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Dave Irwin

4 weeks ago

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Doom Eternal guide: top 20 tips for demon slaying, how to kill Marauders

Doom Eternal still is a very, very good shooter, though there are some key differences between this one and the one that came out in 2016. If you're still getting to grips with the game, I've listed my top tips for shooting all the demons and some stuff on exploring levels.

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Doom Eternal weapons: how to master all the gun types

Early on in Doom Eternal, you'll pick up your first weapon mod. These are secondary fire effects and there are a maximum of two per weapon. You can swap them on the fly if you've unlocked both of them, so they can make a standard shotgun either throw sticky bombs or turn into a fully automatic shotgun. But there is a way to make them…

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Fallout 76 weapons: where to find the bow in Wastelanders

Fallout 76 has more stuff trying to kill you than ever before. It's not just the local mutated fauna as other players are likely to shoot first. You'll need good weapons to defend yourself: melee weapons, ranged weapons, maybe an explosive or two. Perhaps the only way to get an enemy off your back for good is to make them eat a Fat Man nuke.

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Fallout 76 CAMP: plan locations and storing junk

Building your own base in Fallout 76 requires you to use your "C.A.M.P." or the "Construction and Assembly Mobile Platform" (henceforth abbreviated to CAMP). As long as your CAMP is on a flat surface and not near any established buildings, you can build anything you have a recipe for. Workbenches are used to make and repair items, while boxes can be crafted to store all…

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Fallout 76 armor guide: best armor, how outfits work

Armor in Fallout 76 can be made and repaired using scrap. With irradiated creatures and other players trying to kill you around every corner, you'll want some protection from damage. Luckily there are also plenty of unattended items lying around that are yours for the taking. It's worth grabbing a ton of scrap to repair armour.

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Fallout 76 Power Armor locations: where to find Power Armor

Power Armor, which is heavy plated apparel that makes you look like a space marine, can be found lying around in specific locations in Fallout 76. While most Power Armor has a standardised design there are some unique designs out there. So if you want to swagger into battle with Nuka Cola branded Power Armor, this is the place to learn where to find it.

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XCOM Chimera Squad field team: how to unlock abilities to reduce unrest and anarchy

XCOM Chimera Squad takes place in City 31, a colony that is always at risk of becoming unsettled. Enemy factions are stirring up unrest in each of the districts and it's up to you to keep the peace. You can recruit field teams to assist with this, as field team abilities can be used to reduce anarchy or freeze unrest from building up in a…

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XCOM Chimera Squad weapons: how to craft in the assembly

One way to upgrade your agents in XCOM Chimera Squad is via the assembly. Here you can invest time and resources into improving their equipment, improving field team ranks, and tons more. It can be daunting to know what to start off with first, so we've prepared a table with all the available research.

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XCOM Chimera Squad console commands: how to enter cheats

I warn you now that these XCOM Chimera Squad cheats will likely ruin the game for you, whether it is the challenge of running your own team with limited resources, or even the challenge of each and every mission being nullified because your agents are all invisible gods. Enter at your own risk.

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Fallout 76 gold bullion: how to make a fortune

After completing Fallout 76's Wastelanders quests, you'll be able to begin trading caps for gold bullion. This is so you can nab some plans and recipes to make a lot more useful things: weapon parts, armor parts; you name it, you can make it as long as you have the gold bullion to trade for the privilege.

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Fallout 76 factions: everything about Raiders and Settlers

In Fallout 76's Wasterlanders update, we finally got to see actual living people return to the region. Most are just regular guys and gals trying to make a living, but there are some that have banded together into factions: raiders and settlers. We'll go over everything we know about both of them here.

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Fallout 76 CAMP: how to make buildings, drill spot locations

Appalachia is still a lovely place to pitch up a tent, but after the bombs fell in Fallout 76, it's not at its best. Still, you have to make do and rebuild where possible. Your handy tool for all your building needs is the "C.A.M.P." or the "Construction and Assembly Mobile Platform" (henceforth abbreviated to CAMP).This allows you to make your base of operations, as…

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Fallout 76 perk cards: all the perks, how to upgrade them

One of the more drastic changes in Fallout 76 is in it's revamp of how perks work. Instead of choosing one permanent skill at every level, you get perk cards that can be equipped at any time, upgraded to increase their effectiveness, and even shared with your buddies at any point provided you have the Charisma. There are a ton of these in the game,…

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