It’s your first night in Zelda, Breath of the Wild, the temperature is dropping, and you have no idea how to get warm. How do you build a camp fire? How do you craft a torch? Either one will make you warm, but instructions are few and far between in Zelda.
Your first night will be about finding fire. Fire can be found in campsites, under cooking pots, and even in lanterns. You can transfer fire around the place by sticking some wood into it and taking the burning item to a better location. Watch out though, dry grass catches on fire in Zelda, Breath of the Wild, and though it will warm you, it may be to your ultimate detriment.
Alternative means of making fire in Zelda:
Find fire arrows, which will set wood on fire when fired at it.
Collect flint from ores, drop it on the ground next to a pile of wood or at an un-lit campfire, and strike it with a metal blade.
Kill fire jellies and take their fiery innards.
Use a torch to carry fire around for portable warmth. Torches are lootable items from camp sites.
The Vive is everything I ever wanted. Everything I ever dreamed. I have never been so happy to smash my hand into the wall by accident, or to feel vaguely nauseous after 0.2 seconds of emulated Minecraft VR (Minecraft may be the ultimate VR test. It may also replace that swingy arm simulator thing they use for training astronauts. And all other emetics.)
The price has dropped by 25% already, just nine months after release, and a few months ahead of titles like Fallout 4 for VR are due to be released. Fallout 4 bored the brains out of me (if you’re careless enough to let a mad scientist steal your baby, you may as well let him keep him) but I can’t wait to stand in the wasteland of infinite radiant AI quests and test my mettle against all the enemies which will have no chance against me because I will be toggling god mode just as soon as the game loads.
The best game thus far in my week of playthrough is two different games.
A guy lost 50 pounds playing soundboxing, I just lost my mind, flailing around my office like someone whose seizure medication just wore off. If I have one complaint its that there aren’t enough filters on the beatmaps yet, and apparently most soundboxers just can’t get enough of manga music, so scrolling through endless high pitched songs danced by cartoons gets tedious for those of us who are looking for good solid beats, like EYE OF THE TIGER. Leaderboards make things fun, climbing to the top of the Soundboxing dominance heirarchy with your punching fists.
Very cartoony, very simple, very good. There are lots of shooting games available for VR and most of them are visually impressive and mechanically lacking. This game strikes that and reverses it, and holy heck is it fun tossing T-bone cuts of meat into hordes of zombie cut outs to blast them away with grenades and other unlockables.
Have fun driving an RC car in minecraft! This remote control car mod allows you to explore dangerous places without risking your own blocky neck. Minecraft modder Mr Crayfish, the gamer who bought you dabbing in minecraft, and the minecraft furniture and painting mods has done it again with this mod which adds a remote control car to minecraft. Planned updates include more car models, different attachments, and the possibility of RC car battles in minecraft!
Play Grand Theft Auto in Minecraft with Crashy Road, a Minecraft GTA 5 style map which lets you drive several different kinds of cars (yes, minecraft cars) through a destructible world, avoid cops (and wool helicopters) and win rewards through a play to win lottery system whic will enable you to add new vehicles to your minecraft garage.
This minecraft seed will spawn you near a village complete with a desert temple half buried beneath it, and a second village to the east. In addition to having two villages within walking range of the spawn point, this minecraft seed also spawns you next to a herd of horses AND a pack of wolves. This is the perfect minecraft seed for anyone looking to start a fun minectaft survival map.