Kicking my @ss!
Posted 29 August 2011 - 05:03 AM
My problem is that after a while instead of focusing on the moves, I start mashing buttons like Joe Cocker having a seizure; and from what I hear and have read, one has to be precise in order to win the extreme challenges...which is where I am.
I sure could use some tips from those who have successfully beaten all the Combat Challenges.
Posted 29 August 2011 - 03:50 PM
Thanks in advance..
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Posted 31 August 2011 - 09:29 PM
Just don't be afraid to wing it and play however suits you...i tried this at first, couldn't do it, stopped for a long time, came back, and did them all in like 4 hours...of course, i DID practice by fighting all the henchmen outside the "Party" and repeated until i could do it without getting touched/getting consistent high combos
Posted 31 August 2011 - 10:25 PM
...of course, i DID practice by fighting all the henchmen outside the "Party" and repeated until i could do it without getting touched/getting consistent high combos
Hey........now there is an idea! I will definitely use that tip to sharpen my skills before hitting the remaining challenges!
Posted 01 September 2011 - 09:30 PM
Although I still haven't passed them, I took your advice and practiced a bit at "The Party", and have been improving my combo's...I am hoping this bit of practice will follow me to the remaining Combat Challenges I am working on. I'll let ya' know how it goes as I am gonna' give them a whirl later on tonight.
Posted 02 September 2011 - 09:40 PM
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Posted 18 October 2011 - 03:16 AM
- Take your time. You have more time than you think to get to your next move in a combo. If you panic, jump over an enemy and it will not break your combo. Batman has supreme range on his moves, and will leap across the room to hit someone if you point the stick correctly. Button-mashing will get you nowhere.
- Perfect Combos. There are many combinations you can use. Learn to do one consistently. Always start each round of a challenge with a perfect combo.
- Round 1. Especially on the Extreme challenges, I wouldn't even continue to Round 2 unless I got Round 1 perfect with one giant combo. A good start will save you frustration if you make a minor mistake later on.
- Enemy types. It is critical to pay attention to the type of enemies around you. You have to stun a knife guy before hitting him. You have to hop over stun baton guys before hitting them. On the maps where guys go for guns (Sewer Bat Extreme, Shock and Awe Extreme), make every attempt to get the guys before they get the guns.
- Take your time. Seriously. There is no better advice out there than this. Only one enemy will attack you at a time. You can always initiate a counter, even if you're halfway into an attack.
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Posted 13 November 2011 - 01:30 AM
One of the best tips I can give you is when you are getting low on goons to smack around. Use the bat cable and pull 3 goons towards you and jump over one of them they will fall to the ground. You can get two ground and pounds in before they get up. so take out two and use the cable trick this will keep you combo and give you huge multipliers if you had a high combo going into the cable/ground and pound trick.
The above advice is very useful for racking up points. One thing I'd like to add is that you can start doing the above at six goons left by knocking three thugs down with batarangs then use the batclaw to pull the other three toward you, evade over, then ground pound one or two of them depending on you time and thugs in your vicinity. Then just repeat until all the thugs are ktfo.
Be sure to always evade over a thug to keep your combo going and save instant takedowns for knife wielders.
Posted 13 November 2011 - 12:09 PM
After reading through all these tips people have gave you, i would say the pay attention to type of enemy is the best one as its normally the guys with weapons that brake your combo. Along with that i found repatition was my friend, i choose one then stuck with it till i finished it rarther than jumping from one to the other which probably accounts for alot of the frustration, but it gets the job done. The enemies spawn and attack the same way pretty much every time so it becomes easy it remember who is coming from where and what attack you need to use to keep your combo going.
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