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If any of you die-hard fans wanted to know how Krotos became the god of war, this is your chance. All will be revealed in the 4th installment, God of War: Ascension. Watch the trailer and find out more about the game.
We’re going to an old castle for this one, and it’s going to be one very long battle. You’ll need to deal with a ton of Marlowe’s thugs, make your way to the top of several towers and finally track down the path to the main tomb, which has some very fancy puzzles waiting for you.
We’re now doing a little research with Elena, just like the old days. We’ll spend most of the chapter just walking around a market, and we’ll then need to solve all of the puzzles in the hidden chambers in the well. If you need help with any of these little challenges, look here.
It’s time for a lot of spiders and fire, along with an annoying tile puzzle. We’re going down into the chateau’s tomb, and we’re going to find some very dark things inside. After this little descent, we’ll still need to make our way out of the crumbling ruins to the relative safety of the forest.
This is our first real mission toward finding the Atlantis of the Sea. For now, we have to find a way inside the old Château. There are a few puzzles, a cave and a whole bunch of thugs in our path to the truth. Do you need help getting past them?
If you need to know who to play as, and the specialization of each of the characters in the game, read Bright Hub’s guide on Dead Island Characters. Included is information on the skills available, specializations, skill upgrades and more.
Zombies will eat you unless you’ll be prepared, by knowing exactly how to react and who you are facing. We have just the medicine against those rotten-flesh blues: find out every type of hostile you’ll encounter in the game, their perks and their weaknesses.
Like in Left4Dead, there are no shortages of weapons in this zombie-fest reprise: get your hands on anything from a wooden paddle to hard-iron like the M4A1 Carbine. Which weapons have made the final release? Keep reading to find out.
If you ever wanted to run around a big colorful landscape and punch zombies in the face, then this is the game for you. We’ll cover all the missions, cover how to rescue the survivors and kill the psychopaths and even take a look at the different and wacky weapons that you can build.
Our second trip to Hengsha will open up a few interesting quests for fun and profit. If you want to track down a warrior priest or take out a few terrorists as a favor for Hugh Darrow, then you should read more below.
You’ll get a chance in the new Deus Ex to help the harvesters in Hengsha collect a few debts. Whether you want to help save Jaya from her crippling debt, or force her to pay what she owes, you can look inside for directions and help.
We need to do a bit of an undercover operation. If you want to figure out what happened to the hacker at the shipping facility, you’ll need to find a way to get into the morgue and retrieve his neural hub. If you need help getting in, either through charm or stealth, look here.
We have a few tasks to do in Derelict Row. This hostile gang territory is the home of a stolen weapon cache and a radio transmission that’s hacking into Sariff HQ. If you want to get inside with causing a massacre, just look here for a few paths inside the compound.
Picus Communications will soon be our battleground, it seems. Our little visit to Eliza will end up being fairly eye opening, as you face an army of mercenaries, a painfully slow elevator and the second boss fight with a very sneaky mercenary called Yelena.
We finally have a solid lead on the researchers, but we have to find out where he is by tracking down Taggart. I’ll help you either sneak inside or win a nice little debate with Taggart, and then find Sandoval in his hideout.
Sequels are usually considered a sure bet, but that was far from the case with Deus Ex, which had its name tarnished by the sub-par second installment. Now, after a long hiatus, a new entry promises to revive this dead series. Was it successful, or would it have been better laid to rest?
On our second trip to Detroit, you’ll have the opportunity to do a few more side quests. You’ll be able to track down a lot more of Adam’s past, and help the police stop a bomber planning to attack the police station while they’re distracted in the riots.