Street Fighter V – How to Earn Fight Money Quickly (Fight Money)

Cinematic Story

You gain a lot here. There are a lot of cut scenes that you can escape (don’t, there’s some fun stuff in there). After you’ve completed the first story (there are some fights in there) you get 30,000 FM, but that’s for once, you can’t re-complete it and get money again.

Once you’ve done with the first story you get an opportunity to play one on the Extra difficulty – it’s basically identical, but the fights are harder than in the previous story. Completing the Cinematic story on extra brings you 50,000 FM, also once.

Survival Mode
Easy – 10 fights – 2000 FM
Medium – 30 fights – 5000 FM
Hard – 50 fights – 10,000 FM
Extreme – 100 fights – 20,000 FM

Character Trials
Once you’ve completed 10 tasks you get 1000 FM and some character experience.
The Last and The Least – Online Play
… Where you get 50 FM after every match you win. And, of course, the character experience.

First Things First – raise the character’s level
Basically, this thing is kind of automatic and independent. You just gotta play and eventually, when one of your characters gets a level up you get 1000 Fight Money. That’s not bad in comparison with other ways to earn money.

Character Stories

Here’s one of the profitable ways. As you might know, every character has a history that has 2 or 3 fights to complete. To find the Character Story mode go to the menu, find the Story option and look down. Hit the Character story to complete each characters’ story. Each one is worth 10,000 FM.

Tutorial Demonstrations

There are way easier than all above, you don’t even have to fight. You just have to watch them and scroll to the next video. There are four stages – Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced and Character Specific. The first three will provide you 1000 each and 3000 FM in sum. The Character Specific are more generous – you get 1500 FM and a few character points.

Help and Tips: Games lagging on a high-end computer

About a few days ago, my girlfriend and I started playing a game called Dungeon Defenders. It is a 3D cartoon-ish Tower Defense game. It requires a very low-end computer to run, whereas my girlfriend’s computer has the following specs (below is what I know off the top of my head, will update once she’s awake):

Windows 7 64bit
Toshiba 1.5TB 7,200 RPM HDD
GTX 770
i7 4790k
DDR3 8Gbs
GigaByte Z97-HD3

The game ran fine the first few days (and she has other games that are high-end, Guild Wars 2, Aion, and so on). A couple days later, the game started lagging midgame, and eventually crashing or causing blue screen of death (BSOD). I asked her to try Guild Wars 2, and make sure it runs fine, but Guild Wars 2 runs fine for a moment, and then starts lagging shortly after. Soon after, she started getting the infamous “Display driver stopped responding and has recovered” error.

She is not a very techy person, so I have been helping or guiding her since then using TeamViewer, and other programs. I first tried to reinstall the game, but that did not help. Then I tried to update or reinstall the graphics card driver multiple times (using different methods). I also had Kaspersky do a full system virus scan, and it found many viruses. I checked the GPU’s temperature, and it was 42C which is nothing harmful. The issue continued to persist.

Today, I restored her computer to an image I created, using Norton Ghost, on Day 1 of Windows installation, where only the drivers and the main programs were installed (Chrome, Office, Photoshop, and not much else). Note that this image only overwrites the C drive, and not the D drive (the HDD is partitioned). The D drive is used for her personal files (music, photos, movies, etc).

She installed Dungeon Defenders after the image, and she still has the same issue. She tried Devil May Cry on PC, and she had problems with that game as well. She got the same error she previously had, and so I tried to update her video card driver. I asked her if her case is dirty, and she said there is some dust, but not really much. She will clean it soon (in a day or two). Nothing has worked so far. She has only had this computer for 10 months.

Does anyone have any other suggestions? I have not had such an issue before, and I have been trying to help her fix it over the past couple days, but unfortunately no luck so far.

I would really appreciate any help or suggestions.

Thanks a lot in advance.

Use PS3 Controller in PC – Win 7 and Vista

Using a PS3 Controller on PC Windows Series

Windows 7:  Before connecting to a PS3 controller, You will need to download the driver suitable for your Win7 version or Windows 7 China company have created a driver that works on all versions of Windows, including XP, Vista, and even Windows 7. There are versions for 32-bit x86 and 64-bit x64. or Vista: installing the drivers in Vista compatibility mode.