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The Darkness 2 Relic Locations Guide: Finding All 29 Campaign Relics

Getting consume by the "Darkness" because you can't find all 29 relics in the single player campaign for The Darkness 2? Let G4 shine the light upon your mind as we put together The Darkness 2 Relic Locations Guide. In addition to collecting these relics and learning about the history of the Darkness, each relic you obtain will give you +300 Essence. If you do the math you have a chance to get +8700 Essence points to level up Jackie.

Happy Hunting!

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Final Fantasy 13-2 Monster Guide Part One: How To Acquire And Train Your New Party Members

Monsters in Final Fantasy 13-2 are a lot more important this time around than they have been in just about any other Final Fantasy game out there. In FF13-2, you basically catch monsters that you fight and can then add them as members of your party to fight with you. Every monster is different and there are hundreds to collect, each with their own unique abilities to bring to your party.

With this Final Fantasy 13-2 Beginner Monster Guide I'm going to show you how to catch monsters, how to train them,  how to infuse your monsters with others in order to make them stronger, and more. There's a lot to get through, but honestly the monster taming feature in FF13-2 is one of the most diverse and interesting things that the entire game has to offer. It's basically Final Fantasy mixed with Pokemon...maybe that's why I like it so much.

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Final Fantasy 13-2 Brain Blast Guide: We Answers All The Grand Avenue Square Terminal Questions

Final Fantasy 13-2
has a ton of minigames, one of which is called Brain Blast. Brain Blast is basically a quiz terminal found throughout the city of Academia. There are four Brain Blast terminals in the city and they each have around 70 different randomly generated questions for you.

If you can manage to answer ten consecutive questions at a terminal correctly then you'll be rewarded with Fragments, CP, and a treasure box. It sounds easy, but the questions are so bizarre that we wanted to put together a Brain Blast guide to help you out. This guide holds all of the answers for the Brain Blast terminal Entrance Terminal. Check after the break for all of the answers. 

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Final Fantasy 13-2

Final Fantasy 13-2
has a ton of minigames, one of which is called Brain Blast. Brain Blast is basically a quiz terminal found throughout the city of Academia. There are four Brain Blast terminals in the city and they each have around 70 different randomly generated questions for you.

If you can manage to answer ten consecutive questions at a terminal correctly then you'll be rewarded with Fragments, CP, and a treasure box. It sounds easy, but the questions are so bizarre that we wanted to put together a Brain Blast guide to help you out. This guide holds all of the answers for the Brain Blast terminal in New Town (North) Terminal. Check after the break for all of the answers. 

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Final Fantasy 13-2 Chocobo Racing Guide

Final Fantasy 13-2 features tons of minigames, but the most popular one by far is Chocobo Racing. Chocobo Racing made its debut in the beloved Final Fantasy 7, and it's back by popular demand in 13-2. The basic idea is that you catch and raise a Chocobo and then put it in a race in order to earn lots of gil.

On one hand, you're rescuing a Chocobo and leading it on to a life of fame and fortune, but on the other hand it's kind of cruel. But that idea is for another day, read this Final Fantasy 13-2 Chocobo Racing guide for everything you need to know about this awesomely complex minigame.

What Is Chocobo Racing?


Chocobo Racing is a minigame within Final Fantasy 13-2. With a bit of effort you'll be well on your way to earning lots of gil and other fantastic rewards from your various Chocobos in the Serenity Chocobo Race casino area of the Historia Crux. If you want to make a lot of money early in the game, or just have something fun to do before you continue along in the main story quest, Chocobo Racing might be for you.

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Final Fantasy 13-2 To Get DLC And Chocobo Racing Mini Game

Final Fantasy 13-2
has a ton of minigames, one of which is called Brain Blast. Brain Blast is basically a quiz terminal found throughout the city of Academia. There are four Brain Blast terminals in the city and they each have around 70 different randomly generated questions for you.

If you can manage to answer ten consecutive questions at a terminal correctly then you'll be rewarded with Fragments, CP, and a treasure box. It sounds easy, but the questions are so bizarre that we wanted to put together a Brain Blast guide to help you out. This guide holds all of the answers for the Brain Blast terminal in New Town (Southwest). Check after the break for all of the answers.

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Final Fantasy 13-2 Captain Cryptic's Confounding Quiz Guide

Final Fantasy 13-2 holds a variety of minigames and one of the hardest games is Captain Cryptic's Confounding Quiz. We've put together this Captain Cryptic's Confounding Quiz Guide to help you get through his quiz and earn the best rewards possible, because his questions can be very confusing.

Rather than being in the same place like the Quiz Terminals, Captain Cryptic can be found throughout Academia in 11 random spots. He's also "out of phase" (i.e. invisible), so if you find him you have to perform the Moogle Hunt ability on him to make him appear.

If you can answer all of Captain Cryptic's questions then you'll be rewarded with fragments and CP. After the break you'll find a list of the fragments you can earn from completing the quiz as well as all of the answers.

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Soul Calibur 5 Character Creation Guide -- How To Make Skyrim's Dragonborn, Samus, Raiden, And More

Want to know how to create Dovahkiin, Skyrim's Dragonborn, in Soul Calibur 5's Character Creation mode? Do you prefer the god of thunder, Raiden, from Mortal Kombat to battle against Nightmare? Then we've got some good news for you! We've created a Soul Calibur 5 Character Creation guide so that you can make several famous video game characters to show off online. Below, you'll find a full step-by-step guide on what equipment, colors, and patterns you should use.

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Also, if you would like to share your own Soul Calibur 5 user created characters, just send in your character's picture and information on how to make him or her to donell@g4tv.com and your character might be featured in this guide.

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Final Fantasy 13-2 Brain Blast Guide: We Answers All The Grand Avenue Square Terminal Questions

Final Fantasy 13-2 has a ton of minigames, one of which is called Brain Blast. Brain Blast is basically a quiz terminal found throughout the city of Academia. There are four Brain Blast terminals in the city and they each have around 70 different randomly generated questions for you.

If you can manage to answer ten consecutive questions at a terminal correctly then you'll be rewarded with Fragments, CP, and a treasure box. It sounds easy, but the questions are so bizarre that we wanted to put together a Brain Blast guide to help you out. This guide holds all of the answers for the Brain Blast terminal at Grand Avenue Square. Check after the break for all of the answers.

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During Episode 4 in Final Fantasy 13-2, there is a part where Serah and Noel have to find five Graviton Cores for their friends Hope and Alyssa in order to help them raise Cocoon back in to the sky. The unfortunate thing is that the Graviton Cores that you have to find are all over the place and they’re practically invisible. So we created this Graviton Core video guide to help you find all the Graviton Cores you need. 

There are five Graviton Cores that Serah and Noel must find. In this guide we'll show you how to find the ones located in the Bresha Ruins in 5 AF, in New Bodhum in 3 AF, in the village of Oerba in 200 AF, in the city of Academia in 400 AF, and in the Yaaschas Mountains in 100 AF. Grab some gyshal greens and let's get started.

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After the break we have all of the map images to show you exactly where to go if you don't feel like watching the video. But you should, because it's helpful!

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SWTOR Datacron Location Guide – I Have All The Datacron Locations In Seventeen Systems!

If you want to boost your stats in SWTOR you’ll need a Matrix Cube. They're made from Matrix Shards that can be obtained from Datacrons scattered across Star Wars: The Old Republic. One Matrix Shard won't do you much good, but if you find three in a set, you've got yourself the recipe for a Matrix Cube. If you need help finding Datacron in SWTOR, check out our Datacron Guide.

To make a Matrix Cube, you'll need to find an Assembler to put the items together. You'll find one on your faction's homeworld. The Republic's location is on Coruscant. Once there, head to the Lost Assembly Vault, west of the Jedi Temple. If you've pledged your allegiance to the Empire, you'll need to head to Dromund Kaas for the Ancient assembly chamber near the Dark Temple.

Matrix Cubes can be slotted into your character's Relic slot. These provide even more powerful stat boosts, but must be assembled in the correct order. The best Matrix Cube depends on your class and spec, and are also broken down by level tiers in terms of power, so reference the handy recipe guide below to figure out which one you'll make!

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SWTOR Companions Guide -– Keeping You Warm And Safe With Info on Every Companion in The Old Republic

From flesh-consuming monsters to adorable droids, we know you want to eat up every morsel of information about every companion in Star Wars: The Old Republic. After all, it just wouldn't be a BioWare game without friends to gather along the way, and SWTOR is very much a BioWare game. That's why we've produced this handy companion guide, so you'll know who all The Old Republic companions are and what they can do for you.

In SW:TOR, companions complement – and sometimes compliment! – your character's strengths and fill in the soft spots left by their weaknesses. They may seem extraneous at first, but try playing the game truly solo, sans companion, and you'll come to appreciate their incredibly useful implementation. They not only come in handy gameplay-wise, but also fill out the story experience by giving their thoughts, approval, and/or disapproval to your actions. Meaning, that's right... companion gifts!

Companions are also unique to each class, so our guide is broken down as such. Be sure to check below and find your class!

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Skyrim Atronach Forge Guide -- Daedric Weapons, Armor, Staves, Spell Tomes, Scrolls And Summoned Creatures

If you want to create atronach spells in The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim you've come to the right place. Behold, our Skyrim Atronach Forge Guide.

Before we jump right into the recipes I wanted to explain the Atronach Forge. Underneath the College of Winterhold lies The Midden. The Midden can be reached by finding the trap door in the norther corner of the courtyard. The main feature of The Midden is the Atronach Forge and next to it you'll find Atronach Forge Manual which lists several atronach recipes. This forge allows gamers to transform ordinary items to grand items from beyond Oblivion.

The Atronach Forge has a lever and collecting box, where you'll place the ingredients. You can't choose which items you want to create, instead you can place the items required and hope for the best. Usually, the forge guesses right, but if it guesses wrong, then you're going to get an Atronach. Atronachs you create, or summon, will be aggressive, unlike their counterparts in Oblivion.

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Star Wars: The Old Republic

SWTOR's Legacy System has remained a mystery to most The Old Republic players. Even those who have completed Act 1. After a player completes their class quest they are prompted to choose a surname. This unique surname will be attached to the character you're playing, and every character you make on that server, effectively making a family tree. If you're on The Harbinger, sorry, Vortigaunt has been taken, by me. From that moment on you'll notice a Legacy bar under your XP bar. As this purple bar fills up you'll earn Legacy levels. But what are these levels earning players? We went to the source to find out. SWTOR game director James Ohlen was happy to answer our many questions on Star Wars: The Old Republic's Legacy system.

Legacy was intended to expand the aspects of the game MMO players thrive on. It's meant to add an extra level of gameplay to leveling up, perusing your class story and rolling another character. If you're a player who wants to focus on only one character, you won't reap the same rewards a player with multiple characters will get. In fact, Legacy System was designed for the players who have more than one character. Each of SWTOR's classes has a unique story and if you're a MMO fan, a Star Wars fan or a BioWare fan, chances are you'll want to explore more than one of these stories.

If you do decide to roll another character, he or she will be added your Legacy family tree. The idea of family was important to BioWare. Game director James Ohlen explained why Legacy is important to the entire Star Wars universe.

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SWTOR Datacron Location Guide – I Have All The Datacron Locations In Seventeen Systems!

We've crafted this handy dandy datacron locations guide for the Republic and Empire alike, so you can find all datacrons in BioWare's epic Star Wars MMORPG, Star Wars: The Old Republic. Never heard of datacrons? Read on to find out what they are, how you can find them, and why you'll want them.

SW:TOR takes place 300 years after the original Knights of the Old Republic, which introduced the concept of the Infinite Empire, a vast governing system ruled by the earliest known Force users, the Rakata. The Infinite Empire collapsed under mysterious circumstances, but it has left behind a wealth of treasure for eager adventurers. These are the datacrons.

Datacrons increase your character's stats, making them invaluable to PvP players, while also easing the burdens of those who choose to solo. The exceptions are the Matrix Shards, which when combined will form a Matrix Cube, an item that can be slotted into your character's Relic slot. These provide even more powerful stat boosts, but must be assembled in correct order. All Matrix Shard combinations are explained in our SWTOR Matrix Cube Guide.

Also note that Corellia's, Ilum's and Voss' datacrons are currently missing or have not been discovered by our team of space-traveling badasses. There are also two ultra rare datacrons that increase all of your character's stats by 10. We'll update this guide as we find them!

So pack a lunch, player. Let's go planet-hopping in a galaxy far, far away to find every datacron location in The Old Republic!

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