EuclidSB-85

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  1. Nope. There are no shortages of games with obtainable platinums that I haven't played yet, with new games being released all the time. If I haven't started a game by the time the servers are shutdown it's probably not that important to me in the long run.
  2. 13 games: Grand Theft Auto V (18) Uncharted 4 (2) Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor (3) Rocket League (3) Final Fantasy XV (3) Dragon Age: Inquisition (7) Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes (2) The Last of Us Remastered (1) Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition (3) Fallout 4 (1) Metal Gear Solid V: Phantom Pain (3) Batman: Arkham Knight (3) Hitman (1)
  3. Masterminds GTA Online: Complete all 3 Criminal Mastermind challenges in The Doomsday Heist. The rarest and most stressful and time consuming trophy I've earned to date.
  4. Here are my personal trophy hunting rules: Play the games I want to play. It could be a 300+ hour JRPG, clicking a mayo jar for 30 minutes, or anything in between. But trophy hunting is a hobby first, and if I'm not having fun it's not worth doing. 100% all games, leave no trophy behind. If I know a game has an unachievable trophy I'll find something else to play. Luckily this hasn't come up yet. Don't stack games. My only exception is if a game gets remastered or re-released with a new trophy list such as a Game of the Year Edition. If I need another account to purchase the game or another system to play them game, then I'm not going to do it. I'd rather spend that time playing something new. Whenever possible the final trophy that unlocks the platinum should be for beating the game. Obviously there are exceptions when trophies require NG+, post-game content or have multiple endings. But when I finally beat a game I don't want to go back and grind out miscellaneous trophies. I'd rather get them along the way. Every trophy milestone on PSNProfiles must be a platinum trophy. No exceptions to this. Any milestones should be reserved for games you're particularly excited about or games that are more difficult or time consuming to achieve. I'll usually plan my milestone platinums ahead of time so I can work towards them. Spread out DLC and episodic games. If a game has story based DLCs I'll spread them out after I beat the base game. Same with episodic games, I'll never play two episodes back to back. I keep them as ways to break up other games I'm playing. Keep my trophy log as tidy as possible. Sometimes it's playing a game to 100% at once, sometimes it's playing to a particular ending or milestone. Sometimes it's just playing a particular DLC or episode. But I like to avoid randomly switching between games. If I start to do that I feel keeping my profile close to 100% will slip out of reach Do not start a new game if my profile is below 97%. If I start a new game and it dips my completion below that number, I won't start anything new until I get it back up. Once I reach 4000 trophies I plan to up that to 98%. Then at 5000 trophies, 99%.