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Remnant From The Ashes Free Download Unfitgirl Remnant: From The Ashes demands a lot from you while offering very little in return. Its excellent combat and high-stakes, randomized progression system gives it moments of pure blissful excitement, especially in co-op. But its frequent difficulty spikes and underwhelming gear system rob it of the consistently “tough but fair” feeling that gives Souls games their infamous appeal. The elevator pitch for Remnant is basically Dark Souls with a heavy focus on ranged, gun-based combat, and it sticks closely to that format. Your team of three fights across randomly generated maps and slays boss monsters in the hopes of earning extremely rare loot. Gunfire Games did a good job of building out a world that feels unique with lots of fine details that are fun to uncover, but the actual post-apocalyptic story about a battle against an evil called The Root lacks personality and a driving purpose to keep things interesting on that front. I found myself being told where to go and what to do a lot by sparse voice acting, but I was never given much of a reason to care about anything but the basics. Visually, Remnant’s environments are grotesquely stunning. Each zone has a beauty all its own while also leaning into a dark, twisted vision of the world. The swamp zone in the second half of the campaign is familiar at first, seeming similar to real swamps on Earth right up until you see the slimy, aggressive creatures swimming through the water to sneak up on you, or the beautiful moth-like women that scream and dance around in big flourishes while fighting remind you it’s very much not of this world. (The first time you encounter a new enemy like this you’ve got to stay vigilant, because basic grunt is just as capable of killing you as a boss if it catches you unprepared.)Unfitgirl.COM SEXY GAMES

Remnant From The Ashes Free Download Unfitgirl
Remnant From The Ashes Free Download Unfitgirl

The flow of progression from boss to boss is pretty simple: you enter a new zone, explore until you find a door to the next area or a checkpoint, go forward, fight the eventual boss, and repeat. Zones are small enough that you don’t really get lost, but large enough that it doesn’t just feel like a linear series of corridors. Each of those areas is one of a great variety of pre-made hunks that are rearranged each time a world is loaded for the first time (but can be reset without losing your character’s progress by “re-rolling” a campaign), keeping things from becoming predictable even after you’ve completed the first 18-hour playthrough. Since bosses appear in randomized order during dungeons, and each one gives you a unique trait when you kill it, subsequent playthroughs can be quite different. For example, if you kill The Unclean One boss in the Swamp zone you’ll get the Glutton trait, which increases how quickly you drink consumables with each trait point spent. Or, if you defeat the Ent boss in the Earth zone, he’ll drop the Quick Hands trait which improves reload speed. (The developers say you’ll only see around 45% of the content in a single run.) It’s very roguelike in its progression systems, though definitely not in how it handles death – you don’t lose everything. But that randomness makes boss encounters even more stressful and rewarding. On top of all that, enemies are randomized to great effect as well. Initial placement of each monster is set when the world generates the first time you enter it, but while you’re playing through a level there’s a behind the scenes “AI director” (in the vein of Left 4 Dead) that’s picking and choosing when to throw the kitchen sink at you.

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Making sure nothing is ever too predictable. If things are particularly intense, sometimes Remnant will decide to crank things up to 11 and spawn a swarm of small enemies and a miniboss or two and just try to overwhelm you. In the interest of fairness, there’s a suspenseful, high-pitched noise when this happens so you aren’t caught completely off guard. Hearing that sound always gave me anxiety, but it plays in a descending tone once you’ve killed whatever it spawned to let you know you can rest easy for a few seconds. Combat is absolutely fantastic. Everything has a satisfying weight behind it, whether it be each of the various gun types or individual melee weapons. Swinging a heavy hammer down to smash through enemies before switching to a shotgun and blowing off heads, then dodge-rolling out of the way of a charging brute is the kind of intensity you can expect in a standard enemy encounter. There’s no block button, so dodge-rolling and stamina management is crucial. You can dodge through enemies and attacks if you time it correctly, so getting into a rhythm is super important and satisfying when you execute it well. Technically speaking there are no classes in Remnant, but at the start you pick one of three different archetypes that simply define your starting weapons, armor, and weapon mod. As you play you’ll discover new weapons and gear scattered throughout the world every now and then, mostly as hidden secrets, but the majority of your new loot is actually crafted from the materials boss monsters drop. Between these special, secret loot finds, and just upgrading existing gear, that forms the vast majority of the looting experience. Space Engineers

Remnant From The Ashes Free Download Unfitgirl
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What I love about Remnant: From the Ashes is that it feels difficult without being punishing. Failure will come early and often, but, unlike Dark Souls or various other games in the genre, dying is more of a learning opportunity than a cause for reprimand. Instead of losing resources and respawning further behind than when you died, you,ll come back at the last save point with everything intact (including XP!). It helped keep my motivation up, even after losing to the same bosses five, ten, or many more times in a row. Im not saying I never got frustrated, but that frustration rarely knocked on the door of enmity. There are still consequences for defeat. Save points are few and far between, and I was constantly debating in my head when it was right to press on if my equipment was running low, and when it was best to head back, rest to replenish, and respawn all of the basic enemies. Where the line between entertaining challenge and frustrating punishment lies is different for everyone, but it was absolutely perfect for me. Speaking of navigating the game world, Remnant is a bit of a mixed bag in the exploration department. Environments are procedurally generated (and are able to be re-rolled) from pre-made chunks. On one hand, I did find the different game worlds that you,ll enter to be satisfyingly different from each other and enjoyable to work through, but, within each, there isn,t a ton of variation in what you,re going to see. The actual layout of each map chunk is good, with a nice mix of tight and open areas, and is big enough to provide some exploration opportunities. What,s actually in those paths, though, starts to look the same after a while. Overall the setting isn,t going to knock your socks off, but there,s enough detail and functionality that I consider them, at absolute worst, a neutral element in the game.


Remnant may put focus on progression, crafting, and equipment upgrades, but the way it goes about it is far simpler and more straightforward than I expected. As much as I enjoy deep-diving into character customization with winding, complex skill trees and interactions, I found the progression to be satisfyingly simple. Loot is actually pretty rare. You,ll find crafting materials and basic consumables frequently, but you,re not going to be running around with 15 weapons that differ by no more than a stat point here or there. Progress is slow, and it sells the ,survival, vibe of the setting. What you will find, though, is fun, and some of the abilities and weapon modifications are straight-up weird (in a good way!) It also fought my ,fear of missing out Im guessing I,m not alone, but every time I play a game with upgradable gear I end up beating the game with half of my upgrade materials still sitting in my bag. I,m afraid of spending them when something better might be (and probably is) right around the corner! It,s not an issue I had here. I spent as I acquired, and I never regretted it. Of course, whether this is a pro or con is going to depend on your preferences. There,s a case to be made that things might be too streamlined, or that the lack of new gear every hour might kill some of the drive to progress, but, to me, it made beating a boss and collecting a new upgrade, or finding a weapon in a secret area, all the more exciting. Thinking back, Darksiders III’s move to a Soulslike now makes sense. Gunfire’s newest game, although not necessarily similar in raw gameplay to the third Horseman’s outing, is a passion project for the studio and also happens to be a Soulslike.Koloro Switch NSP

Remnant From The Ashes Free Download Unfitgirl
Remnant From The Ashes Free Download Unfitgirl

Remnant: From the Ashes begins with your custom character riding the waves of a storm on their tiny boat, attempting to reach a mysterious tower on a nearby coast. A massive, skyscraper-sized wave puts paid to that mission however, leaving your poor avatar washed ashore just out of reach of their ultimate destination. You awaken in the ruin of an old coastal city, nothing but chain link fences, concrete and the gutted corpses of vehicles for company. Well, that’s until the strange creatures show up, attempting to tear your innards out. Luckily, your old, battered sword washed up with you, allowing you to fight your way to the sounds of battle up ahead. After a series of events that sets out the stall for the rest of the game, you are brought into the humans’ safe haven of Ward 13. This will be your hub for the foreseeable future, where you can upgrade and buy new weapons, armour and other things to help keep you alive in your travels. It’s also full of NPCs that will help flesh out the story for you, if you fancy a chat. Now, this is the part where things will sound a bit odd. Remnant: From the Ashes isn’t your average Soulslike, it doesn’t even take away your experience when you die. If that makes you wonder what’s going on, activating checkpoint crystals will still repopulate any creatures you’ve killed in the area. Except bosses, of course. That would be downright evil. So, how does this game work? Well, think about if Bloodborne, Diablo and Destiny had a baby. I’ll let you figure out the logistics of that for yourself. You have the RPG ideals of those games: levelling up your characters through combat and choosing the right gear and weapons for your playstyle.


You have three separate classes in the Hunter (mainly ranged), Scrapper (up close and personal) and the Ex-Cultist, who plays more of a support role but can still hold their own in a scrap. Speaking of which, scrap is where the Diablo looting comes into play, albeit in a hybrid sense, mixed with Bloodborne’s blood echo gathering. As you explore the world (or worlds, more accurately) of Remnant: From the Ashes you’ll gather scrap and ammo from the enemies you kill, on top of the experience gained. Smashing boxes and opening crates/chests will see you finding more scrap, as well as things like iron that is used to upgrade your weapons and armour. Occasionally, you’ll stumble upon weapons and armour pieces throughout the world, too. You then warp back to Ward 13 using a checkpoint crystal, and there you will be able to upgrade your weapons and armour using iron (and other items, as you upgrade to higher levels). You’ll just have to pay a small scrap fee to do so. You can also craft boss weapons using unique materials dropped by certain enemies, as well as increase the number of Dragon Heart uses you take with you. Think of that like Estus in Dark Souls, because we needed a fourth game for comparison, didn’t we? It gets a little more complicated too, as you level up. You earn a trait point to spend with every level-up, or through rare tomes hidden within the worlds, beginning with simple ones like health and stamina upgrades. As you reach certain milestones within the story, or through co-op play, more and more traits will be added to your repertoire.

These offer extra armour, ranged protection, elemental protection, even bonuses for playing in a group, and they all add up to creating a character that reflects your style of play, provided you have the trait point to upgrade what you want. My Hunter was adapted for quick escapes and quicker reloads, to keep her on her toes and away from the claws and blades of the Root, but she was also handy with a hatchet if things got a little too close. She could even summon limited help, via a gun mod. Yep, more customisation. Gun mods can be crafted in Ward 13 or discovered throughout your travels, and they’re charged through use of the guns to which they are attached. Only two guns can be equipped at any one time, but with the right mod slotted into each, you can turn the tide of a battle with well-timed usage. Or, in my case, you can often forget they are there until it’s too late, because I’m an idiot. The thing is, this may be a strange mix of several games across multiple genres, but the end result is entirely its own thing. And it’s damn good, with a depth that easily rivals that of the games from which it borrows. There’s a story in there that is told through proper scenes and dialogue trees, rather than the FromSoft method of making you sift through item descriptions and vague environmental storytelling. Or worse, Destiny’s Grimoire nonsense. That being said, items do still have cryptic quotes attached to them, that are simply optional additions to the story already being told. There are texts found throughout the game that hint to other events and sometimes give you a glimpse into story beats that have yet to be reached.

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Remnant: From the Ashes is a third-person survival action shooter set in a post-apocalyptic world overrun by monstrous creatures. As one of the last remnants of humanity, you’ll set out alone or alongside up to two other players to face down hordes of deadly enemies and epic bosses, and try to carve a foothold, rebuild, and then retake what was lost. The world has been thrown into chaos by an ancient evil from another dimension. Humanity is struggling to survive, but they possess the technology to open portals to other realms and alternate realities. They must travel through these portals to uncover the mystery of where the evil came from, scavenge resources to stay alive, and fight back to carve out a foothold for mankind to rebuild… Explore dynamically-generated worlds that change each time you play through them, creating new maps, enemy encounters, quest opportunities, and in-world events. Each of the game’s four unique worlds is filled with monstrous denizens and environments that will provide fresh challenges with each playthrough. Adapt and explore… or die trying. Overcome tough-as-nails enemies and epic bosses throughout hostile environments to earn experience, valuable loot and upgrade materials you can use to build a wicked arsenal of weapons, armor, and modifications to approach each encounter dozens of unique ways. Invading other worlds to seek an end to the Root is dangerous and survival is far from guaranteed. Team up with up to two other players to increase your chances of survival. Teamwork is necessary to make it through the game’s toughest challenges… and unlock its greatest rewards.Realms of Magic 

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Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 7 / 8 / 10 64 bit
Processor: Intel Core i3-7350K (4.20 GHz) or better
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: AMD Radeon RX 470
DirectX: Version 11

Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 7 / 8 / 10 64 bit
Processor: Intel Core i5-4590 (3.70 GHz) or better
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 970
DirectX: Version 11


  1. Open the Start menu (Windows ‘flag’ button) in the bottom left corner of the screen.
  2. At the bottom of the Start menu, type Folder Options into the Search box, then press the Enter key.
  3. Click on the View tab at the top of the Folder Options window and check the option to Show hidden files and folders (in Windows 11, this option is called Show hidden files, folders, and drives).
  4. Click Apply then OK.
  5. Return to the Start menu and select Computer, then double click Local Disk (C:), and then open the Program Files folder. On some systems, this folder is called ‘Program Files(x86)’.
  6. In the Program Files folder, find and open the folder for your game.
  7. In the game’s folder, locate the executable (.exe) file for the game–this is a faded icon with the game’s title.
  8. Right-click on this file, select Properties, and then click the Compatibility tab at the top of the Properties window.
  9. Check the Run this program as an administrator box in the Privilege Level section. Click Apply then OK.
  10. Once complete, try opening the game again


  1. First you will need YUZU Emulator. Download it from either Unfitgirl, .. Open it in WinRar, 7ZIP idk and then move the contents in a folder and open the yuzu.exe.
  2. There click Emulation -> Configure -> System -> Profile Then press on Add and make a new profile, then close yuzu
    Inside of yuzu click File -> Open yuzu folder. This will open the yuzu configuration folder inside of explorer.
  3. Create a folder called “keys” and copy the key you got from here and paste it in the folder.
  4. For settings open yuzu up Emulation -> Configure -> Graphics, Select OpenGL and set it to Vulkan or OpenGL. (Vulkan seems to be a bit bad atm) Then go to Controls and press Single Player and set it to custom
  5. Then Press Configure and set Player 1 to Pro Controller if you have a controller/keyboard and to Joycons if Joycons. Press Configure and press the exact buttons on your controller After you’re done press Okay and continue to the next step.
  6. Download any ROM you want from Unfitgirl, .. After you got your File (can be .xci or .nsp) create a folder somewhere on your PC and in that folder create another folder for your game.
  7. After that double-click into yuzu and select the folder you put your game folder in.
  8. Lastly double click on the game and enjoy it.

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