The Wrath Of Nemesis, Resident Evil 3

“STARS…” once you hear that scary evil low voice, you know he’s coming to get you for sure. He is always constantly following you through the whole course of the game making your life as miserable as possible.

He is a tough enemy to beat, he runs faster than you, a lot stronger and has a rocket launcher to top it all off. You can knock him out after a couple of handgun magazines, roughly about 40 bullets. Though you may riddle him with bullets, he gets back up after the first knock out and tries a last resort to kill you using his 1-hit kill desolating move. He will bleed purple blood indicating that he is truly dealt with.

Luckily if you defeat him after he gets up, he drops an item but this can only happen in hard mode. The items he drops are gun parts and first aid boxes containing 3 first aid sprays. The first encounter with him in hard mode, for most of us who played it, is the hardest one. Why you ask? At that point of the game you only have a knife, a handgun and a shotgun. The ammunition is limited so when

Five Innovative Ways to Deal With Unwanted Video Games

If you are an avid gamer, no doubt you have dozens of video games lying around your home. Unfortunately, excessive piles of games can take up way too much room and significantly increase the amount of time you need to allocate to dusting. But don’t panic because there are several things you can do to reduce the number of unwanted games in your home-and that doesn’t include throwing them in the trash can. So how can you deal with unwanted games?

1. Sell Online

One way to get rid of games you no longer play is to sell them online. You can list them on eBay, Craig’s List, Gumtree, or any other auction site you frequent. The only downside to this method of disposing of your unwanted games is that you won’t make much money from the sale. Second hand games typically don’t make much when they are sold online unless they are nearly new.

2. Swap with Friends

It’s good to share, which is why swapping video games with your friends is a fun way of reducing the number of old video games in your possession. Instead of hoarding old games, you can swap them for new ones you haven’t played. For

Why Bother Trading In Video Games?

Video games are enormous fun. After all, who doesn’t love taking part in virtual combat when the only real danger you face is a repetitive strain injury caused by hours of intense wrist action. But buying endless video games for your console is an expensive business, especially if you have the latest PlayStation or Xbox. The newest releases on the charts are not cheap, which can be tough on the finances if you are struggling to pay the bills right now.

But there is an answer to your woes-all you have to do is trade in your old video games. Millions of people do this all the time and if it works for them it can work for you. There is a good market for second-hand video games and lots of people are happy to sell, trade, or swap their used games in return for a new or different one. So what are the top four reasons to give trading a try?

1. A Never Ending Supply of New Games

As we have already mentioned, new games cost money, which if you have none can be seriously disadvantageous to your well being – particularly if you have a teenage son whining in

Super Mario 3D World Review

The game initially seems an ordinary Mario game. You walk from level to level via a world map, and after you beat the final boss in the castle, again opens up a new world. In terms of your work worlds first tune off the usual: you start in a grass landscape continues the madcap adventure in the desert, then slip straight back into the ice world. Super Mario 3D World contains fortunately some decent original worlds, of which the final Bowser Land is our favorite, but even calibrated grass landscape will surprise the seasoned Mario player with a selection of original levels.

The numerous playable levels are in fact very diverse, often very creatively and practically always fun to play. Exactly as we know from the Galaxy range. One moment you are caught up in a brilliant shade game filled with optical illusions, a moment later, you will work in a continuous one sprint with coins strewn trail off. The levels are all varied and really have a unique identity. Granted, there are a few less exciting levels in the game – for example, something brave rides on the back of a dragon Plessie – but the vast majority of

Moral Choices in Video Games: The Problem of Problem Solving

In Star Trek: The Next Generation – “Thine Own Self,” ship counselor Deanna Troi decides to take the test for becoming a higher-ranking officer of the starship Enterprise. She is required to solve a simulated disaster that would destroy the entire ship and its hundreds of civilian inhabitants.

The problem is a leak in the warp-plasma shaft, which leads to a devastating explosion when left unfixed. The shaft is flooded with radiation, however; any person who directly patches the leak will have no chance of survival afterwards.

So Deanna assumes there must be some logistical way to bypass the leak. She tries everything she can think of: switching to auxiliary control, modifying the EM power inverter, ejecting antimatter storage containers – each solution leading to the complete destruction of the Enterprise without fail.

Convinced that she is missing something, Deanna studies the ship’s manuals for hours, and takes the test three more times. She traps herself in her problem-solving mindset, too afraid to notice that one possibility that nags at her subconscious – sending a crewmate into the shaft.

In Deus Ex: Human Revolution – The Missing Link, player-controlled Adam Jensen finds himself in a facility being flooded with toxic gas. There are

Which Tier-1 Troops I Should Upgrade First in Clash of Clans?

Many of you Clash of Clans players may get confused on which troops to upgrade first when you had finished the construction of your laboratory. My answer is simple, archers upgrade should be your first priority when doing upgrades. Why? Because archers are more valuable in the long run especially if you are a very active Clash of Clans players who likes to raid and make someone else’s base turn to rubble. There are 3 reasons why archer is your highest priority troops to upgrade.

First, archer has the best attacking power compared to barbarians or goblins. You might wondering why because not only archer has the lowest health but it also has the lowest damage per second (dps) attack power compared to barbs or goblins. That’s because archer has one attack ability that the others don’t, and it’s called ranged attack ability. This means that archers have a better opportunity to hit those defensive buildings such as cannons or towers regardless of wall protections. Try to compare that with barbarians which need to breakthrough the wall first before they can get to anything.

Second, archer doesn’t pick targets. Unlike goblins which prioritize the resource buildings when attacking, the archers hit

How to Use Giants Effectively in Clash of Clans

In my opinion, Giants are currently the best troops in Clash of Clans for many reasons. One reason is because Giants can fill the tank role better than Barbarians because they have a lot more health and thus they are less vulnerable to splash attack from Mortars and Wizard Towers. They are also effective on the map because they prioritize targeting a defensive building which means by using Giants you can focus on neutralizing the enemy’s defensive power as fast as possible. Moreover, Giants are also well-known for their excellent uses to distract and soak up hits for their comrades.

One effective raiding strategy can be utilized using a combination of few Giants and lots of Archers. First, deploy Giants to distract all the defensive buildings attack focus and then quickly drop Archers near the attacking tower to destroy them. This strategy, when used correctly, can easily wipe out an entire base and ended up rewarding you with a 3-star victory.

Giants had been proven to be very useful when combined with Wall breakers and Goblins. This strategy works great when used on a heavily fortified base with lots of resources available. First, just like the previous tactic, deploy Giants to