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  1. I'm playing as we speak and I can access the stats menu. Have you tried restarting the game? Also keep in mind stats aren't very accurate, so when you do look at your stats you might have more than what they show.
  2. Oh sorry! i meant progress as in my own tracking is more accurate than the stats. **reaches for coffee**
  3. Yeah the stats are rubbish, they aren't accurate at all. Actual progress is somehow accurate though.
  4. You can farm balloons really really easily in the Dune sea. If you look in the bottom right hand corner there is a space of just sand dunes surrounded by map points like the Dune Sea Eco Pod and Recharge Station Alpha. If you just drive around in that area a 1-2 balloons spawns there every 1-2 minutes.
  5. You are totally correct, I made the edits to the original post there, I clearly needed more coffee when i posted originally 😂
  6. The vehicles for this don't have to be travelling, you can actually destroy parked enemy vehicles you find outside some bandit dens and roadside encounters too and they will count. Additionally destroying vehicles in the Chazcar Derby count as well. There is also a Bandit Den called 'Underpass' directly East of Gunbarrel which has 4 parked cars in it close together. You can also use the autosave feature with this too.
  7. Good advice, thanks! I'm wondering if some trophy progress might carry over across multiple playthroughs, but can't find anything online to confirm/deny it.
  8. Congrats! Looking forward to getting into this properly over the weekend.
  9. Haven't seen this reported anywhere, is it showing as completed on the map tooltip when you move the cursor over the location?
  10. I'm nowhere near that far in from what you were saying there, so i'll keep this in mind as i'm playing. I think what people are doing with alot of the trophies in general is using the auto-save feature to reload, as there seems to be a counter on your actual profile that accumulates for these kill related trophies - not sure if it carries over to a new game though (like Darksiders 3 did). I'd like to know that too. The devs could 100% fix this stuff - by giving the option to reset areas on the map once the whole map has been cleared. Similar to what you'd see in the more recent Far Cry games. I decided to play on easy so i'm dying very little, which i'm wondering might affect a trophy like this. I guess on harder difficulties it's logical to assume i'd die more and repeat the kills that lead up to it adding to the overall total more easily. I have seen Goons by the roadside a few times in the southern sections of the map too but i'm not sure if clearing the map affects their spawn rate. Maybe that's a place to try? I'm thinking after clearing the whole map, you gotta be close to this amount of Goon kills. Good luck and i'll post here again if I find anything else that might help you 👊
  11. Argh, i'm getting the exact same audio issue with Rage 2 as I did with Days Gone. It just cuts out and you have to restart the game each time to fix it...



      Thats Days One for you...:giggle:

    2. Crispy_Oglop


      **Comedy Drums** Hahaha!

  12. I loved Vampyr, great game!
  13. I loved The Order 1886 - one of the best looking and well produced games around. I do think that their marketing and price point really worked against them though. I think they were going for a 'premium storytelling' route to justify the full price tag, but it backfired a bit. I think it's really cheap nowadays so I recommend it to everyone Wolfenstein: The New Order is legitimately one of my favourite games of all time. Everything about it had me hooked from start to finish. They took a protagonist which was literally a 2D pixelated portrait and made him a complex and interesting human character and the ending is both moving and really well crafted emotionally too. I couldn't really get into the second, has some great set-pieces but the story just didn't hook me as much. I will definitely go back to it at some point, but not for a while. 100% agree on The Evil Within 2! Really hoping we get a third game soon. It felt like what Dead Space 2 was to Dead Space 1 in terms of tone comparison. Loved it.
  14. [Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag] Platinum earned and checklist updated. I loved this particular AC game. I intend to platinum Rogue remastered & Unity, but might take a break for Rage 2 and to keep on with Days Gone.


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    2. Crispy_Oglop


      @Masamune - I deliberately held off on the Odyssey until all DLC until all episodes and lost tales are released, I think there are two more episodes left of the Atlantis story so i can jump back in soon. The Ezio trilogy is great, Brotherhood was my favourite of the three i reckon. 


      After putting so much time into Odyssey, i found it super hard to readjust back to the older gameplay. Where do you stand on the possibility that the next AC game will be in the Viking era?


      @SinisterPledge & @Fat Chocobo - Thanks! Took me about 40 hours to complete in the end, but it didn't drag at any point, which is usually a good sign in terms of defining how enjoyable it is for me.  

    3. Masamune


      Yeah, the waiting between the DLC & extra stuff is pretty long. I just finished the First Blade DLC, & while I do have access to Atlantis now (I went in just to hit the viewpoints), I don't think I'm going to go any farther than that... I'd prefer to do all 3 in one go, like I did First Blade.


      I think a Viking AC would be pretty cool, I love the ship battles, so that's a given. :P I think the other rumor going around is Rome, isn't it? I think I'd prefer Vikings myself, but who knows what it's going to be. :hmm: Personally I wish they'd do one in feudal era Japan though, I've been wanting to see that since the Ezio trilogy. xD 

    4. Crispy_Oglop


      @Masamune - A feudal Japan AC game would be amazing. Maybe Ghost of Tsushima will be proof of concept and they'll take their cue from that. I didn't know about it potentially being Rome, interesting!. I'd be down with that too to be honest.

  15. Platinum #111 - Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag Prizes, Plunder & Adventure! This really ranked high for me in terms of best Assassin's Creed games out of the franchise so far. The caribbean setting is really beautiful and a big contrast to the snow and cold that AC 3 had on show a great deal. Edward Kenway had a really enjoyable character journey starting out as rogueish privateer turned pirate and ending up becoming a man of purpose and means. Gameplay-wise, it was very similar to AC 3 apart from the fact that they blew open the sea combat and exploration even more. It was a really satisfying gameplay loop to take down ships and assimilate them into your fleet as well as to absorb materials from them into levelling your own vessel up. If you put enough time and resources into building up your ship you end up with this super lethal mini-warship that can take anything down. There was also a homebase of sorts - a very small version of the homestead in AC3. It felt like a bit of an afterthought though. I don't think I returned to my little town more than twice in the entire game, and even then that was just for storyline and to clear the homestead upgrade trophy. This for me was one of the nicest looking AC games in it's day, before the visuals of Origins and Odyssey turned up. The multiplayer was actually incredibly fun too, I went into it feeling apprehensive at the grind ahead of me and thought the servers would be dead. But to my surprise there are quite a few people still playing and I enjoyed every minute of playing and levelling up. It felt far far less glitchy to me than AC3 too, even though both games were developed at the same time (just released in different times). One negative i had for the game was that the Assassination missions got really repetitive. There wasn't really any story to them and with the berserk blowdart there was virtually no challenge. Find person > hit with blow dart > wait for them to die > mission complete. I also found some of the jumps were a little tricky in terms of collision, there were some small steps that Edward really had trouble getting over. But all in all, glitches and quirks aside, I loved this game. It's right there next to Odyssey and AC Brotherhood in terms of personal favourites.