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  1. Platinum #75 - Persona 5 Royal :platinum:

    Uncommon 40.25% Completed in 4 weeks, 4 hours ⏱

    Total Play Time: 161 hours, 42 minutes 🎮

    All Confidants maxed out leads to 100% Compendium 😈

    Romanced: Kasumi Yoshizawa ❤️


  2. Persona 5 Royal My Closest Partner Entered a special relationship. Common - 57.95% Take Back the Future Completed every Palace. Uncommon - 48.81% The Path Chosen Watched the ending. Common - 50.20% The Phenomenal Phantom Thief Obtained all trophies. Uncommon - 40.26%
  3. Platinum #74 - BlazBlue: Central Fiction Difficulty Rating 5/10 Enjoyment Rating 6/10 Ultra Rare - 3.60% Ugh, BlazBlue... lmao 😂 Okay, so this one the first games I picked up when I bought my PS4 Pro. This is because I have a local friend who is super competitive at this game, so I took it upon myself to try and get better so I can hold my own against him. While I’m more of a Guilty Gear fan myself, he seems to be more into BlazBlue (can’t imagine why 🙄) So we usually would end up arguing on what fighting game to play. I’m better at Guilty Gear, he’s better at BlazBlue. Which one is the better game? That’s subjective I suppose... both are solid fighters even if Toshimichi Mori can’t write. But stories in fighting games are usually an afterthought, even if this game’s story is treated seriously to match that of a visual novel. But it is a story I’ve been following since 2009 when Calamity Trigger released. BlazBlue games have always been dubbed, except this one which is the final mainline entry that concludes the “oh-so-great-wonderful story.” To not dub the last game, like what the actual fuck? And those story modes can take days to finish they go on for so long. They even had the nerve to dub Cross Tag Battle which came out after this one. Eh, it is what it is... story is crap anyway, and I just play it for the fighting now. It has taken me nearly 4 years complete this.. so what took me so long? Numerous things actually. The game has your typical fighting game trophy list with many miscellaneous tasks involving characters, fighting online and ones that require playing certain modes. There are three trophies tied to modes that will be platinum stoppers for most. The first is combo challenge, and is what stumped me for many years. Well, maybe not stumped.. but I lacked the extreme patience to complete all combos with one character to pop the trophy. It takes lots of willpower for those who are no good at inputting a list of on-screen prompts that fill half your TV screen. Thankfully, there is a nifty glitch that makes the game think you are completing harder combo challenges when really you’re just redoing the normal difficulty ones. I may or may not of used that glitch The second obstacle is Abyss Mode, which is like a psuedo-RPG survival mode where you need to fight your way down 800 floors. The trophy requires you to reach the bottom. You checkpoint at every 100 floors and can replay old ones for better tomes that make your character stronger. I picked Mai Natsume and spammed her rapid spear jabbing move that comes from pressing constantly 😂 The AI has a hard time countering this. With patience, it can be done... but the hardest mode of all would be Speedstar Mode. In Speedstar Mode, you have unlimited health but are on a time limit to defeat the amount of opponents you are given. You must clear all three routes for the trophy. Route C is the worst, cause you have to fight 32 opponents which have all been given boss status. It’s as miserable as it sounds. Time is your enemy here. You need to make sure you regain time back, or keep it from going any lower to reach the end. How do you do that? First, don’t get hit.. it takes away time. To get time, you perform fancy crap like distortion finishers, overdrive finishers or astral finishers if your heat gauge and/or barrier gauge is high enough. Since the AI is out to make your life a living hell, I often read that reverting the game back to version 1.00 makes the AI dumber... but I didn’t see much of a difference myself. I still did it anyways just in case. I recommend using Iron Tager cause he deals great amounts of damage and one of his distortion finishers is a grab move that makes it impossible for the AI to block. You just need to be close enough to do it. By selecting “stylish” as your method of play from the character select, that will make performing finishers much easier instead of needing to input the whole command from playing on “technical.” There is also a special move Tager can spam that gives him invisibility frames and makes it hard for the AI to knock you back. I think this video will show exactly what you should be aiming for. Anyway, yeah, I’m done, plat is mine, never again 😂 Long live Guilty Gear!
  4. Persona 5 Royal Intensive Training Used Incense on a Persona in Lockdown. Common - 55.09% Unsurpassed Rebel Conquered the Reaper. Uncommon - 46.70% The Thorough Trickster Completed Mementos. Common - 53.01% Awakening the Phantom Thieves Evolved a party member's Persona. Common - 51.14%
  5. Samurai Shodown (1 movie) Night Warriors: Darkstalkers’ Revenge (4 OVAs) Fatal Fury (2 OVAs + 1 movie) Street Fighter II (1 movie)
  6. Persona 5 Royal True Confidence Maxed out one of your Confidants. Common - 63.04% Easy Money Won the lottery. Common - 57.87% Pure Perfection Maxed out all social stats. Common - 54.36% A Most Studious Disguise Scored the highest on your exams. Common - 55.50%
  7. Platinum #73 - Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered Difficulty Rating 4/10 Enjoyment Rating 8/10 Uncommon - 22.77% I recently platinumed Modern Warfare 2 on PS3, so it should come as no surprise that my opinions and experience with the remaster would be pretty much the same as before. The only major differences between the two versions would be the lack of Spec Ops in the remaster, which was easily the toughest thing about the original. That was surely a platinum stopper for most people. For those not willing to go back to PS3, this remaster serves as a great alternative for those who want to relive the MW2 campaign in all it’s glory, now with better graphics and performance than ever before 😁 This version does have its share of tasks that could be hard for the average player, but nothing as frustrating as Spec Ops on Veteran. Most people dread over The Pit obstacle course and how there is a new trophy that wants your final time to be around 18 or 19 seconds I believe. It took me quite a while to get a feel for it, but after about 30 minutes to an hour, I cleared it quite easily. The trick is to use pistols for accuracy bonuses. Lining up your shots to shoot more than one target at a time also saves time. Memorization is key too, and it’s not as hard as one might think. The obstacle course doesn’t take too long and I would say the one from Modern Warfare 1 Remastered is a lot more tricky. Another trophy that is very different in the remaster is to beat every level without dying once. This is no Mein Leben from Wolfenstein II, don’t worry 😂 You can do one level at a time and choose Recruit difficulty to get the job done. You can’t reload back to a checkpoint either, gotta do the level in one fell swoop. The lack of Spec Ops also means the lack of competitive multiplayer as well. Which is very disappointing to someone like me who spent a great amount of time playing the original MW2 and wouldn’t have minded revisiting multiplayer without the hackers that now plague the original. Of course, Activision only sees dollar signs and probably wants to keep everyone confined to MW2019 or Black Ops Cold War so they’ll keep buying character and weapon skins 😛 Overall, MW2 Remastered is a $20 digital game on a normal day and may be more worth it in the future should it ever be updated with more features. Not counting on it, but one could hope ^^ Hurrah!
  8. Happy New Year to my dear friend 🍾:yay:

    I wish for all the good and greatness heading your way 🤗

    May we walk along and continue like we always have been and better 😆


    Lucky Star - Wallpaper and Scan Gallery - Minitokyo

    1. ShonenCat


      To think 2020 is actually coming to a close, and yet I feel this is only the calm before the storm regarding the shape of the world. Not to worry, for we will make the most of 2021 regardless of what kind of shenanigans it will unleash upon the earth. I too wish for a happy and prosperous year for the both of us, my friend ^^ HappNeYear! 🎊


  9. I wish you a nice and wonderful Merry Christmas to you 😊

    I love to be your friend and hope that will continue that way next year aswell 😃

    May you cheerish these moment and have loads of fun on your end 😁

    1. ShonenCat


      The feeling is very mutual, my friend ^^ Even with all the chaos that goes on in the world right now, you and I will make the most of it going into the new year. I personally guarantee your holiday will be a great one, you will see soon enough! ^w^ MerrChristmas! 🎄🎁🌟🍾🍰


  10. Platinum #72 - Gran Turismo 6 Difficulty Rating 5/10 Enjoyment Rating 7/10 Very Rare - 6.59% This is a journey that’s been in the works for a long time now, almost 3 years to be exact. Reason being is because I’m no good at car simulators, but the idea of them very much intrigues me. What went on throughout this journey is kind of a blur now, however I’ll do my best to try and collect my thoughts 😄 In Gran Turismo 6, you’ll be working your way through career mode until you have enough stars to eventually take on the S-License tests. This is where my first major obstacle would appear. All up to that point, I had little to no trouble winning races and getting gold times on the other license tests before S-Rank. Of course, given that I’m a total noob at this type of genre, I would play dirty to ensure my victory. This means ramming the AI off the road or cutting through grass when the game allowed it. I probably made it harder on myself than I had to, but I’m sitting here with the platinum now soooo shush you 😂 It didn’t help that I treated this as if it was an arcade style racer. Had I taken my time to learn all the ins and outs.. this game probably would of been completed sooner. I sure as hell had my fun along the way though. Playing with the wrong mindset, maybe, but I don’t regret how I approached it 🙃 Try to imagine playing this with music from more high octane racing games. My custom soundtracks consisted of Daytona USA, SEGA Rally and various Ridge Racer titles. Anything to keep that noob spirit up 🥲 I may be able to play Mario Kart in my sleep, but I can’t play Gran Turismo to save my own life. That being said, it was fairly easy even for me all up to the S-License tests. There are several other miscellaneous trophies as well, but nothing that can’t be achieved with the right car setup and a decent video guide. Just be prepared to put in a lot of busy work. I may be sitting next to the platinum now, but I was unable to complete the Aryton Senna DLC. I have 3 out of the 4 gold times needed, but that final one is just way too brutal 😩 And I barely managed the platinum without my ass getting royally scathed. I could always return to it and try again someday, but from my point of view I’m pretty damn satisfied with the platinum alone considering how much willpower it took me to get it. Will I ever play Gran Turismo 7 when it comes out? Hmm, perhaps 🤣 But that would require a PS5.. and ain’t nobody getting their hands on one of those anytime soon. The future has many crossroads, but not as many as Gran Turismo can provide me. It made for an interesting journey, and I’m ready for the next one if it doesn’t ask much more from me than the last 🚗
  11. Platinum #74 - BlazBlue: Central Fiction :platinum:

    Ultra Rare 3.62% Completed in 3 years, 6 months 🐌

    Combo Challenge: Ragna the Bloodedge

    Abyss Mode: Mai Natsume

    Speedstar Mode: Iron Tager


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    2. Asuna Yuuki

      Asuna Yuuki

      Shit. I was high-strung and didn't know this. Congrats. :)

    3. NordicSaiyan
    4. Sigma999


      Nicely done ^^

  12. At first I wasn’t sure what you meant, so I decided to look into it. Turns out this is a direct port of the Switch version rather than adding the new content to the PS4 original. Sounds like a typical Square Enix move, but I probably would have never noticed unless I was comparing both versions side by side. Not here to inspect them under a microscope, just wanna play some Dragon Quest. Who knows, maybe I’ll plat both copies 😃
  13. Cool to see that Hero’s shield is still the plat icon 😁 I was planning on making DQXI a milestone but waited to see what the definitive version brought to the table. Might as well play this one instead for sure 😀
  14. Platinum #73 - CoD: MW2 Campaign Remastered :platinum:

    Uncommon 23.56% Completed in 1 day, 1 hour ⏱

    Best Pit Time: 19.10 seconds 🏃

    Stellar remaster, wish it had multiplayer 😩


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    2. Asuna Yuuki

      Asuna Yuuki

      Damn. Wasn't expecting that. Well done Sho. :)

    3. Honor_Hand


      Well done, congrats on the Platinum. 👍

    4. Sigma999


      Nicely done , great plat for your collection, glad you loved it :yay:

  15. BlazBlue: Central Fiction Blue Flamed Challenger [Challenge] Completed all of a single character's challenges. Rare - 12.42% The Azure Librarian [Abyss] Completed through stage 8. Very Rare - 7.91% Faster! [Speedstar] Completed all courses. Ultra Rare - 4.28% God's Dreams Mastered BlazBlue Centralfiction. Ultra Rare - 3.64%