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Use your team: You are part of a team of three. You can quite easily tell team mates where to go and to kill certain terrorists first. Use them to enter rooms via certain doors and to heal each other should they get injured.
Know your weapons: There are quite a wide range of weapons available in the game as well as equipment - it is worth playing around to see what weapons suit your style of play the best. Some of the various grenades can be very helpful for certain situations so think about what equipment you carry.
Use the map: Pressing the back button during missions brings up a map showing some key info such as the location of spotted terrorists and ladders, rappel points etc.
Enemies: Enemies tend to move around a bit differently each time you play so it can be hard to pin point each enemy in this walkthrough - they also react to noise etc. so if you are loud when you enter certain areas they may kill hostages or gather together to hunt you down. Use the map to locate some of the terrorists when you can.
Use the snake cam: A key piece of kit. Use it under most doors to check the way forward is clear. Also if you highlight and enemy with the cursor and press the back button it will order your team members to kill that enemy first on entry.
Blind Fire: In areas where you are under heavy fire it is worth using the blind fire to force enemies into cover to allow you to re-position or to get a better shot at them.
Re-load: Try keep your weapon fully loaded when you can - never know when you might face a room full of enemies. Also note that the enemy has to reload too - an ideal time to shoot at them.
There are various modes of online play in the game ranging from various death match style game modes to capturing vital intel and co-op story mode which has you playing through the single player game but with other gamers playing the part of your team. At the start of online play you'll be able to create your character and how they look. With an Xbox Live vision cam you can place your own image on the characters face. You are able to edit your appearance or unlock extra equipment and clothing for your character by playing multiplayer modes. You can also re upload your facial image at any point in the online menus.
ONLINE GAME MODES:
Attack & Defend: Two team fight for control of an objective - one team tries to steal it while the other defends it.
Sharpshooter: Free-for-all combat with respawns, player with most kills wins.
Team Sharpshooter: Two teams fight it out. Team with most kills at the end of the time wins.
Co-op terrorist hunt: You and a team of friends must locate and kill all terrorists on certain maps.
Co-op story: Play the single player story mode with friends as your team mates.
Retrieval: Two teams must find the biohazard canister and deliver it to their base to score points. Team with most points wins.
Survival: No respawns, last person alive wins Team Survival: Two teams compete trying to eliminate all members of the opposite team. Team with players still alive wins.
As you play through the various online modes you will be given points at the end of each round (More points for the better you do), these points allow you to progress through the various ranks. Each time you achieve a new rank you will unlock additional weapons, equipment and clothing for you to use on your online character. You can edit your characters equipment and weapons in the outfitting section of the online menu.
As with most zombies they aren’t that dangerous individually, but get enough of them in one place and you can be in real trouble. And wouldn’t you know it, Dead Rising’s locations are jam packed with the living dead. And they also get a little tougher at
night. So here’s a few tips about dealing with them.Run - you don’t have to fight them, and unless you’re in a difficult area, such as a narrow hall or the North Plaza, you should be able to weave around them. Watch out - not all zombies behave the same. Some will ignore you, others will shamble in your direction. The occasional one will actually half-sprint at you. And some have knives which they can stab you with, although the ones with guns never fire them. Nowhere is safe - as above, the zombies behave differently. Standing behind a counter will give you a breather for moment, but eventually some of the zombies will, by trial and error, climb up and flop over the counter to attack you. You’re not the only food source - they will go after survivors, and since survivors don’t generally have the brains to duck around you, they will need watching out for. Unfortunately, they don’t seem to go after cultists. Keep on walking - getting surrounded is leathal, so once you have it, the zombie walk is an invaluable skill. Use it to clamber over the tops of zombies heads if they’re getting too close. Lure them away - if you find the dead lurking around the entrance to one of the mall sections, and you don’t want to waste a weapon on them, lure them away by moving away from the gate, then nip left and run into the gate.
These are the guys in yellow raincoats, and they’re absolute swines. Not as bad as the soldiers, but they will slash you with their knives, and will also sometimes rush you with a stick of dynamite in their hands. If the latter happens, either shoot them or run the hell away, because they’ll cause you major damage if they blow up. The best way to deal with them is by using a chainsaw if you have to get through them. Or failing that, you can just avoid them. They’ll go away if you defeat their leader later.
Oh boy. These are worse than the cultists - they have guns and will blast the living daylights out of you. Run away from them if you can, and if you have to take them down, use a chainsaw, katana or axe.
Aside from the zombies, soldiers and cultists, there are severalpsychopaths - effectively boss characters - you’ll run into. You’ll only encounter a few of these by going through the regular cases in the games - the others are usually encountered as part of scoops. Most can be defeated fairly easily as long as you load up on health-restoring items such as milk. Most have patterns that can be recognized and used, too. But here’s how to deal with some of the trickier ones.
Adam The Clown:
Adam isn’t part of the main case, but it’s worth fighting him just to get the small chainsaws he drops. This guy will cut you to pieces with his chainsaws so stay away. He can also use them to deflect bullets, so what do you do? Easy - shoot him when he breathes fire. Also, shoot the balloon when he blows one up and it’ll stun him, giving you the chance to deal some more damage. Cletus, the gun store owner. Again, this guy isn’t part of the main case, but you need to deal with him? Why? Because his shot in the North Mall is where you get shotguns and sniper rifles, essential for dealing with most other psychopaths. There’s an easy way to deal with him - as soon as the fight starts, back out of the store. Then using the uzi or machine gun, shoot at him through the opened door. He’ll die easily.
Carlito (2nd time):
Give him a taste of his own medicine and snipe at him from a long distance. If you don’t have a rifle, get up close and hit him - use a powerful weapon such as a chainsaw because once you hit him a couple of times, he’ll whack you back for serious damage.
Keep out of the way of this guy’s trolley. Even if he hits you once, he can back up again and run over you another time, damaging your energy. On the plus side, you’re in a place which has an infinite supply of health in the shape of the milk cartons. You can also clamber on the shelves, if you have a firearm, and shoot the guy in the head. If you don’t, then let him charge past you, then when he turns, get in close and whack him.
The best way to deal with these loonies who drive around the leisure park in their jeep is to hit them with a car. Get a car from the car park area of the leisure park, mow it into them and stop their jeep. Then back off, and take the convicts out with a gun. Once you’ve done this, you can the mounted machine gun which is one of the most powerful weapons in the game. The downside is that they will keep on coming back.
Restart and retain skills
Hints and Tips
Weapons – There are a lot of nasty folk out there, best to always have a weapon to hand just in case, never know when someone might jump out at you!
Walk the grid! - If you want to get all of the achievements such as finding all the birds/metal pieces and using all the weapons then you need to be pretty thorough and explore all areas. Like any forensic investigator you'll want to check everywhere around you including up high and down low. Remember the crime scenes are 3D - Walls, floors and roofs. Note that you can also move some objects.
Use the Taser - The taser is a pretty great way of disarming the bad guys so use it to your advantage to steal their weapons or to get in a few good hits before they recover. For some enemies the taser will be enough to finish them off.
Use the torch - Seems like common sense but for most of the game the torch is going to always be on. Not sure if switching it off will stop enemies from spotting you but either way it is a key piece of kit so use it.
Forensic tools - Most of the forensic tools are easy to use, you are shown how to use each one to begin with so just remember how they work and what each one is designed to identify or capture. At the bottom right a message will appear telling you to press X whenever you need to use your forensic tools.
Block – With all melee weapons you can block attacks from the enemy, it is very useful as it stops them taking away your life and also allows you to quickly counter attack. You need to get your timing right but this shouldn't be too hard to get used to.
Birds & Metal Pieces – If you are looking to collect all of these then your going to have to be quite thorough when searching levels. Most metal pieces are found near walls with eyes on them so that should help a bit. As for the birds listen out for the alive ones – you should be able to hear them. Also some of the others have flies around them which you can also hear when you are close.
Some Skills and Tricks
Start writing novels on your computer. Its best to write novels as they take the least amount of time. When you write, your skill will automatically advance and if your skill is high enough, you will be able to write more novel types/genres. The most money can be made from "Romance Novels". You will get royalties for six weeks once you finish a book. With the "Writing" skill maxed out, you can make approximately 40,000 Simoleons every week, which is more than the 34,800 Simoleons you can get by purchasing all neighborhood businesses, and takes less time to achieve. In three game weeks you should have a very high speed of writing, 9 or 10 best selling novels and 100,000 Simoleons.
No matter how many times you use an object, if you sell it on the same day that you obtained it you can get all your money back. If your Sim is poor and needs body points or something else, buy a body machine and keep selling it back to get a refund of all your money.
EASY COOKING, FISHING AND GARDENING SKILLS:
This trick requires a TV with a Cooking, Fishing, or Gardening channel and a video game system. Have a Sim sit down and watch television. Switch the TV over to one of the previously mentioned channels so that the Sim can start earning his or her skill points. Then, have a second Sim go over and start playing video games. Notice that although the TV is displaying video games, the first Sim still has the skill meter above their head. Allow this Sim to sit there for as long as they please until they decide to do another activity of their own. After that, the skill meter should stay above their head until you start another Cooking, Fishing, or Gardening skill activity. As an added bonus, you can train two skill points at once. For example, work out and both the Athletic and Cooking skills will continue to rise. If you keep repeating the steps until each skill channel has been viewed, the Sim will keep learning the three skills as he or she goes about their daily business, and four when doing skill activities.
Great Battles Medieval Xbox 360 Achievements.
Carry out the following tasks to get the corresponding number of Gamerscore points:-
10 Heads are better than 1 (40 points) Recruit 10 units.
Archers reach level 10 (30 points) Get a ranged unit to level 10.
Best 2 of 3 (50 points) Win a Short Tug of War.
Best 3 of 5 (50 points) Win a Long Tug of War.
Conquer the Playground (50 points) Win a Sandbox Match.
Defender of the Crown (50 points) Win the French campaign.
For God and King (30 points) Win first battle as English.
For the Fleur de Lis (30 points) Win first battle as French.
Get on the Board (30 points) Win a ranked match.
Glory to the English (50 points) Win the English campaign.
Infantry reaches level 10 (30 points) Get an infantry unit to level 10.
Invincible (30 points) Win a battle without losing a unit.
King (60 points) Kill 10000 troops.
Knight (30 points) Kill 1000 troops.
Knights reach level 10 (30 points) Get a knight unit to level 10.
Let the Battle Begin (20 points) Complete the Tutorial.
Master Strategist (25 points) Win a battle with one of each unit type.
Mounts reach level 10 (30 points) Get a mounted unit to level 10.
Power in Numbers (40 points) Recruit max number of units.
Prince (50 points) Kill 5000 troops.
Serf (30 points) Kill 500 troops.
Tactician (20 points) Complete a flanking maneuver.
The First Step (20 points) Recruit first troop.
Vassal (40 points) Kill 2000 troops.
Dead Rising 3: Chaos Rising Xbox One Unlockable Achievements.
Achievement How to unlock
Add to The Collection (10 points) Collect all Custom the Motorcycles for Torque.
Builder's Apprentice (10 points) Help Torque build a special bike.
Fit to Lead (10 points) Complete the Dead Rising 3: Chaos Rising game.
Fly the Coop (10 points) Escape the Los Perdidos Police Department.
Hawg Heaven (10 points) Obtain Torque's surprise.
Hunter and the Hunted (10 points) Defeat all the Captains.
Stick it to the Man (10 points) Destroy all the Emergency Phones.
The Finer Things (10 points) Collect all the bottles of Special Reserve Whiskey.
Throwing Down the Gauntlet (10 points) Survive the Spider's trial.
IDARB - Xbox One Achievements.
Complete the indicated achievements outlined below in order to get the corresponding number of Gamerscore points within the game.
A Regular Mozart (75 points): Create 20 or more songs in the song creator.
Alley Oop! (100 points): Get an Alley Oop.
Boom Goes the Dynamite (100 points): Score a fifteen point shot.
Corporate Art Collector (75 points): Import 10 or more logos via QR code into the game.
Dizzy Dealer (100 points): Stun online opponents 25 or more times.
Identity Theft (75 points): Import 10 or more characters via QR code into the game.
Just Like Having a Baby (75 points): Create 20 or more characters in the character creator.
Over "The Air" Achiever (25 points): Summon the Achievement Bot.
Represent (75 points): Create 20 or more logos in the Logo Creator.
Sharing is Caring (75 points): Import 10 or more songs via QR code into the game.
Team Spirit (125 points): Create 10 or more customized teams, each with 8+ characters, a custom logo, and a custom song.
Unlockable Bonus Stages.
Unlockable Bonus Stages.
You must earn the specified number of stars to unlock the following Bonus Stages.
Unlockable How to Unlock
Stage 01 360 Stars
Stage 02 370 Stars
Stage 03 380 Stars
Stage 04 390 Stars
Stage 05 400 Stars
Stage 06 410 Stars
Stage 07 420 Stars
Stage 08 430 Stars
Stage 09 440 Stars
Stage 10 450 Stars
Stage 11 460 Stars
Stage 12 470 Stars
Stage 13 480 Stars
Stage 14 490 Stars
Stage 15 500 Stars
Stage 16 510 Stars
Stage 17 520 Stars
Stage 18 530 Stars
Stage 19 540 Stars
Stage 20 550 Stars
Stage 21 560 Stars
Stage 22 570 Stars
Stage 23 580 Stars
Stage 24 590 Stars
Stage 25 600 Stars
Stage 26 759 Stars (all challenges before this one)
Stage 27 Rainbow (all previous challenges)
Stage 28 Rainbow Bonus Stage 27
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