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  1. Both Nier games and all Metal Gear games have special places in my heart, but I think I got to around 72% completion of the MGS3 trophies, and just stopped for whatever reason. Either way, I need to get back to it. Would definitely recommend the Nier games, they're amazing.
  2. I think a guide like this is a great thing to have, regardless of what the standard for MH veterans may be. Monster Hunter: World is the most popular and widespread game in the series by far, so total beginners might find some comfort in having some kind of video guide for something they might be struggling with. I do agree that above all else, practice and patience is what makes a player good at this game, but something like this can't hurt.
  3. I will eventually when I'm not juggling a few projects at once! My first game was Quake which came out a few years before I was born, but I've been gaming since pretty much forever. My favourite game is probably Metal Gear Solid 3, though both Nier: Automata comes a close second.
  4. I never really did one of these before, but hello! I'm ManaFear, I've been collecting trophies for a very long time, and I have no plans of stopping. I'm not the most hardcore, but I really enjoy writing about and appreciating games in their entirety, and sometimes even writing guides. My most recent achievement is winning 1st place for the 2017 Guide of the Year awards with the Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony guide, which I am very thankful for. I'm not really sure what else to say, but it's nice to formally introduce myself to such a lovely community.
  5. This is solid advice. First and foremost, enjoy the video game or DLC, whatever it may be, there probably isn't any real rush. Take your time and fine tune any piece of work you can put together until you are happy with it, and it provides the ample information you set out to convey in the first place. This can be applied to almost any kind of writing, but especially guides. Push yourself and the guide to the limits and you can do great things.
  6. you did fantastically, hope to see more from you in 2018, my friend.
  7. oh nice, thanks everybody! it was a pleasure to work on the Danganronpa V3 guide.
  8. I mean, if nobody else is working on one for this site, I guess I could try.
  9. Oh, I see! Thank you. I suppose there's no real demand for someone making one in that case.
  10. What the title said. is anyone working on a guide for it, or is there a guide already? Seems kinda odd that I can't find one.
  11. I agree completely, if there are dozens of different kinds of microtransactions that don't directly make another player better than me, why should I care? It's optional for a reason. But if there are blatant pay to win garbage, then that's a problem.
  12. welcome friend, enjoy your stay
  13. I think that as long as you pick it up once it should count, but I can't say I'm positive that's true. Then again you could use the "secret" shop for any trophies you don't want to go back for.
  14. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is one of the best games ever made, so you should definitely play it at some point, but I'd start with Persona 5 because for awhile after finishing the Witcher 3, I felt like almost every game I played just wasn't good enough for my tastes anymore. However, Persona 5 is an (in my opinion) equal game in terms of quality, so you should be okay.