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  1. It's best to start the campaign from scratch, at each new higher difficulty. It makes no difference to XP or even 'Highest Difficulty Completed' statistics which order or difficulty you get missions done. Some will replay each mission at progressively higher difficulty, getting all collectibles and optional objectives as required, before moving on to the next mission. The 2 Overwatch missions can be played at Cadet difficulty, one time, if each partner can get all collectibles as either Sniper or Operative. The different multiplayer modes can be completed and count towards the trophy even if you are the only player in a private game. Just keep moving to avoid Idle time-out. You can save up to 4 weapons loadouts. Each new level contributes to unlocking weapons and explosives and med packs in the initial loadout, plus improved skills in the Skill Tree to level 30. Switching up difficulty increases XP given (except Authentic Hardcore / Authentic Plus, which are the same XP). One trick is when mastering weapons, you create a save point and replay that point to get 100 headshots, 10 Grenade in belt shots, shots over (or under) X meters, and play that scenario at the highest difficulty you can manage. The start of Mission 1 is excellent for a lot of replayed shots at Authentic Hardcore which will rapidly increase your XP. For example, from around 40-50 meters from the truck that pulls up alongside the first camera. Save a Check Point. Any shot on the explosives as the truck stops will get points for the truck, 4 troops, sound mask (the plane flies overheard) plus bonus points for ghost kills, etc.
  2. Your save file will experience an issue if you have DLC and it isn't installed. Reported in forums many times. My best guess is: It doesn't know how to handle a Loadout that includes a DLC weapon in your Save File.
  3. Do one thing for each weapon towards Mastery. This shows you have used it. At least one time. There is a rifle LEE ENFIELD that can only be obtained by helping the Partisans when they are in a fire fight. One location is Mission 2 as they advance to the Church. There is a battle on the far side of the map from where you start the Mansion mission. At the Watermill. Make sure you get a kill with FG42 equipped to elite Jager troops
  4. I hope you have this solved already But the answer is: You find ammo and explosives around the map (in caves, camp sites, bunkers, defense posts, out in the open, near stationed troops) but mostly by looting bodies
  5. There is a grind element to every iteration of this game. I have FS16/18 VITA, FS, FS15 on PS3 and FS15/17/19 pn PS4. I think the free Android version and the original on VITA are the only ones I don't have. The 1000 mile trophy is insane. Marginally less so when you discover it is actually 1000kms, so around 600 miles. You can rubber-band on cruise control to make some of this easier. Breeding cows seems overly laborious. Until you discover you can just buy near 200 and feed them the minimal amount of grass / hay / straw and forget about the mixing wagons. And you can buy as much hay as you want. While running at 120x realtime and just completely neglect the milk / manure / slurry production. get the trophy, revert to the previous game save or sell all the cows. Money on the PS3 and PS4 versions is no real issue. Because you can sell everything at the beginning, borrow up to $200K, and just invest in solar farms (save for wind turbines after about 10 solar) to generate tens of thousands hourly cash. After around 10 hours of re investing at 120x realtime you should be generating at least a few hundred thousand dollars every 24hr period. After around 15-20hrs I had tens of millions banked generating more than $250K per hour in every game save. There is a glitch in FS19 where you create farms in multiplayer, then go to single player and the farms are merged, and so is the cash. I got to a 50+ million dollar balance after what feels like a few minutes. Then you can buy anything you want. And so the grind element in most games largely becomes the 100 hectares trophies. In VITA, replace all tractors with 3+ of the largest for speed and fuel capacity. Buy the large cultivator and seeder (I only seeded canola). Buy the large IH harvester and header for canola. Buy the truck and 59000 litre trailer. Fertilizing increases yield to get more dollars per harvest but can be left out since it requires an extra step in the production cycle and equipment. The basic principle is to rotate crops going in a pattern around your map that becomes familiar to you. You don't have to buy every field. Send the AI to cultivate, move to next field and optionally fertilise next. Now seed with canola. Keep moving the cultivation / fertilise / seeding process forward and have the harvester sitting ready with the transport. The cultivator will be nearly finished and ready to come back to the first field when that first field is ready to harvest. I was doing around 2 hectares each cycle without much focus on what I was doing. Cycling through minimal tractors / truck / harvester meant I could quickly get a sense of what needed doing next. You could buy twice this amount of equipment, all the fields and harvest a little quicker, but one harvester kept busy most of the time was still waiting for fields to be ready for harvesting when I owned most of them. Some fields were slower to cultivate / seed, because I would need to switch North South to East West or vice-versa so the AI wouldn't get stuck. Why canola? Because the price per yield is high. Which means less trips with the trailer. And so you wait for a game save, go see what the next mission is, and when you get 1.8, 1.9 or 2x the normal price for Canola, you exit the game and return and leave the mission untouched. When you have around 500K of stored canola, you start the mission (when you cheated and took a peek at what the mission was, you noted where you needed to transport, and have the trailer ready nearby, right?) and you rapidly deliver canola from your silo in the time available. Note: you don't seed fields when you intend to play this out so you are not focused on getting harvesting done at this time. Using this method, you should get the 10 million trophy well before you get trophies for sowing or harvesting the 100 hectare. Which is why fertilising becomes optional. The production cycle in PS3 / PS4 versions is more complex, requiring ploughing every 3 cycles, fertilising up to 3 times per growth cycle and more transporting and clearing harvesters since the fields are often large. If you run the game on easy with no plant withering or ploughing required it is vastly easier. And then fertilising just once each cycle provides the maximum yield per crop. I bought the largest truck pulling 2 or 3 trailers coupled with a dolly to empty my harvesters. Unloading and driving in tight spaces is a bit tricky, but is doable with practice. And it means I was delivering around 150K-200K+ of product per trip when prices were high. The very large truck / 3x trailer combo was impossible to manoeuvre in some spots so I purchased another truck and 2x trailer. If you've read most of this I hope you found something useful.
  6. You almost fill each silo. Or fill to (say) over 75% each. Then you can use a full forage wagon to fill each in one pass.
  7. Hyper is above Super. Hypercars are faster than supercars. You could have Super rare, and Hyper rare above that. Both sound kind of stupid. Ultra is defined as 'beyond'. And in audiology at least, super is above ultra, hyper above all. Think ultrasonic, supersonic, hypersonic. But I do like the idea of an S Rank trophy being the ultimate, being above Ultra Rare. Super Rare would fit this, or Special rare.
  8. Very nice. This game is 1/10 difficulty. Smooth Ride makes it something higher .... : )
  9. Smooth Ride trophy. Watch the play through video. Use the Options button to pause your game, review video, play a small section at a time. It's tricky. But use the Options as suggested and play a small section and you should be fine.
  10. Most are easy, most likely unmissable, and ignored here. Tortoise Trophy, just before you walk across to Hugo the Vagabond. 3rd stage if you select. Immediately underneath where the Old man is standing is a bushy growth, right of the flowers, left of the road. You will see a small amount of something brown at the back. Tickle it a few times with your pointer. Frogs' Chorus is the 3 frogs, down from the bridge which you will 'wheel' to the right to cross. Smooth Ride trophy. Watch the play through video. Use the Options button to pause your game, review video, play a small section at a time. Yes, it is tricky and raises the 1/10 difficulty of this game. Sheep Whisperer. Immediately after getting off the train. Move to near sheep, move them right. Keep doing this until you are blocking their return, no option for them to continue right, the only option being they leap up to the hill behind and you pass across and under to the right-side position. Tilda. 2nd last stage, after you get off the truck. Climb up the first hill. She is in the garage. Albert the gardener is higher up, about a minute later. Not even sure why I mention these. You're welcome.
  11. Tortoise Trophy, just before you walk across to Hugo the Vagabond. 3rd stage if you select. Immediately underneath where the Old man is standing is a bushy growth, right of the flowers, left of the road. You will see a small amount of something brown at the back. Tickle it a few times with your pointer. Frogs' Chorus is the 3 frogs, down from the bridge which you will 'wheel' to the right to cross. Smooth Ride trophy. Watch the play through video. Use the Options button to pause your game, review video, play a small section at a time. It's tricky. Sheep Whisperer. Immediately after getting off the train. Move to near sheep, move them right. Keep doing this until you are blocking their return, no option for them to continue right, the only option being they leap up to the hill behind and you pass across and under to the screen right position. Tilda. 2nd last stage, after you get off the truck. Climb up the first hill. She is in the garage. Albert the gardener is higher up, about a minute later. You're welcome. Show love => Give reputation.
  12. MMDE, Have you even played This game?! I have 100+hrs on 2 accounts and there are missable trophies without guidance. Multiple endings. Different combinations of how side quests play out. And then secret, well hidden areas of the game that are difficult to find / easy to miss. And you don't even realise you've missed something until you consult a guide. And then you find a Bloodborne community that has members who continue to play after many hundreds of hours invested already. Because there is more to discover. A good amount of the game is about exploration? Sure. But you need to add a good amount of the game will be missed in Your play through without some very specific guidance, even if that means playing co-op with a Bloodborne veteran. > There is a really good reason the game is detailed in a 552 page Strategy Guide. Supplemented by a 224 page DLC guide. And the fluffy artwork is in a separate 256 page book. That's about 1000 pages of detail. That should scream at anybody: This game has immense depth and you will never likely or reasonably discover all the key components without some of the secrets being shared.
  13. The pebble glitch, given enough of Your time, can let you create a Lv 544 character. You level up to where you can easily defeat enemies and progress the story so you can pick up Cold Blood Dew and Frenzied Blood and Kin Blood progressively to higher levels. When you get to Lv 12 blood echo stores you will get almost 2 million blood echoes each time you use 98 units. NO You cannot play and then mop up by deleting the game and going back to version 1.0.0. original disk. The save, created on a higher version, will cause the game to not load the save file and just stop on the load screen. Sorry: You will need to create a new game save if you uninstall any patch version.
  14. Depends on your game style. If you enjoy a challenge and surprise is OK then dive right in and figure it out as you go. Keep good notes on what is said and read Notes if you want more clues. If you just want to cheat and just get it done, then get the original disk. Use the Pebble Glitch to get Blood Echoes and Level Up to an OP level. Then kill everything that stands in your way to each edge of each area. If you want to just get it done, get an expert to co op kill everything that stands in your way to each edge of each area. Personally, I like the 'follow a good guide and watch some Youtube videos' method. If you follow the step by step process outlined in playstationTrophies.org you'll get it all done and experience the various stories as intended. This is where I would start. In fact, I did. https://www.playstationtrophies.org/forum/bloodborne/262927-bloodborne-trophy-guide-road-map.html If you want to play alongside a video roadmap, more or less as the guide above suggests, you can follow the JumpinProduction Bloodborne Noobs guides on Youtube. Or play each area, and treat his videos as a "Did I miss anything?" guide. Video's by VaatiVidya are THE BEST but maybe too detailed in the sense it might spoil the unfolding story. Pretty much all his videos are a major Spoiler Alert. These might be better after you finish the story, you've done the other guides and maybe intend to run again in NG+. The IGN Bloodborne 32 minute speedrun is FREAKIN' AMAZING. And proof positive that you could finish the story using the challenge and surprise approach. And watch chat on another screen and talk to folks and give shout-outs at the same time apparently. So I reckon you could watch it before starting, while playing, or even after finishing, and not adversely spoil too much. Everything happens at such a pace that it would be difficult to remember too much detail of anything you have not yet experienced yourself. Did I mention it was FREAKIN' AMAZING?!?
  15. @snacklepuss You and I should co op Sniper Elite V2 and 3 on the PS3?!? I have Platinum a few times on PS4 for SE3, SE4 and also ZAT. The guy I am friends with that helped me do ZT in about 15hrs is actually the leaderboard World Champion by way more points that maybe number 2 to 10 combined. He knows this game and showed me so many glitches and pretty much dragged me through the hard bits so I could just collect the trophies. I bought a PS3 a few months ago so I could play a bunch of great games. As you said, this machine has stood the test of time really well. I just bought another PS3 tonight! I was going to MP with myself, since most of my games are digital I can run on 2 machines using 2 accounts. But I would love to work with a devoted fan? If you're up for it, I'd Love It