• In Final Fantasy Record Keeper, how do you get over the 120 Difficulty hump?

    I have been playing Final Fantasy Record Keeper for a while now off and on. I'm pretty casual about it, its more about collecting for me than completing the game. On the other hand, I have hit a wall. I'd like to get into Nightmare dungeons, but I have great difficulty with any mission over 120 in difficulty. I can clear them sometimes,... show more
    I have been playing Final Fantasy Record Keeper for a while now off and on. I'm pretty casual about it, its more about collecting for me than completing the game. On the other hand, I have hit a wall. I'd like to get into Nightmare dungeons, but I have great difficulty with any mission over 120 in difficulty. I can clear them sometimes, but usually only by spend Mitheral on a boosted restart. Is there any kind of general advice you can give for completing the higher difficulties?
    Video & Online Games · 6 months ago
  • Why won't Yahoo!Answers sort its results anymore?

    I do a search for a question I would like to answer It defaults the results to most "relevant" (which usually isn't). I try to get to newest, so I can see questions that aren't three years old and still open, and it doesn't change the sort. Trying the other sort options is the same, you cannot seem to sort the questions... show more
    I do a search for a question I would like to answer It defaults the results to most "relevant" (which usually isn't). I try to get to newest, so I can see questions that aren't three years old and still open, and it doesn't change the sort. Trying the other sort options is the same, you cannot seem to sort the questions anymore, you just have to accept the default.
    4 answers · Yahoo Answers · 4 years ago
  • Do you know of a pen-and-paper RPG with a good construction mechanic?

    First, I am look for pen-and-paper style RPGs, not video games, so please don't recommend those. What I am interested in is an RPG with an interesting way to build things. Particularly spaceships, mecha (giant robots), or other vehicles, but interesting character building would also be appreciated. This is the list of systems I am already... show more
    First, I am look for pen-and-paper style RPGs, not video games, so please don't recommend those. What I am interested in is an RPG with an interesting way to build things. Particularly spaceships, mecha (giant robots), or other vehicles, but interesting character building would also be appreciated. This is the list of systems I am already aware of, and don't need recommended again: And because most of these games have multiple settings, be aware that when I mention one I am referring to every edition of that game. GURPS Pathfinder Dungeons and Dragons Eclipse Phase Mekton Zeta Cyperpunk and Cybergeneration Shadowrun Any system by White Wolf All the various Palladium systems Mutants and Masterminds Hero System d20 Modern (and Future) Any Star Wars setting Any Star Trek setting Babylon 5 Traveler Battletech Fantasy Craft Spy Craft The various Guardians of Order systems Alpha Omega Chronicles of the Void
    1 answer · Other - Games & Recreation · 4 years ago
  • In Final Fantasy X HD, what difference does the expert sphere grid make?

    I know the new Final Fantasy X HD is the "International" version that wasn't released in the US. The International version includes a setting for the Sphere Grid called 'Expert mode'. I know that Expert Mode rearranges the grid and starts everyone in the center, but that's all I know. Does Expert Mode make the game... show more
    I know the new Final Fantasy X HD is the "International" version that wasn't released in the US. The International version includes a setting for the Sphere Grid called 'Expert mode'. I know that Expert Mode rearranges the grid and starts everyone in the center, but that's all I know. Does Expert Mode make the game harder or does it just let you customize the characters more easily?
    2 answers · Video & Online Games · 5 years ago
  • How can I download a video off of YouTube permanently to my iPad?

    I have the latest generation iPad with wi-fi. There's this song I really like on YouTube that I haven't managed to find anywhere else. The YouTube app is good, but it has a tendency to forget the latest video if I don't keep it's attention and I am not always in a place where I can re-download the video. Is there a way to... show more
    I have the latest generation iPad with wi-fi. There's this song I really like on YouTube that I haven't managed to find anywhere else. The YouTube app is good, but it has a tendency to forget the latest video if I don't keep it's attention and I am not always in a place where I can re-download the video. Is there a way to pernamently download the video to memory so I don't have to worry about it? Or even better, does anyone know where I can download this and the other Hymmnos songs as MP3 files? Ar Tonelico III - EXEC_COSMOFLIPS/. KOKIA http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MeSUaKHRz...
    YouTube · 6 years ago
  • IPad data transfer when I change computers?

    I just got a new computer. As I understand it iPads won't synch to a new computer unless they are factory reset, which also trashes their data. I really don't want to lose some of my program files, but fortunately I still have the computer that the iPad was originally synched to and it works. (Sorta) If I preform once last backup of... show more
    I just got a new computer. As I understand it iPads won't synch to a new computer unless they are factory reset, which also trashes their data. I really don't want to lose some of my program files, but fortunately I still have the computer that the iPad was originally synched to and it works. (Sorta) If I preform once last backup of my iPad on the old computer, can I then take the files (particularly the apps) transfer them to the new computer and restore them? And if I do so, will my saves within the apps be preserved, or will I have to start over?
    1 answer · PDAs & Handhelds · 6 years ago
  • I'm looking for an RPG with a good construction mechanic.?

    First, I am look for pen-and-paper style RPGs, not video games, so please don't recommend those. What I am interested in is an RPG with an interesting way to build things. Particularly spaceships, mecha (giant robots), or other vehicles, but interesting character building would also be appreciated. This is the list of systems I am already... show more
    First, I am look for pen-and-paper style RPGs, not video games, so please don't recommend those. What I am interested in is an RPG with an interesting way to build things. Particularly spaceships, mecha (giant robots), or other vehicles, but interesting character building would also be appreciated. This is the list of systems I am already aware of, and don't need recommended again: And because most of thses games have multiple settings, be aware that when I mention one I am refering to every edition of that game. GURPS Pathfinder Dungeons and Dragons Eclipse Phase Mekton Zeta Cyperpunk and Cybergeneration Shadowrun Any system by White Wolf All the various Palladium systems Mutants and Masterminds Hero System d20 Modern (and Future) Any Star Wars setting Any Star Trek setting Babylon 5 Travelers Battletech Fantasy Craft Spy Craft The various Guardians of Order systems Alpha Omega
    2 answers · Other - Games & Recreation · 6 years ago
  • How is the performance of this laptop?

    I'm looking at buying a Toshiba Satellite P870 as a replacement for my currently dying laptop. This will be my main computer, and as such I would like it to run some specific programs. The specs are: Intel® Core™ i7-3610QM Processor 2.30GHz (3.30GHz with Turbo Boost Technology 2.0), 6MB L3 Cache Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium 64-bit,... show more
    I'm looking at buying a Toshiba Satellite P870 as a replacement for my currently dying laptop. This will be my main computer, and as such I would like it to run some specific programs. The specs are: Intel® Core™ i7-3610QM Processor 2.30GHz (3.30GHz with Turbo Boost Technology 2.0), 6MB L3 Cache Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium 64-bit, SP1 12GB DDR3 1600MHz SDRAM (4GB + 4GB + 4GB) 256GB SSD (Solid State Disk, Serial ATA) (Boot Drive) 640GB 2nd HDD (5400rpm, Serial-ATA) 2GB GDDR3 NVIDIA® GeForce® GT 630M with NVIDIA® Optimus™ Technology DVD SuperMulti drive harman/kardon® Quad speakers Intel® Wireless LAN (802.11b/g/n) + Intel® Wireless Display Ready* + Bluetooth® v.4.0 How will this preform for the following games at medium or better? Guild Wars 2 (this is the important one) Saints Row 3 Civilization 5 (also a really wanted game) Anno 2070 Diablo 3 Fallout 3 Skyrim
    1 answer · Laptops & Notebooks · 6 years ago
  • I need help choosing a laptop brand?

    Well it seems my current laptop is on the way out. Errors and problems are piling up and it's seriously getting on my nerves. Normally I'd just order another HP laptop, but I've really not been happy with their customer service lately. The thing is that I'm a little out of date on all the other manufactures and I'm not sure... show more
    Well it seems my current laptop is on the way out. Errors and problems are piling up and it's seriously getting on my nerves. Normally I'd just order another HP laptop, but I've really not been happy with their customer service lately. The thing is that I'm a little out of date on all the other manufactures and I'm not sure who to go with instead. What I want is a couple of suggestions for a good company to get my new laptop from. There are a few things that the laptop needs to do, however, that may limit the suggestions. 1. The laptop is my primary computer, and hence needs to be capable of gaming as well as browsing. 2. An improved graphics card (or the option of customizing to one) is a must. 3. Switchable graphics (like HP uses) is something I'm hoping to avoid, it just complicates keeping your drivers up-to date. 4. It needs to be a PC laptop. 5. I don't need a fancy form factor, but I prefer at least a 15" monitor. 6. I'm not incredibly concerned about the price, but if the brand is expensive I want to get my money's worth, I'm not interested in buying a brand just to say I have the brand. 7. I don't need to to be so thin that it makes a paper-back look bulky. Thicker cases are fine. 8. And the battery pack needs to be replaceable. In my last search I discovered that a few laptop companies were integrating their batteries to be non-removable. Since I always end up replacing the batter at least once before getting a new laptop, that is not acceptable.
    3 answers · Laptops & Notebooks · 6 years ago
  • How can an HP 4100N detect non-standard cartridges?

    I have an HP 4100N printer. I also have a standard HP made, 61x toner cartridge. However because the HP cartridges are outrageously expensive, this particular cartridge was refilled by a professional agency. Yet the printer detects it as a "Non HP Cartridge" How can it tell? After all the cartridge was originally manufactured by HP.
    I have an HP 4100N printer. I also have a standard HP made, 61x toner cartridge. However because the HP cartridges are outrageously expensive, this particular cartridge was refilled by a professional agency. Yet the printer detects it as a "Non HP Cartridge" How can it tell? After all the cartridge was originally manufactured by HP.
    4 answers · Printers · 6 years ago
  • Can you help me with my jade plant?

    I am worried about my jade plant. 1. It has white fuzz at many of it's joints. The fuzz doesn't move, so I don't think it's a bug. 2. Also several of the joints are throwing out roots, even though they are no where near the ground. 3. It is rather steadily losing leaves. Does anyone know what this problem is and how I can... show more
    I am worried about my jade plant. 1. It has white fuzz at many of it's joints. The fuzz doesn't move, so I don't think it's a bug. 2. Also several of the joints are throwing out roots, even though they are no where near the ground. 3. It is rather steadily losing leaves. Does anyone know what this problem is and how I can fix it?
    4 answers · Other - Home & Garden · 6 years ago
  • How difficult is it to replace a PS3 hard drive?

    I have one of the really old backwards compatible 20gig PS3s. Unfortunately, thanks to all the system upgrades there is almost no room on the drive. I want to replace the drive with something larger, but I'm not quite sure how to go about this, especially since I want to copy everything on the 'old' drive to the new one. I'm... show more
    I have one of the really old backwards compatible 20gig PS3s. Unfortunately, thanks to all the system upgrades there is almost no room on the drive. I want to replace the drive with something larger, but I'm not quite sure how to go about this, especially since I want to copy everything on the 'old' drive to the new one. I'm assuming I don't need a special hard drive, and that any will do, but is there an easy way to copy and replace the PlayStation 3's hard drive?
    3 answers · PlayStation · 6 years ago
  • How much memory does an iPad user need?

    I was looking into getting one of the new iPads, but I note that they come in three 'sizes' 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB. I plan to play a fair number of games on the iPad, and have a number of books (many of which will be deleted when I am done with them), but am not planing on storing videos on it. How much memory am I really going to need?
    I was looking into getting one of the new iPads, but I note that they come in three 'sizes' 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB. I plan to play a fair number of games on the iPad, and have a number of books (many of which will be deleted when I am done with them), but am not planing on storing videos on it. How much memory am I really going to need?
    2 answers · PDAs & Handhelds · 7 years ago
  • Obsolescence aside, how long is an iPad expected to last?

    Physically I mean. Assume regular use, but no deliberate damage, how long will an iPad last before hardware failures start creeping in? I'm referring to things like: lost screen sensitivity, damaged memory, the battery no longer taking a full charge, that sort of thing. If you can please answer for the new iPad, but I will also accept... show more
    Physically I mean. Assume regular use, but no deliberate damage, how long will an iPad last before hardware failures start creeping in? I'm referring to things like: lost screen sensitivity, damaged memory, the battery no longer taking a full charge, that sort of thing. If you can please answer for the new iPad, but I will also accept answers referring to the older models.
    2 answers · PDAs & Handhelds · 7 years ago