Geridian

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  1. The rules don't say that you need a swap for adding games if your list is not full (I just put everything together as a quick readable guide): Adding a game (2.) and swapping a game (3.) are two complete separate things. As long as you don`t have 50 games on total on your list just add the hell out of it πŸ˜‰.
  2. Hello people, my third update. Ten days have passed since update two, we will see when I update again. Issues because of work are still a thing, but my sickness got a lot better (extremely persistent cold, nothing wild). πŸ˜… Blue = New finished game in this update. Green = Game finished before this update. Orange = Game started. Red = Not started. Violet = Additional game for this and further updates. Grey = Game swapped in for another game. Game with Strikethrough = Removed game because of swapping. Threshold: 5 games max. 35% Assassin's Creed IV Black Flag (PS3) ==> 88% 100% (61/61) (12/10/2019) [LINK] Ghostbusters: The Video Game Remastered ==> 17% 100% (41/41) (04/10/2019) [LINK] Final Fantasy XV (PS4) ==> 15% 16% (24/98) [LINK] Dark Souls (PS3) ==> 17% (09/41) [LINK] Playstation VR Worlds (PS4/PSVR)==> 19% (08/27) [LINK] Child of Light (PS4) ==> 28% 52% (11/20) [LINK] Red Dead Redemption (PS3) ==> 96% 97% (88/91) [LINK] Moss (PS4/PSVR) ==> Currently not on profile [LINK] DreamWorks Voltron VR Chronicles (PS4/PSVR) ==> Currently not on profile [LINK] My guess is that fulfiling my goal for this challenge will depend on three things: Finding good players for the Advanced Co-Op stuff (which is needed for 3 trophies) in RDR which is in my way for getting 100% on RDR. Whatever I tried, most people either didn't use cover and just rushed to death, didn't use voice communication or didn't stick with rest of the team and died alone. Dark Souls Wanted to complete this game last year but had no nerve for this game. PSVR Didn't use this since one year ago. Hope it is still fine and running. What I have to write to my surprise: I like FF XV surprisingly well. You just have to get used to the combat mechanics. Meanwhile I enjoy the animations during battle! Actually I don`t know if I plan on playing the Comrades-Stuff offline. I enjoy the art style of Child of Light. It's like seeing a moving wall painting. Wish you all a nice sunday!
  3. Still this boss is much more difficult then on casual because on casual you just nuke him away. No need for portals. This happened because while I played this game I did no research and had not enough time to play so I finished it in 3 days. But I am glad if somebody else does the Speedrun now since information is already there. πŸ˜‰ I donΒ΄t care for other people being faster as me. Never did, never will. 😎
  4. Hope you are keeping "Nice Shootin', Tex!"-trophy in mind: Total Damage Claim over or at exact $100,000 = Start a new career! ==> This is more trouble as playing on "Casual" first with keeping "Nice Shootin', Tex!"-trophy in mind and using the glitch afterwards. My recommendation is to combine this "Casual" difficulty playthrough with the "Nice Shootin', Tex!"-trophy in mind (Complete the game with less than $100,000 in property damage: Why should "The Destructor" (Complete the game with more than $3,000,000 in property damage.) be done after "Nice Shootin', Tex!"? ==> Also these two spoilers reveal why the glitch is useful, nothing more, nothing less.
  5. This is not about "Game is not hard" because usually using a glitch is all about speed and if this game is 1) or 2) for you: 1) 04/10 difficulty (because last boss in the library can just suck on professional) // 1 playthrough and 7 to more replayed chapters // 6 to 8 hours platinum or 2) 05/10 difficulty // more then two complete playthroughs // 10 or more hours platinum.
  6. I am totally cool. I just see no sense in talking about the easiness of a game on it's hardest difficulty in a topic which is about talking how a glitch can be used if your first playthrough was done effectively. ==> That is all I wanted to point out! My personal opinion: It is up to the player if this game is.. 1) 04/10 difficulty (because last boss in the library can just suck on professional) // 1 playthrough and 7 to more replayed chapters // 6 to 8 hours platinum or 2) 05/10 difficulty // more then two complete playthroughs // 10 or more hours platinum. Hope that all questions are answered :). You all have a nice Sunday!
  7. a It has nothing to do with the fact that the game is not that hard on professional difficulty! It's all about the fact that getting the "Nice Shootin', Tex!"-trophy (Complete the game with less than $100,000 in property damage) combined with "professional" difficulty run for the "Are You A God?"-trophy looks like a hard stunt on the paper and about the fact that how many playthroughs are really needed. Also I felt free to check your game progress and just thought about it with the worst case in mind: You play on "Professional", this is fine. But how great is your Total Damage Claim? Over $100.000? If this is so you can kiss "Nice Shootin', Tex!" goodbye! Since Total Damage Claim is carried over in your career profile the only way to reset Total Damage Claim is with starting a new career which also means no more "Replay chapters" for you. This way you must do a complete second playthrough and keep Total Damage Claim lower or equal $19,999 until you arrive at the fifth chapter (Return to Hotel Sedgewick) ! This way you can go berserk in chapter 5 and you still get the trophy. /edit It seems to be that I really have the skill "clairvoyancea": Your "Professional" playthrough is done, you got "Are You A God" but object damage was over the limit for ""Nice Shootin', Tex!". ==> A. Congratulations for beating professional difficulty in playthrough one! B. Have fun on your second complete playthrough for ""Nice Shootin', Tex!"! So it is faster/easier this way: As always: Everybody can play any game how he/she likes to play it and also can play a game 3, 4 or 5 times to get the platinum or if there is no interest in the platinum just destroy everything for 10 or more playthroughs over and over again. It is all about the fact that a glitch is in the game which can be exploited. Nothing more, nothing less.
  8. Hey, no problem πŸ˜‰. Anyway: All roads lead to Rome 😎. And playing some checkpoints only costs you 2 - 3 minutes more (which is only relevant for speed running).
  9. ==> This was also my first attempt but this didn't work: Last boss in chapter 7 down = No trophy. Only this way it worked:
  10. Completed this game just some hours ago. Was really a funny experience, felt like an Ghostbusters 3 movie where you are part of the main cast! If you are a fan of Ghostbusters you will enjoy this. Imo this game reminded me a lot of Mass Effect in the way the player character reacts and the PoV used in this game. Also I must say that the Squad AI is really usable. But it looks like that MP will be added sometime later but not just as it was on PS3/XBOX360. We will see how this will turn out...
  11. Since the well known glitch from the PS3/XBOX360 game version is still usable in the Remastered version (as of version 1.01 at date 10/04/2019) you can speed this up more. Platinum should be obtainable in 6 - 8 hours! The glitch makes use of the fact that you can freely set the difficulty level at the chapter select ("Replay Mission") and the ingame progress is saved at each checkpoint without losing the entire game progress from before: Finish the whole game at "Casual" difficulty. After the credits switch back to game's main menu. Select "Replay Mission". Select the first checkpoint in the first chapter. Select "Professional" difficulty. Start playing this checkpoint, just skip cutscenes when possible. It is best to play through the first two or three checkpoints of a chapter in general. A new checkpoint is reached when the objective at the top of the screen appears then disappears . For a list of the checkpoints see this guide on gamefaqs. Quit to main menu. Load the last checkpoint of the 1st chapter (should be the last boss of the chapter). Select "Professional" difficulty. Beat the boss so that you go into the second chapter's checkpoint 1 automatically, just skip cutscenes when possible. Reach the next checkpoint of chapter 2. For safety measures just play through the second and third checkpoint of any chapter every time! Load the last checkpoint of the second chapter (should be the last boss of the chapter). Select "Professional" difficulty. Beat the boss so that you go into the third chapter's checkpoint 1 automatically, just skip cutscenes when possible Rinse and repeat the same method with chapter 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7. ==> When I did it this way I got "Are You a God?" when the last cutscene showing the last bosse's moments played. My recommendation is to combine this "Casual" difficulty playthrough with the "Nice Shootin', Tex!"-trophy in mind (Complete the game with less than $100,000 in property damage Why should "The Destructor" (Complete the game with more than $3,000,000 in property damage.) be done after "Nice Shootin', Tex!"? About the savedata for this game in general: Questions? Just ask πŸ˜‰ My thanks go out to the people at playstationtrophies.org, XboxAchievements.com and Gamefaqs because they provided me with the information you can find in this reply! πŸ‘ The glitch was not discussed on PSNProfiles so I had to search around the internet. 😎
  12. I for myself also did further digging and found a small manual for the Savegame Import/Export function: https://wccftech.com/dragon-age-inquisition-exporting-saved-games-generation-consoles/ Also I read that you can get one achivement/trophy popping random if you load up a transfered savegame: https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/boards/631229-dragon-age-inquisition/72865447 Also there is no autopop. ==> So you just played with an important savegame from 22nd Dec 2018 until 25th Dec 2018 and then started with a new savefile 29th Dec 2018 and finished it on 20th Jul 2019? Seems fine all things considered. Maybe the approver just didn't know your old dispute. Have fun :).
  13. DAI PS3 list: https://psnprofiles.com/trophies/3170-dragon-age-inquisition/Screwz_-TDB DAI PS4 list: https://psnprofiles.com/trophies/3151-dragon-age-inquisition/Screwz_-TDB PS3 list looks okay from a logical standpoint, no problem. But my understanding of cross save is that more trophies should pop together at the same time. But on your PS4 list of the game just nothing looks auto popped and you earned the "Decorator" trophy two days before the second trophy ("Well prepared") and the prologue trophy "The Wrath of Heaven" 7 days after "Decorator". ==> Can somebody with experience in this game and knowledge for cross save usage in this game explain if you can get "Decorator" before finishing the prologue and if such anomalies can happen when you use cross save from PS3 to PS4? Thanks .
  14. On my profile the word "Remastered" is also written the wrong way for the trophy set: "Remasterd". This is true for the trophy set on my console and on PSNP. Fun fact(!): It depends on the menu item on the PS4 if it is written as "Remastered" or "Remasterd": a. Trophyset directly through Trophies in the XMB or at PSNP: Remasterd b. When you navigate this way ==> XMB >> Profile you can read Remastered - b. should also be true if you check the profile of another person who has this game on his/her profile. Thanks to @Solid-Fisch for providing me with a screenshot of b. which made me like check my own profile.