Metro 2033 achievements

Welcome, achievement hunter. Here are some of the more difficult Metro 2033 achievements. Note these are not specifically for Metro 2033: Redux though there is probably some overlap. Quick-witted – Break the support and activate the chandelier in less than 20 seconds. Generous – Help the poor, a coin for…

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How to Survive game review

Another take on the zombie survival genre! How to Survive has character perks, a decent crafting system and a background story to keep you entertained. There are multiple characters with different backgrounds and skill sets, but whomever you choose ends up marooned on an island that is crawling with zombies…

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Hard Reset achievement guide

It’s achievement hunter Monday and I’m talking about Hard Reset Extended Edition since I just reached 100%. Once again we’ll concentrate on the really hard ones you might need help on. Note to get the difficulty achievements you have to have STARTED a new game at that difficulty. Upping the…

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Star Wars The Force Unleashed Walkthrough Complete Game

Star Wars The Force Unleashed Walkthrough Complete Game Playlist ~~ Technical ~~ Created by —— casualgamerreed Capture ———- AVerMedia Live Gamer Portable PC Free Mode Software ——— Sony Vegas Twitter ———— Facebook ——-

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Wolfenstein The New Order Complete Walkthrough

Wolfenstein The New Order Complete Walkthrough / Full Game Walkthrough

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Dino D-Day a new take on World War II

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Dino D-Day is a multi-player PvP shooter that combines the ever-popular World War II theme with bloodthirsty dinosaurs like from Jurassic Park.

In this alternate history line, Adolf Hitler has succeeded in resurrecting and training dinosaurs to join his Nazi armies in a bid for conquest. The Allies desperately try to catch up with their own dinosaur research as they battle across Europe and the Mediterranean. Each side has seven playable characters each with unique weapons and abilities, even – yes you guessed it – dinosaurs equipped with machine guns. It’s a unique spin from indie developer 800 North that attempts to combine two popular genres, with mixed results.


Dino D-Day plays out like most multiplayer FPS games. The two sides spawn on a map and battle it out for victory. Not much new there. The maps are nice, but the game’s strengths are in it’s classes. You may prefer playing one of the soldiers equipped with specific World War II armaments, or try your hand as a genetically modified dinosaur with their special attacks. It’s kinda cool charging down others as an armored Desmatosuchus or pouncing on prey as a Velociraptor. It’s different, but takes some getting used to and there are some possible balancing issues to be sure.


Unfortunately there is no tutorial to speak of, so before jumping in a live game you probably should create your own game with bots to practice on. There are just some class specific key strokes you’ll have to figure out, but luckily there is a plethora of goats around each map to practice on. Soon you’ll be spitting acid in everybody’s faces. Well, maybe. I stumbled around for quite awhile, learning by trial and error. I was lucky enough to run into a friendly player named Buddy the Space Parrot who showed me a few great tips.


The game itself is okay, but depends entirely on a multiplayer community, which is fairly sparse. It’s going to be hard to compete with free to play games like Team Fortress 2 with a much larger base. Hardcore pvp gamers will find a rather small amount of regular players to tussle with. There is no single player campaign, though you could use bots if you wish. In either case, unless you are a major dino fan, the play value of Dino D-Day is not so great.

Beat Hazard – Shadow Operations Unit

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Beat Hazard – Shadow Operations Unit is a DLC package that adds custom ships to the fleet, each with different handling, firing patterns and abilities.

Each ship has it’s own set of missions to increase your fleet ranking as well as it’s own leader board to compete with other players. These new ship powers expand the depth of Beat Hazard, and each ship seems to handle a bit differently. Different acceleration, gun speeds, firing arcs and even an auto-aim system that is rather noobish but great when inebriated.

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The Shadow Operations Unit DLC also adds Steam Workshop to Beat Hazard, letting players design and upload their own ships for other players to enjoy. Although a lot of these workshop ships are odd or fanciful, there are lots of interesting ones to try. There’s a TIE fighter and X-Wing for the Star Wars fans, crazy celebrity heads and a cool Dr. Who Tardis.

beat hazard work shop

The The Shadow Operations Unit DLC lets you edit just about everything for a new ship, so break out the craziest images you have. You don’t need to add it to the Workshop, so you can make your own private Beat Hazard ship if you’d like.

beat hazard ship editor

While the new ships are a nice addition to an already kick-ass game, I was a bit disappointed there were no new enemy ships. Or new bosses. Or new power ups. Or new weapons. While worthwhile, get this DLC in a bundle or sale if you can.