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  1. You are a conqueror who loves anime!
  2. You love anthropomorphic animals, regardless the fact they are cute or not!
  3. Not the sportsman we deserve but the sportsman we need.
  4. As far as I know, the only glitched trophy is the DLC-one Fall of the Everlife because I have all the cards (and all the DLCs) but it didn't pop. I guess no one have the platinum because not so many people play Faeria on Playstation and some trophies are extremely hard to get, requiring you not just an extremely good understanding of the game mechanics, but also a great will and devotion to Faeria. And a bit of luck, as any good card/tabletop game That's my speedy-trophy thoughts: You are the Boss - all bosses are extremely hard, they have special rules and special cards so you'll probably have to build a counter-deck specificaly for each of them. Building that specific deck requires you to have all the cards, which means you have to earn them by opening treasure boxes that you can obtain in other modalities. Also, as any card game, you will need a bit of luck to win. Realm trophies (from "Encounter with Ulani" to "Secret of Everlife") - There are 4 Realm with something like 4-5 battles each and all of them are coop challanges that you can play both with the CPU or with another human. Beating the realms it's an hard taks and it's even harder if you want to do it with the cpu... Card-specific trophies (such as Armageddon or !egg) - You have to unlock the card first, of course, but getting all the cards it's something you'll eventually do with ease by playing and understanding Faeria's mechanics. The problem is that the game is quite challenging and some request are hard to fullfill casually so to earn card-specific trophies you'll probably have to build a deck for the sole purpose of achieving that one trophy and... hope for the best against the cpu or farm it with a friend. The first method requires luck and the second requires a friend with Faeria: if you are short on both you'll have a bad day... Gatekeeper - you have to play Pandora 30 times, you can play against humans (higher rewards) or with cpu, but either way it's a long task if you play it fair since are at most 6 battles. You may want to surrender since the Pandora run ends if you lose twice, but in order to play Pandora you have to "buy" the ticket with in-game coins or treasure boxes wich aren't so easy to get in the beginning. Ironically, the best way to farm coins and boxes are Pandora runs The Strategist - the most annoying trophies in my opinion. You start at Rank 25, you have to play and win ranked matches to lower you rank and if you lose when you are below rank 20 your rank goes up. The real problem is that you rank goes up on its own if you don't play often (and/or if the season ends, I don't know since I'm not a huge fan of competitive play...) wich means you have to focus on this and hope for the best. I was like rank 16-17 than I stop playing due to my stupid real life and then... SBAM! Back to 25 T-T Grandmaster Adventurer - You have 2 quest per day, wich became 3 and 4 when you reach a certain player level. Most quests are easy and change automatically once a day, but some are tricky and stay with you untill you change them manually (you can do it 1 per day if I recall well). You have to play a lot to get this. High End Raiding - Like Grandmaster Adventurer but harder: you have to beat 50 dragons in Dragon's Lair, wich is a modality where there are 3 dragons that change daily, so you can beat at most 3 dragon per day, but one of them is a coop-challange so you'll probably beat only 2 per day... or 1... or 0. Dragons are extremely powerful opponents, they have special cards and special rules so you have to create counter-deck and hope for the best every day. Faeria it's an hard game, but it's awesome and if you like card games or tabletop games than you really have to try it!
  5. There are a lot of players online since you can play crossplaform, also some trophies wich are "online" actually can be earned offline. I've earned Oblivion awaits in an offline battle in Dragon's Lair. The online-only trophies are: Contender The Strategist The semi-online are: Living the Dream Oblivion awaits I call them semi-online trophies because the description states that you have to be in a PvP situation, but actually if you do them in Dragon's Lair (and maybe other modalities) you earn the trophy. I'm not a multiplayer-type either, but this game is so fun that I start play with other people and it was awesome!
  6. You have a lot of super good plats, but I don't remeber if I've already picked the ones I really want, so... I choose World of Final Fantasy, which I was about to get, but then I've stopped.
  7. Gris because it looks really beautiful.
  8. I have a question which is both on Outriderd and all the other PS4->PS5 games. I'll go with an example because it's easier to me explain my doubt that way. So, let's say I play Outriders and unlock 70% of the throphies on PS4 than Chuck Norris gives to me a PS5 out of pity (can't think to a more realistic way to get one) so I start play Outriders on PS5. Thanks to you guys now I know that the first time I'll play Outriders on PS5 I'll auto-pop the very same 70% of thse trophies on the PS5 version of the game and then I can keep playing on PS5 with my PS4 save data. Now, let's say I get the Outriders's platinum on PS5, if I'll play it again on PS4 will I be able to auto-pop those trophies on the PS4 just like the first time I play on PS5? Thank you in advance
  9. You know the true meaning of the words "Rare Trophy" and "That's some cute fluffy character".
  10. 7.5/10 that real-life troll face it's funny but also creepy as hell!
  11. I suggest Faeria which is farly new on PS4, but it's quite old on PC and it's absolutely gorgeous! You have a lot of things to do both online and offline, you can also play coop with people which is a rare feature in card games. Actually it's 50% card game and 50% boardgame, but most important it's 100% fun!
  12. I haven't read all the 27-pages, but to me it look like people are pointing out games which disapointed them because they were expecting something big, rather than actual bad games. I understand that and I can rely to it, actually I think those are the real "bad games" because unplayable games are first "broken" and only secondly "ugly" but someone pointed out games which are somehow good or at least they have some aspects that are more than good, such as the graphics and the lore in FFXV. How can you hate a game where you can explore Altissa? I think that (J)RPGs are the genre that can produce the worst stuff because they want you to play them for a lot of time and if they suck, you can't stop from hate them. There are a lot of boring titles like Exist Archive, but the golden medal goes to Sakura Wars which isn't just boring but it also have the stupidiest story ever with the dumbest characters. They aren't ugly since Tite Kubo made the design, but I hate all of them with no exception for being so stereotyped and dumb. Star Ocean: New Hope is the only game that comes to my mind with even worst characters, but at least the gameplay was good and the setting was interesting (the story sucks though).
  13. Soon it will also be on PS4.
  14. If you search "SaGa Frontier gold ingot trick" you find everything you need... in a better way that I can provide To start the gold ingot trick you need a good amount of credit (5000 if I recall well) which you can obtain by fighting a lot of random dudes or with the so-called "junk shop glitch" which I recomend you to search on Google. Both tactics are no complex things, but there are a lot of pages explaining those glitches in a very good and detailed way
  15. I guess Gold trick + a shop list guide, did you already try that way? There was another trick to gain money faster, but i don't remember it right now. As far as I know (which is... not much actually) there aren't so many shops in this game. Not sure if magic-related shops will count for Shopaholic though 🤔 Also, as far as I can tell, the guides for the original are good for this Remastered, but for a 100% guide for Asellus and Fuse we may have to wait since the first have new content and the latter is totally new. Ps. I thought the max number of characters for a route was 15, but I just notice the "Other" section and... people online say that you can recruit as many people you want. Guess I'm gonna catch 'em all then! Pokémon Frontier, here I come 😬