tnaires

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  1. It may be worth mentioning that there is already a trophy guide available for the PS5 version created by PowerPyx.
  2. @all-stuff-stufed sorry for putting you on the spot 😬 do you have plans to write a guide for the PS5 version? You seem to be very aware of the path to the platinum
  3. Adding to that, the ps3 guide was written taking into account that the player will use the dup glitch, which has been fixed in the PS5 version.
  4. I didn't play the PS5 version yet, but I read the trophy list and I followed the guide you are mentioning to get my PS3 platinum. I think the guide won't work 100% for the PS5 version and here are my impressions: - the PS3 guide is heavily based on the dup glitch, which is not present in the PS5 version. Without duping items you will need to get to ng++ to get enough demon's souls in order to craft every spell and miracle - the PS5 version has no trophy for getting all unique weapons, therefore you won't need to grind as much as you would need if you were playing the PS3 version - the PS5 version has some specific trophies to kill some bosses under specific conditions, these trophies are not present in the PS3 version - the PS5 version has more rings than the PS3 version, four/five more rings I think. You will need to figure out how to get these
  5. Oh man here I go farming that freaky pure bloodstone again
  6. Oh great thing Thanks for your answer
  7. Did anyone have the chance to check if these things are still there?
  8. Yes I heard that too. Also the lack of upgrade trophies makes my changes irrelevant to the platinum probably, but they would make our life easier if we wanted to upgrade any specific path.
  9. I played the PS3 version and I'm extremely excited for this remake. Having said that, 1) I hope crystal lizards don't stop spawning in the current playthrough if you miss them too many times; 2) I hope we don't need so many stones to fully upgrade a weapon anymore. Keeping these things won't stop me from playing the remake and having the best time. But boy, are these things annoying...
  10. I wonder when will the trophies be listed in PSNProfiles as GoT DLCs
  11. Most fun platinums: 1 - Dark Souls Remastered (PS4) - one of the best games I ever played in my whole life 2 - Batman Arkham City (PS3) - I had a great time with Asylum, but this was way more fun 3 - Burnout Paradise (PS3) - I didn't even feel the time passing, platinum popped up when I less expected Most grindy platinums: 1 - Demon's Souls (PS3) - some stones took me a long time to get 2 - Ragnarok Odyssey ACE (Vita) - had to stop many times to grind stuff to improve my build 3 - Virtua Tennis 4 (Vita) - multiplayer was a long grind for real Highest skill based platinums: 1 - Doom 3 BFG Edition (PS3) - nightmare difficulty level was a real pain, mostly because of all the time I had to wait when loading a save after dying so many times 2 - F1 2011 (Vita) - gold medals were really hard for me to get 3 - The Last of Us Remastered (PS4) - survivor was hard to me Most boring / tedious platinums I earned: 1 - The Order: 1886 (PS4) - thought about giving up many times halfway through, this game was boring as hell for me 2 - Dying: Reborn (Vita) - another boring game that I thought I would enjoy more 3 - Smart As (Vita) - not as boring as the ones before but still boring Platinums that I did not achieve, but wanted: 1 - Gran Turismo 5 (PS3) - don't have a wheel and I can't get good enough in this game 2 - Street Fighter 5 (PS4) - I will never be gold really, I'm simply not as good as it demands 3 - Killzone: Mercenary (Vita) - I really enjoy this game but I suck at it
  12. PSNProfiles related question: are these changes going to be applied to PSNProfiles instantly or will it take some time/effort from the dev team?
  13. I decided to name my character after the protagonist of the first RPG I ever played on consoles: Phantasy Star, for the Master System. Her name is Alis.
  14. I got my platinum today and I can confirm that there was at least one collectible I'm 100% sure I picked up but the game didn't track correctly (I suspect there were others but I'm not 100% sure about them). The last journal entry of the game, in Santa Barbara, in the green van after dealing with the first big group of rattlers in the resort. I remember getting it in my first play through, it's very hard to miss, but when I started picking up the remaining collectibles after finishing the game I noticed the game didn't register it.
  15. I thought about this so many times, and I came to an answer: I keep trophy hunting because I've always been a completionist even when a formal trophies/achievements system didn't exist for the platforms I've played. I went through all console generations since the Atari 2600 and I was never satisfied with only getting to the end of a game. I always wanted to discover every secret, kill every enemy, get every alternative ending the game had to offer, based on the progress feedback the game gave to me.