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THE ART OF PARKOUR – FREE RUNNING The art of Parkour or Free Running is a way of life, developing the body and mind. The philosophy of Free Running is to view the environment, urban or natural and its obstacles as a series of challenges. You will learn from the best, Free Running pioneer, Sébastien Foucan, to overcome these barriers with fluidity. You will be joining an elite group of athletesknown as “Les Traceurs” or “Tracers” (Free Runners) and will be racing against Free Running members of an organisation known as Urban Freeflow, to possibly become the greatest Tracer of all time. The challenges ahead require supreme physical strength and imagination. Have you got what it takes? GETTING STARTED 1. Set up your PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system according to the instructionsin its instruction manual. Attach game controllers and other accessories, as appropriate. 2. Make sure the MAIN POWER switch (located at the back of the console) is turned ON. 3. Press the 3/RESET button. When the 3 indicator is green, press the 4 button. The disc tray opens. 4. Place the Free Running disc on the disc tray with the label side facing up. Press the 4 button again and the disc traycloses. 5. Follow on-screen instructions and refer to this manual for information on using the software. To select a menu option, use the directional buttons to navigate, highlighting the desired option and pressing the x button to accept. Follow the on-screen button prompts; the x button is used to accept an option and the t button is used to cancel an option or go back. Free Running supports theleft analog stick and 4321 buttons. Select ‘Start’ from the menu with the 4321 and press the x button. You will be taken to the Profiles section of the game. There you must chose one of the five available profile slots, and will be asked to enter a name for your profile. This can be anything you like, up to eight characters in length, with the default entry being “Player 1”. Once you have enteredyour name you can choose one of the seven Tracers to represent you within the game. Each of the Tracers has three basic statistics. From the top, there is Run Speed, Durability and Sprint Speed. Run Speed is how quickly your character moves across the ground. Durability is the amount of damage the Tracer can sustain. Sprint Speed is their additional pace when activating your Sprint Boost. Thesestatistics are represented by coloured bars, with green bars showing above average abilities and red bars below average. All of these statistics can be modified by changing the clothing that the Tracer wears. Choose your Tracer carefully – once you have selected a Tracer for your profile, you will not be able to switch to a different Tracer without beginning a new career. All Tracers, plus anyadditional characters you might find later in the game, are always available when creating a new profile or when playing multiplayer games. u
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THE ART OF PARKOUR – FREE RUNNING The art of Parkour or Free Running is a way of life, developing the body and mind. The philosophy of Free Running is to viewthe environment, urban or natural and its obstacles as a series of challenges. You will learn from the best, Free Running pioneer, Sébastien Foucan, to overcome these barriers with fluidity. You will be joining an elite group of athletes known as “Les Traceurs” or “Tracers” (Free Runners) and will be racing against Free Running members of an organisation known as Urban Freeflow, to possibly becomethe greatest Tracer of all time. The challenges ahead require supreme physical strength and imagination. Have you got what it takes? GETTING STARTED 1. Set up your PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system according to the instructions in its instruction manual. Attach game controllers and other accessories, as appropriate. 2. Make sure the MAIN POWER switch (located at the back of the...
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