ARB1992

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  1. Everybody's Golf + Overwatch I guess each hero in Overwatch will, instead of fighting each other on maps, play rounds of golf in teams of 6...
  2. Switch: Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze (when it releases) PS4: (Platinum Progress) - Everybody's Golf, (Casual) - Final Fantasy IX, and continuing my ever-lasting addiction that is Overwatch...
  3. It's a Miracle! from Everybody's Golf. This trophy took me a good 20-30 minutes of constantly restarting Hole 12 of Alpina Forest in Open Course Mode to get.
  4. Awesome. Whenever I am able to get the game, then I'll be sure to use it. Good luck!
  5. I understand the points where you're coming from. I just like to play games, enjoy them, and grab some trophies along the way. While I try to stray away from the "30 second platinums" (even though I got My Name Is Mayo), I try to at least go for decently difficult platinums for the most part... Personally, I like both sites and I think both have great guides. Before I found out about this site, I used PST.org for guides specifically; nowadays, this is my default site. If this sight doesn't have a guide that I'm looking for, then I check PST.org. As a guide writer/contributor on this site, I hope none of mine inspired your opinion on the lack of quality guides on this site versus PST.org.
  6. Platinum #37: Rory Mcilroy PGA Tour. This platinum was a huge pushover for me. I ran into multiple problems with Special Delivery. This trophy is very buggy and it caused me to, essentially, play through parts of the career mode three different times. In terms of difficulty, this platinum sure wasn't easy to begin with. Going through the Nightclub Challenges is a grind in itself and a good challenge. While I was doing these challenges, I faced many game crashes and freezes, which was very frustrating. All in all, it was a fairly enjoyable game, but the random amount of crashes and the final buggy trophy needed hindered the enjoyment for me a little bit. Platinum Difficulty: 5/10 Time To Platinum: ~25 Hours Enjoyment: 6/10
  7. This is how I got my "Excuse Me" trophy as well. I feel bad for poor Roadhog after Brigitte's release.
  8. Platinum #36: My Name Is Mayo (Please Don't Discredit My Trophy Collection...) Funny story with this platinum: I was originally going for the Rory Mcilroy PGA Tour platinum. Unfortunately, though, a trophy that is very well known for being buggy ended up screwing me over and, therefore causing me to replay the entire career over. Keep in mind, that, Rory Mcilroy PGA Tour's career is not short by any means. What's worse is that it was my last trophy needed for the platinum. So, needless to say, I was a tad frustrated. I ended up deleting the game off my hard drive and told my relative that I will get a platinum today if it's the last thing I do. It was inevitably this game. While I think this platinum is too easy, but eh, it is what it is; I was going to go for it eventually anyways. Platinum Difficulty: Mein Leben Has Nothing On This... Time To Platinum: ~22.5 Minutes of doing single-stroke drum rolls on the "X" button. Enjoyment: As Much As I Like Having Mayo on my sandwiches. (Not very much...)
  9. Mine's my initials follow with the year I was born... Not very creative... Wish I can change it.
  10. Games that didn't live up to my expectations: Destiny: When the Taken King expansion released, my friends talked me into playing it and I was getting pumped to play it. In the end, I played it for only a couple of weeks and then I was finished. It didn't leave that much of an impression on me after awhile. I'll probably try Destiny 2 out when it drops in price like a rock. Xenoblade Chronicles X: Looking at the Nintendo side of things, I played and enjoyed the original Xenoblade Chronicles game a ton. When the sequel released, I was stoked to play it. Unfortunately, it didn't leave a great impression on me. Maybe it was something that simply didn't click with me. After around 25 hours of gameplay, I stopped playing it. The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword: This is by far the most polarizing main series Zelda game in its respective series. A lot of people either dis it simply for its strict use of motion controls, the "Navi" of the game 'Fi', or the amount of padding the game has. Others tend to praise it for its character development, boss fights, etc. I played this entry enough to finish it and that was it. The game's dungeon design (for the most part) and the overabundance of padding killed the game for me. I felt that there weren't enough variety of dungeons in this game. Especially seeing as its predecessor Twilight Princess had variety nailed down to a core (in my opinion). I just felt that Skyward Sword in general was poorly executed. Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch: I tried my hardest to enjoy this game as much as a lot of others, but I just simply could not... I don't think it's a bad game, I just couldn't get into like others. I got roughly 20-25 hours into this game and simply quit playing. Games that greatly surpassed my expectations and can be considered some of my favorites of recent times: Persona 5: Persona 5 was my first glance into this series and now I'm really wanting to go back and experience the other past games in this series. I loved pretty much everything about this game: Character Development, Combat, Story, Setting, etc. Overwatch: When I started hearing about this game not long before its release, I kind of shrugged it off at first thinking, "Eh, another multiplayer shooter... I may pass it up". Around 1,000 hours of gameplay later, I think I can say that I played it... The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt: Nothing new I can add to this that others haven't yet. I just simply enjoyed this game and was engulfed in the world, its characters, etc.
  11. Mine is the Morgana Theme for Persona 5. I'd like to get all of them eventually.
  12. One game that comes to my mind is Call of Duty: Black OPS III. All because of this one particular trophy: Personal Decorator. This trophy tasks you with doing multiple things throughout the campaign. Below are a few that'll drive some people (like myself) insane: Complete the Campaign on the Realistic difficulty setting. Complete every mission in the game at least once on Veteran without restarting from a checkpoint. Complete all Accolades for all Missions. I'm all for a good challenge, but my goodness this game goes overboard with it I think... It's weird that Final Fantasy VII had a fairly easy trophy list (assuming you used the emulator built-in mechanics), but Final Fantasy IX's list is, from what I heard, VERY grindy. I just started playing it recently.
  13. Grounded from Overwatch: Kill an airborne enemy with Brigitte's Whipshot in Quick or Competitive Play. Brigitte, in my opinion, has the easiest trophies to obtain of all the post-release heroes in the game. Hopefully the next hero's trophies to come will be just as easy as Brigitte's.
  14. I like almost every type of trophy, but there are a couple types of trophies that came to my mind that I highly dislike: Speedrun Trophies: this is really an odd choice for me since I like speedrunning video games from time-to-time, but for trophies like Hurry Up! from Shovel Knight and the various chapter speedruns from the first three Uncharted remasters just felt more like a chore to me. Those games were not fun to speed run for me personally, but I still managed them. I guess that it mainly depends on the game and what amount I have to speedrun. Online Trophies in Single Player-centric games: This goes for trophies like 8 Players Meet in the Wildcats' Baseball Stadium from Burnout Paradise. While this one isn't too annoying to get, if you're not boosting this trophy, then it can be a pain if you keep getting lobby hosts who are not cooperative. I can see this. I'm the same way when it comes to my first playthrough of a game. After I finish the game, I then look at the trophy list. That can be a good or bad thing especially with games that either have a lot of missables or just that one missable that is very detrimental to a playthrough. I've paid that price, though, especially for trophies like Master Linguist from Final Fantasy X, Best Bromance from Final Fantasy VII, and the list goes on...
  15. With the 20% off transaction code that I was able to get from the MLB 18 quest on live.playstation.com. My friend and I picked up some games that'll definitely last us for awhile: Kingdom Hearts 1.5 and 2.5 ReMix bundle Final Fantasy IX Terraria