Bobble_DD

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  1. It feels like nobody really read the link I have posted earlier in this thread. Basically all the information floating around from this thread are compiled there in a comprehensive fashion. This would at least minimize a lot of questions here from the past few days^^ https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/u/1/d/1klLucvn27CZbI2_wdJbGcuS3sPzIPu2lxfF4Uv8OMeE/edit#gid=1146450806
  2. I had some problems in my first wars as well. Started with the recommended team of paladin, valkyrie, hunter, rogue. If your team has some armaments layed out try to stay in their range and wait for a victim. They will target your enemy and the only thing you have to do is staying out of the impact and trying to kill someone in between. Also, if your team gets wipeout always fully heal with items after the battle (those 30% hp items habe the best price-performance-ratio. This was actually "killing" me not being fully healed at the start of a battle. And you will always get money once the operation is done. the longer you fight the merrier you get out of the battle. Loosing battles/operations doesnt negate your flag reception from the citizens in your capital. But winning obviously will give you some rewards including flags after ~30 battles (on average). Another tip I can give you is dont run directly to your enemies in a battle. In my squad the paladin moves first but I keep him at his starting position and wait until the first enemy gets closer. Either he will hit me for some (light) damage or dont do much at all. Then it is like a 4v1 or 4v2 situation so you can easily take out the melee characters first.
  3. Thanks for this link. I have seen the same content in another thread over at GameFAQs. Now that I have a better understanding of the game I might give this a try. Although this kills the whole experience. But dont know if you can talk of "experience" if the grind is tens of hours.^^ I would like to throw in another useful link which I have found at GameFAQs. Nice compilation for a lot of gameplay mechanics and overviews of information. click me
  4. Nice! So far I have only played the first one on the 3DS and enjoyed it. I even tried to get most of the content out of it. With trophy support it is propably going to be more grindy. Really interested how they will implement the touch mechanic because the touchpad on the dual shock doesnt seem appropiate for that kind of action. I always felt sorry for my touch screen on the 3DS because it involved a lot of rubbing and scratching.^^
  5. Yes, it is. I am still holding off in the hope there might be a surprising driveclub sale (really low expectations). In the end I have to buy them for the regular price which will be roughly the same I paid for driveclub (ebay) + season pass + bike...
  6. Okay, here is my workaround for this problem that I have encountered on my PS3 several times: the idea is to put something (for example a stack of 3-5 PS3 cases) under the front part of your PS3 so it gets tilted towards the back. This usually solves the non-reading of the disc. Of course this is by no means a fix to the problem but works for me. And from time to time you can check by removing the item to see if it still has the issue. But this happens to only some of my discs. Maybe there are some imperfections to certain game discs that gives the PS3 a hard time (especially if the model is getting old and the laser has been used a lot).
  7. I had the same issue (driveclub retail and bikes digital). The only solution is to finish the initial event you'll be thrown into and then you should be able to choose between car mode and bike mode. But you will be earning trophies (from bikes) along the way. Maybe you should try it first on an alternative account?!
  8. Maybe sooner or later...
  9. I would prefer if you are doing your advertising somewhere else. Thanks.
  10. Finally I got this game to 100%. Basically I started from level 240ish 10 weeks ago. Had ~30 snowflakes waiting to be used but was too afraid to actually use/waste them despite applying the USB save trick. But once @Midnightwards666 mentioned to reshuffle the daily reward I was all hooked up again. After sometimes mindlessly "grinding" for a snowflake I worked my way through the remaining (glitched) levels and once I was on the last season I basically rushed through it using whatever powerup was needed. Thank god this is over! And I can confirm that you even get your daily reward by being offline!
  11. Super Dungeon Bros. Especially fun in MP but most of the trophies can be obtained solo. Just completing all mission might take a while because they change on a daily basis (took me 3 weeks to get the final one popping up).
  12. Just a little insight in my journey to platinum: SP is no "problem". It just takes a while.If you want to go for 100% then getting 100% for TBoBGT might be problematic but doable with some persistance (and YT videos). The online part on the main game is actually the real dealbreaker. Grinding to level 10 would be an enormous task if my boosting partner and I hadn't use the happy island glitch. Also kind of time-consuming but at least it works while being 98% on idle. All the wins and races are time-consuming as well but nothing that a true trophy hunter wouldnt have already experienced in other games. Winning those coop missions were actually kinda problematic for us. We were able to get two done by ourselves (took us several evenings^^) but the last one just wouldnt fall for us. Thats when @ProfBambam55 appeared and it only took him like 2 tries with each of us. All in all I spend a lot of time on this game but squeezed every bit out of it and I liked the overall experience of it
  13. Thanks for the replies so far. @starcrunch061 Thats exactly what drives me to hold it off a bit longer :D. @the rest: I always consult psprices.com for such a topic but as mentioned it appears to never have been on sale on the NA store (although I know psprices.com ist only reliable to 99%). It is not urgent but still bugging me a bit to see it never on sale. But the most important part is that I now know I can use the european version and just start freshly the DLC without having to do the main game again. Maybe it will be on sale for less than 10 bucks in the future...
  14. Hi everybody, platinumed the game 18 months ago and waiting since then for a discount on the DLC. For some reason I have the NA version of the game so I couldnt make use of the "numerous" sales in the european store. Has anyone an idea why the heck it sits on $15 for no reason while in other regions it got discounted? I am basically on the verge of buying it for $15 OR getting the european version (either digital gold edition or disc from gamestop with season pass)...whatever will be cheaper. And to those with (recent) knowledge of the DLC: do I need a save from the (finished) game or can I start the DLC any time in-game without a leveled up character? The plan would be to start the DLC without touching the main game. Thanks in advance.
  15. According to rarity (and by peoples opinion) Teslagrad comes to my mind. I am truly convinced that it is almost impossible to get all the collectibles without a guide, but what actually drives up the difficulty is one certain collectible that wants you to break the game disc. Took me two hours of constantly repeating this specific part. I am sure everyone knows which one I am talking about. The next games are definitely Jak&Daxter 2 and Jak&Daxter 3. Jesus Christ, what a mess with the checkpoint system.