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  1. If you find Glitch World too though to farm lives on for Elite, you can try Child's Play (the first bonus level). It has easier enemies and also gives about 20k points. I used that one because I got frustrated by doing Glitch World constantly and I thought it was kinda stupid farming for lives and continuously losing a few on Glitch World while trying to get more. It took me about an hour to get 70+ lives doing Child's Play.
  2. It's still a bit of a jump, but it's not as bad as Normal to Hard imo. The regular enemies don't have even worse/harder versions, except Sadiv66 who has more health and harder versions of it show up in some fights (before the 4th boss iirc and ones that keep showing up during the 5th boss fight). All of them can be beaten if you have enough lives (I'm farming for the final level right now). It's a given that if you're getting frustrated during Hard difficulty (like me), you're probably going to get even more frustrated during Elite. I did farm for lives (about 10 lives) before starting the first stage, because I definitely needed more than 5.
  3. It's 5 minutes on Elite, pretty sure it was 5 minutes on Hard too.
  4. Don't know if anyone else had trouble with it, but I had a lot of problems trying to defeat Espirro in time on Elite. In the end I just stood in a corner and spammed , the life-draining move. Ofc you have to have enough lives to do it, but I couldn't defeat him any other way.
  5. Yeah, I should've mentioned I'm playing on ps3. That one does allow you to unlock characters etc. with multiple controllers added add the last possible moment.
  6. Voted not to do anything. What other people do is their business. If all the trophies are legit, except for the way the game was obtained nothing should happen. Starting to ban people because they used CFW is a bridge too far. Someone using CFW to get a game does not necessarily mean they are going to hack trophies. That's like saying all hackers are evil and acting like ethical hackers don't exist. Some people just want to see how things work. Sony will get them eventually and if they don't, that means you officially care more about it than Sony, kudos to you I guess.
  7. Glitch world was available for me in Normal despite not having cleared any stages and I'm guessing the level cap is 99. I'm fairly certain you can go farm money and do stage 6 without magic. It does seem a bit glitchy though because I could swear I didn't use magic and didn't get the trophy. It might be that the special (which is mapped to jump + punch or punch + jump, not really clear) voids the trophy too. Also just to be 100% thorough, because the second controller 'last-second-join' works, I'm fairly sure you can easily get the 4 character clears by joining all 3 spots (providing you have the amount of controllers). Keep in mind that the fight does get more difficult. For example if the final Boss is doing attack 5 you need to hit him with all characters because you need a higher combo to make sure he doesn't do his 'ultimate'. Then you'd only need to grind upgrades and difficulties, also you don't need to beat a stage for it to show up in stage select, you just need to reach it.
  8. Just got both the coop and power couple trophy by joining with a second controller when I had a quarter health left on the final boss. I did get it with King and Hannah, so can't confirm any of the other couples, but at least you don't have to play it entirely in coop. As for farming lives and/or upgrades, just select Campaign and then Stage Select. I used the Glitch World, you can keep completing it to rack up your score, just enter the shop whenever you want to upgrade or buy lives, once you have enough you can just select stage 6 (you have to have it unlocked on the difficulty you're playing on). Upgrades are permanent, so they carry over to every stage and difficulty.
  9. As a matter of fact, yes . I updated the list somewhere in February, but then I forgot to make a post about it. I got 2 more plats since that update, so a big post it is then. First up is Saints Row The Third. The first SR I played was Gat out of Hell because of PS+, I liked how ridiculous and over the top it was (especially the musical bits there) and I put the other SR games on my 'want to play someday'-list. The server shutdown announcements for SR 3 and 4 (on PS3) pushed me into getting the online trophies for both those titles (even though they can still be obtained without the servers). I pushed through on SR 3 and got the plat (and hundo) in about 3 weeks. #49 Saints Row: The Third (PS3) Kingpin Unlock all Trophies in Saints Row: The Third. Date obtained: 13/01/2018 Rarity: Rare Enjoyment: 8/10 The next plat was going to be the big number 50 and I chose Red Dead Redemption for it, so have two 100% games I did because I wanted to complete something but didn't want to mess up #50. The first one is Uncanny Valley, I got it for free on PC a while ago and played it (blind) back then. It's a funny 'pixel horror' game, but I did use a guide for the playstation one to get through it faster. I already saw and experienced what I wanted on PC. #24 Uncanny Valley (PS4) Date obtained: 28/01/2018 Rarity: Rare Enjoyment: 8/10 The second one is Hue. I played it back in November to make sure one of its trophies was my 3000th one, but I never did finish the collectibles. Right after Uncanny Valley I managed to complete most of the puzzles I had to do again and got all the beakers. #25 Hue (PS4) Date obtained: 28/01/2018 Rarity: Rare Enjoyment: 8/10 Red Dead Redemption is #50. I didn't think I would ever get to it, but I'm glad I did. I managed to complete it in about a month and I'm really glad I listened to @totallycrushed and @IzzyV666 (this time). They (and a few others) helped me out with most of the multiplayer trophies (base game and DLC). I got the plat on the 3rd of February and got 100% a week or so later. Choosing it for #50 and sticking with that choice is still something I'm really proud of (even if it's a bit ridiculous to be proud of something like that). I can't wait for Red Dead Redemption 2. #50 Red Dead Redemption (PS3) Legend of the West You've become a true legend of the west! Date obtained: 03/02/2018 Rarity: Ultra Rare Enjoyment: 9.5/10 Most of the plats I got next where quick and easy ones. After RDR I wanted something I could do without much effort. I had some fun with The Book of Unwritten Tales 2. I did follow a guide for missable trophies and I paid about 80% of attention to the story. It wasn't bad, though the ending could've been a lot better and they just have to make a sequel. #51 The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 (PS3) Master of Unwritten Tales You have unlocked all trophies of "The Book of Unwritten Tales 2". Date obtained: 08/02/2018 Rarity: Uncommon Enjoyment: 6.5/10 20 minutes into Psycho-Pass I wondered (again) why I still play VNs. At least I never buy them and they come from PS+. I didn't like it, the only saving grace it had was a version of 2048. #52 Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness (PS4) Trophy Complete You have obtained all trophies Date obtained: 14/02/2018 Rarity: Uncommon Enjoyment: 4/10 Before I played Batman and Telltale game (the few I've played) had never disappointed me. After playing Batman that's still the case. It's a bit predictable in some cases and aside from one actual crash in Episode 2 I didn't have a lot of issues (though the frames could be a lot better). I'll have to play the sequel sometime soon (as well as the actual 'action' Batman games). #53 Batman (PS4) I'm Batman Complete Batman Date obtained: 18/02/2018 Rarity: Common Enjoyment: 7/10 Serial Cleaner, oh Serial Cleaner. I really, really recommend this to everyone. It's a puzzle game, but they managed to find the perfect balance. In later levels it took me a few minutes to figure out how I should complete a level, but I never hit the 'ragequit' limit. It's not an overly long game and the bonus levels are full on movie sets you get to clean up. All in all I picked it up because I thought I would like it, I didn't expect to like it this much. #54 Serial Cleaner (PS4) Spotless Unlock all Trophies in Serial Cleaner! Date obtained: 21/02/2018 Rarity: Uncommon Enjoyment: 9/10 I started the Sly trilogy in the week I tried PS Now. I obviously didn't manage to finish it then, but I picked up the trilogy for cheap a while ago. Finally got around to finishing it on PS3, now I just have to do the same on Vita. I enjoyed it more than I thought I would. #55 Sly Cooper and the Thievius Raccoonus (PS3) True Thievius Raccoonus Unlock all trophies for Sly Cooper's first outing Date obtained: 03/03/2018 Rarity: Common Enjoyment: 7/10 (Thanks @sweet_tooth98 for the push to update my backlog )
  10. I platted AC Origins and Bully as a part of a backlog challenge organized by some amazing people on Discord. After Bully I made a poll where Deadpool was chosen as the next game-to-plat, but seeing as I started from having absolutely 0 trophies in that game and it gets quite repetitive after a while, it's a bit further down this list. I tried for some variety and decided to plat XBlaze while working on Deadpool. I don't know why I keep playing these games (probably the easy trophies and the fact that I don't have to play them again when they're completed) when I don't like VNs at all, but I guess a plat is a plat . #46 XBlaze Lost: Memories (PS3) Omnipotent Obtained all of the trophies in the game. Date obtained: 07/12/2017 Rarity: Common Enjoyment: 2/10 Level 22 is a 100% game that I tossed in there in December. It's a perfect game for the Vita, not too long and not too hard. The puzzles and mechanics are fun and it's nice that they added some collectibles. The different boss fights are easy, but still add something to the game. Its humor, while at times cheesy, still made me chuckle in places. Seeing as it was a PS+ title, I highly recommend trying it out sometime. #23 Level 22 (PS Vita) Date obtained: 10/12/2017 Rarity: Uncommon Enjoyment: 7.5/10 Now this one, Deadpool. It took me a little less than a month to plat, and by the end of it, I just wanted to be done. It's a fun game, but the unskippable cutscenes (you can skip a few with ) get boring after a while. Ultra-violence difficulty brings a new challenge, but I feel that it's still unbalanced in some places. I don't regret playing it and picking it up (right before it got delisted), but I wouldn't play it again... #47 Deadpool (PS4) Okay, you can sell the game now Earn all other trophies Date obtained: 29/12/2017 Rarity: Rare Enjoyment: 7.5/10 Right after Deadpool I made a new backlog challenge poll with the idea that I'd spend another tiny month working on the next game. I put This War of Mine on the list because I played it a few times, and while I did like the mechanics I felt that to get the plat you would have to know stuff about the game and be prepared. Playing it once in a while wouldn't get me the plat and I could never bring myself to spend a few days on it, until it got chosen in the poll that is. I read up on some things, started my 40 days playthrough and tried to keep everyone alive. I thought my little kid everything I could and I had a very nice base going. I only had a few trophies to cleanup after that playthrough and it didn't take me more than 2 days of paying proper attention to the game to get the plat. #48 This War of Mine: The Little Ones (PS4) Epilogue: This War of Mine: The Little Ones What's next? What do we do? Where do we go? Date obtained: 01/01/2018 Rarity: Very Rare Enjoyment: 8/10
  11. Is there any news about this yet?
  12. I got the Assassin's Creed Unity plat not too long ago, so it hasn't been that long since my last AC plat but Origins took the AC series to a whole new level. I hadn't bought a game on a release for over a year, but Origins was worth it. Aside from one cart glitch in a side mission I didn't encounter any game breaking bugs or any other bugs that would annoy me. I really enjoyed the new fighting system with all the different weapons. I'm a huge fan of ranged combat, so the bows were a very nice addition and it shouldn't come as a surprise that I used those for almost everything in the game. The map is huge and there's a lot of things to do, though I feel like there could've been a tiny bit extra for the desert regions. #44 Assassin's Creed Origins (PS4) Earn Them All! Earn every trophy. Date obtained: 25/11/2017 Rarity: Rare Enjoyment: 9.5/10 I've had Bully purchased for a while, but never got around to playing it. I knew the very basics of the game but not much else, so I was pleasantly surprised when the game turned out to be a lot bigger than I expected. I didn't expect to like Jimmy as much as I did and I was really glad that Gary isn't featured all that much except for appearances at the beginning and end and the occasional mention. Some jokes were a little too over the top for me but all in all the game was still a lot of fun to play. #45 Bully (PS4) Valedictorian Unlock every trophy. Date obtained: 03/12/2017 Rarity: Uncommon Enjoyment: 8.5/10
  13. I hadn't updated this list in a while, so with this update I added plats #35 to #43 (the last one I just got an hour ago ) and 100% titles #20 through #22. I've had a lot of fun with most of these titles. I also updated my backlog which has only grown bigger in the time it took me to update this
  14. I forgot I never posted my list . Anyway I'll only be doing 5 games (probably) in this order. Sportsfriends Sky Force Anniversary Battlefield 4 Lost Sea Bully Oh, and my completion at the start of the month was 51.27%
  15. I completely wiped out in the previous event and I haven't dared to show my face since. I can't help myself though, so I'm probably going to post a tiny list later (at least I've learned from my mistakes).