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PAY2BAZAR is the first Bangladeshi gaming products sell website. Here you can buy all the gaming Products. Gift-Card, Game-Coin, Game-Top-Up, Gaming-Consol, and other electrics and fashion products at a cheaper price than others. Our Customer Care tries their best for customer support.

 

Our delivery time is highest 5 minutes after an order for virtual products maximum time we try deliver buyer order instant and as soon as we can.PAY2BAZAR  is the first in the Bangladeshi market where players can buy all gaming products at cheaper prices and also people can buy products like electrics fashion and more, we started our business in 2020 by selling digital gift cards and game currency online with Bangladeshi mobile banking payment.

 

 

PAY2BAZAR is increasing the range of products the demands of regular Bangladeshi Gamers customers. PAY2BAZAR increasing products quantity day by day. PAY2BAZAR is a dependable place for all Bangladeshi gamer’s clients, our thing is to make them shop online safely every day and every week or month.

 

 

PAY2BAZAR All gaming products are available instantly and are delivered quickly via e-mail. PAY2BAZAR has a wide range of Bangladeshi payment methods. And a helpful customer care team, making all the difference for our Bangladeshi Gamer customers. We hope you enjoy our gaming products and service. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to contact us at [email protected]

 

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Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom’s first patch doesn’t remove item duplication glitches

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Nintendo has released the first patch to Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, but the game’s duplication glitches remain.

Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom’s patch notes for version 1.1.1 are minimal, with notes that the update fixes “several issues” to “improve the gameplay experience”, as well as an issue with the main quest ‘The Closed Door’ that prevented players from completing it (I am not that far, but if you know, you know).

More interesting is that the game’s item duplication glitches remain intact.

 

As we reported earlier this week, there are several glitches that allow players to infinitely duplicate items – handy not only for extra fuse ammo, but for valuable items you can sell for extra Rupees.

One glitch I’ve tried involves fusing an item to the bow, switching bows in the pause menu, then quickly un-pausing and pausing again. This last bit is the tricky step as it requires precise timing. I also struggled with the glitch until I realised the bow needs to be equipped but without an arrow nocked or aimed.

After downloading today’s patch, this particular glitch still worked for me.

Another glitch involves duplicating weapons and shields, with a similar un-pause/pause method between saving the game. I’ve had no luck with this myself, but reports online suggest this does still work.

Of course, these glitches severely unbalance the game. Still, if you’re desperate for Rupees

 

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Tears of the Kingdom: ‘Zelda’s escapism helps us through tough times’

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Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is a certified hit, breaking series sales records and, probably, filling your social feeds with gameplay videos.

Its open world, focus on exploration and overall depth has earned it overwhelmingly positive reviews from critics and players.

And its new crafting mechanic has spawned dozens of viral videos showing off gamers’ bizarre creations.

But for some fans it’s more than just a game.

They’ve been telling BBC Newsbeat how Zelda and the communities that formed around it have helped them through difficult times.

The series is famous for its sense of escapism – players can spend hours outside the main quest, roaming the world at their own pace.

Nintendo fan and Twitch streamer Derby Munns says this element was what drew her in.

Last summer, she turned to prequel Breath of the Wild (BotW) as she experienced a “pretty horrible bereavement”.

“It made the whole summer feel awful,” says Derby.

But she says BotW “was able to take me out of the moment that I was in, in real life, and take my mind off things”.

Derby Munns smiles in a close-up shot. She's in a room bathed in a pink glow with neon letters visible on the wall
Derby Munns says she was able to relate to some of the themes explored in Breath of the Wild

The game also delved into subjects like memory and bereavement, something Derby says helped her personally.

“There’s some pretty deep themes that run throughout,” she says.

“I think the game guides you through characters going through similar things that you might be experiencing and shows you how they’re dealing with their emotions in different ways and how they’re coming out on the other side.”

Fellow fan Amber Elphick was starting to move away from home when BotW was first released in 2017.

“I was leaving family and friends behind,” she says.

“Playing the Legend of Zelda helped ground me, because I had a really big community of gamers who were all playing it as well.”

Amber, with dark curly hair, smiles as she leans against a black wall covered in multi-coloured symbols drawn in graffiti style
Amber feels more could be done to highlight the potential positive impacts of games

Amber says the game’s open-ended nature, which means it can be played in any way people choose, was therapeutic for her.

“The whole world is open to you,” she says

“If you want to go and collect all the different fruits and take loads of pictures, you’re free to do that. And that can make it a very relaxing experience”.

The success of Tears of the Kingdom (TotK) has earned attention from media outlets where you might normally expect to see negative stories about games.

And Amber says more coverage should focus on how titles like Zelda can make people happier and healthier.

“I think when people see the negative side, they don’t understand how much positivity games can bring”, she says.

Sky is at the right-hand side of the frame, smiling. She's holding up a Nintendo Switch controller, and in the background a TV, surrounded by different games consoles, is playing a Zelda game
Sky says games can offer a way for neurodivergent players to feel more comfortable to make connections

One person focusing on the positive impact games can have is Sky, who works for Safe In Our World.

It’s a charity that looks at mental health in the gaming industry, and is putting on a summit about it with BAFTA this month.

Sky’s also turned to Zelda, “running around Hyrule Field and being immersed in the sounds and sights”, when feeling stressed, upset, or burnt out.

Games are great at “transporting you somewhere else”, Sky says, but the networks that spring up around them can be equally helpful.

Online fandoms can get a bad press but Amber, who lives in Norwich, now runs a Nintendo fan community and says it’s helped her and others find meaningful connections.

That’s an experience Derby can relate to.

“If you’re not necessarily finding people in real life that you want to hang out with, games can be a great way to find and meet people,” she says.

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And Sky says this can be especially helpful for neurodivergent people.

“I find it quite difficult to make friends, make conversation and meet new people,” says Sky.

“For me, it’s been a way to begin to start opening up and forming friendships when I might not otherwise be willing to engage in conversation.”

Link, on his horse, pulls a carriage full of villagers along a dirt path. A green glow emanates from the carriage's wheels - showing the player that they have been attached by using the game's new Ultrahand ability
Link’s new Ultrahand ability – which allows the player to build vehicles from items scattered around – has given players another way to pass the hours in Hyrule

One of Safe in Our World’s aims is to encourage people to reach out for help when they need it.

Games can be a great way to take your mind off things, but they might not be the answer to all problems.

“It’s nice to use as a tool to hold your hand through tough times,” as Derby says.

But Derby, who plans to spend many hours in TotK’s Hyrule, says she’s comforted to know it’s there for her when she feels like she needs it.

“If you’re finding every day a struggle in real life, you can just get out Zelda, and because the world is so bright, you can just escape.”

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Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom’s First Patch Fixes Broken Main Quest

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The Closed Door is now open.

 

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom’s first patch has landed, and while it’s fairly minimal it will come as a relief to anyone whose progress has been barred by The Closed Door quest.

 

As logged by Nintendo’s support website, the newly released version 1.1.1 has fixed an issue where “sometimes, the player could not clear main quest “The Closed Door,” even if they fulfilled the conditions to advance the quest.”

The patch notes say that the new update will fix the problem even if you’ve already encountered the issue, so those who were stuck at The Closed Door should now be able to continue on the main quest uninterrupted.

Beyond the fix to the Closed Door quest, Nintendo just says that v1.1.1 addresses several issues “to improve the gameplay experience.”

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No mention is made of the recently discovered duplication glitch that allows players to infinitely duplicate any resource that can be fused with an arrow. It seems there’s still time to glitch your way to a fortune of rupees.

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, which we called a masterpiece in our review, has been out for a little more than a week now and has already sold more than 10 million copies.

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