The trouble with this is that you have no idea where exactly they’ll go once there, and settlements tend to get large and densely populated after a time. This guide will show you how to find companions in […]

Power Armor X-01 is a suit of power armor in Fallout 4. It is the best one in the game, and can only be obtained by high level characters. Its look suggests it originates from the Enclave. In this guide, we’ll show you where to find the X-01 power armor in Fallout 4, its stats […]

Power Armor T-60 is one of the models of power armor in Fallout 4. It has better damage and energy resistance than previous models, so if you’re a user, you’ll want to upgrade as soon as you can. This guide shows you where to find T-60 power armor in Fallout 4, how to get all […]

In Fallout 4 you can equip your companions with all sorts of armor that you come across, and Dogmeat is not left out. Unfortunately, these armor pieces just change appearance of your companion and have only cosmetic purpose. They cannot provide any protection for dogmeat. In this guide we’ll show you how to equip Dogmeat’s […]

Parsons State Insane Asylum is a very interesting location in Fallout 4. It contains two valuable collectibles – Charisma Bobblehead and Massachusetts Surgical Journal. It is also part of a very interesting side quest chain that rewards you with unique weapons Lorenzo’s Artifact Gun or Zeta Gun. In all probability you will also acquire some […]