As we go through each region in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, we'll continue to update this page with more information.
We've found a whack of Shrines in Lindor's Brow from The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. Here are their locations and solutions.
Here are the Shrines and solutions that we've found thus far for the Sahasra Slope area in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.
While the search for Shrines in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is likely to be an ongoing endeavor, here are the ones we've found.
Though Tajikats Shrine might seem a bit daunting in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, there's a deceptively simple solution.
While Ekochiu Shrine in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom can be a tad confusing, the solution is actually quite simple.
This is our all-in guide on how to find and complete the Shrines of Lookout Landing in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.
Though finding the Adventurous Wayfarer trophy in the previous games was easy, finding them all in Final Fantasy III Pixel Remaster is tough.
If you want to make short work of the final boss in Final Fantasy II Pixel Remaster, you're definitely going to want the Blood Sword.
By far the most difficult enemy to track down in Final Fantasy II Pixel Remaster is the Iron Giant, who can be found in the final dungeon.
The two legendary swords Excalibur and Masamune make a return in Final Fantasy II Pixel Remaster and once again they're easy to miss.
There are plenty of tough enemies in Final Fantasy II Pixel Remaster but the Thunder Gigas might stop you right in your tracks.
While weapons like the Masamune and Excalibur have remained throughout the series, they go all the way back to Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster.
When it comes to easy to miss bosses, the first game in Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster pretty much takes the cake with Warmech.
While the Final Fantasy series is well-known for its variety of fun and addictive mini-games, the first game in the series actually kept things pretty simple in that regard. 15 was not invented by Square and is a very simplistic puzzle game that can be found all over the internet through a quick Google search …
A hidden shop in Lufenia toward the end of Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster will give you access to two of the game's best spells.
As with most Final Fantasy games, Final Fantasy VI Pixel Remaster has many summons for you to collect over the course of your journey.
In order to get the Crusader Magicite in Final Fantasy VI Pixel Remaster, you're going to need to slay eight dragons in the World of Ruin.
Many Final Fantasy games have an optional superboss and Final Fantasy VI Pixel Remaster is no exception, as proven by the Ultima Buster.
Though there are a dozen characters you can recruit in Final Fantasy VI Pixel Remaster early on, a couple of them require more patience.
While there are plenty of characters to recruit in the first half of Final Fantasy VI Pixel Remaster, a couple can only be found much later.
Final Fantasy VI Pixel Remaster has a massive cast of characters for you to interact with and recruit but some of them are easy to miss.
Final Fantasy VI Pixel Remaster has a lot of characters to recruit but party members like Shadow can be especially fickle to keep around.
Atomic Heart: How to Stop a Sprout from Turning Into a Mutant | ‘Assimilation Procedure Interrupted’ Guide
One of the many easily missable trophies in Atomic Heart involves stopping the growth process of the strange plant-like creatures.