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  1. Maybe I'm just being pessimistic, but I don't see it happening anytime soon, if at all. I lost hope for it ever happening long ago. Anyway, there is a fan translation of Zero available right now. It's far from perfect, but if you ask me, it's completely playable in its current state. A better one is being worked on right now though, so you may want to wait for that.
  2. Dark Souls (as many have said already) Just about any of the numbered Resident Evil games (0-6) except 2 and 3, which are only available digitally as PS1 classics. I think most of them (0, 1, 4, 5, and 6) are on PS4 as well, though. Tales of Symphonia Chronicles (Get it mainly for Tales of Symphonia. Dawn of the New World is... not so great.) Trails of Cold Steel I and II (two games from what is imo the greatest JRPG series in existence) I was going to recommend Soul Calibur II HD as well, but I'm pretty sure it is digital only.
  3. Hearing this song makes me want to pick up my guitar and (attempt to) play along.
  4. Dark Souls The Dark Soul All trophies obtained. Congratulations! After hearing about Dark Souls for years, I finally played it. But then again, who hasn't heard of it? It seems that any game that is remotely difficult will be compared to Dark Souls. Whether it's a "joke" or not, I'm really tired of games being called "the Dark Souls of (insert something here)". Anyway, I really loved this game. Once I got into it, which didn't take long, I couldn't put it down. It pretty much consumed my life for the past two weeks, but I don't regret any of it. I went in as blind as possible for most of the game, which created some ...interesting situations. In search of the second bell, I went to the Catacombs. Side note: fuck the catacombs, fuck skeletons, and especially bonewheel skeletons; fuck 'em. All I had to go on was what the NPC at Firelink Shrine said. I believe he said something about the depths, and me (being the idiot that I am) thought he was referring to the Catacombs. Little did I know, he was talking about the actual location called "Depths". When I got to the Tomb of the Giants, I was about ready to throw my game disc out the fucking window. Eventually I gave up, and found out through a simple google search that I had no real reason to go there yet. As for the trophies, I got them all offline. I couldn't have done it without the five pages worth of checklists I had. In total, it took me about 120 hours to get the platinum. Most of that time was my first playthrough though, which took forever compared to my subsequent ones. This game is much shorter when you know exactly where to go.
  5. The woman with the most beautiful voice on Earth, Hanazawa Kana. More serious answer: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kana_Hanazawa Or if you prefer: https://myanimelist.net/people/185/Kana_Hanazawa?
  6. Akiba's Trip is the first game that came to mind. It's not amazing or anything, but there's something about it I just love. I've platinumed it twice, and will likely do it again at some point. Hopefully there will be a third game in the future; Akiba's Beat was a mistake.
  7. I have no idea what the number would be, but it would probably be a lot less. I don't even want to imagine trying to platinum any Kiseki game, Atelier (mainly Arland trilogy), or Tales games without a guide. Damn right. I'd like to see someone platinum Steins;Gate without a guide. Getting the true end and the various collectable trophies without any sort of guide sounds like a nightmare.
  8. I'm not sure why Amazon sent me the EU version of the game, but it doesn't really matter. I wasn't planning on buying the DLC anyway.
  9. The Evil Within Pure Evil Unlocked all trophies for The Evil Within. I'm not really sure why I didn't play The Evil Within sooner. I've known about it for years, and I even saw my sister play some of it. If I had seen more of the game at that time, I might have played it then. Speculation aside, I ended up liking this game more than I thought I would. I plan on playing the second one soon, but I feel like taking a break after going through Akumu mode. As for the trophies, clearing Akumu mode is undoubtedly the hardest part of platinuming The Evil Within. There are some annoying chapter specific trophies, and getting all the collectables is pretty time consuming, but all of that is nothing compared to Akumu. I don't have a screenshot, but it took me 17 hours, and I died 445 times. I didn't use a walkthrough for Akumu, but I did look up a few parts that I just couldn't figure out. A lot of people seem to say that chapter 6 is the worst, but personally, I thought 10 and 11 were much harder than 6.
  10. I just platinumed Nights of Azure 2, and... damn, it looks like I'm stuck at the silver rank indefinitely. I'm not opposed to importing, but Flowers is expensive. Well, that and I'd only be able to understand a fraction of it anyway. As for Cross Ange, I don't think I could be any less interested if I tried. Also, I didn't take many screenshots, and this was the only one I thought was worth keeping:
  11. Nights of Azure 2: Under a Glass Moon Bride of the New Moon Conqueror of The Land Without Night Acquire all trophies. I gave up on waiting for the 1.01 patch, and of course, it came out a few days later... I'm glad it finally got updated though, since it made getting to level 50 a lot less time consuming. The last few games I platinumed were easy/short, so I'm kind of glad this game took more effort. And yes, 30 hours is a short platinum time (to me, anyway). My final time was around 69 hours, but I'm sure it can be done much faster than that. For the most part, Nights of Azure 2 is better than the first game. The combat is much better, except for the way weapon switching is handled... but I'll get to that later. Having (mostly) human characters as support instead of four servans feels like a huge improvement. However, only having two servan slots doesn't work well with the game's weapon system. Most of the servans are "tied" to a certain weapon. In other words, you can't use that weapon unless you bring them along, which takes up a slot. There are also four servans tied to certain actions, which can get you to shortcuts, treasure chests, and are sometimes necessary to unlock more servans. Taking one of them along also takes up a slot, of course. Did I mention that you can't switch them without going back to the hotel? Not only that, but it wastes a whole damn day to go back. Even if you have 10 minutes left on the clock, it all goes to the fucking void as soon as you go back to the hotel. It would have been nice to freely switch between areas until the time ran out. Also, I thought maybe I was remembering it wrong, but I listened to the soundtrack of the first game while grinding to level 50... and wow, the first game's soundtrack destroys the second one. It's not that the music is bad in Nights of Azure 2, it's just that the first one had a far superior soundtrack.
  12. Yeah, it's good for the people who play PC I guess, but I couldn't care less about the PC ports. Sen III probably could be localized faster if they didn't waste time porting the first two games to PC. The people who expect Xseed to localize every Falcom game are delusional. Sure, they have localized a lot of their games, but they're not the US branch of Falcom. LOL I wonder what the excuse will be if Sen III is dub-only? I don't really believe that is impossible for Xseed to have dual audio in Falcom games. Tokyo Xanadu and Ys VIII both had Japanese audio, and neither were localized by Xseed. Coincidence? Maybe. Currently, people are saying that it's because they're newer Falcom games. However, Tokyo Xanadu only came out one year later than Sen no Kiseki II (in Japan). Unless something drastically changed between 2014 and 2015, then it just seems like a bunch of bullshit to me.
  13. I know this is old news, but I'm posting this anyway in case anyone missed it. Zwei II is an action RPG developed by Falcom (best known in the west for Kiseki and Ys) that originally released in 2008. I'm pretty sure it was also the last game developed for PC by Falcom. The first game was not localized, but playing it is not needed to understand the story of Zwei II.
  14. 英雄伝説 閃の軌跡Ⅱ THE LEGEND OF HEROES 全てのトロフィーを獲得した。 A little over a year later, I have platinumed this game again. I didn't miss scanning any enemies this time, so I didn't have to start a third playthrough. I somehow screwed up getting Alfin's link level to 5 on my second playthrough this time, though. Thankfully, all I had to do was load a previous save and go through Act 2 again. I managed to speed through it in about two and half hours, but it's pretty easy to do when you only have one thing to keep track of. As for the game... well, I already knew exactly what to expect, since I've already played it. Sen no Kiseki II is easily one of my favorite games, and it would be in at least my top 5. I don't love it as much as Sora SC, but it's pretty damn close. I'm not sure when I'll get Sen III, though it will most likely be when it is localized. I kind of want to import it now, but I don't know if it would be worth it, since I wouldn't be able to understand most of the story. Also, I wasn't paying attention at all to how many trophies I had, so the trophy for obtaining all recipes is my 3500th trophy... lol.