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  1. I hear ya on that one. I just got pass the Crusher level solo and it's already a royal pain. I don't picture myself getting any further really without help. This is why I'm wondering if you can get more than 2 people through Share play. But believe me, I to, wish that this had online support.
  2. I already earned my Doom Classic plat and did most levels solo. There were a few that gave me a hard time so I set up gaming session to do share play. On PS4 you can share play the game with 1 other person. I did this to get by those tough levels, like the before mentioned E1M6. Just saying that is also an option for you so you can play the game in multi player
  3. So I've tried surfing the web for an answer but I haven't found one yet. I'm basically wondering if the PS5 Share Play allows for more consoles to join the host console and play a game together? I know the PS4 only allowed one other console to join you. Does the 5 allow more? You can share your screen with more than 1 person now. Anyway, if this is possible, I'd start up a game session on the site and hopefully get a group of people to all team up to beat Doom 2 nightmare run. I'm a decent skilled player but not good enough to handle this trophy without help. Being able to possibly set up a 3 or 4 player run will make this trophy far more obtainable, even if it has to be through Share Play.
  4. Once my copy arrives from a friend in Canada, who bought 5 consoles, I'm just gonna get back into the swing of gaming more frequently. I have a bad habit of once I finish a game I don't start a new one for like at least a week, and that gotta end.
  5. I don't think you can do the arcade in co-op but I might be wrong, it's been a while. The leveling up of Harry and Judy go on a player by player system. While in co-op you can control just one of the two, and in doing so, level up that one character. The exp that the other player gets with the other character does not count for you. So each player will have to fully level up each character on their own. This can be done in co-op but may require more play through as you will need to exit and switch characters. EDIT: The same applies to the character specific skill trophies. If your partner gets one for their character, you do not. So you each must complete all the skill trophies with the character in question as only the player controlling said character gets the trophy.
  6. Nothing is missable in this game. There is a chapter/level select so you can go back and work on getting the collectibles and S grade. All the skill related kills can be farmed. The hardest trophy IMO is the one for beating the game in co-op. Though it can also be fairly fun, especially the final stage. That's as far as I'll go there to not spoil anything. As for tips on the S grade, you are rated on time, deaths, and combo. With that, I just say be very aggressive in every level and you'll get the S grade. You can die a few times so you don't have to play each level perfectly to get that S score. But moving quickly and killing enemies quickly (to get that combo) is the key to S grade. There is also a perk you can unlock to increase the time between kills to still have it combo if you having a hard time on combos. Or there is one that'll allow you to survive 1 hit that would otherwise kill you if having a hard time surviving. And don't forget to use your character skills and get proficient at switching characters on the fly and you shouldn't have any problems. Not a long plat as you can do it in 10-20 hours. Difficulty I personally give it a 5 as a few sections can be tricky but nothing that can't be done after a few tries once you figure out a good strategy that works for you.
  7. I pulled the Flute today. It's a 4* sword. What makes it so special?
  8. I've done 3 of the 10x pulls and doing ok I think. Noelle Beidou Ningguang Along with a few 4* weapons such as the Bell. I'm still very new to all this so not sure if that's honestly good or not.
  9. I'm about 25 hours into the game and didn't know this. So thank you very much for posting. I'm sure it was in a tutorial somewhere but who listens to those things?
  10. As the title suggests, I'm wondering how this game is in terms of difficulty and the amount of time needed to get the plat? I have both plats for the Hotline Miami games and this looks like something very similar to those games. So I guess as a reference point, is it easier or harder than Hotline Miami? Edit: Ok, I've now gone through the game and have the plat. To answer my own question, I'd give it a 5/10 personally. It's for sure easier than Hotline Miami games. Time to complete for me was between 10-20 hours.
  11. I was gonna say Doom 1 and 2 classic. Then I read the online part. Though if you are capable of doing couch co-op, then I'd say go for it.
  12. Looking forward to this one. I really enjoyed the first one as it was better than I anticipated going in. So much better, that I'll likely buy this at launch or very close to it. Trophy list looks fine. May require several play through or maybe just some timely save files, we'll see I guess.
  13. For me it's missable Trophies that require a second playthrough. Or, even worse, are those trophies that just straight up require playing the game a second, third, or even more times over. Looking at games like you Tales of Symphonia.
  14. Maybe they giving it to those that don't really shop on PSN at all or rarely. To get those people shopping there more now and maybe into the future. And those that do spend money regularly on PSN? Well, they getting your money already as is so....
  15. I wouldn't necessarily call myself loyal to a particular console. I get the console that will give me the best return value for my money. And in regards to return value, that boils down to the games that I like and that I'll drop lots of time into. And looking at present and ahead, Sony is still the major winner to me. I love the J games, I like indies, and the PS exclusives are more up my ally than the xbox ones are. I'm not really into FPS games much (Halo, Gears) or Racing titles (Forza) so Xbox doesn't really have anything that interests me much. I did think about going Xbox 360 at one point but they were basically FPS or bust so I went with the more expensive $600 PS3 console. I also own a Nintendo Switch but don't play it to much. I'm still a huge fan of Pokemon and bought the console for that one IP. I'm regretting that decision a little as the Sword/Shield have so many bugs and exploits that it's kinda lost it's appeal of no two Pokemon are the same. Plus, they didn't include all the Pokemon. How the heck you gonna "catch them all" if they not all there? But I do tend to buy just about every Nintendo console, particularly the handheld ones. So basically as long as Sony continues to have the J games and more exclusives that I like (R&C, GoW, Ghosts, TLoU, Horizon, LBP, etc) I'm gonna follow them. Plus I don't like the xbox controller, it's to large.