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  1. The Kinect Share service has been closed as of July 28, 2017. https://support.xbox.com/en-US/games/troubleshooting/kinectshare-closure https://www.microsoftstudios.com/news/2017/07/28/latest-news-kinectshare/
  2. The Kinect Share service has been closed as of July 28, 2017. https://support.xbox.com/en-US/games/troubleshooting/kinectshare-closure https://www.microsoftstudios.com/news/2017/07/28/latest-news-kinectshare/
  3. The Kinect Share service has been closed as of July 28, 2017. https://support.xbox.com/en-US/games/troubleshooting/kinectshare-closure https://www.microsoftstudios.com/news/2017/07/28/latest-news-kinectshare/
  4. Bandai Namco e-mail support confirmed the removal to me on 7/31/2017: "Unfortunately, this title's DLC was removed due to licensing reasons. As such, we do not have any information if it will return or not."
  5. Apparently both Higher Learning packs have been delisted. They are not listed on the Xbox Store site, through the X360 console, or even through the in-game store (which is now a blank white screen). Just thought I'd let everyone know
  6. Yeah, the GPS minigame at the end of episode 3 was an utter pain in the butt. I don't remember having this hard of a time completing it on the PS3. I'm sure it's easy as pie on the original PC version with a mouse. After about a dozen tries, I took a few days break, came back to it, and passed in the 3rd or 4th try. Here's what I did which made it a *tiny* bit easier, but NOT super easy. 1. Assuming you're playing on an HDTV, zoom in the picture ("Cinema" is the view setting on my TV for that). This helps because the original play area is windowed with a large border. 2. Mute the TV audio. I found the constant "we lost her" police chatter to be a distraction. 3. I found that using the Titan One adapter (www.consoletuner.com) to use a PS3 controller on the X360 seemed to help. You'll need a wired X360 controller plus a PS3 controller (wired or wireless with a USB wire). Plug the wired X360 controller into the Titan One, then put that into the X360's USB port in front. Once it "registers" (numbers of the device will stop cycling), pull out the controller (not the Titan One), and then plug in the PS3 controller into the Titan One. 4. On the X360 dashboard, go to Settings, Profile, Game Defaults, General, and change Sensitivity to "high". You would think "low" would make more sense, but "high" seemed to do better with the Titan/PS3 controller. That's really all I did. If you know how to resign Xbox 360 saves, I uploaded two I made after this GPS game, and the last one in Episode 4. You can find them on my site here: http://www.theraffon.net/~spookcentral/xbox.htm
  7. MOST OF APP GAME NO LONGER PLAYABLE DUE TO SERVER CLOSURE The guide here should be updated to note that you can't do *ANYTHING INVOLVING EPISODES* in this game anymore since the servers have been closed. You can still download the APP version and even use the Season 1 season pass code, but when you go to watch any of the episodes, you'll get the error message: "Sorry, the Kinect Nat Geo TV service isn't available right now. Please try again later." Confirmed as server closure here: http://forums.xbox.com/xbox_support/xbox_360_support/f/3144/t/1609250.aspx However, PARTY ANIMAL MODE WORKS, which is just a series of minigames. So, you'll be able to get the two Party Animal mode achievements, and *some* of the minigame-specific achievements (IF you get that minigame and meet the objectives). I got the black bear game, and unknowingly got "For the Winnie" while playing it. It's just that anything involving the episodes themselves in unobtainable. Now I wish I didn't download and run the app. At least it didn't cost me anything, and I got the disc version for $1.99 at Gamestop with the unused season pass code inside (which I used, obviously)
  8. I know that there is no guide for the game, but I think it should be noted at the top of the achievement list that 100% is no longer possible due to server closure affecting the "Share" achievement: http://www.xboxachievements.com/game/the-deepak-chopra-project/achievement/59675-Share.html
  9. I agree that not giving an option to skip the really banal hosts segments was a dumb move. He says the same things over and over again. This makes trudging through 48 games a real pain in the butt.,
  10. It's been a while since I watched the show, but I always remembered the two players answering separately, with the first player's answered totalled first, and the second player only answering IF the first player didn't surpass 200 with their answers alone. In the game, I (or both players) have to answer the questions twice, and THEN both of our answers are totally up. Since I have the cheat sheet and put in all #1s the first time through, it's a waste of my time to put in all #2s.
  11. Yeah, the cheapness of the computer is the main reason this game is not fun to play. Even on "easy", the computer was getting everything right. If you give the computer even one single chance to answer, you're screwed.
  12. I'm working on a plain text version of Tyger7's spreadsheet (with his permission) that will, hopefully, be the easiest of all to use. I couldn't use his spreadsheet on my iPod Touch or tablet, either, so I've been tethered to my desktop computer while achievement hunting :-)
  13. Yeah, thank goodness for Tyger7's Answers List. It's still a chore to get all of the achievements, but at least it's super easy. I didn't buy this game for easy achievements, though. I got it because I thought it would be a fun game to play with others, but it's been anything BUT fun. I think the older Family Feud games were more fun.
  14. I noticed that, too, Gunstar. Maybe they changed the rules in the actual show since the last time I watched, but I always remembered it being the first team to 300 to move on to Fast Money. Thankfully, I've never encountered issue #2.
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