Looking for Mirror’s Edge bag locations and other secrets? This guide will show you the available cheats to unlock new modes to do more free running / parkour and how to receive the Packrat Achievement.
Unlock Mirror’s Edge Hard Difficulty Mode by finishing the Story Mode, which automatically turns Runner Vision off and has stronger enemies.
Unlock Mirror’s Edge Speed Run Mode by finishing the Story Mode, which gives each level a specific target time to complete.
This is the Mirror’s Edge bag locations walkthrough video part 1 of 4. Geoff from Roosterteeth shows where to find the hidden bags in the Prologue, level 1 and 2.
Mirror’s Edge hidden bag locations walkthrough video part 2 of 4. It show where to find the hidden bags in levels 3 to 5.
1. ANBU Itachi: Complete Sasuke’s 2nd Labyrinth in story mode.
2. Black Suit Sasuke (Chunin): First you need to sign up for a Ubisoft.com account. Then, when you’re in the game, you click on “Exclusive Content” in the menu and login with your Ubisoft account to link it to the game and unlock Chunin Sasuke.
3. Gaara: Defeat Gaara in Rock Lee’s flashback in story mode.
4. Green Suit Naruto: Find the flowers mission for Guy in story mode.
5. Itachi Uchiha: Beat Itachi in story mode.
1. Anko: Complete Orochimaru’s first and second missions. OR Fight in 350 battles.
2. Asuma: Complete Ino, Shikamaru, Choji, and Kurenai’s first and second missions. OR Fight in 160 battles.
3. Awakened Hinata: Beat the first and second missions then the last three missions with Jonin rank or higher. OR Fight in 700 battles. OR Unlock all characters except for Ultimate Nine Tailed Naruto, Sasuke Second State, Bando, and Kagura.
4. Baki: Complete Story Modes on CPU difficulty Level 2 or higher. OR Complete Gaara, Temari, and Kankuro’s first and second missions. OR Fight in 350 battles.
5. Bando: Complete Kabuto’s first and second missions. OR Complete the Story Mode on CPU difficulty Level 2 or higher.
1. “A Little Night Music”: Finish the 1st “Expand Your Style” Lesson
2. “American Patrol”: Complete the Rock Jam Mastery Lesson
3. “Animal Crossing — K.K. Blues”: Finish the 1st “Expand Your Style” Lesson
4. “Animal Crossing”: Finish the 1st “Expand Your Style” Lesson
5. “Bridal Chorus”: Complete the Rock Jam Mastery Lesson
6. “Carmen”: Play through “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star” in Mii Maestro
7. “Chariots of Fire”: Finish the 1st “Expand Your Style” Lesson
8. “Do-Re-Mi”: in Handbell Harmony Complete “My Grandfather’s Clock” in Handbell Harmony.
9. “Every Breath You Take”: Finish the 1st “Expand Your Style” Lesson
10. “Expand Your Style”: Lessons Create 6 videos in Custom Jam Mode
Who doesn’t love Scrabble? Personally, the world-famous word-based board game is one of my favorites. It’s right up there with Monopoly! My mom also loves the game . . . in fact that’s almost all she plays when she’s on the computer. But there are some words that expert players use that can really help …
How to unlock all secret Mario Super Sluggers characters? That question will be answered in this guide that shows you who to unlock to get the full roster and how to do it.
Successfully complete the indicated task to unlock the corresponding character, noting that there are multiple ways to unlock some characters.
Below we’ve listed each character in alphabetical order and how to unlock them:
1. Baby Daisy
To unlock Baby Daisy, you need to have Wario use his magnet to pull out the baby rattle from the fountain at Peach Garden. After this, use Yoshi and go through the manhole cover on the left side of the garden, where you will find a crying baby. The baby is, of course, Baby Daisy! Finally, give her the rattle. She will then be unlocked.
2. Baby DK
To unlock Baby DK, you need to use Yoshi’s power at the DK Jungle stage to free Baby DK from the palm tree. He will then be unlocked. Alternatively, you can defeat DK’s team to unlock Baby DK.
3. Baby Luigi
To unlock Baby Luigi, you need to pull the levers in Mario’s Stadium. This will connect the bridge and unlock Baby Luigi.
4. Baby Mario
To unlock Baby Mario, you must first have unlocked Baby Luigi. After that you need to save Baby Mario, who is located at the field where you battle Bowser Jr.’s team.
Since Braid has no cheat codes a walkthrough will definitely come in handy in case your brain can’t handle all the time-manipulating madness that you will encounter in the new Xbox Live Arcade masterpiece from independent developer Jonathan Blow’s “Number None Inc.” and publisher Microsoft. And in case you don’t own a 360, the game will also be heading to PC “sometime in 2008” according to the official Braid web-site.
Skip down to watch the Braid walkthrough videos!
Braid is an ingenious platformer staring a pudgy boy named Tim who’s on a quest to “rescue the princess”. Although it sounds simple, the game is anything but. Using an absolutely beautiful, drop-dead gorgeous hand-drawn/watercolor-like graphical style, the game pops out at you like a painting that has come to life. The game then bends your brain and shatters it to pieces by giving you the ability to rewind time to a multiple of 8 (both forwards and backwards) and using it to solve increasingly complex puzzles that test the very foundation of reality and shatter the notion that the game is “just another platformer”.
If you haven’t played the Braid demo then you are doing yourself a disservice. I can guarantee that once you give the game a try, you will have no qualms with it’s $15 price point. The game is quite simply a work of art that begs to be played by anyone that considers them a fan of video games. Not only does the game parody classic Nintendo games and poke fun at itself and the cliche gaming conventions we’re all used to, it wraps itself up with an intelligent, touching and poetic story and music that belongs in a motion picture of The Lord of the Rings-calibur, managing to whisk you away to a strange whimsical land where anything is possible.
Although Braid was built from the ground as a game where players learn from their mistakes until they achieve their goal (thus you can never die or fail, you just rewind and try again!) it can still test that noggin to the Nth degree and as such, you may want a visual aid to help you out in your adventure through this strange and wonderful land.
Give a look at these walkthrough videos from Earthbound12, MorrowJ, EatMoreHippo’s & SoulblitzJ below to help you out. Just keep in mind to only use them once you’ve given it your all in trying to solve a specific puzzle.
Final Fantasy XII was released for the PS2 in 2006 after five tumultuous years in development. The game was released to extremely high praise from both critics and players alike as the game shook up what people had come to expect from the Final Fantasy name; By ditching turn-based battles for an all new Gambit system, which has you assigning actions that you’re characters will perform when they encounter enemies in the field. Final Fantasy XII is a very long game with a deep and involved storyline of politics and intrigue as wars between regions and the people that control and govern them rage. In order to help you navigate through the turmoil we present a walkthrough of the entire game.
I know for me personally, I played FFXII for over 100 hours but haven’t touched it in months due to being sidetracked with other games. So for those people this Final Fantasy XII walkthrough will be useful just in case you may have forgotten what happened in the game. Or even if you just want to watch all the game’s movie scenes, then you can do just that.
Without further ado, here is the Final Fantasy XII Walkthrough:
How to unlock all secret Soul Calibur 4 characters? That question will be answered in this guide that shows you who to unlock to get the full roster and how.
The Soul Calibur 4 characters select screen has room for plenty of bonus characters (minus your own character creation). — At the moment Yoda is exclusive to the Xbox 360 version and Darth Vader is exclusive to the PS3 version, although Namco Bandai has hinted both characters may be made available through downloadable content on the other’s console at a later date. This would also explain the blank space in the character roster.
Below we’ve listed the 18 secret characters in alphabetical order. Take the following steps to unlock each one.
I admit it, I needed a Metal Gear Solid 4 walkthrough while playing through this huge PS3 game. But none of the big sites had any written, so here I am posting a full playthrough by fans as a video guide to the stealth-action single player game of the year (according to me). Good luck beating the game with Old Snake!
In part 1 you’re introduced to the full story of Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots, its characters, and new gameplay elements as you enter the battlefield. It’s being played in the Solid Normal difficulty level.
Since the PlayStation 3-exclusive driving simulator Gran Turismo 5 Prologue isn’t exactly clear on how to unlock all bonus cars, the following short overview will show you.
Successfully complete the indicated task to unlock the corresponding car:
* BMW Concept 1 Series tii ’07: Win all B Class races.
* Daihatsu OFC-1: Win all C Class races.
* Ferrari F2007: Win all C, B, A, and S Class races.
* Nissan GT-R Proto ’05: Win all S Class races.
* Nissan Skyline Coupe Concept ’07: Win all A Class races.
There are also S Class events to unlock:
Successfully complete the main A, B, and C Class events with a Bronze Medal or higher rank to unlock the S Class events.
Watch the Ferrari F2007 in action at Suzuka with cockpit view.
Find out what cars are needed to finish each event in the game by browsing the below Gran Turismo 5 Prologue walkthrough.
Take the following steps to unlock each of the 14 secret characters in Mario Kart Wii. Wii Mario Kart cheats are listed too. Hi Guys and Girls, Welcome to the in 2012 newly updated guide to Mario Kart Wii, there have been a lot of questions asked about Mario Kart Wii like how to unlock …
How to unlock all secret Super Smash Bros Brawl characters? That question will be answered in this guide that shows you who to unlock and how. The Super Smash Bros. Brawl starter characters select screen shows only 20 out of the 36 playable characters in the Wii fighting game. Below we’ve listed the 16 secret …
Yesterday we posted an interview with the Star Fox Command producer Takaya Imamura in which he didn’t just talk about the DS game, but also revealed it had its strategy roots from the unreleased SNES game Star Fox 2, in which he’s credited with a special thanks. That’s the sequel to 1993’s SNES game Star …