For Challenge maps, you NEED to play on "I am death incarnate" (or higher) to register a gold.
From there it's all about scoring and surviving (which can be a little difficult). Kills get you a certain amount of points (400), you get extra for headshots/explosions/marksman (200), and then additional points (200 per kill) for killing enemies in combos.
Basically just work that formula into the situation, and you should be good to go. The challenges can be difficult, but as long as you are good enough to survive them, you shouldn't have much of an issue reaching the needed score.
Obviously they are accessed from the main menu, and unlocked as you progress through the campaign.
That's right, you guys got pounded with the snow and bad weather up North this past Winter! I'm glad you waited to go back to the project until now, it would have been horrible trying to do it sooner. It's very cool you guys are doing it all yourself though, especially with a big project like that! It's definitely worth patting yourself on the back, and more! How nice it will be this Summer when you can chill on your new deck while maybe grilling some yummy food and enjoying the nice weather! Well worth it and something to be proud of for sure, Bigg!
I really have a strong gut feeling that their conference at E3 will be about an upcoming Fallout game! It's just time for another Fallout game, you know? New Vegas was released in 2010, so I honestly think it's about that time because 4 1/2 years has passed since NV, and that's just about the right amount of time to invest into a current gen release for Fallout 4! Even if they only announced it in June, by the time Fallout 4 was released, they could easily have about 5 years into it since the last Fallout release, so the timing is perfect. I'm not trying to build my hopes up too high, but if they don't announce Fallout 4, I will be super dissapointed (and surprised!) lol.
Yeah I remember in Fallout New Vegas how stiff the characters were, through their movement and when it did the close-up scene of when they were talking to you and you had the dialogue choices lol. Sometimes they seemed a little awkward or robotic in their movements. But all the more reason to look forward to Fallout 4 and how awesome it will be on the One! Imagining the Wasteland on the current gen console is really exciting! Big and beautiful, that's what I bet it will be.
Gosh, you're really building the deck entirely from the ground up! That's awesome! Home DIY projects are so cool, because years down the road you can look back at it and say to yourself, "Yep. I made that." That's a true feeling of accomplishment. Let me know if you guys ever decide to build a swimming pool! I might have to hire you to come down and build one for me if you do, LOL!
Am I missing something? How do I free roam in Mafia II after I beat the game? I just need some misc stuff and every collectible, but I looked at the mission select briefly and didn't see anything.
But damn though. What an ending. It really hit me when I realized what Leo meant when he said "Joe wasn't a part of our deal". I was confused at first and then I was shown by what he meant. Really, really good story. I'm gonna write a review tonight (so the collectibles and DLCs don't ruin my opinion.
I'm certainly hoping for some Fallout 4 news as well! I have a feeling Bethesda has to say something on it soon because their last big project was Elder Scrolls Online, so now it's Fallout's turn, right?! Gosh, just thinking of games like Witcher and Fallout 4 on the One are incredible because of how huge they're making these games! I love how games are just growing and growing in that way, because it really makes dropping that $60 well worth it for these new titles. I bet Fallout 4, when it does come out, is going to be huge!! The Witcher, with its over 200 hours of content, plus the expansions, is already mind blowing lol!
I hope your project today went ok! I usually enjoy projects like that, especially if you can do it in a few hours and it's not an all day thing, but going into the Summer weather now like we are makes it really tough too. Hopefully it went well and you got it done today!
Well, have fun helping your Dad with your deck today, I know that has to be a lot of work! Be careful with that and I'll be on in the afternoon too so hopefully we can play some TPS. I messaged Dirty and Walt, but haven't heard back as of yet, so hopefully we can all set something up this afternoon and I'll let you know what I hear back from them as soon as I'm back on later. Running some side missions, Claptrap's DLC or power leveling sound perfect, that's really all we have left to do! Thanks again and yeah, now that I think of it, my poor character in Skyrim is probably withered away to nothing because I last saved in my house and I don't have a Kitchen! She's had nothing to eat for about 2 years!! Ugghhh... at least she's had a Trophy Room to keep her company though LOL!
Ohhhh yes, I think I remember that part about the little that I did play as a Vampire in Skyrim, how it stunk trying to play during the day lol. Well at least the Werewolf sounds fun. Oh man, I loved the Fallout games too! I've been waiting for any news of Fallout 4 as well, and I read online that there might be an announcement soon, so maybe it'll be about Fallout! I'm hoping so!! And awwww, trust me, I think you've helped me just as much as I've helped you, if not more! That's really sweet of you though! I'm always happy to help and I consider myself lucky to have gaming friends like you, because you're the same as me and it's great when you find friends like that where you can help each other out with games! That would be awesome if we can help each other a little bit in The Witcher, just sharing some general info or ideas as we go along. I do love co-op too, and can't help but think how much fun a little bit of MP in The Witcher would be lol.