Marvel & Telltale Games Game Series Announced for Year 2017

Marvel and Telltale Games have revealed a graphic adventure game series based on an unconfirmed Marvel property and it is set to be release in 2017.

To quote the new Marvel Telltale Games Series announcement:

“Marvel and Telltale Games Teaming Up for 2017

Announced this evening in San Francisco, we’re excited to reveal an all-new partnership with the incredible team at Marvel Entertainment. We’ll be teaming up on the development of an upcoming Telltale game series project set to premiere in 2017.

As you can see, details are pretty vague at the moment on how the game will look like and how the experience will feel like but for now, at least we know that a game is being developed by Marvel and Telltale Games for 2017. And to give a brief statement based on our point of view, we think that it's an episodic game based on the heroes of the Marvel comics. Well, it's Telltale that is great at story-telling games and Marvel which we know are the powerhouse of Superheroes. So, it's very obvious we think.

Stay tuned for more news about this upcoming game...

Narrative Driven Indie Action Adventure "Toren" Coming Next Month Exclusively on PC & PS4

The Toren videogame release date is set for May 12, 2015 exclusively for PC & PS4. Toren is a narrative-driven Action Adventure with stylish graphics and a compelling story developed by an Indie-studio out of Brazil called “Swordtales”.

Check out this trailer for Toren, which details the game’s compelling narrative and showcases it’s age-based hook.
Toren has been critically acclaimed, winning an “Honorable Mention” at the Independant Games Festival, and awarded with “Finalist in Design Art” at the Brasil Game Show and “Finalist in Design Art” for IndiePub.

Experience the mysterious, timeless world of Toren, the first adventure game from Brazilian indie developer Swordtales. You are Moonchild, destined to climb the tower (known as Toren) on a hauntingly solitary journey to find your purpose. You must solve puzzles and face monsters as you struggle to climb to the top of this beautiful, yet treacherous environment, driven by the will to find your freedom.

Key Toren Features:

A Journey of Learning & Fulfillment
As the story progresses your character will age from a mere infant to grown woman; creating new mechanics and challenges for each learning experience and phase of her life. In addition, the Tree of Life within the tower grows as she does, providing access to new areas to explore and new items to find.

Poetry Brought to Life
Toren features dark fantasy storytelling in a universe filled with symbolism. The mysterious, fantastical atmosphere is conveyed through an award-winning Art Design and Original Score. As your journey unfolds you will discover scrolls of poetry, which reveal the story and true origins behind Toren and aid the Moonchild in discovering her purpose.

Rich Puzzle Solving
Every stage of the game features new and progressively more deadly challenges for the player: solving environmental puzzles, learning how to avoid and survive attacks from dangerous creatures, and eventually defeating the end boss.

An Adult-Only Shooter Game Named "Hatred" Coming to PC this Year

The Hatred videogame release date is on June 1, 2015 exclusively for PC. The Adults-Only “AO”-rated isometric third-person shooter is in development by Polish Development Studio “Destructive Creations”.

Check out this third trailer for Hatred, which shows some of the game’s executions. Note: Violence & Adult Language.
After releasing on PC (Microsoft Windows), the developers hope to bring “Hatred” to Steam & GOG, if the platforms will allow it.

Considering the Adults-Only Rating, for “Intense Violence”, “Blood & Gore” & “Strong Language”, there’s a possibility “Hatred” won’t be allowed. Traditionally AO-Rated games are also banned from being released on console platforms. Will “Hatred” be any different? Time will tell.

“Hatred is an isometric shooter with a disturbing atmosphere of mass killing, where the player takes the role of a cold blood antagonist, who is full of hatred for humanity. It’s a horror, but here YOU are the villain.

Wander the outskirts of New York State, seeking for victims on seven free-roam levels. Fight against law enforcement and take a journey into the antagonist’s hateful mind. Gather equipment from the dead “human shields” to spread Armageddon upon society. Destroy everything on your way of hunt and fight back when it’s disturbed…

The question you may ask is: Why do they do this?

These days, when a lot of games are heading to be polite, colorful, politically correct and trying to be some kind of higher art, rather than just a piece of entertainment – we wanted to create something against trends. Something different, something that could give the player a pure, gaming pleasure.

Here comes our game, which takes no prisoners and makes no excuses. We say ‘yes, it is a game about killing people’ and the only reason the antagonist is doing that sick stuff is his deep-rooted hatred.

The player has to ask himself what can push any human being to mass-murder. We provoke this question using Unreal Engine 4, pushing its physics (or rather “PhysX”) systems to the limits and trying to make the visuals as good as possible.

It’s not a simple task, because of the game’s non-linear structure and a lot of characters on the screen. But here at Destructive Creations, we are an experienced team and we know how to handle the challenge!”

Hatred made all kinds of headlines due to it’s extreme-violence and it’s twisted ideology, which literally casts players as a mass-killer; and the game rewards them for mowing down innocents, civilians, cops & government officials alike on a genocidal rampage. The developers say Hatred is a reaction to the “PC”-environment we live in today where Political Correctness has run amok. They say Hatred eschews politeness, colorfulness, and the idea of “games as art”; instead giving the player only one goal; “Kill everything & murder everyone.”

The developers say “Hatred” is a return to the rebellious roots of the videogame medium, where games like Grand Theft Auto, Manhunt, Mortal Kombat, Carmageddon, Thrill Kill, Night Trap & Doom made waves & news headlines (not to mention big sales and notoriety) for their controversial, non-filtered, violent adult-content.

Of course the premise of this game takes things to another level… And has more in common with the indie game “Super Columbine Massacre RPG!” than the mainstream games above (by comparison); although “Hatred” is being made by a very large team of developers with a much higher-budget and much higher fidelity visuals than the Columbine indie-game.

The debut trailer for Hatred got a huge reaction that even surprised the developers, who stated that Hatred has no “fake philosophy” and only offers surface-entertainment and is made to make players question “Why?” They also say Hatred doesn’t cross a moral boundery, and those who disagree with what it offers can opt not to play it. The ambient music & dark graphical asthetic in the game was intentionally created to be completely devoid of joy, where nothing is justified, it just happens.

Hatred gained infamy after the game was originally pulled by Steam on Steam Greenlight… but then reposted with a personal letter of apology from Valve-founder Gabe Newell. Reaction to the game’s announcement by the media, mainstream & gaming press, has been largely negative; however that press gained the game widespread excitement from many gamers; especially after seeing the very polished gameplay in action.

Check out another trailer of Hatred. Grisly violence within.

Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Official Release Date Has Finally Been Revealed

The Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Announced by Treyarch release date has been confirmed by publisher Activision and developer Treyarch. The latest game in the first-person shooter blockbuster franchise will launch worldwide for Xbox One, PS4 & PC on Friday, November 6th, 2015! 4-Player Co-Op Campaign & Zombies Mode included alongside the usual multiplayer madness!

Watch the Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 reveal trailer!


The Call of Duty: Black Ops III multiplayer Beta* will be available on Xbox One, PlayStation® 4 system and PC. Actual platform availability and launch date(s) to be determined. See for more details and redemption instructions. After redeeming a Beta Access code, stay tuned for more detail on how and when players can access the Beta. Limited time only, while Beta codes last, at participating retailers. Internet connection is required.

*To access multiplayer on Xbox One, Xbox Live Gold membership (sold separately) required; on PlayStation 4, PlayStation Plus (sold separately) required.


Call of Duty: Black Ops III delivers a campaign that can be played as a full single player game or co-op online with up to four players, the deepest, most rewarding multiplayer ever offered in Call of Duty and, a mind blowing Call of Duty Zombies experience that, for the first time, features its own XP progression system. Call of Duty: Black Ops III is in development for Xbox One, the all-in-one games and entertainment system from Microsoft, PlayStation® 4 computer entertainment system and PC.

The Call of Duty: Black Ops III campaign deploys players into a future world, where bio-technology coupled with cybernetic enhancements has given rise to a new breed of Black Ops soldier. Through Direct Neural Interface (DNI) technology, players are now connected to the intelligence grid and their fellow operatives during battle. In a world more divided than ever, this elite squad consists of men and women who have enhanced their combat capabilities to fight faster, stronger and smarter.

The most engaging and rewarding multiplayer offering to date debuts a new momentum-based, chained-movement system that allows players to move fluidly through custom-built environments with finesse, all while maintaining complete control over their weapon at all times. Treyarch also introduces its new Specialist system, which lets players choose and rank up nine elite Black Ops soldiers, each with their own look, personality, voice and battle-hardened weapons and abilities, fundamentally changing the way players engage in combat. Multiplayer is rounded out with an all-new weapon customisation system that give players more powerful tools than ever to build and personalise that perfect weapon. Additional details about multiplayer will be announced at a later date.


No Treyarch title would be complete without its signature Zombies, rounding out the offering. Call of Duty: Black Ops III delivers a completely unique Zombies experience and is the most immersive and ambitious Zombies to date, complete with a new XP progression for players, adding unprecedented levels of depth and re-playability.


“Nearly 100 million people have played Call of Duty: Black Ops and Call of Duty: Black Ops II, making it the most-played series in Call of Duty history. And those fans are about to get the best Black Ops game we’ve made yet with Call of Duty: Black Ops III.” said Eric Hirshberg, CEO, Activision. “This is Treyarch’s first three year development and man, have they made the most of it; with a ton of innovation across all modes of play and of course a mind bending, wild ride of a story, Black Ops style. Our fans will get a taste for themselves with a Beta later this year. But for now, Black Ops is back.”

The Black Ops series is the most played in Call of Duty history with nearly 100 million registered players having played Call of Duty: Black Ops and Call of Duty: Black Ops II combined. For award-winning studio, Treyarch, this marks the first time with three-years for development, which has been fully leveraged to bring the Black Ops series to next gen with Call of Duty: Black Ops III.

“Black Ops III is without a doubt, the most ambitious project ever in the history of our studio. Since the launch of Black Ops II, we have been pushing ourselves to develop the best Call of Duty game we can for the millions of fans that continue to play our games, even to this day,” said Mark Lamia, Studio Head of Treyarch. “We’ve been taking advantage of the three year development cycle by pushing our game design forward in every way imaginable, crafting all-new experiences, mechanics, systems and characters, all in the deepest Call of Duty that we’ve ever made. This really is like getting three games in one.”

“Call of Duty is an entertainment juggernaut that continues to reinvent itself year after year with new storylines and exciting features,” said Bob Puzon, senior vice president of merchandising, GameStop. “We’ve been able to get an early look at Call of Duty: Black Ops III and are extremely impressed with what we’ve seen and expect it to be a huge hit yet again.”

How to Reach Level 70 on Diablo 3 in a Minute or Less

Did you think that you have the most efficient powerleveling method in Diablo III? Well, you might get stunned and drop your jaw when you see the video below.

Twitch streamer Datmodz stands around in a high level dungeon while his mates rake in the XP, tapping a variety of buffs and equipping a couple of different rings in order to expedite the process.

And you ask what he will get from doing this stuff? a level 70 character in Diablo 3 which was leveled up from 1 to 70 for only a minute! Now how's that for a powerleveling in Diablo 3!

Now see it for yourself by watching the video below.

Gamevil's Fantasy Online RPG "Dragon Blaze" Has Been Soft Launched on Google Play

Become a Legend in GAMEVIL’s Dragon Blaze

Begin the adventure and become a legend in the hit Korean mobile RPG Dragon Blaze, soft launched today on Google Play. Developed by FLINT and published by GAMEVIL, Dragon Blaze is an enchanting fantasy RPG filled with dynamic characters and vibrant battle sequences. The game begins with the return of Deathcrown, the fearsome dragon king of the living and the dead. Since his return, humans and dragons have been at war, and players must now take on the duty of saving the human race as one of five heroes: Warrior, Archer, Mage, Priest, or Rogue. Throughout the journey, players will recruit and train other team members to assist them in battling creatures in Dragon’s Landing and ending the war.

Dragon Blaze has four main game modes:
  • Adventure: Travel through Dragon’s Landing at various levels – Normal, Hero, Legend, and Myth – to combat enemies, recruit allies, and unfold the story.
  • Boss Raid: Join real-time 4-player boss raids and receive rare items and weapons as rewards.
  • PvP Arena: Challenge other players and receive avatars to strengthen and customize your heroes.
  • Labyrinth: Explore the labyrinth, fight against endless waves of enemies, and gather gold.
Players can improve their heroes by leveling up, equipping weapons, and learning passive and active skills. The game also has an extensive Quest system and a Guild system, which provide additional rewards.

Dragon Blaze was originally launched on Korea’s KakaoTalk messaging platform in February 2014, and became one of GAMEVIL’s most successful titles. Downloaded 5 million times, the game has consistently remained a top ten grossing app in Korea, having reached the No. 1 spot on App Store and no. 4 spot on Google Play, domestically.

Dragon Blaze is available for free download on Google Play on the follow countries:
Canada, Spain, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Netherlands, Sweden, Australia, Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Vietnam

Download on Google Play:  

Halo 5: Guardians Gets an Official Release Date on Xbox One

The Halo 5: Guardians release date has been announced as October 27, 2015 (worldwide), exclusively for Xbox One! The sequel to Halo 4 and the fifth core game in Microsoft’s long-running premier franchise, Halo 5 will mark the next chapter in the Halo series and the first next-gen entry in the franchise. It is being developed by 343 Industries, the same developer who crafted Halo 4.

Check out this trailer video for the cover art, animated, for Halo 5!
Halo 5: Guardians Cover Art Reveals New Spartans

“As we draw closer to the release of Halo 5: Guardians on October 27, 2015, fans around the world continue to unravel new details around the Xbox One exclusive.

As a continuation of the Halo 5 #HUNTtheTRUTH campaign tumblr that has captured the attention of fans through multiple live-action trailers (“All Hail” and “The Cost”) and an episodic audio series available on – Xbox fans around the world came together to reveal the cover art for Halo 5: Guardians.

Check out the Halo 5 live-action “All Hail” trailer:
Last week, several cryptic images were released to various online channels across the globe… no instructions, no explanation, no references to the Halo universe. It didn’t take long for Halo Nation to scour the Internet to piece together the mystery to reveal the cover art for Halo 5: Guardians.

Today, we’re proud to release the final cover art for Halo 5: Guardians, including a special video version that highlights the Spartan fireteams that play a crucial role in the showdown between the Master Chief and Spartan Locke.

Who are these Spartans? This and many more mysteries will be uncovered as we draw closer to the world premiere of Halo 5: Guardians at E3 2015. Join us we #HUNTtheTRUTH.

Be sure to check Halo Waypoint Official Site for updated Halo information and keep tuning into Xbox Wire Official Xbox News Website for the latest on Halo 5: Guardians.”

Check out the Halo 5 live-action “The Cost” trailer:

How to Unlock All 77 Badges in NBA 2K15 [Guide]

Here is the guide on how to unlock all 77 badges in NBA 2K15.

But before you read it below, please read first the important key notes so that you will not have problem on unlocking each badges in the famous sport game this 2015.

Important Notes:
  • Simulating games will not count towards earning badges. You must play the games to meet the requirements.
  • Only one badge can be earned in MyPark / Jordan Rec Center (Swagger).
  • Badges can be earned by playing on any difficulty.
  • Unless specifically noted, any position can earn any badge.
  • Unlike what many believe, having the Cool and Collected or Volume Shooter badges will not prevent you from getting “hot” (which is required to earn Unfazed and Microwave).
  • Getting ejected or fouling out of a game will not impact your ability to earn badges.
  • For the ankle breaker dribble move badges, like Killer Crossover, you’ll generally have better luck earning them if you try the moves when you’re within 25 feet of the basket.
  • When earning a badge requires you to meet the requirements “in a single season”, it means just that. You cannot carry over stats or games played to the next season to earn the badge.
Here is the video which will teach you how to unlock all 77 badges in NBA 2K15:

Below is the details on how to unlock all badges in NBA 2K15: 

Alpha Dog
You must be the highest rated offensive player on your team. You need to play 60% of the teams minutes per game in a running 30 game window (i.e. the last 30 games and you cannot earn it until you’ve played at least 25 games). If you change teams, or a new player comes to your team, and you are no longer the highest rated offensive player on the team, you’ll lose Alpha Dog.

Beta Dog
You must be the second highest rated offensive player on your team. You need to play 60% of the teams minutes per game in a running 30 game window (i.e. the last 30 games and you cannot earn it until you’ve played at least 25 games). If you change teams, or a new player comes to your team, and you are no longer the second highest rated offensive player on the team, you’ll lose Beta Dog.

Prime Time
You must play better in games of “significance” than non-significant games. Significant games are games against rivals, power teams, playoff games, hometown visits and games where you are playing against the last team you played for (if it applies). You must play 10 significant games within the season. To determine if you’re playing “better”, we have a fairly powerful algorithm that looks at various statistics.

Cool and Collected
If you never reach “Frozen” in your offensive hot/cold status in a running 10 game window (i.e. last 10 games), you will earn Cool and Collected. When you have two blue rings in your player indicator, you are considered Frozen.

Road Dog
You must play better on the road than at home. We look at a running 20 game window, and you cannot earn this badge until you’ve played at least 20 games. The same algorithm is used for this badge that is used for Prime Time.

In the final 40% of the 4th quarter, as well as all overtimes (entire overtime), you must shoot 50% or higher from the field. The game must be within 10 points, and in this 4th quarter / OT time frame to count. Once you’ve tallied up a total of 40 field goal attempts in this time frame, and followed the rest of the rules, you will earn Closer.

Fierce Competitor
If you shoot 50% or better on at least 50 total field goal attempts when your team is down 10 or more, you will earn Fierce Competitor.

Spark Plug
In a 6 game running window (you cannot earn until 6 games have been played), you must average at least 7 points per game while coming off the bench.

Use the in-game “ambient button” in MyPark 50 times

Get 10 non-flagrant, hard fouls in a single season

Reach year 4

Heart and Soul
Reach year 4, but you must stay with the same team all 4 years

Floor General
Have a career assist average of 5 or more, play at least 30 games in a season or career, and raise your Playmaker discipline to Level 18.

Defensive Anchor
Play at least 30 games in a season or career and raise your Defender discipline to Level 18.

Gatorade® Hardened
Play 20 games in a row where you average 80% of the teams minutes or more. Stamina and Durability attributes must be as follows:
  • PG, SG, SF: Stamina & Durability 90
  • PF, C: Stamina 85, Durability 90
All-Time Great
In your last 15 played games (you must play at least 15), divide your field goal attempts by your assists. If the ratio of FGA to Assists is higher than this, you’ll earn All-Time Great. It is possible to lose this badge in favor of Low Ego.
  • PG: 4 to 1 FGA to Assist ratio
  • SG: 4.5 to 1 FGA to Assist ratio
  • SF: 5 to 1 FGA to Assist ratio
  • PF: 8 to 1 FGA to Assist ratio
  • C: 8 to 1 FGA to Assist ratio
Low Ego
In your last 15 played games (you must play at least 15), divide your field goal attempts by your assists. If the ratio of FGA to Assists is lower than this, you’ll earn Low Ego. It is possible to lose this badge in favor of All-Time Great.
  • PG: 2 to 1 FGA to Assist ratio
  • SG: 2.5 to 1 FGA to Assist ratio
  • SF: 3 to 1 FGA to Assist ratio
  • PF: 6 to 1 FGA to Assist ratio
  • C: 6 to 1 FGA to Assist ratio
These are earned through your responses in scenes. The more positive/excited answers will lead to the Friendly badge, while the more careful, unsupportive answers will lead to Reserved.

Legendary Work Ethic
This is earned by agreeing to shoot around extra before the game with either your teammate or the assistant coach in the scene where they ask you to do so.

Keep It Real/Pat My Back
This is earned based on your performance in the next 5 games after being given a motivational-type speech in a scene by either his teammate or the assistant coach. Improved stats lead to the Pat My Back badge, and worse stats lead to the Keep It Real badge.

Laid Back/Expressive
These are earned through your responses in almost all scenes. Answers that are on the mellow/humble side of things will lead to the Laid Back badge, while answers on the excited/arrogant side of things will lead to the Expressive badge.

This is earned if you get either the Laid Back or Expressive badge first, and then you start shifting your answers in scenes enough towards the other end of the spectrum.

Mind Games
This is earned through by giving the extreme, over-the-top response in a handful of scenes, particularly those involving trash-talking, or when first joining a new team.

In the last 15 games played, get your player “Hot” for 4 straight gameplay minutes, 3 different times. When you have two red rings in your player indicator, you are considered “Hot”. This can be while on offense, defense, or both.

Volume Shooter
In a single season, have at least 8 games where you attempt 25 field goals or more

Get your player “Hot” on offense at some point in the game for 5 consecutive games. When you have two red rings in your player indicator, you are considered “Hot”.

Corner Specialist
In a single season, make 25 corner three pointers, while shooting 40% or better on your last 25 corner threes. The corner is where the baseline and the sideline meet.

Screen Outlet
In a single season, set 100 screens. Contact with the defender must be made for it to be considered a screen.

Make 100 well-contested jumpers from 15 feet or further from the hoop in a single season. Keep in mind it will be more difficult for you to earn this badge on the easier difficulties.

Limitless Range
In a single season, make 30 long-distance three pointers (i.e. 26 feet or further from the basket0, while shooting 30% or better in your long-distance makes this season.

Bank Is Open
Make 30 jumpers off the backboard in a single season. Layups, hooks, heaves and floaters do not count.

Tear Dropper
In a single season, attempt 50 runners or floaters.

Fade Ace
Take 30 fade-away jumpers in a single season.

Shot Creator
In a single season, take 200 of the following types of moving shots:
  • Pull-ups
  • Spin Shots
  • Hop Step Jumpers (which includes stepback jumpers)
Lob City Finisher
Catch and finish 15 alley-oops in a single season. It doesn’t matter if you finish the alley-oop with a layup or a dunk.

Sprite® Posterizer
Attempt 15 contact dunks in a single season.

Spin Lay-in
Attempt 20 spin lay-ups in a single season.

Attempt 50 hop step layups in a single season.

King of Euros
Attempt 50 euro step layups in a single season.

Attempt 15 reverse and 4 change-shot layups in a single season. You must do both.

Dream-Like Up and Under
In a single season, attempt 50 up and under shots out of the post.

Post Spin Technician
In a single season, spin or drive out of the post 100 times.

Use the drop-step move in the post 70 times in a single season.

Post Hoperator
Attempt 20 hop shots out of the post in a single season.

Post Stepback Pro
Attempt 30 stepback shots out of the post in a single season.

Killer Crossover
In a single season, attempt 200 driving crossover or 100 driving double crossover dribble moves.

Spin Kingpin
In a single season, attempt 75 spin dribble moves.

Stepback Freeze
In a single season, attempt 75 stepback dribble moves.

Behind the Back Pro
In a single season, attempt 75 behind the back dribble moves.

Hesitation Stunner
In a single season, attempt 75 hesitation dribble moves.

Master of In and Out
In a single season, attempt 75 in and out dribble moves.

Pet Move Size-Up
In a single season, attempt 75 size-up dribble moves.

One Man Fast Break
In a single season, score on a fast break 50 times. Your Speed, Ball Control and Defensive Rebound (or steal) attributes must be as follows
  • PG/SG = Pass Accuracy 75, Ball Control 85, Defensive Rebound 75 (or Steal 75)
  • SF = Pass Accuracy 70, Ball Control 75, Defensive Rebound 75 (or Steal 70)
  • PF/C = Pass Accuracy 60, Ball Control 60, Defensive Rebound 85 (or Steal 65)
Transition Finisher
In a single season, score on a fast break 50 times

Flashy Passer
In a single season, throw 40 flashy passes.

Break Starter
Get 250 defensive rebounds in a single season. Your Pass Accuracy and Defensive Rebound attributes must be as follows:
  • PG/SG = Pass Accuracy 75, Defensive Rebound 75
  • SF = Pass Accuracy 70, Defensive Rebound 75
  • PF/C = Pass Accuracy 60, Defensive Rebound 85
Pick & Roll Maestro
In a single season, as the ball-handler, call for a screen 100 times.

Lob City Passer
Throw 60 alley-oops in a single season

Get 200 assists in your last 25 played games. This must all happen in a single season and you must play those 25 games. You cannot earn it in less than 25 games.

Hustle Points
In a single season, get 200 offensive rebounds.

In a single season, get 4 “loose ball save” teammate grade events.

Tenacious Rebounder
Pull down 400 rebounds in a single season.

Perimeter Lockdown Defender
Raise your Defender discipline to a Level 16. You must be a PG, SG or SF, and you must play 30 games before earning the badge.

Post Lockdown Defender
As a PF or C, raise your Defender discipline to a Level 16. As a SF, raise your Defender discipline to a Level 18. You cannot earn this badge as a PG or a SG. You must also play 30 games before earning the badge.

Charge Card
Draw 7 charges in a single season.

Pick Dodger
Your On-Ball Defensive IQ and Pick & Roll Defensive IQ attributes must be an 80 or higher, you must be a PG, SG or SF and you need to play 20 games before earning.

Get 50 “tipped pass” teammate grade events in a single season.

Pick Pocket
Get 50 “poke ball loose” teammate grade events in a single season.

Block 80 shots in a single season.

Chase Down Artist
Block 25 shots in a single season. Your Speed, Vertical and Blocking Attributes must be:

  • PG/SG = Speed 85, Vertical 80, Block 65
  • SF = Speed 80, Vertical 75, Block 70
  • PF/C = Speed 80, Vertical 60, Block 70
Your height to weight ratio (metric height / weight in lbs) must be 0.905 or lower. Your weight must be 220 pounds or more.

You must play 10 games into the season. And your strength attribute must be as follows:
  • PG: 70
  • SG: 75
  • SF: 80
Note: You are currently unable to earn this as a PF/C

Brick Wall
Get 100 “good screen” teammate grade events in a single season. Finally, your strength attribute must be:
  • PG = 70
  • SG = 75
  • SF/PF/C = 80
On Court Coach
Raise your Playmaker and either your Inside Scorer or Jump Shooter discipline to Level 20.

If you are finish reading here, then proceed on How to Upgrade Badges in NBA 2K15 with Cheat Engine [Offline]

Credits: Special thanks to pramu22 for the video guide and to Zach Timmerman for the details.

Broken Age Act 2 Complete Walkthrough Guide on PC, Mac, Linux, PS4, PS Vita, iOS & Android

Here's a walkthrough guide for Broken Age Act 2 which will teach you the puzzle solutions and different strategies to finish the game from beginning gameplay to end. This guide is suitable for the PC, Mac, Linux, PS4, PS Vita, iOS & Android of the point-and-click graphic adventure of Double Fine Production.

Shay & Vella’s Story Continued

Welcome to the Broken Age Act 2 walkthrough! 

The game’s creator Tim Schafer recommends you play through Act 1 again before you start Act 2 to get a story refresher course. To quote: “There are just so many hints and story set ups that happen in Act 1 that you need to remember for Act 2 to make sense. Anyway, whatevs. You don’t have to start over. That’s just my recommendation. I’m like that waiter that tells you how to eat your food. No actual legal authority, but you know he’s right about the ponzu sauce.”

Vella begins inside the beast that she knocked out at the end of Act 1. Whereas Shay emerges on the Shellmound Beach where Mog Chothra fell, where he meets his dad and wanders to the left to look for help.
Act 2 Finale Last Puzzle Solution & Ending
Here’s the detailed Shay & Vella Finale walkthrough courtesy of the creators. After the the Mog ships have collided in front of the Plague Dam, Shay and Vella need to figure out a way to get unstuck.

Choose Vella:
• Go to Hallway Bedroom
• Pick up the bustedSafety Hexipal
• Look on the back of the Safety Hexipal to get the correct Safety Ability Codes
• Go to Mom’s Room
• Use the Laser Trigger
• A series of cutscenes will play, in one of which Alex will run through the door leading to the Lower Deck. Door to the Lower Deck is now open.

Switch to Shay:
• Split Screen plays and cuts to Pyramid Interior.
• Go through the now opened door to the Lower Deck
• Click on the Logbook to get the Harp Ability Code
• Head towards the Power Room, encountering the Droogs.
• Droogs prevent you from going to the Laser Switch.
• Go to Music Room
• Pick up the Broken Radio
• Go upstairs to the Dead Eye God Interior
• Use Broken Radio on Electrical Genius Hexipal who is dancing with Rocky (a cutscene plays where the Genius fixes the radio). Electrical Genius
Hexipal is added to Shay’s inventory
• Optional – Give Fixed Radioto Alex
• Program Electrical Genius Hexipal to use the Harp Ability
• Head to Empty Hull, towards the Power Room
• Use Electrical Genius Hexipal on Droogs. They now worship it and you by association — they will follow you around. Unfortunately, they’re still blocking the entrance to the Power Room, so you have to lure them to the music room to distract them.
• Go to the Music Room
• The Droogs stand by the door and as soon as Shay makes a motion towards the door, they appear to exit (ahead of Shay)
• To distract them, use Electrical Genius Hexipal on the Harp that’s in the room. The Droogs will now pretend to play the Harp and will not follow you out of the room (since their real object of affection is the ELECTRICAL GENIUS)
• Head to Power Room
• Get the Mallet from the power switch
• Walk round the back of the pillar
• Hit the Power Switch to restore power to the laser
• Go back to Music Room
• Pick up the Electrical Genius Hexipal from the Harp
• Reprogram the Hexipal for Safety Ability
• Combine Electrical Genius Hexipal + Mallet in the inventory
• Use Electrical Genius Hexipal + Mallet on Drum in the room. All the Droogs begin to make wild noise that summons Alex.
• Head back to the Pyramid Interior

Switch to Vella:
• From the Main Bridge head to Situation Room.
• Pick up SCRAP WIRE from console.
• Go to Nav Room.
• Wire the Safety Hexipal to Harp Playing Ability
• Climb down the stairs
• Use Safety Hexipal on Space Weaver’s Scarf to tickle him. Cutscene plays that summons Mom from her room.
• (If Shay has messed with the Grabbing Gary, causing Mom to shut it down, head to Mom’s Room, else head to the Main Bridge)
• Verify that the Boom Arm Controls setting is “Manual”
• Head to Main Bridge

Switch to Shay:
• Alex should still be distracted in the Music Room.
• Head to the Dead Eye God Interior
• Use Grabbin’ Garry Button

Switch to Vella:
• On the Main Bridge. Mom should still be distracted in the Nav Room.
• Use the Laser Trigger again!

How to figure out the Hexipal Wiring Puzzle Solutions:
The six glyphs each correspond to one of the six nodes on the back of the hexipal.
Let’s give them numbers…

6 – 2
5 – 3

Wire the hexipal like this using the three pieces of wire allowed for rewiring.
Note that the direction of the electrical pulse, does matter, and is denoted with “to” below…

1 to 2
3 to 4
5 to 6

Place the hexipal in the charge slot and it’ll show you a glyph corresponding to the node
numbers above. Draw these out next to each number.
Using this chart you can wire the hexipal in the correct order to match the patterns…
• Charge Up: Is the pattern for Shay in Act 2. Acquired from the photo in Hope’s Room.
• Dance: Is the default pattern for Shay’s Hexipal in Finale.
• Harp: Is the pattern used for Shay’s harp and Vella’s scarf. Pattern is acquired in Finale, Lower Deck.

After completing the last puzzle, you will get to see the Act 2 ending, credits and final cutscene.
And once you've finished all that, its...... THE END. :)

Credits: Special thankst to Double Fine Production and NukemDukem for the walkthrough guides.

How to Unlock All Achievements/Trophies on Broken Age for PC, Mac, Linux, iOs & Android

Here is a guide which will teach you how to unlock all achievements in Broken Age for PC, Mac, Linux, iOs and Android. This Broken Age achievement guide will you that there are 45 Achievements (0 Secret Achievements) to earn in the PC, Mac, Linux and Mobile versions.

Broken Age Achievements Guide

1. 3.3 — Unlock all Broken Age Achievements.

2. Is Something Wrong? — Make a Spoon Sweat.

3. Picky Eater — Examine all breakfast options.

4. Whoops! — Disrupt Shay’s daily routine.

5. Flawless Execution — Complete all rescue missions with zero errors.

6. Inhibited — Inhibit a powerful entity.

7. Gary Has His Reasons — Hear 20 reasons why Gary won’t grab that.

8. Armed — Take Control of the Boom Arms.

This video guide shows you how to override the ship’s Boom Arms.
9. Doomed — Travel to a forbidden location.

This video guide shows how to get to Prima Doom.

10. Question Your Elders — Learn all you can about Sugar Bunting.

11. She’s Doomed Us All — Escape the Maidens Feast.

Here are the steps that explain how to escape from Mog Chothra.
12. Make Up for Some Hygiene Demerits — Get to know someone in a precarious position.

13. Mother and Child Reunion — Reunite a mother and child.

14. Something Not Light About Her — Leave an isolated town.

15. Produce Distributor — Feed two different people a healthy snack.

16. Not Good With Directions — Endure a tight situation as long as you can.

17. Small Things Can Surprise You — Take down Mog Chothra.

Here are the steps that explain how to make a death ray to take down Mog Chothra at the Maidens Feast.
18. Please Don’t Tell Anyone — Complete Act 1 of Broken Age.

19. Are You Trying to Get Rid of Me? — Find 30 unique reactions to the Spoon.

20. Get Hyper — Return a missing spaceship part.

21. Knot Too Difficult — Clear up a tangled situation in one attempt.

22. “My Lightness!” — Return a heavy duty spaceship part.

23. Sick of Fish — Visit someone in jail.

24. “What’s up with all the feathers?” — Commission a custom garment.

25. “I’ll bet the undercarriage on this baby is shot.” — Get a family member’s help on a big project.

26. Make Like a Tree and Laugh — Tell a great joke in one attempt.

27. How’d I Do? — Follow up on a successful performance.

28. “And, they do windows!” — Find a genius.

29. “What can I say? I know boots.” — Answer some tough questions quickly.

30. There Is Hope — Get to the ship’s brain.

31. No Retreat — Execute a PERFECT escape.

32. “That kind of thing can be pretty convincing.” — Get to know a stranger.

33. “Not everyone has the stomach for perfection.” — Uncover an unsavory scheme.

34. We Talked That Fight Right Out of You — Talk to the boss.

35. Turn That Frown Upside Down — Remove 8 sad faces from the Bassinostra.

36. Greetings from Obvious Town — Reconnect with some old friends.

37. Holy Smokes — Deploy a weapon of mass destruction.

38. Go With Your Instincts — Chart a course away from danger.

39. Dammed — Complete Act 2 of Broken Age.

40. “Eh, eh-eh. Eh eh, eh-eh!” — Make someone strut their stuff.

41. He Must Have a Reason — Stand up for someone even though you haven’t met him.

42. The Next Most Logical Course of Action — Start a group dance party.

43. She Must Have a Reason — Stand up for someone even though you haven’t met her.

44. Unbroken — Complete Broken Age.

45. Let’s Get This Good Time Over With — Complete Broken Age in under an hour, not counting loading and paused gameplay.

Credits: Special thanks to Double Fine Production and Skull24 for the list of achievement and guide how to get them.

How to Detect Earthquakes Using Your Mobile Phones

Did you know that you can use your mobile phone as a basic seismometer (to detect earthquakes)? our iPhone, iPad and most newer mobile phones can work as basic seismometers, the same instrument that is used to measure the magnitude of earthquakes and volcanoes. You don't need any app. You just need your built-in web browser like Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari, etc. so you can begin being a seismologist.

How to Detect Earthquakes Using Your Mobile Phones

Launch Google Chrome or the Safari browser on your mobile phone (or tablet) and then open this page. You should see a continuously moving waveform but if you slightly shake or tilt your mobile device, simulating seismic activity, the graph will capture these movements in real-time much like a seismograph.

The seismic intensity will vary depending on how vigorously (or slowly) you are shaking the phone (see the following screenshot) and will also change based on the orientation of the device. And you’ll be surprised to learn that this basic seismograph is written using simple JavaScript.

Most newer mobile devices have built-in accelerometers and gyroscopes and as you move the physical hardware, the changes in the orientation of the device and acceleration are detected by the browser which are then mapped into the seismograph.

The orientation and motion data are in turn captured by the HTML5 DeviceOrientation and DeviceMotion events of the browser. This works mostly on mobile devices but if you are using Google Chrome on the desktop, you can turn on the Accelerator option under Sensors inside Chrome Dev Tools to simulate motion.

Note: The code was originally published on in 2011 but the domain is no longer available.

Blade & Soul Warlock Class Guide [Markings, Rotations, Skills and Builds]

I. Introduction
Want to learn how to properly play a Warlock? Then you came to the right place!

Skill Translation for Warlock class by Di'el

Please read through the skill tree simulator. It will make it easier in understanding this guide and the class.

II. Markings
When playing as a Warlock, there will be two different marks that will appear above the target's head, here's what they are:

When a target is branded, your Ravageskill can be used and some skills (when spec'ed) can deal additional damage.

List of skills that apply brand.

Bounded Field

Border Slash (Must be spec'ed)

List of skills that does additional damage when a target is branded.

Open (Must be spec'ed)

Spirit Surge (Must be spec'ed)

A target that is marked will enable the Dimensional Bullet skill to be instant cast.

List of skills that apply mark.


Awakened Rupture (Can only be used when under the effects of Spiritualize)

Ruin (Familiar must be spec'ed as Offensive)

Raging Spirit

List of skills that can extend the duration of mark.

Spirit Surge (Must be spec'ed)

III. Main Rotation
Reminder: The rotations provided in this guide can be used with a ping of 200ms or above. Players with native, or low ping will have to make their own adjustments.

Also, you must be appropriately spec'ed in order to properly execute these rotations.

Rotation #1A

Summon (If not on CD) ⇒ Raging Spirit (Slow cast) ⇒ Spirit Surge (Slow cast) ⇒ Mantra ⇒ * *After Mantra, you can either spam Dimensional Bullet, or you can alternate between spamming Rupture and Dimensional Bullet.

Rotation #1B

Summon (If not on CD) ⇒ Bounded Field ⇒ Open ⇒ Raging Spirit (Instant cast) ⇒ Spirit Surge (Slow cast) ⇒ Mantra ⇒ *
*After Mantra, you can either spam Dimensional Bullet, or you can alternate between spamming Rupture and Dimensional Bullet.

Rotation #2

Border Slash ⇒ Ravage ⇒ Raging Spirit (Instant cast) ⇒ Spirit Surge (Instant cast) ⇒ Auto-Attack 1 ⇒ Auto-Attack 2 ⇒ Mantra ⇒ *
*After Mantra, you can either spam Dimensional Bullet, or you can alternate between spamming Rupture and Dimensional Bullet.

Rotation #2 (Extended version)

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Border Slash ⇒ Ravage ⇒ Raging Spirit (Instant cast) ⇒ Spirit Surge (Instant cast) ⇒ Auto-Attack 1 ⇒ Auto-Attack 2 ⇒ Mantra ⇒ Dimensional Bullet ⇒ Dimensional Bullet ⇒ Rupture ⇒ Dimensional Bullet ⇒ Dimensional Bullet ⇒ Rupture ⇒ Dimensional Bullet ⇒ Dimensional Bullet ⇒ Raging Spirit (Instant cast) ⇒ Spirit Surge (Instant cast) ⇒ Auto-Attack 1 ⇒ Auto-Attack 2 ⇒ Mantra ⇒ * *After Mantra, you can either spam Dimensional Bullet, or you can alternate between spamming Rupture and Dimensional Bullet.

Rotation #2 with Time Warp

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Border Slash ⇒ Ravage ⇒ Raging Spirit (Instant cast) ⇒ Spirit Surge (Instant cast) ⇒ Time Warp ⇒ Raging Spirit (Instant cast) ⇒ Spirit Surge (Instant cast) ⇒ Raging Spirit (Instant cast) ⇒ Spirit Surge (Instant cast) ⇒ Raging Spirit (Instant cast) ⇒ Spirit Surge (Instant cast) ⇒ Mantra ⇒ * *After Mantra, you can either spam Dimensional Bullet, or you can alternate between spamming Rupture and Dimensional Bullet.

IV. Extra Rotation
You can use these rotations as fillers when you can't use rotation #1A, #1B, or #2.

Rotation A

Dimensional Bullet (Slow cast) ⇒ Rupture ⇒ Dimensional Bullet (Instant cast) ⇒ Rupture ⇒ ** **Continue to repeat spamming Rupture and Dimensional Bullet.

Rotation B

Auto-Attack 1 ⇒ Auto-Attack 2 ⇒ Mantra ⇒ Spirit Surge (Slow cast) ⇒ Auto-Attack 1 ⇒ Rupture ⇒ * *After Mantra, you can either spam Dimensional Bullet, or you can alternate between spamming Rupture and Dimensional Bullet.

IV. Skill Point Priority
I'll be discussing and making recommendations on where to place your skill points.

Point placement will be as [C#, T#]. Here's an image reference (Using Di'el's format) to make it easier to understand.
Once again, be sure to read up on Di'el's skill tree simulator to make things easier for you. Also, the point placements are meant for PvE. I got nothing for PvP right now, so maybe someone else will provide a point placement for that someday.

Placement: [C1, T3]
Comment: Standard point allocation is C1.

Dimensional Bullet
Placement: [C1, T4] or [C2, T4] or [C3, T3]
Comment: C1 is good for solo targets that are CC-able, like Tower of Mushin for example. C2 is better for party when you have a LBM or Destroyer that can grab stuff. C3 is for AoE.

Placement: [C1, T3]
Comment: What's not to like about having a 20% critical damage boost?

Warding Charm
Placement: [C1, T2] or [C2, T2] (User Preference)
Comment: Warding Charm up to T2 in either column will suffice.

Placement: User Preference
Comment: If you got extra points to spare, put it wherever you want for Quell.

Placement: [C2, T3]
Comment: Basic point allocation. It does more damage and has no cooldown.

Placement: [C1, T3] or [C2, T3]
Comment: If you want stuff to die faster, put it in C1. If you want your familiar to survive longer then put it in C2.

Placement: User Preference
Comment: C1 if you want your familiar to blow up on someone or something, fun to use in PvP. C2 greatly enhances your party and awakens an ability, which allows it to deal a lot of damage than their original counter-part. C3 refreshes the cooldown of all skills up to 3 times.

Bounded Field
Placement: [C1, T3]
Comment: DoTs are always good. Take it.

Placement: [T1]
Comment: One point will do fine for PvE, and two points for PvP. If you got extra points to spare, you can go further in the tier.

Placement: [T4]
Comment: Go all the way down.

Raging Spirit
Placement: [C1, T3]
Comment: Standard point allocation. Get the Hongmun skill book for this ASAP and go into T4. You won't regret it, cause you will do a lot of damage.

Protection Charm
Placement: [C1, T2]
Comment: Immunity up to 5 hits is good for you, cause you're squishy. Go to T3 if you got extra points to spare.

Border Slash
Placement: [C1, T2]
Comment: T3 is user preference. You can choose to either down, groggy, or stun. Stun is on a longer cooldown FYI.

Circle of Purification
Placement: User Preference
Comment: If you got points to spare, take whatever you want. C3 is useless for PvE, except for maybe PvP. Maybe.

Spirit Surge
Placement: User Preference
Comment: C1 if you need to extend the duration of mark for up to 3 hits. C2 if you want more damage and heals, but it's on a longer cooldown. Both are good, so the choices are for you to decide.

Placement: User Preference
Comment: C1 does a knock back and marks the target. C2 will stun the target, which is required in order to do a self-stun.

Lunar Eclipse
Placement: User Preference
Comment: C1 if you want a longer immunity, but will put the skill on a longer cooldown. C2 if you want to root it as you SS, useful for something like Tower of Mushin when you need to root from time to time.

Nether Pulse
Placement: User Preference
Comment: Nether Pulse is the giant energy ball your familiar throws at a marked target. If you have points to spare, you can invest into this.

Circle of Gravity
Placement: User Preference
Comment: C1 allows the familiar to be a vacuum machine, which is annoying for PvP and useful for PvE when AoE'ing trash mobs. C2 is power boost. C3 for chi regeneration.

VI. Basic Skill Build
These are just basic builds when you reach level 50 with a divine level of 1. Make your own adjustments depending on either your own, or your party's needs.

How to Use: Copy the codes, open up Di'el's skill simulator, select "Save/Load Build" in the top right corner, then paste the codes in the white empty box and hit "Apply Code." All the points will automatically be placed for you, so you can see how it is set up.

[PvE] Solo, Single Target Build (Link)
{"character_level" : 50, "character_mastery_level" : 1, "character_job" : "WL", "json_slot_data" : {"28011" : "31", "28020" : "11", "28030" : "11", "28035" : "31", "28040" : "31", "28050" : "11", "28060" : "41", "28070" : "21", "28090" : "31", "28170" : "31", "28220" : "32", "28300" : "11", "28310" : "11", "28450" : "41", "28510" : "1", "28610" : "31", "28620" : "31", "28660" : "33", "28800" : "33"}}
[PvE] Party/Raid, Single Target Build (Link)
{"character_level" : 50, "character_mastery_level" : 1, "character_job" : "WL", "json_slot_data" : {"28011" : "31", "28020" : "11", "28030" : "11", "28035" : "31", "28040" : "31", "28050" : "11", "28060" : "41", "28070" : "21", "28090" : "31", "28170" : "31", "28220" : "32", "28300" : "11", "28310" : "11", "28450" : "42", "28510" : "1", "28610" : "31", "28620" : "31", "28660" : "32", "28800" : "32"}}
[PvE] Solo/Party/Raid, Multiple Target Build (Link)
{"character_level" : 50, "character_mastery_level" : 1, "character_job" : "WL", "json_slot_data" : {"28011" : "31", "28020" : "21", "28030" : "21", "28035" : "31", "28040" : "31", "28050" : "11", "28060" : "41", "28070" : "21", "28090" : "31", "28170" : "31", "28220" : "32", "28300" : "11", "28310" : "11", "28450" : "33", "28510" : "1", "28610" : "31", "28620" : "31", "28660" : "33", "28800" : "33"}}
Credits: Guide byKona