Since its announcement, millions have been drooling in anticipation of “The Elder Scrolls Online.” The wait is finally over, but let me say it now: if you are looking for an “Elder Scrolls” game you’re in luck, but if you’re looking for a “Skyrim” game you will probably be disappointed.
Yesterday February 25th saw the rollout of yet another “Battlefield 4″ update for the Xbox One and PC. We here at T1GN are still a little miffed that still missing from the PC notes is faster que times, but really no one likes waiting 10 minutes to get onto a server just to get hit with the “sound loop crash” (which is being addressed) having to shut the game down and start all over again.
Are you trying to find your way around your copy of the Day Z standalone, well then this map will help a lot. I have had this map open on my second screen to figure out where I am, it will definitely help!
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If you haven’t bought your copy of the Day Z standalone you can buy it here.
2013 has been a good year for some and an awful year for others, but I do not care to dwell on the failures of others. Thats what the rest of the internet is for. I would rather celebrate those that have exceeded my expectations:
The “Blue Light of Death”: what a select number of PS4 owners are experiencing when the initial blue pulse that appears when you turn your console on doesn’t change to white after sending the signal to your television.
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