There Is No Light dark indie action-RPG official key art and logo

There Is No Light is a brutally fast paced action-RPG that rewards you for taking risks and playing aggressive. Combine that with the simple fact that both you and your enemies are glass cannons that hit hard and fall apart even harder, and it's very easy to see how one can find themselves in a bit of a rut at some point in their journey.

So if you're new to the more challenging side of the action-RPG genre, or if you're simply looking to make your first run through There Is No Light as smooth as possible, allow me to share with you some handy tips and advice to help you get started. Without wasting any more time, let us begin!

Turbo Overkill artwork for the beginner's guide

Turbo Overkill is a fast paced and explosion fueled shooter with quite a large arsenal of weapons and abilities to toy around with. However, in order to counterbalance that, the enemies come in hordes and can deal a hefty chunk of damage if you're not careful.

So if you're new to the whole 'boomer shooter' genre, or simply curious about what to watch out for in your first run through Turbo Overkill, allow me to share with you some handy tips and advice to help you get started. Without further ado, let us begin!

Total War: Warhammer 2 artwork of Karl Franz on his gryphon

With a myriad of unique races, factions, units and playstyles, the Total War: Warhammer series represents some of the finest strategy games released in the past decade. However, everything that makes these games so incredibly fun to play is also something that makes them incredibly tricky to get into for beginners.

So if you would like your first experience with either of the three games to be a smooth and enjoyable one, allow me to give you some simple tips and advice to help set you on the right path. I'll be using screenshots from Total War: Warhammer 2 here since that's the game I'd recommend you begin your journey with, but all of this is generally useful information that applies to all three games. Without wasting any more time, let us begin!

Tiny Tina's Wonderlands official artwork and logo

Inspired by Borderlands 2's highly popular DLC Tiny Tina's Assault on Dragon Keep, Tiny Tina's Wonderlands is an explosively ridiculous homage to the RPG genre. And much like its predecessor, Wonderlands brings with it a whole bunch of stats, weapons, locations and tricky enemies to contend with.

So if you would like your first experience with Wonderlands to be a nice and pleasant one, allow me to give you some simple tips and advice to help you get started. Without further ado, here's the brief list:

Tunic Beginner's Guide artwork with logo

Tunic is a highly enjoyable and Zelda inspired action-adventure with a heavy focus on exploration. While the difficulty curve might not be all that extreme, Tunic can still be quite tricky to get into, especially if you miss some of the cryptic clues and end up becoming underpowered or simply stuck.

So if you want your first experience with Tunic to be as smooth as possible, allow me to give you some spoiler-free tips and advice to get you started. Without further ado, here's the brief list: