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  1. I'm a bit skeptical, but it's Madoka, so I'll be watching it regardless. I know next to nothing about the story of the game; I would've downloaded it long ago, but my phone doesn't support it.
  2. 英雄伝説 閃の軌跡IV My 2,000th trophy is the Sen no Kiseki II platinum, 50th platinum is Sora no Kiseki SC (also 2,500th trophy), 3,000th trophy is the Sora no Kiseki the 3rd platinum, 75th platinum is Zero no Kiseki, 90th platinum is Sen no Kiseki III... So naturally, I made sure platinum #100 was also a Kiseki game. In case it wasn't obvious, the "Kiseki" series — better known as "Trails" in the west — is my favorite game series.
  3. 英雄伝説 閃の軌跡IV THE LEGEND OF HEROES 全てのトロフィーを獲得した。 With that, I have every Kiseki platinum (again). It's hard to talk about almost anything in this game without spoiling something, so I won't say much. The trophy list is the basically the same as all the other ones. Complete all quests, get all treasure chests, collect all quartz, etc. It took me 200+ hours, but I'm sure it could be done in half that time. Surprisingly, I didn't screw up my NG+ run and managed to do everything in two playthroughs. The platinum screenshot is just the save screen, so here's a picture of Fie instead:
  4. I first played FC, SC and the 3rd all on PC. The controller support is good, but getting (most) controllers to work on PC always comes with a number of problems. If you want to use any of those controllers wirelessly, you'll need a wireless adapter (most likely). If your PC has Bluetooth built-in, you may be able to use the Wii U Pro controller.
  5. Indeed it is. Chapter 6 is even better and is probably my favorite one (aside from the final chapter). I hate spoilers too, so I'd hate to ruin it for someone else. I completely left Twitter for almost a month to avoid Sen IV spoilers. It's hard to talk about almost anything in that game without it being a spoiler. Hell, even the cover has spoilers on it.
  6. You're correct. I thought it had to be done as Richter until DarkHarmonixer pointed that out.
  7. Huh, I must be blind then. When I played Stage 3' as Maria, I didn't see Tera for some reason. From that, I just assumed you had to be Richter.
  8. Reading this thread just makes me wish there was a speedrun trophy for Rondo of Blood Seriously though, just unlock Maria and the game will be much easier. All you have to do is save her in Stage 2; I don't think you even need to complete it. However, you'll still have to play as Richter to the save the other three girls and beat the final boss. Assuming you want all the trophies, that is.
  9. They couldn't even spare ten seconds to find out the actual title of the game... A+ "journalism" right there.
  10. Castlevania Requiem: Symphony of the Night & Rondo of Blood A Miserable Little Pile of Secrets Unlock all trophies for Castlevania: Symphony of the Night and Castlevania: Rondo of Blood. "Word of warning though, that Platinum will be tough to get." - PS Blog Well, shit. They couldn't have been more wrong. This isn't an easy platinum, but it sure as hell isn't a hard one either. With these games there could have been much more difficult trophies, like some good old speedrun trophies — I know everyone just loves those. Instead, there is a trophy for eating a peanut... and that's only the beginning of the dumb miscellaneous trophies for Symphony of the Night. Anyway, I had a great time going through these games again. I know I never shut up about it, but I'll always prefer the older linear Castlevania games. I, III, IV, and Rondo of Blood are my favorites. Because of this, I have mixed feelings about Symphony of the Night. Playing it again somehow made me appreciate it more, though. Maybe I'll even try out some of the other games now.
  11. I finally got around to testing it, and unsurprisingly, it didn't work. It's rare for a localization to include the original text. The only recent example I can think of is Akiba's Beat. Oh, okay. I'm sure it includes those languages, then.
  12. From what I can tell, it's nothing like the PSP version. With Rondo, at least; I've only played Symphony of the Night on PS1.
  13. It's good that not every game is affected by this, but if anything, this just shows the clear bias they have against Japanese/anime games. I'm sure a lot of smaller developers will stop releasing their games on anything Sony related altogether because of this bullshit policy. It probably isn't worth the time and effort for them.
  14. They did? Well, they were wrong. In the options you can change the voice language. I didn't see anything like that in the options. Maybe if you change your system language to Japanese, it'll work. I'll test it later when I get the chance.