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  1. For these older titles, it seems trophy support is optional and not mandatory.
  2. The Wild Arms games aren't particularly difficult. There are some obscure collectibles, but a particularly observant player shouldn't have any problems finding everything. Some of the super bosses can potentially prove to be a challenge, but nothing too overwhelming.
  3. Day. One. Buy.
  4. See the opening post of this thread. It's at Little Twister. You have to defeat the Kraken to obtain it.
  5. Infinite number of times yes. Would be nice to have the entire series bundled together as a collection and sold for the PS5. On another note. I noticed that over time, my platinum trophy for this game has been increasing in rarity. It used to be around 8%, but now it's under 7%. Has this game experienced a surge of new users?
  6. I think I'll be skipping this version of the game.
  7. Can you import your save from the PS4 version?
  8. Is it still working?
  9. I saw that too, but dunno what it means.
  10. The list hasn't changed.
  11. Thanks for the heads up.
  12. The entire list would have to be revised, then. Probably the best way to do it would be to make three of the gold trophies silver trophies and then subsequently adding the Expert Difficulty mode trophy. This, of course assumes Sony would allow the developer to revise the trophy list. My guess is that they won't be able to. They should be able to fix the list for the PS5 version, assuming one is forthcoming. EDITED TO ADD My math doesn't check out. NEW EDIT So I figured out how they can add the expert difficulty as a gold trophy and still keep the same point values. Change one of the existing gold trophies to a silver trophy and change two silver trophies into bronze trophies. Then they could add the expert difficulty trophy as a gold one. The new list would have a breakdown of 1 | 8 | 9 | 4.
  13. Now, now, there's no need to lie. If you really didn't care, you never would've commented on the subject to begin with. The fact that you're participating in this discussion shows that you do in fact care that the developers of Sifu are adding a reduced difficulty. Personally, I think it's great that they are adding lower difficulty options while at the same understanding where you're coming from as well.
  14. I think the game is decent. One thing I don't particularly like is the censored swearing. I'm of the opinion that if you're going to have characters swear, then it shouldn't censored. Ever. Either have them curse uncensored, or use other, less explicit language that nonetheless conveys the same overall meaning. It's annoying and I would rather they just toned down the language. As for the gameplay, for the most part I find it quite a bit fun. I also like the exploration of the maps. I will agree with some of the comments about the graphics. This is a game that with a few tweaks, the Playstation 2 could've pulled off. That is not a compliment to the game's visuals. I do have the PS4 remaster purchased (bought the PS3 version after forgetting I had the remaster >_<), so hopefully that version is prettier. I'm currently at chapter eight. I would say that based on my experience with the game thus far, I would grade it a B.