These screenshots were rendered in-game and captured at various high-megapixel resolutions using a combination of the following tools.
Interestingly, this video doesn’t demonstrate my most skilled confrontation with Abaddon, but it is the one where I was most successful. This is phase two of the battle. Unfortunately, I did not capture the first phase.
With respect to character action games, I tend toward the conservative in that I like to stick and move, waiting the right time to strike, and then backing off.
My health was entirely too low toward the end of this battle, so I played it safe by using the cross-blade from a distance. Other than that, this video should give you a pretty good idea how to beat Tiamat in Darksiders.
The zolton.org Social Plugin is a simple plugin for WordPress that integrates a blog with popular social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter.
New and Updated Features
- Modified for use with the Twenty Fourteen theme. If you are using Twenty Fourteen, set your Facebook comment width to 474.
- Updated social plugins to latest SDKs (where available).
- Modified alignment of social buttons.
- Tested with WordPress 3.9.1.
Now Available on GitHub
Developers can now contribute to the zolton.org Social Plugin from the GitHub project page.
A compilation of videos I made demonstrating how to defeat the bosses of Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning on hard mode.
Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning is something of a mixed bag. The combat system is fluid and fun, and Amalur itself can be gorgeous looking (with a little post-processing such as SweetFX). Unfortunately, the story, characters, and crafting mechanic are somewhat generic. I found myself losing steam two thirds of the way through the main quest. I am glad I finished the game, but I don’t see any compelling reason to return to finish the side quests.
I recently published a guide on Steam to Bioshock Infinite (PC) detailing how to reduce stuttering and improve performance. Please let me know if you have any questions.
Steam Community Guides: Bioshock Infinite – How to Reduce Stuttering and Improve Performance