Body and Brain Connection achievements

Body and Brain Connection

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There are a maximum of 70 Body and Brain Connection achievements (50 without DLC) worth 4,820 (1,500)

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Higher Learning I Duelist in Body and Brain Connection

Higher Learning I Duelist67 (20)

Play through all levels of "What Time Is It?" and "Touch 'n Go" in Duel Mode.

  • Unlocked by 62 tracked gamers (51% - TA Ratio = 3.36) 122  

Achievement Guide for Higher Learning I Duelist

Boots Orion
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Boots Orion
Achievement won on 15 Oct 11
TA Score for this game: 4,644
Posted on 15 October 11 at 20:04, Edited on 17 October 11 at 01:48
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For this achievement, you don't actually need anyone to play through all 6 levels (= 3 of each) with you in their entirety, nor do you need to be skilled in any sort of way (points don't matter). All you need is someone to help you start the events* - making this one insanely easy. As with all of the Body & Brain Connection achievements, they are offline only, meaning you'll actually need to find a friend/family member to do this with you in front of your kinect.

An additional note is that you shouldn't worry if it takes "Player 2's" picture for both player 1 and player 2 as it did that for me, yet I still got the achievement as soon as I completed the last (i.e., the Advanced) level of "What Time is It?".

I've also heard that with some of the achievements in this game, that only Player 1 will get the achievement - so that is something you may want to consider when going for this one.

* I know this because I got it with the help of my 4 year old son, who didn't have the patience to sit through all of the events with me. It was actually hard enough just to get him to stand still long enough for the game to "register" him, so that I could get the events started.
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