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  1. For whatever reason, TrueTrophies doesn't count DLC you haven't started against your percentage.
  2. If I may split the middle a bit, I really enjoyed it and found it reminded me of some of the games I played as a kid. But there definitely is a learning curve to the game. I would describe the game as not particularly difficult provided that you're save scumming. If you're not, I can see the 100 mission trophy being a real pain to get.
  3. It's not at all. I bought a copy for $11 a couple of years ago. People are just freaking out because of the store closure. I suspect a lot of these prices are going to go way down in the near future.
  4. You might want to consider Zanki Zero for your Z slot.
  5. Sure thing. I was able to get 100% no problem with just the PS Plus version of Hitman 1 and the Gold Edition of Hitman 2. The only thing you need to be aware of is that you will not be able to get the Sieger 300 Ghost became it was part of Hitman 1 GOTY. The Sieger 300 Ghost is the best subsonic suppressed sniper rifle in the game, so a lot of guide videos on YouTube use it. Other sniper rifles work almost as well, though.
  6. Hitman 1 1. Yes. PS Plus is all you need. Hitman 2 2. You will have access to all Hitman 1 content in Hitman 2 that you already had while playing Hitman 1. You will not have access to the Game of the Year content from Hitman 1 (this doesn't matter for trophies). 3. Yes. 4. Yes. No trophies autopop in Hitman 2. I haven't played Hitman 3, so won't comment on your last two questions.
  7. Time for my first update! (It's a little late, I know) Completed Games: God of War: Chains of Olympus Mars: War Logs Narco Terror Port Royale 3 DLCs Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare (SP trophies only) Unfortunately, none of these games were on my original list. So I haven't actually made any progress...
  8. Individual skill can definitely be a factor (my favorite example of this is Need for Speed, which the guide writer rated a 2/10, 15 hours needed... okay, so why does it have a platinum rate of under 30%, then?), but I also feel that a lot of people essentially grade difficulty on a curve that is heavily skewed towards the low end. They seem to be very hesitant to say that something is higher than a 6/10. I suspect some of that is because that's the point at which you're admitting that you found something difficult. Which is easy to do if you're talking about Wolfenstein II or Super Meat Boy, but when it's a 7/10 game? That might open your gaming skills to criticism. But I also think it's because there's an increasing level of granularity at the top of the scale. For whatever reason, people feel the need to differentiate between 8s, 9s, and 10s in a way they don't do for the lower ratings. Anyway, that's why I feel that 4/10 is essentially the default difficulty score here, even though it technically means below-average difficulty.
  9. Metal Gear Solid Legacy Collection has the first MGS game as a download code.
  10. Sony is arguably partially to blame, as they supposedly stopped allowing publishers to put PS3/Vita games on sale. But, yeah, I'd say that the bulk of the blame goes to the publishers for not permanently reducing their prices.
  11. After looking into it, it's a lot less bad than I had feared. Asura's Wrath $10, Drakengard 3 $25, Dead Nation $4, Prince of Persia $10, The Bureau: X-Com $5. I haven't started Asura's Wrath so will probably just write it off. The other one I'm on the fence about is Prince of Persia.
  12. Onechanbara Z (https://psnprofiles.com/trophies/2230-お姉チャンバラzカグラ-with-nonono) should be added as the first game in the Onechanbara series (https://psnprofiles.com/series/539-onechanbara).
  13. This is a pretty common thing, to be honest. I assume it's because a lot of games that are niche in the West are mainstream in Japan. Also, the digital market for games is still much smaller than it is in the West. The flipside is that digital sales in Japan are no where near as good as they are here.
  14. Another vote for the PS4 version of Far Cry 3. They essentially rebooted the series with the third game and it plays very differently from the first two.
  15. Shovel Dodgers still works.