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  1. Even though it contains the three first episodes, the ND collection is downloaded as a single game - you can’t split it. So you’ll have to either buy the first episode separately or be patient I’m afraid...
  2. Among all the games listed above there are a lot of excellent ones but I would really recommend The Order: 1886 - a very underrated game in my opinion. An interesting plot served by excellent voice acting and stunning visuals, I really had a great time playing it. The platinum being quite easy is the icing on the cake... If you own a Vita, you may also want to give a try to Severed. It’s one of these few games that really make you realize how great the Vita could have done if Sony had believed in it. Not as easy as you may think tough the platinum remains fairly accessible, but a great and very original experience. Also on Vita and not listed yet, Tearaway proposes several silver trophies and is really worth playing it. Again, one these few games specifically developed for the Vita that will provide a great and really unusual experience. One of my favorite games! Not stackable anymore as servers are now closed, so be careful: death mode is aptly named...
  3. I’m afraid the trophy in question unlocks when reaching 5,000,000 points - so you’re halfway of completing 10% of the requirement... 🙃 Yep, and you didn’t even mention the trophy that demands to complete a stage without taking a single hit. This one is due to be hard as nails too. I’m going to play this game anyway - it just too much tastes like the time when I was young 😁 - but definitely won’t bother with the plat...
  4. Sorry pal, I didn’t read your post any further. But I’m sure it was not worth it...
  5. Expecting a Dark Souls / Dying Light combo, and eventually getting THIS... Is there any word beyond “disappointed” in English?
  6. None. I’d rather see studios developing new games, new concepts, new ideas...
  7. Except that such a move would make absolutely no sense from a business perspective - every PS5 not sold shall offer a potential customer to Microsoft. We’re not talking about some very exclusive machine like the 20th anniversary PS4. The PS5 will drive Sony’s success (or failure) in the console market for the next six to eight years, which is a very competitive one as we all know. Personally, I highly doubt that this information is genuine...
  8. Game is so far scheduled for a release in Q2-2020, i.e. no later than June 30th. If it doesn't get delayed, of course...
  9. Let's be honest, I had never heard the name of the guy but had used his invention soooo many times. And since the very beginning, as it so happens that the very first Game I ever played was Gradius, on NES. Kazuhisa Hashimoto was the "inventor'" of the famous Konami code and passed away on Feb. 25th and with him goes another page of gaming history... RIP
  10. Come on, seriously?!? Don't even feel like imagining what you could have written, had I been German... Anyway, as it seems some people felt my post was rude or offensive (which it was not meant to be) I'll just develop the idea beneath. Anyone who feels like challenging himself has several "tougher than tough" games to consider, with really difficult trophy lists to complete: Super Meat Boy, Sine Mora, Downwell, Crypt of the Necrodancer, etc. These are tough but technically doable for highly skilled (& perseverant) gamers. Attacking Zegeta 2 is different and as far as I can see, it's just a massive troll. Why otherwise isn't there a single player to have earned a single trophy the legit way? Why otherwise isn't there anyone to have actually finished the game? Why otherwise would the devs keep on letting their (rare) customers in the complete fog about trophy requirements? Can't see the fun in it. Nothing less, nothing more. That being said, have a nice day/evening all and good luck in your attempt to conquer the seemingly unconquerable fortress :-)
  11. Ignoring the negative feedbacks, I bought the recent Secret of Mana remaster, hoping I would somehow recover the feelings I had when playing the original one on Super Nintendo as a kid. I just had forgotten that I’m no longer a kid and felt quite disappointed, as predictable... Nostalgia sometimes sucks 😒
  12. For this kind of game you definitely want to focus on framerate more than resolution. But I agree a 1080p/60fps combo is a sheer minimum nowadays for a remaster...
  13. I must confess I’m surprised to see that there are still people actually playing - sorry, trying to play this crappy, trollish joke of a game...
  14. #28 – Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order Difficulty = 4/10 Enjoyment = 8/10 I had been expecting this one to be honest – eventually a promising Star Wars game. No multiplayer, no micropayments, no DLC, no bullshit. Just a solo experience with a story worth telling. And all in all, it was worth the time and money indeed. The main positive point is the gameplay, focused on handling a lightsaber and using the Force. The latter is limited to very basic abilities (push, pull and freeze) which is not a problem, as this allows it to serve the fights quite well and maintain a very dynamic gameplay. As for the lightsaber, it relies on an attacking and parrying-based gameplay that works quite well. Special mention to the boss fights, that are for sure the best moments with extremely well executed & actually challenging lightsaber duels. But the best part remains the story. The main protagonist is definitely not a monster of charism but it suits his condition fairly well – an former Padawan, pulled from hiding against his will – and all characters are well written and incarnated. As the plot develops – a plot that perfectly fits into the extended Star Wars universe – I really got more and more involved in it. And that ending! I won’t spoil it here but the final sequence after fighting the last boss really got me. From technical standpoint this is a correct game. Neat graphics and quite fluid animations (I played on PS4 Pro with Performance mode active), a few bugs but nothing dramatic with only a couple of freezes that needed a restart. I started on versions 1.06 and 1.07 and it seems most bugs people mentioned after released have been fixed. I would only regret this game to be fairly short (let’s say 20 to 25 hours to complete the story and explore every inch of every world), with a very limited replay value. And the post-game free roaming is not particularly interesting. But it’s been a very satisfactory experience that I would recommend to anyone enjoying action/adventures games such as Uncharted or Tomb Raider. And if you’re a Star Wars fan in addition, it’s just mandatory you go for it.
  15. To be more specific, this site will only track players whose ID has been updated at least once. That leaves a lot of people that have not, hence this gap you mentioned.