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Quick Guide

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Posted:
2010-12-03

deanowen

Super Gamer Dude

Introduction:

Like other games in the Elder Scrolls series, Oblivion is a pretty open game, at least it is once you get out of the initial dungeon you're in. You can follow the main uest, join a faction, or just wander around the landscape as you please. Naturally you're going to run into a few monsters, but by and large the game automatically adjusts the types of monsters you encounter to correspond to how much experience your character has, so you do at least have a fighting chance of survival. Oh, and there are no
cliff-racers. Thank god.

In The Beginning/Character Generation:

The first level of the game, set in the dungeon where you're imprisoned, is pretty easy to beat, essentially being a tutorial level. It is, unfortunately, unskippable. Mainly because this is where you choose your character's attributes and skills. You get to choose your character's race, star sign, class and so forth. You can also create a custom class if you like, though selecting a certain class doesn't mean you're stuck with using a certain set of skills. A warrior can still use magic, it's just going to be harder for him or her to learn and make progress in than a mage style character. If you're just getting into the game, Spellsword is a good character to start with since you get a decent balance of magic and bottom-kicking skills.

Skills/Levelling Up:

Each character has a number of primary skills, the actual skills you get depending up on the choices you make during the first level of the game. To level up you have to advance these skills individually, till the bar on your skill status screen is all red. To advance skills you have to use them. Block, for example, will go up a tiny bit whenever you manage to stop an opponent smacking you in the face. Destruction, on the other hand, will advance when you use a magic spell from that school. Once you've advanced your skills enough, the game will tell you you should rest and meditate. Just using the 'wait' option won't work, though. You have to actually find a bed, either in an inn or somewhere else, and sleep. Then you'll be given three points to spend on your character's attributes such as endurance, luck and so forth, all of which are fairly self explanatory.

Equipment:

You can get your hands on a whole variety of weapons and items. Some can be bought from shops, while others can be found on the bodies of your fallen foes. It's always worth seeing just what an opponent's carrying - the higher the level you are, the cooler the equipment they'll be carrying is. Don't bother grabbing everything a enemy has, since you have a limited carrying capacity (though if you want to haul loads of stuff you can buy a feather potion). It's usually worth taking half-decent weapons, since if your weapon becomes unusuable you can just dump your old one and use the one you picked up instead of repairing it. And lockpicks are both light and useful so always grab them. But only take really heavy stuff if it's worth a fair amount of money or if you're using it to replace one of your own items.

Enemies/Fighting:

If you've got some half-decent combat skills then you'll want to get up close and personal with your foes. Honorable combat involves blocking your opponent's strikes, then hitting back with your weapon. Unhonourable combat involves running around the opponent circle strafing, killing them by taking nary a hit. Circle strafing, for those who don't know the term, means you keep your vision focused on the opponent, but move around them always facing them. The AI can't seem to cope with rapid movement like this and so you can hit them before they can turn around to face you. Easy peasy. Long ranged combat, on the other hand, is a bit more tricky. You can try hitting your opponents with a magic spell or arrow for as much damage as you can, but they'll pretty much wise up and start coming after you so backpedalling fast is the order of the day. Fire off all your spells, run around till your spell energy recharges, and then fire again. Unfortunately, running away isn't always an option, at least against human opponents, since they'll follow you through doors and into the outside world. You'll end up fighting against a variety of foes ranging from rats all the way up to extra-dimensional creatures. Some fire projectiles and should be dealt with up close. The higher level you are, the more powerful the creatures you face become. Which is mildly disappointing since you're unlikely to get the shock of finding yourself completely out of your depth. Be wary if you end up fighting anyone who uses their bare hands. While they may not do as much physical damage as someone with a sword, every hit will drain your fatigue bar - if it gets completely drained, you'll fall to the floor, giving them the chance to lay into you repeatedly.

Getting Around/Lay of the land:

You can wander around the whole of the game's lands on foot, though it'll take you a long time. Even on a horse - which can be purchased or acquired at various stables - it'll take you quite a few hours to cross the map. Instead, the game employs a fast travel system. Any location you've been to already can be visited immediately, as long as you're outdoors and not being attacked by an enemy. The catch is that you have to have been to the location and seen it with your own eyes. Just having it marked on your map isn't enough. So if you want to get to a particular dungeon, you can fast travel to a nearby location you've been to already and then walk or ride to the dungeon, at which point you can fast travel to it later if need be. The one exception to the fast travel rule is the game's cities. There are about five cities which can be visited at any time. There are also a number of smaller villages scattered around the land, but they aren't on the map so you'll have to discover them for yourself. Feel free to explore any of the dungeons you come across - don't worry about accidentally killing anyone important to a quest since the games designers have Quests and Factions While the characters in Oblivion are a little more interesting than those in Morrowind, a great proportion of the quests in Morrowind are pretty dull, entailing finding a particular character, going down to a dungeon to get an item for them, bringing it back to them and so forth, including the main storyline quests. Not that you need to follow the main storyline, of course, you can get quests by talking to various people, or you can join up with the Mages Guild, the Fighters Guild, the Thieves Guild or the Assasins Guild (known as the Dark Brotherhood). The first two organisations have offices in each town so you can just wander in and ask about joining. The latter two, on the other hand, are more secretive and you'll be only invited to join if you spend time in prison for stealing an item or murder someone, respectively. The Thieves Guild quests involve, unsurprisingly enough, stealing items from various locations via the gift of stealth - see below for more details, which is certainly more entertaining than wandering around dungeons. However, the Dark Brotherhood quests are even better than that - you get to assassinate a number of people, and there's even one superb task in which you're locked in a house with six other people who must all be dispatched, without anyone discovering that you're the murderer. Classic. None of the standard quests are likely to present you with any real difficulty. The only ones you might get a bit lost on are the Oblivion gate quests where you have to shut down a gate to another dimension. If you do, just try backtracking, remembering that the item you'll likely need to make your way back and forth between several towers, moving ever upwards as you go till you're at your goal. And if you can't find a quest item in a dungeon, make sure you're in the right dungeon - just because someone says a dungeon is north-west of a particular location, it doesn't mean that the first dungeon you come across is the right one. Always check the name of the dungeon against the name recorded in your quest log.

Sneaking and Stealing:

The stealth system in Oblivion isn't quite as complex as that found in Thief, but it works reasonably well. Put yourself in sneak mode - on the 360 you click down the left thumb stick - and you'll see an eye appear. Try to stay in the shadows and if the eye is dimmer than usual you probably won't be seen. You can also backstab enemies if you're sneaking, causing them more damage than if you faced them head on. Sneak mode is also used when you're looking to steal an item from a store, house or person. You'll know straight away if you've got away with stealing an item from a person or an open shop since they'll scream blue murder if they notice you. However, it's less obvious in shops and houses, at least if they're closed. If a shop or house is closed, use a lockpick to break in - you have to push the tumblers up till they stay still for just a second, then hit the 'A' button or the PC equivalent, then repeat for the other tumblers. The higher your lockpick skill, the longer the tumblers will stay up and the easier it'll be. Once you're inside a building you can steal to your heart's content. It's best to stay in sneak mode to maximize your chances of getting caught. The one catch, apart from getting nicked, that is, is that you can't steal the goods the shopkeeper offers to sell you. For some reason, the goods to be found on a shopkeeper's shelves don't correspond with those in his sales inventory, so some goods you'll just have to buy.

Stealing/Crime and Punishment:

If you steal, you may well get caught. Not least because even if you've been quiet as a mouse, there's still the chance that a guard will burst into a house you're robbing, even if you weren't seen entering. I'm not sure why this happens, but it's a cause for concern because if you're caught then you can either fight, go to jail, or pay a fine. Going to jail means you'll lose some points off your statistics. Fighting means every guard in that town will now try to kill you. And paying a fine means parting with some of your hard earned cash, though if you're with the Thieves Guild, you can pay half of the fine to them and they'll clear the bounty on your head.

The Children of the Night/Diseases:

You may at some point get infected with a disease of some kind, or have a spell cast on you which will lower your stats. These can be dealt with by praying at a temple. Of course, there's one infection you may not want to get rid of, which is vampirism. This disease, called 'poryphiric haemophilia' by the game will give your stats a boost when you first get it, and can be caught by fighting a vampire, or by speaking to the vampire in the Dark Brotherhood's sanctuary, and will result in you being turned after three days. If you're a vampire you don't need to feed to survive. In fact, the longer you go without feeding, the more powerful you become and the more cool vampire powers you get. The catch is, as you move further towards becoming an ubervamp, you gain a vulnerability to sunlight and will also be shunned by most characters. Your vamp strength maxes out on the fourth day that passes without you feeding. If you feed - which you can do by standing near a sleeping character and picking 'feed' - you lose most of your vampire bonuses, but you are now no longer shunned by the populace of the world.

Handy Hints - That's pretty much all for now, but here are a few last handy hints to help you on your way:

If you want to defeat the champion of the Imperial Arena with ease, do the quest he offers you and he'll let you kill him with no resistance. You can steal from shops without getting caught by going upstairs during opening hours, and waiting till the shopkeeper comes to see what you're up to. Then charge downstairs before he can follow and grab some items off the counter. You can do this as many times as you want.Remember, to level up, you need to sleep in a bed, just waiting around won't do. If you're a vampire and want to feed on someone without having to break into a house, find one of the sleeping beggars at night and then feed on them. They don't die, so you can repeat the pattern whenever you need another meal.


Secret Trophies

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Posted:
2014-01-31

deanowen

Super Gamer Dude

WWE 13 PS3 secret trophies.



Carry out the following tasks to get the corresponding secret trophies:-]/b]

[b]Silver:-

Holy sh**t!! Break the ring with an OMG Move (single player).
Mankind scenario cleared! Clear the "Mankind" chapter.
Off Script scenario cleared! Clear the "Off Script" chapter.
Road to WrestleMania XV cleared! Clear the "Road to WrestleMania XV" chapter.
Watch out! Reverse a Finisher (single player).
Bronze:-
Austin 3:16 scenario cleared! Clear the "Austin 3:16" chapter.
Brothers of Destruction cleared! Clear the "Brothers of Destruction" chapter.
It's like a car crash! Exhibition - Break the barricade in 2 places in the same
match (single player).
Oh my! Break the announcer table with an OMG Move (single player).
Ring hooligan Break a total of 20 tables, ladders, and chairs by attacking
with them (single player).
Rise of D-X scenario cleared! Clear the "Rise of D-X" chapter.
The Great One scenario cleared! Clear the "The Great One" chapter.
The rattlesnake is coming!? Win by throwing an opponent through the window in
Backstage Brawl (single player).
You can't let down your guard Land a Catch Finisher (single player, Exhibition Mode only).


Achievements

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Posted:
2014-02-25

deanowen

Super Gamer Dude

Burnout Paradise Xbox 360 achievements.



Carry out the following tasks to get the corresponding number of Gamerscore points:-

All Pimped Out (10 points) Win all Burning Routes.
Block Party (35 points) Complete 2 whole sections of online Challenges (excluding PDLC).
Boosting Around the World (25 points) Get a x20 Boost Chain.
Bottom of the Class (20 points) Get your D Class License.
Burnout Skills (30 points) In 8 Player online Freeburn lead 6 of the Today's Best Scores.
Bustin' Out (20 points) Collect all Billboards.
Car in a China Shop (20 points) Get 500 Takedowns (online and offline).
Crashin' All Over The World (20 points) Set a Showtime Road Rule on every road.
Criterion Elite (20 points) Get your Elite License, win every event, find all discoverables
and beat every Road Rule.
Daredevil (25 points) Landed a 2 barrel roll jump.
Duckin' and Weavin' (10 points) Win a Marked man without being taken down.
Elite (70 points) Win your Burnout Elite Licence.
Explorer (10 points) Find all Events.
Firestarter (20 points) Make 50 online Rivals.
First Win (10 points) Win Your first 8 Player online Race.
Flying Colors (50 points) Get your A Class License.
Flying High (20 points) Successfully landed all SUPERJUMPS.
Great Start (10 points) Win a Race.
Happy Snapper (10 points) Send 5 Camera Shots.
Hotshots (20 points) Get 50 Snapshots in your Lineup.
It's Showtime (10 points) Set a Showtime Road Rule East Crawford Drive.
Join the Party (10 points) Complete 1 online Challenge.
Just for Pics (10 points) Make Your First online Rival.
Learning to Fly (10 points) Successfully land 5 SUPERJUMPS.
Lookin' Good (5 points) Repair your first wrecked car.
Millionaire's Club (25 points) Score over a 1,000,000 in Stunt Run.
Misdemeanor (10 points) Collect 5 Billboards.
Must Try Harder (40 points) Get your B Class License.
Notorious (20 points) Send 50 Camera Shots.
Off the Beaten Path (10 points) Collect 25 Smashes.
Online Champion (20 points) Win 10 online Races.
Online Racer (10 points) Complete an online Race.
Online and Kicking (30 points) Complete 20 online Events.
Paid and Displayed (20 points) Visit to find out more.
Paradise Won (60 points) Win your Burnout Driving License.
Parallel Park (20 points) Power Park with a 100% rating.
Party Animal (25 points) Complete 250 online Challenges.
Party Crasher (15 points) Complete 25 online Challenges.
Perfect Rage (5 points) Get 10 Takedowns in Road Rage without Wrecking.
Rampage! (20 points) Get a Takedown Rampage.
Rising From the Ashes (10 points) Repair your car at critical damage in a Road Rage event.
Shopaholic (10 points) Find all Drive Thrus and Car Parks.
Speed King (20 points) Set a Time Road Rule on every road.
Spinnin' Around (10 points) Perform a 360 Flatspin in any car.
Supercharged (20 points) Win 25 Burning Routes.
The Show Must Go On (20 points) Get a 10x multiplier in Showtime.
Totally Smashed (20 points) Collect all Smashes.
Underachiever (30 points) Get your C Class License.
Watt? (10 points) Set a Time Road Rule on Watt St.


Achievements

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Posted:
2014-03-26

deanowen

Super Gamer Dude

Omerta City of Gangsters Xbox 360 achievements.


Carry out the following tasks to get the corresponding number of Gamerscore points:-

An Offer You Can't Refuse (10 points) Buy out an independent business.
Back In Action (10 points) Bandage an incapacitated character.
Blood Red Eyes (20 points) Use Rage 3 times with the same character in a single battle.
Brothers in Arms (30 points) Win a Cooperative multiplayer mission..
Close and Personal (10 points) Win a combat encounter with 4 characters in your party wielding
melee weapons.
Do NOT Mess with Me! (20 points) Kill an enemy with a revolver retaliation shot.
Easy as One-Two (10 points) Kill 2 enemies in the same turn with a pistol.
Entrepreneur (20 points) Own 10 businesses at the same time.
Fire in the Hole! (25 points) Hit an enemy with a grenade.
Firestarter (20 points) Burn 3 buildings in a single mission.
Go for the Eyes! (20 points) Have a gang member with 20 or more Critical Chance..
Go-To Man (25 points) Complete 15 Jobs in a single mission.
Hard Working (15 points) Complete 5 Jobs in a single mission.
Home Run (15 points) Damage 2 enemies with a single bat attack.
Iron Fist (15 points) Gain 100 Feared Rating.
It's a Trap! (15 points) Damage an enemy with a booby trap.
It's Getting Crowded Here (15 points) Unlock 15 gang members.
Jinxed (20 points) Miss with an attack that has 95% hit chance..
Juggernaut (20 points) Have a gang member with 200 or more health..
Knuckle Sandwich (20 points) Hit 3 different enemies in the same turn with knuckles.
Last Man Standing (30 points) Win a combat encounter with three incapacitated gang
members at the end.
Lucky Rabbit's Foot (20 points) Hit with an attack that has 5% hit chance.
Marathon Runner (20 points) Have a gang member with 20 or more Base Movement Points.
Meet the Gang (15 points) Have a team of 6 gangsters in the campaign.
Money Launderer (30 points) Launder $10,000 Dirty Money in a single mission.
Nimble Fingers (20 points) Have a gang member with 16 or more Base Action Points.
No Place to Hide (15 points) Destroy 4 cover objects with a single shotgun attack.
One Shot, One Kill (15 points) Kill an enemy at full health with a single attack.
Patched Up (15 points) Remove 2 negative conditions with First Aid.
Run, Coward! (20 points) Intimidate a panicked enemy.
Ruthless Efficiency (10 points) Have a building at 200% efficiency.
Scapegoat (20 points) Frame another criminal during a police investigation.
Scarface (50 points) Win 25 multiplayer missions.
Shooting Fish in a Barrel (20 points) Hit 3 vulnerable enemies with a single Tommy Gun attack.
Slice and Dice (10 points) Hit an enemy with the Slice and Dice knife attacks in the same turn.
Spreading the Love (20 points) Hit 5 characters with an area attack.
Tactician (15 points) Win a combat encounter with 4 party members above 75% health.
That's Got to Hurt (20 points) Inflict 100 damage or more to an enemy with a single attack.
The Man with the Plan (35 points) Win a combat encounter with 4 party members at full health.
The Taste of Victory (30 points) Win a Competitive multiplayer mission..
This Ain't Your Daddy's Gun (10 points) Purchase a Unique Weapon in the Campaign.
Three Birds with One Stone (10 points) Kill 3 enemies with a single attack.
Velvet Glove (15 points) Gain 100 Liked Rating.
Watch your Step! (20 points) Shove an enemy within the area of a fire bomb.
Weapons Collector (30 points) Purchase 13 unique Weapons in the Campaign.
Weapons Dealer (15 points) Stockpile 200 Firearms.


Secret Trophies

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Posted:
2014-03-27

deanowen

Super Gamer Dude

Persona 4 Golden PS VIta secret trophies.


Carry out the following tasks to get the corresponding secret trophies:-

Gold:-

One Who Has Proven Their Power Defeat Margaret.
The Truth In Your Hands Defeat Izanami.
Silver:-
The Power of Truth Create Izanagi-no-Okami.
The Reaper Becomes the Reaped Defeat The Reaper.
Welcome Back Rescue Marie.
Bronze:-
A Prince Appears Rescue Yukiko Amagi.
A True Man's Stand Rescue Kanji Tatsumi.
Big Bro is Worried Visit Nanako in the hospital 3 times.
Boarded-Up Lab Rescue Naoto Shirogane.
Breaking Through the Fog Secure Tohru Adachi.
Game Over Secure Mitsuo Kubo.
Special Fusion Expert Use 4 or more Personas in a special fusion.
The Lounge Is Closed Rescue Rise Kujikawa.
The Return of the Angels Rescue Nanako Dojima.


Achievements.

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Posted:
2014-11-08

deanowen

Super Gamer Dude

LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Xbox One achievements.


Carry out the following tasks to get the corresponding number of Gamerscore points:-

A Blue Hope (20 points): Complete Level 10 - A Blue Hope.
All the Rage (20 points): Complete Level 12 - All the Rage.
An Unearthly Likeness (20 points): Play as Batman (Zur-En-Arrh).
Aw-Qward Situation (20 points): Complete Level 14 - Aw-Qward Situation.
Bane and Gain (20 points): Transform Bane into Bane (Venom-Powered).
Bat's all, folks (70 points): Witness the 100% LEGO Stud Fountain.
Beings from the 5th Dimension (20 points): Set both Free Play characters as Bat-Mite and Mr. Mxyzptlk.
Big Trouble in Little Gotham (20 points): Complete Level 8 - Big Trouble in Little Gotham.
Breaking BATS! (20 points): Complete Level 2 - Breaking BATS!
Breaking the Ice (20 points): Complete Level 15 - Breaking the Ice.
Doughnut Discoverer (20 points): Find and destroy a hidden doughnut on a hub planet.
Europe Against It (20 points): Complete Level 7 - Europe Against It.
Everyone Loves Bouncing (20 points): Jump on bouncy objects 50 times.
Glide on Time (30 points): Glide continuously for 10 seconds.
Hard Traveling Heroes (20 points): Set both Free Play characters as Green Arrow
and Green Lantern.
Hey Diddle Diddle (30 points): Find a gang of jumping cows on the Moon.
Intruder alert! Intruder alert! (20 points): Play as The Riddler in the Batcave Trophy Room.
Jailhouse Nok (20 points): Complete Level 11 - Jailhouse Nok.
Loontern's Space Race (20 points): Complete any hub race as Green Loontern.
Mirror... MIRROR! (30 points): Create a custom character.
Need for Greed (20 points): Complete Level 13 - Need for Greed.
New Queens of Crime (20 points): Set both Free Play characters as Poison Ivy
and Harley Quinn.
Nok Nok! (20 points): Knock out your buddy on the planet Nok.
Now THAT'S impressive! (20 points): Find and destroy a hidden Riddler Trophy.
One Giant Leap for (Bat)Man-kind (50 points): Visit all of the HUB Lantern Planets.
One Small Step for (Bat)Man... (20 points): Visit the Moon Base in the Hub.
Power of Love (20 points): Complete Level 9 - Power of Love.
Pursuers in the Sewers (20 points): Complete Level 1 - Pursuers in the Sewers.
Same Bat-time! Same Bat-channel! (50 points): Complete Bonus Level - Same Bat-time! Same Bat-channel!
SHAZAM! (20 points): Transform from Billy Batson into Shazam!
Space Station Infestation (20 points): Complete Level 4 - Space Station Infestation.
Space suits you, Sir! (20 points): Complete Level 3 - Space suits you, Sir!
Super Buddies (20 points): Set both Free Play characters as Booster
Gold and Blue Beetle.
Super Pets (20 points): Set both Free Play characters as Ace the
Bat-Hound and Krypto.
The Big Grapple (20 points): Complete Level 5 - The Big Grapple.
The Bright Knight (40 points): Play as Adam West.
The Green Room (30 points): Find the hidden celebrity party.
The Lantern Menace (20 points): Complete Level 6 - The Lantern Menace.
True Hero (20 points): Attain True Hero status in any level.
Under the Red Brick (50 points): Turn on all Red Brick Extras at the same time.


DLC Achievements.

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2014-11-08

deanowen

Super Gamer Dude

LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Xbox 360 DLC achievements.
Carry out the following tasks to get the corresponding number of Gamerscore points:-

Batman 75th Pack DLC

Amazing and Unique Adventures (10 points): Complete Batman 75 level.
Bat-Dancer (10 points): Complete Batman's special Anniversary Dance
Puzzle as Batman (1966).
Batman Gone Bad (10 points): Set both Free Play characters as Batman
(Sinestro Corps)
and Vampire Batman.
The Joker's Back in Town! (10 points): Complete Batman 75 level after achieving
True Hero status.
World's Greatest Detective (10 points): Complete Batman 75 level with all Minikits unlocked.

Man Of Steel Pack DLC

An ideal to strive towards (10 points): Complete Man of Steel level with all Minikits unlocked.
I will find him! (10 points): Set both Free Play characters as General Zod and
Superman (Man of Steel).
It's not an 'S' (10 points): Complete Man of Steel level.
Krypto Come Home (10 points): Play as Krypto in the Man of Steel level.
Nice suit, Son (10 points): Complete Man of Steel level after achieving
True Hero status.

The Dark Knight Pack DLC

A hero can be anyone (10 points): Complete the Dark Knight level after achieving
True Hero status.
It's simple... (10 points): Defeat Batman (Dark Knight Trilogy) as the Joker
(Nurse) character.
Why so serious? (10 points): Complete the Dark Knight level with all Minikits unlocked.
Would you like to see my mask? (10 points): Set both Free Play characters as Bane
(Dark Knight Rises) and Scarecrow (Batman Begins).
You... you... complete me. (10 points): Complete the Dark Knight level.
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DLC Achievements.

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2014-11-08

deanowen

Super Gamer Dude

LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Xbox One DLC achievements.
Carry out the following tasks to get the corresponding number of Gamerscore points:-

Batman 75th Pack DLC

Amazing and Unique Adventures (10 points): Complete Batman 75 level.
Bat-Dancer (10 points): Complete Batman's special Anniversary Dance
Puzzle as Batman (1966).
Batman Gone Bad (10 points): Set both Free Play characters as Batman
(Sinestro Corps)
and Vampire Batman.
The Joker's Back in Town! (10 points): Complete Batman 75 level after achieving
True Hero status.
World's Greatest Detective (10 points): Complete Batman 75 level with all Minikits unlocked.

Man Of Steel Pack DLC

An ideal to strive towards (10 points): Complete Man of Steel level with all Minikits unlocked.
I will find him! (10 points): Set both Free Play characters as General Zod and
Superman (Man of Steel).
It's not an 'S' (10 points): Complete Man of Steel level.
Krypto Come Home (10 points): Play as Krypto in the Man of Steel level.
Nice suit, Son (10 points): Complete Man of Steel level after achieving
True Hero status.

The Dark Knight Pack DLC

A hero can be anyone (10 points): Complete the Dark Knight level after achieving
True Hero status.
It's simple... (10 points): Defeat Batman (Dark Knight Trilogy) as the Joker
(Nurse) character.
Why so serious? (10 points): Complete the Dark Knight level with all Minikits unlocked.
Would you like to see my mask? (10 points): Set both Free Play characters as Bane
(Dark Knight Rises) and Scarecrow (Batman Begins).
You... you... complete me. (10 points): Complete the Dark Knight level.
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Secret Achievements.

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Posted:
2014-11-08

deanowen

Super Gamer Dude

Young Justice Legacy Xbox 360 secret achievements.


Carry out the following tasks to get the corresponding number of Gamerscore points:-

A Death in the Family (30 pts) Finish the game.
Art Preservation Society (15 pts) Don't break any Statue in the Museum Stage during 'A Hostage Crisis'.
Busted Block (20 pts) Defeat Blockbuster.
Cold War (20 pts) Defeat Killer Frost.
Daddy's Little Girl (20 pts) Defeat Cheshire.
Hide and Seek (15 pts) Don't activate the Statues in The Warrior's Path Stage
during 'Tag Team'.
Hurry Up! (15 pts) Escape the Avalanche Stage during 'Go with the Flow' in
less than 5 minutes.
It's a trap! (15 pts) Avoid damage from the spike trap in Atabey's Temple Stage during
'The Goddess Shrine'.
Match Day (20 pts) Defeat Sportmaster.
One with the Shadows (15 pts) Don't be spotted by any searchlight in Gotham Docks Warehouse stage
during Hometown.
Riddle me this! (20 pts) Defeat The Riddler.
Secrets from the Deep (20 pts) Defeat Black Manta.
Tag Team (20 pts) Defeat Icicle Jr and Sportmaster.
Twisted Mind (20 pts) Defeat Psimon.
Welcome to la jungla (20 pts) Defeat Bane.


Trophies.

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2014-11-08

deanowen

Super Gamer Dude

Fairy Fencer F PS3 trophies.


Carry out the following tasks to get the corresponding trophy:-

Gold
Ending: Eryn See Eryn's ending.
Ending: Tiara See saw Tiara's ending.
Fencer Elites Reach level 99 with every character.
Shukesoo's Eviction Clear all 40 floors of Shukesoo's Tower.
Vile God Resealed Seal the Vile God using Godly Revival.

Silver
Air Master Perform 100 Air Combos.
Avalanche Master Perform 100 Avalanche Attacks.
Berserker Defeat 10,000 enemies.
Diligent Worker Achieve a Quest Rank of S.
Ending: Normal See the normal ending.
Fury Meister Boost one of your weapons to its max.
Maximum Firepower Deal 100,000 damage.
Professional Fight 500 battles.
Surging Waves of Fury Perform 250 Hits.
Tenser Fencer Max your tension 300 times.
Unsealed Deities Pull every sword from the Vile God and Goddess.

Bronze
A Lengthy Relationship Accumulate 20 hours of playtime.
Amateur Fight 50 battles.
Bond with Fairy Reach level 10 with one of your fairies.
Evolving Power Eryn powered up.
Gimme a Boost Boost your weapon for the first time.
The Journey Begins Become Eryn's Fencer.
The World's Money is Not Enough Lola joins the party.
The World's Strongest Reach level 99 with a character.
Veteran Fight 200 battles.
We're In The Money! Accumulate 100 million G.
Where...Are We? Get sent to an unknown place.
Wherever My Sword Takes Me Apollonius joins the party.

Platinum
Ultimate Fencer Acquire all other trophies.



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