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  1. Ranked might be easier since it is an even playing field but if you do Ultimate Team, you get the benefit of that time spent leveling up your fighter AND getting other UT rank trophies. This was my first and only UFC game but 90% of people online are strikers only. That is what I was too, so make sure you level up abilities for your strengths. What is funny is that I was also able to win a title with my non-main weight class, so a fighter not leveled up at all, but I was just using him for extra XP for daily challenges. But easiest way is with your leveled up fighter. Title fights can be really tough. You sometimes run into the ultra elite with godly records and ratings and have to start over but you will run into a “normal” champ eventually. Good luck.
  2. Online only. But you will get many attempts at this while you level up and one/several of those title fights will go your way.
  3. I think this is my #1 request
  4. Yeah, I am tempted but will probably wait for 50-75% off.
  5. Not sure what constitutes Indie. Is there a tier between AAA and Indie or does everything fall into one or the other? If so, I’d say the Rock Band series (Harmonix) is definitely my favorite. They are a small shop but not sure I’d say Indie. Also, shout out to Rocket League for nice, casual fun. I don’t have a lot of interest in “true” Indie games but The Vanishing of Ethan Carter, What Remains of Edith Finch, This War of Mine: The Little Ones, Everybody's Gone to the Rapture, Never Alone, and Gauntlet capture my interest.
  6. Exactly 500. Was 666 not long ago.
  7. Gauntlet
  8. There are no rules, guidelines maybe. Keep boosting to a minimum, usually a colossal waste of time that you will never get back for something quite insignificant in life.
  9. Yep, makes sense. Far Cry actually had some of that. Hunt animals to get skins to craft pouches for more ammo, etc and advance skill trees to improve skills/abilities. Maybe not to the same degree though.
  10. This sounds great, I watched some video reviews and have added to my wishlist. I will start with Odyssey as I like Greece and the naval stuff. Not sure when I get to it as I have a pretty long backlog and wishlist (including RDR II) as it is but these look like games I’d enjoy. And yes, I am aware of the vocal displeasure of longtime AC fans. But like you said, that might work out in our favor. Not sure I understand the RPG system, are you basically talking about skill trees and crafting, getting better weapons, etc. or something else?
  11. I think you have to replay the whole thing. Fortunately, this Crushing difficulty was pretty easy, only 2 difficult sections that I recall, one of which (the water room) you can cheese. That might explain why Platinum and Crushing mode trophies in Drake’s Fortune were more common than in the sequels.
  12. NHL 13–17. NBA 2K16 and 2K19. Pinball FX 3 (100%). Ended up getting Plats for most but did not go into with that mind frame.
  13. Actually looking at your profile, you have gotten a plat for every NBA 2K back to 2014, quite impressive. Sorry that happened to you, you will have to settle for a 98%?
  14. Are we getting the ribbons for rare platinums and the one for under 75% (50%) platinums? Those sounded cool.
  15. To be perfectly honest, I don't think I was ever impressed with someone with 200-300 platinums, even in the old days. It was more of an indicator of spending a ridiculous (and probably unhealthy) amount of time on gaming and perhaps not enough other hobbies/interests. Sunlight is good