Each week, X3F tips gamers to the tricks of the trade of Achievement hoarding in Points>Life. Every week a new achievement is unlocked to help you continue your unhealthy obsession with the Xbox 360 meta-game.
This week on Points>Life we're giving you nothing! Well, actually what we're doing is going back and recapping the tips we've given you and added a little postmortem comment. After releasing each feature the X3F Army shared best practices on other methods to obtain similar achievements.
This week we go back to the last eight weeks of tips and tricks, so if you're new to Points>Life ... today is your day!
Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare
Ep.01 -- Points>Life: One Shot, One Kill
Gamers found this tip helpful overall, also stating that hiding in the ticket booth near the bumper car circuit helpful to get this Veteran Difficulty achievement.
Ep.02 -- Points>Life: Hungry? It's the Famine Skull!
Readers told us that using a friend as a human boost or driving a vehicle to the position near the skull helped obtain this skull based achievement.
Ep.03 -- Points>Life: You So Flippin' Crazy
In the video we say this achievement is possible with other vehicles besides the one used (from the DLC) but commenters have told us it's impossible. Keep that in mind looking to score this one.
Ep.04 -- Points>Life: Perfecting Polarity
Other than telling us our epic run failed in spots, commenters agreed this one is was a pretty solid look at getting the an 'A' rank on the first level in the legendary shooter on XBLA.
Half-Life 2: The Orange Box
Ep.05 -- Points>Life: Your Own Worst Enemy
Almost copping out and giving away one of the easiest points ever, we turn around and tip readers off to earning nearly every point in Team Fortress 2.
Grand Theft Auto IV
Ep.06 -- Points>Life: Six Golden Stars
Tipsters told us that driving through the subway system on a motorcycle is another sure fire way to get the Six Star Wanted Level achievement in GTAIV.
Rainbow Six Vegas
Ep.07 -- Points>Life: The Beginning and the End
This tip showcased using equipment and a glitch that allows gamers to bypass the entire final level.
Rainbow Six Vegas 2
Ep.08 -- Points>Life: Fire It Up!
This glitch showed off how to trigger a never-ending stream of enemies to help build your rank. One tipster sent us a YouTube link that showcased another way to pull this off, but it relies on your squad who can be problematic.
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