I've finished all the story missions, and most of the side-quests, but there's still several properties I can't afford yet. Some of these properties cost tens of millions of dollars, but I can't find a way to quickly earn that money. I'm aware there's always the option of playing the stock market, but that's a crap shoot after all of Lester's assassination missions are done.
Are there any reliable ways to quickly earn the money needed to buy the more expensive properties? Do the options differ for each character?
) at the Asia Travel Company. What happens if Ryo spends all his money (including Fuku-san’s savings) for toy capsules before buying this ticket? Would you have to earn it back the hard way before the story can progress? I guess working at the harbor isn’t possible yet (or is it?). Ine-san gives you ¥500 each day. It would take 138 days. Not possible, because you’d be game over beforehand. Slot machines. As far as I read, you can’t make money here (you can only get tokens and items). Any other ways to earn money at this point?
I prefer playing Michael, and I would like to have all my money on him. After the heists, the money gets a little unbalanced. Is there anyway to transfer money between characters?
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I've just picked up prototype, and have gotten to the stage where you can roam freely around the city and pick up missions. This includes challenge missions (perhaps they have a different name? I can't recall at the moment) where you have to run around through a set of checkpoints as fast as possible. Some of these challenges are quite hard, and I might want to return to them after upgrading my speed and such. My question is, do challenges disappear as the story progresses? That is to say, I've done one of the challenges and gotten a silver medal for it. Will I be able to keep attempting
I super love "playing" Zombies, Run! - the story missions are fun and are getting me outside and exercising, which is super cool. Ideally, I would like to alternate my story runs with supply runs to make the story missions last longer, as it were, but when I looked at the mission list earlier today in order to figure out what mission I wanted to run tomorrow, I noticed the supply missions are still locked. When do they unlock? Is it at some point during the story? Or do I have to do something like complete the whole story?
Assassin's Creed Revelations came out today and I'm still half a game behind! I want to finish as much of the side stuff as possible, but I also want to get through the rest of the main story line quickly, so that I can play the new installment of the series without spoiling the ending of Brotherhood for myself. Is it possible to go back and keep playing to complete guild challenges, side missions, etc. after the main memory sequences are completed or is it more like the original Fallout 3 where the game after the last quest in the main quest line?
Besides having to pay for it or complete missions :) After you complete the game, you can still fight people and buy stuff. But you can't earn prestige because there are no more missions to complete. So you can only buy things that can be bought with $, which are worthless...
After finishing That Special Someone by killing Darko, I didn't receive a call by Pegorino, as the wiki says I should. But this means that I can't continue to the following story missions. I did a few optional missions after that, so I don't think waiting will help. Am I missing something or is this a bug? Is there some way of fixing this apart from loading an old save?
I've been playing Pokemon Ruby as of late, and once I got past Victory Road, I noticed I was extremely low on money for potions and whatnot, so I looked around for ways to farm some. I read on GameFAQs that defeating the Elite Four members repeatedly with the Amulet Coin was a viable way to earn some quick money, but this doesn't seem to be the case. The image above shows before, after defeating the Elite Four member (with the Amulet Coin), and after entirely. (After step 3 below.) The pictures were actually taken after the first attempt at this. I dumped my money on some potions