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The talk about data code and serial numbers you see are likely in reference to the firmware version. Firmware changes after Sony were hacked made it far more difficult to jailbreak the console, and many users will tell you it is impossible. As a result, the first question asked is always 'what is the earliest supported firmware for your console'. If your ...


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Another edge case where your definition of "DLC" may change the answer: episodic games like Walking Dead or Life Is Strange. In these games, you have to play through all episodes of the season to get platinum. If you consider episodes 2-5 to be DLC for episode 1, then this would be another case where you need DLC.


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Yes you can transfer your saves between PS3s. You can either use the cloud to do this if you're a PS+ subscriber or you can use any USB external storage drive like a simple pen drive. Transfer your save to a pen drive (or similar): Go to Game -> Saved Data Utility. This is where all your saves are stored. Browse to the right savegame and press triangle. ...


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No, I don't think they were meant to represent difficulty levels as djsmiley2k said soft tires are better than medium and hard tires but wear out quicker so you would have to change tires more frequently in longer races.There are races in the game that can have 10+ laps(I remember doing a 60 lap race once) you should use medium and maybe even hard tires in ...


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When I play skyrim it doesn't freeze for me, it does lag when I'm further into the story becouse of how big the game is. Got a few suggestions make sure that the PS3 has at least 2G of free space. Turn off all auto saves in game option but should know that you will have to make own manul saves. Go into game data utility and delete all corrupted files, they ...


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You should be able to transfer the savegame and import it into DA2, though I have no idea what options are available for a PS3 in this regard. If it's saved on the cloud on your PS or Origin-account, it's no hassle at all, otherwise you'll need some sort of medium(usb-stick?) the PS3 is compatible with to copy the savegame on. However, you won't notice ...



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