Thursday, March 31, 2005

Kung fu fighting

Everybody was kung fu fighting...uhh...those boys were fast as fact it was a little bit frightening...uhh...those boys had expert timing...uhh. Ohhhhhh...

Sorry...retro song moment.

I finally figured out what the heck I was supposed to do to play Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon for my GBA. Well, ok, I consulted a walkthrough (which I got online somewhere) while I was playing but mostly I figured it out. You know a game's hard when you need a walkthrough all along the way. Bond games tend to be like this. Well, on some of the harder missions anyway. My Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets game is like that too. I've had to use a walkthrough all along the way, even to do the bean challenges, which really should be easy but they're not. Well, 1, 3, and 4 are easy, but 2 is hard, cause the beans are on crumbling blocks which you can't stand on for very long. And Harry's not a good jumper necessarily.

The main premise for level 1 of Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon is to beat the crud out of anybody you see. Basically anybody can be taken out in one hit except for the clubbers. You might get the crud beaten out of you in the process (if you're not careful) and maybe die once or twice (at which point you start the level over again) but you can do it. Just make sure you know how to jump (A) and that B is the primary action button instead of A. (On most console games and even most other GBA games, A is the main action button, not B).

Also note this: when you complete level 1, a still with Jen on it will appear. At the bottom is a box containing this: 8ND4. WRITE THIS DOWN!! This is a password, and in order to continue the game you started, you will need to enter it when prompted.

Ok, more later. Misty out.

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