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  1. Well Christmas is coming up and I would like to know in what order you rate these games (1 being best) and/or what order I should purchase them in? Saints Row the Third, Skyrim, Battlefield 3, Batman Arkham City, Assassins Creed Revelations, Fifa 12, WWE12?
  2. I'm so excited for the new DLC I can't wait to see how it ends such an awesome story! But there are still some openings in which i'd love to see in the next Batman game - Hush: He has such a cool story, we only found out a small portion of his plan. - Clayface: He pulled off the role of a lifetime, and could have a big part in the next game (if he's still alive) - Scarecrow: One of the coolest villains in the game! There's easter eggs all around Arkham City that hint towards a Scarecrow appearance, whether it be his secret boat hideout thingy OR those cryptic messages received by radio signal. - Calendar Man: After finishing his side mission I'd love to see another psychological villain really play with Batman. - Bane: Last time we saw him he betrayed batman, and it seems like his story with his addiction to T.I.T.A.N could lead in numerous directions. Azrael: At the end of his mission he warns Batman of the devastating future, and I still consider him mysterious! Joker:... we'll see? Can't wait to see where RockSteady takes us next!
  3. Catwoman Bundle Pack - Estimated achievement difficulty: 8/10 - Offline: 6 (150:gsicon:) - Online: 0 - Approximate amount of time to 150: 5-7 hours - Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1 - Number of missable achievements: None - Glitched achievements: None - Unobtainable achievements: None - Cost of DLC: $9.99 Introduction: The Catwoman Bundle Pack comes with new copies of Arkham City, otherwise it can be purchased on the Marketplace. It includes a few interim chapters to the story that adds some filler, allows you to free roam Arkham City, and play as her in the Challenges and Campaigns. Catwoman plays very differently to Batman, which makes navigating Arkham City a bit of a chore and adds a brand new level of difficulty to the challenge mode. Be sure to take some time to learn how she works, especially her grapple jumps. Step 1: Story Mode (2 achievements 50:gsicon:) If you've had the Catwoman DLC from the beginning of the game, these will come naturally as you play through the main game with Batman. If you got the DLC after the fact, you can use a chapter select function and play through her segments. Step 2: Story Mode mop-up (2 achievements for 50:gsicon:) After you complete the main game you'll be able to switch freely between Catwoman and Batman. Catwoman has one postgame mission that consists of beating up specially marked thugs, and then her own set of Riddler trophies to collect. Step 3: Challenges and Campaigns (2 achievements 50:gsicon:) Now for the hardest part, the Challenges and Campaigns. All the maps are identical to Batman's, but the way she plays makes it an entirely different task. For Combat Challenges with bosses, Catwoman lacks any electric attacks to keep the Twins at bay, so the best approach is to just pound on them and jump over them when you're in trouble; if thugs are giving you trouble, use Whip Trip (+) to give you some breathing room. Titans are still manageable with Ultra Stun (:bbut:), but Catwoman can't rodeo them to weaken other henchmen and pump up your score, so you'll need to prioritize Titans or they'll harass you the entire time. At times she seems uncooperative and unwilling to do what you want, but with enough persistence and practice you'll be able to complete these.
  4. Credit to Xx Overkill VR for the introduction and estimated difficulty/time to completion. Overview: -Estimated achievement difficulty: 6/10 -Offline: 50 (1000:gsicon:) -Online: 0 -Approximate amount of time to 1000: 25-35 hours -Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 2 -Missable achievements: No -Do cheat codes disable achievements?: None -Does difficulty affect achievements?: Yes (Normal or Hard unlock New Game+) -Glitched achievements: None -Unobtainable achievements: None Introduction: The sequel to the 2009 GoTY, Batman Arkham Asylum. Unlike its predecessor, Arkham City allows Batman to roam free in his environment. The open world experience compliments the gameplay by giving one the freedom necessary to reign terror on the villains and thugs that are encountered throughout the game. There are many villains taking up the star roles however there are even more in the side quests which will take up most of your time, especially the Riddler Trophies/Riddles. Step 1: Story Mode (16 achievements for 290:gsicon:) Play through Story mode on Normal or Hard mode. As you play you'll encounter many side stories and collectibles; you can tackle them now or save them for postgame, as you can continue playing after you complete the story. Step 2: New Game+ (1 achievement for 75:gsicon:) Play through New Game+, which is identical to Story Mode except for an increased difficulty and you begin with all gadgets. This is a great chance to get some of the Riddler trophies in the early areas that require later gadgets. You'll have to do all the side missions in this mode as well, so you can tackle them along the way or save them for the next step. Step 3: Story Mode mop-up (19 achievements 370:gsicon:) Now you'll need to complete Story mode to 100%. This will require you to do all of Batman's side missions in both Story Mode and New Game+, as well as collect all the Riddler trophies (these are shared between playthroughs). Catwoman has a single postgame mission, but you only need to complete it on one of the modes. She also has her own set of Riddler trophies that you will need to collect. You can check your progress from the main menu. Step 4: Challenges and Campaigns (8 achievements 160:gsicon:) Last but certainly not least you'll need to complete the game's Challenges and Campaigns twice, once with Batman and once with Catwoman. Challenges are the same as those found in Arkham Asylum, with a mix of score-based Combat Challenges to test your combat proficiency and objective-based Predator Challenges to test your stealth and gadget proficiency. These challenges can be brutal, so use video guides to get an idea of how to approach them. Make sure to practice and memorize the tactics because you'll be playing these all several times over. Campaigns are new the series which consist of a gauntlet series of Challenges with added stipulations and limited retries. Stipulations could be beneficial or harmful depending on the campaign, and you can choose which Challenge to apply them to, but they must all be used by the end of the Campaign. Try to plan ahead so you're not stuck with the worst ones on the last challenge unless you know you can work with it. Step 5: Achievement mop-up / Perfect Knight (6 achievements for 105:gsicon:) You should have unlocked Perfect Knight - Day 2 if you followed the above steps; if for some reason it hasn't unlocked you can check your statistics from the main menu. The only achievements you may have left now are the combat related achievements (Flawless Freeflow, Perfect Freeflow, Gadget Attack), Story Teller, and Pay Your Respects, which can all be mopped up relatively easily. Congratulations, you've finished your journey to a very rewarding 1000:gsicon:!
  5. Catwoman Bundle Pack - Estimated achievement difficulty: 8/10 - Offline: 6 (150:gsicon:) - Online: 0 - Approximate amount of time to 150: 5-7 hours - Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1 - Number of missable achievements: None - Glitched achievements: None - Unobtainable achievements: None - Cost of DLC: $9.99 Introduction: The Catwoman Bundle Pack comes with new copies of Arkham City, otherwise it can be purchased on the Marketplace. It includes a few interim chapters to the story that adds some filler, allows you to free roam Arkham City, and play as her in the Challenges and Campaigns. Catwoman plays very differently to Batman, which makes navigating Arkham City a bit of a chore and adds a brand new level of difficulty to the challenge mode. Be sure to take some time to learn how she works, especially her grapple jumps. Step 1: Story Mode (2 achievements 50:gsicon:) If you've had the Catwoman DLC from the beginning of the game, these will come naturally as you play through the main game with Batman. If you got the DLC after the fact, you can use a chapter select function and play through her segments. Step 2: Story Mode mop-up (2 achievements for 50:gsicon:) After you complete the main game you'll be able to switch freely between Catwoman and Batman. Catwoman has one postgame mission that consists of beating up specially marked thugs, and then her own set of Riddler trophies to collect. Step 3: Challenges and Campaigns (2 achievements 50:gsicon:) Now for the hardest part, the Challenges and Campaigns. All the maps are identical to Batman's, but the way she plays makes it an entirely different task. For Combat Challenges with bosses, Catwoman lacks any electric attacks to keep the Twins at bay, so the best approach is to just pound on them and jump over them when you're in trouble; if thugs are giving you trouble, use Whip Trip (+) to give you some breathing room. Titans are still manageable with Ultra Stun (:bbut:), but Catwoman can't rodeo them to weaken other henchmen and pump up your score, so you'll need to prioritize Titans or they'll harass you the entire time. At times she seems uncooperative and unwilling to do what you want, but with enough persistence and practice you'll be able to complete these.
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