Remembering Fallout’s 15 Wildest Weapons

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Remembering Fallout’s 15 Wildest Weapons

Fallout 76 is just beyond the crater, and with the latest round of updates showcasing a plethora of new weapons including a crossbow and a guitar sword, it seems like a good time to look back on some of the outrageous armaments that have defined this darkly humorous series. From pop-culture references to just plain strange, here’s a list of the 15 wildest weapons in Fallout.

This seems like your typical oakwood baseball bat, until you send a deathclaw soaring into the stratosphere. As the name suggests, this unique melee weapon is a souvenir baseball bat from the 2076 World Series and is a pre-war artifact untouched by the nuclear war. The bat features a “small chance to send targets flying,” and a unique sound effect that includes the crack of the bat and the raucous cheers of an excited crowd. Vault-dwellers can truly relive that great American pastime, as they send their enemies soaring into the distance.

Remembering Fallout’s 15 Wildest Weapons

about X hours ago from
Remembering Fallout’s 15 Wildest Weapons

Fallout 76 is just beyond the crater, and with the latest round of updates showcasing a plethora of new weapons including a crossbow and a guitar sword, it seems like a good time to look back on some of the outrageous armaments that have defined this darkly humorous series. From pop-culture references to just plain strange, here’s a list of the 15 wildest weapons in Fallout.

This seems like your typical oakwood baseball bat, until you send a deathclaw soaring into the stratosphere. As the name suggests, this unique melee weapon is a souvenir baseball bat from the 2076 World Series and is a pre-war artifact untouched by the nuclear war. The bat features a “small chance to send targets flying,” and a unique sound effect that includes the crack of the bat and the raucous cheers of an excited crowd. Vault-dwellers can truly relive that great American pastime, as they send their enemies soaring into the distance.

7 Tips To Get You Started In Mega Man 11

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7 Tips To Get You Started In Mega Man 11

Mega Man 11 is a tough game, and that’s part of its charm. Despite the appearance of its bubbly protagonist and his Saturday morning cartoon story, the Mega Man series has never been for the faint of heart. The 11th entry in the mainline series maintains that legacy.

Mega Man 11 is not an impossible game, however. You can defeat Dr. Wily, and we want to help you pull off that feat. Here are a few tips to get you started that will hopefully improve your experience and give you an edge.

In Mega Man 11, you collect bolts, a currency that can be exchanged for lives, items that prevent one-hit-kills, and valuable permanent upgrades. When you die, you get to keep all your collected bolts, which means that even if you find yourself playing the same level over and over, you will still make progress. You can even exploit the system by visiting Block Man’s stage, which features a valuable, easy-to-reach bolt right near its start. Just use R. Coil to grab the bolt and die, or leave the level. Repeat. In ten minutes, you’ll have more bolts than you need.

7 Things I Wish I Knew Before Starting Mega Man 11

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7 Things I Wish I Knew Before Starting Mega Man 11

Mega Man 11 is a tough game, and that’s part of its charm. Despite the appearance of its bubbly protagonist and his Saturday morning cartoon story, the Mega Man series has never been for the faint of heart. The 11th entry in the mainline series maintains that legacy.

Mega Man 11 is not an impossible game, however. You can defeat Dr. Wily, and we want to help you pull off that feat. Here are a few tips to get you started that will hopefully improve your experience and give you an edge.

In Mega Man 11, you collect bolts, a currency that can be exchanged for lives, items that prevent one-hit-kills, and valuable permanent upgrades. When you die, you get to keep all your collected bolts, which means that even if you find yourself playing the same level over and over, you will still make progress. You can even exploit the system by visiting Block Man’s stage, which features a valuable, easy-to-reach bolt right near its start. Just use R. Coil to grab the bolt and die, or leave the level. Repeat. In ten minutes, you’ll have more bolts than you need.

7 Things I Wish I Knew Before Starting Mega Man 11

about X hours ago from
7 Things I Wish I Knew Before Starting Mega Man 11

Mega Man 11 is a tough game, and that’s part of its charm. Despite the appearance of its bubbly protagonist and his Saturday morning cartoon story, the Mega Man series has never been for the faint of heart. The 11th entry in the mainline series maintains that legacy.

Mega Man 11 is not an impossible game, however. You can defeat Dr. Wily, and we want to help you pull off that feat. Here are a few tips to get you started that will hopefully improve your experience and give you an edge.

In Mega Man 11, you collect bolts, a currency that can be exchanged for lives, items that prevent one-hit-kills, and valuable permanent upgrades. When you die, you get to keep all your collected bolts, which means that even if you find yourself playing the same level over and over, you will still make progress. You can even exploit the system by visiting Block Man’s stage, which features a valuable, easy-to-reach bolt right near its start. Just use R. Coil to grab the bolt and die, or leave the level. Repeat. In ten minutes, you’ll have more bolts than you need.

7 Tips To Get You Started In Mega Man 11

about X hours ago from
7 Tips To Get You Started In Mega Man 11

Mega Man 11 is a tough game, and that’s part of its charm. Despite the appearance of its bubbly protagonist and his Saturday morning cartoon story, the Mega Man series has never been for the faint of heart. The 11th entry in the mainline series maintains that legacy.

Mega Man 11 is not an impossible game, however. You can defeat Dr. Wily, and we want to help you pull off that feat. Here are a few tips to get you started that will hopefully improve your experience and give you an edge.

In Mega Man 11, you collect bolts, a currency that can be exchanged for lives, items that prevent one-hit-kills, and valuable permanent upgrades. When you die, you get to keep all your collected bolts, which means that even if you find yourself playing the same level over and over, you will still make progress. You can even exploit the system by visiting Block Man’s stage, which features a valuable, easy-to-reach bolt right near its start. Just use R. Coil to grab the bolt and die, or leave the level. Repeat. In ten minutes, you’ll have more bolts than you need.

Mega Man 11 Boss Order And Strategies

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Mega Man 11 Boss Order And Strategies

It’s no secret that every Robot Master in a Mega Man game has a weakness associated to another boss in the game. Discovering these weaknesses is usually half the fun, but if you feel like you’ve hit a roadblock, we’re here to help. Here is the ideal boss order for all of Mega Man 11’s Robot Masters.

Note: technically you can beat any of Mega Man 11’s Robot Masters even if you don’t have their Achilles’ heel. Their patterns are fairly telegraphed. If you stick to it, you can beat every boss with only Mega Man’s mega buster. I defeated Block Man, Bounce Man, and Tundra Man before figuring out any of the boss weaknesses, so you could start this cycle at almost any link in the chain, but we recommend beginning with Block Man as his stage is relatively simple and he may be the easiest to defeat with Mega Man’s basic attack.

Cut to the chase! Here's a quick reference for those who don't want to read the rest of the story:

Mega Man 11 Boss Order And Strategies

about X hours ago from
Mega Man 11 Boss Order And Strategies

It’s no secret that every Robot Master in a Mega Man game has a weakness associated to another boss in the game. Discovering these weaknesses is usually half the fun, but if you feel like you’ve hit a roadblock, we’re here to help. Here is the ideal boss order for all of Mega Man 11’s Robot Masters.

Note: technically you can beat any of Mega Man 11’s Robot Masters even if you don’t have their Achilles’ heel. Their patterns are fairly telegraphed. If you stick to it, you can beat every boss with only Mega Man’s mega buster. I defeated Block Man, Bounce Man, and Tundra Man before figuring out any of the boss weaknesses, so you could start this cycle at almost any link in the chain, but we recommend beginning with Block Man as his stage is relatively simple and he may be the easiest to defeat with Mega Man’s basic attack.

Cut to the chase! Here's a quick reference for those who don't want to read the rest of the story: