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About chrissonn

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  1. These games are adorable! Sadly, though, the trophy lists are lame enough that you might as well just play them on mobile if you're interested. What a bummer.
  2. Has anybody been able to get the Aladdin cheat code for invincibility to work? I wanted to play through the game legitimately but no matter what I tried the Cheat Code On always seemed to switch to "off" whenever I started the game. It worked fine for The Lion King. Maybe they've disabled it solely for the Aladdin games since they seemed to put more effort into those games?
  3. Yeah, mine popped early as well. I'm thinking they might have added an island or two after creating the trophy.
  4. So, I see some people have gotten this trophy, so I'm assuming it isn't glitched...but I can't seem to get it to pop, even after playing through the whole game twice! I talked to every hub character after every single level and talked to the three characters I found in various levels (one in 1-1, one in 4-1 and the final one in 4-2). Are there any hidden characters or anything I might be missing here? I really don't want to play through the whole game a third time...Thanks for any help out there! Edit: Okay, I got it to pop after my second play through. I swear the only thing I did differently was talk to every character in the hub world after every level even though their dialogue didn't change. This is the only missable trophy in the game, although I have no idea how I missed it the first time.
  5. Yeah, the developers agreed that people playing on consoles shouldn't have to slog through 100 dungeon levels in order to finish the game. Unfortunately, they apparently don't consider the VITA a console.
  6. Nobody has this trophy for either the EU or the NA version of the game. Looks like it must be glitched.
  7. Ah, got it. Darn...I wonder if there is an ending to the maze, after all, then.
  8. I noticed it, too. It's not uncommon for Japanese anime to have suggestive images like this (just check out the cover for the first issue of Magi, for example).
  9. I think you did find the ending! I'm willing to bet your kill score has to be 3200 before you can exit, though. It looks like you need to slaughter a LOT of bad guys (and do so before time runs out) in order to reach 3200 points in kills, though.
  10. This game came as a nice surprise! Looks like a lot less non-story related trophies than The Silver Case. Can't wait to play it.
  11. Definitely Barbie and Her Sisters Puppy Rescue. I played it when I first started really trophy hunting and wanted to get some easy trophies (I'm a little more selective now). A close second would be the ugly, irredeemable Orc Slayer. I played both games while quite drunk and still have terrible memories of slogging through them. Squareboy Vs. Bullies might be a runner up, but I actually had fun playing that game. I would like it if it weren't for all the crashing. Mayo and Mr. Massagy are actually fun games, for what they are. The company making the Platinums so easy is shameful, perhaps, but I'm not ashamed that I "played" them.
  12. Judging by the trophy statistics, that's probably a "no." I sometimes consider trying this game, but I'd only do so if it were free.
  13. Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime is a fun co-op game. It was free for PS+ players a while ago so not sure if the current price tag is worth it, but the controls are simple and it's a lot more fun with two players than one.
  14. Surprisingly easy looking trophy list. I think that's a good thing with this game--I'll be able to just enjoy playing it instead of worrying about meeting missable trophy requirements (unless some of the gear/monsters are missable, which happens sometimes).
  15. The trophy images are up now, and they look...hand drawn? Could this possibly be a spoof? I can a game not even have a developer?