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About dargon_lover

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  1. I'm sure I'll get this shortly after posting this, but this trophy is just way too RNG-based =\ Too many moments where you're in narrow alleyways and the bugs jump when they're right next to you and you have zero time to react (or they jump at you from behind, off screen). It's just frustrating... not a fun trophy to chase after
  2. 1) Apparently the play area you choose in the beginning of your run can determine just how many events/artifacts and such you can access throughout your playthrough. I did not realize that... and wasted 15hrs. >>>CLICK HERE FOR PROPER PLACEMENT<<< 2) Literally the Equipment Encyclopedia itself. I managed to do an entire playthrough with all events and most of the Encyclopedia filled out and never picked up the Equipment-specific Encyclopedia. Get it from Mark (buff bug dad in Domina) on his day not working. 2) Make sure you talk to Alex in the Gem Shop in Gato Grottoes or Geo as soon as you can. They count as an entry in the Encyclopedia - Characters; they're the only one I missed in my first playthrough. Even though you interact with them in during story events, it won't count those interactions in the Encyclopedia. Only if you talk to them outside of story events 3) You'll fight Deathbringer. Be sure to go back and fight "Deathbringer II." It's very easy to miss, and it has its own unique entry in the Encyclopedia. ~~~ What does NOT count toward 100% Encyclopedia completion? You do NOT need to get every armor/weapon/item. You do NOT need to capture every pet. You do NOT need to bother with the game mechanic of playing instruments to elemental spirits. You DO need to defeat one of every enemy, but if you're following an all-events guide, the only missable one is Deathbringer II.
  3. Yes, this very much so. Compared to Sekiro and Dark Souls that required you to get ALL skills, spells, gestures etc., this game is very lenient with collectibles. I never even did any of the painting puzzles, I only did one of the puzzles for the towers with the blue/white seals on them. Granted, it took 100~ hours for me to finish this game, but it never felt like 100 hours since there was always interesting stuff to do.
  4. I got the platinum a few days ago but it still feels like I barely scratched the surface of this game, especially when it comes to all the NPCs and their sidequests. Jar Bairn? Never even met them. Is there a comprehensive list of NPCs and sidequests anywhere? I want to do an NG+ run that is truly 100%...
  5. Okinawa dire shadow farm on Merciless. Gives about 104,000 bond XP each time. Dire Shadow spawns right next to the 2nd checkpoint, no going through minor enemies. Plus you naturally gain bond XP just by playing through the story up to Okinawa (technically Kyoto since you need to initiate the next dungeon in order for the Okinawa dire shadow to start spawning).
  6. I haven't touched the new ones yet, I'm slowly working on unlocking all the tainted characters then doing their hard mode clears first. Saving the new challenges for last. It's... a lot lol
  7. Figured I'd post this here since the answers are a bit buried in the other thread. To save transfer just open Binding of Isaac: Rebirth / Afterbirth / Afterbirth + (PS4), and upload your save via the game menu Then open Repentance (PS5) and download. It'll pull the save file you uploaded from the PS4 version. To get all the trophies to pop in Repentance (except for the new Repentance-specific ones), all I had to do was open the Secrets menu from the title screen and they all popped.
  8. this was just fixed in the latest patch. as soon as you open the secrets menu everything autopops.
  9. to be fair, you only need to perfectly (or close to to perfect) run the first stage in Factory 2 The sisters are the only annoying part.
  10. Well... after a 5 month hiatus I decided to tackle Mercenaries again and lo and behold... I got it done within two days. Toggling off Adaptive Aim in the Accessibility options seemed to help a lot... I followed the video guides listed on the individual trophy info on this site. Hope that helps/motivate anyone!
  11. I had to give up on this plat I did Merc just fine on normal, but the hard versions were just too frustrating with a controller. I decided it just wasn't worth the stress/time... not something I could've even enjoyed chasing after. Don't feel too bad about it, especially when there are tons of other games you can enjoy platting out there
  12. Haha I was wondering this. This is a really sweet cute game, similar humor/spirit to Undertale. Surprised there weren't more people talking about it on here.
  13. I'm saving a few ultra health pick-ups for the final boss, so I'm going up against Mother with just 100 health. Her first 2 phases are okay, but in her 3rd phase she has this long range purple attack that I can never dodge. Is there some trick to not getting hit by that? I'm pulling my hair out over this encounter haha. EDIT: of course I beat her and finished my hardcore run right after I posted this. Using Mag 60 and grenade launcher on her 1st phase, flamethrower and firestorm cannon on her 2nd phase (and pausing to get more ammo/health), then just praying for good boss attack pattern RNG on 3rd phase did the trick.
  14. Anyone else notice this? It isn't really trophy-related, but after numerous playthroughs I just couldn't ignore how... obvious this blooper is. Like, you push the two boxes stacked on top over... the bottom boxes stay put... your character backs away from the edge... but instantly is shown falling down the hole... yikes.
  15. So, this has happened 4 times in a row now. Right after the two cut scenes when you beat the Mech Rider 2 and reunite with Flammie, my PS4 does its beeping sound and shuts off entirely. It doesn't turn back on unless I remove the power cord and plug it back in... I've tried reinstalling the game, dusting my console out, letting it cool down... but to no avail. It keeps crashing my console at the same exact moment. I know the remake is known for having lots of bugs and crashes, but I haven't heard about the actual console itself getting crashed. Has anyone else experienced this...? EDIT: I also tried loading an older save and playing up to that moment... alas, it still crashes. SO. It turns out that I was playing on PS4 Pro with BOOST MODE turned on. Turning off Boost Mode fixed the issue entirely. If anyone else has this issue and sees this, all you need to do is go into Settings > System > uncheck the Boost Mode option and reopen the game.