Crysis 2 Walkthrough Video Guide (PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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Our Crysis 2 walkthrough will guide you through the beginning to ending moments of cutscenes and gameplay for this juggernaut sequel to the hit first-persons shooter from Crytek.

Whether played in 3D or standard 2D, Crysis 2 drops players into a devastated New York in the midst of an attack by a frightening alien species. The alien enemies are armed with deadly weaponry and exceptional sensory abilities that test players’ skill and push them to the limit. These terrifying invaders stalk the streets of New York, leaving the streets in chaos and the skyline in flaming ruin.

Surrounded by catastrophic destruction, players harness the superhuman abilities of the Nanosuit to level the playing field, becoming the ultimate weapon on a mission to save New York.

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Call of Duty Black Ops Walkthrough Video Guide (Xbox 360, PS3, PC, Wii)

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Our Call of Duty: Black Ops walkthrough will guide you through the beginning to ending moments of cutscenes and gameplay for this highly anticipated latest entry in the hit FPS war series on Xbox 360, PS3, PC and Wii.

Hear the call of duty once again with this seventh entry in this blockbuster first-person shooter franchise. Call of Duty: Black Ops takes you deep behind enemy lines into the world of deniable operations as a member of an elite special forces unit engaging in covert warfare, classified operations, and explosive conflicts across the globe. With access to a variety of exclusive weaponry and equipment, your actions will tip the balance during the most dangerous time period mankind has ever known.

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Minecraft walkthrough video guide (PC, Mac, Browser)

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Our MineCraft walkthrough video guide will help you in the beginning to ending moments of gameplay for this unique procedurally-generated open-world survival RPG/building game that has soared in popularity for PC, Mac and Browsers.

Minecraft starts you off in a randomly generated world, which you can then customize or alter by building/crafting anything you want out of the surrounding environment.

The game is available in free and paid versions at the official Minecraft web-site, with the free version lacking the structure of the paid/Alpha build which is called Survival, and has more of an RPG feel. If you want to just build things, give the free version a look first. If you get in on the game now, you will save some money before the game jacks up in price as the single-developer, Markus Persson aka Notch, gets closer to completing an actual, finished product.

Once you start in the game, you can search for building materials, bust the blocks around you to form structures or caves, place blocks or items you’ve assembled to build things, and explore the world around you. You’ll also encounter enemies, day and night cycles, and can garden, farm, craft items, and even play some rudimentary multiplayer, a feature that is currently being worked on and planned in fuller form for the full release.

This video shows off the basics of Minecraft and some of the most basic and essential tools that you can build. Also you can chuckle to the cute, girly reactions of Dodger as she discovers snow in Minecraft for the first time in her playthrough.

Here is some information on each aspect of Minecraft and how to start off to help guide new players.

After you spawn, check to make sure that the map is a sufficient enough size to sustain what you envision yourself building. If the map isn’t to your liking, you can delete it and try again or travel to another continent. Also take note of your spawning point, and be sure to build structures near it. Because if you die by one of the enemies in the game, you don’t want to spawn too far away from your home structure/base.

The first thing you should do is bust up some tree blocks one by one, and collect the wood that is splintered off by walking over them. To do this, walk over to a tree, point at the tree blocks, and hold down the left mouse button. Note that you don’t have to be super close to whatever it is you are “mining” (ie= punching). Try to get around 64 blocks of wood. This will enable you to create a wide variety of structures and tools.

Now some Inventory info. Press the “i” key to bring up your inventory. Put the Wood Blocks you just gathered from the Quickbar on the bottom into the Crafting squares by dragging the wood to the Crafting squares and planks will appear on the right. You are creating a workbench, one of the most important and most basic tools in Minecraft. Right click the planks until you’ve converted several pieces of wood into planks, then move them to your inventory at the bottom.

Now you need to place several planks together to create a Workbench. Put 1 Plank unit in each of the four crafting squares. Wa-lah! A Work Bench has been created. Now move the bench from the crafting squares to the Quickbar at the bottom by dragging it from the crafting squares to one of the squares in the Quickbar. For your second item, place 3 Plank units in the upper left crafting square and 3 in the lower left crafting square to create a Stick. Right click the Stick three times to create 12 sticks (assuming you have enough units). Put the Sticks into your inventory, another basic and important tool

The Quickbar slots at the bottom, boxes 1-9, will correspond to whatever hotkey (the “F” function keys at the top of your keyboard) in sequence 1 through 9, that you place that item in. So press the F key for your Workbench (or just click on it) to put that item into your hands. Now right-click to place the Workbench, or any item, into your world.

This is the most basic of functions in Minecraft. Right click the placed Workbench to craft even more complex objects. Now you will notice that you have a 3×3 grid instead of a 2×2 grid, allowing you to create even more complex tools and items.

To create an axe, and further mine new materials, place 1 Stick unit in the center bottom square of your Workbench Crafting boxes, 1 Stick in the center middle row and 1 Plank unit in the top middle of the first row to create a Pickaxe! This Axe is created of wood. When you find better or more stronger material, like Stone, you can make a stronger axe that won’t break as soon as the wood. And by combining these items, as shown in the video above, you can make all sorts of tools and items to help you further progress in the world. Expirement!

This video will also show you the basics of MineCraft.

MineCraft Walkthrough Part 1 – The Basics

For example, find Coal by exploring the world and looking for a gray stone block with black splotches. Break them to collect Coal, which you can use by putting a Stick in the bottom left crafting box and a unit of coal on the upper left box to create a Torch! You’ll want Torches to illuminate your “house”, which you can build into the sides of mountains by busting the blocks away to build a structure.

You’ll want to build your house before night falls, as that’s when enemies can come out to do away with you. Build a cave into a mountainside. You can make a door using wood or even just use dirt or rocks to bar the door and keep enemies out. And you can do so by simply selecting the bricks from material you’ve busted and using the right-mouse key to place the blocks in front of you. Build structures this way as well.

Get creative! You can set torches to help you keep track of what direction you’ve gone in and build almost any structure you can think of.

Here is a further video walkthrough for MineCraft.

MineCraft Walkthrough Part 2 – Nightfall

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Dead Rising 2 Zombrex Locations Guide (Xbox 360, PS3, PC)

Our Dead Rising 2 Zombrex locations guide will help you find the secret locations to unlocking all 4 available Zombrex packages for Chuck Greene to help you save your daughter, and other survivors that may need a daily dose of Zombrex. They are the same for Dead Rising 2: Off the Record Zombrex in Frank’s …

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Dead Rising 2 Walkthrough Video Guide (Xbox 360, PS3, PC)

In this Dead Rising 2 walkthrough, you’ll be guided through the beginning to ending moments of cutscenes and gameplay in this highly anticipated sequel for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC. Several years have passed since the Wilamette incident, and while Frank West was able to save America from a zombie apocalypse, the cause of zombification …

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Dead Rising 2 Combo Cards Locations Guide with Combo Weapons (Xbox 360, PS3, PC)

Our Dead Rising 2 Combo Cards locations guide will help you find secrets to unlocking all 50 of the Combo Weapons available for Chuck Greene to crack some undead skull with in the game. They are the same for Dead Rising 2: Off the Record Combo Cards & Weapons in Frank’s quest. Combo Cards tell …

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Sniper Ghost Warrior Walkthrough Video Guide (Xbox 360, PC, PS3)

In this Sniper Ghost Warrior walkthrough, you’ll be guided through the beginning to ending moments of cutscenes and gameplay in this FPS from City Interactive. With a story where you are part of an elite sniper team dropped into a hostile area in an attempt to help the rebels of Isla Trueno, a fictitious Latin …

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Lego Harry Potter Walkthrough Video Guide (Wii, Xbox 360, PS3, PC)

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In this Lego Harry Potter: Years 1-4 walkthrough, you’ll see the beginning and ending moments of cutscenes and gameplay for this newest action-adventure game in the Lego series from Warner Bros. based on the first four Harry Potter books & movies. This guide covers the Wii, Xbox 360, PS3, PC & PSP versions.

The game tells the story of Harry’s first four years at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, Lego Harry Potter: Years 1-4 brings a mix of magical gameplay and light-hearted humour. Playing as Harry Potter, Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger, as well as other favourite characters, you’ll have the opportunity to attend lessons, cast spells, mix potions, fly on broomsticks and complete tasks to earn house points. Throughout the game, you’ll also have the freedom to explore iconic settings from the wizarding world including Hogwarts castle, Diagon Alley (these first two are the game’s hub), the Forbidden Forest and the village of Hogsmeade!

As commentator Jester says, the format for this walkthrough is going through the game level by level. Each level or lesson is named after its Leaky Cauldron notice board’s black-and-white photo, so it’s easy to find the level you need help with or to search for the level you’re stuck on. Let’s begin!

Table of Contents

Index of LEGO Harry Potter Guides

Lego Harry Potter Walkthrough Year 1, Level 1: The Magic Begins

Lego Baby Harry Potter screenshot Level 1 of Year 1’s “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone (Sorcerer’s Stone in the U.S.)” is a quick introduction to the game.

General play tip for when you’ve lost your way: If you are lost in game try following the trail of Ghost Studs. These do not count towards your stud total, but will guide you to the next section of the level.

General play tip for finding new characters: Most people will only be able to unlock minor characters like Oliver Wood and Hannah Abbott on their first playthrough. For unlocking the remaining playable characters in Story Mode, we recommend replaying levels in Freeplay Mode after you finished the game. You’ll still have to buy them, but you need to collect the icon/crest on a level first before you can. So that’s why we’ve added as many unlockable character tips to this walkthrough as we could to try and help you find them all!

How to open Harry’s Vault: You will need to use Hagrid to pull the heavy lever next to the fire breathing dragon. Doing this will allow the Goblin to gain access to the Vault. Only strong characters can pull levers and later Harry will learn to make a Strength Potion that will allow him to do this on his own.

Lego Harry Potter Walkthrough Year 1: Hogwarts

After entering train platform 9 3/4th, in Part 2 of Year 1 you are welcomed to Hogwarts.

To unlock the Golden Brick: In the bedroom you must destroy all four of the beds by aiming your magic at them. After you have destroyed all the beds a golden brick will appear floating above one of them. Use the bed to bounce high enough to grab it.

To unlock the Gryffindor Boy character: Look behind the sofa he is sleeping on.

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Mega Man 10 walkthrough video guide including Special Stages and Items (WiiWare, PSN, XBLA, PC)

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Our Mega Man 10 walkthrough videos will guide you through Capcom’s latest 2D release in the Blue Bomber’s retro-chic revival.

It will show you how to get through each level, collect the hidden items and beat the special stages. You’ll also get strategies on beating each of the Robot Masters in the game’s levels.

Mega Man 10 walkthrough video guide – Sheep Man Stage

View the opening cutscene and watch how to beat Sheep Man’s level and collect the items. Also strategies on defeating Sheep Man.

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Lego Batman Walkthrough Video Guide (Wii, Xbox 360, PS3, PS2, PSP, PC, Mac)

This Lego Batman walkthrough will guide you through the beginning to ending moments of cutscenes and gameplay for this Dark Knight-charged Minifeg adventure set within the DC Comics Batman universe. This family-friendly Lego action platformer is available for every system: Xbox 360, PS3, PS2, Wii, DS, PSP, PC and Mac. From the creators of Lego …

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