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  1. Here's another update from me- this week I started and platinumed Unravel! This is my 9th plat for the event. Ideally I want to still be a bit further ahead on plat count than I am but there's still plenty of time in the year to turn that around. I just fear I'm going to be super distracted by all the new releases (should have put more of them on my list!). Unravel was super cute, great story and visuals, and clever puzzle sections that definitely got me thinking. The 9 hour completion time suggested by the guide on this site seems a little generous but I *did* do a blind run of each level before going back for missed collectibles and no death attempts.. I knew what to expect coming in having already played the second game, and playing others like Limbo, but man some of the misc trophies and no death runs sucked. The trophy for not swatting any mosquitoes is a standout for me as when the button for swatting them is the same button that I need to press to grapple and pull items about, it was easy to accidentally swat the mosquitoes. No death runs were frustrating too when I'd make it through several nail-biting sections consisting of a mix of luck and skill only to squash myself when I pull open a door or pull an object down at the very end of the level. x) Other than Unravel I did keep playing a bit of Assassin's Creed Odyssey, but not enough to earn some more trophies since my last update. Otherwise I think I lost a lot of time to Superhot VR, which I did platinum as well! I didn't put it in this event as I'd already started it but I've been working on it a good while. Glad to have it done. As for between now and my next update, I'll likely keep playing Assassins' Creed, and maybe start another shorter title. We'll see how I go. Hope everyone is doing well! Here's the list for now: Assassin’s Creed Odyssey PS4 - 5%Batman (Telltale) PS4 - 0%Cyberpunk 2077 PS4 - 0%Deus Ex: Human Revolution PS3 - 0%Erica PS4 - 100% Fallout 3 PS3 - 0%Guardians of the Galaxy PS4 - 100% How to Train Your Dragon PS3 - 100% Infamous PS3 - 0%Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy PS4 - 0%Kingdom Hearts PS4 - 0%Late Shift PS4 - 100% Minecraft: Story Mode PS4 - 100% NieR Automata PS4 - 0%Oxenfree PS4 - 100% Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight PS4 - 0%Q.U.B.E 2 PS4 - 0%Republique PS4 - 0%Stranded Sails: Explorers of the Cursed Islands PS4 - 100% Trüberbrook PS4 - 0% Unravel PS4 - 100% Vampyr PS4 - 0%Wonderbook: Diggs Nightcrawler PS3 - 0%XCOM 2 PS4 - 0%Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles PS4 - 0% Zero Escape: The Nonary Games VITA - 100%
  2. My rarest is Roguelike from Superhot VR, and I'm definitely pretty proud of it. It requires you to complete the whole game without dying, and it's definitely a challenge. Most of my rarest trophies are from Superhot VR, I'm still working towards the plat on the game so this hopefully won't be the rarest one forever. The only other game that comes close would be from The Tomorrow Children - the two that break top 5 were both just pretty grindy from memory, and they probably would only stay rare because the servers for the game shut down.
  3. Update time! This week I finished Virtue's Last Reward (VLR) from Zero Escape: The Nonary Games, locking in my 8th platinum for the event. I'm probably a bit behind where I should be in terms of being on track to finish the event, so this month I may try to knock out a few more of the shorter games on my list, considering this is the last month without a big release that I am absolutely going to play straight away (for the next couple months, anyway). But let's talk VLR, and more generally, the world of Zero Escape. Let me tell you, these games were fantastic. VLR took some time to convince me (as you may know if you read some of my previous updates) but man once you get into it, and start getting to the end and putting all the pieces together, the game still laughs in your face and throws in a few more plot twists for good measure. I'm still trying to wrap my head around it all. I won't spoil too much but definitely check it out if you're into this kind of genre, or have played Danganronpa and liked it. To be honest I felt kinda sad when I finished the game, and that doesn't always happen for me, haha. Luckily I still have Zero Time Dilemma to go, and based on how VLR ends, I think I can guess when and where it's set. I feel very fortunate that my discovery of this series was completely accidental- I initially downloaded Zero Time Dilemma a while back when it was free on PS Plus (when we still got vita and ps3 games :') ) and when I saw it was the third in a series of games, I didn't start it right away. I didn't know all too much about it and so I kind of forgot about it. In between that time I did discover and play the first two entries to the Danganronpa series. Then, it came to this event, and I needed a Z game. Of course looking through everything I had and I found Zero Time Dilemma again. This time I recognised that it had some of the same devs and looked similar to Danganronpa, so I thought, why not? I did some research, found the games I was supposed to play first, added them to the list (and thankfully, bought them while they were on sale).. and now here we are. I'm so glad to have discovered these series. Seriously though, if anyone knows anything similar to the Danganronpa or Zero Escape games, please let me know! Because once I finish both of those series, I'll be looking for something similar! This week I did also start Assassin's Creed Odyssey, and this was definitely sparked by the incoming Valhalla. Initially I'd been trying to clean up trophies on the older titles before I got stuck into Odyssey, but I'd rather finish it before Valhalla so I can jump into that one too. I've clocked about 15 hours give or take so far, and man this game is huge. It's definitely a relief to see that the 'complete all locations' trophy present in Origins did not make a reappearance. I love all the small things too, like the fact that the character doesn't wear the headgear in cut scenes, or the ability to change the appearance of your gear, so I can always look put together and awesome, instead of wearing a set of mismatched gear just because they all have the highest stats. My list for now: Assassin’s Creed Odyssey PS4 - >5%Batman (Telltale) PS4 - 0%Cyberpunk 2077 PS4 - 0%Deus Ex: Human Revolution PS3 - 0%Erica PS4 - 100% Fallout 3 PS3 - 0%Guardians of the Galaxy PS4 - 100% How to Train Your Dragon PS3 - 100% Infamous PS3 - 0%Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy PS4 - 0%Kingdom Hearts PS4 - 0%Late Shift PS4 - 100% Minecraft: Story Mode PS4 - 100% NieR Automata PS4 - 0%Oxenfree PS4 - 100% Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight PS4 - 0%Q.U.B.E 2 PS4 - 0%Republique PS4 - 0%Stranded Sails: Explorers of the Cursed Islands PS4 - 100% Trüberbrook PS4 - 0%Unravel PS4 - 0%Vampyr PS4 - 0%Wonderbook: Diggs Nightcrawler PS3 - 0%XCOM 2 PS4 - 0%Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles PS4 - 0% Zero Escape: The Nonary Games VITA - 100%
  4. I'm back! And locking in platinum number 7 for the event with How to Train Your Dragon! If you happened to read my last update, I reserved posting my comments on this one until this update just so my post didn't get too long. Well, here we are. Cue rant: Initially, as a big fan of the series (see profile picture) I was a little ashamed I hadn't yet played this game, especially since it has been on my shelf for basically the entire lifetime of the ps4. I'm wondering now if some otherworldly force had been preventing me from starting this game just to save me from it- because now that I've played most of it... the only word that I can give is... disappointment. Despite bringing in the real voice actors from the movie and admittedly having some pretty decent dragon and character models the game is just sooooooo baaad. Not only this, but terribly inaccurate to the series. Now I get this is meant to be aimed at children... but still, it didn't have to be this bad. The game is set after the events of the first movie- as explained at the start of the game, and is centered around training up your dragon to fight other dragons in tournaments- which, first off, is basically the opposite of what HTTYD is all about. Not only this but there are some glaringly obvious mistakes- like the terrible yellow colouring of Astrid's hair in cutscenes (not to mention they were fine with putting blonde on other characters- so not sure how they messed Astrid's up so badly) or the fact that Hiccup has both his legs (he loses one at the end of the movie). The village is obviously nothing like the one in the movie either, and despite most notable characters being present, when talking to them at any time they generally have only 1 or 2 different voice lines for the whole game (with the exception of the few that give you quests). Noww..... I could try to look past all this if the gameplay wasn't also terrible. The dragon fighting involves a series of 1 on 1 fighting game like rounds, where you use combos to execute different moves. There is a series of trainings on each of these combos which would be great- if the game actually properly registered the button presses. I often had to mash the button multiple times for it to register. This meant legitimately performing any combos that included more than one different button was borderline impossible. So when it came time for real tournaments all I really ended up doing was mashing triangle and on occasion actually properly executing the triple triangle combo for stunning an opponent. There are a total of 52 rounds of training PER DRAGON, which is just insane, devolving into a mind numbing mashing of buttons until the other dragon, who generally didn't fight back, was finally k.o'd. Repeat this for 4 dragons as part of a gold trophy for getting them all to max level, and you can see how even if the training was perfect and enjoyable... that is a LOT of matches to have to do, especially when getting the dragons to max level for the trophy still involved 17 other "wild fights" and 15 minigame playthroughs. The minigames were not terrible, involving basic button mashing and memory games. After 100 arcade fights consisting of the same monotony, and one more dash through of the main story with the opposite character, I was finally done. This week I also continued playing Zero Escape, scooping up a few more trophies to push up that percentage a touch. As I mentioned last week the only thing still bugging me is the game's subtle assumption that I have played the varying story branches in a certain order... but I can look past it, as the concept (to me at least) is definitely quite adventurous and complex to actually execute perfectly. With another game complete I suppose I'll be looking at what to start next... and with Valhalla just announced and now on the horizon, that may very well be Assassin's Creed Odyssey. Until next week! The List: Assassin’s Creed Odyssey PS4 - 0%Batman (Telltale) PS4 - 0%Cyberpunk 2077 PS4 - 0%Deus Ex: Human Revolution PS3 - 0%Erica PS4 - 100% Fallout 3 PS3 - 0%Guardians of the Galaxy PS4 - 100% How to Train Your Dragon PS3 - 100% Infamous PS3 - 0%Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy PS4 - 0%Kingdom Hearts PS4 - 0%Late Shift PS4 - 100% Minecraft: Story Mode PS4 - 100% NieR Automata PS4 - 0%Oxenfree PS4 - 100% Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight PS4 - 0%Q.U.B.E 2 PS4 - 0%Republique PS4 - 0%Stranded Sails: Explorers of the Cursed Islands PS4 - 100% Trüberbrook PS4 - 0%Unravel PS4 - 0%Vampyr PS4 - 0%Wonderbook: Diggs Nightcrawler PS3 - 0%XCOM 2 PS4 - 0%Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles PS4 - 0% Zero Escape: The Nonary Games VITA - >44%
  5. My stats are looking correct. I did okay this month, knocking out a couple plats, playing some old stuff instead of starting new, pushing up some completion percentages and ultimately spending a lot of time working towards trophies but not yet earning them. Among these includes Superhot VR, and man I was sore for a solid like 3 days after haha... I decided to take a several month long break from the game with only the speed runs left to do... big mistake. I pushed through a few levels but I certainly don't remember the enemy spawns like I used to. I'm going to try use this month to finally finish it.. I hope. Earning the plat would make it the rarest plat and trophy in my collection, which of course would be pretty awesome. My percentage this month probably could have been even higher too if I hadn't decided to start Divinity right on the last day lol. It was a friend's suggestion and it's gonna be a long plat but I have enjoyed it so far, particularly due to the coop. My completion's probably gonna tank over the month of may, considering I plan to start some longer games, but we'll see I guess!
  6. I am much the same. In general if I really want to play a game, I will play it, regardless of trophies. I'm not going to bother making another profile to trial the game first, or play it without getting all the trophies. If I am not sure if I will like a game, and the trophies are impossible, I may not try it, but in general this is usually because the game is not really my sort of game anyway. Certainly I am a completionist, but I do have games on my profile it is likely I will never 100%, with one that's impossible (GTA V ps3... ugh). I do agree it's like a history, 100% or not. However... I guess this is the sort of thing where it's really up to the person. We all earn trophies because we enjoy it! If someone wants to go to the effort of making another profile to play other games so that their main profile stays at 100%... well it's not hurting anyone I guess.
  7. Looks awesome, but the price just seems absolutely mental! What's even crazier is that it's all sold out...
  8. Time for another update! This week I really started getting into the second Zero Escape game bundled in The Nonary Games- Virtue's Last Reward (VLR). In my previous posts I expressed a bit of uncertainty about how I felt about it, considering the different direction it has taken from the first. Interestingly enough in some of the text in game it refers to the first game as a "sister title" rather than a prequel of sorts. I'm happy to report that having played a bit more of it now, especially when I hit the first few 'locks', and saw some endings, I can see things starting to fit into place, and I've gotten back that drive to really see the full thing through. It does a lot of different stuff to the first game, but I'm starting not to mind so much. The branching story in this one relies on you jumping around the branches to learn little tidbits of information you wouldn't have otherwise known, as opposed to reaching all the way to the end and then starting over to see different choices- a new concept for me. It's quite interesting as my character can unexplainably (as of yet) remember pieces of information from other timelines that I can use to unlock 'locks' (a point in the story I can't otherwise complete without learning a piece of information (the 'key') from another timeline). Of course I know I'm jumping around, but my character is visibly confused as to how he knows certain things, or remembers going to places he hasn't in the current timeline. The only nuisance thing here is that the game at one point assumes I took one branch before I took another- i.e. one of the other characters in the game appears to be able to view other timelines as well, and in one part of the game, justified a choice they had made as being based on a choice I would make in a separate timeline, a timeline that I had not yet explored. It made me feel a little cheated considering my first choice had been the exact opposite. The game does a good job at not making me repeat very much- different doors open in different timelines, which leads to different puzzle rooms. The characters I am grouped with also changes up, meaning I get to learn about each of the characters in turn (something that I did not realise at the beginning of the game, as it appeared initially impossible to be ever paired up with certain characters). The only other thing that does bother me a little so far is how the game is designed to essentially flip choices to be the opposite no matter which branch I go down- meaning I never win. It often makes the outcomes either worse, or .. much worse. To elaborate, a few portions throughout the game consist of a voting game- the prisoner's dilemma, to be specific. The gist of it is that two prisoners are separated and given a choice to either ally with or betray the other. This choice will determine the length of the sentence they will receive. In short, if both prisoners chose to ally (with each other), they receive a moderate sentence. If one betrays the other, the one who betrays gets a reduced sentence and the other gets a much longer sentence. If both prisoners betray, they both receive the same sentence, which is longer than if they had both allied. The difficulty with this game is that even though the best choice is for both to choose ally, they cannot communicate with each other and will generally instead choose the option that serves to give the most personal benefit (to betray, hoping the other will ally). (This is really interesting stuff, I'd reccomend giving it a google if you're interested so you could have a look at a proper explanation haha). Anyway, to get back on track, the game uses the prisoner's dilemma to assign points to the characters in the game- however on each branch the game generally flips the choices so that if I choose 'ally', only to find the other character chose betray, if I play the other branch thinking 'well they chose betray, so I will too' I'll vote betray to find the game has flipped the other character's choice to become 'ally'. Often times this doesn't make sense as the game even specifically points out that the other character made their choice BEFORE I did- and so logically their choice should NOT change based on my choice. For this reason as well I am hoping the game will explain this later- since it seems silly to bring attention to it without good reason. And on that note, it better be a GOOD reason, because it seems when I am betrayed, all is quickly forgotten, but if I betray- a lot of branches end with everyone being unforgiving and angry at me. The other game I am nearly finished with is How to Train Your Dragon... and oh boy. I *did* have another rant lined up but I think I went on long enough about VLR, and so I may leave my thoughts about this one until I inevitably report the platinum hopefully next week (as I so badly want to be done with this game..). Again, here's the list, hope everyone is doing well during these times! Assassin’s Creed Odyssey PS4 - 0%Batman (Telltale) PS4 - 0%Cyberpunk 2077 PS4 - 0%Deus Ex: Human Revolution PS3 - 0%Erica PS4 - 100% Fallout 3 PS3 - 0%Guardians of the Galaxy PS4 - 100% How to Train Your Dragon PS3 - >98%Infamous PS3 - 0%Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy PS4 - 0%Kingdom Hearts PS4 - 0%Late Shift PS4 - 100% Minecraft: Story Mode PS4 - 100% NieR Automata PS4 - 0%Oxenfree PS4 - 100% Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight PS4 - 0%Q.U.B.E 2 PS4 - 0%Republique PS4 - 0%Stranded Sails: Explorers of the Cursed Islands PS4 - 100% Trüberbrook PS4 - 0%Unravel PS4 - 0%Vampyr PS4 - 0%Wonderbook: Diggs Nightcrawler PS3 - 0%XCOM 2 PS4 - 0%Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles PS4 - 0% Zero Escape: The Nonary Games VITA - >41%
  9. I’ll be interested to know what you think too, from a perspective of playing the remake first... since I’m tempted to go back and play VII but also not sure. Hope you enjoy!
  10. From the perspective of another new comer, with the remake being the only final fantasy game I have finished the story of so far, I would recommend XV. I did play XV before the remake but never finished it, and playing the remake and subsequently finishing it made me really want to go back and experience XV again (and finish it this time). There’s no real reason I didn’t finish it in the first place, life just got in the way. I was really enjoying it! XV has the same style as the remake but there is a whole open world to explore too. As mentioned above if you’re looking to get all DLC trophies they did patch out comrades, but it was entirely doable solo and you can still do it with an older game version.
  11. Update #11! I'm back with another weekly (sort of... more like fortnightly this time) update! I neglected posting the last couple weeks after I really made no progress towards this event at all- and I figured that while I've been trying to keep to posting once a week, it should really be relevant to the event at least a little... as much as I would love to talk about the Final Fantasy VII Remake hahah. Anyway, I've just locked in my 6th platinum for the event with Minecraft Story Mode. I'm falling a little behind schedule but with the next big release I'll be looking to play not coming out until June at the earliest, I have some time to catch up on older titles. I definitely want to be looking at starting some of my longer titles on my list shortly, so I know I have plenty of time to finish them. As for what's in progress, I have stalled a little on Zero Escape. I don't know, but Virtue's Last Reward just isn't grabbing me like the first one did. I'm still loving the puzzles for sure, but I dunno. They've changed the entire definition of what the "Nonary Game" was in the first game and I just don't know if I'm enjoying it as much. I mean props to the devs for trying something different of course... I'm not really all too far in in comparison to the full thing so I may be swayed in the future. That leaves Minecraft Story Mode. My thoughts on this one are a little bit of a roller coaster ride. I stalled on this one after the first 1 or 2 episodes as I struggled to get into it, but then I came back to it and quite enjoyed the next couple episodes after that. Essentially the main adventure arc ended in episode 4, of the 8 episodes made for this season. Each episode thereafter was a one-shot adventure- one even featuring several popular Minecraft (I assume) youtubers, however I found the use of their actual usernames a bit jarring when everyone else in the universe thus far just has a regular first name. There were also some (I think) references to their personalities that I didn't understand since I don't follow any of them (the most obvious one being why Dan's hair kept changing colour, lol). I'm hoping it's not outrageous to assume that someone playing "Minecraft" Storymode doesn't necessarily follow any of the big name youtubers that play it haha. That being said, the plot of the episode itself wasn't too bad. Episode 7 was probably by far the most disappointing just due to how buggy it was (the story itself was pretty interesting) - a lot of voice lines were cut off before they finished and in some instances Jesse's (the main character whose gender you get to chose at the start) voice lines came out in the opposite gender from what I had chosen. This was disappointing as I didn't have these issues in any of the other episodes. Now I know I'm being critical but overall- not a bad game. If you like Minecraft especially then it's worth giving it a go (unless you really hate the more cinematic type of game). I don't mean to be critical... but yeah! That's it for now. I feel like I'm pretty easy to please when it comes to games- so I always try to find little things to improve- or try to be genuine about parts that I didn't like- otherwise if you asked me what I thought overall it would probably be something along the lines of "it was good! I liked it! I enjoyed it!" etc. haha. The list: Assassin’s Creed Odyssey PS4 - 0%Batman (Telltale) PS4 - 0%Cyberpunk 2077 PS4 - 0%Deus Ex: Human Revolution PS3 - 0%Erica PS4 - 100% Fallout 3 PS3 - 0%Guardians of the Galaxy PS4 - 100% How to Train Your Dragon PS3 - 0%Infamous PS3 - 0%Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy PS4 - 0%Kingdom Hearts PS4 - 0%Late Shift PS4 - 100% Minecraft: Story Mode PS4 - 100% NieR Automata PS4 - 0%Oxenfree PS4 - 100% Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight PS4 - 0%Q.U.B.E 2 PS4 - 0%Republique PS4 - 0%Stranded Sails: Explorers of the Cursed Islands PS4 - 100% Trüberbrook PS4 - 0%Unravel PS4 - 0%Vampyr PS4 - 0%Wonderbook: Diggs Nightcrawler PS3 - 0%XCOM 2 PS4 - 0%Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles PS4 - 0% Zero Escape: The Nonary Games VITA - 28%
  12. Weekly Update #10! Not much to report this week except for a little bit of progress in Zero Escape. Virtue's Last Reward seems to award more trophies than 999, so I did earn a trophy even though I haven't reached an ending yet. I'm not sure what to think of this one so far, it seems like they took parts of the concept set up in 999 and tried to add a bunch of other things and change the mechanics that happened in the first game. I did study some game theory so I do understand the concepts, but putting them all together just seems like too much. Of course, I'm not very far in comparison to the entirety of the game so I'm going to reserve any more final judgements until I've played a bit more. In terms of non-event related progress, I've put a lot of time into TLOU remastered over the past week, as I want to be able to have it done and have a break from it before TLOU2 comes out, so I can truly appreciate the masterpiece that it's going to be. And then... on Friday... I started Animal Crossing. Hehe. The list: Assassin’s Creed Odyssey PS4 - 0%Batman (Telltale) PS4 - 0%Cyberpunk 2077 PS4 - 0%Deus Ex: Human Revolution PS3 - 0%Erica PS4 - 100% Fallout 3 PS3 - 0%Guardians of the Galaxy PS4 - 100% How to Train Your Dragon PS3 - 0%Infamous PS3 - 0%Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy PS4 - 0%Kingdom Hearts PS4 - 0%Late Shift PS4 - 100% Minecraft: Story Mode PS4 - 24%NieR Automata PS4 - 0%Oxenfree PS4 - 100% Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight PS4 - 0%Q.U.B.E 2 PS4 - 0%Republique PS4 - 0%Stranded Sails: Explorers of the Cursed Islands PS4 - 100% Trüberbrook PS4 - 0%Unravel PS4 - 0%Vampyr PS4 - 0%Wonderbook: Diggs Nightcrawler PS3 - 0%XCOM 2 PS4 - 0%Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles PS4 - 0% Zero Escape: The Nonary Games VITA - >28%
  13. Weekly Update #9! Slow progress this week, nothing new to report on Minecraft Story Mode, but I did finish off 999 in the Nonary Games. I'm happy to report that I'm impressed, once you get to the later two endings the story opens up so much more, the branching diagram actually hides the true ending until you reach it, and it went on for much longer than I had initially anticipated (based on the diagram). I'm still confused, and with a lot of questions, but can't wait to play the next one. I have some other games not on this list that I want to get finished, and with Animal Crossing out at the end of the coming week, my next update or two may be a little bare haha, but I may try at least make some more progress on Minecraft. The list: Assassin’s Creed Odyssey PS4 - 0%Batman (Telltale) PS4 - 0%Cyberpunk 2077 PS4 - 0%Deus Ex: Human Revolution PS3 - 0%Erica PS4 - 100% Fallout 3 PS3 - 0%Guardians of the Galaxy PS4 - 100% How to Train Your Dragon PS3 - 0%Infamous PS3 - 0%Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy PS4 - 0%Kingdom Hearts PS4 - 0%Late Shift PS4 - 100% Minecraft: Story Mode PS4 - 24%NieR Automata PS4 - 0%Oxenfree PS4 - 100% Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight PS4 - 0%Q.U.B.E 2 PS4 - 0%Republique PS4 - 0%Stranded Sails: Explorers of the Cursed Islands PS4 - 100% Trüberbrook PS4 - 0%Unravel PS4 - 0%Vampyr PS4 - 0%Wonderbook: Diggs Nightcrawler PS3 - 0%XCOM 2 PS4 - 0%Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles PS4 - 0% Zero Escape: The Nonary Games VITA - >25%
  14. This month will probably not be a good one for me- I've been so busy working while applying for new jobs as well in between, but I have been knocking off TLOU remastered trophies, as I'd really like to have it done well in advance before part 2. Having played the ps3 version to 100% as well, I'll be clocking in at about 7-8 playthroughs of that game total. Everyone one of which I've loved of course, there's something about TLOU that I can just keep coming back for... except for the multiplayer to be honest. Could take or leave that portion. But yeah, so I'd love t finish it soon to have a good break in between so I can really appreciate part 2. Other than that I did finish boosting AC4 on the ps3 which was really nice, meaning (unless I decide to do the ps4 remasters) that I've finished multiplayer on all my AC games and I'll just be working at 100%ing them all now. Other than that I've been enjoying the Zero Escape Nonary Games- finished 999 and I'll be moving on to the next one. Not to mention Animal Crossing coming out in a week too- that is going to take up a chunk of my time haha.
  15. Weekly Update #8! Not a lot of progress this time around, I've been a bit busy and also finishing up some of my other games that aren't a part of the list. However I did get started on Minecraft Story Mode as well as lock in almost all of the endings in Zero Escape 999. I feel like so far only one of the endings was really good, it escalated in a way that made sense and had been set up to some degree over the course of the game. The others, however, felt rushed and confusing, like they suddenly realised they were at the end and something dramatic had to go down. Like I'm still a little unclear what happened and I'm waiting to finish the final ending so I can then google discussions on the endings basically in hopes of shedding some light on what actually went down lol. As for Minecraft Story Mode, it's cute, it's simple, the combat is a bit janky but it's not bad. I've only played the first two episodes, so I'll be interested to see where they take the story from here. Despite having 8 episodes total it seems like they've already accomplished a major plot point that was set up in the story (however maybe it's better that it wasn't dragged out so much..), but I will withhold any further judgements until I experience it in it's entirety. The list for now: Assassin’s Creed Odyssey PS4 - 0%Batman (Telltale) PS4 - 0%Cyberpunk 2077 PS4 - 0%Deus Ex: Human Revolution PS3 - 0%Erica PS4 - 100% Fallout 3 PS3 - 0%Guardians of the Galaxy PS4 - 100% How to Train Your Dragon PS3 - 0%Infamous PS3 - 0%Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy PS4 - 0%Kingdom Hearts PS4 - 0%Late Shift PS4 - 100% Minecraft: Story Mode PS4 - >24%NieR Automata PS4 - 0%Oxenfree PS4 - 100% Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight PS4 - 0%Q.U.B.E 2 PS4 - 0%Republique PS4 - 0%Stranded Sails: Explorers of the Cursed Islands PS4 - 100% Trüberbrook PS4 - 0%Unravel PS4 - 0%Vampyr PS4 - 0%Wonderbook: Diggs Nightcrawler PS3 - 0%XCOM 2 PS4 - 0%Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles PS4 - 0% Zero Escape: The Nonary Games VITA - >11%