This is just a quick update. I haven’t produced any new content for a few days because I’ve been really busy and decided to have a week off to rest. I will be back at it next week with a Divinity Dragon Commander review. I will also be starting two new blogs so look out for those.
I’ve started streaming on twitch every now and again. Last night I streamed Guild Wars 2 gameplay for the first time and I’m going to be starting League of Legends in the next week or so. My twitch stream can be found at www.twitch.tv/simplymonkey
I’m also considering making YouTube videos as I’ve just picked up some video recording software. The blog will remain my main focus.
So, look out for my videos, stay tuned for new content next week and be good to everyone. Speak soon 😀
Today Ubisoft released a short video showcasing what players can expect from the upcoming Watch_Dogs multiplayer. Obviously we can’t draw a huge amount from such a short video, but I do like what I see in this taster. It’s a different multiplayer experience than anything I’ve played before so I’m looking forward to trying it out and seeing if it will be something I will be into. Check the video out for yourselves below and let me know whether you’re excited for this game!
Check out the brand new trailer released today (22/04/2014) for the upcoming Dragon Age: Inquisition slated for release on October 7th this year. I’m really excited for this one!
Here goes, my first Hearthstone post! I was apprehensive about this because I’m not exactly an expert on all things Hearthstone but I think I’ve made a pretty strong low level deck that doesn’t require you spending all your hard earned cash. Check it out and let me know what you think in the comments below!
The trick with this deck is to keep control of the board and using the buffs at the right time (that’s kind of obvious though ha!). I’ve managed to buff a Stormwind Champion twice with Blessings of Kings for major damage. If you lose control of the board you might very well lose the game so use Consecration wisely.
First I’ll give you the cards that are in the deck, then see below for quantities.
I picked up Age of Wonders III yesterday. I’ve been interested in this game for a long time and I really hoped it would live up to my expectations. I haven’t played it for too long but so far I’m really enjoying it. What does this mean for you, the reader? Well, you can expect a review on this soon. In the meantime if you have the game already and would like to try out some cheats, then you are in luck because some are listed below. User beware though because some of these may mess up your game!
To cheat just type CTRL+ALT+C
Nothing will happen or pop up to indicate this has worked so don’t worry. After typing this enter a cheat code and press the enter key. Have fun!
BOSCH -Gives gold
REMBRANDT – Gives mana
LEEUWENHOEK – Complete current research
ERASMUS – Unlock all research
PHILIPS – Complete all production in all cities
RUYTER – Spawn hero
NEXTTURN – advances a turn
HAUER – Levels up hero(es) in selected army
WARNING the following cheats may make your game unstable, or cause game breaking bugs, especially in the campaign!
HEIN – Win the current map. If you use this in the campaign, the next map might not work correctly.
CRUIJFF – Allow units to move in the strategic map without using move points
SPINOZA – Unlock all research from ALL classes and specializations
BARENTZ – Give vision across the entire map
HUYGENS – Free spell casting mode (strategic map only)
TASMAN – explores map, does not turn off fog of war
THXBRIAN – gives 100.000 gold + mana, reveals map, gives all upgrades and spells
Special thanks to ageofwonders.com forum users Tombles and Czin for their research in finding these codes using Hex Editor.
I‘ve managed to make it through my first week of blogging! Thank you to everyone who has read and commented on my posts. I never imagined that in one week I’d get over 250 views from countries all over the world. I hope that you like what I’ve done with my content so far and any suggestions you have I would love to hear. In the meantime I’m going to continue writing and researching, with the aim of bringing you the best content I possibly can.
I have a few ideas for upcoming reviews. For the time being they are all PC games. Look out for reviews coming on Age of Wonders III, Divinity: Dragon Commander, The Book of Unwritten Tales and Star Trek.
In May, Watch_Dogs and Wolfenstein are coming out so I am hoping I can pick those up on either the PS4 or Xbox One (I haven’t decided which platform yet) and review them as soon as I can.
Once again, thank you to everyone who has viewed and supported my blog so far. It’s been a great first week for me.
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Not only does the Mayan Outfit in AC4 look badass but it also deflects bullets which can be pretty useful during the game. It’s not easy to get though and you need to have completed a certain amount of the game to be able to unlock it. I unlocked it last night and it’s my favourite outfit in the game so far.
During DNA sequence 4, Mary Read tells Edward about the Mayan Stelae and asks him to solve the puzzle. This gives you one of sixteen Mayan key stones. The other 15 are located around the game, one of which is on the Island that you find the observatory on. Here are the coordinates for all sixteen Mayan Stelae, good luck hunting them down! After you’re done, head back to Tulum to get the outfit.
1. Great Inagua: Acquired during DNA Sequence 4: Memory 1
2. Cat Island: (734, 694)
3. Matanzas: (343, 642)
4. Cape Bonavista: (179, 593)
5. Tulum: (70, 405)
6. Pinos Isle: (334, 476)
7. Pinos Isle: (342, 478)
8. Tortuga: (876, 377)
9. Long Bay: (525, 253)
10. Isla Providencia: (502, 44)
11. Isla Providencia: (502, 44)
12. New Bone: (431, 116)
13. Misteriosa: (303, 199)
14. Misteriosa: (296, 196)
15. Santanillas: (217, 245)
16. Santanillas: (221, 242)