Destiny’s end-game grind has begun and chances are if you’ve hit the level cap, you’ll be looking to get your hands on some sweet new gear that will push your Light level way beyond 20. Here are some of the best ways to maximise your chances of getting something shiny and special. Bear in mind, though, that Legendary Engrams don’t always contain Legendary items – more often than not, they hold high-end Rares, special currency or upgrade materials, and even when a purple item does pop, it may not be suitable for your current class. Good luck!
Intense dogfights between X-Wings and TIE fighters screaming past one another amidst an all-out offensive against Endor or in the timeless whirls of space as a looming Star Destroyer advances forward.
It’s this experience that people have been trying to recreate ever since the original Star Wars trilogy came out – in the arcades, on the PC and even in the playground.
Fantasy Flight have brought this experience to tabletops in the past with their beloved X-Wing miniatures game, but now they’ve come out with Star Wars: Armada; a game on a much grander scale.
It’s been a long time since an Assassin’s Creed city felt like a playground. Not since the early days of Ezio have we felt that joy of clambering over rooftops and discovering items, missions and side-quests that distracted us from our objectives. But we challenge you to travel through Victorian London without finding something to distract you from reaching that next memory sequence.
It’s got to a point now, no doubt, that you just want to get on in Destiny. Maybe you want to reach the right level for raids, or are sick of being stuck at level 20?
We knew that Pokémon Go would be a hit – it wasn’t too hard to predict, really – but little did we know that it would catapult the series back to the popularity it enjoyed in the late Nineties, when seemingly every child in the land was swapping Pokémon cards.
When November comes round and you fire up, for the first time, yet another entry in Activision’s behemoth franchise, how can you not let out a sigh? “Call Of Duty”, nowadays, feels almost like a jab at the customer. These are games we play out of obligation, a sense of inevitability. You might not want to, or really care, but if you’re interested at all in gaming, it feels like it’s your duty to play COD.
One of the earliest secrets uncovered in Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare is the existence of a zombie character you can play as in multiplayer.
Sometimes, you know what you’re getting. If you buy a Resident Evil or Silent Hill game, you expect horror. However, some games appear to be safe, family fun – but they’re hiding a nasty moment of unexpected creepiness. Here are six of our favourites…
Pokemon and are here at last, offering the exciting opportunity to round up all of the legendary Pokemon from the entire series between these games and X/Y. Most aren’t available until after you’ve beaten the Elite Four and become Pokemon League champion, so make that a priority and then get to seeking out all of these awesome monsters. Version exclusives are tagged in the relevant colours (you’ll need to trade for ones not present in your version), while many Legendaries must be traded or transfered across from older games as they are not native to the Hoenn region. Here’s what you can find in ORAS, and what you can’t…
In many ways, Metal Gear Online is one of the most enjoyable online experiences of the year. Sure, it’s fraught with connection issues, balancing problems and lack of server population; but its back-to-basics approach to multiplayer is refreshing. With three game modes, three character classes and a handful of maps, MGO takes the great gunplay and stealth mechanics from The Phantom Pain into the realms of tight 8v8 arenas.