Author: Jarren Navarrete

The Daily Rubble in Fortnite was the latest landmark added to the game in Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 2. It appeared after one of the blimps in the Daily Bugle crashed resulting in a new landmark just off the coast of the main island. One of the new challenges for completing the Week 5 Resistance quests are to head to the Daily Rubble and recover a data drive. But to do that you first have to know where exactly to find the Daily Rubble and how to recover the data drive. You’ll also have to establish a Device Uplink first…

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Increasing your rank with the Knight’s Guild in Nobody Saves The World involves completing multiple quests. One of the quests required to rank up in the Knight’s Guild is called “Gorilla Warfare” and it’s divided into two parts. The last part requires you to complete the Ultimate Ranger Challenge at the King’s Range as a Ranger. This is one of the most difficult quests in the game. And many players have complained about the unfairness of the Gorilla Warfare 2 quest. In this guide, we’ll show you how to complete the Nobody Saves The World Ranger Challenge and a walkthrough…

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Tower of Fantasy is an open-world RPG that will immediately draw comparisons to another popular game of the same type. However, unlike Genshin Impact which draws upon more fantastical elements, Tower of Fantasy gravitates more towards light sci-fi elements in a futuristic dystopian setting. The anime art style used by Tower of Fantasy and its Gacha-based gameplay clearly take a lot of inspiration from Genshin Impact. In this article, we’ll talk about Tower of Fantasy PS4. Will Tower of Fantasy be on PS4? When is the game coming out? And who are the developers? All the details you need to…

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Are you looking for the best PS5 games you need to play right now? There is a good library of PlayStation 5 games that need to be experienced in your lifetime. PS5 exclusive games such as the Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade and the Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut are just some of the few that make the PlayStation 5 such a beast of a console. You won’t experience those exclusives on any other platform. Even third-party gaming blockbusters like the Elden Ring, Dying Light 2: Stay Human, and Metro Exodus are just some games best experienced on the PS5…

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Believe it or not, I’m actually having a lot of fun with the latest installment of Ghost Recon. From the rich lush tropical environments to the well-designed enemy bases, Breakpoint didn’t fail to be gorgeously jaw-dropping. But it is far from a perfect game in itself. If you’ve been keeping up, Breakpoint, unfortunately, has some serious flaws that players might consider not buying it if it persists. For starters, the infamous online prerequisite if you want to even play the game. Make no mistake, it’s clear that Breakpoint is meant to be a multiplayer experience despite not being an MMO.…

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Gaming can be a costly hobby. Considering that most new games nowadays are $60 a piece, you can quickly find yourself low on funding. Hey, you still have to feed yourself, right? Learning how to save cash is a rare virtue within the gaming community. So here are the top 5 games this September that will help you become bankrupt! #5 Code Vein Players who are familiar with Souls-type games such as Bloodborne or the eponymous Dark Souls might find some interest within Code Vein. You may be tired of hearing the comparison towards Dark Souls for every other game,…

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Life of being a video game developer can be difficult. Coding isn’t easy especially for something complex as an online video game. So, you work your ass off to meet the deadline, you put your hard work out there, and then you have to deal with whatever inevitable drawback you’ll receive from your player base. So how should you react when players are making complaints? Not like this Respawn Entertainment developer, that’s for sure! Were those the times when developers didn’t ask for $200 for cosmetics? When your game gets multiple criticisms in a not-so-polite way, it can be understandable…

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