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  1. Platinum #64 100% #82 inFamous First Light This is another backlog plat that's been a long time coming. I actually saw the game when I was scrolling looking for another game and decided now would be a good time to finish it too. Once I remembered how all the different powers worked, the game was easy enough to finish. I had already finished all the story missions and collectibles when I first played the game three years ago, so all I had left were the arena missions and challenges, plus a couple free roam challenges. These didn't take long at all however, and I finished up the game in just a few hours of playtime. The game itself was short but fun, and while I don't exactly remember the story-line from three years ago, the combat was smooth and engaging. Glad to finally finish this game, and I would recommend picking it up next time it goes on sale again!
  2. Platinum #63 100% #80 The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Complete Edition All I can say about this game is that I don't know why I waited so long to finally play it! I started it over 3 years ago, but stopped in the first White Orchard area for whatever reason, and never went back. The recent resurgence of the game, due to the Netflix series inspired me to pick it up again and go for it. And 91 hours later, I am not disappointed!!! I played through on the Death March difficulty, and while that was pretty tough for the first 10-15 levels, it became much more manageable after that, and it is so much more rewarding to play through with a challenge compared to the easier difficulties! The DLCs were pretty great too. While the first one, "Hearts of Stone" had a great and enjoyable story line, it was a little lackluster on the side missions and area that it added. "Blood and Wine" on the other hand, was everything you could ever hope for, and then some! It took me straight into a storybook, and Geralt himself even comments about this on a couple of occasions. It added a whole new area, and a wealth of side content and missions. The story was a little longer too, and had some very different endings to explore. Then of course, there is your very own vineyard that you can upgrade and make your own, and if you chose to romance someone in the main game, they'll show up at the end of the DLC too! There is so much more I could say about this game, but really, anyone who hasn't played it yet really needs to just go ahead and start. You won't be disappointed!
  3. Platinum #62 100% #76 Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order This was an amazing game! Easily the best Star Wars game since KOTOR and it went a long way to restoring my faith in EA Star Wars games. The gameplay was awesome and each upgrade and power unlocked truly made me feel more powerful and enhanced my overall enjoyment and experience. The cleanup for platinum was very tedious though, due to the lack of fast travel points. That would probably be my biggest complaint about the game. I completely understand that having fast travel throughout the story would take away from the experience, but having to run for ten minutes just to get one missed terrarium seed, and then ten minutes back is a little bit ridiculous. They should have made the meditation points function as fast travel points as well once you completed the campaign. Other than that one thing, the game is beautiful and a great deal of fun!
  4. Platinum #58 Watch Dogs Four years after starting to play Watch Dogs, i have finally completed the platinum trophy! I haven't 100% completed the game yet, but I do have the Bad Blood DLC installed and ready to play tomorrow. I really enjoyed this game, and went back to it a couple of times over the past few years, but I always got side-tracked and never committed to finishing it until this year. I picked up Watch Dogs 2 at a sale recently, and I am looking forward to playing that next, and I'm planning on picking up the Season Pass for it the next time it goes on sale too. I'm also really looking forward to Watch Dogs: Legion, and I hope that they take the time to get it right, since it has been delayed now.
  5. Platinum #56 100% #70 Batman: The Enemy Within Another Telltale Games platinum to add to the collection! I actually enjoyed this one more than the first Batman game, but I seem to be in the minority there with most people preferring the first. This one felt like there was a lot more variety in the choices you could make and the consequences of each decision. It has been awhile since I played the first one though, so my memory could just be a little faulty. Either way, i always enjoy a good Telltale Game, and this one was definitely no different!
  6. Platinum #54 100% #68 Lara Croft GO Platinum #55 100% #69 Hitman GO: Definitive Edition I finally got around to playing these after picking them both up for like a dollar each during one of the many times they go on sale. They are pretty straightforward and easy platinums, and well worth spending two bucks for a couple more plats. The games themselves had a board game style, turn-based movement system, and even though I ended up using a guide for most of the challenges on each level, I tried to always play through it once first to get full enjoyment out of the game. I would definitely recommend picking up both of these titles the next time they go on sale! Now on to Watch Dogs!
  7. Platinum #53 100% #67 Assassin's Creed Syndicate I finally got around to playing this game after taking a break from trophy hunting for awhile, and I was not disappointed! Syndicate is the most recent of the old-style Assassin's Creed games, and therefore it felt much more polished than other ones such as Liberation or Unity. My favorite thing they added in this game, other than the gang wars, which were a cool idea, was the zip-line! I don't think I can ever play another Assassin's Creed game that doesn't include the zip-line, it was life changing! The only trophy that was a terrible grind was destroying 5,000 objects in a carriage, and i started driving recklessly from the moment I started playing, so it only took about twenty minutes to finish once I had everything else done. The other welcome change from Unity was no crazy collectible grind, as the only collectibles that you had to get were the two areas in the Jack the Ripper DLC. All together, this was one of my favorite Assassin's Creed games, and I really hope they make another one in this style soon!
  8. Platinum #52 100% #66 LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens Man, LEGO games are so nostalgic for me, especially the Star Wars ones! I remember playing the original LEGO Star Wars on PS2 on the living room floor for hours on end when it first came out. LEGO games have changed A LOT since then, but they still remind me of the good old days. LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens was a pretty good LEGO game that kept me occupied for a good few days. While not as in depth as other LEGO games, such as Marvel Superheroes 2, I was still impressed by the amount of content the game included while only covering the events of one episode. The Starfighter battles for random missions were a little annoying, but mostly because you have to load into a new area to complete them, and then load back into the free-roam area when they are done. Other than that, the side missions were unique enough and fun, and this game at no point became tedious or unenjoyable. I'm looking forward to the next LEGO game in my library now, which will either be LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham or LEGO Marvel's Avengers.
  9. Platinum #51 100% #64 Drowning Drowning is a sad walking simulator that deals with the tough topic of depression. The game is very linear and you can only move off the path to grab hidden collectibles, but there are only 6 of them, plus a couple other trophies for trying to walk off the path at certain spots. I played the game through once to understand the story, and then replayed it a few times to get all the endings. Thankfully, in a patch released near the beginning of the year, the developers added the option to skip chapters, which cuts down on the completion time considerably. Drowning advertises itself as a “beautiful low-poly" game, and it is truly that. i didn't feel that the cartoonish graphics were the best option to go along with the deep and important story, but that doesn't take too much away from the game once you get into it. This is the first of this style of game that I have played, and it makes me want to try Dear Esther, despite the fact that it doesn't have a platinum.
  10. Platinum #50 Destiny 2 I took a brief hiatus from trophy hunting to return to this gem of a game, knowing that I wanted it to be my 50th platinum. I am always amazed by the beauty and tremendous amounts of fun i have whenever I play Destiny 2. Even though I know have finished the platinum (finally), I am definitely not one with this game! The next expansion comes out October 1, and I still have one trophy to finish in the first expansion. This is easily one of my top three games ever, and even if playing it so much means I slow my trophy earning, that is a very worthy sacrifice! As for the actual platinum, the last trophy I finished was the prestige leviathan. I remember being so ticked when they changed the trophy from completing a prestige nightfall/prestige raid, to just the prestige raid, as I finished my first prestige nightfall the very next day, expecting to pop the trophy. I have played the normal leviathan a multitude of times, and attempted the prestige raid once before, but my team quit after a few tries at the final boss, and I put it on hold for almost a year. Yesterday, I found a random team on LFG and we finished it with ease, so shout out to those people who helped! Whenever I do go back to trophy hunting, I'll be finishing a couple cheap games I picked up in the last sale, and then finally playing Assassin's Creed Syndicate.
  11. Platinum #49 100% #61 The Order: 1886 This game seems to get a lot of flak, but I'm not entirely sure why... Sure, the campaign was pretty short and the story was left kind of open-ended, but that didn't lessen the enjoyment for me at all. The combat was fun and the weapons were pretty unique and interesting. I loved the setting of the game too, which just added to the fun. I'm sure this game could've been completed a lot faster for me, but I spent extra time searching every area fully, as I did not use a guide for the collectibles, of which there are 77! I can understand why people who bought this game for full price weren't too happy, but i picked it up on sale for around $5, and it was worth every penny!
  12. Platinum #48 100% #59 Day of the Tentacle Remastered I haven't really played many point-and-click adventures in the past, so this one was a relatively new experience for me, and it didn't disappoint! I especially enjoyed the inclusion of the historical figures, such as The whole idea behind the game was fun, and it didn't try too hard with time-travel, instead making it simple and straightforward. This was a pretty quick platinum, but one I completely enjoyed! Next, a couple quick 100%'s, and then The Order: 1886.
  13. Platinum #47 100% #58 Life is Strange: Before the Storm I was and am a HUGE fan of the Life is Strange games, and I've been wanting to play this for a long time. I was not at all disappointed! No games have ever made me feel as much as these games have, and the added knowledge of what happens in the original game made this one that much more bittersweet for me. While it didn't have the time manipulating features of the original Life is Strange, this prequel game held it's own very well, to the point that it's on par in my opinion with it's predecessor. I REALLY hope they make a second Before the Storm game, even though that is highly doubtful, at least until Life is Strange 2 is over, but I'm hoping nonetheless! Next up is either another Assassin's Creed game, or Day of the Tentacle Remastered!
  14. Platinum #46 100% #55 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered Another cleanup Platinum over 2 years in the making! I started playing this game when it first came out with the goal of finishing it, but after completing the campaign on veteran and getting the difficult mile high club trophy, I got burned out and it quickly became lost in the backlog. I decided to finally pick it up again, and spent the first two hours trying to beat the F.N.G. fast enough for it's second trophy. Once I finally completed that though, the rest of the cleanup was a breeze! It made me excited for the upcoming CoD too, especially if there is no zombies mode! Next up is a couple non-plat cleanups, and then some new ones before I return to the backlog.
  15. Platinum #45 100% #54 Stories: The Path of Destinies Oh. My. God. This platinum was the most boring, awful, grindy game I have ever played. I finally decided to knock out the last couple trophies after two years of not touching it, and then I remembered why it took me so long to finish. I literally couldn't sit and grind out the same story over and over, and the narration became annoying in the long run, although it remains one of the best things about the game overall. So it took me a few days to be able to stomach playing through the game another 10 times or so, but I finally finished, and man does it feel good! Now on to a game that should be more fun, literally any other game! 😆