Clayton Sterling Cyre
1310 articles published since April 02, 2021
An Animal Crossing: New Horizons player designs part of their island to look like Tatooine from Star Wars, with one villager inhabiting it.
A Minecraft player finds a deformed sheep that resembles a Sniffer while exploring in the early moments of a fresh Survival world.
A Valheim player shares a helpful chart for roof building that can be applied to structures of varying shapes, sizes, and materials.
A Fallout 4 player chooses a unique dialogue when interacting with Mr. Gutsy, which results in a hilarious response from the robot.
A Skyrim mod adds a helpful feature that's found in many modern games but has been missing from the Bethesda RPG since its 2011 release.
A Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom player achieves what they deem is 'powerless flight' by utilizing a cage found on Hyrule's east coast.
An Xbox gamer unexpectedly runs into Head of Xbox Phil Spencer while exploring the open world of Fallout 76's West Virginian Appalachia.
A Skyrim player spots a Thalmor Justiciar in a rare position in the RPG's open world after following the game for nearly 12 years.
A Fallout 4 player finds an incredible use for the mining helmets that can be looted in various parts of the open-world Boston Commonwealth.
A Pokemon fan creates incredible Game Boy and Game Boy Advance 'Pokegardens' dedicated to Pokemon from the nine generations of Pokedex entries.
A Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom player shares fan art of Pokemon that resemble some different creatures from the open world of Hyrule.
A Fallout 4 player shows off their incredible teddy bear collection that's scattered around their Home Plate residence in Diamond City.
An Assassin's Creed fan shares an impressive Xbox achievement accomplishment that may rival the biggest series milestones to date.
A Fallout 4 player points out a key detail about the RPG's settlement-building mechanics that may help others organize their bases.
An unlucky Hogwarts Legacy player plummets to their death after a surprise attack from a spider that dug its way through the ground.
A Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom player highlights a moment that shows the pain of Joy-Con drift when shrines require precise control.
Xbox fixes the multiplayer servers for an underrated Xbox 360 game from 2007, showing its commitment to the backward compatible lineup.