Lava_Yuki

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About Lava_Yuki

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    An ordinary hospital doctor who also loves video games; FF, Tales, KH, Otome games, any JRPG.
    Talent: I'm fluent in Japanese, so I've played most of my games in Japanese.
    Random fact: I live in the UK but I'm from Dublin in Ireland and lived in Japan for a while as well so my PSN is Japanese.

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  1. it depends on exactly how long. The max I usually go for us 130 hours, but once its 150+ hours, I just don't have the time anymore due to work like I did in my school days when I could platinum a 150 hour game in 3 months. Now that would take like half a year or more. I don't like hard but quick, as I usually fail in getting the plat for not being skilled enough e.g. Crash Bandicoot games and FF9's jump rope game. Even if the plats are not long, those trophies are sp damn difficult I'd never get it anyway. At least with an easy game even if it is long, you can pretty much guarantee yourself the plat, which is what trophy hunting is all about. The worst is playing a hard short game and getting stuck on that one last trophy before you need the platinum, and having your completion stuck at 98% or something. The worst is the long and difficult plat- Yakuza games, take a bow and also Kingdom Hearts series except KH3.
  2. I have a few on PS3 that I did not bother with as the PS4 came out, but could go back to getting Tales of Zestiria and Symphonia platinums as I like to collect all the Tales plats. I also could have tried harder at FFX, but gave up with the chocobo mini game and lightning dancer.
  3. Awesome thanks! Detroit was awesome, I really loved it and actually used PS5Trophies videos to get the platinum in it. I highly recommend playing it, the gameplay controls are also much improved.
  4. I play all my games in Japanese and am so used to the O button, so this is going to take some getting used to.
  5. Awesome thank you for this! Did you use youtube videos to get the platinum trophy by the way, and which ones did you use? I see a few platinum walkthroughs on youtube, but it kind of spoils watching it first and then playing. This one looks good, it seems to include the collectables, thanks
  6. Does anyone know if there are any platinum walkthroughs for this game that tell you what to do and where the collectables are along the way, so that you don't have to keep different guides open? The ones on here seem to just go through each trophy, but don't provide a full walkthrough with collectibles included. I can't seem to find a good one online, as they just give a general walkthrough but without the collectables or trophies.
  7. I personally don't care, as either way i was nowhere near the max level and never will be. I'm just going to continue at my own pace as usual, I never paid attention to my trophy level to be honest.
  8. There's quite a few for me, but the one that comes to mind and will be forever impossible for my skill level are the Kingdom Hearts games except KH3. Birth By Sleep was the one that strikes me, as I found it to be the hardest for trophies overall. It had the hardest mini games and needed you to do everything 3 times (once with each character) to complete the trinity reports, which is insane. Anyway, I kept losing the mini games so I didn't bother with the super bosses.
  9. I think Sony has gotten things backwards in that most people game less as they get older and things like work/family/adulting leech away at your time. When I was in school and uni I used to game for hours and hours a day, now as a working adult I'd be lucky to get more than 2 hours in, and I'm single with no family or kids. The minority must be oceans deep, I've been playing less as the years go by.
  10. I know a lot of people do that with VNs and otome games. When I saw otome games like shinobi koi utsutsu only taking 4 hours to plat on your profile, I figured you must have skipped through as that game took me 20 hours to plat reading everything and only skipping parts I already read. I play a lot of Japanese otome games and VNs but I read everything as I find them very interesting, however it takes up a more time, all the ones I've played were at least 20-30 hours minimum
  11. I was bumped to just 304, I will never reach level 999 in my lifetime that's for sure.
  12. Looking at your profile, you have tons of trophies! That sound like a great idea, as it's easy to fall into a trophy hunting rut. I mostly game for fun and get trophies if I can, but if it's too difficult or time consuming for certain trophies I don't bother. I;d much rather enjoy playing games, the story and the characters than blitz through tons of boring or easy games just for trophies. I'd say I'm a moderate trophy hunter, where anything over 130 hours or 8/10 difficulty or more, I don't bother. But it would not stop me from playing a particular game, like I enjoyed the KH games but never was able to platinum them except KH3. So I know I will never have 100% completion percentage, as it keeps going down whenever I pick a game like KH or Disgaea where the plats are so challenging and long.
  13. I think almost all my childhood games have been remastered. I'm 28 now and have been gaming since I was 10, with the Crash games being my first. I loved Crash Bash, DBZ budokai 2 and Sonic Heros but these were not remade. Crash Bandicoot N Sane trilogy Crash Team Racing Final Fantasy X, X-2 and XII Spyro trilogy Metal Gear Solid HD collection Kingdom Hearts 1.5, 2.5, 2.8 (for DDD) The FF and KH games were the most nostalgic for me as I poured millions of hours into them, especially FFX-2. Not my childhood games but great remasters were also FF7, 8 and 9. I'd love the see the 13 series or maybe XII RW remade one day Not playstation, but Pokemon Soul Silver and Alpha Sapphire were remakes of my two favourite pokemon games silver and sapphire. Same with the DS ports of FF3 and 4.
  14. It looks hard to me, as I suck at rhythm games and Hatsune Miku's easy mode killed me. I see a trophy for getting a full chain on 50 songs in proud mode... well there goes my chances of platinuming this unless the proud mode is actually easy, which I doubt it will me for someone like me who has no music sense. KH plats are always hard, I only ever managed to get the platinum in KH3 anyway.
  15. i certainly do that, i feel that some games have platinums where doing do is justified in that the game makes you do everything and experience 100% of it, so there's nothing left. Most RPG platinums are like this, making you play so long that it's actually a relief when the platinum pops and you can finally play something else (e.g. FF, Kingdom Hearts games, Tales games) However, some games I feel are worth playing longer than the platinum, like Life is Strange 2 where you just need one playthrough and don't have to bother with all the endings to get the platinum. Detroit was the same, where the platinum did not need you to fill the flow charts. However, I want to be making progress so I 'd rather play a new game and earn trophies than replay an old game and earn nothings.