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  1. I played all three games on PS3 (digital version) and had no issues with bugs. By the way, Sands of Time is an old-style game and not a fit for everyone. It's like the earlier Tomb Raider games versus the newer ones, you can't compare them. The worst is PoP 2008. I hated it for the most part.
  2. I'm considering buying the Layers of Fear + Observer bundle. Are they any scary/good? Feel free to share your opinion.
  3. Forbidden Siren 2, followed by Project Zero 3. After playing all Sirens multiple times, I still think 2 is the best (and the scariest). Project Zero 3 is basically all about dreams, and I'm an avid lucid dreamer, so 3 hit me the most.
  4. I think I'm just gonna get those 2 online trophies via PS Now. I believe there's a 7-day free trial for it, so I'll try it. I don't want to pull out my old PS3 now. Don't care about the DLC trophies, not anymore though, but the idea of a forever unobtainable platinum triggers me a lot lol.
  5. It was short, but a really intense experience, something you should play in one sitting. Lewis' story was unique and I somehow can relate to it. And when the credits rolled, that's when onions attacked me. On a side note, I also appreciated the reference to Unfinished Swan, another game I loved and suggest to play.
  6. I kind of stopped caring about the 100% completion on profile when I realized getting 100% on Uncharted 3 on PS3 would have required 200 hours of grinding. Then I started TxK, a game I thoroughly enjoyed on Vita, but didn't know it had glitched trophies, so I completely stopped caring from that point on. I still have fun getting trophies for the games I like, and try to platinum/100%ing them if they're not too tedious or grindy. I look at them as a nice addition to the games, not as the main reason for playing them.
  7. Sunset Vista is ridiculously long. The fun fact is I got the platinum relic the first time I managed to get to the end (after ~20 tries). I was like - "wha, platinum? No way, I even hesitated on a couple spots". So if you want a tip, don't rush too much here: as opposite to a few levels in the game, I believe you don't have to be perfect to get at least a gold relic. Just be careful of those timed blocks and stands and preserve the Aku Aku masks for later in the level.
  8. I'm aiming for Platinum on Velocity 2X (been playing on PS4) and I'm really close to it. For me, level 47 and 50 were the hardest part, especially level 47 since it's quite long and you can easily screw it. Low input lag TV and high reflexes help a lot, and practice and memory are key. Speaking of the game itself, it's absolutely beautiful on the big screen. I love the soundtrack and the simple yet effective gameplay, a total improvement over the first game. I had this game with PS+, but I will also buy the DLCs someday to support the developers.
  9. For those who are interested, there's a patch for the PS4 version that adds Hard Mode, but there's no trophy for it.
  10. Tammy Rose will be 100% on the pike, because the baby belongs to one of the Whisperers. I can already picture a scene at the fair where the Whisperer mother in disguise goes nuts as soon as she sees the baby and lure Tammy to death. I would also bet on Father Gabriel, Nabila, one of those three kids at Hilltop and someone of Magna's group (probably Kelly).
  11. There are easily worse games out there. The only real bad part about the game was the bland and uninspired level design, everything else was nice/ok, and Knack is cool. It is a 6.5/10 game for me.
  12. Devil May Cry 1 HD was the first in series I've ever played. Normal and Hard mode were a breeze for me, but Dante Must Die mode was kind of painful and a test of patience! I would have preferred bosses with less HP but with more damage inflicted. Seriously. Luckily I got a stock of Untouchables from the previous playthrough, they were so useful. I had most troubles with the last form of Nelo Angelo since he was so fast and his moves were so unpredictable. He could kill in just one hit if he wanted. On the opposite the easiest boss for me was Nightmare because of his predictable attacks, and once I understood how to completely avoid that "limbo" attack. Looking at the rarity percentage, it looks like I platted the hardest game in the trilogy. Is that right?
  13. Child of Eden. Last time I checked was 4,4% on PSN, and it's 0,96% on PSNP. It surprised me since it's quite hard. Maybe a lot of them used downloaded saves? Who knows.
  14. I just picked up the Dead Space 2 Super Bundle. First game was sweet, and I already have Dead Space 3 on PS+. Now I have the full main trilogy. 😎
  15. I liked both FFXIII and XIII-2 and Lightning Returns is on my list, but I have a big backlog of games to play and only little time because of work, so I tend to prefer to focus on shorter experiences at the moment. Maybe this summer. Believe me, I really tried to like Dragon's Dogma, but it's so badly designed in my eyes. Only one save allowed, boring fetch quests, poor graphics, non-existent soundtrack, irritating pawns, unintuitive controls and uninspired plot? No, thanks. And this comes from someone who even liked Two Worlds 2! To each its own, I guess.