Monthly Archives: April 2017

The Final Boss For Marvel Vs. Capcom

When you take on a final boss in the Marvel vs. Capcom games, usually you face off against a character that’s larger than life, like the mighty Onslaught and the unstoppable (nearly) Galactus. So, as expected, Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinitehas quite the final boss in store. There are minor spoilers ahead, but it never hurts to be prepared for the final boss that’s awaiting you in the latest entry in the series, especially considering it’s essentially a mutation of Sigma and Ultron into a large, big-faced creature. Still, proceed with caution.

The team at EventHubs has apparently gotten their hands on footage from an early copy of the game, which already appears to be making the rounds. In it, you face off against a giant, big-faced creature with a chainsaw blade type arm/claw and the ability to shoot all kinds of lasers. As you can see from the attached gallery, Ultron is hanging outside of the creature’s forehead, kind of giving commands as it takes your attacks and counter-attacks accordingly. That’s just the beginning of the boss stage, though, as you’ll also need to face off against a number of Ultron’s minions in-between rounds. On top of that, it looks like this super-boss is able to activate Infinity Stones just like you, and it can use those effects to its advantage.

Like Colossus, this super-boss apparently can be beaten, but will also hammer unsuspecting players with attacks if they aren’t careful, big ones that can do a great deal of damage. It never hurts to play the game defensively and get prepped for what it has in store, and save up your supers for when they really count. Whatever the case, make sure you’ve got the right combatants and prepare for a fight. Like Galactus, you’ll likely have some frustrations getting past his defenses, but bringing him down – and saving the world – will make the victory all the sweeter.

How to Activate the Heroic Version of the Cabal Excavation Public Event

Each Public Event in Destiny 2 has a heroic version that will reward Guardians with better loot upon completion. Guardians must follow a specific set of steps to trigger the heroic version of the event. This guide will show you how to turn the Cabal Excavation Public Event into its heroic version.

In this Public Event you must stop the Cabal from drilling by overriding the lander and destroying all the enemies that spawn near the drill. A red ship, called “Thresher”, will appear at some point into the battle. It’s key to activating the heroic version of this event. As soon as the ship appears near the event, focus all your fire on it. You must destroy the Thresher before it has a chance to escape. You’ll likely need the assistance of fellow Guardians, so hopefully they have also read this guide. The ship may make a second appearance, but we suggest that you do your best to destroy it immediately. Once the ship has been destroyed, the drill will disappear and a yellow-bar Centurion, the Excavation Valus, will spawn. Defeat him to claim the rewards of completing this Heroic Public Event.

In Destiny 2, the last safe city on Earth has fallen and lays in ruins, occupied by a powerful new enemy and his elite army, the Red Legion. Every player creates their own character called a “Guardian,” humanity’s chosen protectors. As a Guardian in Destiny 2, players must master new abilities and weapons to reunite the city’s forces, stand together and fight back to reclaim their home. In Destiny 2 players will answer this call, embarking on a fresh story filled with new destinations around our solar system to explore, and an expansive amount of activities to discover. There is something for almost every type of gamer in Destiny 2, including gameplay for solo, cooperative and competitive players set within a vast, evolving and exciting universe.

hings You Didn’t Know About Crash Bandicoot

Sonic and Mario have always been titans within the video games industry, but it was suddenly a very exciting time when other mascots started to jump into the fray. It may have taken some time, but the wacky creation from out of Naughty Dog Crash Bandicoot not only found a loving audience, but he also became the PlayStation’s unofficial mascot. The Crash Bandicoot series started with very humble beginnings, but it’s now a franchise that’s seen over 18 titles on a multi-platform scale, shipping more than 50 million copies worldwide. The evolution of this reckless bandicoot has seen the character go through a fascinating transformation since his console debut in 1996. The platform hero has slowly found himself in racing titles and party games, fleshing out his resume in the process.

The Crash Bandicoot character went into a hibernation of sorts for a number of years, but seems to have found himself more popular than ever with the recent release of a remake of the original Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy.

  1. The story behind Crash Bandicoot: Wrath of Cortex is just devastating for die-hard Crash fans. The title began as an ambitious, exciting return to the franchise, but in the end would get caught up in legal battles between publishers, with the beloved bandicoot being the real casualty in all of this. Wrath of Cortex was intended to be designed by Mark Cerny, the person responsible for designing all of the previous Crash titles. Cerny’s plan was to move the series from its platforming roots into more of a free-roaming game that would fall back on puzzle elements. The new direction could have certainly been exactly what the stalling series was in need of, but due to Universal Interactive Studios signing a deal with Konami that would turn Crash into a multi-platform character, Sony and Mark Cerny would find themselves falling out of favor with Universal. This latest development would not only see Wrath of Cortex being forced to become a traditional Crash platformer, but developer Traveller’s Tales were also only given 12 months to finish the game from scratch. Considering all of this, it’s a surprise that Wrath of Cortex is even halfway decent.
  2. Did those hand-drawn FMV sequences during Crash Twinsanity’s intro and ending ever feel a little unusual and out of place to anyone? Well, they were actually using those animated segments as prototypes in a hypothetical Crash Bandicoot cartoon. Allegedly, the Crash Bandicoot animated series would have followed much of the same model and style of the Earthworm Jim animated series. Sony, however, adopted the opinion that 3D animation should be there priority at the moment, with this leading to the series effectively being abandoned. While it’s definitely a bummer that a Crash TV show never got to happen, a two-volume manga based on Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back did come out in 1998. If the pages are flipped really quickly it kind of looks like a cartoon. That being said, sporadic appearances by Crash (as well as Spyro) in the Skylanders Academy series might be evidence of the waters being tested for a possible new Crash series.
  3. Speaking of Spyro, remember the time that the Crash and Spyro officially joined forces to take on the combined efforts of Cortex and Ripto? No? Well prepare for some minds to be blown. Crash and Spyro were both some of the more popular PlayStation mascots, and thus slowly found themselves cameoing in each other’s titles as some welcome fan service. In 2004, Vicarious Visions wanted to try something different with both of these respective titles, attempting a massive crossover event in the process. The results are Crash Bandicoot Purple: Ripto’s Rampage and Spyro Orange: The Cortex Conspiracy, two connective titles for the Game Boy Advance. These games see the main antagonists from the Crash and Spyro series, Cortex and Ripto, joining forces and pitting Crash and Spyro against one another. More companies really ought to try out things like this. Imagine a Metroid game where you fight a bunch of bosses from the Kirby games. While the games themselves may be flawed, these are still worth checking out for the spectacle alone.

 

Play Don Bradman Cricket 14 on PC With Keyboard

 

Don Bradman Cricket 14 is a new multi-platform cricket game which provided a significant boost to its company after they released that game.  Unlike EA Cricket 2007 or Ashes Cricket 2009 it requires a gameplay controller for playing. But being the fan of standard keyboard controls, it’s tough for someone like me to play with a controller. Rather than this, I should prefer to play Don Bradman Cricket 14 with keyboard. So, to solve this problem, we do some research and finds that you can play DBC 14 with your keyboard.

So, let’s begin with the main point. Read this guide carefully unless you’ll find it difficult to play Don Bradman Cricket 14 with your keyboard. Follow some simple points below.

  1. Firstly, you need x360ce and VJoy to map your keyboard to your game. You can download these from the following links.
  2. This two software comes in an Archive, and you need to extract them. You can use WinRAR or 7Zip for this purpose
  3. Now extract VJoy & x360ce from that archive and run ‘VJoySetup.exe.
  4. After that copy, all the files present in ‘x360ce_Don Bradman Cricket 14’ and paste in your game’s root folder or where you have installed your game.
  5. Now you should run VJoy & then you need to click on the “Open INI“ icon. Select or click on  “cricket14.ini” from that VJoy folder where you have extracted VJoy. Now, you just need to click on “Enable“.
  6. Open your DBC17 Installation folder & select the “XinputTest.exe“. It must show the status it as Connected.
  7. After that minimize “XinputTest.exe“ app. Don’t close it because if you do that, then you’ll not be able to use this game with your keyboard.
  8. Open the “x360ce.exe” app from the folder and then minimize the window and then you can start playing your game.
  9. But if it’s showing as Not connected in the XInput Test then, You should follow the following step.
  10. Now, go to your C: WindowsSystem32 folder & you need to copy “dinput8.dll” from that folder. After that paste it in your game’s root directory, where you’ve installed x360. Replace the file with the copied file from that Windows folder.

Note: If you still face any error then you can post it in the comments. But if it still doesn’t work that means your PC is not able to handle that.