NamoPh

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  1. Word of warning, don't buy DriveClub Bikes if you have no intention of getting its own DLC (not included in the Season Pass). The game will detect it and force you to play a game of Bikes, autoearning you a trophy and making you stuck with that trophy list. That first race is impossible to skip or exit out of no matter what you do.
  2. Can someone explain to a new player who hasn't tried that level before, what is happening in this video that's an exploit, and how does it differ from the legit way to do it? Ah, so that's what I was doing wrong, worked like a charm, thanks!
  3. Can't seem to get this to work, any chance that they hotfixed it? Side question, is the playthrough on easy only to unlock crushing, or does it have to be done anyway even if you already have crushing unlocked?
  4. The Steam "rating" system is the only one that's worth keeping around in my opinion. The percentage of users that liked a game is actual tangible data, and not a completely arbitrary number that a nobody reviewer spit out.
  5. Let me stop you right there cause that changes literally everything about what you asked. The journeys shouldn't be your main concern then, cause you cannot expect to be able to reliably get the DLC trophies done alone.
  6. That makes literally no sense. If practicing for something bars it from being considered a big feat, you just negated most- no, all of the world records ever. If anything the first achiever isn't really as big a feat, because the playing field isn't even. There are a lot of people who can get their copies much earlier than everyone else.
  7. That's actually an interesting question and one I had never considered as someone who has acquired several #1 fastest for the personal satisfaction and setting up to get more. As people pointed out above, they did use this site as a source for Hakoom. Do let us know how it goes if you apply for it. 😀
  8. Been a while since I actually tried it, but if I recall the page isn't actually gone, just excluded from the store's search engine. You should still be able to manually type in the URL, but of course the add to cart button will be gone.
  9. I don't own the game anymore, but should be easy to check for someone who is willing to put in the work. Get the trophy, die and try to get the other. The main problem would be if the game puts a checkpoint right as you make the choice, which is actually not that unlikely, in which case this will be flaggable. Personally that wouldn't stand out as much to me if it wasn't also for the time between Evil Eats and Good Riot. Even some of the current fastest achievers, so presumably people who knew their way around the game and were intentionally speedrunning it, don't have a time as fast as that. Can't test it for myself, but just something to consider.
  10. So what I get from that is, it doesn't matter if you are online or have even unlocked the car, the game will allow you to run those races anyway? I mean I'll likely do those before shutdown anyway just to be sure, but as others have pointed out the game is quite lengthy and I'd like to do it at my own pace if I'm able to.
  11. I find that, unlike "professional" critic reviews, user reviews are usually worth a damn. Critics nowadays are so laughably disconnected from the end user, that I would rarely take one into account. So when a game is also on PC I make sure to check its Steam page. Because the "score" there is purely statistic/percentage based, I find it's much less arbitrary. I round up my investigation by skimming through the first page or two of top rated user comments, to find out what the general grievances with the game are.
  12. This is a bit of the shot in the dark, but has anyone tried entering those events offline, just in case the games allows you to use the cars anyway for those events only? It sounds like something that they might have considered, rather than locking you out of DLC content you paid for just because you don't own the only car you can use in it.
  13. I can confirm as well. Completely fresh profile, head popped at exactly 25 fatalities. Does the first part of the throne room that opens with only 10 heads contain enough chests to get 5 of each, or do you have to open the next room as well? There's very little chance this isn't intentional, so it's unlikely to get changed anytime soon.
  14. The answer to the title might not be as obvious as one would think, since you cannot download and install the DLC manually. Instead, it's already part of the game files, and the game has to authenticate to verify that your account owns it in order to unlock it. I can't help but worry that taking the servers offline will also disable that authentication. From what I understand the content unlock remains even after you go offline after the initial verification, but what happens if you have to play on a new system? I might be completely wrong on how this works, but just something to consider for whoever is postponing the offline portion of the game.
  15. Interesting how anything beneficial becomes a top priority to fix asap. Ah well, I was going to pick it up this weekend but having just come off the Max Payne 3 grind looks like I'm not touching this game.