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  1. Copyright/Rights of Use : This guide may not be re-produced outside of xboxachievements.com without written permission by the author. If given permission to use any information from the guide, please supply proper credits to its original poster. If any important information has been left out or if any pertinent resources should be added that have not already been done so, be sure to PM the author of this guide and leave a comment below of any changes needing a fix. Credits: Video by Neg96. Additional resources are as credited. Introduction Hello and welcome to my Need for Speed™ 2015 Prestige Gold Guide! As of April 2016, EA added an additional installment to the game's line of downloadable content, however the developers now ensured that this very installment would be remembered by players - being one of the most difficult challenges in the Need for Speed™ series. The goal of this guide is to break down the entire stack into comprehensible mechanics. This guide will be going over: the best car types and builds to use, all event details will be mentioned, and lastly a full in-depth commentary video guide will be added below for your convenience. Prestige Mode Overview Upon completing the game (100%), players will now unlock the post-story campaign which is known as Prestige Mode. Players will be receiving a phone call from Travis, briefing an intro to the upcoming stack. Prestige Mode is a mode that highlights and features a given range of events seen in the base campaign, however their difficulty has now been increased as a result. These events feature 3 standards of obtainable time benchmarks: the bronze standard, the silver standard and lastly the gold standard. There are a total of 41 events available in the Prestige Mode, however the finale is only unlocked once the prior 40 events in the stack have been completed and passed. There are a total of 8 events in each series; the series are referenced by the main protagonists in the game as well as their associated color category, they are as follows: Spike (Green) Horses For Courses Talking the Torque Turbo Ducking Hungry As A Manticore Torque Of The Town Maniac Or Master? CJ-Tastic Business Or Pleasure? Manu (Yellow) Finding Your Groove Use It Or Lose It Wide And Tight Nocturnable Clamping Down Push Upstairs Japhet's Full Flick Mental Block Amy (Purple) In The Driver's Seat Red Makes It Faster Tanel's Leap Blue Kobra Blitz Stagger Your Swagger A Legend's Wheels Remastered Component Parts Robyn (Blue) Moonlight And Mountains Threading The Needle Fish Out Of Water Ready, Set, Drift Skill Or Eskil? Lock It Down One In Many Chasing Devils Travis (Red) Stanley Shakedown We Go On Three? Go Big Or Go Busted Maximum Attack Nothing To See Here Assume The Position Angels Can't Catch Devils I Am The Law Finale On The Dream Team The courses themselves are associated by two types: Sprint-type events or Drift-type events. Different vehicles are used for the type of event. There are many sub-categories for the 2 main event types offered, they are as follows: Sprint Events Sprint Race A one lap race that has the player racing against NPC rivals. Circuit Race A two lap race that has the player racing against NPC rivals. Time Trial A one lap race exempt of any NPC rivals. Drift Events Drift Contest A drift event that has the player accumulate drift score alongside NPC rivals exempt of any point modifiers. Touge A drift event that has the player accumulate drift score relative to their current position in the pack. The higher the position, the larger the score multiplier. Drift Train A drift event that has the player accumulate drift score while within the pack's boundary. The more rival NPC's grouped together, the larger the score multiplier. Drift Trial An untimed solo drift event that has the player accumulate a set score by the time the finish line is crossed. Gymkhana A solo drift event that features a sprint race-type event alongside a drift trial. The player must obtain a certain score benchmark while also crossing the finish line before the time expires. All events mentioned here are subjected to the 3 medal standards. Sprint event standards are factored in by time while drift event standards are factored in by score. Useful Mechanics and Resources When taking on events, a player can choose to warp to the starting line. Once an event is passed in the stack, the player can simply head over to the displayed marker on the map and choose to fast travel to it. This is a very useful feature when going for multiple attempts in any given event. This section will be covering the vehicles you should use to take on Gold standards for all events. The builds that worked for me will also be listed. Starting off with the Sprint events, the vehicle of choice is the Porsche Carrera RSR (1973) base model. It is very important to note that the base model of this vehicle can outperform any vehicle of the same type won from pinkslips. This vehicle is ideal for maximum topspeed gain on tracks that feature more straight and narrow curved-road segments. It has the highest acceleration and topspeed stats in the game. Over the course of 41 events, I modified and used 3 types of tuning builds on my RSR, they are what I like to call: the "Control", "High Slip" and "Max Slip" builds. The builds are as follows: Porsche Carrera 911 RSR 2.8 (1973) Turbocharger: Elite - TC4 - D - Race "Control Build" I use this build here for the majority of Sprint events. It prioritizes handling of the car and makes it less slippery on the road. As a result, braking is more forceful with this build: Front Tire Pressure -3 Rear Tire Pressure -1 Steer Response -2 Steer Range -3 Braking Drift Assist On Drift Stability Assist On Launch Control On Differential -2 Downforce +2 Brake Strength -3 Brake Bias -2 Tire Traction More (XTREME GRP or lower quality based on playstyle) Handbrake Strength -2 Spring Stiffness +5 Sway Bars +4 Nitrous -5 Manual Gears Off Car Stance Tuning: Ride Height - Height +3 Ride Height - Rake -5 Track Width - Front -5 Track Width - Rear -5 Camber - Front -1 Camber - Rear -1 "High Slip Build" While this build may have a bit of control, it is made for higher slip for timesaves on transitions and drifts. I used this build here for Spike 5 "Torque of the Town" as well as Robyn 3 "Fish Out Of Water". I recognized that the smoother transitions on this build saves a lot of time in the curved segments of these two races. Front Tire Pressure -4 Rear Tire Pressure -4 Steer Response -1 Steer Range +2 Braking Drift Assist On Drift Stability Assist On Launch Control On Differential -2 Downforce +5 Brake Strength +1 Brake Bias -5 Tire Traction Less (XTREME DRFT) Handbrake Strength +2 Spring Stiffness 0 Sway Bars 0 Nitrous -5 Manual Gears Off Car Suspension same "Max Slip Build" This build has little to no handling however makes drifting incredibly slippery as minimal breaking needs to be applied. I used this build specially for Amy 6 "A Legend's Wheels" and the transitions nearing the end saved me a lot of time. Front Tire Pressure -3 Rear Tire Pressure +1 Steer Response -3 Steer Range +5 Braking Drift Assist Off Drift Stability Assist On Launch Control On Differential -3 Downforce +1 Brake Strength +5 Brake Bias -5 Tire Traction Less (XTREME DRFT) Handbrake Strength +5 Spring Stiffness +2 Sway Bars +4 Nitrous -5 Manual Gears Off Car Suspension same
  2. So Many Me Overview: - Estimated achievement difficulty: 6/10 - Offline: 21 [1000:gsicon:] - Online: [] - Approximate amount of time to 1000:gsicon:: 9-10 hours - Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1 - Missable achievements: None (Level select) - Does difficulty affect achievements: No - Unobtainable/glitched achievements: None - Extra equipment needed: None Recognition and Special Thanks: Macktion Lachy Plays Games Mindless Walkthroughs Jamie Palser Introduction: Hello and Welcome to my guide on 'So Many Me'. A 2D platformer/puzzle game which has you follow the adventures of Filo and his many friends who are also, funnily enough, Filo. This is my first guide, so if you have any improvements please let me know. Abbreviated Walkthrough: The ability to replay all levels means there is no way you can miss anything. Overall you will have to do one full playthrough of the story while obtaining all the collectibles and then going back to mop-up. Mop-Up: Once the story is completed, you must obtain all the remaining collectibles which will allow you to obtain all costumes an artifacts. After this you will be able to get any achievements you missed by using level select. Conclusion: So Many me is a challenging platformer, with a rather humorous story. Although it does not take long to get 1000:gsicon:, it will be tough, so keep your cool and have fun! Achievement Guide: http://www.xboxachievements.com/images/achievements/3686/103789-lo.jpg Yes, I'm ME too! 10:gsicon: Acquire the first ME *story related, unmissable* In the tutorial of the game, you will pick up an Arkseed which will get you this achievement. http://www.xboxachievements.com/images/achievements/3686/103790-lo.jpg Jellosaur 10:gsicon: Use the Gene Splicer to create Jellosaur *story related, unmissable* At the beginning of 'Dark Forest V' you will be told how to create the Jellosaur. http://www.xboxachievements.com/images/achievements/3686/103791-lo.jpg My Green Knight 30:gsicon: Rescue a girl *story related, unmissable* In the level 'Dark Forest VIII' you will fight your first boss. After this you will talk to Flora, which will then get you this achievement. http://www.xboxachievements.com/images/achievements/3686/103792-lo.jpg CHUGGA.. CHUGGA 10:gsicon: Meet Woodword *story related, unmissable* 'Woodword' can be found on multiple levels throughout the game. The first time you meet him will be the mission 'Outskirts II'. http://www.xboxachievements.com/images/achievements/3686/103793-lo.jpg You Let Us Down 30:gsicon: Fail your friends *story related, unmissable* After you defeat the boss in 'Outskirts VIII', you will get this achievement. http://www.xboxachievements.com/images/achievements/3686/103794-lo.jpg Vengeance 50:gsicon: Defeat the rival *story related, unmissable* After defeating the boss in 'The Mine VIII', you will get this achievement. http://www.xboxachievements.com/images/achievements/3686/103795-lo.jpg Kill a Bird with So Many Stones 50:gsicon: Defeat a Duffon *story related, unmissable* After defeating the boss in 'Skycraft VIII', you will get this achievement. http://www.xboxachievements.com/images/achievements/3686/103796-lo.jpg In the Fire 10:gsicon: Unlock both gates at Volcano's entrance *story related, unmissable* The two volcano keys are acquired after beating 'The Mine VIII' and 'Skycraft VIII'. Once you have completed these head into the volcano world to unlock this achievement. http://www.xboxachievements.com/images/achievements/3686/103797-lo.jpg Unity 80:gsicon: Acquire every ME This achievement is obtained after collecting all Arkseed collectibles. See Impossible for a collectibles guide. http://www.xboxachievements.com/images/achievements/3686/103798-lo.jpg One Giant Leap for MEkind 15:gsicon: Walk around the moon In the mission 'The Mine I' you will find a moon which can attract plants. Get up to this moon, then once you have landed on it walk all the way around. http://www.xboxachievements.com/images/achievements/3686/103799-lo.jpg Spectrum 15:gsicon: Have 3 different Transmuter Fruits on 3 ME at the same time This achievement is gained in the 'Volcano Gate' level. After seeing the first two sentry guns in the level, you will see three blue, red and yellow Transmuter fruits very close to each other. Collect them all without using them for this achievement. See this video if you require more help: Special thanks to Lachy Plays Games http://www.xboxachievements.com/images/achievements/3686/103800-lo.jpg Save the World 100:gsicon: Finish the game *story related, unmissable* Once you beat the level 'Volcano Depth' and finish the credits, you will unlock this achievement. http://www.xboxachievements.com/images/achievements/3686/103801-lo.jpg Cosplay Champion 80:gsicon: Acquire 42 costumes There are two ways to get costumes: One way is buying them from Kordrof's shop then crafting them with Roktarh (both are unlocked through progression), or by obtaining the Pink Bag collectibles found in most missions and Horizon Ruin. See Impossible for a collectibles guide. http://www.xboxachievements.com/images/achievements/3686/103802-lo.jpg Power of the Ancients 80:gsicon: Craft 10 artifacts Artifacts can be crafted at 'Roktarh's Artifactsmith' (which is unlocked through progression). They are unlocked by: Buying them from Kordof's shop and collecting them in missions. Craft 10 of these and you will get the achievement. See Impossible for a collectibles guide. *Note* Certain artifacts are necessary for completion including Red Baron, Filumina, Chili Powder and Abyss Predator. http://www.xboxachievements.com/images/achievements/3686/103803-lo.jpg Platformer Veteran 80:gsicon: Collect every coin in Chrono Castle Every level in the Chrono Castle has two coins to collect. To unlock all the levels you must collect all of the Arkseeds. See Impossible for a collectibles guide. http://www.xboxachievements.com/images/achievements/3686/103804-lo.jpg Impossible 100:gsicon: Reach 100% completion 100% completion is unlocked by obtaining every collectible, getting every costume and completing the storyline. The links below will show collectibles guides for each of the different worlds. Huge thanks to Macktion who created these guides. Horizon Ruin & Chrono Castle - Dark Forest - Outskirts - The Mine - Skycraft - *Note* The Horizon ruin collectibles require the Red Baron, Filumina, Chili Powder and Abyss Predator artifacts. http://www.xboxachievements.com/images/achievements/3686/103805-lo.jpg Lumos 80:gsicon: Turn on every light in Chrono Castle Once you have the Filumina artifact, you must go into each Chrono Castle level and hold in front of the lights. For further help see this video: Special thanks to Mindless Walkthroughs for this guide. http://www.xboxachievements.com/images/achievements/3686/103806-lo.jpg 1UP 20:gsicon: In the Chrono Castle, Stomp on enemies' head 10 times, without falling or creating a stone block In level 2 of the Chrono Castle towards the end, you will see 5 enemies on small platforms all next to each other. Bounce of their heads a total of 10 times without falling/stopping to get this achievement. For further help please see this video: Special thanks to Jamie Palser for this guide. http://www.xboxachievements.com/images/achievements/3686/103807-lo.jpg Spider Sense 80:gsicon: Finish Chrono Castle XI with both coin bubbles collected In level XI of the Chrono Castle, you must collect both of the coins at the same time (doing them one at a time will not get you the achievement). See Impossible for a collectibles guide. http://www.xboxachievements.com/images/achievements/3686/103808-lo.jpg The One 40:gsicon: Finish Chrono Castle XII without turning on Etherizer This is not too tricky and can be done in a few attempts, just keep calm and take your time. http://www.xboxachievements.com/images/achievements/3686/103809-lo.jpg Dream.Build.Play 30:gsicon: Dream.Build.Play For this achievement, you must have at least 6 Me's with you. Once you have them, equip the following costumes to each individual Me: Lumi, Weapon of choise, A.R.E.S. Helmet, Tetro Me, Ahrah Wielder and Dead Samurai Dishwasher. See Impossible for a collectibles guide.
  3. Please don't delete. I am still working on this guide, I am just finishing the game first so I can write a more effective walkthrough. http://i.imgur.com/OS7rYLE.png Thanks to Mr Chaotix for the awesome banner *Forewarning - If you are looking for a quick and easy 1000:gsicon:, EDF 2025 IS NOT FOR YOU. This game is extremely difficult and will take a large amount of time in order to achieve the full 1000:gsicon: Roadmap Overview Estimated Achievement Difficulty: 10/10(Skill Dependent) Offline: 50 (1000:gsicon:)* Online: 3 (40:gsicon:)* Approximate Amount of Time to 1000: 200+ Hours Minimum Number of Playthroughs Needed: 16 (4 difficulties for each of 4 classes) Number of Missable Achievements: None Glitchy Achievements: None Unobtainable Achievements: None Extra Equipment Needed?: 2nd Controller (if obtaining achievements in splitscreen)/ Xbox Live Gold Membership (if obtaining achievements in online co-op) DLC Achievements?:None *Three achievements (Rescue, Medic, and Super Rescue) can be done in either local split-screen or online co-op play.
  4. Overview: -Estimated Achievement Difficulty: 8/10 -Offline: 0 -Online: 36 (500) -Approximate amount of time to 500:gsicon:: +100 hours - Minimum number of playthroughs needed: N/A -Glitched Achievements: None -Do cheat codes disable achievements: No cheats Warface is an MMO FPS developed by Crytek. The revolves around the Warface army battling the evil Blackwood army. Like most free-to-play games, Warface includes various micro transactions such as in-game currency, premium weapons and armor, and XP boosters. Although these are not required for any achievements, they can help tremendously in speeding up of getting difficult achievements. There are two main game modes in Warface: Co-op and Versus. Co-op finds the player fighting along with up to four others to complete mission to foil Blackwoods evil plans. Each day, there are three difficulties of Co-op missions: regular, skilled, and hardcore. In addition to making the mission harder to complete, the higher the difficulty, the more money and XP you recieve, and the amount of crowns (a special in-game currency only obtainable through completing co-op missions and completing insane contracts) you can potentially earn increases. Versus puts you into two teams, Warface and Blackwood, competing to win a multitude of gamemodes: Free-for-all, Team Deathmatch, Plant the Bomb, and Storm. Free-for-all puts you in a game where everyone is against you and you have one sole purpose, to get the mos points. Points are gained by killing other players and the amount of points earned differs based on killstreak, multi-kills, and method used to kill them. Team Deathmatch is very similar to team deathmatches in other games. Players are split into two teams, Warface and Blackwood. A team wins by obtaining a set amount of kills, or by having the most kills when time runs out. Plant the bomb once again splits players into two teams. One team will start of defending and the other attacking with team roles switching halfway through the game. The objective of the attacking team is to grab the bomb, plant it at one of the two plant sites, and detonate it, thus winning them the round. The objective of the defending team is to prevent the attacking team from planting the bomb, or to defuse a bomb already planted by the attaking team, thus winning them the round. In this game type, once you are killed, you remain dead for the rest of the round, so either team can also win by eliminating all members of the opposing team. Storm once again places the players in two opposing teams, one attacking and one defending, which switches halfway through the game. The objective of the attacking team is to capture all three of the enemies control points (which is done by having your team mates within the boundaries of the control point with no members of the opposing team in the control point), while the defending team has to prevent them from doing so. Similar to the Invasion game type in Halo: Reach, the attacking team starts off by trying to capture the forward most control point. Once this is done, the next control point is unlocked. Once the second control point is unlocked, the final control point is then unlocked. The winner is the team that has captured the most control points after each team takes the role of attacking. Co-op vs. Versus Overall, there are 7 achievements that can only be earned playing Versus, and 8 achievements that can only be obtained playing Co-op. The remaining 21 achievements can be obtained playing either mode. Classes There are four main classes in the game: Rifleman, Medic, Engineer and Sniper. Each class is covered in the classes training session. Currency In game currency is earned from completing games. This currency can be used to buy new equipment from the store, to buy contracts, or to repair your equipment (contracts and repairing equipment is covered below). There is also a special in game currency called crowns that can only be earned through completing Co-op mission and Insane contracts. Crowns can be used to "buy" special crown weapons and armor, as well as crown boxes. The term buy is used loosely as all crown items can only be rented for a relatively short amount of time. Unlocking new equipment Over the course of playing the game, you will be able to unlock better equipment using the vendor. In the vendor, you can select to work towards unlocking either a new weapon, new armor, or new equipment. Once this is selected, progress towards each item is gained through playing games (either Co-op or versus). Once unlocked, the new items can be purchased from the store, and then equipped to a class. Some items can only be used by a certain class, while others can be used by all classes. The classes that can use an item are shown by the icons below the item. Classes that can use the item are white, while classes that are left dark cannot. Contracts Contracts are special challenges that can be purchased, and once completed yield a reward for the player. There are three tiers of contracts, each increasingly difficult, and each promising a better reward when completed. The first two tiers of contracts reward the player in game currency when completed, while the third tier, Insane contracts, reward the player with crowns.
  5. Overview: - Estimated achievement difficulty:2/10 - Offline: 24 [1000:gsicon:] - Online: 0 [0:gsicon:] - Approximate amount of time to 1000:gsicon:: 6-8 hours - Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1 - Missable achievements: None - Does difficulty affect achievements: No - Unobtainable/glitched achievements: None - Extra equipment needed: None Introduction: Welcome to the sadistic circus extravaganza that is.. PENARIUM! Penarium is a challenging 2D arena arcade game created by Team 17, the company most famous for producing the Worms series as well as many others. You play Willy, a lowly farm boy who longs for adventure to escape from his boring farming job. One day, a strange circus comes along, with the Director offering an exciting opportunity. There are three game modes: Campaign in which you follow Willy through 30 levels on his dangerous adventure. In each you will have to complete challenges from smashing barrels to making Body loti-.. I mean Dark Magic Potion. Arcade in which you can play in unlocked arenas, taking on semi-random levels to reach new high scores. You can also purchase cards which act as power-ups. You can unlock higher tiers and therefore more powerful cards by beating levels 10 and 20 in campaign. Finally there is a multiplayer mode similar to arcade, however with a competitive aspect involved. This is the only game mode not essential to any achievements. Abbreviated Walkthrough: While the game has 24 achievements, they are separated into groups requiring you to complete the campaign, get a certain arcade score, die a certain number of times, collect all cards, collecting a minimum amount of coins, and one achievement to be killed by an icicle in mid-air. Step 1: Complete the campaign The first thing you’ll want to do is complete all 30 levels of the campaign. Note that only getting to level 21 is needed for all non-campaign achievements. Step 2: Collecting 5,000 coins in your wallet While you may achieve ‘All your coin are belong to me!’ while attempting ‘Absolutely smashed!’, the tier 3 cards make this much easier. You will need 5625 coins to unlock the suggested cards, so this achievement should come with this. Step 3: Smashing 150 barrels in one arcade game This will require you to get a score of 150 barrels smashed in one arcade game. See ‘Absolutely smashed!’ for a more detailed guide for this. It is important to try and learn all of the traps and their movements to make them easier to dodge. Any trap which can will also go through walls, so remember to always watch for the warning signs that appear when traps are coming through walls. Here are all of the traps order from Hardest (Top) to Easiest (Bottom), and ways to handle them: Homing Missiles – A missile launcher which will sit at the opposite end of the arena from Willy. Can be best avoided by keeping a platform between you and the launcher. Keep in mind you control the launchers position, and therefore can place a platform between the two of you if need be. Yellow Bowling Balls – A dispenser will move randomly at the top of the screen and occasionally drop yellow bowling balls which bounce. These are uncommon, however they are extremely unpredictable. It is best to go under them after their first 2 bounces, then jump over them after that. Razors – A dispenser will move randomly and occasionally shoot small blades which move around platforms, and eventually disappear. Make sure to check where you’re jumping to when these are around, and watch out for the occasional blades which catch you mid-air. Icicle shooter – A dispenser will follow Willy across the arena and shoot icicles. These icicles will stick through platforms and create floor/ceiling hazards which will kill you on impact. Jumping from one side of the arena to the other will put distance between you and the dispenser. Keep in mind these icicles can destroy barrels. Machine gun – A turret will move randomly across the top of the screen and shoot in three directions. These bullet paths are shaky, and stray ones may go in slightly different directions. Try to stand underneath the gun with a platform between the two of you, and keep in mind that bullets travel from one side of the arena to the other. Electric laser – This laser will shoot occasional beams which destroy the platforms they are shot at. Take your time as they are unlikely to destroy every platform, however they may cut off certain barrels. The laser will also hurt you if you jump into it. This trap can also destroy barrels. Red Bowling Balls – A dispenser will move randomly at the top of the screen and occasionally drop red bowling balls which roll along the floor. A ball will continually go in one direction until it falls of the arena. Put distance between you and the dispenser and be mindful. Bees – A beehive will produce a few sets of bees which move to a position, then circle the same pattern until you change the trap. While easy to plan for, sometimes their patterns block certain routes. Dragons – Two dispensers will move in sync across the top/bottom of the screen, one of which will have a dragon head poking out of it. A dragon will leap from one dispenser to the other in an arc with varying height. If you are not in the middle of these dispensers you will not get hit. Also, dragons won’t pass through walls, so jumping to the other side where the dragons head started as it jumps will also keep you safe. Turret Fireworks – Similar to the Machine Gun, a turret will move to the opposite side of the arena from Willy, across the top of the screen and shoot explosives in three directions. These are much easier to dodge as they are far less frequent. A variant of this trap causes the fireworks to move very slowly and more frequently. The same method of putting a platform between you and the turret works well. Crusher – Two walls will block the sides of the arena, and every few seconds will slam inwards. Standing in the middle is the only way to avoid this trap. Beam laser – A laser will appear and you will see directional arrows appear showing which way it will move. The laser will then constantly move in that direction and fire. Running away is the only way to avoid this. Blocker – Similar to the crusher, two walls will block the sides of the arena, however they don’t move. Not hard to deal with, but can be frustrating when paired with traps like dragons or homing missiles. Fireworks on top and/or bottom – A series of dispensers will appear and every few seconds shoot fireworks. Putting a platform between you and the traps is best. If you watch the dispensers you will also see not all of them fill up every time, meaning other safe spaces are available. Water guns – Three guns will appear, and take turns shooting water which runs off the arena. These don’t cause too much hassle, just movement restriction which is easily overcome. Be careful when paired with razors/icicle shooters, as the water conceals the platform bound objects. Water – A body of water will appear at the bottom of the screen. You can pass through it up to a point that a bubble surrounding Willy disappears. Make sure to keep getting air by jumping out of the water. Birds – A bird cage will appear and produce birds which pick up barrels and fly them around a set pattern. None-lethal, and sometimes helpful if you can find a safe spot which the accompanying trap cannot hit you in, as the birds bring the barrels to you.
  6. Overview: - Estimated achievement difficulty:4/10 - Offline: 11 [1000:gsicon:] - Online: 0 [0:gsicon:] - Approximate amount of time to 1000:gsicon:: 8-10 Hours - Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1 - Missable achievements: None - Does difficulty affect achievements: No - Unobtainable/glitched achievements: None - Extra equipment needed: None, but an extra player is advised Note: Only the host of the game will unlock progression based achievements, meaning extra players will not unlock ‘All the Trimmings’ or ‘Hero of Thyme’. Introduction: Welcome to Overcooked, a chaotic couch co-op cooking game for 1-4 players. You and your fellow chefs have been tasked with stopping The Ever Peckish Beast, an insatiable Italian favourite, by feeding it different meals to save the Onion Kingdom. You and your friends, along with the Onion King travel back in time to hone your skills until the Beast’s arrival. Be aware this game does contain a 1:gsicon: achievement which is easy to obtain, and a 199:gsicon: achievement which requires game completion. If you are bothered by this, make sure you’re ready for the long haul. You can play multiplayer with a second controller, or you can select Controller Split Settings from the Options menu and assign two player to both halves of one controller, allowing you to play multiplayer. Abbreviated Walkthrough: To obtain the 1000:gsicon: for this game you will need to get 3 stars in every level, play one level of multiplayer, and put out one kitchen fire. The game contains 30 levels in total, 28 score based and 2 story based. Story based missions give 3 stars upon completion, while score based levels require you to get a certain amount of points to meet the three star rating. Whilst there are no multiplayer achievements, having an extra player can help, as certain levels are easier to complete with others. Mop-Up: Once you have completed the single player campaign and got 3 stars, there will be 2 achievements left to obtain. The first is ‘Overcooked’ which you will most likely obtain anyway, and the second is ‘Does not play well with others’ which requires you to play a Versus match, and either play on one split controller, two different controllers, or with a friend. Conclusion: Overcooked is fun to play, fast paced and great with friends. You’ll definitely want to give this game a go if you and your friends enjoy blaming each other for unwashed dishes. Keep in mind that if you’re going for the full 1000:gsicon: then it is not an easy task, especially alone, as some levels require almost perfect runs. Because of this, having another player is advised as it halves your workload. Achievement Guide: http://www.xboxachievements.com/images/achievements/1534/119855-lo.jpg All the Trimmings 199:gsicon: Be awarded three stars in every kitchen To earn 3 stars in a kitchen you must gain a certain number of tips per level. The tips tend to vary on difficulty, so expect lower requirements to be on harder levels. The amount of stars needed is also affected by the amount of players in the game, with more players increasing the amount of points you need. If you are struggling on a level with co-op, it may be a good idea to try and complete the level single-player for reduced tips. Alternatively if a level is not working for you single-player, you could try using a split controller or with another player as sometimes the requirement may go up by as little as 10. A few tips: - Start the level and find out what the gimmick is. See if tables move, look for where items/appliances are and make a plan. Going in blind will almost always make things harder. - Make sure to alter your screen size so you can see the bars above recipes. These tell you how long until you will get a point reduction (when the bar empties) and how many tips you will get (how full the bar is). - If you know a meal is going to give you a reduction, move on to the next meal, as the failed meal will have its timer reset. It is much better to complete the next meal and come back to the failed meal, rather than getting another reduction. - If you are playing single-player, you can give one chef an action (chopping, cleaning etc.) and switch to your other chef, and the original chef will continue to perform the action. - Press to do a dash, this will make moving around much quicker. - Prioritise and hand out jobs, there shouldn’t be too much time where you are standing still. Make sure each chef has a job to do and don’t be afraid to help another chef if one is struggling and the other has nothing to do. Also remember what’s important to serve, a meal is useless without a clean plate. http://www.xboxachievements.com/images/achievements/1534/119856-lo.jpg Hero of Thyme 150:gsicon: Complete Overcooked and save the Onion Kingdom! Once you complete the final level ‘!!!’ and defeat The Beast, you will unlock this achievement. http://www.xboxachievements.com/images/achievements/1534/119858-lo.jpg The Pieces I Ate (sorry) 60:gsicon: Complete a kitchen on a pirate ship The first level on a pirate ship is level 1-3. Complete this level and you will unlock this achievement. http://www.xboxachievements.com/images/achievements/1534/119859-lo.jpg Out of this world 150:gsicon: Complete a kitchen in low earth orbit The first level in low earth orbit is level 5-1. Complete this level and you will unlock this achievement. http://www.xboxachievements.com/images/achievements/1534/119861-lo.jpg Best Served Cold 60:gsicon: Complete a kitchen in the Arctic The first level in the arctic is level 3-1. Complete this level and you will unlock this achievement http://www.xboxachievements.com/images/achievements/1534/119863-lo.jpg Does not play well with others 60:gsicon: Complete a kitchen in versus mode Versus mode is a multiplayer mode in which 2 players compete to get the most tips. Select Versus from the main menu, play through the whole match either split on one controller or with a second controller, and you will unlock this achievement. http://www.xboxachievements.com/images/achievements/1534/119864-lo.jpg Overcooked 50:gsicon: Extinguish a burning kitchen When you cook food either by boiling, frying or baking, a bar appears under the food to tell you when it is cooked. Leaving the food after the bar is filled will cause a flashing warning sign to appear which if unattended, will cause a fire. Allow a fire to start, pick up the fire extinguisher which can be found on a counter on every level, hold facing the fire to extinguish it, and you will unlock this achievement. http://www.xboxachievements.com/images/achievements/1534/119854-lo.jpg Lettuce Begin 1:gsicon: Deliver a recipe to the Great and Terrifying Ever Peckish As you start the game, in the tutorial you will be asked to feed a salad to the Ever Peckish. Once you give it it's first meal you will unlock this achievement. http://www.xboxachievements.com/images/achievements/1534/119857-lo.jpg Kitchen Nightmares 60:gsicon: Complete a kitchen in the haunted forest The first level in the haunted forest is level 4-1. Complete this level and you will unlock this achievement. http://www.xboxachievements.com/images/achievements/1534/119860-lo.jpg Chef Flambe 150:gsicon: Complete a kitchen of the underworld The first level of the underworld is level 5-2. Complete this level and you will unlock this achievement. http://www.xboxachievements.com/images/achievements/1534/119862-lo.jpg Meals on Wheels 60:gsicon: Complete a kitchen on the road The first level on the road is level 2-1. Complete this level and you will unlock this achievement.
  7. Overview: - Estimated achievement difficulty:4/10 - Offline: 17 [1000:gsicon:] - Online: 0 [0:gsicon:] - Approximate amount of time to 1000:gsicon:: 9-10 Hours - Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1 - Missable achievements: None (Level Select) - Does difficulty affect achievements: No - Unobtainable/glitched achievements: None - Extra equipment needed: None Introduction: Good morning dream team. Now, there’s not much time to explain, but if I’m not elected Mayor on the 22nd of this month, the world will end in catastrophe! Welcome to Not a Hero: Super Snazzy Edition, a 2.25D pixelated third person shooter which follows the adventures of Bunnylord, a time travelling purple bunny who must be elected before the world ends in catastrophe. You play one of the members of Bunnylord’s Fun Club, who have taken up arms to help Bunnylord in his mission. You will help him to take down three major crime lords in the main 21 mission campaign, and then tie up some loose ends in the new Me, Myself & Bunnylord campaign (MMB). Not a Hero is delightful cover based fun, with good humour and challenging gameplay. Will you help Bunnylord become the Mayor? Or will you go above and beyond to nab him the title of Global Megalord! Abbreviated Walkthrough: Step 1: Main campaign You’ll want to start by beating the main 21 campaign missions, completing every challenge in every level. These challenges must all be beaten in a single mission attempt, and doing them separately will not count. Doing this will unlock 490:gsicon:. Step 2: Me, Myself & Bunnylord campaign Next you’ll want to complete the three MMB levels completing every challenge in every level. Once again every challenge must be beaten in a single mission attempt. This will unlock 200:gsicon: Step 3: Mop-up To finish, you will want to grind for the execution and critical hit achievements, complete the level specific achievements for the MMB campaign, and find the 3 secret doors hidden in the main campaign. This will unlock the final 310:gsicon: Conclusion: Not a Hero is extremely fun to play. The essence of a third person shooter stripped to it’s bare minimum makes for mindless fun. Although some levels are particularly difficult, especially when going for all challenges, they are easily overcome with practice and careful planning. Have fun, and when you’re done killing everyone like an astounding Oak Tree of sexy vengeance, we’ll meet at Aunt Ruby’s for a milkshake. Many thanks to superbuu3 and The Hidden Levels for the guides used. Achievement Guide: http://www.xboxachievements.com/images/achievements/3914/116350-lo.jpg KEY TO THE CITY 60:gsicon: MAKE BUNNYLORD MAYOR OF ENGLAND This achievement is unlocked by beating all 21 levels of the campaign. The secret levels, MMB levels and challenges are not required. See ‘MEGALORD’ for a campaign guide. http://www.xboxachievements.com/images/achievements/3914/116351-lo.jpg HEAD OF STATE 70:gsicon: MAKE BUNNYLORD PRIMINISTER This achievement is unlocked by beating all 21 levels of the campaign, with at least 1 challenge completed in every level. The secret levels and MMB levels not required. See ‘MEGALORD’ for a campaign guide. http://www.xboxachievements.com/images/achievements/3914/116352-lo.jpg I'M THE KING 80:gsicon: MAKE BUNNYLORD KING OF BRITAIN This achievement is unlocked by beating all 21 levels of the campaign, with at least 2 challenge completed in every level. The secret levels and MMB levels not required. Each set of 2 challenges must be completed in one mission attempt, not multple. See ‘MEGALORD’ for a campaign guide. http://www.xboxachievements.com/images/achievements/3914/116353-lo.jpg MEGALORD 130:gsicon: MAKE BUNNYLORD GLOBAL MEGALORD This achievement is unlocked by beating all 21 levels of the campaign, with all challenges completed in every level. The secret levels and MMB levels are no required. You must complete every challenge in one mission attempt, not multiple. The challenges are split into different types, the main being: Complete the mission/reach objectives in a certain amount of time, get collectibles and kill in certain ways. I suggest using Steve for the first few mission as his accuracy makes things easier, then changing to Mike once unlocked, as his silent executions make stealth an option, which can help in crowded areas. Try different characters however, as they may suit your playstyle better. Here are video guides for the main campaign levels by superbuu3 Level 1: Level 2: Level 3: Level 4: Level 5: Level 6: Level 7: Level 8: Level 9: Level 10: Level 11: Level 12: Level 13: Level 14: Level 15: Level 16: Level 17: Level 18: Level 19: Level 20: Level 21:
  8. Party Hard Overview: - Estimated achievement difficulty:4/10 - Offline: 26 [1000:gsicon:] - Online: [] - Approximate amount of time to 1000:gsicon:: 12-13 hours - Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1 - Missable achievements: 0 (Level Select) - Does difficulty affect achievements: No - Unobtainable/glitched achievements: 1 'Lol, Really?' - Extra equipment needed: None Special thanks to 'The Hidden Levels' for his achievement guides. Introduction: Welcome to Party Hard, a top-down pixelated slasher in which you murder 100s of rowdy party goers in your quest to get a good night sleep. You will play through 12 levels (the 7 bonus levels are not achievement related) attempting to murder all the people at a specific party, while avoiding capture. Abbreviated Walkthrough: First you will want to play through each level. You will most likely unlock quite a few achievements along the way, leaving you with a few miscellaneous achievements and a few grinding achievements. Be patient, and most levels shouldn't take you much longer than 20-30 minutes. Things to note: Each level once started has a random layout. This means that certain traps, items etc. may not always appear. If something I have mentioned doesn't appear, quit the level and start again, which should cause a new layout to spawn. While avoiding police and FBI agents is obvious, you should also watch out for bouncers who will appear in most levels. They can be spotted by their black clothing and sunglasses, and they will beat you up if they spot you. Dispose of them quickly with traps, or by stabbing them in the back. A man in a black coat has a chance to spawn in each level. You will spot him as when he stands still, he will open his coat revealing a multiple items. Walking up to him and pressing will give you a random item. He will continue to do this every few minutes, until he is either killed or alarmed by a body. This man counts as a victim, and must be killed to complete the level. Mop-Up: After you've finished the main story, you can use level select to finish of any achievements you have left. The 'Clubber' and 'Lol, Really?' achievements are the only ones which are different, as they require you to quit in and out of the game, and obtain all other achievements respectively. Conclusion: Party Hard is a lot of fun to play. While the game itself is not too challenging, it can be frustrating if you are impatient and reckless. If you keep calm, you'll have your 1000:giscon: in no time at all. Enjoy! And happy slashing. Achievement Guide: http://www.xboxachievements.com/images/achievements/1442/114986-lo.jpg Start Party Hard 25:gsicon: Start Party Hard Simply start the first level of the game, 'BBQ Party', and the achievement will unlock. http://www.xboxachievements.com/images/achievements/1442/114987-lo.jpg Clubber 50:gsicon: Play Party Hard 100 times This achievement will probably take you the longest amount of time, as it can be up to a 100 minute grind. To progress with this achievement, you must start Party Hard, start any of the levels, perform an action (move, stab, anything that means you actually do something), close the game down (you can do this by pressing the home button, , then selecting 'Quit') and reloading the game. Rinse and repeat this method 100 times and you will get your achievement. http://www.xboxachievements.com/images/achievements/1442/114988-lo.jpg Butcher 50:gsicon: Kill 1000 people By the end of the game you will be quite close to getting this achievement. To obtain the rest of these kills, the best level is level 4: 'Neon Top Party'. By using the 'Break Dance Floor' and 'Start the Engine' traps (located at the bottom right of the dance floor and by the Golf cart respectively) you can expect to get between 30-40 kills within 15 seconds. Once you've done that, restart the level, and rinse and repeat until you unlock the achievement. http://www.xboxachievements.com/images/achievements/1442/114989-lo.jpg Wait, It Will Be Fun 25:gsicon: Use traps 50 times Traps are located throughout each of the different levels. They come in many different forms such as sabotaging electrical equipment, poisoning food, and scaring horses to kick people. Holding down will show all the traps in a level, highlighted by the crosshairs floating over them. If you still don't have this by the end of the game, simply start level 4: 'Neon Top Party', activate the dance floor trap which should get you 25-30 kills, and repeat this until you unlock the achievement. http://www.xboxachievements.com/images/achievements/1442/114990-lo.jpg Garbage Collector 25:gsicon: Hide 50 bodies Bodies may be hidden a variety of ways, such as in dumpsters, coolers, sewers, and many other places. Holding will highlight these on the map as trash cans floating above them. Also, certain levels have objects which double as traps and body disposers. These include rooftop edges in the rooftop levels, fans in rooftop levels, and a tree cutter in level 8, amongst others. When using these, you must stab the person, then dispose of them as it won't count as hiding a body. The best place to grind this is level 4: 'Neon Top Party'. The room on the right has a roof edge you can throw people off, and a fan you can use once, and a lot of people fall asleep in that area, allowing you to get some easy kills. Do this 50 times and you will unlock your achievement. http://www.xboxachievements.com/images/achievements/1442/114991-lo.jpg Engineer 50:gsicon: Pass level without traps 3 times This achievement is quite difficult to get in most levels except for one. Level 7: 'Party Bus', has you in a small area with no telephones meaning nobody to call the police. On the far right, you will see a suitcase which you can obtain an item from. This will most likely be some sort of bomb, use this to kill most of the people on the bus, and then clean up the stragglers. Do this 3 times, and the achievement will unlock. http://www.xboxachievements.com/images/achievements/1442/114992-lo.jpg Murderer 25:gsicon: Kill 10 people in a row *See 'Hellhound' for this achievement* http://www.xboxachievements.com/images/achievements/1442/114993-lo.jpg Slayer 50:gsicon: Kill 15 people in row *See 'Hellhound' for this achievement* http://www.xboxachievements.com/images/achievements/1442/114994-lo.jpg Hellhound 50:gsicon: Kill 20 people in row In level 4: 'Neon Top Party', there are around 20-30 people on the large dance floor. On the bottom right of this dance floor is an electric box. Walk over to this, activate it using , and you will likely get this achievement. If you are struggling to get this, go up to the trap near the DJ which will allow you to 'Start a Conga'. This will cause a bunch of people to line up and they will eventually walk over the dance floor, giving you more potential victims. http://www.xboxachievements.com/images/achievements/1442/114995-lo.jpg Chase breakers 50:gsicon: Escape cop 5 times This achievement description is misleading, as it fails to mention that you must do 5 escapes all in one level. This is best done in level 3: 'Casino Party'. In the top right room filled with money, there is a suitcase which will contain an item, you will want to restart the level until it drops the 'Spare Clothes' item, as using this will stop the police from chasing you, and is good for getting away if they are too close. You can get the police to try and arrest you by being seen while killing someone: You will know if they are after you if you see a pair of handcuffs above your head. A video showing a good method for this is here: http://www.xboxachievements.com/images/achievements/1442/114996-lo.jpg Unbowed 50:gsicon: Die 100 times To progress towards this achievement, you must specifically die, not just fail the level. You will know when you have done this when the word 'Dead' appears on your screen and you're given the option to restart. This is best done by using the traps around the map on yourself. On level 4: 'Neon Top Party', you can use the dance floor trap and then walk onto the dance floor which will cause you to die instantly. Rinse and repeat this 100 times for your achievement.
  9. At this moment we only have guides and roadmaps as being part of the guide writers guild. How about we expand that and add community blogs to it? This would increase the amount of community blogs we have now and we get to know more about the members of this site. Also, the term "active writer" was used before and I believe that creating a well written, meaningful blog with additional content like pictures is a good start for a writer. The blog of course would have to be updated to keep the "active writer" term active. A member of the guide writers guild could create a meaningful community blog and it could extend membership for the guild. The amount of time would be determined by the person/group running it. As long as the blog is updated with fresh new content and has approval by the person/group. One idea how this could work is that a person has to be already in the guide writers guild for his/her community blog to be accounted for. A guide writers guild member who has a community blog might have his/her blog in the exclusive guide writers guild only thread. If there was a "Guide Writers Guild" forum on the site then members of the guild can go to it and see various guides, roadmaps, community blogs, etc that other guild members have created. Perhaps even threads on tips on writing certain topics would be helpful. This could be one of the "exclusive" things that was mentioned before for guild members. For members of this site to become inspired to start writing then "we" the community can show them how. From the statement, "lets increase our writer pool for the betterness of the site!", (from the thread, "Introducing the Guide Writer's Guild".) This shows that people want the number of writers to increase and to make the site richer and fuller. I believe that at least one of the previous ideas mentioned above could benefit the community and the site as a whole.
  10. Just to know if there will be created a specific forum for this DLC so we can make the achievement guide and roadmap. I´ve just finished it and am willing to help if needed. Just tell me where to poast.
  11. Wandersong Overview: - Estimated achievement difficulty: 2/10 [Achievement Difficulty Rating] - Offline: 20 [1000] - Online: 0[] - Approximate amount of time to 1000: 1-2 Hours[Estimated Time to 100%] - Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1 - Missable achievements: None - Does difficulty affect achievements: N/A - Unobtainable/glitched achievements: None - Do cheats disable achievements?: No - Extra equipment needed: N/A Introduction: Welcome to Wandersong a charming musical adventure game where you play as a bard who uses singing to save the world. Whilst a full play through could take some time there is a level select cheat that allows you to skip to only the chapters relevant to achievements making it a very quick completion. Abbreviated Walkthrough: All of the achievements are secret so the guide includes the post unlocked descriptions to help you along a bit however most of them are also story related and can't be missed. A single playthrough of the game should enable you to get all achievements however if it is the quick completion you are after then it is recommended that you use the level select cheat and just skip to the relevant chapters for the achievements. As soon as you have control of your player, press then select "Credits" while viewing the credits enter the following code using the left thumbstick (Left, Right, LB, RB, Up, Up, Down, Left, RB, A), this will replace the credits option in the pause menu with scene select. The following scenes are required for the achievements. Scene 8 - "Defeated the Troll" Scene 18 - "Scourge of the Ruins" Scene 22 - "Bolt from the Blue" Scene 23 - All the miscellaneous none story achievements involving Jumping, Lightening and reflecting attacks Scene 24 - "Hurricane" Scene 29 - "Out of Order" Scene 43 - "Blot Out the Sun", "Dark Side of the Moon" & "Two-fer" Scene 51 - "Heartbreaker" Scene 53 - "Broken Dreams", "Bard Kicker!" & "The End" Conclusion: Overall Wandersong is a really simple game and quick completion especially if using the level select cheats, but still quite enjoyable at times.
  12. Wipeout: In the Zone Achievement Guide and Roadmap Overview: - Estimated achievement difficulty: 3/10, Episode 9 Gold 6/10 - Offline 44 (1000) - Online 0 - Approximate amount of time to 1000: 10-15 hours (depends on your skill level) - Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1 + Episode Replays - Are there any achievements that can be missed? Yes but with Episode Replays and Practice Mode you should be able to get them easy - Glitched achievements? None yet Introduction: Alright, welcome to Wipeout: In the Zone for the Xbox 360 Kinect! This game is simple enough to net a lot of gamerscore in a minimum amount of time while at the same time not being totally boring! This is my first guide I’ve ever written, so feedback will be nice. Also, keep a towel and lots of water nearby while you play because this can be a very tiring game. Step 1- Episode Playthrough: Most episodes will be locked in the beginning of the game, so start at Episode 1 and play it until you get a runtime of under 4 minutes. (I know Episode 1 Gold achievement says you only have to beat the episode under 4 and ½ minutes, but if you are going for the Ahead of the Curve and Way Ahead of the Curve achievements, then shoot for 4 minutes.) Beating episodes will unlock more episodes so keep progressing making sure to study the courses if you are having trouble with time. They do get harder as you go along, so don’t get frustrated, this game requires some patience. Also make sure to play as Jill Wagner for Episode 9 so you can get the Model Behavior achievement. During this playthrough, many other achievements will unlock without you even trying, so just soak them up and enjoy the rain of gamerscore that will accompany you as you play. Step 2- Practice Mode: Most of the non-multiplayer achievements that you didn’t get during the regular gameplay can be mopped up in this mode as well as the Practice Makes… achievements. Step 3- Multiplayer Mode: In this section, you will get achievements like Nemeses and You Hit a Girl?!? by going to the multiplayer section and setting the game up to the achievement specific settings. You can do this with other people, but it can also just be by yourself being every character. Step 4: Mop Up/ Avatar Awards: Any achievements you missed can be cleaned up right now and then, you will have a nice and cool 1000 gamerscore points to be happy about. Also, if you want the avatar awards for this game, go to the start up screen of this game and have a controller turned on. Type in the following codes to get the three awards (use the D-pad for these): LEFT, B, DOWN, Y, A, B, RIGHT, UP (Wipeout Life Jacket both male and female) Y, A, B, UP, DOWN, LEFT, Y, RIGHT (Wipeout Safety Helmet) Just type in those two codes and you have 3 new things for your avatar. Now wipe off the sweat and take a breather because you deserve these points and awards! Thanks to DirtyLittleSith, monlienNH3, Sternbam11, mast3r 0r0m1s, and NBA Kirkland for help with this! Achievements!!! http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/achievements/1855/5-3JCew=.jpgEpisode 1 Gold: For this achievement you have to make it through the first course with a time of 4:30 which shouldn’t be too much of a problem since I got it on my first try without really trying. http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/achievements/1855/5-wp8X8=.jpgEpisode 2 Gold: All of these achievements require you to beat a certain episode within a time limit. Some are incredibly easy while the later few might cause you a bit of trouble. Just get to know the courses and sooner or later you will get all of these achievements. However, if you are going for the Way Ahead of the Curve achievement, make sure that you keep your time for each episode under 4:00. http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/achievements/1855/5-8O5XE=.jpgEpisode 3 Gold: Refer to Episode 2 Gold http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/achievements/1855/5-7uHeI=.jpgEpisode 4 Gold: Refer to Episode 2 Gold http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/achievements/1855/5-1Q8CM=.jpgEpisode 5 Gold: Refer to Episode 2 Gold http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/achievements/1855/5-9x+ZY=.jpgEpisode 6 Gold: Refer to Episode 2 Gold http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/achievements/1855/5-6RAQU=.jpgEpisode 7 Gold: Refer to Episode 2 Gold http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/achievements/1855/5-sz6vw=.jpgEpisode 8 Gold: Refer to Episode 2 Gold http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/achievements/1855/5-rTEm8=.jpgEpisode 9 Gold: Refer to Episode 2 Gold http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/achievements/1855/5-sggpY=.jpgSyndication: See Primetime Special http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/achievements/1855/5-rAegU=.jpgSummer Hit: See Primetime Special http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/achievements/1855/5-jhc7A=.jpgPrimetime Special: For these achievements there are a total of 3 Episodes for each difficulty. Go to Single Player than Easy and start off at Episode 1 and finish that one and go to Episode 2, then 3 and so on. Every third episode you complete, an achievement will pop. http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/achievements/1855/5-4I+Mo=.jpgAhead of the Curve: See Way Ahead of the Curve http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/achievements/1855/5--oAFk=.jpgWay Ahead of the Curve: To get this achievement, you have to beat every episode with an average time of 4:00. (Not sure if some episodes can be over 4 minutes and some under 4 minutes and then the average time of all the episodes comes out to under 4 minutes each, but for now let’s assume 4 minutes for each.) For the Episode X Gold achievements you have to beat certain levels within a certain time period anyway, so this achievement will be made easier if you are going for those achievements as well. http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/achievements/1855/5-i0OJQ=.jpgThe Moonwalk: This one is easier than most people think. When you start the Episode, walk down the ramp and before you hit the first obstacle stop and start backpedaling all the way up the ramp again, you’re going to hit the end but don’t stop until the achievement pops. (To backpedal you have to hold your arms straight out like when you have to stop but hold it and your character will start backing up.) http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/achievements/1855/5-pz1Ak=.jpgCardio Workout: Again, another achievement that I tried over and over again to no avail. An easy way to do this one is go to practice mode and pick tryouts. Then pick the Wipeout Zone tryout. During the course, you will come to a part with a motionless sweeper near the end of a treadmill that you are supposed to duck under. Instead of ducking, run on the treadmill. Your avatar will run in place against the sweeper. Run here for 45 seconds without stopping and achievement unlocked (25G). If your avatar starts walking, the 45 seconds starts over. http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/achievements/1855/5-hh5KA=.jpgModel Behavior: You unlock Jill at the end of Episode 8, so when you go to do Episode 9, choose her as your character and near the end of the episode you will get a Mimic Board to do. Simply pass it and the achievement is yours. http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/achievements/1855/5-uqEzM=.jpgEpic Fail: Play a Wipeout Zone section where you deliberately wipeout at every single obstacle and keep going until the zone is over. This can be done in regular play, or just in a normal practice. http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/achievements/1855/5-pK66A=.jpgEpic Win: This achievement can be tough, especially with the kinect as it isn’t always 100% accurate, but make sure to study either Episode 7, 8, or 9 and know the layout of them. This will make things a lot easier on you. (Personally I find Episode 7 is the easiest to get this achievement on.) http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/achievements/1855/5-hr4hU=.jpgPractice Makes Perfect: Simple, just start up any Wipeout Zone section in the Practice section of the game and finish it, then repeat the same section 4 more times for an easy 16 gamerscore points. http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/achievements/1855/5-mLGoY=.jpgPractice Makes Better: Like the other to Practice Makes… achievements, simply select either a Bruiseball or Wipealot in the Practice section of the game, then complete that course 4 times. http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/achievements/1855/5-594pg=.jpgPractice Makes Good: Again, go to the Practice section of the game, select any Qualifier course, then finish and repeat the course until the achievement unlocks (3 times should do the trick.) http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/achievements/1855/5-n+ANQ=.jpgYou Da Man: Set up a multiplayer game as 4 human characters, one being male and the rest female. Now make sure that your male character completes the episode with the best time and the achievement is yours. http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/achievements/1855/5-vfCWE=.jpgGirl Power: Just like the You Da Man achievement, except switch the genders. Set up a multiplayer game as 4 human characters, one being female and the rest male. Now Make sure that your female character completes the episode with the best time and the achievement is yours.
  13. Overview - Estimated achievement difficulty: 6/10 (Depends on skill level, Expert Guitar and Hard Drums are needed) - Offline: 49 (990) - Online: 1 (10) - Approximate amount of time to 1000: 35+ hours - Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 2 Quest Runs - Number of Missable Achievements: None - Do cheat codes disable achievements: Yes - Does difficulty affect achievements: Yes - Glitchy Achievements: None - Unobtainable Achievements: None - Extra equipment needed?: Yes, the required instruments ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Introduction Guitar hero: Warriors Of Rock is really a entertaining game. With it being the last guitar hero that Neversoft is going to be creating, They went out if a bang. To the achievements really are not to difficult if you mastered Expert drums and guitar. This is a road map, I hope it helps! Step 1 Step 1 is very easy. Complete the story! Any difficulty,any instrument. All you have to do is play enough songs in each set to earn what I will call stars. When you earn enough stars then you unlock the encore then just complete that and move on the the next character. There are 8 characters in all. Step 2 Next next achievement might seem hard and difficult but you can still do ANY difficulty and instrument. All you have to do is dominate each quest after completely clearing the story mode. To do this, earn 40 stars on every song in quest mode. Having trouble on a song? switch to hard,medium,easy and even for those tricky songs, Beginner! Final step-Random achievements I will list out the steps to getting these random achievements that you might not have yet. Tracker of deeds- Simple. At main menu select X and scroll down until you see a challenge that lets you select A on it. click A and it will bring you to quick play. back out and do it multiple times Anthemic archivist- You must download 22 songs. either buy and download or just download songs from GHTunes. Even import songs from past guitar heros. Choice is yours Champion Of Challenges- Select a song, then power challenge, then find your instrument and select the high score challenge. Scroll to bottom and beat that score. Self improverPretty self explanatory. Play a song that you did not to great on,Power challenge it, select YOUR score and beat it. Ultimate answer this one is pretty hard. To get this achievement you need to complete all 5 sets of challenges (Guitar, Bass, Drums, Vocals and Band) to 1 song. On top of that you also need to 6 star the song at least once, you get 6 stars by Full Comboing it (100% notes hit with no over strums). Currently the easiest known song to get this on is "Bleed It Out" by Linkin Park. It has 3 Guitar Chalenges, 2 Bass, 2 Drums, 2 Vocals and 3 Band. Unfortunately you will need expert skills on all instruments to complete the challenges, but luckily it is one of the easiest all round songs. You will just have to keep practising at all challenges and hope they unlock. If you need to find a Band to play with for the Band Challenges use the Achievement Trading Thread. The easiest singing song is Bodies-drowning pool Note: 1 of the Band Challenges requires all instruments used to be different. You should do just fine on this game. Im not gonna go through every little achievement because this is a roadmap, not guide. Good luck guys! its a great game
  14. Hi All Just thought I would start a thread so we can all put in our comments and tips to start a guide for the achievement completion on this game? I have ordered the game so should start playing it very soon, when I have I can obviously start contributing to the guide. I know these games are not too popular, but nevertheless this is why we all use this site! So please feel free, all you lot who have got some achievement already, just stick a few lines on how and where you gained the achivements! Cheers Guys
  15. CREDIT: BoomerCE Overview - Estimated achievement difficulty: 1/10 - Offline: 4/4 (50) - Online: 0 (0) - Approximate amount of time to 50:gsicon:: 10 minutes (Luck & Skill based) - Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 4 - Number of missable achievements: None - Do cheat codes disable achievements?: No Cheats - Does difficulty affect achievements?: No - Glitchy achievements: None - Unobtainable achievements: None - Extra equipment needed?: Windows 8 Introduction Minesweeper comes back in Xbox LIVE for Windows 8, with brand new graphics and sound effects. A nice and sweet 50http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/misc/g-icon.gif, just in a coffee break time! Abbreviated Walkthrough Let's just start with Happens to Everybody 5http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/misc/g-icon.gif. Start a game on any difficulty and click on a mine intentionally. Next, aim for Good Memory 20http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/misc/g-icon.gif. Start a new game on easy difficulty, complete the game without marking mines but reveal all other blocks. This also grants Good Start 10http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/misc/g-icon.gif. Finally go for Savior of the World 15http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/misc/g-icon.gif. Win a game on both medium and hard difficulty, that's it! Conclusion Old school Minesweeper game, free from Windows 8 Marketplace. Why don't you have a try?
  16. DLC: Episode 1: A New Day Cost: 400 MSP Achievements: 8 Points: 100 Overview: -Estimated achievement difficult: 2/10 -Offline: 8/8 (100/100http://www.x360a.org/images/misc/g-icon.gif) -Online: 0/8 (100/100:gsicon:) -Approximate amount of time to 100/100: 1-2 hours. -Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1 -Number of missable achievements: None! -Do cheat codes disable achievements?: No cheat codes. -Does difficulty affect achievements?: No difficulty. -Glitchy achievements: No glitchy achievements! -Unobtainable achievements: None -Extra equipment needed?: None Official x360a.org :: The Walking Dead Achievement Guide & Roadmap Introduction: Welcome to The Walking Dead Episode 1 Roadmap/Achievement Guide. Apart from being incredibly easy, The Walking Dead does pose some interesting twists that make this arcade game very addicting. It does take a couple minutes to get used to the controls and the feel of the game, and picking up on the "reflex" portions of the game. By reflex I mean that many of the big time decisions come down to you timing button presses and making decisions between characters and actions. Be prepared to make actions that WILL effect decisions later on in the game. With the use of the road-guide and the achievement list you should be able to carefully plan out your course of action and complete this first episode with a well earned 100http://www.x360a.org/images/misc/g-icon.gif. Abbreviated Walkthrough This walkthrough will be pretty much empty. The bulk of the information you are looking for will be loaded into each achievement's own guide. At each point along the way look at the conversations and notice whether or not one phrase will effect the character and their perception of you differently or not. So follow each episode's guide, keep your reflexes sharp, your mind attune, and you should be fine completing this classic comic book series--turned TV show--turned game. It is worthy to note that all of these achievements are story related and cannot be missed if you progress through the story. Also know that the achievement guide will contain a step-by-step guide of questions, decisions, and answers. Reading ahead may spoil the story for you so proceed with caution. Conclusion There isn't much to conclude here. Follow each achievement's guide and pick the dialog you find fitting and you will do fine. Enjoy your fun arcade game.
  17. Deep Black Episode 1 Cost: 800 MSP Achievements: 12 Points: 200 Overview: -Estimated achievement difficult: 4/10 -Offline: 8 (160http://www.x360a.org/images/misc/g-icon.gif) -Online: 4 (40http://www.x360a.org/images/misc/g-icon.gif) -Approximate amount of time to 200/200: 5-6 hours. -Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1 (Replay of certain areas is necessary). -Number of missable achievements: None -Do cheat codes disable achievements?: No Cheats -Does difficulty affect achievements?: No (Playing on easy will unlock all story achievements) -Glitchy achievements: None -Unobtainable achievements: None -Extra equipment needed?: None Introduction: Welcome to Deep Black Episode 1 achievement guide & road map. Deep Black was best described to me as a mixture of Gears of War game play with a Dead Space feel stirred with a little bit of necessary 3rd person atmosphere. Its a fun little third person shooter with an extremely weak plot-line with some repetitive combat that generally makes up for the lack of any substantial attachment to the story. Overall the game itself is quick, and you will be happier knowing you have 200http://www.x360a.org/images/misc/g-icon.gif rather than be chomping at the bit for the next episode this summer. Follow this simple guide and road map and you'll find yourself 200http://www.x360a.org/images/misc/g-icon.gif richer and with another arcade under your belt. Abbreviated Walkthrough: For the walkthrough we are going to simply tackle it in three parts which the first two can be done in any order leaving the third to follow. Just note that the story mode and the multiplayer achievements are fairly straight forward and will be relatively blank as far as juicy details in the guide portion. For the specific kills and data I will give tips and tricks that'll help you achieve these with ease. Story Mode: We are looking at three achievements tied directly to the story mode itself equaling for a total of 60http://www.x360a.org/images/misc/g-icon.gif. There are three acts in the story mode, each containing a different amount of "chapters" per act. I'll give the long list of acts/chapters here, and then again in each achievement's guide with a little more detail: Act 1: Descent to Antillia Lab Work Underwater Slaughter Stun Gun Fun Communication Breakdown Volcanic Panic Fire and Water Narrow Escape Act 2: Cancer the Crab Sub Human Reactor Reaction Hangar 18 Advent of Ichthys The Zealot Act 3: Arrival at Channels In the Floodgate Opening the Gate Crab Claws Wreckage Death from Above Death from Below Blood Under the Bridge Simply play through the acts/chapters and you will earn three achievements for 60http://www.x360a.org/images/misc/g-icon.gif. Multiplayer: Here in the multiplayer section we are looking at four achievements totaling up to 40http://www.x360a.org/images/misc/g-icon.gif. The multiplayer itself can be done in a private session in unranked rooms, and it's best to do that. There are a few people playing this game legitimately and could easily ruin your chance at getting the achievements. Set your first match to 15 kill limit and allow one person to grab all fifteen kills netting three achievements and then going through the next four maps and simply winning the game with a one kill limit and switching off if necessary to help your fellow booster. Please visit the Achievement Trading Thread to find yourself some fellow gamers to do these achievements with! Miscellaneous: The final five achievements totaling 100http://www.x360a.org/images/misc/g-icon.gif could be done after you blow through the story mode, and actually two could be unlocked simply by playing through the game without knowingly going for them. We'll tackle them in detail, and I will provide specific acts/chapters on where/how/when to do them. Conclusion: After a few hours of playing this 3rd person shooter you should now be looking at another arcade game under your belt and another 200http://www.x360a.org/images/misc/g-icon.gif added to your gamercard.
  18. WIP http://i.imgur.com/ksIj7x9.png Thanks to Spazaz Man for the awesome banner! Roadmap Overview Estimated Achievement Difficulty: 6/10 Offline: 0 (0:gsicon:) Online: 16 (1000:gsicon:) Approximate Amount of Time to 1000:gsicon:: 20-50 hours Minimum Number of Playthroughs Needed: 1 Does Difficulty Affect Achievements?: No Number of Missable Achievements: None Glitchy Achievements: None Unobtainable Achievements: None Extra Equipment Needed?: None
  19. 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.
  20. General Information Hi everyone, guess the ones who know me that i give my best to publish quality guides and roadmaps. However I need some time for them, so please don't spam the thread unnessarily. Be patient and look forward to it. Furthermore I wrote this guide for x360a exclusively and may not be reproduced, copied, quoted for any other guides/sites etc. without my written permission. Overview: -Estimated achievement difficulty: 5-8(depending on skill) -Offline: 42(900http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/site/gp-g.jpg) -Online: 5(100http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/site/gp-g.jpg) -Approximate amount of time to 1000http://www.xbox360achievements.org/forum/../images/site/gp-g.jpg: ~40-70h -Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1 for each campaign and some missions 2 times for all objectives -Number of missable achievements: None -Do cheat codes disable achievements? No Cheats -Does difficulty affect achievements? Yes -Glitchy achievements: None -Unobtainable achievements: None -Extra equipment needed? No Introduction: Welcome to Supreme Commander 2. This game is a lot easier accessable than its predecessor and faster. Most of the missions are a piece of cake on Hard if you have some experience with RTS games on console, but some can be challenging if you don't know what to do. Step#1 Skirmish Part 1/Campaigns on Hard: I personally recommend playing the tutorial and some of skirmish maps first to get a feeling how to build a base/army and to learn the Tech tree. Beat the 5 2player Maps and you should be quite comfortable with controlling and building your army. Note that you have pay for Units and Building in advance like in C&C and can't queue 20 Point Defense guns while having 0 Mass like in SC 1. Once you can control the game start playing the campaigns on hard. Most hidden objectives are easily possible to complete even on hard, but some are a lot easier with a retry on easy. Please check the guide for more information on this part. Step#2 Skirmish Part 2: After you've beaten the campaigns to something relaxing a tackle the grinding achievements in skirmish battles as well as beat all skirmish maps. How to efficiently grind these check the guide. Note that the achievements Sharp Shooter, Masster, Master Builder and Time Cruncher can't be obtained during the campaign. These are solely skirmish/online achievements. Step#3 Online: Now you only need to play 10 coop skimirsh battles and 25 ranked online wins and you are safe. Either rely on your skill or try to boost it with a friend. If you have no friends playing this game look here to find someone. If you can boost it, it will take ~2h for both to get Supreme Online Commander. Good Friends takes ~50min. Conclusion: This game is a good one to complete and if you have trouble though, feel free to message me or post in Guide Thread in the forum.
  21. Rights of use: This guide is for the use of x360a.org only and may not be used without the permission of the Author (h4mm32) or Website Admin. Credit: xbox360achievements.org Jennifer N. Rigsby QueenAdreena for helping me understand the missions and achievements better. POSSIBLE SPOILERS Overview: Estimated achievement difficulty: 5/10 Offline: 40 [1000] Online: 0 [0] Approximate time: 50+ hours Minimum number of play-throughs needed: 1.5 (See below) Missable achievements: Yes 38 (See Missable Achievements) Does difficulty affect Achievements?: No Unobtainable/glitched achievements?: No Extra equipment needed?: No Is there DLC? No Intro: Spectral Force 3 is a JRPG much like Zoids Assault, Operation Darkness, or the concept of any Tactic based RPG. You have a numbers of characters that level up, upgrade equipment, and have dialogue. There are many an opportunity to procure more party members during your playthrough based off of conditional fights. It has moderately fun game play with a sharper learning curve than the aforementioned titles. This game is far less forgiving achievement wise but is well worth a play if you enjoy RPG's. Preparation: Firstly ALL achievements unlock after the mission is complete and you have saved the game. The game consists of "Find Work" tasks, Missions, and Dialogue. To best prepare there are 1.5 playthroughs required, Where in you will destroy the Nameless Army then the Underworld army in your first playthrough, but NOT Overlord Army(for Al see below). And the inverse will be done on your second playthrough, Underworld and then Nameless. Your mercenary rank will not carry over to your second playthrough, which is required for some character recruitments, neither will characters recruited, or the character levels. All you keep for your second playthrough is money and items. To raise your rank complete missions in fewest turns possible with high combo hit count and damage done with 0 retreats and you should get an A. You will need many A rank missions to recruit many different characters. The order in which you destroy the other armies plays no affect,except with characters "Break" and "Al", but to recruit everyone Flauster and Shilineeg must be preserved until they are the only two armies left. The computer can also destroy armies so keeping multiple saves is advised as thus in case you need to revert. World Map (current/ every Month) During Preparation World Map (every 3 Months) World Map (every 6 Months) End game save or World map (every year) If the Computer destroys underworld or nameless armies out of the order you seek, reload your save and instead complete work for the army that was destroyed, this should prevent their destruction. Most work however I completed leading with Flauster. Focus all funding on upgrading your character weapons between missions, this can be accessed through the smithy option and requires materials and money to upgrade weapons. Upgrade your favorite characters with the gear you get from recruiting other members. They won't be using it unless you bring them to the mission so there is no point on equipping everyone Check the Converse option at the world map screen after EVERY mission. It only takes a few seconds and all dialogue in game can be skipped if you desire it so. Casters with a high enough INT stat can be power leveled by grouping your party into a cross or "X" formation and casting buff spells such as lightning wings or protective barrier, which can be crafted through the blacksmith. Equip it to your caster and spam it during combat. This is useful for leveling a character you will need for an upcoming mission that requires you to bring along specific characters. Use Battle formation attacks (see below) often to knock out the achievement. You can speed up the movement of all actions both AI and player by holding down the http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/misc/rt.png button thus exponentially cutting down playtime. Missable Achievements: All but two achievements I would technically say are missable. The two you likely can't miss are Culcha and Total Enemies Defeated. Culcha is a story related mission and she joins your party automatically upon completion. Total Enemies should come naturally, with ease, about a third of the way through the game, assuming you aim to obtain a 1k. For Battle Formations, Max Combo Hits, Total Damage, and S rank see the below descriptions, everything else works as thus. Complete missions when they are available, Always check for dialogue options. Do "Find Work" tasks when there are no longer missions available. Achievements: http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/achievements/705/UP+2Nh4=.jpg Battle Formations 25http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/site/gp-g.png Performed Battle Formation 50 times Battle formations are learned about 1/5th of the way through the game. They can only be used at the beginning of a players turn, you will move to the enemy you wish to attack and you'll notice the option to use BF by hitting the http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/misc/rb.png button. It can only be used directly next to an enemy and requires "assist" attacks or "teamwork" attacks. In order to do those Diaz must be alive and not knocked down and can be accessed when based on the squares at the bottom left of the screen. One full square allows for an assist, worth 5 gauge points. Two allow for a Teamwork attack worth 10 Gauge points. build up to 25/50/75/100 respectively in order to perform stronger BF attacks. When you have completed 50 BF attacks save and this will be yours. http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/achievements/705/UP1x2oM=.jpg Total Enemies Defeated 25http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/site/gp-g.png Defeated 500 total enemies This should come naturally through the course of game play, kill things. It should unlock upon saving. http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/achievements/705/UPx3xzg=.jpg Max Combo Hits 25http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/site/gp-g.png Dealt 100 hits or more in a combo during a mission As you progress your characters (around level 32) you will gain a tech 3 attack that covers a large area attacking many foes sometimes multiple times at once on each enemy. Begina's Crescent Edge, Culcha's Orc feast...meat...toss...something , and Orochimaru's Dragon attack are 3 that will help you get this easily. If you open with Begina's, on 5 targets simultaneously, you will get an Eighty Five hit combo. Use your teamwork attack to control Culcha or Orochimaru and follow with their tech 3 attack. These will fill your battle gauge quickly as well as fill your BF attack bar allowing for a powerful finisher almost always doing more than 15k damage from just culcha and begina and 125+ hits. http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/achievements/705/UPyRIhA=.jpg Total Damage 25http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/site/gp-g.png Dealt 10,000 or more total damage in a combo during a mission Following the above method for max combo should net you both the combo and the damage achievements at once. Save and it's yours. http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/achievements/705/UP5Wzo0=.jpg S Rank 25http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/site/gp-g.png Earn an S rank in a mission The criteria for achieving an S rank are as such Diaz must be level 40 or greater You must use TWO 100 power BF attacks Both 100 power BF attacks must be cast AFTER a 100+ hit combo No one can retreat or "die" during the mission The mission must have 20 enemies or more, Destroy underworld and destroy nameless are great missions to do this. Take as many turns as you need to build up BF attacks to 100. Easy mode: Heal your party, Build up Battle gauge using FG up 1/2/3, Cast a teamwork even if you do nothing after you use it and get BF to 80. wait for begina's turn use crescent edge on Four or more enemies, Teamwork Culcha Use her tech 3, Teamwork any one that can get to an enemy within one square, you should be at bf 100 use it and do it one more time. Finish the mission. http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/achievements/705/+lkG8w==.jpg Special Character 1 25http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/site/gp-g.png Recruited Special Character 1 This mission "Prodigy of Blaze" will require the mercenary king rank to be available. Keep Hiro alive and complete the mission. http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/achievements/705/+7n+YA==.jpg Zakifon 25http://www.xbox360achievements.org/images/site/gp-g.png Recruited Zakifon The mission "Possible Pursuers" requires the licensed rank and will be available after completing the Story related mission Hunt the fiends. Keep him alive and complete the mission.
  22. Rights of Use This guide is not to be used without the consent of the author (StayonTarget) or Website Admin. http://gfxuploader.com/images/d23622t9cwi7ket7p7tj.png Overview: Estimated achievement difficulty: 7/10 Offline: 7 [110:gsicon:] Online: 4 [140:gsicon:] Approximate time: 5 Hours Minimum number of playthroughs needed: NA Missable achievements: No [Level Select] Does difficulty affect Achievements: No Difficulty Unobtainable/glitched Achievements: Shafted. May take several attempts. Extra equipment needed?: No. Introduction Revolution is Call of Duty: Black Ops II's first DLC. It consists of four multiplayer maps, one multiplayer weapon, a new zombie map "Die Rise", and a new zombie gamemode called "Turned." In the new gamemode you play as a zombie in a Left 4 Dead fashion. You try to kill other players. There is a giant Easter Egg achievement in this DLC so you may want to gather some friends because this might take a while. Die Rise Die Rise is the new zombie map. It contains [new items]... Don't expect to unlock all of the achievements at once because like all zombie maps, this one will take a bit of time to get used to. Locations for all of the craftable items for the achievements are listed in the achievement descriptions. All of these can be done solo except for High Maintenance. All zombie achievements except for High Maintenance can be done on easy! However, Shafted can be a tad glitchy. How to Turn on the Power Gather up points in the starting area then go down the elevator. Walk forward and jump to the second building. Walk forward and turn right. Open the double doors for 750 points to the left and the power will be straight ahead. Galva Knuckles Locations You can reach the Galva Knuckles by round 1 but you need 750 points to open the doors and 6000 to buy them. They are a one hit kill until round 14 for zombies and nova crawlers. Watch the video for the path. [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TDjzlaOW2SQ]Galva Knuckles Location[/ame] Perks Throughout the map there are elevators that contain perk machines. They are randomly spawning except for for Quick Revive which will be in the spawn when playing solo. The Pack-a-Punch machine will also be found in a random elevator. [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Hioc4OURB4]How to Turn on the Power[/ame] Turned Turned is a new game mode where you get to play as a zombie and attack human players. You need four players to start (You and 3 others). If you kill the human player you become the human player. The person who is the human the longest is the winner. Not everyone likes this game mode so unless you do, you should check out the Achievement Trading Thread and find some people to play with. Conclusion With some persistence and help from some friends you will be able to get all 10 achievements. Die Rise may take a little while to learn the layout and Turned may not be that fun for some people, but this DLC isn't too difficult to 100% if you can learn the roots of zombies. For the experienced zombies player Turned will be the most difficult part. KEY Die Rise = Red Turned = Steel Blue Credit = Green
  23. The roadmap for Shrek The 3rd states that there are no cheats in this game. This statement is false for there are cheats you can buy in the Gift Shop. When your in the main menu the last category is Gift Shop and must be visited when buying the Grimm difficulty. There are cheats like hold more pixie dust or 40% increase in damage, and they are very cheap. That's pretty much it, ENJOY!!!
  24. Hi, so I decided to do an achievement guide for WWE'13 after I saw that, there was none on the actual landing page of WWE'13. However there is one in the forums here . My guide and road map however is a little different, and so I thought why not. So without further ado, first up the ROAD MAP: Overview: Estimated Achievement Difficulty: Offline: 5/10 Online: 9/10 (bad servers, and the long grind involved in getting King of the world) Offline Achievements: 41 (875 G) Online Achievements : 7 (125 G) Approximate amount of time to 1000: Offline: 8-10 hrs Online: 30+ hrs Minimum number of Play-through needed: 1 for Attitude Era 1 for Universe Mode (from 1st Extreme Rules to 1st WrestleMania) Number of missable achievements: None Does difficulty affect achievement: Yes, some achievements can only be achieved on Legendary Glitchy Achievements: None Unobtainable achievements: None Extra Equipment Needed: Boosting Partner for Online Achievements Introduction: WWE 13 is the latest and the last wrestling games coming to us from THQ. If you are an existing fan of the WWE gaming franchise, you should be able to pick the game up quickly. If you are not, I suggest you play some matches in the exhibition mode, get a hang of the control before jumping into the Attitude Mode or the Universe Mode. The creation suite is as fun and in depth as usual, though Championship Belt Creation feels highly limited. Online play has always been WWE games biggest roadblock, and it does not seem to have improved, which makes the online achievement a pain. The offline achievements though are straightforward and can be achieved easily. Step 1 : WWE Attitude Mode This is by far the game's best and most entertaining mode; it is akin to Story or single player mode on other games. It places you in the shoes of WWE greats such as HBK, Stone Cold, The Rock etc. and pits you in the middle of iconic matches during the Monday Night Wars of the 90s. The good thing here is that your actions in the "Attitude Mode" adds to your overall achievement aggregate (for eg. no. of matches won, and no. of tables broken). My suggestion would be to play this mode on Legendary Difficulty (it helps towards Invincible man see below), bringing it down for tough individual matches. Try to complete all historic optional objectives, and unlock all the bonus items and matches. Move on to the next match only when all the objectives of the earlier have been completed. By the end of the Attitude Era mode, not only would you have the story related achievements (185G), but also a host of other general achievements. This should net you about 350G(+-100G). Step 2: WWE Creation Mode WWE has quite a creation suite, its not Skyrim, but its quite in depth. First up start off with creating a wrestler. Take your time and create one that you like, because you would need to play with him to earn some achievements. Next move onto "Create a finisher", then to "Create an Arena", "Creat a Logo", and finally to "Create an Entrance" and "Create a Story". Once done go to MyWWE>TitleManagement>Add Custom Title; here create a new title. Next upload your creations to the Xbox Live servers, and review 5 other items on Community Creations. To get your content reviewed atleast 5 times, use this thread here. By the end of this run you should have netted about 85 G more. Step 3: Universe Mode/ Exhibition You can round up all the exhibition themed achievements before you go into Universe mode, but note that those achievements can easily be had in the universe mode itself, irrespective of what it says in the description. Use your Custom Created Superstar to win and fulfill certain criteria to finish off the host of achievements here. (Note: The Streak Ends can only be completed in Universe mode, which is not mentioned in the description). You should have all of them by the time you finish your first Wrestlemania, and if you don't, the mode is just endless cycles of matches (remember you can edit the matches to your requirements in this mode), where you can wrap up your cheevos as leisurely as you want. Step 4: Online Mode If you are still here, then you should really like your wrestling. Nothing much to do here, but play as many matches as possible on Xbox Live and try to win as many. You earn points for your performance each match and level up accordingly netting cheevos on level 5, 10 and then the max level (presumably 15). You also earn one for winning 10 matches. Please note disconnected and games quitted will not count, also play in ranked matches only for gaining points. The game has server issues, so it might be some time before you get all of them. If you require boosting, check out the thread here. Conclusion: Its not as difficult as most games out there, and if you enjoy your wrestling games, you should be able to net the elusive 1000G very quickly
  25. Rights of Use This guide is not to be used without the consent of either author (StayonTarget & Kairi) or Website Admin. http://gfxuploader.com/images/eu9imikxkl5afrc9k3wn.png Overview: Estimated achievement difficulty: 5/10 Offline: 0/28 [0:gsicon:] Online: 28/28 [400:gsicon:] Approximate time: 10 Hours Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 2 Per Course Missable achievements: None Does difficulty affect Achievements: N/A Unobtainable/glitched Achievements: Achievements obtained through purchases when server disconnects. Extra equipment needed?: None Introduction Welcome to Doritos Crash Course 2! This game is a successor to the original Doritos Crash Course; the gameplay is the same with a few new added features like wall jumping and ledge grabbing. There are also bonus objectives added to each level as well as collectible stars; you will need to unlock courses and split paths in this game by collecting these stars. There are four different areas in this game (Amazon Jungle, Antarctic, Egypt, and Pirate Island) that have 5 levels each. This game has 28 achievements, and none are extremely hard. Most can be obtained by playing all of the tracks, collecting stars, and completing bonus objectives. You do need to collect all of the stars for one of the achievements. Some of these can be rather annoying to obtain, but can be done with some practice. There are also some miscellaneous achievements for doing various tasks like slide jumps and wall jumps. The few online achievements in this game are very simple to get and should not be an issue. Step 1: Complete Each Course The first thing you should do in this game is play through all of the courses at least once. As you play the game, you will need to unlock the levels by spending stars; you will need a total of 560 stars to unlock all 20 levels. While completing the courses, you shall aim to get a silver or gold medal, and also try to complete each one without dying. If you are having difficulty with doing both of these in the same run, you should first complete each level without dying by progress slowly and try getting the silver medal after you are more familiar with the course. The following achievements shall unlock while accomplishing this step: Jungle Fever Let It Snow Walk Like an Egyptian Shiver Me Timbers On Course In Due Course The Main Course One for the Road Welcome to CC2 Step 2: Collecting Stars Now, it is time to collect all of the stars in the game. Each level has 16 stars to obtain, and there are a total of 320 in the whole game. If you have not already unlocked all of the split paths, now would be the time to do so. It will cost you approximately 111 stars to unlock them. Some of the stars are tricky to reach, but most of them are simple. There is a video guide HERE that will show you where all of the stars are. Once you get all of the stars, you shall earn the "Silver Star Medal" achievement as long as you have a silver or gold in each course in Step 1. These achievements will unlock as you collect all of the stars: Stellar Galactic Cosmic Universal Hit the Road The High Road Road Less Traveled Silver Star Medal Step 3: Bonus Objectives The next step is obtaining the Bonus Objectives achievements, which are very easy to earn with a bit of grinding. There are 60 Bonus Objectives in the game, each course has 3, and you can play them over and over again. For this achievement, you can repeat Bonus Objectives. The fastest and easiest way to get this achievement is to replay Amazon 3: Heavy Hammer Hop until you get all of the following achievements: Mission Control Mission Possible Mission Improbable Mission Impossible Step 4: Online Achievements There are a few online achievements that are present in this game, but they are very simple. You need to play in a tournament game and collect the most stars out of all of the players. Then, you need to an avatar costume through Avatar Famestar, which can be found on the main menu. If you do not have enough points, play challenges until you receive a costume. Wear this costume in an online match and jinx one of your opponents. If you need a boosting partner for any of the online achievements, please visit the Achievement Trading Thread, which can be found HERE. The following achievement can be unlocked online: Officially Licensed Star Power CC2 Community Step 5: Mop Up Now is the time to finish unlocking any achievement that you may have missed. The miscellaneous achievements are related to gameplay mechanics and can be very easily achieved. If you are having problems unlocking any of these achievements, the guide will tell you which levels you should get the achievements in. The following achievements may be unlocked in this mop up step if they have not been unlocked already: Smooth Operator One Step Ahead Shocking! Crash Course 1 Style Avatar Awards There are four avatar awards in the game, two male and two female. They are a Liverpool Jacket and Robot Suit. The Liverpool Jacket requires you to collect 570 stars while the Robot Suit requires 936. By the time you get all of the achievements you will only need 50-60 stars to unlock the Robot Suit. Keep doing bonus objectives on Amazon 3 until you get enough stars. Here's what they look like. LINK. Conclusion Overall, Doritos Crash Course 2 is an easy game with simple achievements. It is not time consuming nor difficult, but some skill will be needed in order to reach some of the stars needed for the "Silver Star Medal" achievement. If you are experiencing any difficulty in the game, just keep trying and do not give up! Everything in the game can be done with no problems as long as you have a little bit of patience.
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