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  1. Zodiark has both 'Remove Elfscum' and 'Omnipotent Lasagne' which give me endless amusement every time I see them around.
  2. Bloodborne DOOM (2016) Hollow Knight NieR:Automata VA11-HALL-A Honourable mentions: Nex Machina, God of War (2018), Persona 5, Dark Souls III, Hyper Light Drifter, Downwell, Shovel Knight, Gravity Rush 2
  3. Orisa best girl. I mostly play Pharah and Tracer though unless the team seems to be lacking support, in which case I'll switch to Orisa or Lucio.
  4. Odin Sphere Leifthrasir is long as hell, fantastic and is an easy plat, plus it looks gorgeous on the Vita. Muramasa Rebirth is absolutely amazing too and so are the DLCs for it, but plat and 100% are way harder than Odin Sphere. Still plenty of content to last you for hours before getting into the hard stuff though. Also Guacamelee if you haven't already played it. Probably the best metroidvania on the Vita.
  5. REmake has gotta get a mention here.
  6. forma.8 wasn't bad really, looked beautiful and had some interesting visual storytelling, but my god the game is massive and you move so slowly that it gets very tedious after a while, especially having to go between zones to find hidden collectables. Everybody's Gone to the Rapture is a game I actually enjoyed, it looks and sounds great and the story intrigues me, but I still need to go through it again and do everything at once to get Completionist and I just can't be bothered. It's been sitting there missing that one trophy for well over a year now and I just don't want to go back and get it. Dokuro could've done with 3-4 less worlds, honestly. If it was around 12 stages it'd be fine. Also got bored of Skyrim well before I was done with the plat, and I didn't even bother with the DLC. Touch my Katamari gets bonus points for the 100% due to the insane grind required for the last trophy as well. A fun game but it just requires so goddamn much.
  7. The worst part about the sliding puzzles is that they require the camera, and my camera has never worked as far as I know. I don't really care as practically no games require it, but it's keeping me from most of Welcome Park's trophies as well as the Hatsune Project Diva f plat. Not worth buying another Vita for alone, but one day I'll probably get a replacement as mine is pretty beaten up after years of use.
  8. Latter-game no death runs in Super Meat Boy. Downwell Hardmode boss is still eluding me. I've gotten to it a few times and yet every time my brain just melts and dies so I make dumb mistakes. I got pissed off with Hyper Light Drifter's 800 consecutive dash trophy and haven't gone back yet either. That shit hurts your hands after a while. Also challenges in fighting games have always been super tough for me. I'm pretty decent when it comes to reactive fighting but awful at inputting a ton of commands in quick succession.
  9. Nah, I played it back in 2010 when it came out and honestly enjoyed the majority of my time levelling up to 40. I don't really remember much about any particular loadout being borked too badly or overly unbalanced, but maybe I just don't remember it that well. Might also have been less obvious with constantly full lobbies and different people for each match. Never bothered getting the DLC, don't really intend to now either, I do recall the DLC maps rarely ever existing in the rotation from discussions back then, however.
  10. Lost Odyssey, Blue Dragon, and maybe Magna Carta II and DeathSmiles II on the X360. Every other game that's of any interest is also on PC. I wouldn't be surprised if MS dropped out of hardware after making the Xbone have zero true exclusives of any worth.
  11. Still got a long way to go, but it's fun to hop on now and then at the end/start of a gaming session and just hit out the dailies. It's a lot less of a grind if you don't force yourself into doing it every single day it feels. Might take me the whole year to get there if not longer, but that's something I can deal with provided Ubi doesn't close everything down.
  12. Hollow Knight. NioH and Salt & Sanctuary are also both pretty neat, but not quite as polished. Looking forward to NioH 2 though.
  13. Super Meat Boy is the only real choice of everything I've played. I have a lot of experience with it on PC as well so I had a good headstart, but I'm still capping out at 106% with the first half dozen or so no-death runs. Anything beyond where I've got to just goes beyond my skill. It's the one thing I'm almost certain I'll never achieve out of all the games I've played on Vita. There's a few other tough trophies I haven't gotten yet which I know are going to be a pain in the ass (Iconoclasts' challenge run, THAT ONE MAZE in htoL#NiQ, Spelunky speedrun, the 4* SteamWorld Dig run), and a few others which I feel I can get eventually but haven't yet pulled off (Downwell's Hardmode Boss which I've reached a few times but not yet beaten, a Hell run in Spelunky, the last few goddamn Platinum rankings in Don't Die, Mr Robot!, Shovel Knight's speedruns) but nothing compares to SMB. All these posts about Muramasa Rebirth make me sad. It's tough but god damn it's the most satisfying game on the Vita to beat. I love that game and the fact it has Fury mode so much, and being able to beat everything with 1hp makes you feel so good.
  14. Vanillaware games in general are amazing, so Oboromuramasa, Odin Sphere and Dragon's Crown are the clear choices here. Oboromuramasa's DLCs are great too.
  15. Can't argue with this for the free Wooby pull. Just wish I had this kind of luck with her sister who refuses to give me anything good.