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How To: Beat the P.E.C. challenges in Splinter Cell Conviction

Sam Fisher is back and boy is he mad! The man, as well as the iconic goggles, are back in Splinter Cell: Conviction for the PS3 and Xbox 360. Aside from the original story mode, the game also offers a bunch of great P.E.C. challenges that are sure to keep gamers busy. Some of these challenges are easy to complete, while others are extremely difficult and require great skill to complete. So in this helpful tutorial from the people at IGN, you'll find out how to rule the challenges using some h...

How To: Defeat the Treasure Hunter challenge in Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare

All of you should be familiar with Treasure Hunter Challenges in Red Dead Redemption. You search the Treasure Maps and find all the treasure located within the lands of Read Dead. Well, in the newest DLC, Undead Nightmare, there's 5 more treasures you need to find to complete the Treasure Hunter Challenge. These won't give you money, but they will give you some ammunition, and perhaps even Undead Treasure Hunter - Legendary (which is max rank).

How To: Beat the Paging Dr. Joker Challenge in Batman: Arkham Asylum for PS3

Batman: Arkham Asylum was widely considered the game of the year for 2009, and it's popularity has endured largely because of it's many challenges and goals for advanced players to complete. In the PS3 version of the game, there are a number of challenges where they player can take the role of the Joker and cause some of the mayhem that Batman fights so hard to stop. This video will show you how to complete the Paging Dr. Joker challenge as quickly as possible.

How To: Respond to a CAPTCHA challenge on a website

Even if you don't know what CAPTCHA stands for, you've more than likely run into them while browsing the Internet. It is actually a test to differentiate between humans and computers. In this clip from the folks at Butterscotch, you'll learn how to respond to CAPTCHA challenges when, for example, signing up for a website. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, and to get started asserting your own humanity, watch this home-computing how-to.

How To: Complete the B-Line 1 challenge in Wet

In the video game Wet, you take on the role as Rubi. A woman with a bad temper, that you really don't want to mess with. Messing with a woman with two guns and a mean sword is not a smart idea. In this tutorial, you'll find out how to complete the B-Line 1 challenge in under 15 seconds! These challenges are difficult to complete so take your time! Good luck!

How To: Complete the Get Stoned challenge in God of War 3

This tutorial will take the term, getting stones, to a whole new level. In God of War 3, there are a set of challenges that you can complete that range from easy to difficult. They all vary depending on how good you are. In this video, you'll find out how to complete the Get Stoned challenge using some helpful hints and tricks. It's pretty difficult to complete, but totally worth it. So good luck and enjoy!

How To: Complete the Hades Kids challenge in God of War 3

God of War 3 is an awesome game with beautiful visuals and great fighting moves. No wonder it's one of the greatest games ever on the PS3. But despite story mode, there are also challenges that need to be completed. These will pit you against a timer and require all your fighting skills to be out in full force. In this tutorial, you'll discover how to complete the Hades Kids challenge using some helpfult tips from the video. So sit back and enjoy!

News: HoloLens Challenge #16 Winner Brings the Cowbell

James Ashley, Atlanta-based Microsoft MVP and author of Beginning Kinect Programming with Microsoft Kinect, has been running monthly challenges since around the release of the HoloLens Developers Kits. Each month, those of us who follow what happens in the community can look forward to seeing what creative ideas come out of these challenges. It has been a treat, to say the least, and who knows ... maybe one of us here at Next Reality even won one of these before his time here.

News: WTFoto's Hobo Advice Challenge Winners!

Howdy, hobos! Last week's WTFoto challenge meandered on much like its namesake, the vagrant. We had a couple good submissions that warmed my heart with laughter. I thought my examples were pretty on point, but my confidence is pretty low right now because I failed a recent IQ test. For your amusement, here are those awesome remixes of the Hobo Image Macro! Did they measure up?

News: And the Winner of the Phone Snap Funny Face Challenge Is...

Congratulations to Kyle B Richardson, the winner of our very last Phone Snap Challenge! Thanks to all who submitted their silly funny face photos for this week's challenge, as well as all previous Phone Snap challenges. Unfortunately all good things must come to an end, and it is time for Phone Snap to come to a close, but please feel free to continue to utilize the Phone Snap community corkboard to continue to share your best cell phone photos.

How To: Answer to Scrabble Challenge #20

It's sad to say, but I will no longer be writing up anymore Scrabble Challenges. Frankly, I just don't have the time to make them now. And though they are incredibly fun and "challenging" to conjure up, I'm not sure that people are finding them as useful as I had hoped. But really, it all comes down to time. So, unless I have a future craving for puzzle-making, last week's Scrabble Challenge #20 was the last one.

Scrabble Challenge #10: Would You Play a Phoney Word to Win?

A phoney word in a game of Scrabble is basically a non-valid word, either played or considered being played. Why? To fool the other player and go from losing to winning. It's perfectly acceptable in Scrabble play, but only if you don't get caught. If the other player challenges your play, then you'll be forced to remove it and your turn will be skipped. That right there—not fun.

How To: Play inversions of triads on the guitar

As a guitar player, you will be faced with various challenges in your career, and one of those are being able to blend in with your rhythm section without stepping on anybody elses toes. One way is playing inversions of triads to give a fresh and unique sound to your rhythm and lead guitar playing. In this video you will learn about rearranging triad shapes to make inversions.

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