Bionic Bikini Part 2 Walkthrough

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In lieu of doing reviews of new chapters of CYOA books I’ve already reviewed, I’ll just do the walkthroughs for them. In most cases the new chapters will follow the same lines of the first chapter so reviewing them would be like reviewing the first part again. Of course if the chapter is radically different from previous chapters or even a sequel to the previous story then I’ll give it a proper review, but today’s not that day. Anywho recap: You’re Zachary Johnson, the last great private investigator of the future. Even before the first part of Bionic Bikini Zach is famous (saved the world a couple of time), well connected, and carries around advanced tech. In Part 1 he (being you), had a mental showdown with psychic pizza server, tussled with some smart gorillas, stopped an opportunistic scientist from high-level corporate sabotage that could’ve have buggered up the world. All of that – and only at the tail end of it does Bionic Bikini is even mentioned. I still don’t know what it does, but something tells me that’s going to change in Part 2:





  • Forget
  • Slide
  • No time
  • Heat signatures
  • Hack
  • Cloaking
  • Shoot him now
  • Electric charge
  • Reason
  • Deceive
  • Leave them
  • Entertain
  • Shock
  • Jolt him good
  • She’ll go away
  • Convince her
  • Lie
  • Romantic partner
  • Disguise HARV
  • Hack
  • Pretend
  • Take shot
  • Play possum
  • Knife
  • Stealth
  • Ask for help
  • Helena Gevada
  • Impersonate Electra
  • World News Now
  • Pretend
  • Taunt







Trailer-Rama: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014)


Haters are going to hate people, haters are going to hate. They’re gonna hate the concept, they’re gonna hate the actors, they’re gonna hate the CG, they’re gonna hate the story, they’re gonna hate the soundtrack, they’re gonna hate the fight scenes, they’re gonna hate the producers, they’re gonna hate for hate sake and they’re certainly gonna hate Micheal Bay. However people; if you watch this trailer and see the potential, that maybe, just maybe, this new take on TMNT might be good, then, we here at the Armada, will salute you.




WTF/FTLOZ – Let it go (please)!


It didn’t have to come to this…


Hey everyone, remember the pop-culture diarrhea known as The Harlem Shake? Well I did and it was one of the most musically stupidest things of the last year. Well guess what? I found the most musically annoying thing of this year: ‘Let it go’. For the few lucky people who don’t know what I’m talking about ‘Let it go’ is a musical number from the Disney animated movie “Frozen‘. Now I never watched the movie before (although I may in the future), but I know the song is from the movie, and how do I know that? Because every radio station in creation has told me before they start playing the song, and YouTube, forget about it, they are ridiculous.  So here and now I say: No more Let it go, no more on the radio, no more on YouTube, no more singing it to yourself – that song is banned in the Armada. It’s not a bad song people, but it’s soooooo whiny I can’t it anymore – plus the one millionth time is fine but one millionth & one, that’s where I draw the line. So to kick off the anti Let it go campaign here’s some video for viewing pleasure. Enjoy!







That’s Gamertainment – Team Snow Fortess


Well people Spring is finally here (though depending where you are, you’re still getting snow oddly enough) and a lot of people are glad about that fact. Indeed this Winter was not only tough but would come out of nowhere with ‘Thunder Snow’ and ‘Polar Vortexies’ a plenty. However certain you tubers made the best out of a frigid situation and decided what better way to use the white stuff than to make a parody video about one of the best shooters on the market today: Team Fortress 2. Something also tells me if there was  winter in TF2 land this is exactly how it would play out. Enjoy!




Game Review – Infamous: Second Son


Titanfall, despite being a fun multiplayer romp with mecha and parkour, didn’t quite measure up to the qualities of next gen. However the Infamous series is known for being bigger and better with every new game, so can this flagship title prove its case to the masses on PS4 superiority?





Infamous: Second Son stars not Cole McGrath, because he’s dead, but a next generation of Condit named Delsin Rowe – young rapscallion whose wants to fight against the man, man; even though he’s a rebel without a cause. That’s ok because the game will properly give him something to rage against in the form the D.U.P. Now I really don’t want to give away any more plot details because half the brilliance of the game is its story telling; let’s just say it’s way better than what TV is churning out lately. Anyway Second Son, like all Infamous game to date is sandbox style; players can run, jump, climb, fight and explore the non-fictional city of Seattle (the other cities in previous games were creative facsimiles). The DUP controls all of it and if any trooper or camera catches you being awesome (using your powers) they’ll be on you like the plague. However you can change that by causing little chaos; tagging buildings, breaking security cameras, taking out their check points, and of course cause lots n’ lots DUP property damage. Now before you go crazy I must tell you that the Karma system is back as well. Meaning, if you don’t mind the wrestling jargon here for the moment, depending how baby-faced (good) or heel (bad) you act in the game the more you affect the city and your powers. Speaking of powers; Cole’s Lightening maybe iconic (technically ionic… because lightning is made from a mass of ionization of the air… nm) but Delsin’s smoke powers are versatile and powerful. However throughout the story Delsin will be able to ‘acquire’ powers that make throwing bolts look boring. And now, the rating:







You know after getting PS4 there wasn’t much for the system to play on, no backwards compatibility, really boring and/or confusing downloadable games (I’m looking at you Playstation Plus games), and the PS4 wasn’t even the my first of the next gen consoles to get. However life has a way of flipping the script on you; as thanks to Infamous: Second Son my faith in the PS4 has been restored. The game is a masterwork of storytelling, gameplay, digital artistry. Delsin is great change of protagonist for the series as he’s young but realistic guy who would act like many of us if we suddenly got superpowers; Cole was a descent enough guy but sometimes a bit to stoic. The world is also incredibly alive with activity from DUP patrols to those guys spinning signs on the street corner, and all of it at the whims of the player. Use your power to reach new heights and explore Seattle like a guy who can turn into smoke only can. Your enemies range from the conventional to the otherworldly, each with their own tactics and abilities that can push you to the limit. I could go on all day – in fact there is so much that this game does right that nitpicks are the only negatives: can’t skip cut scenes, no real choice in karma (either good or bad – no middle road), no weapon wheel for powers selection, things like that. They’re non-factors in the overall enjoyment of Second Son; in which I couldn’t be any more pleased. After Titanfall (again a fun game overall, but nothing I call groundbreaking) I was worry that Second Son might go down the same path of ‘second verse/same as the first’, just creating Infamous 2.5. While they kept the familiar elements they didn’t rely on them, they enhanced them, added new ideas, and crafted a title that is truly next gen. So to answer my own question at the beginning of the post, yes this is the flagship title PS4 owners have been waiting for. It is also the herald to things to come; right now many other PS4 exclusive titles are in the works and the success of Sucker Punch will spur them forward. Will they make the next big hit in the time to come, hard to say, but today it belongs to Infamous.




Mini Game Review: Titanfall



Never mind the 75+ awards it won last year, never mind the other critics saying that it’s more than what I’m about to say, never mind the hype and listen to your good old friend the One, True, Omnigamer: Titanfall is Call of Duty: Modern Warfare with MechAssault with a hint of Brink added in – and that’s it.




Not that’s a bad thing mind you, like CoD games; Titanfall is incredible amount of fun. The combat is well-balanced as players control the agile, adaptable pilots and imposing, game changing Titans. The battlefields are large and varied (they had to be for mech fighting action) so smart pilots can create ambushes or quick escapes when things don’t go your way and Titan can use buildings for cover against enemy Titans or pilots with anti-mech weapons. They even done new things like streamlined the story into the multiplayer (due to the fact that Titanfall doesn’t have a single player) so while you’re fighting they play through the story. Sadly though people with something like this, I expected more. This is a flagship title for the new Xbox One; a physical reason why players (despite the controversies) choose this system over the PS4. Everything said and done, through the standard multiplayer match types, the uninventive weapons, the cookie cutter class customization, and not even a graphical update – Titanfall doesn’t measure up as next gen.







Fun’s fun but now is the time to step it up, and today this title fails. Fortunately its pluses out weight’s its minuses so it doesn’t fail outright and the game could become next gen thanks to future DLC (or at least expand the story), but for right now this game ain’t worth the $60 plus tax (thankfully for me I got the Xbox One Titanfall bundle, so basically I got the game for free). Rent it, have fun for a weekend, then return it; the future is now – but not here. Yet.







Game Preview: Wildstar Week Pt.3 – Wildstar Release Date


Well people we wrap this three week journy of awesomeness with the annoncent we’ve been waiting for (or at least I’ve been waiting for): pre-order and Release Date! Yay! Sadly it is not soon enough for me but my 7th generation consoles will make the  time go that much faster (by the by Titanfall and Second Son Reviews coming soon). Now I’ve showed all the important bits, in my opinion, to get you all ready for Wildstar but they more to show and see just hit them up at their website or youtube page to get even more informed. Til then people see you on Nexus!






PVP! You know, if you’re into that sort of thing.