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  1. Just tried a searching but it kept saying there was a fatal error, so i hope this question hasn't already been asked but; Is a demo really worth 400 points? Even if it is a stand alone game!
  2. GameFAQs is running a Game of the Decade contest and Dead Rising needs your help! Go to the following URL and cast your vote for Dead Rising to help it overcome Persona 4. http://www.gamefaqs.com/
  3. [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oCY0otPqYFk]YouTube - Dead Rising 2 - Everyone Knows Slappy Walkthrough[/ame]
  4. looking for up to 4 people to boost the Tomahawk headshots my gt is - Urban jokez -
  5. I can't believe there's not a thread for this already. Unless I'm missing something obvious, in which case I apologise. It's pretty faithful to the comic books (which is no bad thing) with a few minor changes, which is to be expected for a TV show. Anyone else been watching it?
  6. This has happened to me twice so far. I was riding up in tall trees killing me some sasquatch when some random chick needed my help killing two zombies. She wasn't moving or anything i just figured it out cos a blue dot appeared on my radar. I killed the zombies and she was just standing there with her arms raised up not moving at all, I shot her a few times but nothing happened. I figured that was kinda funny but then this happened again a few minutes ago for my first soul mission or something? Sort of like the wanted posters in the original game. I cleared out all the zombies around a cabin and now I have to take her back to Fort Mercer but now the bitch (Millicent i think) won't move. And she's stuck in mid air. It's pissing me off as I think it counts towards 100%. This happen to anyone else? Also will other missions like these appear or is it absolutely essential for 100%, I saved ages ago and I don't want to have to go through all that again...
  7. http://s1215.photobucket.com/albums/cc502/pyromaniac160x/?action=view&current=dead-rising2-blanca-cowboy.jpg
  8. Call of Duty Black Ops Glitch: Romero stuck in a rock. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZGWKZaSk7q0 Me and my friends were playing and he went down a zip line and spawned in the rock below, he couldn't hurt us!
  9. http://i.imgur.com/8yjag.png -Estimated achievement difficulty: 4/10 (5 or 6 for Hardcore.) -Offline: 36 (850:gsicon:) -Online: 6 (150:gsicon:) -Approximate amount of time to 1000:gsicon:: 15-25+ -Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1 (2 recommended) -Number of missable achievements: 8. Yes a couple that can be missed on the first play through, but obtainable through replay chapter. Antiquarian, Mind the gap, Let There be Light, Don't Stop, Look or Listen, Out of the Frying Pan, Evacuation Plan, Curiosity Killed the Cat. See exact achievement for description. -Do cheat codes disable achievements?: No Cheats! -Does difficulty affect achievements?: Yes, 3 difficulties. Achievements are stackable. -Glitchy achievements: None! Introduction: 500 years ago, Demon Hunter Bryce Boltzmann faced the Demon King Astaroth with his wife and Medium Cypher. In that battle, Astaroth killed Cypher and implanted the Evil Eye in Bryce, making him immortal. This left Bryce stranded with no Medium, no way to kill demons, and no way to die. Today, Bryce continues his struggle with his partner Arcadia as part of the demon hunting organization known as NADA. As events which put the entire human race on the line are set in motion, Bryce finds himself once again facing demons in order to save the world. This time however, one thing is different. This time, he is one of the Never Dead. Step 1: The Single Player Campaign Starting the game on Hardcore is a good way to knock out most all of the achievements in a single run, but if you are not yet used to playing on high difficulties then start on Easy, it can get annoying at times playing on Hardcore. Starting on Easy, you can run through the game focusing on getting XP & getting used the controls & boss fights. Also on your first play through try to go for as many collectibles you can. Refer to The Great Collector & Funky Dunk achievements for more info below. Through your first play through you might want to go for these achievements, as they are tied to specific levels. See achievement guide below for more information on how to get them, listed in order they appear. Explosive Personality Antiquarian Mind the gap Let There be Light Don't Stop, Look or Listen Evacuation Plan Out of the Frying Pan Boulder Dodge Curiosity Killed the Cat (see achievement for more details, this on is tricky & has steps.) Step 2: The Online Multiplayer Best tip for these achievement is to go to the Achievement Thread and message some of the people there to see if they are up for Co-op since the online is pretty much dead. The Completist will take quite a while even with Boosting though as you must beat all Challenges on Normal and Hard. Most all the challenges are better done with just 2 people, except for the Search and Rescue Missions, Hardcore Arena & Arena Onslaught Challenges would have better success with 3 players. Refer to the Guide below for more specific info about each of the Challenges. -If you need Boosting Partners, refer to the Achievement Trading Thread HERE Step 3: Clean Up BY now you should have just about all the story completed and most of the achievements but Big Spender, Funky Dunk, The Great Collector & Antiquarian maybe, if you didn't replay Chapter 2 Museum again. For Big Spender, refer below for details. For Antiquarian, refer below for details. For Funky Dunk, refer below for details. For The Great Collector, refer below for details. Thanks Rep for the custom banner!
  10. Okay this isn't about achievements, I don't know if it should be. But I got Left 4 Dead 2 from Europe (I'm Australian) and it works in my Xbox, but I can't find any versus lobbies. My friend said it would be looking for European lobbies close to me, which we all know isn't going to happen. I want to know if there's any way to fix it?
  11. So I saw a couple of threads about the tailor and what not on here and other forums. I have everything I need for one of the outfit and just need to buy it at the tailor... I know where the tailor is located, that is not a problem but when I went there, there was no one there. Funny thing was, after I did one mission with a "friend" (blue dot on map); it said that one of the shopkepper has been killed. Is that the tailor by any chance? The reason I asked is because all of the other stores have its shopkepper/doctor, etc. I'm not if the tailor would be called "tailor" in the game or a shopkepper..... LoL. Any help would be nice
  12. So I'm about to beat Dead Space on Easy then I'm going to do Medium then Impossible. I have 300 Microsoft Points I don't plan on using and was wondering which DLC(s) should I get? I want to get the Tank Pack but I don't have enought Microsoft Points so If anyone can help that would be awesome.
  13. May 7, 2009 - They may share two of three words in their titles and be labeled as Western-themed games, but it doesn't seem like the upcoming Red Dead Redemption is going to be much like its predecessor, Red Dead Revolver. While the first game (which wasn't actually a Rockstar original but rather a project imported from Capcom and completed internally) was more of a stage-based affair with some mild platforming thrown in, it appears Rockstar is going all out with Redemption. The sequel is going to be set in an open world, which Rockstar claims is one of the largest it has created. Rockstar San Diego is working on the game primarily, but also helping out are parts of Rockstar's GTA team, along with members from Rockstar's Leeds team. Thoughts about how an open world could be meshed with a Western-style game were being exchanged even as Rockstar acquired a few semi-completed levels of Red Dead Revolver, but the company had to wait until the appropriate technology came along to start up production. Redemption is being built on Rockstar San Diego's RAGE (Rockstar Advanced Game Engine), the same one used in titles like Grand Theft Auto IV and Table Tennis. For physics, Rockstar is using some of its own tech combined with Natural Motion's Euphoria, which makes for interesting post-impact character and object model reactions. Debut Trailer - Watch or download the video here (HD available). For this game you won't be playing as Red Harlow, the protagonist of Revolver. Instead, you're John Marston, a former outlaw who's since started a family and given up his previous life of traveling around, looting and causing problems. As the game begins, elements from Marston's past bubble up and force him away from his home and into the wild, where players will be free to move him through the sprawling game world to accept missions, engage in mini-games, ride horses, trains and stagecoaches, hunt wildlife and go on killing sprees. Set around the turn of the 20th Century, a theme throughout the game world will be the encroachment of technology and structured society upon the open frontiers and lawlessness in the territories the game covers, which are broken up into three large sections. Initially you'll start out in what's being called the Frontier, filled with vast plains, broken up by ranges of low mountains and rocky hillocks, with stretches of low brush and desert grasses mixed in with towns of varying sizes and technological development. Next, the main story will direct you toward Mexico, a wilder land painted with more reddish sand which we only saw briefly. Finally, you'll head into the Northern territories for the later stages of the game. Progression across unlocked territories will be somewhat similar to GTA games of the past, meaning you won't be able to ride a horse all the way across the virtual space at the beginning. As for its gameplay, Redemption will still be a third-person action game. You'll get an opportunity to wield a variety of pistols, rifles and shotguns, and we also saw a lasso and a kerosene lamp. It's only Marston you're going to be controlling in this game -- there aren't multiple playable characters for the single-player mode like there were in Revolver. Deadeye mode is still in the game, which slows time around Marston to allow for more accurate shooting, and two levels of it can be unlocked. Initially you'll get a simple, temporary slow-motion mode and then a little later on you'll meet up with a certain non-player character who'll show you a more advanced technique for firing pistols. In the latter mode you can paint multiple targets while the action is slowed. Once you flip back into real-time gameplay, the pistol's bullets are unloaded in rapid succession. http://xbox360media.ign.com/xbox360/image/article/980/980788/red-dead-redemption-20090507020149145-000.jpg It seems four items can be set as active at a time, which in the demo we saw was generally a pistol, a rifle, a knife and then a special item like the lasso or kerosene lamp. Exactly how you manage your inventory wasn't revealed to us, though we were told you won't have a safe house or be able to own property. All Marston's equipped items will show up on his person, so you'll be able to see the lasso tied to his belt and rifle at the ready. For Redemption, Rockstar has decided to implement a regenerative health system, so there'll be no fretting about health packs or anything like that. The edges of the screen will flash red once you're struck and -- as should be familiar to most gamers out there -- if you avoid damage for a short while you'll return to full strength. Once engaged in combat during missions or while wandering around the game world, you'll have a few options aside from simply standing, moving around and shooting. Against any environmental object of reasonable size you'll be able to pop into cover, blind fire, or move slightly out to try to line up a better shot. According to Rockstar, the guns in the game aren't going to be entirely accurate when fired to give them a more realistic feel and the uses and effectiveness of the weapons will differ depending on which model and type you're using. Fighting and using Deadeye while riding a horse is also an option. Obtaining a steed can be done by snagging one from out in the wild and taming it to a degree or buying one from a vendor. The more you ride with a horse, the better it will behave. During battle if your foes happen to be galloping around on a horse, you can take out their ride with a few well aimed shots and -- because of Euphoria -- see an entertaining variety of death animations. During the hands-off demo we saw, the animals tumbled headfirst into the dirt, sending their riders flying. Some would simply slump over while some dismounts were more spectacular. We were told a rider can fall off and get his foot stuck in a stirrup on the way down and be dragged behind the horse if it's still moving forward, though this didn't happen during the demo. It'll also be possible to use the lasso on foot and from horseback for combat, but the animation wasn't finished in the demo so we didn't get to see how it really worked. To navigate the game world you can walk, ride a horse, hop into a horse-drawn stagecoach, or catch a ride on a train. On either the train or stagecoach you can choose to take a nap on the way to a selected destination to speed up the process, which sounds similar to how cabs worked in GTA IV. And if you're worried about being able to catch up to a train, you should know that some of these machines move especially slowly and should be able to be overtaken on horseback. Locating mission givers and other points of interest is made easier through a GTA-style mini-map that sits in a corner of the screen. http://xbox360media.ign.com/xbox360/image/article/980/980788/red-dead-redemption-20090507020141551-000.jpg As far as the ebb and flow of the open world is concerned, the game will feature a full day and night cycle, dynamic weather systems, traffic on roads in the form of single riders, stagecoaches and groups of riders occasionally dragging bodies and blasting bullets into the air. NPCs in town areas will follow day and night routines, so while they sun's out you can find them at work, and at night perhaps they'll head over to the local saloon or elsewhere. While wandering around in the world you'll encounter random NPCs that'll offer you tasks, such as someone by the side of the road who asks for help, though occasionally it might be a decoy. In one instance demoed by Rockstar, a gang of armed bandits emerged from behind a busted wagon after Marston was drawn in by a lady calling for assistance. Continued below.
  14. Achievements - Surviving a map without bleeding out. - A decent amount of headshots in one map. - Killing a Tank without any damage done by it to anyone on the team. - Completing a campaign without using the flashlight at all. - Finishing a map where no members of your team got a demerit. - Vomiting on several Survivors. - Taking out the entire team with a Boomer explosion (and subsequent horde of Infected). - A successful pounce-kill. - Strangling a Survivor - Killing a Survivor with a car as the Tank. - Doing a large amount of damage to multiple Survivors. - Hitting a Survivor with a lunge, and then escaping without taking any damage. - Use a smoke cloud to harass/escape from the Survivors while surviving yourself. - NEW = surviving a level without being hit at all by infected, found in a movie on left 4 dead 411 site. - NEW = take out the tank without help from your teamates, our thanks for finding this achievement to Feel My Rage these achievements have been confirmed on this site: http://forums.steampowered.com/forums/showthread.php?t=535896
  15. Gas Guzzler Quick Achievement Guide Just posted a video on how to get it very quickly. [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ikJOkPR29-8]YouTube- Left 4 Dead 2 Gas Guzzler Achievement. Easy quick way with 10 each time!!! Scavenge Mode[/ame] I couldn't see any guides on this so i just thought id post it. I know its a simple achievement but here's how to get it even quicker than playing multiplayer.
  16. Bennzoor

    Damn Sean

    SO.....While playing Dead Rising (ftw amirite : D) I wanted to kill sean the cult leader to get those damn followers off my back when I go through Paradise Plaza, cept when I go into the room where he's supposed to be, he's never there...am I missing something? Do I have to kill all the followers or should he be there but it's just glitches D: Please help
  17. I was randomly going through achievements trying to fill up my gears 2 list and icy dead people seems to be the hardest one since not alot of my friends play gears 2. Im look for 4 people to complete this with. We will be doing waves 1 - 50 on Under Hill (been told this is the best map) Uk Time zone preffered My Online Gamertag is: Ii x HalfBaked x iI Obviously we wont do all this in one go but prehaps 20 waves a day, also since its double exp atm we will level a couple of times also. Please send me a friend request with a message saying that you read my forum post. Thanx <3<3<3
  18. any ways to easy level with staying inside the first part of the mall without going anywhere? DEAD RISING
  19. Just so everyone here knows, zombies are real. And no, I'm not joking, nor am I talking about "Nazi Zombies" or Resident Evil's freaked up versions. Here's a link, check it for yourself. http://www.webster.edu/~corbetre/haiti/bookreviews/davis1.htm We studied it in my Anthropology course last year. Shamans in Haiti can use a poison powder to slow down your metabolism and heart rate so much that doctors will officially call you "dead". Then, after buried, the shamans or people working for them will go dig them up and "resurrect" them, using small amounts of powder to keep them under control and using the Hatian culture fears to keep them in check and make them do their bidding.
  20. Does anyone know the name of the song the plays when the end credits start rolling?
  21. Hello quick question.. I noticed alot of people posting comments about seeing how far they are in achievements like "Go for the Limbs" a stuff by checking there player stats, but I honestly don't see this option.. I've looked over ever inch of the main menu an dont see a stats thing anywhere. Can somone explain how to do this? Because I'm honostly lost T.T Thanks in advance! ^^
  22. I know this is just a start of the videos but I am continuously working on this walkthrough! The videos are as follows. This thread will be updated as videos are added! Thanks for the support. [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BhpDJpv-HeM]YouTube- Dead Rising TRANSMISSIONARY Walkthrough INTRO[/ame] - INTRO [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YCsSZBC5n9w]YouTube- ‪Dead Rising Transmissionary Walkthrough Part 1‬‎[/ame] - Part 1 [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KM6hrfVe-ZI&feature=related]YouTube- ‪Dead Rising Transmissonary Walkthrough Part 2‬‎[/ame] - Part 2 [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5OpHDOiR9VU&feature=related]YouTube- ‪Dead Rising Transmissonary Walkthrough Part 3‬‎[/ame] - Part 3 [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wpGzxshXjYE&feature=related]YouTube- ‪Dead Rising Transmissonary Walkthrough Part 4‬‎[/ame] -Part 4 [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zxq8X3Ndpd0&feature=related]YouTube- ‪Dead Rising Transmissonary Walkthrough Part 5‬‎[/ame] - Part 5 [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kXk5BLdqNjc&feature=related]YouTube- ‪Dead Rising Transmissonary Walkthrough Part 6‬‎[/ame] - Part 6 [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wJUwvnhGduo]YouTube- ‪Dead Rising Transmissonary Walkthrough Part 7 (FINAL)‬‎[/ame] - Part 7 (FINAL) Please any feed back is welcome, hopefully its constructive! ; ]
  23. [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KvtqINO-whc]YouTube- ‪Dead Rising 2 Achievement List *SPOILERS*‬‎[/ame]
  24. Hey there, i made my account on here a while ago but iv'e recently found out about it, kinda weird but yeah. So this is my sort of introduction Anyways, with Case West coming out soon i was wondering of peoples favorite zombie killing techniques in Dead Rising 2
  25. ok i got this game on the day it came out and when i loaded it up i realized it was on my ach list after 2 hours of play now i cant get the combo weapon ach anyone help?
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