Nintendo announced that they are shutting down their online for Wii and DS titles. I have a large backlog of games that I've only played briefly and I particularly dislike being tied to online features anyway because of my irregular play schedule. From what I've read, the loss of the online in The Last Story will make some online exclusive weapons and animated dyes no longer accessible. I'm not very far into the game and haven't found any guides that outline it in much detail, but is there anything that I will lose that is all that important?
What if anything is important for me to do online in this game before I lose access to it forever?
Of course there are weapons and equipment that are more powerful and better as offline's equipment but you can play and finish the game without playing TLS online once.
I want to play GTA V and GTA Online, but I don’t have a supported console yet. Now I wonder which console (hence which GTA V version) I should buy (assuming I’m not interested in any other games on these consoles). What are the differences between the PlayStation 3 and the Xbox 360 versions? I’m not interested in minor graphical differences. Instead: Any gameplay differences? Anything added/missing in one version? Any game mechanics differences? E.g. does the save system work the same? Any performance differences? Is one version running more smoothly? Any online social differences? Ingame
Possible Duplicate: Are weapons and armor damaged by anything other than death? Okay, so each item has durability. Other than by death, what makes an item lose durability? I'm assuming attacking makes the weapon lose durability, but other than that: If I never get damage, does my armor lose durability? What affects the rate of durability loss? Why is my helmet currently at lower durability than my torso armor? What makes rings and amulets lose durability? If I use a lot of shift-clicking to attack at range, do I lose durability if I miss? But I guess this all boils down to when
outbound traffic to let them update my account. I have no idea what not being able to find a session means. The most perplexing thing is that I could play the Demo fine without setting anything up... ...There's loads about this online, but I've followed all the advice I've found so far. My machine is on a static local IP. I've opened all the ports in C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\crysis 2\Support\readme.txt through my router. I've set Norton Antivirus to Allow for Crysis2.exe. My symptoms are as such: I can never find a session. Ever. Every time I try to log in it re-awards
Playing through the various games, the one I've had the most trouble with is the confrontation game. The fact that you can lose (at least) 9 popularity from losing this game makes it very high stakes. And, the fact that it's the last game you play before you lose, makes it very important to win. Nonetheless, I've had a hard time wrapping my head around the tactics of this particular game. Are there any tips, tricks, or general strategies, to beating the confrontation game?
In light of the new re-release of Tower of Doom and Shadow over Mystara on Steam (and others) by Iron Galaxy, we have to ask ourselves one important question: What are the characters supposed... anything in particular) Elf Standing up: ??? (Doesn't sound like anything in particular) Shadow Over Mystara Fighter Standing Up: ??? (Same as previous game) Cleric Standing Up: "I'll... in any way for the remake. Some of the quotes are easy to understand, while others not so much. Most of the ones involved in spellcasting are simply the name of the spell being cast, so those do
Being the achievement whore that I am, and knowing that others out there are as well, I thought it'd be good to have a centralized place where you can see what you have to do to get them all. Single-Player Achievements These achievements are unlocked in the single player campaign Story-Progression Achievements You will get these achievements just by playing all the way through the single... Course online with a friend who hasn’t played before Air Show - Perform 2 aerial gestures before touching the ground in co-op Portal Conservation Society - Complete Chamber 3 in the Hard-Light Surfaces
When making a character via the clubhouse you are given a variety of stats, however neither the game or manual contains any information on what each of these stats means. I certainly can take a few guesses what they stand for, but I'd rather have some concrete information. The stats are as follows: Power Serve Stroke Volley Spin Side Top Slice Move Speed Acceleration Agilty
and National Wonders? Even after purchasing the packs, there's no new documentation; I guess I could play 16 new games with each civilization to find out, but it would be kind of nice to know as part of my decision for picking my nationality at the start. I've looked online and can't find anything anywhere. ...Civilization Revolution for the iPad was just updated with the following notice: What's New in Version 2.4.4 Exciting new content has been added to enhance your Civilization experience
Every game mode seems to reward XP to the hero used, but the amount of XP seems to vary significantly. What factors influence the amount of XP granted? I can think of a few that likely influence it: play mode: Play, Practice or Arena regular or expert AI opponent victory or defeat length of the game did any player concede Which factors actually play a role, and how important is each factor? Some numbers or a formula would be ideal, but I suspect that I might have to settle for some rough guidelines as no actual values are ever displayed in the game.