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  1. For those of you who like playing these kinds of games with the D-pad, it might be worth switching to the analog stick for this one. I got close once in about nine or ten attempts with the D-pad, then won first time with the analog stick. Seems to give you more precise directional control.
  2. Thanks! Yeah I did wonder if there might be technical limitations. I definitely wasn't thinking collection trophy lists should be split into the trophies for their respective games, more just 100% on a game that contains A and B would count as 100% on A and 100% on B, though you're right that the trophies are often different for collections. I didn't realise the series feature had any impact on the guides. Having taken another look at the remaster examples I cited, I can see that the Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 games do in fact have the same set of trophies (I'd forgotten the original had no multiplayer trophies), though this is not the case for Spider-Man - the remaster has an extra DLC trophy set. I guess it's complicated!
  3. Thanks for the reply! I did spot the Awesome Pea example and one other when having a look through the list of series. I can't see a rule though within your last link that sets out why collections are treated as separate stages rather than alternative ways to 100% the stage(s) of the games they contain. Personally I don't think people should need to double dip - buying a collection of games they've already bought and completed individually, or vice versa - in order to be considered to have completed the series, but I suppose it could make the database/model a little complicated if collections count towards multiple stages. (Definitely not a priority over whatever database overhaul work you're doing in any case, and thanks for your work on the feature so far!)
  4. Series: https://psnprofiles.com/series/181-overcooked Shouldn't this game be an alternative to 1 and an alternative to 2 in their respective stages rather than a third stage, since it's essentially a collection/remaster of the two? So if someone (no one in particular...) decided to skip this game since they've already played all the levels in 1 and 2, they'd still have 100%ed the series. Compare with Spider-Man, which has the original Insomniac game and the remastered version as alternates within a single stage: https://psnprofiles.com/series/158-spider-man As well as Modern Warfare 2/Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered (which are arguably more different) in the Call of Duty series: https://psnprofiles.com/series/2-call-of-duty
  5. Thanks! I do use DuckDuckGo if I'm using Tor/if I notice something I want to find is being hidden from Google, but hadn't thought to use it for this kind of research!
  6. 😯 interesting. Last time I searched for APIs it just seemed like unofficial stuff, but this and another 'wrapper' do talk as though there's an official one.
  7. I'm not sure if Sony provides an API - it might just be a custom built scraper of the store webpages? In which case if PS3 content is ripped from the store webpages, PSPrices' database wouldn't be updatable. Not sure whether the method for updating profiles on this site (by which I mean PSNProfiles) is public knowledge, but @jonny2608 and I have assumed it's a (custom built) scraper of the official PlayStation profile pages rather than an API (Google doesn't seem to return any reference to an official API), and I'd guess the same is true of anything unofficial providing store data.
  8. Seems like it's back to crashing quickly again... The last few days it's not gone more than about 30 minutes using the shooting range method without crashing.
  9. Yeah you can change that. I think it's at the globe where you can launch multiplayer modes - somewhere you can choose public or private as the default.
  10. For me it usually crashes at some point if I leave it on, but I think it's a good few hours at least. Haven't tested it enough to work out how long it takes to crash though. That said, one time over the weekend I switched back to my PS4 and it was just giving me a pulsing grey screen and not responding to any input, nor seemingly turning off with the power button. I eventually unplugged it, which it didn't like, but no data loss as far as I can see. It could've been an overheating issue maybe seeing as I hadn't really turned it off in many days, so I'd say it's a good idea to give it some rest rather than having it boosting overnight and all day for multiple days in a row.
  11. Well the trophy is 20 characters to master not all characters, so you probably could use Wizard but it shouldn't be a requirement.
  12. The Fighting Commander turbo controller has been working well so far. The game usually crashes if you leave it going for quite a few hours (not sure exactly how long as it's usually when I wake up in the morning or when I get home from work that I notice it), but the XP is building up via the shooting range, albeit slowly.
  13. Can't guarantee it, but I've lined up three targets and rapidly fired R2 (using the back button attachment, which is easier to trigger quickly than R2) for about 10-20 minutes and haven't been kicked. It put me in private but it's the same XP. Might order the Hori controller to give that method a go - I'm just not sure whether to get the Fighting Commander or the FPS Plus, which has analogue sticks but seems less available and more expensive in the UK.
  14. The wolves in mission 8 are surely the fastest method for everything except shotguns and launchers. You don't need to adjust your aim (unless you get really bad recoil that doesn't reset), and you can get through a weapon in about 15-20 minutes. You can also run back to the start to change your weapon loadout, though that takes a while. For shotguns and the XM-53 I used mission 11 but I managed to get an infinite spawn in the middle left room in the courtyard (the one with an ammo crate). Go there right at the start (don't destroy the first A.S.P.) and if you're lucky, you'll get robots dropping just in front of the exit of this room (on the objective side) every few seconds, and you won't get respawning P.A.W.W.S. For the BlackCell, destroy the first A.S.P. and Wraith in the courtyard then lock onto the infinitely spawning talons at the far end (but stay at the start of the courtyard for safety/refuelling on Emergency Reserve).
  15. @Sly Ripper @BlindMango any response on this? This site shouldn't be preventing trans people's deadnames from being hidden, now that you can effectively hide it on PSN services. At a minimum, this should be hideable from public view.