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  1. Let me know if this works. I'm in the same situation as you (Damir stayed behind for some reason).
  2. And nothing of value was lost. Bad games so rarely get bad outcomes these days; glad this one did. Hope they have enough funds left over to make Payday 3.
  3. @Valkirye22 Thanks for the further details. Regarding this, I suspect that there's some leeway in all levels. I killed some of the fanatics in the church at the beginning of VOLGA (and did everything else the same as the list you've detailed), yet Duke still survived for me.
  4. As far as I've been able to tell, the only action toward a bandit that will lose you karma is if you kill one who is somehow incapacitated (it happened in the caves right before the lighthouse in the desert level, where one of the enemies is suffering from... burns? Whatever it was). I got the picture by total accident. Fuck that area, though. The gameplay gimmick behind the spiders is fun but man do I hate their levels.
  5. Does anybody know what the requirements are for this trophy? Beyond the obvious, I mean. For saving Duke, you need to be in good favour with the cult by the time you go to the bridge. Not sure about the other two, and Google hasn't been forthcoming.
  6. You do need to clear them, yeah, but clearing songs on All Night is pretty easy with the support modifiers enabled. You only need to get 'Stage Clear,' not 'Brilliant,' so essentially just survive to the end and try to keep the bar as high as possible.
  7. @Bumperklever @seiyuuki Got it in the end, somehow. Just popped while I was playing. Might be glitched/delayed or something.
  8. I really want to like him, because the whole sarcastic, narcissistic persona thing is my cup of tea, but I feel like he overuses it. He's done a lot for the gaming industry, and I'm glad he exists, but he has a tendency to go too far. Not totally convinced that the narcissism is a ploy, honestly. He's obviously playing it up for comedic effect but it feels like more of a way to undermine those who would criticise him than any actual desire to be funny. His non-Jimquisition content is garbage. He has no charisma when recording unscripted.
  9. Is anybody else having trouble getting this? I've completed all the songs (on the right difficulties) listed in the Trophy Guide, as well as replaying said songs on other difficulties just in-case, but I can't seem to get it to pop.
  10. Not really much farming involved on NieR. I recall having enough to buy the rest of the trophies by the time I'd finished the game (which is when you unlock the shop anyway).
  11. From the URL, I was hoping Sunset Overdrive was getting a multi-platform release. No such luck. :'(
  12. #35 - Game of Thrones


    Got this game back in... August(?) when it was free on PS+. Anyway, I went in expecting to dislike it. Game of Thrones never interested me much, and I just wanted to play it so I could uninstall it and make room for something else. Funnily enough, though, I came out of it wish a desire to watch the TV show, and read the books (and will be! The TV show becomes streamable on my TV package on the 1st June 😈). 


    Has the usual Telltale problems. Stay away if you're bothered by making decisions that don't mean much, buggy facial animations, or cliffhangers which make less sense when not played episodically. Any Non-GoT fans who are sceptical, I recommend having this be your 'in' for the series. It's reasonably short, not too esoteric, and charming at times. 


    7/10. Everyone I loved died.

  13. #34 - The Assembly


    A trophy that I am convinced is bugged had me finish this game a bit under a year after initially playing through it. I remember liking the story, but a speedrun through to cleanup trophies left me more annoyed than interested. Perhaps it's only enjoyable the first time? I recommend anybody considering playing it to have a trophy guide handy during your first playthrough. For what it costs (I recall it being £6 on sale), it's quite worth it.



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    2. Honor_Hand


      Excellent job! Congrats! 👍

    3. DamagingRob


      Nice work!

    4. ee28max


      Well done! 💯

  14. #33 - Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands


    A semi-interesting story with a pretty good premise gets let down by a sandbox that is too big with a disproportionate amount of things to do in it. The trophy list is okay for the most part, and horrible in places.


    Here is a list of media which helped get me through this game:

    The Official Podcast, episodes 1 through 50

    Tales From the Gas Station (+ Finding Vanessa)

    - Every single Rammstein album, in order.

    - The entirety of the Frieza Saga in DBZ.


    4/10. Don't do it.

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    2. Honor_Hand


      lol Sounds like quite a grind 😅


      Congrats on the Platinum! :)

    3. ee28max


      Well done! 💯

    4. The_Hoxifier


      Thanks all!


      @Willstown Haven't bought the DLCs. Probably won't unless they're super cheap. 😂 I'm not eager to return to that game any time soon.


      @Honor_Hand It definitely was! I do not recommend it. 

  15. #32 - YAKUZA 6


    Yakuza 6 is, primarily, a game about parenthood (often fatherhood, specifically). That should be obvious to anyone who's played the game, but each of the characters in the game has some sort of struggle with a parent, or a child, that is touched on throughout the course of the story. Rather than make a point about how parenthood is something to be cherished, or the opposite, it seems to want to showcase all sides of parenthood in equal manner. 


    I thought it was a nice touch (though I suppose this is a compliment to the Yakuza series as a whole) that for all of its focus on bonds, and the intimate connections protagonist Kazuma Kiryu has with others, none of his family are blood relations. It helps us form the bonds alongside Kiryu, as the experience we have with the characters is the experience he has with the characters. If this was intentional, it was a good move, though I'm not sure I can recommend that other game creators follow suit. 


    After speedrunning the game in 4 hours to get my final trophy, it occurs to me that most of my initial 20 hour playthrough was taken up by cutscenes. I think, in most other games, this may have been a problem, but every word that leaves Kiryu's lips is spoken with such charisma that he alone could keep me hooked to the story, not that the story had any trouble being interesting. The political intrigue that usually drives Yakuza games is pushed up to 11 in this game.


    The trophy list is a lot easier than the other Yakuza games, and though I can understand the complaints people have with this, I think it's a good thing. Though easy by Yakuza standards, the trophy list shouldn't be underestimated. You'll be running around the in-game city a lot, doing menial tasks that have you questioning your existence. This is opposed by Yakuza's usual style of 'do literally everything,' and on my playthroughs of 0 and Kiwami, the sheer magnitude of the platinum trophies turned me off going for them. However, after succeeding here, I feel like I could probably tackle them. Thus, it feels, at least to me, that 6's trophy list is a gateway to the others, drawing people in with this immense sense of pride and then saying 'There are 6 more of these for you to do. Hop to it'.


    Ending had me crying like a bitch for the first time in years.





    Kiryu deserved better. I can only hope he ended up moving to Taiwan to be with that cute hostess.


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    2. DamagingRob


      Nice work!

    3. Honor_Hand


      Congrats! 👍


      Thanks for sharing that brief overview of your experience with the game. 😃

    4. ee28max


      Well done! 💯