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You can avoid all the attacks of his last form : You can avoid the breath by going to the extreme left/right sides : The explosions can be dodged as well. The green zone of an explosion changes color before exploding. It helps you see where an explosion will be, but the zone is safe to walk on until there is an actual explosion. This helps you define ...


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Mystery solved... my friend said that he's simply never sold any inventory items, so the extra slots are all from mission rewards! He has the GOTY edition and has never gotten any game updates because there's no internet connection at his home, so this may not work for those of us who get regular game updates. He also said that a drawback is that you ...


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Yes, You will still be able to play games that you have purchased after your PS+ subscription has expired. Even if they are PS+ exclusives. Only games that you obtain for free from PS+ are no longer playable after your subscription expires.


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The PS3 only outputs through HDMI or regular AV jacks. Right now, yours is set to use HDMI. When you want to use AV jacks, ensure the PS3 is off. Then, turn it on using the button on the PS3 instead of the controller. Don't let go of the button until it beeps a second time. It will show a menu asking if you want to use HDMI or not.


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That happens if the character you pick is a knave or assassin. From the wiki: Both the Knave and Assassin have a black cloud following them. This has no function and is only for visual effect.


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The PS3 save files are stored in a proprietary format which is not designed to be handled or integrated by any other software than Sony's own software. This makes all of the PS3 save files unusable by any other system. Any software can potentially be reverse engineered to fit another system than what was originally intended, but this would also mean ...


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Yes, it is safe to delete the one that "installs" the game, it says "uninstall" because the installer itself is an application that runs and installs the game in your PS3.


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Nope, you can't. Every single PS3 hard drive is encrypted to it's own, personal, PS3. No two keys are the same, and that's not even taking into account the file structure required. You won't even be able to read the hard drive, let alone throw information onto it. Incidentally, what you're trying to do here is piracy. But even with legitimate data, what ...


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Does your campus require you to access a login page when you connect? If so, you'll have to use the PS3's browser to access it. After you do, you shouldn't have to log in every time you turn on the console.


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Seems to be recent problem with RDR and all players are affected. As already suggested in the referenced topic submit a support ticket. More tickets, more likely the fix will be sooner.


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You're limited by system activations, not per-game activations. Once your account has been activated on two different consoles, you can only play games owned by this account on these consoles, you can't "mix and match" games between an infinite number of consoles.


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No. The PC version is the only one available in Europe that's not censored in all of it, but that would require buying it again as well as having a PC capable of running it. On PC, censorship only applies in Germany and Austria in Europe -- and then, apparently only in relation to the removal of Nazi-themed symbolism. The US and EU PSN stores are entirely ...


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This is due to a phenomenon called overscan, which is a holdover from the CRT days of displays. It used to be that TVs and the signals sent to them were analog. Thus, there's was bit of a fudge factor in how the signal is sent to the display, and how the display renders it. In the CRT era, we'd send an overly large signal to the display with the ...


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Short answer - no PS3 has a completely different hardware, different cpu architecture, different everything. Theoretically, you could emulate the PS3 hardware, but you would need an insane PC from the future and you'd also have to code the emulator, because no one in their right mind is going to bother with that in the nearest 10+ years. It's the reason ...


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The Short: Basically, QfG is a way for PlayStation to advertise an underused service of theirs by incentivizing users with free content. The Long: PlayStation's official YouTube Channel released these videos concerning their Quest for Greatness (QfG): ...


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BO 2 has an optional install for textures, which takes 1.8GB. The game requires ~10MB for save files. DLC is extra. MW3 has a 50MB requirement. No additional install. DLC is extra.


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None of the big DLC packs, free or paid, for Payday 2 are available on console (360 or PS3) - they're currently Steam exclusive. The word seems to be that consoles will get this content eventually, but I'm having a hard time finding anything solid from the developers about when (if ever) it will be released.


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The one that installs the game exists only to copy the game to your PSP or PS Vita. It can be safely deleted once you have done so or if you do not plan to do so. It's just a weird side effect of how they handle installers, since the "real" PS1 game on PS3 doesn't let you copy it direct to PSP.


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Yes they will sync, though maybe you have to start the game, I don't remember.


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You friend used a save editor to add items to their inventory, including but not limited to, the BLASSter being shown, as E-Tech weapons shouldn't drop in the southern shelf.


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As long as the game is available for the Vita then it should be fine. I purchased Final Fantasy VII as a ps1 classic before the vita, and I'm able to play it on the vita. The thing is not all ps1 classics are one the vita, but most of them are, so if the classic you want to play includes the vita you can play it, even if it was purchased before the vita ...


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Your a viewing Terramorphous the Invincible (small spoiler). It's a mission (You. Will. Die. (Seriously)) that you will recieve way later in the game and the area is accessible only via thousand cuts.


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See the bugs listed on this wiki page. Apparently weapons can fall down, disappear, move etc using weapon racks. Even a bigger problem, the staff of magus is a known bugged item on weapon racks. If you are playing on the pc, there are some dodgy solutions, but they focus more on weapon racks that are not usable, not the disappearing weapons. You could use ...


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You wouldn't be able to play any of them. PS4 doesn't support ps, ps2 or ps3 games. You can't re download them onto the console from the store for that reason. It is reasonable to assume that if Sony ever add support for, say, downloaded PS1 games then previously purchased titles will be available to you in the store. You can't use a USB stick or similar to ...


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It is not possible to migrate PC save files to the PS3. Even so, Dragon Age: Inquisition does not import save games from previous editions, which is what I believe you're trying to do. You can log into the Dragon Age Keep using an Origin login that is linked to your PS3 account and fill in the tapestry with the events that occurred in your previous Dragon ...


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No, you can't. There is no way to transfer your progress to Xbox from Playstation.


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I had a similar problem with my PS3, the problem turned out to be dirty controllers. The effect was much more noticeable when I wasn't playing a game as the controllers were not in constant use but symptoms were very similar, random inputs causing the menus to pop up and navigate the menus, usually in one direction constantly. The simplest solution was to ...


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The answer is based on language. If you have a game localized in a specific language which your game does not support for your region and you try to import that saved game, it will not work; however, if the save game is localized with multiple languages, one of which is yours, then it should work. Operative there is, 'should', and I say this because no game ...


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I would guess that game is using output format not supported by monitor. Select 2 channel HDMI and disable all audio output formats in options except for Linear PCM 44.1 and 48 kHz. See if that helps.


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You can control your PS3 and PS4 with your laptop or PC. The laptop doesn't have to be a certain brand. Even the Sony Vaio Remote Play software has been hacked to work on any Laptop. I also have this installed on my laptop currently. There are a few projects around controllers for the PS3 and PS4. An actively maintained project for your use case is GIMX. ...



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