Whether you’ve just unwrapped a brand new PS4 or you’ve had one since launch day in November 2013, you probably haven’t explored everything Sony’s powerhouse console has to offer—no doubt you’ve been too busy gaming. Join us on a tour of 10 of our favorite PS4 tips, from upgrading its internals to streaming games to…
So, you think you’re ready to to brave the fog and find Kasumi Nakano, eh? Well, we’ve got a couple of pointers that should help you on your journey.
With 24 different alternate endings based on four major decisions made during each play through, collecting all of the conclusions to Stories: The Path of Destinies is a daunting task. Here’s a spoiler-free guide on filling up the game’s ending board.
The land of Lothric is a deadly place, and Dark Souls 3 doesn’t go out of its way to lend a hand. I’m here to help.
Living off the land ain’t easy. There’s a lot about Stardew Valley that the game doesn’t really explain, which makes jumping in a bit daunting.
You’re going to need more than a cool dragon transformation if you want to survive out in the battlefield. Thankfully, we’re here to help.
The real endgame of Diablo III starts in Adventure Mode, when our character finally finds one or two powerful items, and begins its journey to collect all the pieces required to clear everything on the highest difficulty levels in no time. The road to get there is bumpy, but our small guide might help a bit.
Here’s a trick that’s been around for a while but may have passed you by: secret category codes added by Netflix engineers that can help you narrow down your on-demand video choices. From classic war movies to Brazilian dramas, here’s how to dig deeper into the Netflix library.
If you’re thinking of giving someone an Xbox, PlayStation, Wii U, 3DS, Vita, or iPad this Christmas, there’s something you can do to sweeten the deal even more for the recipient: download every update for the console first.
It’s a harsh wasteland out there, fellow vault dwellers. Horrors can be found in every corner of the Commonwealth. Making it through Fallout 4 in one piece can be tough—especially at first. Thankfully, we’re here to help.
Fallout 4’s armor situation is a bit confusing. I’m not talking about Power Armor here—I’m talking about the more everyday stuff your character can wear to keep him or her safe from the hazards of the wastes.
Counter-Strike is a game that’s defined by tiny details. So let’s talk bullets.
For a couple of days now, I’ve been trying an experiment with Fallout 4—and it’s completely transformed my experience with the game.
If you’re anything like me, you’ve spent the bulk of your time in Fallout 4 dressed up in a slate trench coat and a sliver scarf. That’s because you’re wearing the Silver Shroud Armor, a good single-piece armor set you can get from an early-game sidequest.
Did you know that Fallout 4 has a deep, complicated crafting and settlement-management system? Well, it does. Thing is, the game doesn’t do the greatest job explaining how it all works.
Divinity: Original Sin is a really cool game, but it’s not all that interested in holding your hand. It can be complicated and challenging, and some early difficulty spikes may leave new players feeling a bit burned. Fortunately, there are a few things you can do to make your first hours in the game go much more…
Just as we were getting a hang of Destiny’s latest six-person raid, Bungie releases a new hard mode to keep us on our toes. Enemies are tougher, bosses have a few new tricks, and… well, everything else is pretty much the same. Still, some tips are in order.
Destiny is both refreshingly simple and terrifyingly complicated. It’s mostly about shooting aliens in the head... but it’s also about mastering a complex system of currencies, equipment, reward tiers, and experience points. I’m here to help.
Unlock Super Mario Maker’s extra content faster by manipulating time. YouTube’s Cutman demonstrates how easily timed unlocks succumb to simple console clock manipulation.
Playing Destiny after Tuesday’s 2.0 patch is a little bit like waking up in a just-barely parallel universe. Everything has shifted a little, but you can’t always put your finger on how. Did that thing always sound that way? Did that lady always stand over there? Was that thing always blue?