Go to your base in Coney, then go to where the work out equipment is found. Enable a code that gives you a machete, knife, or anything else with a blade. Alternately, smash the trash pile in the corner for a beer bottle. This trick will not work with a baseball bat or anything that does not have a blade. Walk up to the punching bag and hit it with your blade. Blood will squirt out, and your blade will break like if you were using it on a person.
Gather all the Warriors and hop on the trailer closest to a FLASH DEALER, a JEWELRY STORE, and your HANGOUT. Throw a teammate into a corner with a pillar next to it, doing so (correctly) will get them stuck. (it will look like they're flying)
The radio in the Warriors' hangout can be manipulated by pressing R1 when standing by it. You will shuffle between various "stations" although all you are really changing are the songs on the playlist. The radio can also be picked up and thrown like other objects in the hideout, but it cannot be broken.
When you break into a shop and start smashing the glass the alarm goes off. Usually a nearby pedestrian will hear the alarm and run to the nearest phone to contact the police. These people are represented by a blue sign with an i above there head this is the same on the map. In order to stop them contacting the police press the R2 button then give the command Wreck em' all! (You must be close to the pedestrian and you must have fellow warriors around you) The Warriors will automatically atack everyone in sight including this snitching pedestrian.
Instead of waiting around picking a lock to break into stores just do a running attack at the window and smash your way through then grab whatever you want and run. It makes it a little bit easier to get away.
To unlock a super rad vintage arcade cabinet with a playable Double Dragon-ish game Starring Ajax and Swan, you must beat the game and complete all of the flash backs. the Armies of the Night Game is five Stages long.
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