Meet the First Player Who Hit Level 110 in Legion in Just Five-and-a-half hours

Meet the First Player Who Hit Level 110 in Legion in Just Five-and-a-half hours
As the Legion expansion launches, World of Warcraft players begins their journey in leveling their characters to level cap of 110. However, one player just finished his journey in an amazing fashion.

Twitch user Fragnance claims to have gotten his demon hunter Sicklikeme (server Twisting Nether) to level 110 in five hours 28 minutes, and he streamed the whole thing. As a matter of fact, he's still streaming now and this time, his shadow priest leveled to 110.

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Fragnance and partner Gingi spent weeks preparing for today in the WOW Legion beta. They knew the routes, the quests and their plan inside out. There are numerous archived videos on Fragnance's Twitch channel that show the beta preparation for the speed run. Apparently levelling in pairs is the way to go.

Source: Twitch

Here are the Best Gym Defenders in Pokemon GO After the Recent Update

Here are the Best Gym Defenders in Pokemon GO After the Recent Update
Although many Pokemon Go players are content with leveling up and catching rare Pokemon, there are others who prefer to dig into the competitive aspect of the game. Unfortunately, like many of the game’s other features, it requires a ton of trial and error to determine which of your Pokemon are best equipped to battle at, win and effectively defend a gym once you take it over.

At least, it was trial and error, until GamePress published an incredibly comprehensive list of all the best gym defenders and their toughest match-ups.

If you’ve ever wondered why most gyms seem to be defended by a Snorlax, a Dragonite or a Lapras, it’s because those three Pokemon have the fewest weaknesses that can be exploited. Charizard and Gyarados might be strong in the Game Boy games and the cartoon, but in Pokemon Go, they aren’t better defenders than certain other popular Fire-type and Water-type Pokemon.

It’s worth noting that this list isn’t as simple as “strong-stronger-strongest.” Although the strength of an individual Pokemon does play a strong role in its tier placement, GamePress has also taken into account the potential counters that a given player will have when he or she attempts to steal a gym from you.

You need to visit GamePress for detailed explanations of each and every defender on the tier list, but the graphic below is a great starting point:

Fallout 4: Nuka World All 35 Star Cores Location Guide

Fallout 4: Nuka World All 35 Star Cores Location Guide
Image credit to AmUrDestiny
Galactic Zone dungeon Star Cores

There are four dungeons in Nuka World’s Galactic Zone – Starlight Interstellar Theater, Robco Battlezone, Vault-Tec: Among the Stars and Nuka Galaxy. Clearing these dungeons will net you a total of 23 Star Cores – more than enough to reboot the mainframe. These are the easiest Star Cores to find because you know how many there are in each area, and once the enemies are down, it’s just a matter of poking carefully into each corner.

The Star Cores in this area can be located at Starlight Interstellar Theater, RobCo Battlezone,Vault-Tec Among the Stars and Nuka Galaxy. If you manage to clear these dungeon, you will gain about 23 Star Cores which are enough to restart the mainframe.

As you've heard, there are 35 Star Cores in total and when you find them all, you gain access to the room wherein the Quantum Power Armor is located. Now to help you out, we've listed below the location of each Galactic Zone Dungeon Star Core in hierarchical order to make it easier for you to find the ALL Star Cores, and access the Quantum Power Armor room.

Starlight Interstellar Theater Star Cores

There are four Star Cores in this short, non-linear dungeon:

Within this area,, you'll find four Star Cores. And they are located:
  • From the entrance, take the left corridor until you reach the bathrooms towards the far end. Enter the men’s bathroom (blue paint) and look for a crack in one wall. There’s a dead trader in here with a Star Core.
  • From the entrance, explore the right corridor until you reach the kitchen at the far end. There’s a door in here behind which you’ll find the second Star Core.
  • Enter the main cinema area. There’s a console towards the rear of the room, opposite the screen, with a third Star Core.
  • Take either of the elevators to the catwalks or control room above the cinema. There’s a fourth Star Core in a console in the control room.
RobCo Battlezone Star Cores

There are six Star Cores in this dungeon, but you’ll need to survive some tough robot encounters to claim them.
  • From the entrance, enter the audience seating area and immediately turn left. Search along the wall for a locked door leading to a room with two Star Cores.
  • Take one of the passages between the blocks of audience seating to find the souvenir shop tucked away at the back. There’s a Star Core on a shelf.
  • Facing the robot battle arena, circle anti-clockwise to enter the tunnels underneath it; beware the sentry bot. There’s a Star Core on a console.
  • Finally, make a save and then enter the arena itself, where you can collect two Star Cores. Three waves of hostile robots will spawn in before you can exit, so be careful.
Vault-Tec: Among the Stars Star Cores

There are six Star Cores in this confusing and occasionally deadly dungeon.
  • From the entrance, take the elevator down to the start of the “ride”. In the are with rocks and Protectrons, look for a locked door hidden away from the ride path. There’s a Star Core in the room beyond.
  • Follow the ride path until you reach a living room display. There are multiple exits from this room. One locked sliding door leads to a small observation room with a Star Core.
  • Two of the exits from the living room area form a short loop. Along this route there’s a highly radioactive room. There’s a Star Core in this room.
  • Finally, there’s a nursery off the living room display area. Pick the locked sliding door here to enter the central office – watch out for the Novatron. One of the doors in this room leads to the main observation centre, where three Star Cores and a loot chest await.
Nuka Galaxy Star Cores

This linear dungeon includes seven Star Cores. If you’re a stealth character, activating ride lighting at any active terminal can help here. Otherwise, the standard emergency lighting makes navigation much easier.
  • From the entrance, proceed through the queueing lanes to the boarding area. Facing the direction the ride travels, look for a door to the right of the ride path. There’s a Star Core in this room.
  • From the last room, take the door leading deeper into the ride. When you reach a large room with multiple planets, cross to the opposite side of the ledge you start on, and find some stairs leading down. Cross the room to reach a corridor, and collect a Star Core from the console part way along it.
  • Continue along the corridors and take the elevator on your left. Turn left out of the elevator and find a small opening leading to the next room. There’s a console directly opposite this entrance where you can collect another Star Core.
  • Proceed right through the rocky set to reach a hidden door leading to a long set of stairs leading up. When you emerge back onto the ride track, immediately turn left and climb a short flight of stairs to reach a console with another Star Core.
  • At the end of the ride you can collect a Star Core and a key from a console at the disembarkation zone. Use the key on the nearby door to open a path back to the ride entrance. In the short tunnel between the ride entrance and ride exit there’s a short flight of stairs leading to an office. Collect a Star Core in here.
  • Finally, enter the tiny control booth off the office mentioned in the last bullet point and grab the last Star Core from the computers.
Nuka World and Galactic Zone Star Cores

There are 12 Star Cores to be found outside of dungeons. Seven of them are found in the Galactic Zone, while five are scattered around the broader Fallout 4: Nuka-World map.

Galactic Zone Star Cores

There are seven Star Cores to be found around the Galactic Zone park.
  • One Star Core is found near a corpse near the mainframe in Starport Nuka.
  • A second Star Core is found in a locked display case on the upper level of Starport Nuka.
  • At the base of Starport Nuka, go through the mesh gate and search the huts and sheds for a third Star Core near another corpse.
  • There’s a Star Core on the console at the top of the long stairs leading up to the Arcjet G-Force ride near Nuka Galaxy.
  • Facing the entrance ramp to Nuka Galaxy, search to the right for a small shed with another Star Core.
  • There’s one Star Core on the console near the bottom end of the Spacewalk; if you’re coming down the ramp from Starport Nuka, it’s on your right just at the end. Approaching from Robco Battlezone, it’s on the left before you go in and harder to see.
  • The final Star Core is on the top level of Starport Nuka, and is only accessible afetr completing the main story quest to restore power to Nuka World.
Nuka-World Star Cores

  • To get the last five Star Cores, you’ll need to explore the whole Nuka-World map.
  • On a table in the Nuka-Town Market.
  • Inside Nuka-Cade; turn right from the entrance and head back into an employee area.
  • In a barn north east of the junkyard found in the south west of the map (the Hubologist quest will take you to the junkyard if you’re having trouble finding it).
  • South of Doc Phosphate’s in Dry Rock Gulch, near a corpse.
  • Near a corpse in the Nuka-Cola Bottling Plant; face the Quantum area and turn right to locate it.
Star Core console ID

Look, we all know there’s no point playing games if you’re just going to cheat all the time, but we also know it’s very tiresome to do a bunch of fetch quests when you just want to shoot robots and pick pockets. So you’d be forgiven for wanting to spawn in 35 Star Cores through the console and tick the quest off that way.

Well, tough biscuits: it doesn’t work. Star Cores spawned with the console (ID 0601E367) can’t be installed in the mainframe. Buh-bow.

If you really want to cheat your way through Fallout 4: Nuka World, you’ll need to use the console to advance the quest stage until you have “collected” all 35 Star Cores, and then install the 35 Star Cores you added to your inventory. You could also just no-clip through the display case and grab the power armour if you don’t mind the quest hanging around unfinished in your journal.

Credits: Special thanks to AmUrDestiny for the video guide.

Where to Find All Hidden Cappy in Fallout 4: Nuka World (Location Guide)

Where to Find All Hidden Cappy in Fallout 4: Nuka World (Location Guide)
Cappy in a Haystack

To start the Cappy in a Haystack mission, you’ll need to first talk to Sierra Petrovita. She’s a blonde woman wearing a green shirt who can be found in Nuka-Town. Talk to her, and she’ll ask you to get her a Nuka-Cola Quartz (or you can skip this by passing a dialogue check). These can be found in a few places across the park, but I found the most in the Safari Zone.

Once she trusts you, Sierra will tell you her plan to find the Cappys. These hidden pictures require you to wear the Cappy glasses that Sierra gives to you.

Hidden Cappy Locations

There are 10 hidden Cappys, each one with its own letter. Once you collect all 10, you can spell the secret word to access Bradberton’s office.

What a hidden Cappy looks like without the Cappy glasses
Nuka-Town USA Hidden Cappy Locations

The hidden Cappy in Nuka-Town, hidden behind the restroom
G - This hidden Cappy is on the outside wall of Nuka-Town. To find it, look for a red brick bathroom building, this Cappy will be off to the left.

Galactic Zone Hidden Cappy Locations

The hidden Cappy by the Star Control employee's only area
S - Next to the Employees Only gated area behind Star Control

The hidden Cappy by the Spacewalk in the Galactic Zone
To the left of the “Spacewalk” tunnel entrance

Dry Rock Gulch Hidden Cappy Locations

The hidden Cappy on the back of a grave in Dry Rock Gulch
E - On the backside of a grave in the graveyard opposite The Giddyup Kid

The hidden Cappy on the side of the shack in Mad Mulligan's Mine
H -  Inside Mad Mulligan’s Mine, follow the path to the room with a waterfall and shack in it, on the side of the shack

Safari Zone Hidden Cappy Locations

The hidden Cappy on the backside of the gorilla statue
N - On the back of the gorilla statue outside the Primate House

The hidden Cappy found in the hedge maze
E - From the start of the hedge maze, take a right and then another right. You’ll find this Cappy along a wall in a dead end

World of Refreshments Hidden Cappy Locations

The hidden Cappy on the side of the building in World of Refreshment
R - On the side of a building in the Western section of the World of Refreshments ride

Kiddy Kingdom Hidden Cappy Locations

The hidden Cappy in the tower in Kiddie Kingdom
I - In the top room of the tall tower

The hidden Cappy in the Fun House swirling room
F - Behind a red door in the swirling room of the Fun House

Once you have found all 10 hidden Cappys, return to Sierra in Nuka-Town. She’ll be standing right next to Bradberton’s office, and tells you to unlock the door with the code. Unlock the door and go upstairs to the office.

The hidden button in Bradberton's office

There’s a hidden switch you can read about on Bradberton’s computer, or you can go find it. It’s located to the side of the Nuka-Cola machine by the desk.

Go down the elevator, and you end up in a vault, talking to the frozen head of John-Caleb Bradberton himself. He tells you there are treasures behind a locked door, and if you turn off the power you can get them (and also kill Bradberton, but he wants to die. You would too if you were a frozen head, alone for hundreds of years).

But wait, Sierra wants to keep Bradberton around. She offers you a fancy jumpsuit if you don’t shut off the power. If you want both the jumpsuit and all the goodies behind the locked door, side with Sierra to get the jumpsuit. Once you have it, just go shut off the power anyway to open the door. The only downside to this is Sierra will turn on you, and start shooting you.

The locked room has the Nuka Nuke Launcher, a modified Fatboy. There’s also some Nuka Nukes to shoot, the recipe for crafting more Nuka Nukes and the recipe for making Nuka-Cola itself. It should be noted that the Nuka Nuke Launcher cannot be crafted, so this is the only one you will be able to get. Use it wisely.

If you prefer a video guide, then you can check the video below from youtube user Hey Im Starlord below:

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time Manga to Get a Legendary Edition

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time Manga to Get a Legendary Edition
Fans of The Legend of Zelda (that’s everyone, right?) can rejoice! The Legend of Zelda: The Ocarina of Time manga is making a comeback. Viz Media announced the manga will be getting a shiny new relaunch in the form of a Legendary Edition this November.

The beginning of the original Zelda manga was published in Japan in 1998, and localized for the English market in 2008 by Viz Media in 10 volumes. The new launch will republish all of the 10 Zelda volumes into 5 books as part of the Legendary Edition. The first book in the series will collect the two volumes that comprise the complete Ocarina of Time story line into one beautifully bound tome.

Front Cover
The graphic novel covers the events that occur in the Ocarina of Time game, but all done in original artwork along with new dialogue and a few new side stories about the Hyrulian world for fans. The collection will include both the Child Arc and the Adult Arc of the series.

Back Cover
The rest of the four forthcoming Legendary Edition books will contain the following novels, all originally published from 1998 to 2008:
  • Majora’s Mask
  • Oracle of Seasons
  • Oracle of Ages
  • Four Swords
  • The Minish Cap
  • A Link to the Past
  • Phantom Hourglass
You can see the original covers for all of the Zelda books that Viz published below.

The Legend of Zelda manga series was written and drawn by an incognito duo of women, who work under the pen name Akira Himekawa. The women are only known as A. Honda and S. Nagano. This year, they also debuted a manga for The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess. Or course, with the much-anticipated Breath of the Wild game hitting shelves soon, we can only hope the duo will be working on a graphic novelization of the new title to complete their collection of stories.

Maybe if we pray to the powers that be over at Viz and Nintendo, we may get to see the rest of the Akira Himekawa’s works collected as well!

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time Legendary Edition will be released November 1, 2016 for $17.99. It is currently available for pre-order at Amazon.

Here are the Raider Gangs You Can Join in Fallout 4's Nuka World DLC

Here are the Raider Gangs You Can Join in Fallout 4's Nuka World DLC

The video above shows you some pretty interesting facts about the new Nuka World DLC, including the different areas and gangs you can join. 

According to Bethesda, the entire point of the DLC is to rule all the gangs within Nuka World. You can expect to pillage settlements and take whatever you want, though there will also be ways for players to be a “kind hearted raider,” Bethesda says.

Nuka World has 3 gangs, each with their own preferred attack style and backstory. First you’ve got the Disciples...

They are the “classic, very bloody, very violent” gang, Bethesda says. Then you’ve got the Operators...

Bethesda describes them as a stealthy gang with a penchant for good technology. Finally, you’ve got the Pack...

The Pack is wild and vicious, with Bethesda describing them as “absolutely crazy.”

The video also gives us a glimpse of the new weapons coming with the DLC, and man, that Nuka-powered Paddle Ball looks ridiculous. And the THIRST ZAPPER! Boy I really can’t wait for that!

Niantic Will Unban Some Pokemon GO Players

Niantic Will Unban Some Pokemon GO Players
Now we all know that Niantic has been banning players who were using tools that breaches the company’s terms of services. Some of this cases involved using third-party mapping tools created to show you where exactly a pokemon spawn in your location. Niantic first began cutting off access to those apps earlier this month, and it started aggressively issuing permanent account bans about two weeks ago.

In some cases, lesser known mapping tools also collected data on users and sent it to Niantic’s servers, something that Hanke says resembled a distributed denial of service, or DDOS, attack. Because these data transfers appeared malicious at first glance, Niantic acted somewhat indiscriminately when it came to protecting its servers. "Because of this we have had to ban some accounts associated with using these add-on map tools, leading to confusion by some users about why they were banned," Hanke writes. "This is a small subset of the accounts banned."

Now, Niantic is going through the accounts it banned to reinstate those players who weren't knowingly violating the TOS. "Add-on maps which scrape data from our servers still violate our terms of service and use of them may still result in an account ban going forward," Hanke clarifies. He also says that accounts that were created to scrape data from the game or those that used GPS spoofing techniques to play in other areas around the world will remain permanently banned. "Our main priority is to provide a fair, fun, and legitimate experience for all players," he concludes, "so aggressive banning will continue to occur for players who engage in these kinds of activities."

You can head over to pokemongolive to see the official update about account bans in Pokemon GO or, you can check out the full article below:
An update on Pokémon GO account bans 

We continue to work to ensure the integrity of the game and the health of our servers by blocking unauthorized access and at times by banning offending accounts. This includes blocking bots, data scraping operations, and banning end user accounts associated with those activities. Some players may not have realized that some add-on map apps do more than just show you nearby Pokémon. Each end-user app can be used as a collection tool by the app creator, invisibly collecting and forwarding data to the app creator with or without the knowledge of the end user. These apps can have an effect similar to DDoS attacks on our servers. Because of this we have had to ban some accounts associated with using these add-on map tools, leading to confusion by some users about why they were banned. This is a small subset of the accounts banned. 
As a result of some changes made to our infrastructure, we are now able to unban this set of accounts. Add-on maps which scrape data from our servers still violate our Terms of Service and use of them may still result in an account ban going forward. Accounts whose sole purpose was to scrape data are not being unbanned. Accounts which used apps or websites to remotely capture Pokémon, battle or deploy on Gyms, or harvest resources from PokéStops are also not being unbanned. Our main priority is to provide a fair, fun, and legitimate experience for all players, so, aggressive banning will continue to occur for players who engage in these kinds of activities. 

We Could See the Sparrow League Racing Return as a Permanent Feature in Destiny

We Could See the Sparrow League Racing Return as a Permanent Feature in Destiny
The Sparrow Racing League, also known as SRL, is a seasonal event that was introduced to Destiny from December 8, 2015, through December 29. The goal is simple: be the first to race across the finish line, avoiding enemies and traps set up to stall and destroy you or your opponents. Players could rack up gear and items that are exclusive to the event, further giving reason for Guardians to jump on their Sparrows and rev their way to glory. Sound easy? Hardly. Up to six competitors have the ability to knock each other off course, and the high speeds demand precision and careful attention to detail.

In a report by Wired, it’s been expressed by developer Bungie that we could see the SRL return as a permanent feature. Destiny’s head of events, Jerry Hook, spoke on the SRL, among other things, namely what players could expect in the future and whether or not we would see SRL return permanently.
“That’s a great question! We always struggle with how much to constantly keep in the game, and how our players will have to spread themselves out,” Hook began. “One of the things that the events allow us to do is create these giant moments. We listen to our players – most of what we’ve been trying to do is listen to feedback and the top ten lists Reddit brings to play, or what players bring into the forums. If there’s this huge outcry to make it permanent, we’ll definitely look at that. Right now, we just love how it feels — a key moment that is very exciting for players during our winter holidays.”
It’s hard to believe that anyone would dislike SRL. If a Destiny player’s Light Level, which determines the Guardian’s overall strength against adversaries, is low, the Racing League could provide pieces of gear that are higher in level than what is currently being worn. In that regard, players could infuse the gear and climb in power. Additionally, some shaders (which allow Guardians to change the color of their equipment) are only obtainable by participating in the SRL.

The main focus of Destiny is PvE (Player versus Enemy) and PvP (Player versus Player). The Sparrow Racing League provides a welcome distraction to this, and it appears that the reception to the SRL is a positive one. Hook touched on this, weighing in on what made the SRL so successful.
“I think first and foremost, it’s very unique to Destiny. We’re obviously a fantastic action game, and the racing created this very unique element for a lot of players. The big thing that we saw from the first event was, a whole bunch of players who’d never done general PvP activities came back into the game just to do Sparrow Racing.”
There’s also the matter of Destiny players being able to participate in various ways when it comes to SRL. There are some who dislike racing, and Hook wants to give them some inclusion. In a report by Gamespot, Bungie plans to bring the SRL back in a way that will be more unique than the last event. While we don’t know specifics, it’s clear that Guardians will be getting a more robust experience with the upcoming expansion Rise of Iron.

It looks like fans, new and old, will be the deciding factor on whether or not we’ll see the SRL return as a permanent event in Destiny.


Monster Hunter Frontier Z Announced!

Monster Hunter Frontier Z Announced!
Earlier today, Capcom has announced the newest addition to the Monster Hunter series, the Monster Hunter Frontier Z.

It is somehow the evolution of the previous Monster Hunter Frontier title and guess what, it will be available on Playstation 4! You can watch the official trailer below.

The PS4 version will launch in Japan on November 22nd, while the current Monster Hunter G platforms (PC, PS3, PS Vita, Xbox 360 and Wii U) will get the update to the Z version on November 9th.

If you want more glimpse of the upcoming Monster Hunter Frontier Z, then you can check out a few screenshots of the game below.

Source: MHFOfficial

We've Just Learned Some Interesting Features that's Coming to Pokemon GO Soon

We've just Learned Some Interesting Features that's Coming to Pokemon GO Soon
Image credit to Twintendo
When we talked about Pokemon GO right now, we almost hear news about accidents caused by the game, diminishing numbers of players and, some bugs and glitches. But hey, the app has just gone live a couple of months ago and, it looks like Niantic hasn’t released the most awesome features of the game just yet!

A thread on Reddit emerged last week about some information concerning on what are the new features that Niantic will add in the future. And no, this information aren’t rumors made by someone who just want attention. The info was datamined using the codes from the most recent Pokemon GO updates. So if you want to take a peek on what’s possibly coming, then continue reading below as we’ll list all the possible features that Pokemon GO will have in the future.

#1 Trading

“Duh. We already knew that this feature will be coming you moron.” Yeah, I assume that you already know that this feature will be added but, it’s really interesting that it was data-mined in the recent version of the game already. Phrases like "Trade_search" and "Trade_offer" were uncovered by multiple Reddit users in the game's most recent update.

This indicates that players will soon be able to offer creatures for others to browse and choose from. In short, it looks like we’ll not gonna wait long to finally use this feature.

#2 “Buddy” Pokemon

They added "buddy Pokémon", which seem to be Pokémon that can walk beside you and gather candy, probably for their own evolution line. I'm guessing you'll get one candy at a time, every X km walked (km_buddy_distance in the protos), the distance being different for each Pokémon species. Buddies will have different sizes (BUDDY_MEDIUM, BUDDY_SHOULDER, BUDDY_BIG, BUDDY_FLYING), probably depending on the species, although it could also be influenced by the Pokémon's individual size. Each Pokémon has a new data entry which records the total number of candies it gathered (buddy_candy_awarded).

#3 New Kinds of Incense

Incense in Pokémon Go attracts random Pokémon to your location for 30 minutes. But Niantic could soon let players attract specific types of Pokémon with special incense, according to the game's code.
Placeholders for "Item_incense_cool" and "Item_incense_floral" have been uncovered, which suggest you may be able to attract just ice and water or bug and grass types of Pokémon.

#4 Legendary Pokemon Reference Uncovered

It looks like Niantic is already preparing for those Legendary Pokemon events that they have mentioned during the past!

While plenty of references to Legendary Pokémon, like Mew and Mewtwo, have already been discovered, the most recent update to the game's code includes a new placeholder called "activity_catch_legend_pokemon."

That means players will be able to catch these rare creatures, although how and where they'll be caught remains a mystery. Niantic has hinted that it will introduce big group events in the game, and footage from the game's original trailer shows players taking down Mewtwo together.

#5 Playing Pokemon GO in VR?

Yes, you'll probably be able to play Pokémon Go in VR soon.

A new "VR" folder in the game's code includes references to Google Cardboard, the inexpensive VR headset that's literally made with cardboard.

#6 Super Duper Interesting Knowledge about Gen II eggs!

Wait. That’s not the end of it! Now this is not included in the data-mined code but, this was discovered earlier today when I was browsing bulbapedia. It’s about the Eggs in Pokemon GO. It looks like the Pokemon GO egg distribution is based on the main series/handheld game egg steps (except for starters). So basically if Niantic will do the same once they release Gen II Pokemon, here's what you’ll be getting from 2/5/10 km eggs: