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Lupin IV

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About Lupin IV

  • Birthday 02/01/1989

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    Styles Plural

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    I'm just an individual who plays video games. Not much else to say
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    Encinitas, California
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    Reading Graphic Novels
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    Ultrasound Technologist

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  1. Might as well make this game a 1/10 difficulty (with Turbo controller). Just recently completed the game simply by turboing a set amount of buttons and left the tournaments and free battles idle while I did other tasks! This works for ALL battles even the S+ 4-Way Tournaments and Advanced Survival Battles! The only stuff you'll have to do manually are the two S-Ranks for Ninja Escapades and misc. which takes less than 30 minutes anyway! http://www.xboxachievements.com/forum/showthread.php?t=612925 Check out my thread in the forums. It goes into more detail. Feel free to spread the word and use it on your guide. I was able to finish the full game over the weekend (Saturday and Sunday) within merely 2 days! With a turbo, this is no doubt the easiest Naruto game to complete ever for the 360!
  2. http://blazekick.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Screen-Shot-2014-04-08-at-6.38.17-PM.png Naruto Storm Revolution (Turbo Achievement Guide) Greetings fellow achievement hunters! Styles here with a GAME-BREAKING way to complete the new Naruto Storm R game without having to put forth any serious effort and all you need is a Turbo controller. Now you will still need to perform the small miscellaneous achievements in Versus Battle with two controllers as well as the two S-Rank for Ninja Escapades, and Mecha Naruto Storyline. But outside of that you can finish this entire game with a turbo controller doing everything for you! Your main chore will be setting up fights every 7 to 9 minutes. As a preface, this was my setup for actual 1 on 1 battles in Free Battle Mode: Character Used: Sasuke Jutsu: Inferno Style: Susano's Flame Inferno Style: Flame Control Jutsu Style: Ultimate Justu Controller Used: Hori Pad EX2 Turbo Note: For the 4-Way Battles in Ninja World Tournament Mode, setup should not matter. Just turbo the buttons mentioned below and select whichever character(s) you wish (preferably Sasuke, Naruto, Minato, Kakashi, or Mecha Naruto). After multiple test-throughs, I can officially confirm that nearly every achievement related to Free Battle Mode and Ultimate Ninja Tournament Mode can be unlocked simply by leaving a turbo controller idle while it rapid fires a set amount of buttons. I just figured out how to do this and I decided to post it here to help. Also, ANY controller with turbo functionality should work for this method including Hori EX2 pads as well as fight sticks. Astonishingly enough, this ENTIRE game can be completed without even having to fight all the battles manually (with the exception of the 2 S-ranks for Ninja Escapades Mode & the Mecha Story). Believe what I am telling you here as I have discovered something truly game-breaking! You can use a Turbo Functioning controller to nab every achievement for the 1000 in this game related to Story, Tournament, and Free Battle Modes! This means you can clear all Advanced League/Survival fights and the 30 Ultimate Survival wins without even having to press anything! What I did was select Sasuke and I would set the Turbo rapid fire to the following buttons: and . Set the turbo to all of these buttons and then let the game idle. It will play and win all the fights for you! Return in 7 to 9 minutes and you will have completed said string of fights. I'm shocked that no one has posted yet about being able to use a Turbo controller to obtain all achievements for this game. Outside of the S-Rank achievements for Ninja Escapades, the Turbo controller can do everything else. You don't need to use any item equips either when using Turbo for the Ultimate Tournament mode (in Story). Also, if you use Turbo for Ultimate Survival over night, you can obtain millions of Ryo, so it's a good way to grind for money while you're away also. I used Sasuke for Free battle & Tournament Modes but other characters should work as well. For the Tournament Story Mode 4-way battles (and challenges), character should not matter. Use any fighters you want; just turbo the buttons mentioned above. I was able to finish the full game within 2-days using a Turbo controller to play all fights. All you literally have to do is check back frequently to set up subsequent fights. Some further notes: Notes ✪ Once again, you only need to set turbo to and at the highest speed possible. Do this right before your match or tournament begins. Return in a set period of time to set up subsequent fights. I selected Sasuke (3rd from the right) for this but other characters may work also. ✪ When using Turbo for 4-Way Tournament Battles (D Rank up to S+ Rank) characters should NOT matter. Use any fighter you want. ✪ For the 4-Way Battles in Tournament Mode, I never really had to use items, equips, or bentos for ANY of my fights. The Turbo will do enough for you to win. You are welcome to use them if you want though. ✪ You can use this method for the 30 wins Ultimate Survival achievement ✪ Wonderfully enough, you can idle Turbo using the said buttons above to farm millions of Ryo. I set my turbo over night for Ultimate Survival and once I woke up I had accumulated over 8 Million Ryo! This is a good way to farm money to purchase anything you want in the entire game! The Turbo will keep re-starting fights whether you win or lose which means instant money over time! ✪ If you somehow lose a fight for a random reason, the turbo will usually rematch but be sure to check periodically to adjust if necessary. This method is a nice way to perform other tasks such as school work, watch TV, etc. to complete an already very easy game to begin with. If you don't have a Turbo I guess you could always button mash the mentioned buttons or just play legit for fun. Either way, it's an extremely easy game to complete, this method just cuts down on the need to make a conscious effort.
  3. Yo Stray, I'm thinking of going ahead and posting my own Persona Ultimax guide to submit to the front site. It doesn't seem like you are interested in taking any of my advice to update your guide here even though you appear to take enough time to reply to others on this thread. It's been a couple weeks and I have noticed minimal alterations to your work. Your Roadmap remains the same (despite me taking the time to give you a model), and the font throughout your guide is still inconsistent. Not ragging or anything but it pains me to see this for a wonderful game that deserves a full-on and respected guide for the community. I expected for someone who spent so much time playing it on release and even getting #1 to finish it that you would show more effort. I'm quite disappointed.
  4. Yo Stray, I'm thinking of going ahead and posting my own Persona Ultimax guide to submit to the front site. It doesn't seem like you are interested in taking any of my advice to update your guide here even though you appear to take enough time to reply to others on this thread. It's been a couple weeks and I have noticed minimal alterations to your work. Your Roadmap remains the same (despite me taking the time to give you a model), and the font throughout your guide is still inconsistent. Not ragging or anything but it pains me to see this for a wonderful game that deserves a full-on and respected guide for the community. I expected for someone who spent so much time playing it on release and even getting #1 to finish it that you would show more effort. I'm quite disappointed.
  5. At last, I am finally able to post here again. Have to admit I feel pretty damn proud of myself right now. Just finished both Ultimax and Persona 4 Arena with all achievements unlocked! Let's go! There wasn't an Achievement guide for the original Persona 4 Arena game but that ChaosChao fella posted a Score Attack guide on the site so I used that one to give me strategies and approach. Yeah, the last game was infinitely harder than Ultimax but a hell of a thrill to finally complete to the full 1000. As for your guide, I don't think you need to tell gamers how to play the game (controls, etc.). That is what the Tutorials and Lesson modes are for. This is an achievement website therefore you should place emphasis on the route for obtaining the achievements not game mechanics. Switch it to an "Achievement Breakdown" instead sort of like the sister site guide did below. http://www.playstationtrophies.org/forum/4751776-post2.html If you want an outline let me know and I'll PM you one or post here. I want to avoid trying to tell you how to write your own guide. Anyways Mr. Stray here is the recommended format for your initial post Roadmap: Pretty straightforward stuff but bolding and sectioning should help make it more organized at least. I also have decent software for making banners so let me know if you're interested in me making one for your guide. I was going to post a guide myself, but you beat me to the punch. Congrats again on being 1st to finish the game and I apologize for my lewd post earlier if it offended.
  6. At last, I am finally able to post here again. Have to admit I feel pretty damn proud of myself right now. Just finished both Ultimax and Persona 4 Arena with all achievements unlocked! Let's go! There wasn't an Achievement guide for the original Persona 4 Arena game but that ChaosChao fella posted a Score Attack guide on the site so I used that one to give me strategies and approach. Yeah, the last game was infinitely harder than Ultimax but a hell of a thrill to finally complete to the full 1000. As for your guide, I don't think you need to tell gamers how to play the game (controls, etc.). That is what the Tutorials and Lesson modes are for. This is an achievement website therefore you should place emphasis on the route for obtaining the achievements not game mechanics. Switch it to an "Achievement Breakdown" instead sort of like the sister site guide did below. http://www.playstationtrophies.org/forum/4751776-post2.html If you want an outline let me know and I'll PM you one or post here. I want to avoid trying to tell you how to write your own guide. Anyways Mr. Stray here is the recommended format for your initial post Roadmap: Pretty straightforward stuff but bolding and sectioning should help make it more organized at least. I also have decent software for making banners so let me know if you're interested in me making one for your guide. I was going to post a guide myself, but you beat me to the punch. Congrats again on being 1st to finish the game and I apologize for my lewd post earlier if it offended.
  7. I'm not trying to harshly criticize your work but Mr. Stray, are you sure you know what you're doing here? Your format appears to be way off, well at least, compared to how most of the other standardized guides on this site look. While using your guide I had trouble reading your roadmap and overview. Nothing is bolded? Where is the sense of organization and usage of headers? Furthermore, your roadmap is a sloppy mess with passages appearing next to headers instead of below them. Also, the 360 button inputs scattered about don't help either. The achievement guide itself isn't too bad though; it's been helpful for me. Like I said man, I'm just putting that out there but if you're not done yet I understand but then again what are you waiting for? You shouldn't post guides if you're not willing to finish them in a timely manner. I know this game isn't exactly Call of Duty in terms of popularity, which is why you haven't been on top of this (being a dead forum). However, this is about principle my friend! If you don't like my comments I would understand but I just want to help. I can help you re-format this guide. Also good stuff on getting the 1250 on the XBA leaderboard there. (Noticed when I logged in a second ago on the P4AU main page.) Are you 1st to finish it in the world? On a side note this game is the most insanely cool piece of work I've ever played. Makes me want to go ahead and start the original P4A game. Score Attack come at me. EDIT: Saw your disclaimer just now, if you want me to take this post down let me know. It looks like you have plenty of space to finish the guide as is though.
  8. I'm not trying to harshly criticize your work but Mr. Stray, are you sure you know what you're doing here? Your format appears to be way off, well at least, compared to how most of the other standardized guides on this site look. While using your guide I had trouble reading your roadmap and overview. Nothing is bolded? Where is the sense of organization and usage of headers? Furthermore, your roadmap is a sloppy mess with passages appearing next to headers instead of below them. Also, the 360 button inputs scattered about don't help either. The achievement guide itself isn't too bad though; it's been helpful for me. Like I said man, I'm just putting that out there but if you're not done yet I understand but then again what are you waiting for? You shouldn't post guides if you're not willing to finish them in a timely manner. I know this game isn't exactly Call of Duty in terms of popularity, which is why you haven't been on top of this (being a dead forum). However, this is about principle my friend! If you don't like my comments I would understand but I just want to help. I can help you re-format this guide. Also good stuff on getting the 1250 on the XBA leaderboard there. (Noticed when I logged in a second ago on the P4AU main page.) Are you 1st to finish it in the world? On a side note this game is the most insanely cool piece of work I've ever played. Makes me want to go ahead and start the original P4A game. Score Attack come at me. EDIT: Saw your disclaimer just now, if you want me to take this post down let me know. It looks like you have plenty of space to finish the guide as is though.
  9. Wait just a cotton picking minute. 12 achievements? 200 max amount of gamerscore? This game looks like it was supposed to get released along time ago.
  10. I was starting to get into this game and heard the Score Attack was pretty rough. I did Unlimited Mars for Blazblue CS Extend for the PS3 and it wasn't too bad after you figured out the AI. This shouldn't be too much different. EDIT: I have finished Score Attack with all characters. Thanks for the tips Chao.
  11. True Lover first play through. Then got the Bad and Neutral endings on subsequent playthroughs. Can't get enough of this game.
  12. Maybe there's something wrong with my browser but for some reason they all appear as blue x's for me. Perhaps you may need to re-upload them?
  13. Concurred. I love these type of games and if I can use any modes to prep myself to better compete then I'm all for it!
  14. Thanks for the videos. This game looks like something I'd be interested in playing plus it's region-free. September 30th can't come quick enough.
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