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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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Transformers Fall of Cybertron

Fall of Cybertron was just released and it has one of the best implementation of Horde Mode out there in Escalation. In order to help you clear all 15 waves on each map, I dove head first into it to find a few tricks to help you out. There's More Than Meets the Eye to this game mode.

The very first thing you're going to want is a full team of four people. Unlike other Horde Mode variants in other games, you really can't solo a full 15 waves in Fall of Cybertron, even on Easy. Each map has four unique transformers, each one designed to fill a particular role in combat.

In order to beat all 15 waves, each person should use their abilities properly. Keep your medics protected, have your ammo supplier in a central location, and use your sentry and tank to help absorb damage. Escalation is really built around teamwork, like most Horde Modes are, and lone wolves are really going to have a tough time making it work.

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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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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Spec Op Map Guide -- Taking On Vertigo

Just like most of the previous Modern Warfare 3 Elite Content drops, the July update adds a new Spec Ops mission. Vertigo takes place on the Oasis hotel, which if you've played through the campaign, you'll recognize it from the end of the game.

For this mission, you're tasked with shooting down helicopters, parachuting off of the tower, then running across a bridge. Sounds simple and straightforward, and it ultimately is, but your difficulty level can make it a little more complicated. And as with the other Elite Spec Ops, there are a few achievements tied to this one. I'll offer up some advice for you, so you too can take care of business.

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The Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Content Season rolls along today with the latest Elite content drop. Elite Premium subscribers can download the July content drop right now, which contains two new multiplayer maps as well as a new Spec Ops mission. They can also pick up the new free-for-everybody map, Terminal, a day early.

To help you get a leg up on the competition, I've run through the maps and am here to pass on my tips and tricks to you. Just don't use them against me online, okay?

Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Terminal Map Release Date

Terminal

There's a reason this map is free for everyone - it's a classic, fan favorite MW2 map. The map itself hasn't changed one bit really, just a few cosmetic changes to bring it up to the MW3 style. All the old sight lines are there, along with the same chokepoints as well. Look out for people in the plane, both the nose and tail. On top of the control tower still is a prime spot for people to look out over, but you don't have any vertical cover.

Burger Town remains camp-able, but is easier to shoot through certain portions of the wall now. Ultimately, keep on the move on this map to avoid being spawn trapped. You'll be able to get behind campers pretty easily, especially using a solid Assassin class.

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Modern Warfare 3 Content Arrives For Call Of Duty Elite Subscribers

This summer, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 added a new way to play online for smaller groups and individuals: Face-Off. This new mode adds in three different ways to play: 1V1, 2V2, or 3V3. You're not limited to simply Team Deathmatch in these lobbies either; Kill Confirmed is built into the playlist online, Search and Destroy was tested in it, and Domination will appear sometime in the future.

To compensate for the smaller play numbers, Infinity Ward has released a total of seven maps specific to this game mode, however, all seven are currently only available on the Xbox 360 Elite members; PS3 players have four maps, and PC players only have the two free maps.

These new maps may be a little bit smaller than the normal maps, but there's still plenty going on in them to allow for a number of different playstyles. I'll be sure to point out a few of the important parts throughout the course of this guide.

Basics:

Face-Off strips Call of Duty down to the bare essentials. It's just you and a teammate or two versus the enemy. Killstreaks are still in play, but with a smaller source of kills, getting the higher streaks becomes unlikely. Build your classes around short fights; it's likely you will die relatively quick. Snipers and LMG's aren't as super effective as the Assault Rifles and Sub Machine Guns will be in these situations.

Assassin is a key perk for the second slot to protect you from UAV's and Counter UAV's. Build your streaks around quickness and keep them short. UAV, Counter, Care Package, and Sentry will be your best bets in the perk department.

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Skyrim: Dawnguard

We’ve taken you through the new lands of Dawnguard as well as shown you the best weapons to find in the new Skyrim DLC along with some of the new enemies looking to take you down. You can side with the once great warriors to take on the evil that’s taken root upon the land or become the monster that men fear by blotting out the sun. This is your game after all. How you want to take on the world of Skyrim is entirely up to you.

Below are the collective guides for the new Dawnguard DLC as well as some of the other collective works of Skyrim knowledge. When you have a whole world breathing down your neck, you might as well cheat to survive.

FAQ: Everything You Need To Know – Before you head out into the new lands of Dawnguard, make sure that you check out this guide to everything you need to know.

Werewolf Perk Guide – Things can get a little hairy when the werewolf receives a new perk tree. Don’t worry about it. We have you covered in this guide.

Weapons and Armor Guide – With new DLC comes new loot for you to steal or craft on your own. Want a shield that can toss a giant? Find that here.

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Skyrim: Dawnguard

Besides adding a ton of new weapons, items, quests, and shouts; Dawnguard adds in a whole new slew of people, places, and creatures to Skyrim. With so many new places to get lost in and names to remember, you would practically need a guide just to keep it all together.

We thought we'd give you all a little primer before you go exploring.

New People:

Durak the Orc -- When you first encounter the Dawnguard, Durak will seek you out, a skirmish will break out with new Vampires, and he'll tell you about the vampire hunters. Ask him about them, and he'll point you in the direction of Fort Dawnguard.

Galathil -- You can find her in the Ragged Flagon in the Ratway beneath Riften. Give her 1000 gold, and you can re-edit your character's appearance.

Lord Harkon -- The Leader of the Volkihar Vampires and your ultimate target as a member of the Dawnguard.

Serana -- This lovely lass just happens to be Vampire Lord Harkon's Daughter. You discover she's been locked away for a very, very long time in the quest Awakening.

Isran -- The leader of the Dawnguard in Skyrim. You'll be talking with him quite a bit as a member of the group.

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Capcom's Resident Evil 6 demo is available now for those who purchase the Xbox 360 version of Dragon's Dogma. If you don't have access to the demo, don't worry, we have the full Resident Evil 6 Chris Redfield and Pierce Nivans gameplay walkthrough video below just in case.

In this walkthrough, you can either play as Chris or Pierce in the Chinese city of Lanshiang where your objective is to arrive at the Ace of Spades building where you have to take out enemies infected with the C-virus.

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See our other Resident Evil 6 Jake And Sherry Gameplay Walkthrough video to get more stratifying action. Resident Evil 6 comes out on October 2, 2012 for the Xbox 360 and PS3. PC version will follow.







Capcom's Resident Evil 6 demo is out now for download on Xbox Live for gamers who bought Dragon's Dogma. However, if you didn't buy Dragon's Dogma or have a Xbox 360, then you can watch our full Resident Evil 6 Jake Muller and Sherry Birkin gameplay walkthrough video below.

In this walkthrough, you can either play as Jake or Sherry in the war-torn Eastern European state of Edonia where your objective is to escape from the giant monster-robot boss, Ustanak. Can they make it out alive or will they be taken captive? Find out to see what happens.

Resident Evil 6 Demo Jake & Sherry Gameplay Walkthrough Video »


View our other Resident Evil 6 Chris And Pierce Gameplay Walkthrough video to get more satisfying action. Resident Evil 6 comes out on October 2, 2012 for the Xbox 360 and PS3. The PC version will follow.




Skyrim's new expansion, Dawnguard, adds a ton of new content for you to explore, but sometimes you just need a really good weapon. We've already shown you the new Dragon Shouts, the new abilities of Werewolves, and the undead power of Vampire Lords. It’s time for you to hit the forge and find that sharp new thing to stab into the hearts of your enemies. For this guide, we’ve scoured every corner of Dawnguard so you won't have to.

You might want to empty out your pockets before you get started on this guide for new weapons and armor in Dawnguard.

Dawnguard Skyrim

Zephyr -- This unique Dwarven Bow can be found during the "Lost to the Ages" quest in Arkngthamz. It's enchanted with a unique ability to fire 30% faster than normal. It's a solid choice for a middle tier bow, but there's a better unique bow in Dawnguard.

Auriel's Bow -- You get this during the main questline in the Forgotten Vale. Not only is it a pretty strong option for a bow with its fast draw time, but it also does extra damage to undead creatures. You can also equip two different types of unique arrows with it: Sunhallowed and Bloodcursed.

Sunhallowed Elven arrows cause the sun to shoot sunbursts at nearby enemies when you shoot them at the sun. Bloodcursed Elven arrows temporarily blot out the sun for a day if you happen to aim for that big ball of fire in the sky. Both arrow types only perform their special abilities when you use them with Auriel’s Bow. You can get more Sunhallowed arrows from Gelebor in the Forgotten Vale, and Serana gives you Bloodcursed arrows after the questline is over.

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