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Simple guide to get late game achievements “Family Oriented” in Not For Broadcast! We know that there are people who have a hard time finishing the Not For Broadcast game. If you are one of those who find it difficult to finish the game, let’s take you to our Not For Broadcast guide.
Not For Broadcast Family Oriented Achievements Guide
Welcome to our Not For Broadcast Family Oriented Achievements Guide. For all my fellow achievement hunters and NFB lovers! Contains Spoilers!
Achievement : Family Oriented
Charlie will always live, as he stays with you and sam both ways when he sways either into Advance or Disrupt based of you’re choices.
Suzie is a pretty easy one, if you make sure to not let her leave the country for her holiday when she asks you during Christmas, she will stay at home and survive liberation day.
At the very begging of the game, Chris will ask to use your passport to flee the country, if you deny this he will be forced to stay, and survive the bombing.
To keep your mother with you, you need to make sure you have a decent amount of money around one third into the game to afford a careworker for her in your home.
- All choices for this achievement align with a Advance biased play through
- If you’re having difficulty raising money, lower the difficulty to receive bigger bonuses based of performance in easier broadcasts
About Not For Broadcast
It’s time for the National Nightly News. A nation tunes in, and you get to decide what’s fit for broadcast. Pick the most exciting (or scandalous) camera angles, bleep the swears and determine which ads to run to keep the sponsors happy. No pressure, right? I mean, who pays attention to the news anyway?
Not For Broadcast is a darkly comedic game of televised chaos that lets you pick what you want to see on TV, no matter what anybody else wants. Egotistical celebrities, dishonest politicians, and strange sponsors clash on the airwaves. You’re here to ensure that the show goes on uninterrupted.
Cut between multiple camera feeds, tweak the headlines, bleep the foul language, all with just moments to spare on a live broadcast! Whether you toe the party line or stir up a scandal is your choice, so long as you can hold the audience’s fickle attention.