Hi guys another dumb question, i recieved that guide (see previous thread) and it says that you can play a challenge mode in exibition mode. Its not in exibition though (at all). I go to shopzone at the main screen and that takes me there but it won't let me participate in any of the challenges. I've finished career mode and have bought everything you can. Why woun't it let me play the challenges???
It's been a long time since I actually played, but I believe the challenges are in Exhibition mode. That is to say, if one of the challenges is "make Kane bleed, any character, Hard difficulty", start a normal Exhibition match, pick any character versus Kane, make sure you're on Hard and make Kane bleed. When the match is over, you'll get a popup saying the challenge has been completed
Before you can attempt any challenges, you have to set the match up. Every challenge must be done under _default_ rules and in single player. I can't stress this enough,. If you think you've completed the challenge but aren't getting credit for it, you probably set it up wrong. Go into options and match rules, and choose "set to default". Yes, the time limit must be set for 15 minutes. It makes some challenges tougher, but those are the rules. Now, go into in game options and set the difficulty level. The difficulty level you need depends on the challenge. Remember, you CAN complete multiple challenges in one match, which makes things easier and less tedious.
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You're right on Pokemon. I bought FireRed and Diamond, that's it so far. And mario Party is....ugh. But I wouldn't paint all of Nintendo's franchises with that brush. Do they rely on the first party mascots? Yeah, of course.