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How To: Earn the "Should Auld Acquaintance" Achievement in BioShock: Infinite

Is there anything better than finding a couple dollars sitting in your coat pocket that you forgot about? Well, after checking my trophy list for BioShock: Infinite, I realized that unlocking 1999 mode is actually an achievement. Hooray me. The achievement trophy is called "Should Auld Acquaintance", and instead of beating the game in easy, normal, or hard difficulty, you can just use the Konami code (found here) to skip right to 1999 mode and get that trophy.

How To: Earn the "Sightseer" Achievement in BioShock: Infinite

If you haven't heard the buzz about BioShock: Infinite, then you for sure are not cool enough to read this. We've been dishing out a few of the game's achievements and trophies, and we have another ready for you guys. While this one might not be as cool as the Heartbreaker or Aerial Assassin achievements, it still needs to get done. In order to complete the "Sightseer" achievement (or trophy), you're going to need to find and use 100 percent of the telescopes and kinetoscopes throughout Colum...

How To: Earn the "Industrial Accident" Achievement in BioShock: Infinite

If you enjoy merking baddies in BioShock: Infinite, then this achievement (aka trophy) should be a pretty fun one to go after. The "Industrial Accident" achievement is unlocked after killing 20 enemies with the Skyhook. In order to perform a Skyhook kill, you will need your enemy to be at low health and then press Y on the Xbox 360, Triangle on the PS3, and Space on the PC. It has been suggested to complete this achievement earlier on in the game since the enemies will naturally be a little e...

How To: Earn the "Aerial Assassin" Achievement in BioShock: Infinite

BioShock: Infinite may have just come out today, but that doesn't mean there aren't some good walkthroughs for it already. If you're the kind of gamer that digs unlocking all of the achievements (aka trophies), then here's one for you—the Aerial Assassin. In order to complete this task, you will need to kill 20 enemies with the Skyline Strike. You will be able to pick up the Skyhook weapon (needed for the Skyline Strike) in the natural progression of the game; no need to go searching for it. ...

How To: Earn the "A Real Pistol" Achievement in BioShock: Infinite

BioShock: Infinite just came out today, and some people will no doubt play the game all of the way through with the object of beating the game. Others, though, will not only want to beat the game, but will want to earn every single achievement (or trophy) possible—and the A Real Pistol achievement is one of the very first (and easiest) ones you can get. In order to complete this task, you will need to kill 25 enemies with the Broadsider Pistol. You can pick up a Broadsider Pistol in the first...

How To: Unlock the Hellish "1999 Mode" Early in BioShock: Infinite with These Secret Konami Codes

We all know about partying like it's 1999, but what about gaming like it's 1999? The folks over at Irrational Games, the studio behind the new BioShock: Infinite, which was just released today, decided to go a little retro and include a hidden game mode for the most hardcore gamers. By default, the game starts out with the normal Easy, Medium, and Hard difficulties, with "1999 Mode" made available only after you beat the game. But if you enter in one these secret Konami codes provided below, ...

How To: Gain Mass XP Using the Black Hat PDA in Call of Duty: Black Ops 2

Creating a class in Black Ops 2 is kind of like an art form. Every player has an insane amount of options for creating a character for all sorts of situations. Combining perks, with secondary weapons, and attachments allows for a wide range of killing options. But in order to unlock a lot of these perks and attachments, you need to gain XP. Gaining XP and collecting tokens is the lifeblood of the online gaming experience.

How To: 12 More Totally Kickass Emblem Designs for Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 (And How to Make Them)

Yes—we're back with another roundup of totally kickass emblem designs. Why? Because there's so many of them, thanks to Treyarch's revamped emblem editor in Call of Duty: Black Ops 2. There's more layers and brighter colors, which means more badass designs. If you missed the first roundup for Black Ops 2 emblems, be sure to check it out after this. This time, let's take a look at these impressive emblems, which include the Anonymous mask, an Angry Birds Iron Man hybrid, Cammy from Street Fight...

How To: Find the Atari Easter Egg in the Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 Map Nuketown 2025

One of the most popular (but smallest) maps in the first Call of Duty: Black Ops was Nuketown. The tiny map allowed for maximum death tolls, making it an awesome map to play (and die) on. In the latest Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, that map returns in the form of Nuketown 2025, a futuristic version of the same level. It was available for free on November 13th to anyone who pre-ordered the game, purchased a launch copy, or purchased the Hardened or Care Package special editions of the game, thoug...

How To: Unlock All of the Secret Diamond Camouflage in Call of Duty: Black Ops 2

Unlocking weapons skins is a great way to show off your weapon efficiency and flash some sweet gear. The diamond camouflage in Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 can be accessed by unlocking every single camouflage in a said category. So, if you want the diamond camouflage for your Assault Rifle class, you will need to unlock all of the skins for each gun in the Assault Rifle class. Once gold is unlocked, you will have access to the diamond camouflage.

How To: Successfully Prestige in Call of Duty: Black Ops 2

The new Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 is the hottest game on the market right now, and there's no doubt it'll end up being the most unwrapped gaming gift come Christmas morning. The first-person shooter hopes to carry on the tradition of its many predecessors in bringing the most action-packed gaming modes, along with a high-replay value, to its legions of fans.

How To: Make Your Xbox 360 Games Region Free

You've had your Xbox 360 for a few years now and your game collection is pretty extensive. Maybe it's not that extensive, but it's still substantial. Now imagine that you live in Europe and you're moving to the United States. I don't know why—maybe your dad got a job offer. Don't ask me, ask your parents. They're the ones that are making you move. Anyways, as most Xbox users know, games are coded by region. Games that work in Europe might not work in the United States. Does this mean you shou...

How To: Get Free Microsoft Points with Xbox LIVE's New Rewards Program

We all expect a little something on our birthdays, so why should those expectations drop when we are talking about our gaming systems? Microsoft has started handing out birthday gifts to its Xbox LIVE Gold members with their new MyAchievements rewards program. Those eligible for the gift will automatically receive the offer on their dashboard. To be eligible for the free gift, you must be:

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