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  1. That do be how they work. I'm pretty sure the first experience I had with them was also from Psycho Pass, and then got the chance to see them live a couple years later. They've actually become one of my favourite bands, have all their albums and they've put out a pretty damn consistent string of great music. Really talented folks.
  2. 1. Bloodborne 2. Gravity Rush 2 3. Celeste 4. Hollow Knight 5. DOOM Eternal 6. Dark Souls III 7. NieR: Automata 8. Enter the Gungeon 9. Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice 10. Persona 5 Special mention to FFXIV, Odin Sphere Leifthrasir and Helldivers which are all great, but are all pre-PS4 games that I've carried on playing since being released on PS4. Also shoutouts to Yomawari: Midnight Shadows, Shovel Knight, Spelunky and Downwell which are all fantastic but I've been playing them on Vita instead.
  3. Actively ruined? Nothing, since I generally don't bother with them unless it's a game I like anyway. Killzone 2, DOOM (2016) post patch 6.66 requirements for the DLC trophies, Bioshock 2 (although fuck the DLC maps since good goddamn luck playing on them in the first place) and to some extent Resistance 2? Kinda ridiculous requirements, but the multiplayers in those games were fun. I guess Warhammer 40k: Space Marine with its ridiculous do all challenges trophy is probably the closest, since that requirement is dumb af and I can't be bothered to do it despite liking the multiplayer enough to get max level without getting bored and having done almost everything else in the game, or Red Dead Redemption which DID get boring in the grind (and a couple really stupid trophies like 15 assists in one base or whatever it was) but I did it anyway. Some others are games I liked but not going to bother with multiplayer trophies because I can't be bothered and I'm happy with doing everything else, like AssCreed Brotherhood, Uncharted 2/3 or Binary Domain, and others are games I never really liked anyway so I'm not going to bother with the multiplayer at all, like GTAIV.
  4. I still recall the multiplayer being pretty fun, honestly. That may change, as I just bought the Ultimate Rapture edition and I never got the Rapture Metro pack before, so it'll be interesting to see if going back in now will change my opinion of it. I assume the progress is server-side so hopefully I'm still level 40 and have full access to everything.
  5. Obvious choices here, as always for me, are both Gravity Rush games and anything by Vanillaware, but I'll mention once again that Muramasa: Rebirth and the Genroku Legends DLCs are amongst Vanillaware's finest works and, probably because it's stuck on the Vita, people never seem to talk about it all that much even if they've played Odin Sphere Leifthrasir, Dragon's Crown or 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim. Yes I did bold all those because they're also games that more people should play, but Muramasa's the key one. Worth a Vita for alone, honestly. Also worth a mention are Momodora II, Momodora III and Momodora: Reverie Under the Moonlight, all of which are fantastic, as well as NIS's indie puzzle/horror games htoL#NiQ, both Yomawari games, A Rose in the Twilight and (probably, since I haven't got around to it yet) Liar Princess and the Blind Prince, and since they fit in well here, both Stealth Inc. games and Dokuro. Bonus shoutouts to any game on the Ubiarts engine, but everyone knows Rayman exists. Child of Light and Valiant Hearts are both beautiful and overlooked, however.
  6. Odin Sphere Leifthrasir Platinum - It's Vanillaware Muramasa Rebirth Platinum - It's Vanillaware Dragon's Crown Platinum - It's Vanillaware Guess I'd better donate to PSNProfiles once I get around to playing 13 Sentinels huh.
  7. Well, that's good news for now. I fully expect this to rear it's head later on though, and I'll surely be considering buying games on PC over console from now on. At least there's comprehensive lists of everything that's exclusive and will be unavailable now, ready for the next time. On the plus front, this whole debacle got me to fire up the PS3 and get everything installed and patched, and purchased a bunch of DLCs for games I've completed that I was intending to go back to at some point anyway. Don't see any time better than the present to get that PS3 backlog out the way at the very least. Not like I'll ever have a 100% profile with the amount of games I own with delisted DLCs (XCOM: EU, Kingdoms of Amalur, Space Marine, Bulletstorm...) so eh, if it's not a game I care about a bunch I'll just skip and take the loss at this point. Also the UK selection of PS1 and PS2 classics is atrocious anyway, so not much help. Guess this is a good encouragement to get an emulator set up too.
  8. I bought Gravity Rush 2 on launch and now the studio's dead and the director's off making other cool stuff. On one hand buying the game on release clearly didn't get a sequel, but maybe the people who bought it allowed Toyama and some of his team to go on to their own studio, so I guess? Then again there's only a couple of studios I even have enough trust in to think about supporting day one, namely Vanillaware and Supergiant, and they don't do sequels anyway.
  9. So far around £50, mostly DLCs for games I've already played but not got around to, plus God Hand. Right now my console's fucking about not connecting to my internet though so, uh, maybe no more on the PS3 front, which is a problem for the couple games I haven't got DLC for yet. Vita can connect fine though, gotta grab P3P whilst I still can.
  10. Still available to buy here in the UK at least, I know the US got it for free a while back for... some reason. Picked up the Sam and Bladewolf campaigns last night. Edit: For what it's worth, I did have to go into the MGR listing itself and then scroll down to add-ons to find it. Had to do the same for the Gravity Rush DLC on Vita because that didn't show up in a search either, so maybe try that.
  11. Most games have DLC that I really don't give a shit about, so not too much, plus with some delists already (Kingdoms of Amalur, WH40k Space Marine etc.) 100% is impossible anyway, so I'll be picky. Already picked up the Gravity Rush, Guacamelee! and Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance DLCs since I love those games, I'll probably pick up the Mass Effect 2 and 3, Dead Space 2 and Drakengard 3 DLCs and leave it at that. Kinda kicking myself for not pulling the trigger on the ME DLCs a while back when they actually were on sale, but oh well. Other than that I'll likely just buy God Hand and maybe a couple Suikoden games from the miniscule selection of classics the UK store has.
  12. Gravity Rush 3. Only game that'd get me to buy a console within the first year of launch, and it'll likely never happen now Toyama's making cool survival horror games with his new studio. Whatever they're making over there would probably sell me as well but they've suggested 2023 earliest for their game so hey. I'll get a PS5 probably in 2022 once more cool games come out for it though, maybe earlier if a bunch of heavy hitters land later this year.
  13. Thankfully most PSVita games are crossbuy or have been ported elsewhere (like Gravity Rush, Persona 4 Golden etc.) but for the few games that are left, it'll become increasingly hard to ever play them. Such a sad death for a portable which was legitimately really good. I know I wouldn't want to buy a Vita and have to then navigate the absolutely abysmal on-system Vita store to find anything worth playing, especially when so many games never got physical releases at all, or only in certain regions, or only in very small capacities. Yo Sony, at least port Killzone Mercenary, Uncharted: Golden Abyss, Muramasa Rebirth (especially this since it never got an EU physical card) and Freedom Wars to PS4 or something, losing any of those would be a pretty big loss.
  14. Wish I'd found this thread earlier. Thankfully there's very few things left on Vita or PS3 that I'm interested in that I don't already have or can't get elsewhere, but there are some DLC's I haven't gotten around to picking up (like Mass Effect 2/3, Drakengard 3 or MGR) that I'll have to deal with the PS3's abysmally optimised store to get to now. Can't even pop on the desktop store to check if they're on sale either, although DLC is practically never on sale anyway.
  15. 1. WipEout HD - Transcendence (1.02%) 2. Titan Souls - Ascension (1.87%) 3. Resistance 2 - Platinum Trophy (2.05%) 4. Killzone 2 - War Hero (2.14%) 5. Muramasa Rebirth - Master of the Oboro Style! (2.80%) With Resistance 2 and Killzone 2 online being dead and I think WipEout's too, I can only assume these will go down in time. Also they all have cool names except for R2, damn it.