The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Captured Memories locations

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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Captured Memories locations

In The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, poor old Link has suffered a bout of amnesia, probably from sleeping on the job for the last century.Once you reach Kakariko Village and talk to Impa, the Captured Memories quest will begin and as you become more familiar with the landscapes of Hyrule, you'll start to recognise locations from the photos on your Shiekah Slate.

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Check out the weird Zelda: Breath of the Wild concepts for Link and Zelda that didn't make the cut

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Check out the weird Zelda: Breath of the Wild concepts for Link and Zelda that didn't make the cut

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild makes some massive shake-ups to the 31-year-old series but Link and Zelda themselves haven't changed much.Did you know it could have starred a gritty, bearded Link, or a modern-day hero with a smug grin and a dirt bike instead?

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Get a free code to the Paladins closed beta on PS4 and Xbox One

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Get a free code to the Paladins closed beta on PS4 and Xbox One

Paladins is like the perfect blend of Team Fortress 2 and a 1980s Saturday morning cartoon: you've got your rock solid team- and role-based shooter competition with gorgeous, exaggerated characters.After building a hearty following on PC, Paladins is coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

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10 best free games to play on Xbox One

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10 best free games to play on Xbox One

Below you’ll find a list of 10 essential free-to-play games for Xbox One, all of which are worth your time, and the zero money you’ll spend buying them.The revival of classic fighting franchise Killer Instinct was a pleasant surprise when it was revealed by Microsoft prior to the Xbox One launch.

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The Walking Dead S713 Review: 'A reminder of why the show can be so gripping'

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The Walking Dead S713 Review: 'A reminder of why the show can be so gripping'

Will Ezekiel abandon the Hilltop’s illusion of safety to fight the Saviors?The episode’s success was how it interwove those decisions, as characters provoked the point-of-no-return in others, but not always in expected ways.

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Mass Effect: Andromeda pre-loading has begun (but not for everybody)

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Mass Effect: Andromeda pre-loading has begun (but not for everybody)

It looks like pre-loading is in effect for some of those who digitally pre-ordered Mass Effect: Andromeda on consoles.Some Xbox One owners confirmed the downloads beginning early this month while multiple PS4 owners found their pre-load had automatically begun as of this morning.

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Improve games by throwing those infuriating audio logs in the bin

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Improve games by throwing those infuriating audio logs in the bin

Like most problems in games, audio logs have come about not because writers are lazy (though they often are), but because they are cheap.(Famously naive people, voice actors will often work overtime in exchange for small handfuls of food, or scraps of paper with the words “actual money” written on them.

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Horizon: Zero Dawn meets Battle Bots - we make terrifying machines fight to the DEATH

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Horizon: Zero Dawn meets Battle Bots - we make terrifying machines fight to the DEATH

Being relentlessly stalked, trampled, slashed, ripped apart, crushed, and even shot (thanks, Thunderjaw) in Horizon: Zero Dawn can spawn a tiny vendetta in your heart.To get back at the countless machines who have shed Aloy’s blood, we decided to create our very own robot wars.

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RadioRadar+ Podcast 72: Talking GDC and the Breath of the Wild/Skyrim connection

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RadioRadar+ Podcast 72: Talking GDC and the Breath of the Wild/Skyrim connection

The Big Topic: A week with the Nintendo Switch Further discussion: Breath of the Wild's interlocking systems and expansive world What we’re into: GDC is a ton of fun, you guys Half of the team is hanging out at PAX East this weekend, so David took over hosting duties and ran the podcast right off a cliff.While they careened into the air Thelma and Lousie-style, Anna talked about her week at GDC, David and Connor talked about their week living with the Nintendo Switch, and everyone discussed Zelda's similarities to Western RPGs like Skyrim.

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Overwatch, Orisa, and the challenge of making tanks cool

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Overwatch, Orisa, and the challenge of making tanks cool

When you picture a tank character in your mind’s eye, you probably see someone bulky, heavy, and slow-moving.Take a look at the tank heroes and they fit the usual bill on appearance.

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5 things we learned at PAX East 2017

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5 things we learned at PAX East 2017

Here’s the thing, though: Mario Kart 8 Deluxe for Nintendo Switch is even better.What made the PAX East demo of Deluxe so special, though, was realizing how seamless it makes multiplayer.

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Yes, you need Mario Kart 8 Deluxe on Nintendo Switch even if you played on Wii U

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Yes, you need Mario Kart 8 Deluxe on Nintendo Switch even if you played on Wii U

It sold more than 8 million copies of Mario Kart 8 during that time, an astounding attach rate of 60 percent.For everyone sitting at the center of this peculiar venn diagram, the question stands: if you purchased Mario Kart 8 just three years ago, do you really need to buy it again for Nintendo Switch?

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A retro remake that's modern where it counts: You should be playing Blaster Master Zero

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A retro remake that's modern where it counts: You should be playing Blaster Master Zero

A retro remake of the tank-and-trooper NES classic that feels familiar even as it sands off more rough edges than you might care to remember.The original Blaster Master (duh), Metroid, or you just want some old-school action and exploration minus the frustration.

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3 painful truths I learned after playing Final Fantasy 15's first major DLC expansion

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3 painful truths I learned after playing Final Fantasy 15's first major DLC expansion

The most common criticism of Final Fantasy 15 is that its story is incomplete.” So Final Fantasy 15’s story is, warts and all, complete.

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Battle Chef Brigade for Switch ain't your mama's cooking game

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Battle Chef Brigade for Switch ain't your mama's cooking game

I didn't think Battle Chef Brigade would be fun.You play as Mina, a new recruit in the organization known as the Battle Chef Brigade.

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The Persistence looks a lot like a PSVR Dead Space (where your friends can help or betray you with a companion app)

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The Persistence looks a lot like a PSVR Dead Space (where your friends can help or betray you with a companion app)

Firstly, it's procedurally generated.Secondly, it comes with a companion app that lets up to four players help or hinder you as you try to survive.

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Middle-earth: Shadow of War might solve open-world gaming’s biggest problem

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Middle-earth: Shadow of War might solve open-world gaming’s biggest problem

Namely the difficulty of making an open-world feel like a real world – and how they pander to the player, in an often unbelievable way.In striving to create some kind of believable continuum, open world games have been concentrating on the space, but less on the time.

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Assassin's Creed II - Feathers and treasure chests guide

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Assassin's Creed II - Feathers and treasure chests guide

Who cares about any of that when there's treasure chests and feathers scattered around its open world?We're here to accompany you as you delve into finding the game’s most ubiquitous items, namely its dozens of hidden treasure chests and its 100 floating eagle feathers, which replace the flags from the first Assassin’s Creed.

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The Shadow of War devs talk expanding beyond Mordor, to Gondor, Minas Ithil and beyond

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The Shadow of War devs talk expanding beyond Mordor, to Gondor, Minas Ithil and beyond

There's good reason why Middle-earth: Shadow of War has dropped the Mordor bit - it's got much bigger geographical plans.Speaking to OXM, Monolith Studios has talked about "massively increasing the scale of the game" to take in new areas.

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Here's how to find Ghost Recon: Wildlands secret 'don't press me' buttons and a Dark Souls bonfire

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Here's how to find Ghost Recon: Wildlands secret 'don't press me' buttons and a Dark Souls bonfire

Ghost Recon: Wildlands has a bunch of hidden buttons that you can press for a good time - call them Easter eggs from the developers or simply the work of mischievous drug cartels with too much money to spend, they're out there either way.I've found guides to at least four so far and I bet there are more waiting out there.

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