fifa15guide – Jurgen Klopp laments Liverpool defensive errors as Palace profit

Jurgen Klopp was not frustrated about his former player Christian Benteke scoring, but rather Liverpool’s defending vs. him.
Janusz Michallik breaks down all four teams that are still in contention for the remaining Champions League spots.

LIVERPOOL — Jurgen Klopp lamented Liverpool’s defending after their top-four hopes were hit by Sunday’s 2-1 defeat to Crystal Palace at Anfield.

Former Liverpool striker Christian Benteke, who left in the summer, scored twice to give Palace three points that all but secure their Premier League status.

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Philippe Coutinho had given Liverpool a 24th-minute lead with a long-range free-kick, but Benteke was left unmarked to level before the break and then took advantage of confusion at a corner to score the winner 16 minutes from time.

“Christian Benteke is an outstandingly good striker and there’s no doubt about it, but if you leave him alone like we did around the first goal then I am not sure he needed all his skills for this goal,” Klopp told his postmatch news conference.

“A lot of strikers maybe would fail in a moment like this because it was probably not the easiest [chance], but we left him alone and that makes no sense.

“The second one, that’s our mistake and nobody else is to blame for it.

“We gave them the opportunity out of nothing to score the first goal. One long ball, one cross and Benteke alone in the box — there is no excuse. You could see immediately their confidence grew.

“We did it again out of nothing — we gave the corner away. I know how often we spoke about set-pieces but if we hit the ball [away] at the first post, then it’s a bad corner.

“We didn’t hit it, so it’s a goal, that’s how it is. It made the game not easy.”

Christian Benteke profited from Liverpool confusion at a corner.

Palace boss Sam Allardyce said his side had exploited Liverpool’s frailties and added: “Liverpool, at home, play a superbly attacking style, which means both full-backs will go right up the pitch.

“It means that [Joel] Matip and [Dejan] Lovren are very exposed.

“If you get the right runners in behind then the two big men don’t like turning and running back towards their own goal, which is exactly where Yohan Cabaye [who crossed for the first Palace goal] came in today.

“The ball over Lovren’s head to Cabaye completely left those two centre-halves for dead and the ball to Christian Benteke was absolutely outstanding.

“On the corners, everybody knows Liverpool are pretty weak. They’ve conceded six [goals] off corners, which we told the lads about. It’s now seven off that corner that’s got us the winner.”

Palace winger Andros Townsend, who took the decisive corner, told Sky Sports. “We have made a habit of upsetting the big teams and have done it again thanks to the big man.

“We are almost there. Never say never, but we can start looking up the table and seeing where we can finish.”

Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge was not part of the squad on Sunday due to a recurrence of his hip injury, a source told ESPN FC.

Glenn is ESPN FC’s Liverpool correspondent. You can follow him on Twitter: @GlennPrice94.

Arsenal proved doubters wrong with FA Cup win vs. Man City – Arsene Wenger on fifa15guide

Arsene Wenger was proud of how Arsenal stepped up to the occasion and silenced critics to reach the FA Cup final.
Janusz Michallik recaps an improbable victory for Arsenal over Manchester City in the FA Cup.

LONDON — Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger praised his players for proving their doubters wrong by coming from a goal down to beat Manchester City in the FA Cup semifinal on Sunday.

Alexis Sanchez scored in extra-time to secure a 2-1 win at Wembley and send the Gunners into the final for the third time in four years.

It gives Arsenal and Wenger a chance to salvage a disappointing season and could ease some of the pressure on the manager, who said it proved his side could still compete with the top teams despite a string of recent Premier League losses.

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“I felt it was a big mental test for us today because many people questioned that, can we turn up on an occasion like that?” Wenger said.

“That’s why I’m very proud of the players. As a manager, your biggest joy is when you feel you have a real team performance. That was the case today, and that’s why I’m happy today.”

Wenger, who has yet to announce whether he will sign a new contract this summer, said he did not want to look at the win as a personal vindication.

“Honestly, when you watch the stands today and you see how big this club is, I just feel happy when our fans go home tonight and are happy,” he added.

“And when I don’t win the games I feel sad because I don’t feel that I give what people want.

“We have gone through a very difficult period, and we have faced some adversity that made the situation even more difficult from the inside as well.

“But we have shown a united response, not a divided response. But of course, mentally we were in a fragile position.”

Arsene Wenger
Arsene Wenger celebrates Arsenal’s FA Cup semifinal win on Sunday.

Wenger won the tactical battle against Pep Guardiola, sticking to the back-three formation he had deployed against Middlesbrough last Monday.

It meant City were allowed to dominate possession, but Arsenal’s defence — which has looked so fragile in recent months — held firm until Sergio Aguero was able to outpace Nacho Monreal and chip past Petr Cech for the opening goal.

However, Monreal levelled 10 minutes later, thumping home a cross from Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, and Sanchez pounced on a loose ball to net the winner in the 101st minute.

Arsenal’s three centre-backs — Laurent Koscielny, Gabriel Paulista and Rob Holding — dealt well with City’s dangerous attackers throughout the game.

Gabriel had one of his best games in an Arsenal shirt, and Wenger said: “Today I felt he could intervene for Oxlade-Chamberlain on [Leroy] Sane’s ball through. Sane goes a lot in behind, and I felt he had the pace to cover and to tackle, and he did that very well.

“In the second half I think he saved three, four balls. So I just thought he is well-suited for this position.”

The new defensive formation has brought two straight wins, but when asked if he should have made the switch sooner Wenger said: “I like your question, because it shows exactly what our job is.

“No matter what you do, even if you get it right at some stage, people say: ‘Why didn’t you do it earlier?’

“The opposite is right as well. If you get your starting lineup wrong and you change it half-time, people say: ‘You see, he’s a tactical magician because he changed the team at half-time.’ But they forget that he got it wrong at the start.

“I think what I did was just to give a bit more security to a team who conceded three goals in the last three away games.”

Mattias is ESPN FC’s Arsenal correspondent. Follow him on Twitter: @MattiasKaren.

fifa15guide – Leo Messi revives La Liga title race with dramatic Clasico win over Real Madrid

In one of the most entertaining iterations of El Clasico, Lionel Messi scored with the final kick of the game for a 3-2 win.
In one of the most entertaining iterations of El Clasico, Lionel Messi scored with the final kick of the game for a 3-2 win.
Lionel Messi stuns the Bernabeu to move Barcelona Level on points with Real Madrid atop La Liga.
Dan Thomas and Alejandro Moreno break down Lionel Messi and Barcelona’s last-gasp victory over Real Madrid in El Clasico.

Lionel Messi blew the La Liga title race wide open as his 500th Barcelona goal stunned Real Madrid by giving the Catalans a 3-2 El Clasico win at the Bernabeu.

Messi — sporting a black eye and missing teeth following Marcelo’s first-half challenge on him — struck twice with his winner coming from the last kick of the match.

Ivan Rakitic had earlier given Barcelona a 2-1 lead, while Casemiro and James Rodriguez were on target for hosts Real, who had skipper Sergio Ramos sent off 13 minutes from time for a two-footed challenge on Messi.

Barcelona go top because they have a better head-to-head record than Real, although Zinedine Zidane’s men have a game in hand and therefore six matches left to play to the Catalans’ five.

In an end-to-end contest, Real took a 28th-minute lead when Ramos hooked his shot against the post and Casemiro slid the rebound into an empty net.

But Barcelona were level within five minutes when Rakitic’s pass picked out Messi and the Argentinian swerved past Dani Carvajal to finish unerringly past Keylor Navas.

Gareth Bale was forced off through injury on his 100th La Liga appearance, but that was a rare stop in the action with both Marc-Andre ter Stegen and Navas making excellent stops.

But Navas had no chance keeping out Rakitic’s 73rd-minute piledriver and it got worse for Real when Ramos received a Clasico red card for the second successive season.

The challenge on Messi did not make contact with the Barcelona player, but the two-footed tackle was wild and reckless and worthy of a straight red card.

Rodriguez, who had only been on the pitch three minutes, looked as if he had handed Real a point when he converted Marcelo’s cross from close range.

But then Messi met Jordi Alba’s cross from eight yards out to find the bottom right-hand corner of Navas’ net.

Willian Jose scored Real Sociedad’s winner against Deportivo La Coruna.

Willian Jose headed the only goal as Real Sociedad boosted their hopes of qualifying for the Europa League with a 1-0 success over Deportivo La Coruna.

The Brazilian striker connected powerfully with Yuri Berchiche’s 28th-minute cross to direct his 11th league goal of the season into the top-left corner.

Victory for Sociedad moves them to sixth in the table, two points above Basque rivals Athletic Bilbao ahead of the latter’s clash with near-neighbours Eibar on Monday.

Real Betis took advantage of Celta Vigo resting several regulars after reaching the Europa League semi-finals to almost certainly end their relegation fears with a 1-0 win at Balaidos.

Darko Brasanac’s brave 54th-minute diving header gave Betis a deserved victory, the Serbian’s first goal for the club, as a lethargic Celta side created little.

Alaves owed their 1-1 draw at Las Palmas to Ibai Gomez’s controversial second-half equaliser.

Las Palmas took the lead a minute before half-time when Kevin-Prince Boateng fired home Tana’s pass for his 10th goal of the season.

Alaves produced a shock 61st-minute equaliser when Gomez’s shot was allowed to stand, despite the clearly offside Deyverson obstructing the view of goalkeeper Raul Lizoain.

Las Palmas were reduced to 10 men three minutes from time when substitute Marko Livaja was shown a straight red card for a dangerous challenge on Marcos Llorente.

fifa15guide – FIFA 17 Defending Tutorial – Expert Tips

This is one of the most important tutorials you’ll watch on FIFA 17 this year if you are to become an elite player and on of the best. Defending is by far the hardest aspect of the game and it doesn’t come easy to most gamers. Take a look at our in-depth video guide below and learn all the secrets and basic fundamentals to defence on FIFA 17.

These tips will help you out in your online season, Career Mode and FUT Champions against the very best players in the world either online or offline. There are many aspects to defending and these are the following.

  • Marking
  • Stand Tackles
  • Sliding Tackles
  • Jockeying
  • Running with runners off the ball
  • Cutting passing lanes
  • Intercepting
  • Pressure
  • Push and Pull

All of these are covered in this tutorials and you will gain the knowledge on how to perform them all right here. If you get clean sheets and don’t concede a goal, then you only need one goal to win a football match. Everything should start from the back including the goalkeeper.

There will be more in-depth tutorials coming up on the official website and YouTube channel in the following months ahead so make sure to keep an eye out for them as they’re vitally important to your success on the pitch.

Make sure that you are subscribed to the YouTube channel and follow us on Twitter for exclusive content that you won’t fin anywhere else.

fifa15guide – Every Single Intro From FIFA 95 To FIFA 16

In this post we showcase all of the FIFA intros over the years from the beginning on the Sega megadrive to today’s games on the PS4/Xbox One. Check out every intro from FIFA 95 up until 16 in the video below.

Make sure to subscribe to our official YouTube channel to stay completely up to date and also follow us on Twitter where you’ll get exclusive content you won’t find anywhere else.

FIFA 17 Career Mode Best Young U21 Players Potential EPL –

This is the best young under-21 players potential growth on FIFA 17 Career Mode in the English premier League. Check out the full HD video tutorial below to learn all of the young wonderkids that go up to has potential to be special in manager mode.

There are a total of 48 players in the squad report and the amazing talent isn’t all at the top as there’s tank 90+ rated players in the middle and at the bottom of the list. There will be a lot of players you’ll be familiar with that play in the EPL week in week out but also some that are starting to just come on the seen and will break into Premier League 1st teams in the near future.

You will be able to make an incredible team with this guide on Career Mode and have players with Complete Defender, Complete Midfielder and Complete Forward in your squad. The year is 2025 and the last season has been simulated as i played through all seasons up until the last one.

Using the loan glitch to increase a players potential growth you will be able to get your wonderkids to a 90 overall rating quite easily. Make sure to share the content if you enjoyed and there will be more U21 videos on the way throughout the year right here on the official website and YouTube. Subscribe to our YouTube channel to stay right up to date on all publications and follow us on Twitter for exclusive content.

fifa15guide – FIFA 17 Skill & Weak Foot Upgrades – New Legends Leaked

So here’s the latest news regarding FIFA 17, EA Sports have announced the full list of players who’ve had their weak foot and skill move stars upgraded. There are a select number of players who’ve seen their stats change since yesterday and you can see who exactly they were and the changes below.

New Five Star Weak Foot – 5*

Mehmet Topal (Fenerbahce SK / Super Lig) – OVR 80

Cristian Ansaldi (Inter / Serie A) – OVR 80

David Fernandez (Real Oviedo / LaLiga 1 | 2 | 3) – OVR 72

Santos (Suwon Samsung Bluewings / K League) – OVR 72

Anthony Limbombe (Club Brugge KV / Belgium Pro League) – OVR 72

Oscar Plano (AD Alcorcon / LaLiga 1 | 2 | 3) – OVR 72

Sebastian Lletget (LA Galaxy / Major League Soccer) – OVR 70

Lee Seung Gi (Sangju Sangmu / K League ) – OVR 69

Faycal Rherras(Heart of Midlothian / Scottish Premiership) – OVR 67

Zeli Ismail (Bury / EFL League One) – OVR 66

Junior Sambia (Chamois Niortais FC / Domino’s Ligue 2)- OVR 64

Nicolas Rommens (KVC Westerlo / Belgium Pro League) -OVR 63

Elio Capradossi (Bari / Serie B) – OVR 61

New Five Star Skillers – 5*

Marlos (Shakhtar Donetsk / Ukrayina Liha) – OVR 82 – 5 Star Skill

Ousmane Dembele (Borussia Dortmund / Bundesliga) – OVR 77 – 5 Star Skill

Giorgi Chanturia (FC Ural / Russian Championship) – OVR 69 – 5 Star Skill

New Four Star Skillers – 4*

Daniel Sturridge (Liverpool / Premier League) – OVR 84 – 4 Star Skill

Marco Asensio (Real Madrid CF / LaLiga Santander) – OVR 81

Manu Trigueros (Villarreal CF / LaLiga Santander) – OVR 80

Thorgan Hazard (Borussia Monchengladbach / Bundesliga) – OVR 79

Yunus Malli (VfL Wolfsburg / Bundesliga) – OVR 79

Heung Min Son (Tottenham Hotspur / Premier League – OVR 78

Emiliano Rigoni (Independiente / Primera Division) – OVR 76

Raphael Guerreiro (Borussia Dortmund/ Bundesliga) – OVR 76

Malcom (FC Girondins de Bordeaux / Ligue 1) – OVR 74

Guilherme (Legia Warszawa / T-Mobile Ekstraklasa ) – OVR 73

Serge Gnabry (SV Werder Bremen/ Bundesliga) – OVR 73

Adama (Middlesbrough/Premier League) – OVR 72

Rafal Wolski (Lechia Gdansk / T-Mobile Ekstraklasa)- OVR 72

Enver Cenk Sahin (FC St. Pauli Hamburg / Bundesliga 2) – OVR 70

Jown Cardona (CC Deportivo Tulua / Liga Dimayor) – OVR 70

Saman Ghoddos (A-stersunds FK / Allsvenskan) – OVR 67

Serge Deble (Viborg FF / Alka Superliga) – OVR 66

Armando Cooper (Toronto FC / Major League Soccer) – OVR 64

Jumpei Kusukami (Western Sydney Wanderers / Hyundai A-League) – OVR 63

Amath Diedhiou (CD Tenerife / LaLiga 1 I 2 I 3) – OVR 62

Jung Bin Park (Viborg FF / Alka Superliga) – OVR 62

Michael Omoh (A-rebro SK / Allsvenskan) – OVR 61

Jesper Karlsson (Falkenbergs FF / Allsvenskan) – OVR 60

New Legends Leaked

The new legends that will possibly be in the game for FUT 18 and on PS4 if rumours are to be true are Diego Maradona, David Beckham and Zinedine Zidane.

fifa15guide – Voodoo Vince Remastered Review


A routine platformer with a lot of heart gets a welcome facelift.

There’s a wonderful scene toward the start of Voodoo Vince where our hero, a raggedy voodoo doll newly brought to life through magic, grabs a trumpet and shades and ambles up to a skeleton jazzman with a trumpet of his own. Much like this remastered version bridging the 14-year gap since Vince’s first appearance on the original Xbox, it’s a meeting of the old and new, and it works well. For a few wonderful seconds the pair slips into a jazz duet that’s so dang cool I half forgot I was playing a game, and that moment is what’s stuck with me several hours later. That’s the remastered version of Voodoo Vince for you. This might be a fairly by-the-numbers platformer, but its unique personality makes it tough to get out of your head.

Voodoo Vince Remastered is a remaster in the truest sense of the word – you’ll find no new levels, bosses, or challenges lurking among the tweaks. That means it’s also as short as it ever was, with a thorough playthrough demanding only around eight hours. I find that barely matters, though, since Vince has been off the radar for so long that it almost feels new. Games with a more “realistic” art style might suffer after such a long absence, but Voodoo Vince’s vaguely Pixarian look allows it to enter the modern age with only a few signs of wrinkles. It looks all the more modern with a new 1080p resolution, 16:9 aspect ratio, and generally steady 60fps frame rate that holds its course on both the PC and Xbox One versions.

Nothing makes Voodoo Vince a joy to play quite like the music.

These improved visuals are important, as there’s no better reason to play Voodoo Vince than to revel in its style. Vince’s adventures unfold in a warped version of New Orleans’ French Quarter and its surrounding swamps, and he’s called on to rescue his creator, Madam Charmaine, after the goons of a long-faced jerk named Kosmo the Inscrutable kidnap her and run off with her zombie dust. It nails the imagery, from a crazy take on Jackson Square where eerie cracks pierce the cobblestones to jaunts through swamps where Vince must make precarious leaps to pick up items for extra lives. Yet nothing makes Voodoo Vince a joy to play quite like the music, which peppers each of the six zones with Dixieland jazz that’s always catchy and seldom intrusive.

Voodoo Vince’s personality further manifests itself in the many puzzles, which might have Vince turning a clock ahead to the right time so he can visit a jazz club for items to complete a level, or riding in a minecart on a subterranean clothesline where he needs to pick up dozens of shirts. It’s got some deadpan humor, too, although it’s often a bit on the lame side. At one point Vince comes across a turtle scientist bragging about his supposedly great genius, and Vince’s witty reply is merely that he can figure out that he’s making a balloon.

Strictly speaking, combat isn’t even that fun.

Naturally, Vince has to hunt down the supplies for this balloon (and other items, depending on zone), and it’s moments like these when Voodoo Vince rolls into action. Developer Beep Industries’ game was often lightly chastised back in the day because its action barely differed from games that were already on shelves, and that much remains true. Vince spends most of his time bouncing from platform to platform collecting optional items like vials of dust to give him more health or pages that unlock an item that gives him more powers, and his basic skillset includes old standbys like double jumps, spins, head stomps, and the ability to slowly glide down while falling. Strictly speaking, that combat isn’t even that fun. Vince’s punches feel as though they hit only a little harder than what you’d expect from a dude made out of burlap, and he can usually ignore and run past most of the enemies he comes across anyway unless he wants to pummel them a bit to regain health or other boosts from the items that drop. Even bosses, while fun to look at, barely pose a challenge until the end.

But Voodoo Vince is not without its own identity. Being a voodoo doll, Vince harms others when he harms himself, and environmental puzzles sometimes lead him to, say, slam an anvil on himself in order to smash a malevolent piggy bank. Vince also picks up around 30 “voodoo powers” in his journeys through exploration or hidden bosses, and there’s great fun in finding which one randomly goes off when you pull both triggers on a gamepad. Sometimes a chainsaw might appear and chop Vince in half, simultaneously causing every enemy in the vicinity to share in the horror. There’s William Tell, where a hail of arrows hits everything on Vince (and the enemies around him) except the apple on his head. It’s all a bit macabre, but it’s pulled off in such a perfect Looney Tunes fashion that it always prompts laughter rather than disgust.

And that’s the bulk of Voodoo Vince. It’s a relatively short, simple platformer, but it oozes with personality and a constant sense of fun that tend to make it more memorable than some of its peers.

The Verdict

Voodoo Vince’s action doesn’t deviate much from the standard conventions of early 21st-century platformers, but its jazzy music and bizarre New Orleans look render it a memorable experience. With modernized textures, resolution, aspect ratio, and frame rate, this remastered version updates Vince for a new generation, and hopefully ensures he won’t get buried like he was in his former incarnation as an Xbox exclusive.


Voodoo Vince: Remastered

Releases April 18, 2017

Xbox One

Full Throttle Remastered Review on fifa15guide


This classic comedy adventure doesn’t look its age, but it sometimes acts it.

There’s plenty to appreciate in Full Throttle Remastered even if you didn’t play the original back when it was released by LucasArts in 1995. It’s a darkly humorous adventure set in a Wild West-like near future, where the last cowboys (biker gangs) are struggling to stay saddled before the march of encroaching technology (hover cars). A clean new art style and remixed sound make this old hog feel refreshed, although with its questionable puzzle logic and technical issues Full Throttle definitely still feels like a 22-year-old adventure game.

Our protagonist, Ben, is the John Wayne of the future: tough as nails but always ready with a quip loaded in the chamber when that’s what the moment requires. With a colorful cast of supporting characters he embarks on a gritty quest for vengeance and salvation, one in which he’ll be knocked off his bike countless times, purposely light himself on fire, and throw concentrated poop in other bikers’ faces.

As a classic point-and-click adventure, Full Throttle mostly involves selecting objects around static environments and telling Ben to interact with them using his eyes, mouth, hands, or feet. It’s a unique system that gives you interesting options without feeling overwhelming.

It’s testament to Tim Schafer’s skillful writing that we get to know Ben well.

It’s often funny, as well. “Something tells me the bridge is out,” Ben mutters as you direct him to examine a bridge that, moments earlier, you witnessed explode in a dramatic fireball. It’s testament to Tim Schafer’s skillful writing that in addition to the humor you get to know Ben pretty well over what really amounts to a pretty short game, at around six hours. And that includes time spent developing excellent side characters like Maureen the mechanic and the dastardly Corley Motors executive, Ripburger.

It all goes down with a great, clean-looking new art style and totally remastered sound. If you’re a Full Throttle fan already you won’t want to miss Remastered for that reason alone, especially because you can easily see exactly how faithful any given frame is by switching back to the old graphics and sound with the press of a button. There’s a weird satisfaction in doing so, and you might find yourself flicking between the old and new styles frequently just to see how far we’ve come since the days of gigantic pixels. That also makes it evident how vastly the sound has been improved, from the quality of Full Throttle’s original songs (get ready to have one or two of those stuck in your head) to the new mix that thrusts the dialogue by skilled voice actors like Mark Hamill and Roy Conrad into the forefront where it belongs.

It could have used some technical polish, though. Although it no longer looks or sounds as old as it is, Full Throttle Remastered includes stuttering scene transitions and severe frame rate drops during action sequences I didn’t expect to see in a 2D-animated game.

Many puzzles are well designed, but just as many make absolutely no sense.

Those issues are irritating but are easy enough to look past if you’ve got the gumption and the grit to see the story through to the end. But if there is one thing that will stand in the way of your riding off into the sunset, it’s the ridiculously unintuitive “adventure game logic” that marked so many old LucasArts adventures. Many of Full Throttle’s puzzles are well designed and thoughtful, but just as many make absolutely no sense, like one where you have to steal multiple boxes of mechanical bunnies that keep magically reappearing every time you screw it up. Those require either a big time investment in trial-and-error or a quick trip to an online guide for a spoilery answer. If you haven’t played Full Throttle before and are determined to see the credits roll on Remastered, don’t be ashamed to look some solutions up, and don’t be surprised when your reaction is less “Ohhh!” and more “Huh?” Ben also gets in high-speed highway duels, clumsy action scenes that have aged poorly despite revamped controls for the Remastered edition.

On the other hand, Full Throttle rewards you for paying attention to everything that’s going on. This world is full of tiny details, many of which become important long after they’re introduced. It would be good to remember, for example, that the Cavefish, a rival biker gang, navigate by the reflective bumps in the road because the helmets they wear make them otherwise blind. That’s both a good world detail and one aspect of a puzzle solution later, which is part of Full Throttle’s biggest strength.

The Verdict

Full Throttle Remastered mostly succeeds on two fronts: As a fresh way to revisit an old classic, and as the ideal entry point for players who haven’t yet smacked rival bikers with a two-by-four on the Mine Road or figured out the combination to Old Man Corley’s safe. There are a couple of sticking points for both old and new players, including some technical issues and (especially for the latter) that questionable “adventure game logic” which is anything but logical. Nevertheless, there’s never been a better time to hit the open road with Ben and his gang.


Full Throttle: Remastered

Releases April 18, 2017


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Black Desert Online Teases Dark Knight Class Coming in March on fifa15guide

Black Desert Online Teases Dark Knight Class Coming in March on fifa15guide


Step into the night and feel your life force flicker: The Dark Knight draws near.


Watch the Dark Knight Teaser Trailer on YouTube:



The Dark Knight is the next character class that players will be able to choose from in Black Desert Online.


In battle, the Dark Knight uses a combination of melee attacks and long-range magic. Wielding a two-handed sword flaring with dark energy, she can quickly overwhelm opponents by unleashing heavy and unrelenting strikes. Tapping into an ancient power from her homeland of Kamasylvia, the Dark Knight can also corrupt and absorb power from spirits around her, then release it onto nearby enemies to extinguish their life force.


Black Desert Online Teases Dark Knight Class Coming in March on fifa15guide


Embrace the shadows when both the Dark Knight and the region of Kamasylvia arrive in Black Desert Online this March as free updates.


Get a free 7-day trial for Black Desert Online here.