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  1. Ayaya?
  2. Platinum #35 - Fist of the North Star: Lost Paradise :platinum:

    Ultra Rare 4.21% Completed in 5 months, 2 weeks 🐌

    This marks my 2,000th trophy! 💎

    It shall always reference the 2,000 year history of the North Star ⭐️

    Thank you @Undead Wolf for the stellar trophy guide! 😄

    "Omae wa mou shindeiru." 👊🏻


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    2. ee28max


      Well done! 💯


    3. Honor_Hand


      Congrats on the Platinum Shonen bro. Glad to see you finally got this beast completed. 👍


      Now it's time to get into those Yakuza games :awesome: lol xD

    4. Sigma999


      Nicely done , you finally achieved that plat for your collection after all the hard work , you deserve this one 😊


      I'm happy for one more special plat you earned yourself 😁

  3. Platinum #34 - Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax Difficulty Rating 3/10 Enjoyment Rating 7/10 Very Rare - 7.82% Fastest Achievers - #21 I have no clue what Dengeki Bunko even means. What I do know is that it's an easy fighting with characters from various anime, duking it out in SEGA game locations o.O I recognize a lot of these characters but haven't seen or finished a single anime they are from. During my initial playthrough, I decided to choose Shizuo as my go-to character for he seems badass and Durarara has always intrigued me. In fact, I would say it's the one represented anime here that interests me the most. There isn't much to say here, the platinum is very easy and straightforward, even if you're not very good at fighters. You'll play arcade mode with every character, a lot of the trophies come from that alone. The harder trophies involve beating survival, time attack and score attack under the said conditions. Score attack is probably the hardest of those three modes. You've got to try your hardest to finish each round with a climax art to achieve 300,000,000 points. I came close to doing it with Shizuo but had to end up using the basketball loli for she seemed to give more points for whatever reason. I heard there was a combo with Selvaria that makes for a brillant cheese method. While I haven't tested it myself, I trust my source whole heartily. The rest of the trophies will come from pulling off miscellaneous tasks in versus mode with two controllers (Vita players might need to get a boosting partner online). I did most of my needless grinding throwing vending machines at Taiga, and let me say putting that brat in her place felt so good 😌 The last trophy you will pop will be inflicting a total amount of 10,000,000 damage overtime. This goes by a lot quicker if you've got a turbo controller doing all the work That's Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax, a pretty decent fighter with room for additional potential. If you're into Sword Art Online, I feel like it should be right up your alley. I got my satisfaction from the Durarara and SEGA representation. Surely there is something here for everyone (:
  4. Shin Megami Tensei Nocturne. Seriously, ATLUS. Make it happen.
  5. Platinum #34 - Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax :platinum:

    Very Rare 7.88% Completed in 1 day, 13 hours ⏱

    Currently #22 in fastest achievers! ☄

    Throwing vending machines at Taiga like a boss! 💪🏻


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    2. ee28max


      Well done! 💯 

    3. Honor_Hand


      A bit late but congrats on the Platinum Shonen bro. I see you had a lot of fun throwing vending machines at taiga :awesome:



    4. Sigma999


      Many congratz :D Nice one to get the plat of Dengeki yourself , might start mine on Vita soon 😄



  6. Looks spectacular if not different from the rest in the series, but I'm still all up for this release! (: If it's coming from SEGA, we know we're in good hands. I can't help but point out that Segata Sanshiro is the only man to ever have a real life relationship with his waifu, Sakura
  7. Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax Damage x 10,000,000 You've inflicted 10,000,000 damage on your enemies. Rare - 10.73% Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax All Clear! You finished Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax. Thank you for playing! Very Rare - 7.85% 21st fastest 👌🏻
  8. The idea of gifting is a wondrous thing indeed. However, you can count on the feature being limited to two accounts that connect to the same regional storefront. Meaning, your friend from Japan most likely won't be gifting you games onto your American account.
  9. Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax High Scorer You got 300,000,000 or more points in Score Attack. Very Rare - 8.97% Time Attacker You cleared Time Attack in 8 minutes or less. Rare - 10.23% Survivor You defeated 15 or more opponents in Survival Mode. Rare - 16.01%
  10. Platinum #33 - Castlevania Requiem Difficulty Rating 4/10 Enjoyment Rating 9/10 Uncommon - 22.24% This flawed yet convenient collection contains Rondo of Blood and Symphony of the Night. As a big lover of the Castlevania Dracula X sub-series, do I recommend Requiem to anyone? That depends. You're going to get three great things out of this package. Price, convenience and trophies. But I'm afraid it's kind of downhill from there. From what I am able to tell, these games are not the PC Engine and PS1 originals. I believe they are heavily upscaled from their PSP counterparts within The Dracula X Chronicles. Is that good? Not if you're a purist for these two games like myself. I'm going to say that Rondo of Blood got the better treatment out of the two. It had me pretty well fooled for a while thinking it was the PC Engine original, it's about as close at it gets without having to pay a billion dollars for a decent PC Engine set up with the needed CD attachment and the game itself. If it were up to me, I would say go download it from the Wii Shop Channel, but that's no longer feasible ;-; So if you're going to play Rondo of Blood in a faithful way without breaking the bank, I do recommend Requiem in that regard. Plus, it contains an English dub for the first time, making this version unique in it's own right. But what about Symphony of the Night you ask? That's on a completely different spectrum. I know for a fact that this particular version comes from the PSP. If you like to wear headphones while playing games and want to crank up that soundtrack, you're gonna have a bad time. Not because the music quality is bad, in fact it sounds pretty good and I couldn't find any abnormalities involving it. The dreadfulness comes from the altered sound effects. They are loud, high pitched and will make your ear drums bleed. There is no volume slider in the options so it's not as if you can turn them down, especially when you want to enjoy the awesome music. There is also the re-dubbed dialogue to take into consideration, no more "what is a man" instead we get a completely new English dub that doesn't sit well with the fans and makes Alucard sound like a total wuss. You cannot select the old dub, but you can switch it to Japanese. That's what I ended up doing because the new dub will never do it for me. The new voices for Richter and Dracula are pretty good, but Alucard's new voice completely kills it for me. The reason why I'm so forgiving towards Rondo of Blood's dub is because it wasn't dubbed in 1993 and there was nothing to re-dub in the first place. I get why Symphony of the Night was re-dubbed though. It was to stay consistent with Richter's voice as well as Dracula's from Rondo of Blood. Still... in Symphony of the Night's case, it takes away part of the original charm and cheesy good fun. Imagine re-dubbing over the original Resident Evil 1, anything new would be better, yes, but it would still be criminal to change it anyway. Transforming into mist is mapped to pressing two buttons instead of one now. Once in a while, walking in a certain part of the map won't fill in that percentage, you might need to walk back into the room five times just to get it to register that one square. Utterly annoying to say the least and not something I recall happening from the PS1 original. I should also bring up the scanline filter, it's fake. Because I noticed the scanlines go through the pixels, not in between them. Now, do all these setbacks break the immersion from Requiem as a whole? Not necessarily, but it does give off a rather artificial feeling compared to the original games. That said, I didn't give Konami the money for this lazy attempt of a remaster. Instead, I mooched off a local friend's account and played it that way. It's the principal that matters, had these been absolutely perfect, you bet I'd throw my money at Konami. But I did enjoy doing the trophy run, which scored me a shiny platinum for two of my most favorite games ever ^^ I'm not saying avoid Requiem at all costs, but you should experience the PS1 original of Symphony of the Night in it's entirety first. You can download it off the PS Store and play it on your PS3 or Vita. Once you have done that, then you will have earned your right to play Requiem Yes, this collection contains two great games but they come with a rather questionable porting job, that's the lesson here. I shall leave this video here that explains in great detail all the version differences of these two amazing games. But enough talk, have at you!
  11. As long as physical copies still exist, we will be A-OK 👌🏻 The true path for any collector lies within those discs in pretty cases (:
  12. Platinum #33 - Castlevania Requiem :platinum:

    Uncommon 22.56% Completed in 3 days, 1 hour ⏱

    I have now achieved Trophy Level 16! ⭐️

    "What is a man? A miserable little pile of secrets!" 🍷


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    2. Honor_Hand


      Great work, Shonen boy. Congrats on the Platinum and on reaching level 16. Hope you enjoyed both games in this collection. ;)

    3. DEsIx_KaerO


      Congrats! :)

    4. ee28max


      Well done! 

  13. Castlevania Requiem Map Legend Castlevania: Symphony of the Night: Obtain 200.6% map completion. Uncommon - 34.10% Lisa, forgive me... Castlevania: Symphony of the Night: Defeat Dracula in the inverted castle center. Uncommon - 44.25% Shafted Castlevania: Symphony of the Night: Play as Richter and defeat Shaft in the Inverted Castle. Uncommon - 28.14%
  14. Castlevania Requiem The Full Belmonty Castlevania: Rondo of Blood: Complete 100% of the game. Uncommon - 26.89% You don't belong in this world! Castlevania: Rondo of Blood: Defeat Dracula as Richter. Uncommon - 29.55% Not to be Underestimated Castlevania: Rondo of Blood: Defeat Dracula as Maria. Uncommon - 28.97%
  15. After much contemplating, I finally invested in a pair of robust bass headphones that will stop the neighbors from banging on my wall ever again due to my loud sound system Now I can drown them out, as well as any barking dogs in the neighborhood. Just finished playing Castlevania: Rondo of Blood with these bad boys at high volume, that soundtrack blessed my ears like it never has before. The Backbeat Pro 2 headphones from Plantronics provide very stellar audio for the price ^o^ Now I can continue enjoying my media without anymore compromises. Must go, tons of games to play