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Guild Wars 2 PvP Details -- Fighting For Glory Within Conquest's Structured PvP Mode

We've put together this Guild Wars 2 crafting guide to introduce you to the crating system in ArenaNet's massively multiplayer role-playing game. While the list for every craftable item is as expansive and vast as the lands of Tyria, this guide gives you an introduction to crafting in Guild Wars 2.

No matter what profession you are and no matter what race you play, you can craft in Guild Wars 2. You can have two crafting disciplines active at a given time, which are activated by speaking to the associated trainer. Trainers are scattered all about Tyria, but the easiest and most obvious place to look is going to be the major cities.

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Guild Wars 2 Guardian Profession Guide -- The Hero We Need

We've put together this Guild Wars 2 Guardian guide to get you up to speed on the holy Profession of the defender in ArenaNet's massively multiplayer role playing game. This handy guide gives you all the most important info about the Guardian from Guild Wars 2 at a glance.

You Should Play A Guardian If: The Guardian is the Paladin archetype for Guild Wars 2. Although, they can be self-sufficient fighters and deal out plenty of damage while soaking up plenty themselves thanks to their heavy armor. With their passive buffs and substantial number of hit points, they have good survivability, making them a nice choice for anyone new to Guild Wars 2. If you like to be the hero of a group, supporting your allies in the thick of battle (whether that's PvE or PvP), the Guardian can't be beat.

Read on for the rest of our in-depth Guild Wars 2 Guardian guide.

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Guild Wars 2 Necromancer Profession Guide -- Build An Army Of The Dead

We've put together this Guild Wars 2 Necromancer guide to get you up to speed on the wicked Profession of death in ArenaNet's massively multiplayer role playing game. This handy guide gives you all the most important info about the Necromancer from Guild Wars 2 at a glance.

You Should Play A Necromancer If: The Necromancer is your go-to class for summoning terrifying abominations, eldritch horrors, and the obtainment of mastery over life and death. Necromancers in Guild Wars 2 don't quite fit the tropes we've gotten accustomed to, as they actually make pretty good melee fighters and have good survivability thanks to Death Shroud. If you like to solo PvE, the Necromancer is a fantastic choice.

Read on for the rest of our in-depth Guild Wars 2 Necromancer guide.

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Guild Wars 2 Beginner Tips -- Welcome To Tyria

Guild Wars 2 is a sequel, and the inevitable question that comes with any sequel is, “Do I have to play the first game to understand this one?” In the case of Guild Wars 2's story, the answer is no. But if you want a Guild Wars history refresher or want to know just what kind of world you're getting into with Guild Wars 2, we've developed this handy guide of who's who, what's what, and where's where in Tyria.

Guild Wars 2 takes place 250 years after the events of the first Guild Wars, and as such there is very little story-wise that connects the two. The Elder Dragons have awoken since the time of the first Guild Wars, and now hold all of Tyria in their terrible grip. These dragons are not mere beasts, either. They are unstoppable forces that embody chaos and defy understanding, much like the Old Ones and Outer Gods of H.P. Lovecraft.

The enemy of my enemy if my friend is a lesson hard-learned by the races of Tyria, and now the majro races stand united against the larger threat. The feline warmonger Charr may have been your first enemy back in the beginning of Guild Wars, but now they're a playable race. Speaking of, let's take a look at all the races of Guild Wars 2. Since any race can be any profession without any bonus or penalty, you're encouraged to pick the race that seems most interesting.

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Guild Wars 2 Engineer Profession Guide -- Tinker With Power

We've put together this Guild Wars 2 Engineer profession guide to get you up to speed on the most mechanically inclined class coming to ArenaNet's massively multiplayer role playing game. This handy guide gives you all the most important info about the Engineer from Guild Wars 2 at a glance.

You Should Play An Engineer If: If you want to play a tinkerer and long-range damage dealer, the Engineer is your profession. Engineers wear medium armor so they're hardier than other professions, and the random properties of their elixirs make for an interesting time in combat. Plus, Engineers are the ones who get flamethrowers and turrets! Pew pew!

Read on for the rest of our in-depth Guild Wars 2 Engineer guide.

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Guild Wars 2 Hands-On Preview

With our complete Guild Wars 2 beginner's guide, you'll be equipped with everything you need to know to get a head start in the world of Tyria. While things will certainly feel familiar to MMO veterans, especially if you played the first Guild Wars, there's quite a bit of different nuances to Guild Wars 2 you may not be familiar with. Be sure to read through our whole list to make sure you know how to get the most out of Guild Wars 2.

Be whatever you want to be.

There are no racial bonuses or penalties in Guild Wars 2. Likewise, every race can play as every profession, or class. If you want to be a giant, musclebound, horned cat who wears pretty dresses and casts illusion spells, go ahead. If you want to be a plant person who summons the undead, you can do that. There are no limits or incentives beyond you doing what you want, and what you think looks fun.

This applies to professions too. Every profession can heal itself, and every profession can reliably deal damage, so the roles of tank, healer, and DPS no longer apply. Don't think in terms of what role you want to fill, think of how you want to play. If you want to shoot at things with a bow, choose the Ranger class. If you want to be sneaky, be a Thief. I personally like handling business up close and personal, so most of my characters are melee-oriented, as opposed to the distanced spellcasting of Elementalists or summoning of Necromancers.

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Darksiders 2 Side Quest Guide -- Locating The Wandering Stone And The Hellguard In Light Of The Fallen

Darksiders 2 is about a bajillion times larger than its predecessor, and that's a good thing. But that also means side quests. And while every side quest is a reward in its own right, some can be downright tedious or difficult. That's why we've come up with this handy Darksiders 2 side quest guide, to point you in the right direction. Today we're going to find the locations of Oran's limbs for the quest “Wandering Stone,” as well as all trapped angel locations for Uriel's side quest “Light of the Fallen.”

First, we'll help out the golem known as Oran. You can help out this half-broken construct after clearing the Drenchfort and obtaining the Maker's Key. Head to The Fjord, and jump into the harbor. Swim straight forward, past two rising slopes and an overhead rock formation, to the shore where you can see Oran's crumbling body. Activate him with the Maker's Key, and he'll ask you to find his missing limbs so he can be whole again.

There are four, and thankfully, they're all in The Forge Lands! No traveling to other realms here.

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Darksiders 2

Darksiders 2 is about a bajillion times larger than its predecessor, and that's a good thing. But that also means side quests. And while every side quest is a reward in its own right, some can be downright tedious or difficult. That's why we've come up with this handy Darksiders 2 side quest guide, to point you in the right direction. Today we're going to conquer the Soul Arbiter's Maze! If you learn how to complete the Soul Arbiter's Maze, you'll kill two birds with one stone, because doing so completes the Chancellor's side quest, “The Chancellor's Quarry.”

Normally, the Soul Arbiter's Maze can only be solved by collecting all of the Soul Arbiter's Scrolls. Death would normally use these to give him directions for each of the Maze's levels, as the place is essentially a gauntlet of rooms full of enemies. If you'd rather just skip to the good part and cheat, Darksiders 2 will let you. We've got all the info you need on how to navigate the Soul Arbiter's Maze, as well as locations for all hidden items in the Maze.

Read on to find out how to beat the Soul Arbiter at his own game!

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Darksiders 2 Includes New Game+, Arena-Based Crucible Mode

Darksiders 2 is about a bajillion times larger than its predecessor, and that's a good thing. But that also means side quests. And while every side quest is a reward in its own right, some can be downright tedious or difficult. That's why we've come up with this handy Darksiders 2 side quest guide, to point you in the right direction. Today we're going to find the locations for all 70 stonebits to complete the side quest “Sticks and Stones.”

To get this quest, travel through the Forge Lands. Near the Fjord is a sleepy construct named Blackroot, covered in moss and leaves. Blackroot has been stuck waiting for his master for some time, and asks Death to find the stones he needs to eat to survive. You may have noticed these stones already, but it's only after picking up this side quest you can begin to collect them by shooting them with your revolver, Redemption.

There are three different kinds of stones: Stones of Mystics, Stones of Power, and Stones of Resistance. There are 34 Stones of Mystics, which are blue; 25 Stones of Power, which are red; and 10 Stones of Resistance, which are yellow. All the stones give off a low humming sound, which should help you narrow down if you're in the right place. Here are all stonebite locations for every realm in Darksiders 2.

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Darksiders 2

Darksiders 2 is about a bajillion times larger than its predecessor, and that's a good thing. But that also means side quests. And while every side quest is a reward in its own right, some can be downright tedious or difficult. That's why we've come up with this handy Darksiders 2 side quest guide, to point you in the right direction. Today we're looking at the four hidden bosses in Darksiders 2 which are unlocked after completing “The Maker Warrior.”

In the Forge Lands stands a big and broad-shouldered warrior named Thane. Talk to him, and he'll challenge you to a duel. Win, and you'll open the four side quests associated with each of Darksiders 2's hidden bosses. Each of these bosses drops unique loot, and it can be darn helpful! Read on to find out the locations of all Darksiders 2 hidden bosses and how to beat them!

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Darksiders 2

Darksiders 2 is about a bajillion times larger than its predecessor, and that's a good thing. But that also means side quests. And while every Darksiders 2 side quest is a reward in its own right, some can be downright tedious or difficult. That's why we've come up with this handy Darksiders 2 side quest guide, to point you in the right direction. Today we'll be giving you the locations of all 40 Book of the Dead Pages for Vulgrim's side quest, “The Book of the Dead.”

Vulgrim is searching for the pages you see, and every 10 collected and returned to the lich merchant will reward Death with access to a Death Tomb. There are four Death Tombs in total in Darksiders 2, each one containing unique loot and plenty of treasure. Want to know where all 40 pages are in Darksiders 2? Keep reading!

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Darksiders 2

Darksiders 2 is a sequel to what is often called the best M-rated Legend of Zelda ever, Darksiders. As Death, one of the Horsemen of the Apocalypse, you'll ride and slaughter your way through dimensions full of monsters, angels, demons, and legends. Your scythes and trusty steed Despair will be with you through this journey, as you seek to clear your brother's – War's – name from the false accusation he has been dealt.

But in case you never picked up the original Darksiders – sidenote: Why haven't you? – or aren't sure what all the fuss is about, here's everything you need to know about the original Darksiders and everything about the Darksiders universe before you saddle up and play Darksiders 2.

News: Darksiders 2 Includes New Game+, Arena-Based Crucible Mode

'Darksiders: Wrath of War' Impressions

In The Beginning… There Was WAR!

First, you may be wondering about that little Legend of Zelda joke up there. In terms of gameplay, Darksiders took a lot of criticism for being unoriginal, borrowing heavily from other, bigger-name games. The lich you meet early in the game, Vulgrim, looks practically copied from Blizzard's Warcraft liches, and the weapons War acquires can be compared in functionality to Zelda's hookshot, bombs, and boomerangs. Though there is a portal gun near the end. No joke, it even shoots orange and blue.

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Blizzards Reveals New Diablo III Details

Learn how to truely take advantage of the blacksmith and jewelcrafter in Diablo 3 when you check out our guide on crafting. If you find the grind a little grinding or just want the finest loot right now, it's time that you turned to your favorite artisans and start putting them to work for you. Stop trying to wait for that special drop. Become a patron of the arts and reap the rewards of some of the best weapons in the game.

First thing's first: To say you'll be crafting items in Diablo 3 is a bit of a fallacy. Instead, you as the Hero will return Magic, Rare, or Legendary gear that you want stripped down to its components to one of two Artisans. You'll meet one of these Artisans, Haedrig the Blacksmith in Act I. The other Artisan, Covetous Shen the Jeweler, will be met in Act II.

Apparently only Shen wears his personality type on his sleeve, while Haedrig remains a mystery -a sexy, bearded mystery.

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Diablo 3 Will Have A Beta

Diablo, The Lord of Terror, is risen from the depths of the Burning Hells to end the world of man and it's up to you to stop him. But you needn't feel alone. We at G4 are here to guide you through the Diablo 3 boss fight against the Prime Evil himself, Diablo. Want to know how to kill Diablo in Diablo 3? We'll give you all the necessary tips and tricks to survive the Diablo battle.

First of all, congratulations on making it this far! You've climbed the steps of the tallest tower in all of existence to reach the Crystal Arch, where Angels are born. This very special place is what remains of the creator Anu, whos body forms the High Heavens. This also makes it a strategic target for the Lord of Terror, and should you fail, its destruction will spell the doom of all things. No pressure.

In other words: Good luck!

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Diablo 3 Preview - New Traits System, Revamped Runes, Skill Shuffle, and the Talisman!

We've put together this Diablo 3 Monk guide to get you up to speed on the hardest hitting devout class in Blizzard's action role playing game. This handy guide gives you all the most important info on the Monk from Diablo 3 at a glance.

You Should Play A Monk If: If you love being in the heat of battle and dealing a ton of damage very fast while also having the versatility to help out your party members, then the Monk would be the perfect fit for you. Monks are a melee class that move fast and deal extreme damage faster. With palm strikes, crescent kicks, and high maneuverability, the Monk is for those who want to do damage and then get out of the fight as fast as possible, as they can't sustain as much damage as they can dish out.

Background: Monks are brand new to the Diablo universe but they seem like a crossover of Diablo 2's Assassin, Paladin, and Barbarian classes. Yes I know there were Monks in the Diablo Hellfire expansion, but Blizzard has said that the Diablo 3 Monk has no relation to the original one in the first expansion, so this is a brand new class. These sacred warriors can channel the divine power of the Sahptev faith and use healing waves, mantras of protection, and attacks empowered with holy might. Through their training, Monks learn "skills that allow them to master both unarmed combat and a diverse array of weapons."

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