Long-Ryde

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  1. Started it when I heard the news a couple weeks ago. I played a bit of it (up until finishing Jeet's stuff), but have other games that I'm more interested in, so I just log in every day and collect the scrap from Jeet's place (~140 per day) I'm at like 1700/2000 at the moment
  2. Going to try this way on my next playthrough. I finished missions before giving districts. It seems like a simple enough thing to glitch out the trophy
  3. Just finished my first playthrough, I think some of the combat related trophies are bugged for me, but I'm not 100% sure. I do know for sure that Family glitched for me, because I completed side missions for Vito and I got the first Loyalty trophy, but when I did the same for Burke and Cass I didn't get the Family trophy. I even thought it was weird because Vito almost walked out on me before I gave him a district, and I pulled 2 rackets from him in the beginning (because I didnt know how it worked) but I still was 'loyal' to him apparenty, but not the others who I treated better. Glitches suck.
  4. Platinum : Portal Knights Est Time To Plat : 20 Hours Took Me: 32.5 Hours (including some DLC runs) Plat Difficulty : 3/10 Fun, but dang that cubicide trophy took me a couple hours to grind out.
  5. 148 Completed our of 249 Played. I sit around 75%. It's been like 3 years (Since May 2017)
  6. The only reason I don't hide trophies, even if they were "mistakes" is because it messes around with overall stats, and its not worth it IMO. Generally it's only one or a couple games anyway, across 200+? No big deal.
  7. Spent ~1 hour and ended with 19.45s Note: I don't play FPS games much, if at all. The MW1 challenge took me ~40 minutes to beat but the "restart last checkpoint" system in that game was more efficient. i.e. you dont have to run through the whole course if you mess something up. so I think that elongated the total elapsed time Edit: I got blocked by RNG a ton because I'd finish the course, then reload and walk into it again so that I could use 2 pistols. the RNG on how the targets popped was KILLER for me.
  8. Listening to the beat can help in some instances if you're good at rhythm prediction. It's the same everytime for the songs, so if you find a point where you're struggling, pay extra attention to the timing of that part. For example, one of the songs had a quick beginning note that I ALWAYS missed, so I remembered where it was and predicted when to press it. Good Luck! I wish the rest of the Yakuza game was as easy as this part was for me (aka no RNG 😝) EDIT: Also, to score higher, easier, play the lively interjections, even though they can be more challenging, you can miss more notes.
  9. First CoD game for me. That One Shot mission was so tough, the middle fight was insanely annoying, but then the final checkpoint was so much worse, with 4 helicopters. After like a dozen deaths I just "Claymore'd" the spots where people landed and tried to snipe people off ropes. SOOOOOO Annoying in my opinion. Especially when you've spent a solid 3 minutes actively dodging bullets in cover AND 2-3 grenades every 10 seconds, then some dude across the field triple taps you and you have to start again. So happy it's over. F.U.D. in under 15 seconds didn't prepare me enough for this !
  10. Also, If you want to redownload them effectively on your PS Vita (not sure about other systems), you MUST download the Demo, then the "Unlock" that comes with purchasing the level. The Demo File is where the map exists.
  11. In my opinion, some of them are actually entertaining for a short period of time and worth dropping $2 on a sale. Namely the platformers! Luckily, these profiles are SUPER easy to spot based on the insanely high [Gold / Silver] to Bronze Ratios, so its not too too hard to figure out if a profile is basically BS bc of Rat stacks (you hate to see it). Although it does totally sully the "Leaderboard" aspect because Rat game stacks bloated trophy points.
  12. I think it's super cool because I was getting bored of having little to do in the game aside from grinding for gold and a few more levels. So now I have more cool objectives to go for, as the rest of this trophy list was super fun IMO
  13. Despite all of ZP2's stuff being delisted on the PS Store, Today I was able to buy a bunch of the single tables that I didnt buy before the delisting. Now I can get extra trophies in it because I was able to add funds to my PS wallet via my vita and purchase a few tables through the ZP2 vita app. I'm ready to get this game above a "C" rating now 😁
  14. So as I was playing this last night and got done with a level after 462 deaths (because I'm bad). But I think the N definitely and most likely means Ninja (because of the character you play as), but I also think "n++" is a representation of Incremental elements in coding because of the repetition required per level, leading to "iterative progress" (doing slightly better each time through learning). I figured this because there's a trophy for dying and with each passing death I was learning or trying to execute a different nuance which felt "iterative".
  15. JUST DID THIS Just wanted to add that you can do multiple sessions and have it workout. I accidentally started my world up in 2020, but then turned my time back and still went ahead and got it by resetting the world each time. Took me 4 hours with resetting the world each time and being kinda lax about it, like not being at top efficiency, although I was beaming through the key presses at one point. Thanks for the help guys.