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Fallout 76 Magazines: locations, what the magazines do

Fallout 76's magazines work in the same way that Bobbleheads do, but only in this game. Instead of being permanent upgrade, Magazines are now consumable temporary buffs that provide traits such as weapon specific boost or damage increased against certain enemies. Since they work slightly differently this time, there are more places that you can find them, this guide will have more on their locations,…

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Fallout 76 Bobbleheads: locations, are they permanent

Fallout 76's Bobbleheads don't work the same as they once did, which has irked some people. They're now temporary buffs as opposed to permanent upgrades, though they still increase your S.P.E.C.I.A.L. stats, or affect weapons used. Since they're more plentiful, there's a huge number of places where you can find them just lying around, so this guide will have more on their locations, exactly how…

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Rainbow Six Siege Nomad: what she can do and how to use her

Nomad introduces tactic that's not widely used into Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege - using proximity grenades to flush out enemies, either by running out of range or knocking them back. When used in tandem with breaching focused allies, it can make those allies deep in cover emerge briefly enough for you to quickly take them out. This guide will go over how to use…

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Rainbow Six Siege Kaid: what he can do and how to use him

Representing the north African nation of Morocco, Kaid is the defensive operative introduced during the final DLC of Season 3 for Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege. With an interesting assortment of weapons, as well as a couple of electrified claws, he is a force to be reckoned with. Our guide will detail how best to use it, as well as explain some of his counters.

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The Division 2 release date, beta dates, trailers, editions, pre-order

Tom Clancy's The Division 2 showing at E3 2018 was uncommonly detailed. We saw more of the game's Washington, DC setting, we were given details of the new high-level classes, and introduced to the brand new raids. Below you'll find everything you need to know about the game, from the beta dates and times, to the release date, trailers, and details about each of the…

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Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice release date, trailers, collector’s edition

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is the next chapter since FromSoftware officially closed the doors on the Dark Souls series. Set in to feudal Japan, after years of not making another Tenchu game. It's different from anything FromSoftware have developed since Demon's Souls. So here's everything we know so far on Sekiro, from trailers and pre-order information, and snippets from what others have seen behind closed doors.

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Anthem beta dates, release date, trailers, editions, pre-order bonuses

Anthem has been shown to a select view people that signed up to the recent closed alpha, and EA have outlined some details regarding the open beta next year. Below you will find all the information about the beta, as well as details on the game's release date, the trailers that have been released so far, and everything about the special edition. Let's dive right…

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The Outer Worlds: release date, trailers, gameplay, everything we know so far

One of the more intriguing announcements at The Game Awards last Thursday was that of The Outer Worlds, Obsidian Entertainment's next big singleplayer RPG, and their first non-isometric title since the ever-adored Fallout: New Vegas back in 2010. Now jostling with Bioware's Anthem for the totally-official title of Most Anticipated Mass-Effect-Like, Obsidian expanded on their initial reveal with a 15-minute gameplay video uploaded over at…

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Doom Eternal trailers, release date, details

Doom Eternal looks to be a bit more of the same that 2016's Doom started, which is by no means a bad thing. This guide will act as a hub for everything that we know so far about the game, including a place for the trailer that shows off the bulk of the game, as well as what we know about the game's release window.

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Far Cry: New Dawn release date, trailers, editions, preorder details

Post-apocalypse seems to be the in thing right now and it seems Ubisoft wants in on this particular trend of neon-punk dystopian first-person shooters, as Far Cry: New Dawn splashes Hope County with shades of fuchsia and lime. We'll go over everything we know in this little summary guide, from the release date, to the trailers and the editions of the game that are available.

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Artifact best decks: the decks to build for competitive play

Artifact is at its best when you have decks that are part of a cohesive engine. Some decks excel at generating big creatures to smash through the enemy defences. Others rely on building stashes of gold to purchase powerful items. With the game now out for talented deck builders to compile the optimal decks possible, we'd thought we'd showcase some of the best decks you…

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Artifact guide: tips for playing Artifact, game modes explained, booster packs

Artifact is Valve's contender to the Tradeable Digital Card Game genre throne, currently dominated by Hearthstone. It takes inspiration from DOTA 2, and other MOBAs, with its three lane system and is a highly complicated game at first glance. However, now that Artifact has been out for a short time, there's a fair few decks cropping up that are worth looking at if you wish to…

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Artifact best heroes: top heroes in each colour, and how to use them

I mean, that header image says it all, doesn't it? But seriously. After you've completed Artifact's tutorials and opened a smattering of card packs, it's doubtless the first thing you'll be asking yourself, your friend, the inter-webs: Who's the best hero? Or maybe, who's the best red hero, or black hero? Who would you say is better for this deck, or that deck? Not at…

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Artifact Pathing: understanding unit targeting, Pathing Resets, Swap, and more

Artifact has such a vast lattice of rules and mechanics permeating its CCG/MOBA chimeran mass, it takes a fair amount of time before your mind turns to some of the subtler phenomena present within each match, and you start to wonder: “Wait… So how does that work again?” Prime among these confusing minor-but-actually-major mechanics is Artifact Pathing, which is the game’s term for what a…

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Artifact mechanics: useful facts, advanced tips

As with any CCG, Artifact is absolutely swimming with strange quirks and interesting effects which are not immediately obvious to newer players. The tutorial Valve has implemented, while great at explaining the absolute core systems of a match, is not nearly comprehensive enough to cover all of these intricacies. And nor should it, because it would overload you with information that you don't care about…

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Assassin’s Creed Odyssey guide: which gameplay mode to choose, exploring Ancient Greece

Ubisoft's latest odyssey into the Assassin's Creed series has gone into the realm of Ancient Greece. Set during the conflict between Athens and Sparta, Assassin's Creed Odyssey is colossal in scope, with some new features being introduced, and the return of the sailing that was revered so much in Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag. This is a rather massive game, so our guide hub will go…

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Fallout 76 CAMP: buildings you should make, taking over workshops,

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,…

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Rainbow Six Siege operators: who to pick, which abilities are best

Operation Wind Bastion marks the end of the third year of updates for Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege, which now has a whopping 44 operators in its roster. With vastly weapon load outs, gadgets they can bring along for the fight, and the unique abilities they offer - it's easy to see why Rainbow Six Siege has endured for as long as it has. As each one…

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Rainbow Six Siege guide: tips and tricks to win matches

With over three years worth of additions and balance changes since its launch, Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege could be quite the daunting game to get into for new and returning players. So to get you up to speed, this guide has been prepared with sections dedicated to ensuring you're playing optimally and know some of the more basic tactics that can be utilised going…

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Rainbow Six Siege Fortress map: how to defend, how to attack, tips and tricks

With the final update of Season 3 of Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege, Operation Wind Bastion brings along the Fortress map. Set in a beautiful desert palace on a mountaintop, the map features multiple tiers, each one with delicate treasures and places to lounge around in, or even an infirmary with plenty of monitors surrounding it. It's very easy to get lost in Fortress, so this…

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