After completing the Water Temple, look for a shrine-like tablet on the island with a tree. Obtain the Fire Arrows by firing an arrow into the rising sun as it passes through two pillars in the distance. With those in hand, head to Kakariko Village – it’s on fire! Turns out an ancient evil has been awakened and it’s up to Link (and Impa, sort of) to stop it.
Return here as a child and play the Song of Storms to drain the well. Proceed down the well and trudge through this mini-dungeon to acquire the Lens of Truth. Now return to Kakariko as an adult, play the Nocturne of Shadow you recently learned and enter the Shadow Temple...
L.A. Noire isn’t really the sort of game you can play through once and be done with. Thanks to branching paths through its cases, well-hidden clues and an interrogation system that doesn’t give second chances, it’s possible to finish the game and miss all kinds of cool stuff. To make sure you don’t miss any of it on your second time through (and that you also score five-star rankings in every case, thus netting you the Shamus to the Stars 80G Achievement/Gold Trophy), we’ve put together this walkthrough, which points out every clue and correct interrogation answer. We’ve also taken pains to point out the locations of all 13 newspapers, just in case there are any you’re having trouble finding...
The final installment in the series the redefined the Lego brand is now here, bringing with it a whole new set of building puzzles, aerial combat sequences, and bloodless dismemberment. The game is presented with three separate story arcs: Count Dooku, Asajj Ventress, and General Grievous. All of the stories are independent of one another, but you have to complete all of them to reach the final level, and once you've played through each round you can go back through and play it with any character from any of the three stories. As with all the Lego titles, there are some head-scratching moments throughout Star Wars Episode III, and this guide will help walk you through the three basic story modes...
It's the dog days of summer gentlemen, and the game pickings are slim. Even so, CheatPlanet has you covered on all the recent releases you've been tearing into. Gorgeous monochrome platform puzzler Limbo? Covered. Dragon Quest IX? Check. Red Dead Redemption? You're kidding right?
Are you tired of seeing your little shadowy self get repeatedly skewered, sliced, and smashed into a grayscale sandwich spread? Yeah, neither are we. But the show must go on, and you’ve got 200 gamerscore to earn. Limbo is a beautifully dark platform puzzler with a very unique style, and we’ve got a guide to help you breeze through the game and find all ten collectable achievements along the way.
This guide is divided into chapters. The chapter labels coincide with where the game drops you when choosing ‘Load Chapter’ from the main menu. Note that the game will not tell you when you’ve left one chapter for another.
So it's day one on this frozen wasteland of a planet and you're already eager to cheat? We don't blame you. With so many oversized insects and power-mad snow pirates running around, it's understandable to search for a leg-up. That's why we're here - starting today we're bringing you all the details you'll need on each level of this explosive adventure, including all of the target marks.
This week we're bringing you levels one through five, then on the 19th we'll wrap it all up with
So Twilight Princess has only been out for one day and you're already stuck? Or perhaps you're just getting your eager hands on it today and want to tear through it as fast as humanly possible? Either way, we've got a video treat for you, a perfect way to get started on the game without revealing too much.
Below you can download videos that will walk you through the Goron Mines and the nefarious Lakebed Temple, the latter of which could take something like four hours to best without help. Why