MythRaider1994

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About MythRaider1994

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  • Birthday 02/03/94

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    United Kingdom
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    My top ten favourite games...

    1. Skyrim
    2. Spyro: Year of the Dragon
    3. Tomb Raider (1996)
    4. Spyro 2: Gateway to Glimmer
    5. Oblivion
    6. Final Fantasy XIII
    7. ICO
    8. Uncharted 2: Among Thieves
    9. Crash Team Racing
    10. Final Fantasy XIII-2

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  1. Still Toro's House, which I've had for years. I've preordered the Spyro Reignited Trilogy, so when that comes out I'll replace it with a Spyro theme. Unfortunately I live in the UK so preorder bonuses aren't available until release.
  2. I just play games that I enjoy and like the sound of. I don’t care if they’re easy or hard. Unfortunately, a lot of the games I’ve been interested in over the last few years have had easier lists.
  3. No doubt it would an honour for you to see mine as well... a great honour. 😌
  4. Perhaps on easy mode it's possible. I always just played on normal and saved it for my second playthrough, which is needed for platinum anyway. You only really need things like attack and heavy slash for steadying the stagger wave and making sure it doesn't fade too quickly. What you really need is a mix of spells like firaga, fira, blizzaga, blizzara etc. Make sure that not all of your spells are top tier or your ATB gauge will run out too quick.
  5. It’s not really necessary. Fang won’t do much to help stagger him, which is what it’s all about. You just need to make sure Lightning has the right magic spells. Also, don’t bother trying to fight him until you’re on a second playthrough in new game +. It’s insanely difficult otherwise.
  6. I wish they'd stop with the generic enemy dialogue. It's always the same in every game. And why do they ALWAYS sound American? This is supposed to be set in Mexico.
  7. I already have one. 😎
  8. Yeah, that definitely looks like a bug. Unless someone's hacking, although I didn't think that was possible on PlayStation servers.
  9. Another Ubisoft open world game? Yawn.
  10. Don’t really see how it’s much different to previous iterations, despite the supposed overhaul. The combat is different, true, but not better. They took one bad system and replaced it with another. Every boss in the game pretty much can be defeated with exactly the same tactics. It feels like a clumsy attempt to recreate a SoulsBorne system. Oh, and the mini-map is littered with pointless shit like usual. I played it on Xbox one btw.
  11. It’s only saying that the rumour about it being announced on the 15th March was fake. That’s what the guy made up. He didn’t make up the story about there actually being a game. That was reported initially by Kotaku, and all the signs still point to it being real.
  12. Smart and friendly ps player from generation y. 

    I wish you luck and convenience for your unearned platinums. Much love to Britain btw.

    Cheers, mate! 

  13. Okay, here’s what you should do... Make sure your strength for Noctis is at least 650. Make sure you’re wearing the ring that upgrades his armiger attack. Equip a pair of daggers (zwill crossblades are best) and then equip Sword of the Father, Axe of the Conqueror and Trident of the Oracle in the remaining slots. Also make sure you eat a Golden Tail soup that guarantees critical hits before leaving Hammerhead for Insomnia. Now for the fight... 1. Use zwill crossblades on his legs to build up your armiger bar. The crossblades won’t do any damage, but that’s fine, because you’re only using them to build up the bar. 2. When the bar is full, have Ignis cast Enhancement on Noctis. This is very important, as it allows you to deal more damage. 3. Activate your armiger attack, and immediately warp strike the antenna on his head. Once you’ve hit it, just keep pressing circle so Noctis will stay up there and keep hitting it. Before long, he will activate the red shield and paralyse you. Make sure you let this happen! Don’t try to avoid it. If you let it hit you, it will cancel your armiger attack, which means it won’t take as long to build up the bar again. 4. When he goes into rampage mode, avoid him until he stops and goes vulnerable. Then immediately use your zwill crossblades and start building up the armiger bar again. It should already be roughly half full if you let him paralyse you. 5. When the bar is full again, rinse and repeat. Cast enhancement, use armiger on antenna, etc... When his health is low enough, he has a one shot kill attack that simply can’t be avoided, so make sure you bring 99 Phoenix downs. Also bring 99 elixirs, hi-elixers, potions etc... Also make sure you bring at least 30 remedies, so that you can cure confusion. Ignis won’t cast Enhancement if he’s confused. During the fight, only worry about Noctis and Ignis. Don’t waste items on reviving Prompto and Gladio because they’re useless and do jack shit. And for the love of Shiva, don’t step or warp out of the combat zone (the red circle on the mini-map) even for a second, because if you do, he’ll regain a ton of health. I hope this strat helps you. I was struggling big time until I tried it, but it worked perfectly for me. EDIT: And I forgot to mention, use Sword of the Father for when you attack the antenna. Axe of the Conqueror and Trident of the Oracle are only there to increase your stats. And also, at some point during the fight, you’ll notice he starts teleporting and reappearing a lot. Make sure you wait for him to teleport and reappear before using your armiger. You don’t want to activate your armiger, only to have him immediately teleport away. He doesn’t do it at first, but he will when his health is low enough.
  14. Have you tried deleting the game off your console, and then tried going onto the store to see if it lets you download it? That’s the only thing I can think of.