What a week, CheatPlanet's been busy, with guides for Fable 3, Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare and Fallout: New Vegas. Make no mistake, each one of these games is packed to the brim with side quests, hidden collectibles, and secrets you'll definitely want to know about. Especially if you're trying to snag all of the games' Achievements and Trophies.
Keys Guide | Rare Book Guide | Auroran Flowers Guide | Gnome Guide | Legendary Weapons Guide
Good lord! That's a whole lot of Fable 3 guides! But Fable 3 has a whole bunch of collectibles, and you'll need to grab them all if you want every Achievement. Some of the collectibles, like the Legendary Weapons, have an obvious benefit, others, like the Flowers, give you a passive benefit; more flowers unlock special colored dyes for clothing and tattoos. The Gnomes, books and keys tend to unlock some additional items at certain milestones like 10, 15, 20 etc. No matter which item you're looking for, we've got you covered, so don ye magik armorz and sally forth unto the world of Albion.
Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare
Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare treasure location guide
Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare mythical creatures guide
As far as DLC goes, Undead Nightmare is amazing. It totally changes the feel of the game to a campy zombie b-movie, but manages to still keep it scary with its creepy soundtrack and scarce ammunition. But despite the differences, the game still has sidequests and challenges for you to complete like in vanilla RDR. The most notable are hunting down the game's mythical creatures, the Four Horses of the Apocalypse, the Sasquatch and the Chupcabra. We also wrap up the game's pesky treasure hunter missions with our complete guide.
Fallout: New Vegas
Fallout: New Vegas character build guide
Fallout: New Vegas companion character guide
One of the most fun parts of RPGs is making your own character, tweaking their stats and attributes to make them unique. Unfortunately you're usually confined to sticking with traditional warrior/wizard rolls. Not so in Fallout, where you can build a diplomat, a sneaky thief type, or even a grunting brain dead bruiser. The character build guide will give you a rough idea of what kind of stats and perks you should aim for with each character type, make good use of it. The companion guide details the strengths and weaknesses of each of New Vegas' companion characters, should you go with Arcade or Cass? Well one's a babe and the other's a stuffy scientist, so duh.
Nov 5, 2010