I finally got a hold of my old PS2 copy of the Shadow of the Colossus demo. Is it true that there is an old developer menu you can access? If so, how do I do that?
Shadow of the Colossus had two demo versions. I believe one was an early trade-show floor build, and hard to come by. The other, which is what you probably have, shipping on a demo disc from the Official Playstation Magazine (or some other publication of that era).
I don't believe either version had a developer menu (I've never heard of one). Most of the time, such menus were accessible via GameShark to Action Replay codes. But I don't recall every having come across a code to enable such a menu or any other sort of broad "developer" functionality.
Indeed, if you peruse the game's entry over at The Cutting Room Floor, you'll see that there's a fair bit of cut content, but no serious mention of a developer mode in either the main game or any of its known demo builds.
This video shows the entrance to the Shrine or Worship open in Shadow of the Colossus. How exactly do I achieve this?
This is somewhat embarrassing, but I'm unable to find my way to the 13th colossus. My sword leads me into a forest, but this appears to be a dead end. How do I reach the 13th Colossus from the main temple?
I bought Mass Effect 2 with some additional DLC content on Steam and setup an account on the Cerberus network. I have completed the campaign, however I do not notice any of the bonus missions and extras the DLC offered? I should be able to do the Shadow Broker mission, The Thief, and some other extras. How do I access them? Have I missed something? I have been looking on Google and some people are saying the DLC is only unlocked if you start a new campaign after completing Mass Effect 2. Any ideas how to access the content?
In Fallout: New Vegas on PC, you can set a quick weapon access keys by pressing a keyboard shortcut (1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8), and clicking a weapon in the menu. The keys are replaced by directions on the direction pad when playing with a controller. I am playing with a 360 controller, the keyboard commands are disabled. It is therefore tedious to modify the quick weapon access keys, since I have to disable my controller in the controls menu each time I want to do it. Is there a less tedious method to set the quick weapon access keys when playing with a controller?
I've just installed the update for Zombies Run 2 and it is still using my old playlist from the first version. I want to switch to a different playlist but there no longer seems to be that option in the settings menu. Would anyone know how to do this?
I really appreciate the little jokes and funny things the developer put into this game, but how do I really enable cheats to get into noclip mode? I tried running the game with +sv_cheats 1 in command line, and binding "sv_cheats 1" to a key in the config.cfg file and then making the config file read-only. This worked with the unachievable achievement according to an answer to another question here. None of these things seem to work? Is there some kind of developer hack to get into noclip mode?
Now when the ICO+Shadow of Colossus Collection is out for the PS3, I was wondering that are these games some how related to each other? Is it better to play ICO first or vice versa? EDIT: After getting an answer I searched again and found out that Wikipedia has also a small section how these games are connected to each other. Wikipedia - Shadow of the Colossus & connections to Ico
In the skill tree, it's possible to reset skills, and I'd like to do so. However, I can't seem to find a way of accessing the skill tree unless I've just leveled up. Is there a way, such as a menu entry I can't seem to find, to access the skill tree at will?
I completed AC:R today and I wanted to get the remaining achievements. I read that I could access previous memories by pressing start when the credits rolled and then clicking on 'DNA'. When I click start I do not see the 'DNA' option, I only see: Resume, General, Controls and Quit. Does anybody know how I can access the DNA menu?