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About Desavenencia

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    Many things… among which are these: philosophy, manganime, languages, video games (obviously), extreme sports, architecture, physics, music, literature, etc.

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  1. First of all, I want to congratulate those chosen as winners this year in each and every one of the categories. You’re all the protagonists here today. Well done. I want to thank those 234 authors for creating those 658 guides throughout 2022. It’s wonderful to see that there’re so many users personally involved in the development of guides that help our entire community and even beyond, since I’m sure that there’re a large number of people outside PSNP who come in daily to consult guides here. Something that says a lot about the reference point that this website represents. A great pride, of course. Thank you all for making it possible. Finally, although this has nothing to do with the awards, I didn’t want to miss this opportunity to remember two people who have left us behind this past January and who belonged to our community. Many of you will already know, but on January 15 and 27, roosta_141 and OniWalker left us respectively. They haven’t been able to be present here this year. We’ll miss you both. Rest in peace. — — — — — Thanks also to all the PSNP staff for maintaining and taking care of the order of the forum. Special mention on this occasion to the Guide Team — @Charizarzar, @Dreggit, @Roronora_Zoro666, @Vanqishd — for helping at all times and facilitating the work of the writers. And, since I have started to mention people, I will follow the desire of Dreggit and join in mentioning the participants to give them the good spam in their notification trays… Have a nice day.
  2. Today is Wednesday, February 1, 2023. I hope that, with January, everything related to death that can happen to anyone is left behind us, at least in what’s left to end this year.


    On January 15, roosta_141 left us first, being one of the victims of the Yeti airline’s plane crash. On January 27, it was the turn of OniWalker, who also left us. And on January 30th, it touched me more closely, because the last of my four grandparents left us too. This afternoon will be the burial.


    All the victims of the plane crash, our two PSNP friends, and also my last grandmother. Rest in peace.

    What a way to start the year…

    1. KenjiCBZ


      Man, I had no idea roosta had died. I had stumbled upon his profile months ago and I got impressed by the high amount of rare Trophies he has, to the point that I added to the backlog some games he played. Learning of his death shocked me.


      I'm sorry for your loss, too. I have only one grandma left.



    2. blue_blur_98


      It must be devastating to lose so many people you care about in such a short timeframe. I'm sorry for your loss. May they rest in peace.

    3. Tempestad_cl


      There should be a place here on the forums to remember all those who are no longer with us. Lots of people took deep care of their on how their profiles looks and it would be sad to have it forgotten so easily. It's kinda our legacy here.

  3. Well, stop copying bad attitudes from your friends. They will burn in hell for buying shovelware and there they will only be able to play shovelware games for the rest of eternity as penance (lol). As for Sony allowing us to delete trophy lists... as a result, the trophies themselves would no longer make sense, since everyone would have a percentage of 100% when it comes to completed games, among other things. In addition, the general statistics on each game would no longer make sense either. The appearance of each profile on PSN depends on the individual responsibility of each player to know what they want to play, what they don’t and how to manage everything as a whole.
  4. Yeah, that’s cool. Four years ago they published an interesting video talking about the making of the game. And two years ago an extended version of it. It’s worth seeing, if you’re interested in this kind of thing.
  5. If I were you, I would have all the trophies visible. Not only because of what @Shikotei-kun has said —since hiding trophies is usually synonymous with some kind of cheat when getting them—, but also because if you have hidden trophies you will no longer be able to participate in certain events in the forum. Personally, when I buy video games I don’t do it thinking about trophies in any case; my tastes and curiosity are the two things that decide my purchases. So I could hardly have been tempted to buy shovelware. That said, you shouldn’t be ashamed of having bought shitty games. At least you have noticed that it’s a mistake to fill your profile with ridiculous titles for the simple fact of fattening your number of trophies to level up. As long as you don’t continue to buy more shovelware, everything will be fine. After all, if you have all those games in your account is solely a fault of Sony for having allowed those types of titles to go through the quality filters and reach the PS Store. Go ahead and show it all! As Homer Jay Simpson would say in the Spanish version: «¡Libres domingos y domingas!» lol Obviously, the decision is up to you.
  6. It’s annoying, I know. The time trials that you complete while logged into the EA servers are independent of the races you complete offline. The former are saved on EA’s servers, while the latter are stored locally in your saved game file. Once the EA servers are closed, all that information is lost, obviously. That was the reason why I warned you all back in the day.
  7. The necromorphs: —Hmm... Mr. Clarke, you are so smashy~
  8. Let’s see what the game itself thinks about it...
  9. I’m glad to see that you liked chess. I’ve been playing all my life and it's wonderful. You develop very useful mental processes that are applicable in very varied situations throughout life. Keep it up. You are on the right track.
  10. I hope you recover completely and have good health. It’s the most important thing we have in life, health. Love and money are circumstantial.

    1. Property_Damage


      Thank you!  Im getting a little better as each day progresses.  Just taking it a day at a time trying to do a little more as each day passes.  First few days after surgery was just being laid up in bed, then i try walking up and down the stairs a few times until i get tired (which doesnt take long after a major surgery) then the next day do the same thing but add another task to the mix like make myself lunch or walk a further distance, etc.  just to keep my muscles active and the blood flowing, hopefully by next week i can return to work (with doctors restrictions obviously) :)

    2. Desavenencia


      I’m glad you’re recovering well. No hurry, but no pause. Resting is also a fundamental part of a good recovery.

  11. What’s going on? January is not even over and we already have another loss in our community... First, it was Ruan (roosta_141) on January 15... and now, twelve days later, OniWalker on January 27. What a beginning of 2023... and I knew both of them. I feel really bad. We’re nothing. Rest in peace.
  12. By the way… you both remembered me this gem… @EcoShifter, @Redgrave 💩😋 lol An old masterpiece… about our beloved hedgehog.
  13. What’s wrong with the guy in the video?! Being against Sonic and Crash Bandicoot… Ahaha… 😂 Hilarious! Ooh, boy! The old vibes!!
  14. Hahaha… Indeed! You can negate the perma-death through pause menu or PS button to XMB. Enjoy your impossible travel, mate! I have nice memories about that too… lol
  15. @Beyondthegrave07 said me that @Dreggit and @BlindMango can help here too…