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About MeteorHawk

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  • Birthday 10/21/91

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    Gaming, reading, writing, educating, sleeping, occasionally drinking.

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  1. Easy/ cheap trophies are seriously stupid as are anybody who goes for them, I mean where do you think you are, a trophy hunting/ collecting site? Seriously though, I have a few "easy" games and plan to get a lot more which I'm sure will cost me the oh-so precious respect of countless users with <10 comments on the forums. Trust me, I've done far worse in my life than play a few easy games that would cost me your respect. Live and let live, guys, the only trophy list you need to worry about is your own
  2. God of War 5, developed for the PS4 (God of War II- also a Cory Barlog masterpiece- released on PS2 the year after the PS3 released) but also ported to PS5 with native 4K 60FPS support New Crash New Spyro Call of Duty Whateverthef*#k Battlefield 6 Uncharted Complete Remastered- including Uncharted 4: A Thief's End and Lost LEgacy, both Native 4K 60FPS
  3. Still need to get on with this plat myself
  4. Although the constant stunning was very repetitive, I had a lot more fun with Brotherhood, met some cool people in the process
  5. Knew nothing about this game/ series, literally bought it because the box is cool as f*ck
  6. Me in meme form:2exjmt.jpg

    1. MidnightDragon


      You and me both. xD

  7. Did the PS3 Lv55 run on Wolfpack solo over a year go and even with the daily boosts it was a serious grind. I still haven't found the strength to do it again on PS4 (and the daily boosts aren't happening for me on that, for some reason so it will take me even longer)
  8. So I see No Man's Sky has crept back into our lives again. I tried it a while back and found it laughable. Anyone who has had more positive experiences with the game want to try to convince me to give it another try?

    1. Dreakon13


      I suppose it'd depend on why you found it laughable.  I mean if you hated it solely because of the controversy and the unrealized promises at launch, you may be pleased to find the game has gotten much closer to that vision after these updates... though I'm guessing you'll still hate it on principle and I'd consider you a lost cause. xD


      At it's worst, it was just a pretty chill space exploration game with lots of similar but different looking planets.  Now it's basically a better version of that with more stuff to do.

      And multiplayer.

    2. MeteorHawk


      @Dreakon13 I'm of two minds- like you said, I feel as though I should still hate it on principle as it was a shambles of a release. Now, bearing in I wasn't even looking forward to the game or buying into the hype at all so in fact I was unaffected by the release, but it was pretty shitty of the devs to make so many promises and fail to deliver on them so badly. 

      However, if the game is actually good and has lived up to it's vision then I would be partial to giving it another go. But if I give this game a pass on that, I'll also have to give Sea of Thieves a pass too whenever they actually bring that game up to snuff as well.

  9. Kept Ash all the way for my male Shep. FemShep is in a soap-opera level Kaiden/ Garrus Triangle yet to be concluded.
  10. Footage from Spyro 2 (Reignited) and Darksiders 3 have dropped within hours of each other; today is a good day. Of course, the nitpickers are out in force but whatever! 2018 will go down as a pretty great year for gaming.

    1. RedRodriguez87


      So.. did we get confirmation on how Darksiders 3 will play in terms of character growth? Like, will we be collecting pickups to grow and level up, or will be that micromanaging  multi-number stat thing Darksiders 2 did?

    2. MeteorHawk


      Nothing confirmed on that front I'm afraid, but I wouldn't mind it either way tbh

  11. 1. God of War- this game restored my love and hope for games 2. Uncharted 4- A game I bought on release but held off on due to disillusionment with gaming, wish I'd kept at it, but finally got around to it and it was incredible 3. Life is Strange- the last chapter was a bit wack but the game still provoked thought and emotion in me 4. Until Dawn- great horror game 5. Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice- short, simple, superb Still to play: The Witcher 3, Horizon Zero Dawn, Assassin's Creed Origins, Nier Automata, Final Fantasy XV, Rise of the Tomb Raider, all look amazing
  12. #96- GOD OF WAR III REMASTERED (PS4) #6000!!! King of the Hill Difficulty: 5/10 Enjoyment: 8.5/10 Rarity: 2.1% Ultra Rare (PSN) / 18.92% Rare (PSN Profiles) Time Taken: 1 month, 3 weeks, 3 days God of War III is in many ways a 7th-Generation masterpiece. Graphically stunning for its time and with visceral, enjoyable gameplay, it doesn't disappoint, and now in gorgeous 1080p /60fps this was the definitive version. However, to be honest, it wasn't my favourite game of the original series- the second game and Ghost of Sparta topped it for me- but still an essential game. The Challenges and Titan mode were very frustrating and the Gorgon Eyes and Minotaur Horns are hard to find without a guide. I'm still going to attempt Chaos mode at some point so I won't be deleting it off my PS4 just yet! Also, what better way to celebrate 6000 trophies! Another milestone in my storied career as an uber- casual trophy hunter. Here's to many more!
  13. Platinum #96 and Trophy #6000- God of War III Remastered (PS4)

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    2. Honor_Hand


      Congrats! :)

    3. DamagingRob


      Nice work!

    4. MaximumOverdrive


      Well done! 💯

      Ravishing milestone! 👍

  14. Happy Independence Day to my American chums! What games are you playing to celebrate?

    1. DamagingRob


      I've been playing Bloodborne. Though I'm not sure it represents the holiday at all. :lol:

    2. MidnightDragon
  15. #95- UNCHARTED 2: AMONG THIEVES (PS4) Platinum Difficulty: 3/10 Enjoyment: 10/10 Rarity: 2.1% Ultra Rare (PSN) / 20.41% Common (PSN Profiles) Time Taken: 2 years, 8 months, 3 days, 20 hours, 58 minutes When I bought my PlayStation 3 a day after my 18th birthday, Uncharted 2: Among Thieves came bundled with it. I bought it at the urging of my friends, who already had it and insisted that it was a definitive title for the system. Given the mounds of critical acclaim I soon heard for it, I was itching to play it. I did so without playing Uncharted: Drake's Fortune, but I still came to like the characters and the story of the game. It stands to this day as my favourite PS3 game, so of course I was eager to dive into the PS4 collection, with the original trilogy lovingly remastered and upped to 60 fps. Despite being nine years old, Nathan Drake's second adventure still holds up. Sure, it's not at the cutting edge of visuals or gameplay anymore but it isn't dated to the point where enjoyment is noticeably impacted. In spite of having the platinum for a second time (this being at least my sixth playthrough of the game across the different versions), I still think I will come back to this several more times down the line. A true classic. The platinum is straightforward enough. With a guide, the treasures are a cinch to find. The only really tricky one is beating the game on Crushing difficulty, which is actually quite a challenge doing it legit. I admit that I cheesed the final fight with Lazarevic because on higher difficulties it really is a cheap fight. The multiplayer- and with it, the simple trophies- of the PS3 version has been removed and in its place is a speedrun challenge, with three trophies in the base list dependent on beating three different levels under a certain time. If you know the layout, mastered the shoot-then-punch tactic and play on Easy then these trophies are a cakewalk. They also took out the annoying 200 Kills with the Gau-19 trophy as well.