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  1. Yeah of the two I'd expect it to go more towards trophies being more rare due to people who don't have the DLC not knowing/bothering to check the box rather than being like it is now from people who have the DLC lying about it. I know it won't be accurate, but neither will the other suggestions as there's no way to get an accurate statistic in terms of just those with the DLC. The way I see it the site considers DLC to be part of the game in all the other stats, so the old method was more consistent. The reason it was changed (from what I've seen people say) was because DLC trophies were too rare, so allowing people to declare they don't have the DLC would be to take the edge off that, rather than to give a stat that's supposedly accurate (which is impossible as things are now). Yes, there'll be easy DLC trophies with a rarity that implies otherwise, but you'd also find the same issue with an easy trophy in the main game that doesn't come until later on in the story.
  2. If it was just randomly implemented one day I agree it wouldn't work, but I think if it was announced on the site and there was a link or somewhere on your profile to click to easily get a list of your DLCs with no trophies earned then a lot of people would spend 5-10 mins going through it to get those trophies out of their unearned trophies/trophy advisor. Honesty doesn't seem like an issue to me considering that (a) the current system assumes they don't have it, so even if 99% of people lied we'd still have a slight improvement on the statistics and (b.) people can already affect main game stats in the same way by deleting/hiding 0% lists, so it's consistent. As far as I'm aware the only profiles on this site are ones that have been added, so most people on here will use the site. There'll obviously be exceptions where people have added their friends or no longer use the site, just like there'll be people who have a DLC and tick to say they don't. We can't get an actual accurate statistic, but at least this way it's based on something rather than random guesses or an outright "everyone/noone has it" which is obviously not going to be the case. Regarding DLC being added at a later date there'd probably be a way to program it so that the box for not having DLC is auto-ticked for everyone with that game at the time the DLC is released (with the option to untick of course) but then after that it's assumed you have it unless you tick you don't. For GOTY editions it'd work the same unless there was a separate GOTY list and it was reported as one like how I said before. In regards to what box you check it'd be a simple yes/no for each DLC - if you have it you'd tick yes, whether you bought it as an individual DLC, have it as part of the season pass or it came with it on a GOTY edition.
  3. I haven't read the whole thread but I really like the idea of assuming everyone has the dlc with an option to tick a box saying you don't own certain ones. Yes, some people will say they don't have it when they do. But those people will also be deleting 0% lists from games they actually own. This would also help with showing a more accurate number of unearned trophies, and would make the trophy adviser more useful. It could also be combined with the suggestion of marking everyone as a dlc owner on games where it comes free with the base game. There could be an option on the game's list similar to the option to flag someone, to say certain or all dlcs come with the main game, which would then lead to the option for people to say they don't own it being unavailable.
  4. I'm really in love with this 3-in-1 idea. I live with friends and we enjoy sitting in the front room together while we each play our own games, but it's a hassle having to bring some of our TVs down if we're all playing console games. I love the idea of just taking the tablet part downstairs, propping it up somewhere and still being able to use the standard controller, and also having the handheld option for when that's easier. Once I get round to the PS4 I imagine I'll use the remote play a lot on my laptop and/or on Vita, though from my understanding of how it works I wouldn't be able to do this if the internet went down. Whether I get one or not will depend on the games they release. I'm interested in Splatoon, but would need more than that to justify purchasing another console.
  5. I don't think they're saying to separate the lists, just to allow individuals to change it from saying multi to single platform just on their own profiles. So (from my understanding) everything would look exactly the same when looking up games, but when looking at a multi-platform game on your own profile there would be an option somewhere to select one of the platforms from the list, so that (on your profile only) it displays just like it would if the game wasn't on the other platform(s). The guides, forum posts etc would remain regardless of platform choice, the game would still be listed as multi-platform when looking it up, the game would be listed as the platform you selected on your profile and it would be listed as the platform other people selected on their profiles (or as multi-platform if they haven't selected one). I don't know if that would be possible, and how difficult it would be to implement, but I do think it would be a good idea. I don't have any multi-platform games on my profile yet but I do know of at least one game I intend to play that is (Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishment). I will be playing this game on PS3, so I won't want it to show up on my PS4 list. If it's not possible to implement, then maybe an option to exclude a game from the PS3/4/Vita list (again on your profile only)?
  6. Edit: I've got the trophy now thanks, have returned the hearts.
  7. Edit: I've got the trophy now thanks, have returned the hearts.
  8. Edit: I've got the trophy now thanks, have returned all hearts.
  9. Won't let me edit but got this now. For anyone else who gets stuck I found to do the following: - use both hands for the first move and push out forecefully to the sides - keep arms quite wide for the throwing arms back move next, keep arms stiff and throw back forcefully as far back as possible (it'll hurt your shoulders doing it but I found it to be the only way to get perfects) - when he does the pushing arm out then behind his back move, twist as you put it behind your back with the light on the move controller facing your left behind you - the first 'woo hoo' each time is a star move so focus on getting that right, I found doing it perfectly made the next move just ok so settled for good on the 3 repeats to get good/perfect next move - for the guitar part I'm not really sure, I tried pointing more down and doing an anticlockwise small circle while strumming and it registered as good most of the time - for the taking it in turns with each fist in the air just doing the right hand worked best - in the second part of the song watch the bottom for it changing that move into one where you do more of a 90 degree angle forward and back up. It helped to put my head down for this to make sure I went forward enough.
  10. This is the only song I can't seem to get 12000 for. Highest so far is just over 10000 but ranging down to around 8000. I feel like I'm doing the moves right but can get anything from perfect down to ok. Does anyone who's done this know any tips? I've got up to 20000 on other songs first try so not sure why this one is so difficult.