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Similar to earlier titles, there are some notable differences when it comes to Sword and Shield. When we talk about differences, these include version-exclusive Pokémon, Legendaries, Gym Leaders, and more. Let’s talk about all the differences in the two versions of the game. Pokémon Sword and Shield Differences The first one is obvious. Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield feature exclusive Pokémon that you can only catch in only one version of the title. In order to acquire the version-exclusive Pokémon in the other version, you’ll need to acquire them via trade. The table below shows the Pokémon exclusive to both the versions: Pokémon Sword Pokémon Shield Deino Larvitar Zweilous Pupitar Hydreigon Tyranitar Jangmo-o Goomy Hakamo-o Sligoo Kommo-o Goodra Gothita Solosis Gothorita Duosion Gothitelle Reuniclus Rufflet Vullaby Braviary Mandibuzz Sirfetch’d Galarian Ponyta Mawile Sableye Turtonator Drampa Legendary Pokémon Differences The next difference in Sword and Shield is related to Legendaries or…

With Pokémon Sword and Shield, comes a plethora of new abilities for your Pokémon. In our Pokémon Sword and Shield Abilities Guide, we’ve detailed all you need to know about all the new abilities featured in the newest Pokémon title. Pokémon Sword and Shield New Abilities It’s important to note that some of the abilities are subject to alter as the title releases. I should also mention that a Pokémon can’t have more than 3 different abilities. The following are all the abilities featured in Pokémon Sword and Shield: Gulp Missile – Cramorant When you use Surf or Dive, Pokémon will come with prey, which will attack when the Pokémon is attacked. Neutralizing Gas – Galarian Weezing Pokémon with this ability nullifies the abilities of all Pokémon on the field. Steam Engine – Rolycoly This Pokémon increases SPD by 3x fold when attacked by a fire-type or a water-type attack.…

In our Pokémon Sword and Shield Starter Pokémon Guide will help you learn all about different Starter Pokémon, their abilities, traits, and more. Hopefully, the Pokémon Sword and Shield Guide will help you choose the best Pokémon to start with. Pokémon Sword and Shield Starter Pokémon At the start of Pokémon Sword and Shield, you’ll only have 3 Pokémon to choose from. These 3 Starter Pokémon are Grookey, Scorbunny, and Sobble. In our Starter Pokémon Guide, we’ll discuss these Pokémon in detail so that you’re able to make an informed decision. Before we start, it’s important to note that Hop and Galar (the League Champion) will always have Starter Pokémon that your Start Pokémon are weak to. While not a major deal, it’s definitely something that you should keep in mind. Grookey Grass-type Pokémon, Grookey features a decent HP pool, physical attacks, and defense. Its Overgrow ability allows Grookey to…

Obsidian’s The Outer Worlds supports a collection of PC console commands that can be used for different effects. However, the way dev-console works in TOW is a little different than Fallout, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, etc. where all you needed to do was to press the ~ key to launch the console. The Outer Worlds Console Commands Guide will help you learn all about different PC codes in TOW. The Outer Worlds Console Commands To start, first, you need to download SunBeam’s Unlocker from the link. You’ll also need the password sunbeamFRF (caps sensitive) to unlock the .zip file. You need to unpack the files of the folder in the directory: Epic Games/TheOuterWorlds/Indiana/Binaries/Win64 Once you’ve done that, you’ll need to run The Outer Worlds and open up the Main Menu. At this point, press Alt + Tab and open IGCInjector.exe from the files you pasted in Win64 folder. Once…

The new part of the Luigi’s Mansion 3 series is out and it is totally awesome. The game consists of gems located around the mansion through the game. Collecting all of them will lead to you getting a diamond attachment for your suction cup. In this Luigi’s Mansion 3 guide we will tell you all the locations of the gems in Luigi’s Mansion 3 throughout the two basements and 15 floors. Luigi’s Mansion 3 Gems Locations Gems in Luigi’s Mansion 3 aren’t hard to find you just need to know where to find them. Each floor has roughly six gems that can found. Following are the locations of the 102 Gems in Luigi’s Mansion 3: B1 Gems Locations The first gem in basement 1 can be found in the Service Hallway outside if the laboratory. Just find a painting and use darklight on it for the gem. The next gem…

There aren’t many craftable items in Death Stranding. One item that can be crafted and holds very great importance is the EX Grenades. Death Stranding EX Grenades has three types and each can be helpful against the BTs. This EX Grenades Guide will include all the details on how to craft these grenades, their types, and uses as well. Death Stranding EX Grenades The unique EX Grenades are easy to craft but are finite so you can’t just go around tossing them everywhere you like. There are three different types of EX Grenades and all of them are crafted differently but in the same place. First, go to your private room and go to the restroom. Here, you will have to do three things and each will create an EX Grenade with more intensity than the last. The first one can be made by showering as the EX Grenade requires…

Planet Zoo has just released and it is ideal for players who want to lay back, relax, and make the perfect zoo of their dreams. As the game has just been released, the game has some bugs. Many are minor bugs but the major one is the food bug. This Planet Zoo bug is that zookeepers in a zoo are not refilling the food and many of the animals in the zoos are dying of starvation. In this Planet Zoo Guide, we will include all the details on possible solutions on how to fix or in the last case scenario work food not refilling in the game. Zoo Keepers Not Refiling Food in Planet Zoo This bug has been constantly raised by the community but the developers are saying that this isn’t a bug. The first solution according to the developers is that you should make a cabin for the…

Franchise Mode in Planet Zoo allows you to make your own zoo. As you are making the zoo, you are free to choose whatever you want inside the zoo. You can have a lot of coworkers and habitats for the animals. You can also build facilities around and make the best zoo out there. Franchise Mode can be played offline so don’t worry about that. This guide will include all the details on Franchise Mode in Planet Zoo and tips on setting up exhibits and other things. Planet Zoo Franchise Mode The first step in the Franchise Mode is to start making the zoo the best way possible. At first, you will have a specific amount which you have to spend on literally everything in the zoo. The game will encourage you to do this and do that to such an extent that you will go broke. We don’t want…

Having more carrying capacity in Death Stranding goes a long way. This is directly tied to unlocking and upgrading your Power Skeleton in the game. In this Death Stranding Guide, we’ve detailed everything you need to know about how to increase your carrying capacity in the game. Increase Carrying Capacity in Death Stranding By default, Sam can’t carry more than 120kg of cargo in the game. Increasing it is directly related to the Power Skeleton. To begin, you need to progress through the story until you reach the Central Region, Lake Knot City. At this point in the game, you’ll receive some delivery orders from Die-Hardman who will take you to the Engineer. Successfully delivering said items to the Engineer will reward you with a Power Skeleton and the ability to craft them from any terminal. When equipped with a Power Skeleton, you’ll increase your carrying capacity in the game.…

As you progress through the game by delivering cargo and other stuff. You will get the reverse trike which can help you a lot in moving around and going long distances. But as it is a piece of machinery it will be damaged as time progresses through either Timfall or just the crashing into rocks etc. How do you repair vehicles in Death Stranding? No the healing spray used for cargo won’t work on vehicles. This guide will include all the details on how to repair your vehicles and how to customize them. Repair and Customize Vehicles To repair vehicles in Death Stranding be it your vehicle or someone else’s vehicle you need to take it to the Safe Houses located around the world. Go to the Safehouse and park your vehicle on the elevator. Now there are two ways of repairing the vehicle either you can go to the delivery terminal and select “Garage” and in it, you can see…