Virdeborn

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  1. Is it even possible to boost this with others? I've got this in my backlog, but I did try the open beta right before the game released and the matchmaking options left a lot to be desired.
  2. It's a baffling decision to not let players earn trophies for beating the games in online co-op. You have to do it offline for it to count, which probably means solo most people - the least fun way to play these games. What were they thinking?
  3. Online is pretty empty. You'll probably have to find a boosting partner/group to play with.
  4. FYI, this and Odallus are the first two games by the dev that gave us Blazing Chrome. Still waiting for the physical release myself.
  5. Summary: - 1080p60 on base PS4 and Xbox One S - 1440p60 on PS4 Pro and Xbox One X
  6. According to the guide, Twilight Walker and Samurai Legend require an online connection as well, due to the twilight missions.
  7. January 23 in Japan! https://www.amazon.co.jp/dp/B07WNTY2R2/
  8. I'm more curious about whether or not the Japanese release includes the most recent patches on disc or not. EDIT: Here's the answer https://twitter.com/SwordOrWhip/status/1187810273333272577
  9. Saw that video a couple of months ago and immediately ordered a copy of the game from Amazon. Thanks anyway! ^__^ Let's cross our fingers that the upcoming physical JP release of Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles HD will also feature multi-language support! Will gladly import that one as well if it does!
  10. Really sad that the platinum seems unobtainable now, especially since most if not all guides said there were no online trophies.
  11. The PS3 version is fine. There is no PC version. Sadly, most of the ones sold in the EU PS Store are based on the original PAL releases. I believe they did this because many of them offer multi-language options not found in the NTSC versions.
  12. The version released on PS3 and 360 is a proper HD remaster. Widescreen, updated UI and all. It got a physical release in Japan only, digital elsewhere. It's also playable on Xbox One thanks to backwards compatibility. It's arguably the best version of the game out there. No issues. The version on PS4 is the PS2 version running via an emulator and as such offers nothing beyond what the original version on PS2 did apart from an increased resolution. The issue here is that this release is based on the PS2 version originally released in the region it's being sold in. In other words, the EU PS4 version is based on the PAL PS2 version (50 hz). This is the case with most PS2-on-PS4 releases, sadly. The EU versions are brute forced to play at 60 hz, but since they're coded for 50 hz they come with a 50 fps cap and you get frame skipping issues. None of these issues are present in the North American release.
  13. Really easy trophy list!
  14. I'd like to know this as well. Although I can't imagine too many people are playing this.