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  1. my name is mayo...haha...not exactly what you're looking for but i'd recommend a wii(u)...my kids are 6 and 8 and they love it...often keeps them moving as a bonus and more friendly towards them both playing at the same time...tons of good titles that are age appropriate as well...
  2. there seems to be a common issue with having missions trigger from owned businesses...it would also seem that what triggers them vary for certain people so the solution to unblocking them might not be the same for everyone... you could try getting your car(s) out of the impound as a first step...you could then try making a new save in an empty slot and deleting your old save...quit the game, load the newly created save, and buy a new business with franklin...side note: keep at least one save with franklin where you do not own all his businesses...if none of your businesses are calling then you have narrowed down the issue...if the new business offers you missions and only the taxi company is not calling then you have also narrowed down the issue...if only the taxi company, the previously linked thread has a strategy where you will be flying by known taxi customer locations that you could then try... if none of the tips here or elsewhere on the net forums pan out then I think we are all at a loss as to what the issue could be and your only option might be to start a new game and buy the taxi company again unfortunately...good luck...
  3. questions: do you have any cars in the impound?... do you own the towing company?... have you completed all the tonya/towing missions?... have you tried buying other businesses with franklin (smoke on the water/los santos customs/etc. )?... edit: rather than just quote other help threads here is a link with ideas that have not yet been covered in this one: https://gtaforums.com/topic/693430-downtown-cab-co-private-fare-not-working/
  4. question : if I made videos of all the car spawns and shortcuts (making each race about 5 mins) would you bother watching them?...i'm asking because I thought about it but then thought that the time saved would just be spent watching vids so not really a time-saver in the end... also, picking a faster car mid-race doesn't usually save much time for the average player in my experience...i've tested this before...the animation for getting out of your car and into a new one is 10+ seconds long, and that's if you stop right next to it...you won't make up that much time in a given race so stick with the minivan (or other crappy car) if it's all you can find at the start...haha...
  5. AWP

    based on the guide, you should be fine...it's more glitchy connection-type issues you should be concerned about, not unlucky/unskillful/inexperienced gameplay errors...that being said, if you spend the whole race smashing things up in a lobby with a large number of racers it can make the game lag considerably which in turn might (or might not) affect the trophy...also just a reminder that, although it might be annoying, keeping a record of these types of races via checklist markings is never a bad idea...
  6. overall I didn't find fubar too difficult...there are a couple tricky sections where you'll need to figure out where the best locations to take cover are and which guns to pick up/conserve ammo for...quick snapping headshots are always a good technique for this type of difficulty run as well...i think you'll find it reasonable...
  7. three suggestions: buy the tow truck company...(this fixed it for me...) commit suicide with a grenade... go online...roam around for a minute or two...go back to singleplayer...some people have reported that making a new quick save then loading it before going online also helps... important notes: you need to be playing as franklin...you should expect the phone call after about a week of in game time upon purchasing the cab co....
  8. don't have a ton of games played on ps4 yet but so far red dead redemption 2 wins as worst for me...i actually enjoyed the collectable and side quest stuff far more than the story...only game I've skipped cutscenes in since I was a kid...although typical of r*, no ng+ was a major buzzkill as well...
  9. I'll likely be dead in 30 years so that's my hypothesis...dead...trophy hunting will be dead...
  10. nice and upbeat...
  11. to be simple, I'd say if you have to get motivated to play video games, you're doing it wrong...
  12. all vids here have been deleted... i used the sister site vita guide for ps3 and it was good...can be found here: https://www.playstationtrophies.org/game/batman-arkham-origins-blackgate/guide/ I think I just used the pause menu map for collectibles...bad memory...does that make sense?...if not, here's a walkthrough...
  13. only slightly related...not scary but the sound when you pick the lock on lockers in bully and the lasergewehr in wolfenstein have the same sound effect...every time I was picking lockers I would think "oh $hit, the supersoldaten is gonna catch me"...
  14. I'm gonna have to vote that this is not the worst post game grind ever...unpopular opinion : I kind of enjoyed it...i like the gameplay quite a bit and I'd like to share my experience to perhaps lighten the load on some...bear in mind that I think the turnoff for most was that it seems they were trying to rush the trophies solo...can't comment on how enjoyable this is as that was not my approach nor do I have tons of hours available for gaming on a daily basis... first off, I highly recommend the deep pocket perk that allows you to store all the hammer weapons and the ammo upgrade, both in the muscle category I believe...i also recommend going for dieselhammer kills as early as possible...check it periodically and see how full if is...if full, use it up and then check the other hammer and kraftwerk weapons and repeat with all... next up, co-op...i played the story and all missions with a friend on easy first time around (we got slaughtered by the first boss on normal and switched it down)...we then did a 2nd run on challenging where I cleaned up all the collectibles..both very good and unique in terms of play style...after this I was kind of like "what do I do now?"... the guide here seems to focus on solo play and repetitive grinding, which is fine...although it probably is the fastest method, i tried this for coins but found it pretty stale after repeating the first two sections of the first mission stealthily about 5 times...so I tried the "quickmatch" option and it brought back all the fun...i basically finished up most of the rest of the trophies this way... the majority of players I linked up with were either halfway through the story or just starting to do the side missions after completing the story which gives some pretty good payouts compared to repeating missions...i would log on, do the daily/weekly challenges for a bit of fun (the rewards are menial) then quickmatch it up... there were a couple times where I couldn't find anyone online so I just zipped through all the levels and undergrounds in order hitting up all the crates (having the perk which makes them appear on the minimap helps), killing all the enemies, and completing any objectives that came up...i'm guessing this is not at all the fastest way to plat but it was pretty fun since play style would vary depending on who my partner was... another thing I noticed was that the guide says you need level 80 or something to get all abilities...this is incorrect if you do quickmatches since many (maybe all?) of the side missions give an ability point...due to this, I was able to buy all abilities at level 65... I have to say I did enjoy the gameplay but was a little disappointed in the deluxe edition contents and the lack of missions for a full price game...$55 cad here...with only 6 replayable missions and very limited content afterwards I did feel that the trophies were a little pointless in the sense that it felt like a full list for half a game...but worst post game grind ever?...nope...boring as heck if you try to grind for hours solo to earn the trophies as quickly as possible?...likely, yes...
  15. I think I started wolfenstein 2 about a year ago...i was just about to start mein leiben when one of my most anticipated games, rdr2, came out...contrary to most, I found the singleplayer a snorefest but played the online several months with friends and thoroughly enjoyed it till it became all patchy patch nerfy nerf...the collection of games on my shelf were calling out to me and I was in an event here so started other great titles... i'll eventually get around to my mein leiben playthrough although I have no idea when...i'm waiting for a bit of down time in my daily life stuff since this time of year sees money practically raining down from the sky and I like to take full advantage it...business usually calms down briefly around christmas holiday season so perhaps I'll pick it back up then...not in any particular rush...might even wait till next year or the one after that...no shortage of fun in the meantime...really enjoying dragon age...massive game by the looks of it...