Z-Yux

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  1. How is the overall journey? Like others have stated, I think this Platinum is pretty difficult. Pretty much every trophy in this game requires the process of "everything falling into place perfectly". Sure, some trophies are easier than others, but some can be a complete nightmare. Some trophies require the opposition to cooperate and be together while some take cooperation from both the opposition and your teammates (Zenyatta's "Rapid Discord" is the first trophy that comes to mind). For me personally, I enjoy this game too much and most of the trophies weren't horribly difficult, so some popped naturally. Will it require a lot of boosting? As mentioned by many others, boosting can be a huge pain in this game. Some trophies will be recommended to boost. I was in a couple when I was going for Zenyatta's Rapid Discord back when the game was fairly new and it took multiple hours to even get things going and get people their trophy. You can be boosting and a random can easily ruin it by killing your boosting partners or messing with the objective and possibly ending the match sooner than anticipated. How are the boosting sessions, organized, good people? I was in only a couple and, from what I remember, they were pretty well organized and everyone was very cooperative. Your mileage will vary, though, it only takes one less-than-ideal person to completely ruin a boosted lobby; and for this game and its fairly bad track record of boosting, it can be pretty detrimental. Is this game still active? In my eyes, yes it is. The queue times for Quickplay are, typically, very short and you will have no problems finding games. For competitive play, your queue times will vary: I've noticed queue times that are instant, and some that would go upwards of 2-3 minutes. It mainly depends on what time of day that you are playing the game. I heard this game's community is really really toxic. Is it true? I've read some pretty harsh stories online about how toxic this game can be and watched some videos on people who throw their games. Also, I've read how some make fun of girls who play the game and expect them to play only healers and belittle them for playing anything other than a healer. On PC, it's exponentially worse due to that platform having a constant Text Chat. On console, the only forms of communication aside from voice chat is the communications wheel where you can ping things like "Group Up!", "Thanks!", etc. If you turn voice chat off, then that will be your only means of communication. You can tell when a teammate is very salty when they spam ones like "Thanks!" or "I Need Healing" right after they die. Does it suck to solo? I play the game primarily solo and I have loads of fun. Sure, some matches will be horrible and make the game frustrating, but that's pretty much most online games I think. Is this game worth it? If you play with just the intentions of going for trophies, then I would say probably not. Some trophies can throw you for a loop and can end up being a very frustrating time. If you just want to play the game to check it out and grab some trophies naturally, then I would say go for it. I can say that I'm cripply addicted to this game and still have loads of fun with it. I think it's the varying gameplay between the heroes and the overall "charm" that the game has that keeps me coming back. Hopefully, this helps out.
  2. Platinum #70: Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony Difficulty: 5/10 Time-To-Platinum: ~60 Hours After playing the first two in the series, I had to get the third one. While I think the 2nd one is slightly better in terms of the murders, this one surpasses the other two in terms of the characters. The platinum in itself wasn't terribly difficult, but I had an unusually difficult time with the Floor 50 and Floor 100 Boss of Monokuma's Dungeon Test. All in all, I really enjoyed all the extra content that this game had to offer like its take on School Mode, the Casino, and even the Development Plan and Monokuma Dungeon Test.
  3. Crash Team Racing Trophy Guide has been published.
  4. Since it just released, I am going to collaborate with ThaKingTropy on a trophy guide for Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled.
  5. Congrats to both of the new Forum Mods!
  6. Platinum #68: Minecraft
  7. Sounds great! Thanks for taking the time to implement these changes.
  8. Platinum #66 Danganronpa 1.2 Reload Platinum #67 Rage 2
  9. Platinum #65: God of War This game pretty much took me by surprise. I have heard nothing but great things about this game, so I eventually gave it a shot after buying it on its Anniversary Sale. The story-telling was very good along with the fluent combat and great visuals. As for the trophies, they weren't that difficult for the most part. Valkyries gave a decent challenge, but nothing that was too terribly stressful. Platinum Difficulty: 4/10 Time-To-Platinum: ~30 Hours
  10. Assassin's Creed III remastered trophy guide has been published.
  11. What I don't have Truly Awesome from Rayman: Legends. While this isn't difficult, it is a huge grind that has you completing daily online challenges every day for multiple days/weeks straight. What I do have: Just Beat it from Yakuza 0 I liked pretty much every aspect of this game aside from this one trophy. The Climax Battles were a pain in general. Sure, some aren't that hard, but there was one in particular that took me a lot longer than it should have (Climax Battle #8).
  12. Platinum #64: Assassin's Creed III Remastered. Platinum Difficulty: 5/10 Time-To-Platinum: ~55 Hours
  13. I'm going to start up a trophy guide for Assassin's Creed III Remastered.
  14. I don't mind them too much personally especially if the online portion of the game is a major part of the game or if the servers are, at least, active.
  15. Platinum #62: Watch Dogs 2. Compared to the first game in the series, I think this one surpasses it in almost every bit in terms of gameplay and story. I just felt that this one is more fleshed out entirely compared to its prequel. As for the trophies, it isn't too terribly difficult and nowhere near as grindy as its predecessor. Difficulty: 3/10 Time-To-Platinum: ~25 Hours