Haider Khan

Haider Khan

One of the long time staff at SegmentNext, Haider is an integral part of the team with a love for writing, playing guitar, and aviation. Apart from writing for us, Haider is also a competitive FPS player and also enjoys exotic RPG games like Diablo and Xenogears (his favorite game of all time) on the side.

Bloodborne has an amazing multiplayer system that takes a lot of inspiration from the game’s spiritual predecessor Souls series. Unlike in the Dark Souls games, the window for invasions and uninvited personnel is restricted...
Insight is a special kind of currency/stat in Bloodborne that is gained in limited numbers by performing certain key tasks in the game. Though its value seems enigmatic at start, towards the later stages of the game Insight can offer...
Key Items in Bloodborne are quite similar to the ones found in the Souls series. They usually come in the form of unique items that serve a purpose that deviates from the conventional function of consumables. Some of them are...
Carull Runes in Bloodborne work in a similar way to how rings worked in the Dark Souls series. Unlike rings though, Caryll Runes are not equippable by default; you need a special item called the Rune Workshop Tool, which will allow...
Hunter Badges in Bloodborne are a kind of special ‘trophy’ that are acquired by completing certain tasks or just by looting specific chests/corpses. Once acquired, badges can be traded with Messengers for special weapons and attire...
In Bloodborne, you will have to be self-sufficient as far as upgrading, maintaining, and infusing your weapons is concerned. This means there are no more cranky and half-crazed blacksmiths to deal with this time around from From...
Bloodborne comes with its own set of unique weapons that sway away from the more medieval-styled ones of Dark Souls. Instead of your conventional fancy swords and lances, you’ll get odd weapons that can transform, and also firearms...
Stats in Bloodborne go a long way in determine what kind of a character you have, their strengths & weaknesses, and what kind of equipment you can use. Much like in Dark Souls, there is a huge list of offense, defensive, and...
The Professional is Battlefield Hardline’s take on the sniper class, but with a few unique twists. With long-range weaponry at its disposal, the Professional is the class best suited to those who love sniper rifles and the challenges...
The Enforcer class in Battlefield: Hardline is somewhat of a successor to the Support class from previous Battlefield games, though it lacks the necessary ranged combat skills. What really sets the Enforcer apart is that it is a highly...