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WWE Smackdown vs Raw 2010 Xbox 360 Cheats

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2010-11-11

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WWE Smackdown vs Raw 2010 Xbox 360 Cheats

On the Options Menu Cheat Codes Screen using the following to unlock:

CENATION-Unlock John Cena's HLR Costume
Milan Miracle-Unlock Santino Marella New Costume
ViperRKO-Unlocks Randy Orton's alternate ring gear
Bow Down-Unlocks Shawn Michaels' DX ring gear
The Great One-Unlocks The Rock
Suck IT!-Unlocks Triple H's DX ring gear
BonusBrawl-Unlocks Vince Office and The Dirt Sheet as areas for Backstage Brawl


Lego Star Wars The Complete Saga DS Cheats

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2010-11-04

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Lego SW Complete Saga DS Cheat Codes

Enter the following button press codes at the main menu. (Where you select New Game, Load Game, etc.

You'll hear a sound confirming that the code has been entered properly.

3.000.000 Extra Studs (only works once)
Start, Start, Down, Down, Left, Left, Up,Up, Select

Unlock Bonus Touch Game 1
Up, Up, Down, L, L, R, R

Enable Debug & Debug Multiplayer Menus
Up, Left, Down, Right, Up, Left, Down, Right, Up, Left, Down, Right, R, L, Start, Select

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Play Guide

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2010-12-04

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Burnout Revenge on the 360 is very similar to Burnout Revenge on other consoles. It is, however, dissimilar to other racing games in that it's as much about carnage as it is racing. There are several types of events to participate in, and the game will likely take you a good week or two to complete.

BASICS:

The key to being first is to pretty much use your boost all the time. Boost is earned by driving through oncoming traffic without hitting them, smashing into your opponents, or leaping over ramps. Hitting the boost button will result in you zooming along the track at crazy speeds. Crashing isn't actually as much of a problem as you might think when you're boosting. Mainly because the game's actually fairly forgiving in that respect - as long as you don't hit a wall head on you're usually just pushed off it. But be sure to watch out for obstacles in your way - while you can knock small cars and vans out of the way from behind, hitting a bus or truck will result in a crash. As will hitting any vehicle head-on. And crashes can cost you precious seconds.

CRASHING:

If you want to get your opponents to crash, there are several ways of going about it. The two simplest ways, however, are to force them against a wall for a few seconds, or to ram traffic so that it flies over you and into them. If you yourself manage to crash, be sure to use the 'Crash Aftertouch' feature by pressing A and moving the joystick. This lets you move your car as it's being wrecked - if you steer it into an opposing car you'll get a crash bonus, also known as a 'Takedown' which will earn you enough boost to let you get some of your lead back. Plus it'll help stop them overtaking you. Some later levels let you hit the 'B' button to blow your car up after you've crashed, but if you fail to blow up an enemy vehicle in the explosion, you lose all the boost you had.

COURSES:

There are about six different courses, all of which are repeated as you progress through the game. There are shortcuts and ramps to be found on each. Racing round the tracks a few times will certainly help you learn the lay of the land. But you don't need a perfect memory to know where the shortcuts are - they're handily marked by glowing blue lights. These shortcuts are generally faster than the main race route, but they can be more dangerous, with pillars that you can crash into if you're not careful. Some of the computer opponents will also use shortcuts so taking one isn't a guaranteed way of getting ahead of the pack.

UNLOCKABLES/ACHIEVEMENTS/MEDALS

At the end of each race/event you'll be given a rating and a medal. To get a high rating - a four star rating - you need to do cool things during the race such as using your boost for a long time, smashing up lots of other vehicles or various other things.
You'll also receive a bronze, silver or gold medal - before the race you're told what you need to do to get a particular medal. If you get a four star rating and a gold medal, you'll be given an extra star and a 'perfect' rating. Conversely, get a bronze medal and one of your stars will be taken away from you. The more stars you get, the faster your rank progresses and the more races will made be available to you. Also, you'll also be given access to faster and better cars, which will give you a better chance of getting faster times when you replay earlier races. As far as actually official X-Box 360 achievements go, the game is a little stingy. You can browse the achievements in your dashboard, but to get any decent points you need to finish each set of races with a 'Perfect' rating on each, or get 250 takedowns. Also, half of the achivements can only be accomplished online.

RACE TYPES: There are several race/event types you'll encounter. These are:

Crash Junctions:

These require you to cause as much damage as possible by crashing your car into another vehicle. The resultant crash then causes other cars to crash and so on. These start off fairly simply, but later on in the game you'll find there are junctions where you can only get maximum points by spreading the crash across two levels. The way to do this is to position your car so it crashes into another one, then as your own car is spinning, use crash aftertouch (the A and the joypad) to roll it into the next lane or over a bridge into the traffic. Do enough damage and your car will explode and you can then use crash aftertouch again to roll the wreck into any cars that might have escaped.

Road Rage:

This event has you taking down as many enemy cars as you can to score points. Don't bother using much boost in this race, since enemy cars - marked by an arrow - appear all over the race-track. But be aware the clock is always ticking and you won't get extra time till you've taken down two or three cars.

Race/Elimination:

There are two race variants - both require you to be at the front of the pack to score the most points. The twist with elimination is that instead of having to complete a certain number of laps, the last racer is eliminated every thirty seconds or so. Hence you can only win gold by being at the front with racer number two is eliminated. In both cases, use boost and shortcuts like there's no tomorrow.

Burning Lap:

This is a simple time trial race. Beat the top score to a gold, the second score to get a silver and, well, you get the picture. Again, boost and short-cuts are the order of the day. If you crash even once you'll lose precious time so if you're going for the gold, you might as well start the race again.

Traffic Attack:

This event involves slamming into any traffic driving along your side of the road, with the exception of trucks and buses. Don't boost unless there's no traffic in sight as it's easier to ram the vehicles when you're moving more slowly. Be careful not to stray into the oncoming lane as any oncoming vehicles will total you.

CHOOSING A CAR:

As the game progresses you'll have access to faster vehicles for racing and bigger vehicles for crashing. As you might expect, it's best to choose the fastest car you can when you're involved in a race. When you're tackling a crash junction event, however, it's not so easy to choose. Scope out the track first, and if it's got ramps, take a medium-weight car, as heavy vehicles won't make it far over a ramp. If, on the other hand, there aren't any ramps, you're best off sticking with a big heavy vehicle like the Burger Van.

FINALLY:

Don't forget about the game's online mode - if you think single player's fun, just wait till you're annihilating people on X-Box Live.


Quick Guide

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2010-12-04

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If you're a fan of the Hitman games, you're likely already well into the latest entry in the series, Blood Money. And if you aren't, then there's never been a better time to aquaint yourself with everyone's favourite bald assassin. I'm not going to spoil the game for you by talking you through every mission, not least since there are multiple solutions to each mission. But here are a few handy hints to help you through your career as a hitman.

1. Choose your destiny

The game offers several levels of difficulty - the higher the level, the harder it is to remain hidden, and the less frequently you'll be allowed to save your game. Skip the easiest level if you want to the game to be any fun at all.

2. Silence is golden.

The ideal way to complete a hit is to do things as silently as possible. Use the silencer on your pistol - you can buy one if you haven't got one, or use your fire wire to keep things quiet. Or perhaps arrange a little accident... because....

3. Pushing is the answer.

You can now push anyone at all just by walking up to them and pulling the right trigger. Which may seem like a lot of fun, but what use is it? Well, it's very useful for pushing people down the stairs, thereby killing them. Killing someone in such a manner results in little noise, and there are also other places they can pushed down or into, such as into crocodile pits and over fences.

4. It was an accident.

And that's not the only way to cause an accident. You can also use explosives to topple chandeliers and the like, crushing anyone beneath. But be careful - you'll have to wait till your target is right underneath, or you'll have wasted your opportunity.

5. Notorious 47

The more noisily you complete a hit, the higher your notoriety will become. And the more notorious you are, the more likely you are to be discovered in the next mission. So try to..

6. Leave No Trace.

Aside from just completing a hit silently, it's also important to get rid of any incriminating evidence. That means hiding or leaving with any extra guns you brought with you, taking your suit with you, and also hiding bodies in skips, crates and so forth. Similarly, make sure you remove the tapes from any video cameras that might have caught you in action.

7. Back from the dead.

Should you be gunned down by enemies, you'll go into slow-mo mode which gives you one last chance to fight back from the brink. Shoot your foes in the head before you die and you'll be given enough health to continue. Although the whole point of the game is not to find yourself in that situation.

8. Guns, guns, guns.

You can purchase a variety of guns with the money you earn during the missions, although again bear in mind this isn't a shoot fest. If you do find yourself having to shoot through a room, grab another character to use as a human shield. Pushing in the right stick to switch to first person mode also helps.

9. Klose Kombat 47 is now fairly handy with his fists, so if a character does spot you, it's not all over. Punch his face off before he can reach any allies by hitting the right trigger.

10. Mapping it out.

Finally, as in previous games, you have access to a map that shows you the position of all foes, as well as any interesting objects. I personally think this is cheating and hence don't use this, but if you want to go for it.


Sight Training DS Unlockables

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2010-12-18

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Sight Training DS Unlockables

Daily Training Bonuses

Complete the indicated task to unlock the corresponding bonus. Note: For the bonuses that require a specific number of stamps, collect the indicated number of stamps by completing the daily recommended training activities.

"C" Count: 7 stamps.
Basketball: 4 stamps.
Circle Spot: 5 stamps.
Custom Training mode: 1 stamp.
Eye Knowledge mode: 14 stamps.
Fast Match: 9 stamps.
Football: 10 stamps.
Letter Count: 3 stamps.
Number Tap: 11 stamps.
Record Challenge mode: 13 stamps.
Soccer: 8 stamps.
Stamp Design No. 5: 12 stamps.
Stamp Design No. 6: 15 stamps.
Stamp Design No. 7: 23 stamps.
Stamp Design No. 8: Get a 100% score on any activity under the Hard difficulty.
Table Tennis: 2 stamps.
Volleyball: 6 stamps.

Hard Versions

Earn the highest rank for an activity to unlock hard mode for that specific activity. Note: Core activities require an "Advanced" rank of 80%. Sports activities require a "Pro" rank of 90%. Alternately, the hard versions will eventually become unlocked after you keep getting stamps after reaching a total of fifteen.

Holiday Greetings

Set the system date to New Year's Day, Halloween, Christmas, or your birthday to get an alternate greeting.


Cheats

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2010-12-18

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Peggle Nights PC Cheats.
Easter Egg Alternate Loading Screen

This Easter Egg involves some deft mouse-over work, so don't mouse-over anything until we tell you to!
Now, mouse-over these buttons in this precise order: Duel, Duel, Challenge, Replay, Replay, Challenge,
Duel, Quickplay, Adventure, Adventure, Quickplay, Duel, Duel, Quickplay, Quickplay

You see an alternate intro screen. If this fails then you will need to reboot the game.


Thrillville Off the Rails PS2 Cheats

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2010-12-19

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Thrillville Off the Rails PS2 Cheats

Insert the codes below while you're playing the game.

Extra $50,000 - Square, Circle, Triangle, Square, Circle, Triangle, X
Extra 500 Thrill Points - Circle, Square, Triangle, Circle, Square, Triangle, Square
Unlock all Mini-Games - Square, Circle, Triangle, Square, Circle, Triangle, Right
Unlock all Missions - Square, Circle, Triangle, Square, Circle, Triangle, Square
Unlock all Parks - Square, Circle, Triangle, Square, Circle, Triangle, Square
Unlock all Rides - Square, Circle, Triangle, Square, Circle, Triangle, Triangle


Rail Works 2 PC Achievements

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2010-12-19

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Rail Works 2 PC Achievements

Steam Achievements

Always Delivering: Successfully complete 150 shunting instructions during Career System scenarios.
Dedicated Driver: Drive 5000 km total in career system scenarios.
Electric Dream: Drive 1000 km total in Career System Scenarios using an electric locomotive.
Emergency!: Activate the emergency brakes during Career System play 10 times.
Full Steam Ahead: Drive 1000 km total in Career System Scenarios using a steam locomotive.
Get in There!: Achieve a top 10 in the "Top Ranking" leaderboard on any Career System scenario.
Going for Gold: Complete any 6 Career System scenarios with a score of 1000 or higher.
Good Commute: Successfully complete 50 passenger pickups during Career System scenarios.
Happy Passengers: Successfully complete 150 passenger pickups during Career System scenarios.
Hear You Coming: Sound the horn on any locomotive during Career System play 500 times.
Long Haul: Drive 1000 km total in career system scenarios.
Must Try Harder: Drive a Career System scenario to the finish but with one or more failed instruction.
Number One!: Achieve the number one "Top Ranking" position on any Career System scenario.
Petrol Head: Drive 1000 km total in Career System Scenarios using a diesel locomotive.
Rainy Day: Activate the wipers on any locomotive during Career System play 100 times.
Strive for Perfection: Complete any 3 Career System scenarios with a score of 1000 or higher.
Survive Five: 5 Career System Scenarios completed successfully.
Ten in the Can: 10 Career System Scenarios completed successfully.
Well Travelled: Drive 500 km total in career system scenarios.
Workhorse: Successfully complete 50 shunting instructions during Career System scenarios.


Currently no cheats released for this Game

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Posted:
2010-12-21

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Unfortunately the developers decided not to include any cheats from this game, updated 12-20-2011


No Cheats released for this Game

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Posted:
2010-12-24

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There were currently no cheats released for Patrician IV on the PC, we will keep you updated.

last updated. 24/12/2010.


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