Sunday, July 15, 2018

Dark Souls 3 Trainer Cheats and Mods

Welcome to the Dark Souls 3 Trainer which will allow you to hack the game and expand it’s possibilities. Dark Souls 3 cheats will unlock unlimited life, god mode, etc. And you could use Dark Souls 3 mods to go even further; there is so much that you can do. This game is one of the greatest action role-playing game that has been released in recent times, an im sure that the designers are always stressing out trying to top their previous installations. Well they have done it again and you can even use a dark souls 3 trainer offline

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Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Civ 6 Cheats Trainers and Mods – Civilization Vi

Are you looking for Civ 6 Cheats online? Well look no further because now you can use civ 6 mods or civ 6 trainer to unlock a lot of attributes and abilities in civilization vi that can make the game even more interesting and exciting. There are many reasons why people might need an extra edge to properly enjoy the game. Maybe they don’t have enough time to invest in the game and just need some quick gratification. Here at Solidfilez you can find what you’re looking for. And with these enhancements you will be able to do things which

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Monday, July 9, 2018

Saints Row 3 Cheats The Third Mods

Welcome to Saints Row 3 Cheats also known as Saints Row The Third Cheats. This will reveal to you all the available cheats which you can use to really have more fun with it. But is it really possible to have more fun with this game? That’s a great question because its already packed with fun. The answer is yes, there is actually much more fun to be had in saints row the third, and all you have to do is cheat. The cheats on this site are not for multiplayer or competitive play though. They are strictly for offline

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Saturday, July 7, 2018

Endless Legend Guide

via Solidfilez Cheats Youtube Do you need the best Endless Legend Guide available? Well look no further because you have just found it. Endless legend is a great game with millions of fans worldwide that care a great deal about the success of this game. The reason for this is that the game devs have fostered and encouraged a highly responsive community because they really listen to the players and give them what they want. This is great because it allowed the players to be really invested in the success of the game because everyone wants to see it really do well.

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Thursday, July 5, 2018

Endless Legend Cheats

via Solidfilez Cheats Youtube Watch on youtube to view the full Endless Legend Cheats list. You can also see our full Endless legend Guide as well as tips for mods that will help you to modify the game. It's a really great game that many people enjoy today even though it has been around for some years already. It's one of the best turn-based style games out there that are worth playing.

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Monday, July 2, 2018

Endless Legend Cheats Guide Mods Review

Welcome to Endless Legend Cheats, and here we’re also going to dive into the game and provide the Endless Legend Guide, Mods & Review which you are here for. Also we’re going to explore the history of this very cool looking game and discover what this game has to offer. This is for the benefit of all the new people who have never really played the game but may have stumbled onto this guide. Cheating is fun, that’s right, I said it. As far as gaming is concerned I view it as harmless fun. Besides there are many great and

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Monday, June 25, 2018

Splatoon 2: Octo Expansion DLC Review

If most single-player campaigns in online shooters are designed to get your feet wet before throwing you into the pool with other players, Splatoon 2’s Octo Expansion is designed to throw you into the intimidating deep end. Many of its cleverly designed levels are not afraid to ask for a certain level of skill as they test you in more than just combat scenarios; some demand precise platforming or evasion against overwhelming odds, while others tease your brain to manipulate the environment and guide vulnerable objects to a goal. The sheer variety and difficulty of challenges, encased in a somber and grimy take on Splatoon’s world, leads to a single-player experience that rarely pulls its punches.

Octo Expansion puts you in the role of an Octoling (who’s much friendlier than those in the other campaigns), codenamed Agent 8, and teams you up with the grizzled Captain Cuttlefish to find an ally and escape an underwater dungeon. There’s a lot of funny and clever writing here, with highlights such as when several characters get in touch with their hip-hop side to help the exposition along, and a particularly hilarious talking telephone tries to enable “contemporary speech mode” to better relate to today’s Octoling youth. The macguffins you find by completing levels are literally called “thangs,” for example.

It’s easy to spot the DNA of Breath of the Wild’s shrines in these challenges.
Alongside the collection of thangs, there are around 80 challenges to undertake, which is where Octo Expansion positively shines. Ranging from hard-fought battles against gangs of much less friendly Octolings, to crafty puzzle rooms where missteps lead to instant failures, there’s such a wide range of possibilities of what can be done with Splatoon’s ink-based mechanics. It’s easy to spot the DNA of

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild’s shrines in many of these challenges: one level might ask you to carefully splat a giant 8-ball to nudge it toward a goal post, while another will have you sniping multiple 8-balls to drive them through switches in a demented billiards table with limited ink ammo in your pack. One of my favorite challenges pitted me against flying enemies on a small platform made of breakable crates: if I focused too much on aiming up and not on watching my footing, my enemies would lead me right into a pit. Because I was constantly viewing familiar mechanics through different lenses, levels never got boring or predictable. The finale itself is also brilliantly structured, with a very different but fun take on a final boss.

All of these tests of skill in Octo Expansion are encased within the gloomy plane of the Deepsea Metro, which serves as a gateway between them. I loved seeing all of its bizarre, deep sea-inspired passengers that look like they’re commuting home from the set of a Guillermo Del Toro movie. The Metro is a clever way to create a branching level-selection system, as each of the stops is a trial room that sometimes opens up a new rail line to explore. It’s a relief that you don’t necessarily have to beat your head against a wall if a level is too hard, and can instead find a different line to progress in another direction. And for those dreading some of these unforgiving challenges: there is an option to bypass a level if you’ve been stuck on it for several tries.

While checkpoints are usually plentiful, mission parameters are often extremely strict.
Many of the levels offer built-in difficulty tiers based on which weapon you choose: each level requires a bit of currency to attempt, but the payouts are bigger the more difficult the associated weapon is. You’ll also get a set number of lives per challenge, and while checkpoints are usually plentiful, mission parameters are often extremely strict. One missed target or one step out of line and your backpack explodes with lethal ink. But while they are certainly difficult, over the course of 5 hours of play I never got to a point where I was worried about losing all my currency – but if it wasn’t for the ability to purchase random XP and money boosts for multiplayer after beating Octo Expansion, I’d wonder if the currency was ever really needed to begin with.

The Verdict

Octo Expansion throws plenty of both fun and serious challenges at you, between its expansive amount of levels and a multi-tiered finale that doesn’t disappoint. These trials provide worthy so many challenges for those who wish to hone their mechanical skills for upcoming multiplayer matches, that I wish this had been Splatoon 2’s base campaign all along.