A Look Back At Pokemon GO’s Halloween Event

Pokemon GO always has pretty good Halloween events, and this year was pretty good as well. There were lots of nice bonuses, lots of Pokemon to catch and plenty of shinies to not be caught. We also had plenty of smaller events alongside the Halloween spawns, and there was plenty of things to do. Of course, though, there were some downsides as well. Amazing event bonuses I mean, who doesn’t like double candy? Even if it’s for things like Gastly and Misdreavus. Ghost types, particularly Gengar and Chandelure, are always helpful Pokemon to have. We also got double transfer candy… [Continue Reading]

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A Quick Look At Sending Pokemon from Pokemon GO to Pokemon HOME

Finally, Pokemon GO has some sort of connection to other Pokemon games. Sure, it’s a rather tentative, one-way path, but it’s there. Now, you can transfer Pokemon from Pokemon GO to Pokemon HOME. However, the process is one-way, and you can’t transfer anything to Pokemon GO. Not that you really need to, considering how many Legendaries you can get in Pokemon GO. All it requires is some patience and a Nintendo account. The process is kinda simple. After you have connected a Nintendo account with your Pokemon GO account (or, in my case, made a Nintendo account), you can just… [Continue Reading]

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Primed Sure Footed – The Best Quality of Life Mod Ever

Earlier this year, on a whim, I decided to max out Primed Sure Footed. I’ve never actually used the normal Sure Footed mod before, but Primed Sure Footed offered 100% knockdown resistance, so I thought I’d give it a go. Normally I wouldn’t max out a very expensive primed mod, but eh, I was flush with Endo at the time. Turns out, Primed Sure Footed is absolutely amazing. But first, the downsides. Before I talk about how amazing Primed Sure Footed is, I have to tell you that it’s an EXPENSIVE mod. While, yes, Primed Sure Footed IS an Exilus… [Continue Reading]

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What To Do With Old Frames?

With the release of Nezha Prime, I have a decision to make. What do I do with my old Nezha? After all, I have a nice, new, shiny Nezha Prime to play with. My old Nezha needs somewhere to go. But I’ve had this old Nezha for three years now! He’s been forma’d and upgraded and all sorts! What can I do with him? Well, let’s have a look at our options. Flat out delete old Nezha You can sell a lot of items in your game for credits. This is done via your inventory, a completely separate place to… [Continue Reading]

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Mastery Rank 30 – True Master

It’s only taken me four years, but here I am, a True Master in Warframe. After so long farming and grinding, I’ve mastered literally every single item in the game. As of writing, I have mastered all in-game items aside from Founders Gear, including the newly released Nezha Prime and the Vitrica, a new Orokin sword. After mastering those few items, I was then tasked with one more trial: the test for Mastery Rank 30. It didn’t cost me too much. After I hit Mastery Rank 29, I basically caught up with everything. I finished off my Intrinsics using a… [Continue Reading]

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Alolan Marowak Raid Day

We haven’t had a raid day in ages. This year, most raid events have been week-long events so you don’t need to go outside too much, for obvious reasons. Aside from GO Fest, the black and white dragons, Giratina and Darkrai, most of the raids we’ve had weren’t amazing. We had the legendary horses earlier this year, the legendary genies and the legendary birds a few weeks ago. All stuff that, really, you don’t need, because there are plenty of good Pokemon elsewhere. Alolan Marowak is another Pokemon that no one really needs. It’s a rather glassy Pokemon that doesn’t… [Continue Reading]

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Dark Spooky Forest Week: Destiny 2’s Spooky Halloween Forest

Destiny 2’s Halloween event this year is actually the same Halloween event I briefly played a year before. Turns out, when I started playing again, it had been almost exactly a year since I’d last started. Also turns out that the Halloween event is also pretty much identical. It’s set in a spooky forest full of spooky things and lots and lots of darkness. The haunted forest is also probably the closest thing to Warframe-like gameplay. The concept is simple: Kill, run, fight boss. So, this spooky forest isn’t real. It’s actually part of Osiris’s many simulations. You start in… [Continue Reading]

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Dark Spooky Forest Week: Twisted Treeline – The Old Spooky League of Legends Map

League of Legends, as far as most people are concerned, has two maps. It has Summoners Rift, the main map that 99% of people play on. There’s also Howling Abyss, the map mostly used for ARAM games. But there used to be other game modes and other maps too. The Crystal Scar was a weird control-point-based map for 5v5. And then there was Twisted Treeline. A 3v3 map, built around the same premise as Summoners Rift, except spookier. Basically, it was a 3v3 version of the standard gameplay. The concept was simple. You have a smaller map with less players,… [Continue Reading]

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The Other Kind of Lich

Most Liches in Warframe come in two variants. The first never lives for very long. After all, they have a weapon or an ephemera. Things that the Tenno want or need. These Liches get hunted down and either killed or traded away. We need those weapons to complete our collections or better weapons we already have. And Liches with Ephemeras aren’t worth much, but they can be sold on for a modest amount of Platinum. These Liches never live for very long. Most people will try and kill them as quickly as possible. The sooner you kill a Lich, the… [Continue Reading]

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Glassmaker’s Conclusion isn’t That Satisfactory

The last part of Glassmaker is finally out, and, well, it’s all over, I guess. We get to finally confront Nihil and kick his ass. Except, well, we don’t. After doing yet another dumb clue scene, we can fight our final boss. Of course, we have to spend ages scanning a room for clues first. And then we have to do a jumping puzzle based on those clues. Then you can fight the boss. Yet again, being a Tenno in a Warframe doesn’t matter. The fight against Nihil is simple. You dodge the crystals he shoots from his head, pick… [Continue Reading]

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