Buje-Boy

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  1. 72: The Sexy Brutale --------------------------------------------------------------------- Totale Brutale You have unlocked every trick, secret and note that the mansion has to offer. Difficulty: 3/10 (with a guide) Fun: 9/10 PSN Rarity: 22.9% (rare) PSNProfiles Rarity: 50.14% (common) The Sexy Brutale includes 19 Trophies [1,140 Points]: 1… 8… 6… 4… Short description: First of all: I bought this game ‘blind‘. I just saw a YouTube video from @IBadDriverI ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ex-eWgIoUcs ) and it was on Sale. „Just buy it, another easy platinum for my collection“ was my only intention. I thought this is a hentai-themed game just like Mr. Massagy because of the title; but it‘s NOT. I can tell you, this is an awesome game with nice puzzles, a great graphic adaption of the victorian age (the pause menu alone is a feast for the eyes), good designed characters, a mansion with such a great detail work and complexity, an interesting course of the different time strands and a wonderful told mysterious story. I used a guide for this game, but it didn‘t effect my joy for it. I needed around 5 hours to complete it and recommed it to everyone, who likes to collect trophies and appreciates the work of Tequila Works (also the great developers of RiME) & Cavalier Game Studios. I would love to see more games like this in the future.
  2. Thank you for following. I was surprised in a positive way :) 

  3. 63: Shadow of the Tomb Raider ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Chalice of Torment Earn all Trophies Difficulty: 5/10 Fun: 8.5/10 PSN Rarity: 1.4% (ultra rare) PSNProfiles Rarity: 16.48% (rare) Base Game includes 64 Trophies [1,230 Points]: 1...1...2...60 Short Description: About four days ago I finally platinized Shadow of the Tomb Raider. The first 100% Playthrough I played it on “Rite of Passage” (normal difficulty); without a guide I enjoyed the story and collected as many as I could. After that I used a map guide to find the remaining collectibles and challenges. The second Playthrough I played it on “Deadly Obsession” (very hard difficulty) with NG+ and some things were pretty challenging because of the lack of base camps (the only savepoints in this mode). At one point I played 40 minutes straight through and then I accidently died; everything again from the last checkpoint. I was glad I had many of the skills and know what would come next. I personally hated Cenote (I don’t want to spoil anything). The Boss Fight was good, but because of NG+ not a real challenge. I played all three Reboot Games on Platinum and I have to say the developers were getting better with every title. I really hope for a fourth part.
  4. Deus Ex: Human Revolution
  5. Dead Space 2 (just wow 😲)
  6. Hitman 2: Silent Assassin
  7. Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit
  8. 53: Crash Bandicoot: Warped --------------------------------------------------------------------- The N. Vincible Crash Bandicoot! Collect all the Crash Bandicoot: Warped trophies. Difficulty: 6/10 Fun: 5/10 PSN-Rarity - Platinum: 12.12% (rare) PSN-Rarity - 100% Completion: 2.83% (ultra rare) Base Game includes 25 Trophies [1,140 Points]: 1...6...10...8 DLC Future Tense includes 2 Trophies [60 Points]: 2 Short Description: HOLY GUACAMOLE! The third game of the N.Sane Triloy is completed (including the DLC Future Tense). It was slightly easier than the other two games, even the time trials were not so hard as I usually thought. The only thing I didn‘t like were the racing, diving and flight levels. The controls on those levels were terrible and not so „smooth“. It took me several attempts to beat the time trials. The jet ski levels were pretty fun and I liked the level design. I'm so glad this is over and I don't have to play Crash Bandicoot anymore. In total, it took me 16 days and 14 hours to complete all three games.
  9. This is a great development for those who have a "shameful" name. But I personally don't wanna change my name. It's story time, Kids!: The name of my PSN-ID "Buje-Boy" has a story. When I was four years old, a doctor diagnosed I got too much water in my ears, because of that I had harsh difficulties with speaking since I tried to talk. I used to say "Mama Buje" instead of "Mama Brille" ["Mama glasses"]. My mother used to have glasses and I always wanted them. After a surgery, my hearing has improved immensely, so I was able to catch up with everything linguistic. Since then I am called Buje in my family. And my PSN-ID is a kind of homage to childhood.
  10. 50: Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back --------------------------------------------------------------------- The N.Credible Crash Bandicoot! Collect all the Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back trophies. Difficulty: 8/10 Fun: 5/10 Rarity: 10.17% (rare) This Game includes 25 Trophies [1,155 Points]: 1...6...11...7 I finally did it (twice). First I‘ve beaten the game. For me it was harder than the first part. The story related and collectible trophies were not so easy to earn. In my opinion the time trials were a bit – just a little bit – easier, but challenging. The „Bear“ levels are a pain in the butt. Second I reached my goal. I started in the year 2018 with only three platinum trophies. My personal goal was to reach 50 platinums within this year. And I‘m happy that my 50th trophy is this handsome baby. Now my next project is Crash Bandicoot Warped.
  11. I got many games, which I describe as WORST. But the trophies were easy to achieve... shame on me The following pictures are the platinum icons. Eekeemoo: Splinters of Dark Shard ALBEDO: Eyes from outer Space Little Adventure on the Prairie Mr. Massagy Suicide Guy
  12. 49: Crash Bandicoot ------------------------------------------------------------ The N.Trepid Crash Bandicoot! Collect all the Crash Bandicoot Trophies. Difficulty: 8/10 Fun: 5/10 Rarity: 11.56% (rare) Base Game includes 23 Trophies [1,140 Points]: 1...7...7...8 DLC (Lost Treasures) includes 2 Trophies [120 Points]: 1...1 First of all: Crash Bandicoot is fun. A classic remastered Jump‘n‘Run (I was six years old I played it a bit). For a casual gamer the remastered version gives nostalgia and challenged fun. But for a trophy hunter, this game is hell on earth. Every pixel counts; good timing is essential. Story related trophies are pretty easy to earn. Collectible related trophies are passable. But the time trials are a pain in the butt. Very frustrating. For a One-Minute-No-Death-Run at the most devilish level “The High Road” I needed about five hours. I still can‘t believe I did it. This was by far my most difficult platinum trophy. Only recommended for hardcore gamers and ambitious trophy hunters. My plan is to collect the other two platinums. Wish me luck… and a good amount of patience…
  13. I started it today: controls are incredibly horrible. Who thought the right/left movement is good for the touchpad? 😒 "Hex Tunnel Touch" is a shame for the Unreal Engine 4... I hope to finish it today, wish me luck.
  14. 46: Fallout Shelter --------------------------------------------------------------------- Platinum Trophy Collect all other 34 Trophies for this Trophy. Difficulty: 4/10 (easy to achieve… it‘s just time-consuming) Fun: 1.5/10 Rarity: 12.85% (rare) Includes 35 Trophies [1,140 Points] 1...4...10...20 Finally… Today I earned the plat from Fallout Shelter. It took me about 61 in-game hours to get this (in total it was one month and three weeks). The first 55 hours were really smooth and everything was really casual. When I was home I always had the clock in the eye, only to know when the next quest is ready or other stuff. But today I noticed, that if you wanna craft and collect any legendary outfit or weapon it takes up to twelve days! That was enough for me. I looked up on @PowerPyx' Trophy Guide and was really surprised that there was a time skip exploit which saves hundreds of hours. I was so mad at myself I didn‘t know that before. Well, with this new technique it worked very well and after a non-stop-six-hours-gaming-session I reached my goal. For myself, I don‘t wanna play such type of games; it‘s nerve-wrenching and it makes you paranoid. I‘m so glad I don‘t need to play Fallout Shelter again.
  15. 44: Murdered: Soul Suspect --------------------------------------------------------------------- Moving on Collected every trophy in the game. Difficulty: 3/10 Fun: 7/10 Rarity: 38.91% (uncommon) Includes 49 Trophies [1155 Points] 1...3...2...43 I played it back in August 2014 and didn't finish it. At that point where you have to possess the cat for the first time I didn't know what to do (had some trouble to jump) and where to go. Unfortunately gave up on this very quickly... After exactly four years I gave it a second try and it worked out perfectly. I can't still believe why I gave up on this first, I was a dumb dummy. This game combines everything what I like: detective work (even though some were really easy to solve), good ghost stories and (some is fictional and some is real) the exciting part of the history of witch trials. The demons were not so frightening, I liked the NPC design, but their abilities are just... meh. I liked this game, so recommended for everyone who likes those kind of games.
  16. 43: HELLBLADE: Senua's Sacrifice -------------------------------------------------------------------- Done: Collect all of the other trophies. Difficulty: 3/10 Fun/Excitement: 9.5/10 Rarity: 39.20% (uncommon) Required Playthroughs: 1 (with a guide for the lorestones, backtracking isn't possible) (except for the Lorestone trophy the others are story related) Includes 15 Trophies [1140 Points] 1…9...5...0 Oh man, this game is madness (literally). I was really curious how Hellblade would be, because I heard from a few people and gaming press how great it is. I downloaded it, put on my headset and began to play. And I have to say, that this is one of the very best indie games I‘ve ever played. Graphics, story, character design, acting skills and dialogue management are so great – can‘t still believe it this is from an indie studio. The voices drove me crazy, and I just felt sorry for Senua and her quest to find the soul of her love. Riddles were interesting and sometimes really tricky, but still possible if you think twice about the solution. This game is a fantastic hybrid of Horizon Zero Dawn and God of War with horror elements and psychological terror. Psychoses are still a topic, which is often taboo. I find it amazingly brave the developers of Ninja Theory were and how they managed to incorporate these serious elements into one game. Hats off! Definitely recommended.
  17. #40: The Inner World - The Last Wind Monk ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Contributor to the Encyclopaedia Asposia: Unlock all trophies to officially earn the prestigious title "Contributor to the Encyclopaedia Asposia". With this title you'll be able to contribute to the next edition of said encyclopedia as you proved your deep knowledge of the Asposian world and its inhabitants. Difficulty: 2/10 Fun: 8/10 Rarity: 79.57% (Common) Includes 26 Trophies [1,155 Points] 1x...8x...0x...17x A great seamless sequel to the first game "The Inner World". I like this comic style and the characters. The Story is not the best, but it's kinda "cute". I had a lot of fun with both games.
  18. #39: The Inner World --------------------------------------------------------------------- Contributor to the Encyclopaedia Asposia: Unlock all trophies to officially earn the prestigious title "Contributor to the Encyclopaedia Asposia". With this title you'll be able to contribute to the next edition of said encyclopedia as you proofed your deep knowledge of the asposian world and its inhabitants. Dif.: 2/10 Fun: 8/10 Rarity: 84.79% (Common) There's nothing more to say: just a funny point and click adventure game. I'm gonna play the sequel as well (The Inner World: The last Wind Monk).