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  1. For the Trophy "Completionist All the Way!" you only need to complete the following: Wealth Mysteries Artifacts Under this Opals are not part of these criteria. These are solely for the market to buy special gear according to Powerpyx's Site: Collectibles & Completion: 100% completion includes: Wealth, Mysteries, Artifacts. Some of them can be quite tricky because the World Events don’t have any objectives and Wealth/Artifacts are well hidden. Use the guides below, they list everything region by region: Assassin’s Creed Valhalla – Wealth Guide Assassin’s Creed Valhalla – Mysteries Guide Assassin’s Creed Valhalla – Artifacts Guide On the world map it shows you in the bottom right corner how many you found of each type and how many are left. The way the story works is that there’s a Prologue in Norway and then you go to England. In England you will have to pledge to 16 regions to make them your friends. After playing through the story of a region, it’s best that you immediately clean up all the Wealth, Mysteries, Artifacts there before moving to the next region. This will help you level up. If you can’t reach a Collectible yet, it means you need more story progress. Some buildings (especially Castles) are only unlocked after story-related raids. While doing raids, also pick up the smaller golden wealth chests, they don’t count towards 100% completion but contain supplies for upgrading your camp. You can still return to all regions after the story, but there are some missable Completion Items that can only be found during a specific quest. We’ll go through the Missables in a moment. Feel free to work on any other trophies and tasks you see fit. One thing to look out for are the “Zealots”, there are 15 of them and they are a type of Order of the Ancients Member. You can see a white helmet icon on the map when they are within a few hundred meters of you: . If you see this icon, always scan them with from up close so they get marked in the Order Menu. If you’re underleveled you can track them from that menu later to find them again. The reason you’re supposed to look out for them is that they ride all over the map and move around. This can make it annoying to find them as they have no fixed spawn. So by looking out for them from the start you can save time later. See the below paragraph for a story choice to help with this. There have been known glitches regarding Opals not disappearing off the map when you have collected them. Hope this helps
  2. I've found that the issue is exacerbated when you do a manual exit if you get the "infinite" load screen. Had that issue trying to get onto freeroam and then exited, reloaded the game and then it crashed on my Pro as well. Damn nuisance!
  3. @A_B_Y_S_S_1 Thanks for this. Just got my copy of the game today and this was one of the parts i was dreading taking on. Can't wait to get involved with Anthem irrespective of reviews!
  4. 500 Million Edition PS4 Pro. Really happy with this look and it is easily my favourite console purchase to date.
  5. @Hocking_1988 A lot of the time it depends on the model of TV you are actually using. I myself have an LG OLED TV (Link provided below) and when i plugged my shiny new PS4 Pro into it i honestly thought i had actually been playing 4K games on it. Turns out that the TV naturally upscaled the games and i was actually just playing in a better form of 1080p. As this was my first 4K television i went online and actually found out that on tv's such as this you have to manually "unlock" each individual HDMI port. It was easy enough to do under the settings and now i can really tell the difference in quality + there is a nice little box that pops up every time saying "HDR" so that helps. If you do have to unlock the ports, then you also have to go to your PS4 settings and change them accordingly. Obviously i can only speculate as i don't know what model your TV is, but this was the method i used for mine. Hope this helps.
  6. I'm glad that CDPR have finally decided to release some footage of the game of late. At 48 minutes it a meaty sample of the game that has had the fans guessing about since 2013. From what i have read from multiple outlets such as IGN / Polygon and GamesRadar is that the CEO of CDPR has in fact been super nervous about releasing game footage. As a CEO of a company doing a Triple A title that places huge pressure on the company and individuals as a huge release that has fans expectant of great things. Anyone who says otherwise is just either ignorant or doesn't understand the requirements in making a new IP and dealing with the technology and additional personnel to manage a project of this size and scale. When the Witcher 3 footage surfaced for the first time at E3 there was an overwhelming slap down on places such as Reddit over the Witcher 3 and how the fan seems to have been "robbed" of their money as they based their pre-order on the footage and the detail. Don't get me wrong, i love games, i love the fact that they help pass time, and the enjoyment that a good story brings, but christ! Sometimes the sense of entitlement that some gamers have is exhausting, and you wonder why some companies hold back on releasing info on their titles. Obviously there are exceptions to the rules, but come on! We can't really complain at the moment as it clearly states "work in progress" - as such is not representative of finalised product. This was a showcase on mainly the story, what was achievable and the potential variation that is available to the player. @PooPooBlast when you say "it's waaaayyy past pre-alpha stage as it's apparently playable from start to finish, according to CDPR." You are nearly correct (and this is not me slapping you down, just clarifying certain comments i have read about the game). CD Projekt Red explained that the game is now playable from start to finish internally. In an interview with Engadget, producer Richard Borzymowski explained that the game can be played through from beginning to end, with the story in place. It's still missing assets, includes bugs and requires playtesting, but this is a major step. This is very clear wording for fans and players alike that they are aware that there is a long way to go, but they've managed to hit a good milestone in it's development. I think us as fans just need to take a step back from the everyday hype machine and entitlement and just be thankful that we can expect potentially mind blowing games such as this. We are lucky folks.
  7. Managed to get mine when i got back home yesterday. No 02307 / 50000 on the plate. Finger prints are a big problem, but i love it. Have finally managed to put on a huge batch of games on the 2TB HDD as a "to do" over the coming few weeks until RDR2 comes out.
  8. Hello everyone! I have put my name PSN ID up here a good while ago, but thought it would be worth doing so again, as there are going to be a large batch of games coming along that will require co-op or online play etc. ID is - NefariousDreamer Going to buy / ( - Red Dead Redemption 2 / 26.10.18. - AC: Odyssey / 05.10.18. - Shadow of the Tomb Raider / 14.09.18. - Fallout 76 / 14.11.18. - Hitman 2 / 09.11.18. - Anthem / 22.02.19 - Metro: Exodus / 22.02.19. I do also have an extensive back catalogue of games as i started a new profile just over a year ago. Chances are, that if you need help on something (common), i will probably have it! If you need further proof, my old profile is McLovin2BeatU (Don't add, as i don't use it any more). I am looking to be more "completionist" on my NefariousDreamer profile so anyone who can help that progress is more than welcome to add me. Just please make sure you say "PSN Profiles" when you add. Thanks See you on the digital playground!
  9. Was lucky enough to be able to pre-order one on Wednesday. Got it at my local Game store and there are so few, they only had 13 in stock. I'm just chuffed that it comes with the Playstation Eye etc as i have been thinking it may be about time to have a crack at PSVR. Seen some of them being put on eBay already and they are going for £1,300!! i can't imagine the price if someone has the following serial No's: 1) 09995 / 50000 (launch date of original PlayStation) 2) 01115 / 50000 (launch date of PS4) 3) 01013 / 50000 (launch date of PS VR) The 2tb hard drive was a massive draw for me. Got an extra controller as well just to complete the set. BRING ON THOSE RPG's! In the mean time... is anyone in the UK up for a second hand PS4 Pro? haha
  10. The latest Thief game. I managed to plat it eventually after around 90 hours. The grind to go back and get all the treasures and then spend a certain amount in a store, followed by a points run (customising difficulty up to a certain number of points) was just a complete ball ache. Still though, once it was done - I WAS DONE! never again. (He says, even though it is on his XMB on his "To Do"list for my current profile)
  11. I have had the exact same issues with my PS4 and going into HDR. It really freaked me out and was wondering whether my glorious TV was giving me a kick in the nuts. Turns out, after taking out my HDMi cable that the end completely disintegrated! got a brand new one, and it rarely ever happens. I have also been reading that it is more common in LG OLED tv's, and their compaitibility with the PS4 pro. whatever the case, rest assured that it is not the TV
  12. Colin Moriarty and Greg Miller were part of the original crew on IGN. Greg Miller left IGN around 2 years ago and has his own YouTube channel called "Kinda Funny" reviewing and discussing a lot of PlayStation games. @dude_zavala i think that your goal to surpass them is an enjoyable goal, but in terms of "bragging rights" it's more of a meh moment. Colin and Greg solely review and play games for work, or for the pure enjoyment of it, and are not what what i think the majority of people on this site would classify as trophy hunters. In stating this, i am inclined to agree with @DrBloodmoney @LuciaRosethorn that each individual enjoys their own methods as to how they wish to complete their games, whether it be because they love it, because they wish to get the "ping" noise after achieving platinum, or because having a high completion rate is satisfying to them as they may have got bang for their buck, platting them as a bonus, or for some other reason. Me, i prefer to trophy hunt - but not to compete with anyone. I do it because i feel like i have done all i need to do after completing the game. and also, being able to compare people's profiles on here helps me to add them to my friend list so i can complete pesky online trophies that would otherwise be a chore. My most recent one was Platting God of War. This was actually one of the few games whereby i could complete the game with a high level of enjoyment and getting platinum was just a natural progression and not a grind. To date, i would classify it as my most satisfying game on the PS4. In any case, it's nice to have goals on what it is you personally would like to achieve, but in the end, what matters more is yourself and how you wish to enjoy playing your games. 👍
  13. God of War. Most satisfying plat i've done. Love it!
  14. Hi Guys, i have been able to find a list of the trophies for GOW and they can be seen below. As of yet, i don't have any information regarding their grades and i will update accordingly. Please note that there may some spoilers revealed. God of War Trophy List
  15. Hi Guys, Just an update for you all, i have been able to find a list of the trophies for GOW and they can be seen below. As of yet, i don't have any information regarding their grades and i will update accordingly. Please note that there may some spoilers revealed. God of War Trophy List Father and Son – Obtain all other trophies The Journey Begins – Defend your home from The Stranger A New Friend – Survive the Witch’s Woods Feels Like Home – Allow the Light Elves to return home Dragon Slayer – Defeat the Dragon of the Mountain Troubling Consequences – Defeat Magni and Modi Hello, Old Friend – Retrieve the Blades of Dragon Promise fulfilled – Heal Atreus Round 2 – Rescue Atreus Past Haunts – Ride the ship out of Helheim Twilight Beckons – Defeat Baldur Last Wish – Spread the ashes Beneath the Surface – Explore all the Lake of Nine has to offer Death Happened Here – Fully explore Veithurgard Trilingual – Learn the Languages of Muspelheim and Nilfheim Dwarven Ingenuity – Upgrade a piece of Armor Nice Moves – Obtain a Runic Attack Gem Iðunn’s Orchard – Fully upgrade your Health Quick-tempered – Fully upgrade your rage Best Dresses – Craft an outfit for Atreus Enchanted – Slot an Enchantment into your Armor All Will Fall – Kill 1000 enemies Dangerous Skies – Free all of the Dragons Like oil and water – Complete all of Brok and Sindri’s Favors Curator – Collect all of the Artifacts All Father Blinded – Kill all of Odin’s Ravens The Best Moves – Fully upgrade a Runic Attack Worthy – Fully upgrade the Leviathan Axe Why Fight It? – Fully upgrade the Blade of Chaos Path of the Zealot – Obtain Traveler Armor Set Primordial – Obtain Ancient armor Set Unfinished business – Assist all of the wayward spirits treasure Hunter – Use treasure maps to find all of the dig spots The Truth – Read all of the Jötnar shrines Fire and Brimstone – Complete all of the Trials Muspelheim Darkness and Fog – Retrieve all treasure from Workshop’s center chamber Chooser of the Slain – Defeat the Nine Valkyries