JaneAusten69

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  1. Good to know, thanks!
  2. Oh gotcha. I thought I read that the second pass would have two trophy related DLCs. Think I just saw that name and added it up in my mind that way. So far on Arms Race I have two of the three trophies. Need the 100 item one still. I'm at 31/100 and it's just brutal. Not that the mode is that hard or anything, but it's so boring after you play it once. Maybe I'll try to find some people online to play with. Seems like it may be faster to get to 100 with other players.
  3. I was really pleased with the first season pass, so I decided to get the second season. Played Arms Race last night and it was pretty underwhelming. Not much content and not super fun. I don't really care about the cosmetics, so hopefully the Designer's Cut is fun. I don't think the content comes close to justifying the $30 they're charging.
  4. Yeah that's definitely the vibe I got from my friends when I first got BL2. Maybe someday I'll get to playing the first one, but with the PS5 in my future and plenty of other PS4 games on the back burner, I'd be okay with skipping it.
  5. Personally, I would rank the series in this order: BL2 BL3 TFTBL BLPS BL1 (haven't actually played this one, but it seems like the series hit it's stride with 2)
  6. Darksiders My favorite games growing up were Zelda games. I feel like Darksiders took a bare bones approach to making a Zelda game. Hack n slash, metroidvania style of progressions and puzzle solving. Dungeons that you gain some new ability from and defeat a boss at the end. Vague storytelling that I can kind of let my imagination fill in the blanks. I really dig that kind of stuff.
  7. Found an answer in the IGN Wiki. The challenges only grant you Eridium. They can be found in the challenges section under the galaxy view. If you ask me, this is kind of lame when comparing BL2. You could get extra stat perks for your character and they were easier to track.
  8. None yet. Currently cleaning up some DLC in Borderlands 3. First plat this year will probably be NieR: Automata.
  9. Haven't had a chance to play this game yet, but the people I've talked to that have beat this as well as the other LBP games said this one was probably the easiest. I remember having to ACE every level in the first LBP game and that seemed impossible until I started focusing on specific levels and learning how to play them. Then everything fell in line rather quickly. This seems very similar to me and not something I would rank over a 5 at most.
  10. I've been playing this game for a few months now. I've got the platinum and completed the first two DLCs. For the life of me, I don't understand what the point of the challenges are. I'm talking about the "Run over 50 enemies", "Kill 150 skags" and "Collect 500 Purple rarity items", etc. Every once in a while I see a progress bar appear showing a completion or partial completion of one of these challenges. What do you get for completing these? I think in BL2 there was a trophy for completing the first level of every challenge and you would get tokens for completing them that you could apply to your character's perks. I thought this is what the Guardian Tokens were going to turn out to me but those are experience based. What am I missing? Is there somewhere in the menu screen where you can view/collect rewards for these tasks? I feel dumb like I'm missing something obvious.
  11. I remember really liking this game when it came out. Haven't played since, so I'm not sure how well it's aged. The combat was fun. It felt like a mix of Assassin's Creed and Arkham games. I don't know much about LOTR outside of the three main movies, but found the story pretty easy to follow. Not super great, but not bad either. Typical action/RPG game type story. There were two DLC trophies that were really annoying and I still haven't gone back to get. I remember not liking either of the DLCs at all really. Plus the last boss of the game is such a let down. Other than that I think it's a solid 7 or 8/10.
  12. Congrats! New Game+ is super quick and easy if you just do story missions and skip cut scenes. You can even do it on Easy difficulty if you want.
  13. Right?! I got this game last year because I've heard so many good things. Stuck on 10% completion because I found it to be so boring. Nothing about it seemed particularly difficult, but man was it monotonous. At least for the 10-12 hrs that I played of it.
  14. Just read your comment yesterday. Luckily I save all my legendaries in my bank. Looked through them and found that I had the dictator. Got it after a couple tries. Never got worse than 13/15 with it. Thanks for the help!
  15. I actually didn't mind the online grind for RDR2. I though the single player grind was waaaayyyy worse. There are battle modes in the online that I enjoyed. I just played those casually and got to level 50 pretty quick. While the rest of the online is pretty boring, it's in no way as troublesome as the first RDR online was.