SlimSanta94

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  1. This is looking amazing, i'm really excited for it to come to console!
  2. Using save files to autopop trophies is against the rules of the site. Since you've made it public you'll likely be removed from the leaderboards shortly.
  3. There's one trophy for me that immediately comes to mind: Lowest Of The Low - Crypt Of The Necrodancer This is the nastiest trophy i've ever done in my life. It basically asks you to complete the game with 9 characters in a row without dying, without picking up items and without using shines to help you along the way. Clearing an all characters run under normal circumstances can be very tough, but doing it with no items and shrines takes a ridiculous amount of effort, time and dedication. It's essentially 3 hours of playing an extremely difficult game perfectly, one mistake and you're most likely dead. This took me 300-350 hours to obtain.
  4. NEW PLATINUM! Conga Master Difficulty - 1/5 Enjoyment - 2/5 This is about as simple as it gets with this genre. This is related to music in the loosest way possible, it's only really included with this challenge because the story is music related. I can't say I had a good time with this game, it's a cool idea but I just feel like it's not fleshed out enough to be enjoyable. The game itself is incredibly easy and you could literally play it in your sleep. Unlocking characters is also very tedious, because you have to use a bonus game which is a randomiser wheel to unlock the characters. This doesn't sound bad in writing but the wheel itself is very inconsistent, you press X to stop the wheel and the arrow will never have the same amount of momentum as its stopping in any two attempts, which leads me to believe that you will only unlock characters when the game wants to give them to you. Overall, not a very pleasant experience and it's one i'm going to have to do again on PS Vita at some point, so that's something to look forward to. However this game only cost me £1 too, so I can't really complain about the quality. Next up is Superbeat: Xonic!!
  5. Well, someone has to want to write one.. The guides are written by people who use the site.
  6. I've been trying really hard to get the motivation to stream a bit more consistently so I've decided on the next grind that I will be taking part in on my streams. 

     

    Starting at 5pm BST later this afternoon i'll be starting my full playthrough of Cloudberry Kingdom, in order to get the Shenanigans! trophy. Feel free to drop by and say hi if you want :) https://www.twitch.tv/slimsanta94

  7. Honestly being able to master the double tempo will just come with time. You have to be very disciplined and practice it daily to see the best results. If you’re using a controller (which is what I also used), it’s extremely important to work on building your stamina first. Bolt/Coda are to put it bluntly, painful to play on a controller. Your thumb will get tired extremely quickly at first and if you push yourself too hard it will hurt you and this is the main reason it’ll feel like you miss a ton of beats with her to start off. The method I used to improve my stamina with the double tempo quickly was that I picked a song with a low BPM (something like 1-1) and just paced back and forth instead of playing, trying to keep the beat for as long as possible. Then I moved onto a faster song, then another and another until finally I would go into the Death Metal boss fight and pace back and forth there. I did this for around 1-3 hours a day until I could easily keep the beat and then 20 minutes before Coda attempts to warm up. The areas I used to do this was something like this: 1-1, 2-1, Lobby, 3-2, 3-3, 4-3, Death Metal This is the quickest way I found to master bolt. Mastering the double tempo is something you’ll have to do if you want to tackle Coda at some point so I’d definitely recommend putting some time aside to focus on your stamina and consistency first before thinking about a clear. If you really struggle with the double tempo you can also reconfigure the controls and map the movement inputs to the opposite side of the controller. I personally didn’t do that but I have heard of others having good success with that control method. If you also have no intention of clearing Coda, it’s fairly easy to clear bolt by just skipping a lot of beats, letting the majority of enemies approach you and time your attacks well when they’re near you. Bolt is fairly easy this way since she has a good range advantage from the get go. Either way, Bolt is the first character that most people will play that will begin taking many hours to clear, so don’t be disheartened if a clear takes you a while. good luck!
  8. Not even G

    1. SlimSanta94

      SlimSanta94

      I'm not even gay mate <3

    2. Mergo

      Mergo

      I will think about it sometime lol

  9. Co-op is by far the fastest mode to level up in. When I grinded for xp I went from level 39-50 in around 6 hours while triple XP was active.
  10. Ive got band hero platinum, and hatsune miku was suggested to me on discord a few days ago, which I haven’t added yet.
  11. I'll add it, thanks
  12. Thank you both I don't find myself to be very talented. I just play what I enjoy and do my best. There's several others that are way more talented than me.
  13. It's not just this game in particular. This is one of the more noticeable games that gets hacked because there are so few legitimate platinum achievers, but there is a massive community of hackers on PS Vita. There is a program that can be added to a jailbroken Vita that essentially pops every trophy on any game instantly and that's why you'll find if you go onto any trophy list for any Vita game you'll always find a small number of hackers that have gotten every trophy in 20 seconds. As far as Necrodancer is concerned, I get very suspicious of anyone who suddenly appears with the platinum trophy since the Necrodancer community is quite small and getting the platinum trophy in this is a big deal and is something that doesn't go unnoticed. I then check the in-game leaderboards, if they're not listed on there I report them to be removed from here, I actively encourage others to do the same.
  14. DJ MAX Respect Platinum obtained! Really great game, very underrated. I highly recommend it to everyone that enjoys rhyhtm gaming The 100% for this game will likely be the last thing I work towards, since it is by far one of the hardest things on my list to achieve. Conga master is next
  15. Platinum #247 - DJ MAX Respect

     

    Enjoyment - 10/10

    Difficulty - 3/5 (4/5 without DLC)

     

    It has been a pretty long time since i've enjoyed getting the platinum trophy for a game as much as this one. This was just what I needed after that horrible Fall Guys grind.

     

    I'll start by saying, this game deserves way more attention than it gets. It is criminally underrated and it is a fantastic and really well designed rhythm game. I thought because the setlist mainly consists of k-pop and trance music that I wouldn't enjoy it too much but I did find myself having a really good time with it in the end. From a gameplay perspective everything flows so well and feels so right on a controller (On 4/5 button anyway) and after playing hundreds of charts I had a hard time finding any that I found boring to play, which to me is really impressive.

     

    I will say that quite a lot of the music videos tend to create a lot of noticeable lag on the chart which can really affect your performance, but thankfully you have the option to turn them off to reduce the lag and  personally I found a lot of the music videos quite weird and I decided to keep most of them turned off anyway. I will also say that I wish mission mode's difficulty was structured a bit better as it felt like difficulty wise it was all over the place. It may just feel that way because mission mode was the first thing I did in the game but i've heard similar complaints from others I know that are playing the game too.

     

    I'll be putting this game down for a while now. I'll finish by saying that this is arguably one of, if not the hardest game on playstation to get 100% of the trophies for. There is one DLC in particular, the Link Disk DLC that is so difficult to complete that it is on par with the likes of Crypt Of The Necrodancer and that DLC alone will take at least 1,000 hours for me to finish. I'm not prepared to do that yet so i'll be moving onto other games for now.

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    2. MaximumOverdrive

      MaximumOverdrive

      Well done! 💯 

    3. SlimSanta94

      SlimSanta94

      Thanks guys :) Yeahh so much for a break.. i'm still finding myself playing this every day xD 

    4. Honor_Hand

      Honor_Hand

      Awesome work, congrats!

       

      I've read many great things about this title and I've been tempted to get it more than a couple of times. Thing is that I suck pretty badly at rhythm games. I enjoy them but my performance on them is really poor. 😅

       

      Also, that DLC required for the 100% sounds like a total killer in terms of difficulty and commitment. Good idea there to leave it to the side for a while and play other things in the meantime.