If you’re going to make it anywhere in the wasteland, you’ll probably need to get something a bit more powerful than the borrowed ATV. If you’re willing to kill some bandits, you can get the parts to fix up your new dune buggy, and you might even be able to make the run to Wellspring.
Exterminatus Mode brings a fresh spin on Space Marine’s gameplay and plenty of challenge to go with it. Focusing on teamwork, objective based missions and survival; tactics, strategies and armory choices are explored in this guide to Exterminatus Mode.
Things are going to get a little crazy. We’re not just raiding hideouts anymore. Our work for Mayor Clayton will led us to Doctor Kvasir, which will eventually take us to the mutant infested dead city. If you can manage to fight your way out, you’ll end up battling bandits for the Wellsprings well.
Things are never easy. It seems like the ark that we need is buried in the middle of a canyon that currently houses heavily armored psychotic bandits. This final bandit raid will at least give you a chance to use all of your firepower and go out in style.
Welcome to this, the fifth and final part of this Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine walkthrough. This installment will be dealing with the final part of the story, the Prince of Daemons, as Titus rushes towards the final showdown with Nemeroth, with the fate of the planet Graia hanging in the balance.
You’re just in time for the fourth part of this Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine walkthrough, for coincidentally, the fourth part of the story! With the Psychic Scourge’s true purpose revealed and a warp rift steadily growing, Titus must summon all his apathy and stompitude.
The recent deployment of the Exterminatus co-op mode DLC for Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine has taken the game in new and exciting directions, but just what does it add to the game that is so special, and by how much has it extended Space Marine’s multiplayer life?
Forza 4, like any racing game, has a massive selection of cars that can be raced, admired, and customized. There’s more to it than numbers, however. The types of cars made available are also important. Let’s look at what Forza 4 adds.
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.
Welcome to the third installment of this Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine Walkthrough. Titus takes to the skies to bring the Psychic Scourge back to the Inquisitor. Dogfights, deserts and challenging hair styles await!
Rage is a fairly old school FPS, which means that you have an entire arsenal on your back, some of which is completely ridiculous in its power. If you’d like to learn more about when to use which of your killing implements, just look for some tips below.
An in depth walkthrough of the first part of the single player campaign for Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine. Tactics, directions, servo skull locations and the best way to affix a purity seal to yourself are all right here.
If you’re having trouble knowing when to deploy your heavy weapons, or when to run away screaming, you could always beseech the dark gods for aid. You’ll probably only get a set of tentacles out of the deal though. Try this guide instead.
The campaign continues as the Ultramarines learn that there is more than it appears to the Ork invasion of planet Graia. Intelligence on the location of audio logs, lay of the land and most effective tactics await you.
It’s time to get things cooking. The Authority is coming, and we need to find somebody that’s actually willing to protect us. This means joining the resistance, carrying out a fairly massive prison raid, and a second trip to the Dead City and your old ark.
We’re in a new place, but things aren’t exactly going well for us. We need to convince Redstone that we’re valuable, which means taking on a subway station full of mutants and setting off a whole lot of explosives in the process. If you need some help, just look inside.
Six years have passed since Battlefield 2 came out, but DICE has published an equal number of titles in the franchise since then. However, Battlefield 3 is the first true sequel to that game. Can this aging franchise keep up with younger competition, or will it become another has-been series?