For those looking for a little more structure, Challenge Mode offers a set of twelve trials that have the player draw over a template while keeping in time with the beat of the soundtrack. As lines to the template appear on screen, players must wait and trace over them while a piece of the soundtrack is played, with rankings according to timing and artistic accuracy. Although the difficulty increases as you progress through the twelve trials, there's little replay value once all the challenges are complete.
Authorities on Wednesday released a surveillance image of one of two men wanted for harassing a woman, then beating and robbing a hero who came to her aid in the Financial District. The 27-year-old good Samaritan was walking at Stone and Broad streets May 12 at around 5 p.m. when he came upon the cads making aggressive comments toward the woman, police said. When the man ordered the creeps to knock it off, one of them shoved him to the ground, causing him to hit his head on the concrete, cops said. The gallant victim hopped up and snapped a photo of the well-dressed toughs on his cellphone, but they snatched the device and fled into a nearby subway station, police said. The victim sustained cuts and swelling to the back of his head. The pictured suspect is in his 30s, about 6 feet tall, and 250 pounds.
A group of teenagers beat and robbed a man aboard a subway train rolling through East Harlem, authorities said Wednesday.The 36-year-old victim was riding the northbound 4 train at around 11 p.m. April 18, when about five teens set upon him as they neared the 125th Street-Lexington Avenue station, cops said. The goons peppered the victim with punches and kicks before fleeing the train with his gold chain and wallet, police said. The man was treated at Harlem Hospital for injuries including a broken eye socket and a swollen knee. Two suspects were captured on surveillance video. They are believed to be between 16 and 19 years old. 59ce067264