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  1. If you have PSVR and a good set of headphones, $30 is more than worth it. If you don't have either of those it might not be worth it for some people.
  2. Couldn't you just leave them on a park bench or something instead? Throwing them away is a waste.
  3. I sold a lot of my games when I was younger, but fortunately managed to hold onto the ones that ended up being worth something (e.g. Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance); as I recall, the games that I tended to sell were sports/racing games, so I probably got a better deal on them then than I would now. I've never sold a console/handheld, though. These days, I tend to keep most of the games that I buy. The last game that I sold was The Division after my friends and I beat it and found the post-game lacking.
  4. You bought this game four times? I bought it once on the Gamecube back in 2004 and finally forced myself to beat it back in 2017. It had some great ideas but I don't feel like it fully implemented any of them. On topic: I married Nami the one and only time I played through it. 😁
  5. True Achievements is what I use. It's pretty good; you can even link your PSN and Xbox (and Steam) accounts together though it doesn't seem to do much apart from just showing that you have a linked account. I use TA pretty often when I'm trying to get specific achievements, much like I do with trophy guides here. They also have lots of fun metrics if you're into that sort of thing - and who isn't? I will say that I wish the "premium" tier wasn't ~$25/year; I'd have given them some money at this point if they charged something more reasonable.
  6. I own three out of four of those, so hopefully not those. 😜 Also, those were all really recent games, so it seems unlikely to me that we'd get any of them, especially the Dancing games.
  7. VR is the superior way of playing it, in my opinion. That said, if I only have 15-20 minutes to play, I usually don't bother setting up my PSVR.
  8. If we ever do get a remaster, I'd put my money (not a lot, mind you) on EA selling them separately for $30 a piece. Also, using another engine would require a lot more work than a remaster, so that seems out of the question unless they went the remake route. Andromeda wasn't terrible, but it didn't get anywhere close to the lofty highs of the original trilogy, which is why it failed. Personally, I put about 50 hours into it on Xbone before I lost interest, but I still think I'll come back to it at some point.
  9. It's not backwards compatible on the Xbone, so you'd need a 360 anyway.
  10. Eh, ME:A was a major disappointment, so they'll need more than some flashy trailers to get my money again.
  11. I followed the guide and got everything without any issues, though I'd already played the game through once on Vita a couple of years ago so I know how the game works.
  12. It looks like people are still earning the online trophies, so it must be. I just checked myself and couldn't find any sessions, though; we'd probably need to set up a boosting session to get the trophies. Personally, I think I still need ~13 operations to get the last online trophy.
  13. Zero Escape: The Nonary Games - Technically, this has 6k players on the site, but that's just a criminal number. This release has the first two games in the trilogy and they're the best two; the second game has one of the best stories in a video game that I've ever experienced. They're both primarily visual novels with puzzle-solving, but don't let that turn you off if you're not normally a VN person. Beat Saber (VR) - Best VR game available right now and only 2k players! Be prepared to get sweaty. Persona X: Dancing (P3, P4, P5) - If you're a fan of Persona games and/or rhythm games, these are not quite a "must" but still worth your time. Standard rhythm game fare with decent soundtracks that can each be completed in a day or two. Shenmue II - I'm sort of cheating here since you'd need to play the first game for this one to make a ton of sense, but it's an interesting look back on games around the turn of the century and one of the first games to be "open world" (along with its predecessor). Not perfect by any means, but worth it to experience a piece of gaming history.
  14. 3,434 and I expect that number to keep climbing. I'm at 52.98% completion, though, which is good enough for me; I think I was in the mid-30s when I joined the site. As long as I can be at or around 50% completion, I'll be good with it. I'm curious to see what these numbers will be like in a year.
  15. My estimate was 100; actual was 106, so I wasn't too far off. 😅 Should be down to 105 in the next few days and there are a couple that I'd like to get back to at some point, but I also have a few unobtainables in there and frankly, I'm not too fussed about not getting the plat if it's going to be a slog in a game that I didn't end up enjoying.