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    Other than gaming, I've gotten into watching and reviewing movies. If you're a Letterboxd user, I'll follow back! (Firequackers)

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  1. #135: Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order A New Hope Difficulty: 2/10 Enjoyment: 6/10 More of a mid-tier Star Wars game for me. The lightsaber combat (especially switching between different types) and Uncharted-esque traversal were fun and I'm always up for more single-player SW games, but I really wasn't a fan of the tedium of planet-hopping and honestly would've preferred something more linear with more focus on the story since none of the planets felt particularly alive. Maybe this is just me but I see little point in huge maps if it all feels the same anyway. Also had issues with cutscene stuttering and texture loading, especially on Kashyyyk, as well as slow trophy pops. I actually found even just normal difficulty quite tough at times, more so because the game doesn't have autosave and dying (excluding falling off things) takes you back to the last time you saved at a mediation point, and resting at one of those spots respawns all the enemies on the map. But if you can't be bothered with that, there are no difficulty trophies so you can just play on easy if you like and sail through it. Trophy-wise, this is a pretty simple list. There's no missables but you need to keep an eye out for the terrarium seeds to give them all time to grow. Scanning each new enemy you come across also makes the endgame easier. I'll probably check out the sequel if it comes though. I definitely didn't hate it and seeing Cal as a younger Padawan got me nostalgic for the prequel-era games.
  2. It's my least favourite of Cage's post-ps2 games but I wouldn't say I disliked it. Trophy-wise, having to replay that tedious as hell final chapter so much soured my opinion, but outside of the romance stuff the story is pretty decent. Plus it has Willem Dafoe. So far my ranking is Heavy Rain > Detroit > Beyond. Heavy Rain is showing its age now and some parts are badly written ("take these painkillers. They'll help reduce the pain") but the mystery was easy to get into. Detroit was the most impressive but also a bit bloated, and I only really liked playing as Connor.
  3. Ah... would've been chuffed to get even just a badge. Submitting just before the 31st wasn't the best idea I've ever had either. Still, there's always another year. 475 guides is a whopping amount to sort through so hopefully all the nominees feel proud of their work even if they don't end up winning. I haven't played many of these games so me not picking something doesn't mean a great deal. I mainly went for the ones that seemed like I'd find easy to follow on top of looking like a lot of effort had gone into them, which all of them did. Gameplay Grand Theft Auto III - 100% / Is That All You've Got? Trophy Guide Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time - Full Collectibles Guide Walkthrough (this was especially tricky to choose) The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel IV - Overall Walkthrough Persona 4 Golden - Platinum Walkthrough Niche I Am Bread Trophy Guide Subnautica Trophy Guide DLC Driveclub - Tour DLC Trophy Guide DmC Devil May Cry - Vergil's Downfall DLC Trophy Guide Formatting Doom Eternal Trophy Guide The Last of Us Part II Trophy Guide (admittedly this is the only one I've played in this category, but it's very easy to follow and great to look at). Imported BlazBlue: Chronophantasma Trophy Guide 真・女神転生 III Nocturne HD Remaster Original Content House Flipper Trophy Guide Jotun Trophy Guide GOTY The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel IV - Overall Walkthrough As for the changes this year, I actually do think it's an improvement on previous years. The only thing I'm unsure of is games getting put into multiple categories. Just seems to defeat the purpose of giving the nominations more variety, but that's the only thing really.
  4. I can see Pedro pulling this off. He's physically different to the Joel we know but I can picture him acting out certain dramatic scenes. I'll have to wait and see for Bella. She was good in GoT but was playing a different kind of character, and I found her acting honestly pretty wooden more recently in His Dark Materials. That said, Heath Ledger and Daniel Craig became fan favourites despite a cold reception to their castings as Joker/Bond, so it's best to just wait until you see them actually perform. What I'm most excited for is live-action clickers!
  5. I won't be getting a PS5 for a while, but I've replayed PS3 and PS4 versions of games where I really enjoyed the trophies- Alien Isolation for example. I've even been tempted to buy a different region's version just to do it again. I know someone might say "Why not just replay the game?" but it's more about the journey to the plat that I like doing. Autopopping isn't something that appeals much to me though.
  6. That happened to me twice. I did find the ram button helpful but I found that sometimes it would cause me to spin out so I usually only tapped it a couple of times. What I found most helpful was using the touchpad (speed limiter) instead of the brakes for the tight turns, and only for a couple of seconds before turning it off again.
  7. I don't care for a sequel with Cassie like some were hoping for, but I thought it was a good send-off for the franchise, or at least the games with Nate. The ending you described, while it sounds like something that would fit in, seems a bit too open-ended. My only unpopular issue with UC4 was the brother being shoehorned in.
  8. The walkthrough guide has a more helpful solution for that at least where you just keep reloading a save in a later chapter. It’s still a silly trophy though since I doubt many people would get that naturally.
  9. It's scary but in a different kind of sense to something like Amnesia. I actually enjoy playing this game because you don't feel totally powerless all the time and it's broken up with sections where you won't get attacked by anything. It's at its most tense when you're going through the no deaths playthrough.
  10. #133: Vampyr Time is on my side Difficulty: 4/10 Enjoyment: 7/10 I wasn't really enjoying this for the first hour or so. It's not the best looking game around and I ran into a ton of bugs and crashes- even sprinting down a street for 10 seconds caused the game to pause while the rest of the map loaded. There's no fast travel and for some reason they decided to include locked doors around each district, making it take three times as long to get to where you needed to. It did grow on me quite a lot once I got used to it though; the roleplaying aspect is fun (especially your actions often having big consequences) and the story was interesting. I was following Optinooby's brilliant video guide but unfortunately one of the characters died without me noticing and I had to do another playthrough for the melee weapons trophy. But it didn't take too long to run through it again at least.
  11. Star Wars isn't really the same. It's a much bigger world that can branch off into different main characters.
  12. Unintentionally got this one as at 12AM (I find New Years a bit depressing if I'm by myself like this year, so I didn't pay attention to the time until the fireworks started outside). Batman: The Enemy Within What Had To Be Done
  13. Nearly asked for Shadow for Christmas. That was a close one!
  14. Main Menu > touchpad > press O and click on your username then View Game Profile. Cycle to your dogfight stats and keep a note of your K/D, then go down to defence where you can see your total deaths. Multiply the numbers together and it’ll give you a pretty close number