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RPG Cast – Episode 720: “Self Checkout Bouncers”
RPG Cast – Episode 720: “Self Checkout Bouncers”Chris gets ready for his favorite part of FFXIV, the benchmark. Kelley complains about her hotel bed while waiting for a tow truck. Josh is force feeding his army desserts. Meanwhile...wait...Robert...wake up, Robert! The post RPG Cast – Episode 720: “Self Checkout Bouncers” appeared first on RPGamer .
RPGamerApr 20
Darkest Dungeon II Coming to PlayStation Consoles
Darkest Dungeon II Coming to PlayStation ConsolesDeveloper and publisher Red Hook Studios announced that Darkest Dungeon II will be available on PlayStation consoles. The turn-based roguelike RPG is set to release in July for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. The post Darkest Dungeon II Coming to PlayStation Consoles appeared first on RPGamer .
RPGamerApr 20
Gordian Quest Releasing on PS4, PS5
Gordian Quest Releasing on PS4, PS5Publisher Maximum Entertainment and developer Mixed Realms announced that deckbuilding RPG Gordian Quest will release on PlayStation consoles. The title will be available in the coming days on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. The post Gordian Quest Releasing on PS4, PS5 appeared first on RPGamer .
RPGamerApr 20
How to throw grenades in Fallout 4 (PC and console)
How to throw grenades in Fallout 4 (PC and console) Even longtime fans of the franchise can find themselves a little stumped about how to throw grenades in Fallout 4 , because it’s not entirely obvious. Bethesda changed up the mechanics from previous games a bit and then didn’t provide clear guidance on the new way to do it. Throwing grenades in Fallout 4 on console Players will of course first want to equip a grenade, which can be accomplished by pressing B on the controller to open the Pip-Boy . Under the Weapons section of the Inventory (INV) tab, select the type of grenade you want to wreak havoc with, and then press A to equip it. Screenshot by Destructoid That arduous task done, exit the Pip-Boy. It won’t appear as if you’ve got a grenade equipped, but a grenade icon should now be visible on the right side of the HUD, above the ammo indicator. This will also tell you how many grenades you have left. Hold down the right bumper (RB) and you’ll hear a clicking sound. Aim with the reticle dot in the center of your screen, release RB, and you’ll throw the grenade. Throwing grenades in Fallout 4 on PC For PC gamers playing Fallout 4 with a mouse and keyboard, the method is pretty much the same. Instead of RB, you’ll want to press and hold the Left Alt key. Again, you’ll hear a click to replicate removing the pin. Pick your target with the reticle and release the Left Alt key to let fly. Screenshot by Destructoid In case you ever forget how to throw a grenade in Fallout 4, the Help section provides a handy reminder. The “grenades” entry summarizes this information for both console and PC users, including how to even equip a grenade or mine in the first place. There’s also no need to rush to throw the grenade because there is no timer, so it won’t explode in your hand. Few things are more satisfying than tossing a grenade into a group of ghouls and watching them go flying in all directions. Now, for players preparing to jump into Fallout 4’s long-awaited next-gen update , it won’t be a challenge just figuring out how to throw the darn things. The post How to throw grenades in Fallout 4 (PC and console) appeared first on Destructoid .
Role-Playing Games Archives – DestructoidApr 19
Monolith: Requiem of the Ancients Rebranded as Astor: Blade of the Monolith
Monolith: Requiem of the Ancients Rebranded as Astor: Blade of the MonolithDeveloper C2 Game Studio revealed that Monolith: Requiem of the Ancients is now known as Astor: Blade of the Monolith. The third-person action RPG is set to release later this year. The post Monolith: Requiem of the Ancients Rebranded as Astor: Blade of the Monolith appeared first on RPGamer .
RPGamerApr 19
Hades II Technical Test Sign-ups Begin
Hades II Technical Test Sign-ups BeginDeveloper Supergiant Games began a technical test for its upcoming roguelike Hades II. This test aims to detect issues ahead of the game's release in Early Access. The post Hades II Technical Test Sign-ups Begin appeared first on RPGamer .
RPGamerApr 18
Cat Quest III Gets Release Date
Cat Quest III Gets Release DateDuring the Nintendo Indie World Showcase, developer The Gentlebros and publisher Kepler Interactive revealed the release date for the upcoming open-world RPG Cat Quest III. The game will launch in August on several platforms. The post Cat Quest III Gets Release Date appeared first on RPGamer .
RPGamerApr 18
How to break glowing blue cracked statues in Elden Ring
How to break glowing blue cracked statues in Elden Ring Very early into Elden Ring , I kept seeing these random, cracked, conspicuous-as-hell statues with a blue light. And 50 hours in, I finally know how to break them open. Backing up a step, there are many different types of statues in this game, some of which you can directly interact with . I'm not talking about those. I mean the statues that are partially sliced open, and often embedded in the ground or toppled over. Like this one! **Spoilers below** I didn't put two and two together until way later. If you're anything like me, you might've tried two-handing your weapon, various jump attacks, and explosive throwables, to name a few tactics that seemed like a good idea at the time. No dice — at least, not that I've seen. Instead, you need to use a big boy. That's right, a big boy Had I spent more time scoping out this stormy Limgrave hillside with several trolls roaming nearby, I probably would've figured out the solution way sooner. In fact, on a return visit, the a-ha moment happened organically: a giant just casually strolled through it on his way to my character, and the cracked statue exploded, revealing a shiny item. What was inside? Unfortunately, just some low-level smithing stones — a useful find in the early game, but far less helpful down the road when they're more plentiful. If you missed the statue pictured above, you might've seen this one in the heart of Stormveil Castle, which you would've gone past on your way to the boss. Inside Stormveil Castle. It's not-so-conveniently resting next to a large, gnarly enemy — large enough to make me think it could also be strong enough to bust open the statue... but it didn't work for me. What I simply had to do upon luring this troll was to have it casually walk on top of this statue . It could have also just swung its weapon at me and broken the statue as collateral damage, but at lower levels, that could be very risky. One good troll slam should do it. Interestingly, it seems that other large-scale enemies in Elden Ring are capable of opening these glowing cracked statues. When we mean big boys, they don't have to be on the scale of the aforementioned trolls. Other ways to break glowing cracked statues in Elden Ring Depending on the area you're in, you will have to do some scouting on what the biggest enemies are. You'll have to train a beast or two and bring them to the statue with the glowing cracks. In the example below, this statue is against the wall, so you can't just hide behind it in hopes of your enemy walking right into it. What you will have to do is put your back against the statue as an enemy is about to attack you. At the right moment, dodge its attack and hopefully, they'll open the thing for you. There's something horrible just out of frame. What do glowing cracked statues contain? From every example I've seen, these glowing cracked statues just give out various tiers of upgrade materials like Smithing Stones for your weapons and shields. A potentially good haul, but not necessarily something I'd want to go out of my way to get, if that makes sense. This is just the latest in a line of "Wow, I really overthought that!" moments in the game. I'm loving it. Especially now that I've hit a brick wall and it's time to go wandering again. The post How to break glowing blue cracked statues in Elden Ring appeared first on Destructoid .
Role-Playing Games Archives – DestructoidApr 18
Kingdom Come: Deliverance II Announced
Kingdom Come: Deliverance II AnnouncedWarhorse Studios is returning to 15th century Bohemia with Kingdom Come: Deliverance II. The game picks up where the first left off, continuing the story of Henry. The post Kingdom Come: Deliverance II Announced appeared first on RPGamer .
RPGamerApr 18
New Wartales DLC Released
New Wartales DLC ReleasedShiro Games released new DLC for tactical RPG Wartales on PC. The new DLC gives players the ability to establish their own tavern in the game. The post New Wartales DLC Released appeared first on RPGamer .
RPGamerApr 18