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This seems to be for the ps vita.


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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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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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Unfortunately the answer is going to be the same. Your Macbook may have an HDMI port, but it's an HDMI Output, not an Input. The monitor is connected internally, so you don't have direct access to the monitor's inputs. This is the way laptops (and iMacs) are designed. The HDMI port you mentioned is for multi-monitor setups or for outputting to a projector - ...


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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 original PS3 used a cable that looks similar to a PC power cord, like this one: The newer "slim" PS3's use a a different plug-in that looks like this: The two are not interchangeable. If you look at the back of your PS3, it will be obvious which one you need. And yes, the correct power cable is the only piece of hardware you need to power a PS3.


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You can't—they are separate versions of the game. PE is Pocket Edition and its multiplayer servers are incompatible with other versions of the game.


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Yes, saves are forward compatible from the regular edition to legendary edition. Note, however, according to the official support page you may have issues going in reverse (from legendary to regular).


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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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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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PlayStation and PlayStation 2 memory cards, along with the Memory Stick Duo cards used by the PSP, all use flash memory which is a form non-volatile memory that doesn't need power to maintain its state. So they won't lose their saves the same way your old GameBoy cartridges did because they don't have batteries that can go dead. However nothing lasts ...


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No, a hard drive can only be used by one machine at a time. The PS3 also does not support playing games over a networked storage system so that's not an alternative.


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Did you try to connect the controller and PS3 with a mini USB cable? To make sure the controller still works as intended, did it work for your brother's device? If not, then the controller is likely to be faulty.


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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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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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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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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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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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No, there is no opportunity for cross-platform play in any version of Far Cry 4.


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There are some gray areas in this affirmation, the only thing 100% accurate is that he is a rude person and misunderstand the multiplayer architecture of the game. But you somewhat spoil the other players with you as reference as you spoil your game. The distance between you and the server affects the latency, in other words the time between an stimulus and ...


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According to the customer reviews on Amazon they work very well. For example: My husband bought this HDD for his PS3 Slim. It fits perfect and worked like a charm. He is happy as can be. And another one: Bought this hard drive to upgrade a PS3 with and everything went perfectly. Did a lot of research first and saw some pretty unfounded statements ...


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YLOD is, apparently, often caused by the not-so-good thermal paste on the CPU and RSX chips. (I know nothing about PS3 gaming but I looked up the YLOD and found this information.) It obviously isn't faulty hardware if other games work fine. Try using isopropyl alcohol to clean the thermal paste off the aforementioned chips and replace it with something ...


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I have a couple of suggestions that might come in handy that I got from a quick search: Clean up your PS3's drive and ensure that you have at least 2G of free space. Go into the saved data utility and delete all "corrupted file" items that you find there. These files will have the word "corrupted" in the name. Launch the game and open the game options ...


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If your PS3 controller has been unplugged and out of battery for a while, it wouldn't be able to maintain it's 'sync' with your PS3. You will need to attach a USB cable to the PS3 and the other end to the controller for them to sync up properly again. The other side of this, it's that the batteries in the PS3 controller have potentially degraded to the ...


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As long as it's downloaded and installed yes. Online multiplayer games require PSN but single-player games can be played offline. Also Once you've downloaded them onto two different systems they get greyed-out on your download list until you either call Sony and ask politely or just buy them again. You can play them for as long as you want until some erases ...


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You don't have to worry about installing the patch. I don't know where you have found people complaining about the patch, but there is actually no reason to do so as far as I know. The latest PS3 patches only fixed bugs. On the PS3 you only have the choice to install the latest patch or play the game completely unpatched and because the patches introduced ...


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Yes. As long as you've "activated" your console with the secondary account, you may use the games and DLC bought in it by different users on the same console. There may be some exceptions to this (I know of a single game and a couple of DLC), but to be on the safe side, on the store's product page, look for the disclaimer One time fee for use of ...


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There will be no issues playing a European version of almost any game on an American PlayStation 3, or with a United States account, as PlayStation 3 is (almost entirely) region free, at least, for physical games. Since this is common knowledge for me, being a sales assistant in an electronic retailer, I did a quick search for validity. Mostly forums, but ...


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It's possible you may need to reset the PS3's video settings: Plug your PS3 into your TV Turn it on and keep your finger on the power button. It will beep when it turns on, and then beep once more whilst you're holding the PS3 (about 5 seconds after holding it). On that second beep, release the power button. This will make the PS3 re-set the video ...


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Boot to main menu, plug the controller in charging cord, sync controller with console, and then press and hold the PS button for few seconds, the console should show you controller menu, showing charge level as well. If it shows "--" instead of charge level (bars inside battery icon) then that means that battery in controller is dead.



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