Spider-Man916

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  1. Ah. Okay. Thank you both. Okay. At least I know I'm not totally off for being baffled by this. Yeah. Probably hackers. Or what-have-you. Thank you.
  2. I hope someone could help me understand this. Here on PSNProfiles, the rarity of this game's platinum trophy is 0.72%. The actual platinum rarity on PSN is 5.3%. Now I realize that PSNP is based on only those who are members of this site/have registered with this site or what-have-you while PSN is based on every single PSN account that exists and has played the game. I get that. What I do not understand is that this seems like a huge anomaly to me. Because this is a site and a community dedicated to trophy hunting and only counts those who are members or have registered with this site (in my understanding), I have found that the rarity of a platinum on PSN tends to be more rare than here because, again, PSN counts every single PSN account that has ever loaded up and played the game as opposed to here. So to see the rarity of the platinum trophy on PSN to be rated as very rare and at 5.3% while here it is rated as ultra-rare and 0.72% with a handful of achievers boggles my mind. The only thing I can think of is a lot of people have figured out a way to hack the trophies and PSNP has removed a ton of people for this as opposed to Sony which may have done nothing. Again, I don't know. That's just speculation on my part. I am baffled though. If anyone can explain or enlighten me, it would be much appreciated. Maybe there is something I am just not understanding about all of this or that I am missing. Thank you kindly for reading this and for any insight anyone can give me to understand this. It's not a huge issue, but one that just boggles my mind. Thank you all.
  3. On PS3, I am currently working on Asura's Wrath (am aiming for the 100%), Naruto UNS Revolution, Metro: Last Light and Call of Duty: Black Ops 2. On Vita, I just started Senran Kagura: Shinovi Versus. Will be getting a PS4 pretty soon and a PS5 later this year/early next year.
  4. On PS3, I am currently working on Asura's Wrath (am aiming for the 100%), Naruto UNS Revolution, Metro: Last Light and Call of Duty: Black Ops 2. On Vita, I just started Senran Kagura: Shinovi Versus. Will be getting a PS4 pretty soon and a PS5 later this year/early next year.
  5. Senran Kagura: Shinovi Versus "Let's Get Physical" Edition
  6. Proteus. On the Vita. Completed it on February 28th.
  7. The Power of Silence: Against the Dictatorship of Noise by Robert Cardinal Sarah
  8. Number 57 earned last week....Far Cry Classic.
  9. Platinum #57....earned last week April 29th....Far Cry Classic.  Forgot to post here.

  10. @Boogieman Same here, bro. Thank you!
  11. Totally forgot to post here because I'm rarely on here.  Platinum #56 (and 100%): Bloodborne.  Earned a couple weeks back.  Now just working through that backlog.

  12. Numero 56: Bloodborne. Earned a couple weeks ago. (And 100%.)
  13. Far Cry 5....When video games become just another platform for the globalists' brainwashing and propaganda.

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    2. Xel

      Xel

      Video games are fiction, I don't see a reason to get offended by them unless you let yourself get offended.

    3. NanaCheese94

      NanaCheese94

      Oh man please, I don't think the kind of brainwashers or victims of brainwashing would buy this game anyways. Far Cry is about having fun in a beautiful open world, and I'm pretty sure it will be mostly about the cultist aspect, and not targeting Chistianity or white Americans directly.

    4. Lorajet

      Lorajet

      You could probably read that into any of the games we play.  I play for entertainment, not for some subliminal message in the game.  

  14. Wow. Another common sense post on an internet forum thread. Now that's what I call ultra-rare.