• Announcements

jamaicanchampion

Premium Member
 PSN Profile
  • Content count

    82
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

54 Excellent

2 Followers

About jamaicanchampion

  • Rank
    Premium Member

Recent Profile Visitors

870 profile views
  1. He probably wanted the 1.65% PSNprofile rarity platinum trophy to show off to all of his friends.
  2. I just realized something. If you two don't live close to each other to play on his PS4, there are only 2 ways that I can think of that would allow you to play on his account and get trophies for him. I don't think he thought this through because option 1 is a pain in the ass and option 2 risks getting his account deleted/stolen 1. You use share play and you get the trophies for him. But both of yall would need good internet connections and both of yall would have to be on at the same time so that would make it very hard for a game that takes over 100 hours to platinum. It would be a huge pain in the ass to use share play every day. 2. The guy breaks the PSN terms of service and he gives his account username and password to you. This would allow you to play on his account in your own house at any time. Also, I never played RDR2 but maybe by using your own save file, you could use the save file for RDR2 that you already platinum and upload it to the other guy's account. Now for some games, this would give that account all of the trophies that save file had, but some games won't give you any trophies and some games will only give you some of the trophies. It really depends on the game. Also, this might be against this website rules. So just ask him just how he was planning on getting you to platinum the game for him because now I'm wondering.
  3. I could understand paying someone to get you a hard trophy such as ...Becomes the Master which is a trophy that you could get in a couple of minutes but it's very hard and it will most likely take you a couple of hours to get. I personally would never give my hard earn money away so I could get a trophy, but I don't blame those who do it for a very hard trophy. But paying someone to platinum the whole game for you? At that point, you are just buying a game just for someone else to play it. Also, I never played RDR2 but I heard it is a very long platinum. Like over 100 hours at least. So 50 US dollars is less than .50 an hour. So I wouldn't take the job.
  4. I have already gotten every trophy but the Veteran Ninja which is the trophy for playing 1000 games. I still need around 320 games so I was wondering what is the fastest way to do this. I found that the Survival Exercise takes 5 minutes max and most of the time the game is only 3 minutes while in any other mode the game takes 5-6 minutes. I KNOW that when you finish a match of Survival Exercise it increases your battle count, but does it increase it for the trophies as well? I have already gotten all of the Completed 100 battles as blank Type so I can't really just test it out like that. And I'm over 300 games away for my battle count to hit 1000. Survival Exercise is a mode that was added in months after the launch date so my fear is that it might not count towards the trophies. So has anyone gotten any of the 4 Completed 100 battles as blank Type trophies or Veteran ninja right after finishing a game of Survival Exercise? I know this is a stupid question but I just want to make sure because it really has been bothering me.
  5. That anime was weird as hell. It was all about drinking each other drool. I really love the scenes when the girlfriend put her finger into her mouth and gets a good amount of drool on her finger in order to feed it to her boyfriend but it still weirded me out. The anime was good though but still very weird indeed.
  6. I learned about this game from the free PS plus video and I thought it was a medium/easy platinum because as of March 31st the PSN Profiles rarity is 21.30% and the PSN rarity is 4.1%. But according to the trophy guide, the difficulty is 7/10 and 50 hours which doesn't really add up to the rarity as something ranked that difficult would normally have a rarity of 5% or rarer for PSN Profiles. I did some digging and found out a debug mode or admin control was found and that is probably the reason why the rarity is in the uncommon range for the platinum. It does look grindy but even so, the game doesn't look that challenging even if you didn't use the admin controls. I never played the game before but from the videos I saw, the platinum just looks grindy. I guess its really based on the penalty for death. Is the penalty for death like Rust where if you die you lose all of your items and some exp? Or maybe like a Tale game where you have to save manually and when you die you respawn with the exp and items of your last save. Or do you get to keep all of you exp and items? Because if you get to keep all of your items and exp then I would think this game wouldn't be hard to platinum because if you are having trouble on a stage, you could leave and grind and get stronger and go back to that stage to beat it. But if it's like Rust or a Tale game then I can definitely see the challenge.
  7. I think blaming it on culture is just another way to say censorship which I think is messed up for countries to be able to do that. If someone doesn't like something then that is ok because that is their opinion, but what's not ok is to make it illegal for others to use that something if that something is harmless. They are forcing their opinion on other people even though it doesn't affect them at all. Their opinion shouldn't affect other people's items at all because it doesn't affect themselves. If the item is harmless then it shouldn't be banned no matter what the culture is. I can understand banning or restricting items such as guns because people can use guns to hurt or kill someone. Now their opinion matters because it affects them as well. but a video game is a harmless item and for that reason, countries shouldn't have the power to censor items just because of their own beliefs. There has to some sort of safety reason or some other good reason to ban something and "culture" is not a good reason.
  8. It seems mostly censorship to me. They can fix Import laws by making you pay taxes in both countries. That's what they do when you buy something from another country and get it shipped to the country your in. Thanks to that you can buy almost anything online as long as you are willing to pay taxes in both countries and its legal in the country you are in. Its messed up but it works. If they don't allow that video game to be in the country then its censorship.
  9. So basically the reason why PS will not allow you to shop in different countries is that people from different countries create laws base off from their own opinion that restricts other people from buying a harmless video game that will not hurt anybody. When I think about it, that new Senran Kagura got delayed either in NA or EU because they didn't allow there. It just shows how other people can make life much harder for other people just because of their opinions even though it doesn't affect them at all.
  10. I'm not asking how to buy games from other countries because I already know how. I'm asking why PlayStation doesn't allow you to buy games from different countries using the same account. Why can't my Canadian PSN account hold currencies from the U.S and Japan or any other currencies PSN allows? I don't really understand why they would stop you from shopping in other countries PSN stores. Even if they want you to use the currency of the store your shopping in that would be ok. For example, if a Canadian were to shop in the Japanese Playstation store, they would have to shop using Yen and not CAD. If it was like that I would be happy because I wouldn't have to make multiple psn accounts in order to shop in other countries. The main reason why I ask this is because of that new trophy reward system they added not to long ago which gives you money in your psn account for collecting trophies, but the catch is only Americans can sign up for it. So I can't sign up for it because I'm a Canadian and I use CAD. However, if they allowed PSN accounts to hold as many currencies as you want, anybody from any country would be able to sign up for the reward program because they could just shop in the U.S PSN store. I want to know whose fault is it that we cannot shop in different countries on PSN. Is it Playstation's fault? or is there some sort of law that forbids Playstation to allow such a feature? Because in my eyes, a feature such as that could only bring more money to Playstation's pocket. It would also benefit the people who move to a different region. Because if a person who lives in North America and owns a North American PS4 were to move to the U.K which is in Europe, and if they didn't know the trick to buy games in different countries (which most do not), they would have to buy a new European PS4 and make a new European account in order to buy games in the U.K. Plus they lose all of their trophies and any other things their old account had. So whose fault is it that we cannot hold as many currencies as we want?
  11. This game has crashed a lot and I'm pretty sure it's from having too many towers and balloons on the screen at the same time. Sometimes after I reboot the game after a crash my save will be corrupted. Thankfully the PS4 automatically creates back up saves so I don't have to worry about losing anything but this game has corrupted my save file twice now and has crashed over 15 times now within a week and a half time of playing. I'm using a PS4 pro. Is this happening to anyone else?
  12. For me its Ratchet & Clank: A Crack in Time at 3 years 3 months and it's not because the game is hard or anything like that. The only hard trophy is the My Blaster Runs Hot mini-game trophy but other than that the platinum is pretty easy. The reason why it took me so long to get the platinum trophy for the game is that at the time I was using PS now and my internet connection was bad. I am a big RAC fan. I used to play the first 4 games on the PS2, but I never had a PS3 until a couple of months ago. So I used PS now and I played ACIT, A4O, FFA, and ITN for the first time. Since my connection was so bad, I could barely play, but I managed to get the platinum for ITN which ended up being my very first platinum trophy ever and it gave me the boost to trophy hunt for fun. But since my connection was so bad, I couldn't get back into PS now because I kept getting disconnected. Fast forward to October 2018, I got myself a used PS3 and I platinumed all of the RAC games on the PS3 and that is the reason why it took me 3 years and 3 months to platinum Ratchet and Clank A crack in time. If I had a PS3 back when I first played ACIT I probably would have platinumed the game within a month just because I know I would have rage quit and come back on the My Blaster Runs Hot mini-game. But I'm not going to lie, I was thinking about giving up on the platinum just because of the My Blaster Runs Hot trophy. Thankfully I ended up beating the mini-game. If that mini-game trophy wasn't a thing I would have platinumed the game in a couple of days.
  13. In order to sync the vita, first you must be online, and then go on the Vita trophy app and then it should sync. If that doesn't work click on the 3 dots on the right bottom of the screen in the trophy app and press "sync with server" you might also not be online on your vita. Check that as well
  14. Too bad this is only for Americans. I live in Canada and I can't sign up for this program. Why can't they just give me USD credit? It's better than nothing.
  15. What's the point of trophy cheating anyways? Like on youtube when someone buys view bots they do it to make their channel look big and people who use bots hope that youtube won't catch them. If you don't get caugh it might help grow your channel. but hacking psn trophies is not going to help you in any way, shape or form. So what's the point in trophy hacking?