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  1. This is false. My trophy unlocked as soon as I finished the story mission and got the armor. Yuriko's missions aren't even unlocked until you get the armor.
  2. Games like Horizon Zero Dawn and Ghost of Tsushima since they don't have many, if any, BS or out-of-the-way trophies.
  3. Although they're not exactly listed in this poll, I most hate trophies that have certain requirements that span an entire playthrough. For example, the Dead Space "One Gun" trophy where you have to beat the entire game with the ONLY the plasma cutter. What I hate most about them is you don't know if you fulfilled the requirements until the very end. You could have unknowingly messed up 15 minutes into the game, only to waste a 10 hour playthrough when you were already locked out of the trophy.
  4. I can confirm cheats do work, do not disable trophies, and using them will get you the platinum in less than an hour
  5. Yeah, the PowerPyx trophy guide is incorrect. You actually have to hold down the R2 button for 3 minutes, not just sit there doing nothing.
  6. It's a VR game, why would you want to use the 3 click method?
  7. Just finished DO in NG+ and got the platinum. I almost gave up a couple times, but actually turned out to be pretty easy overall. Just very tense in some parts knowing you go all the way back if you die, kinda like you're playing Bloodborne/Souls game. I actually fought through most of the battles with gunplay and spammed all four herbs (one of which let's you see enemies through walls if you have the skill, very useful towards the end). Cenote was actually pretty easy, except I died at the start of the platforming section after the water wheels for the stupidest reason! The cutscene ends with Lara running towards the screen, so I naturally continued to do that as soon as I regained control. Of course, I run the wrong way right into the enemies LOL. Only part that gave me a bit of trouble was the Porvenir Oil Field, as there are three stealth/combat sections in a row followed by the platforming section running from the helicopter, which I died on for waiting too long on a ledge. Final boss was easy and I did it on my first try, just remember to conserve your ammo for that fight.
  8. Got this for $8 on Black Friday weekend and I loved it solely for the single player campaign. I might play a few multiplayer matches to get a few of the easy trophies.
  9. Ni no Kuni. I wanted to love that game more than I actually did.
  10. Actually, there are settings in the options menu where you can change to have the turning smooth instead of the "pie chart" default setting. However, it made me MORE sick, and I immediately saw why the pie chart setting is the default.
  11. Definitely a dumb "game," but I loved the sense of humor. Since most of us hunt trophies because it's fun, $1 for 2 platinums in under 2 hours was a blast. Best dollar I've spent in a long time.
  12. My rarest trophy is the Sports Champions platinum at 0.67%. I was shocked to find that it was that rare, because I thought it was pretty easy and fun. Probably because it involves some physical activity...
  13. Vita for me. To me, it's a little superfluous to turn on my entertainment center to stare at static images and text. Plus, I think VNs are more suited for handhelds as if you were on your couch reading a book. I also want to collect physical Vita games as long as they are still being made. Who knows how much longer they will make them especially with companies releasing physical PS4 copies, but no Vita.
  14. Yeah, that guide looks hard to read, not worth the effort to try to decipher haha. I just finished my first ending and I'll wait until someone makes a more simplified guide.
  15. I played the PSP version back in the day and they definitely are not the same game. I'm playing this game on PS4 for the first time, and the PSP game was definitely a sequel as it had a full story mode, character loyalty and progression, and deeper customization. This game seems much lighter in comparison, but still just as fun. Also seems more difficult than the PSP game, as the rallies are VERY long and you have to really have control of the court to win. The CPU almost never screws up.