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  1. Street Fighter V The Never-Ending Path "Sweet! You got all the trophies! You're really somethin'. Isn't that right, Ryu?" "You have done well to reach the end of this one journey. The path to becoming a true fighter still lies ahead, but let us take time to share the joy of your accomplishment." Enjoyment: 4/10 Difficulty: 5/10 Time: Oh lord. This was a hellish slow grind I gotta say. I did this previously on another account and for some reason though it would be fun to do it again. The worst part about doing it a second time was by far the 1-million money trophy. Capcom in their infinite wisdom decided it would be great to cut the money reward from missions in half, and to remove many money bonuses from other gameplay modes (story etc) completely. Only way to earn money now is by leveling characters, which is a boring process. I ended up needing to take pretty much every character through 100 stages of survival which was mind-numbing. Otherwise the game isn't too bad. In terms of difficulty it is definitely the most accessible Street Fighter in my opinion, and anyone can hit the Gold rank trophy with enough practice.
  2. He screwed me the first time I fought him also, second time was a cake walk though. Use Rogue Sigil which gives access to Aerial Ace (irc). Just keep your distance and when he teleports and attacks, Warp Strike him asap. You will completely dodge the attack and will get into an air combo which you can continue with the Rogue Sigil. Rinse and repeat for an easy fight. I was able to pretty much clear it without taking damage. Besides a couple of knock backs he really shouldn't hit you at all. If you're MP is starting to get too low, just point-warp to one of the street lights and you'll be sweet. Rogue Sigil isn't necessary but I found it to be the best anyways.
  3. You get them all.
  4. Definitely still doable by the deadline, I ended up finishing both DLCs at 33 hours total. Some tips for those going through it now, You really don't need a completely ridiculous character with best-stat weapons to complete the game. I'd recommend making a Dragon Whisker as a main one to use and the other 3 don't matter. I used Imperial Axes which can be bought because they don't need any specific stat to upgrade to their next model. By the time you reach closer to end game, upgrade the max level of the weapons and just dump all your highest strength mats into them should be enough for your character's damage output. I was level 42 when I fought the final boss and the fight was over in a couple of minutes. If you need to farm missions, farm ones that will give decent mats and KW. I recommend Double Deadeyes. Target the last Behemoth's face and you'll get a good stock of Behemoth Incisors (+25str) which you can use for your final equip crafting. As for chocobo leveling, as soon as you get one at lvl 50 with the "This bird roosts at the top of the pecking order!" description, you're good to go. Just quit the game if bad rng screws you, as the game doesn't save until you exit the leveling screen. As for the Kenny achievement, don't waste hours farming earlier missions for him. What I posted in another thread: Anyways don't stress too much guys. still a few weeks to go and that's still plenty of time. Definitely a boring grind though.
  5. By the time I finished every other trophy for Comrades I still hadn't gotten Kenny. What I recommend is trying the Daily mission a few times a day during busy periods and trying for the full human team, and if that's still no good, just make a new character and equip them with gear from your original character. Take them to a mission where the A.I will probably die and once they've used their ingredient, you should be all good. I ended up getting Kenny luckily through the Daily mission, but I got it on a friend's account by using that second method and using the Baleful Bandersnatch mission. Good luck!
  6. Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom One True King Awarded for achieving 100% completion. Enjoyment: 6/10 Difficulty: 3/10 Time: 70 hours Loved the first one so was super eager to play this. Game-play is polished and fun, and I'm pretty happy that there wasn't any crazy amount of grinding in comparison to the first. I think it's a great game and a big improvement in many areas, though I still think the first had far better story and writing.
  7. God Eater Resurrection The Legend Begins Collect all trophies. Enjoyment: 6/10 Difficulty: 1/10 Time: 65 hours This is a pretty good Monster Hunter/Toukiden type of game. I've gotten the platinum for this before and going into it for a second time definitely makes things easier. he game can be a little bit rough early on, but once you're able to support some of the overpowered bullet recipes, the game becomes an absolute joke in terms of difficulty. Pleased to say that even once you get to the point of being overpowered, the game is still a ton of fun. Zipping around the battlefield, using melee for mobility and bullet regen, and unloading it all in a quick burst to see some silly numbers is really enjoyable. The story is so-so and the voice acting was as cringe as anything, but I had a good time nonetheless.
  8. Tales of Zestiria Master of Zestiria This is proof that you've obtained all trophies. We're thrilled you like the game so much, and we hope to meet you again in future titles! Enjoyment: 6/10 Difficulty: 4/10 Time: 62 hours Wanted to try finish in one play-through but messed up on a missable and had to do a second speedrun. The game seems to get a lot of flak but to be honest I thought it was pretty good. The story is a bit of a mess but personally I find that I always enjoy the character/party interaction via skits and whatnot. Gameplay I thought was pretty fun though. Combat is fast paced and I like that harder difficulties don't drag out battles like other Tales games. The normin/fusing/upgrade system is a massive drainer and a grind, and could definitely be improved, but if you work for it you can get hilariously broken. Overall I had a good time, though I thought the DLC kinda sucked.
  9. Heya. Just got the Zestiria Plat. Good to get an english one cleared after the JP games. Also, with the announcement of Vesperia in english for ps4, will people that cleared the JP ps3 version still get to keep an icon or something? Cheers
  10. Wizard of Legend Master of Chaos Collect all trophies Enjoyment: 8/10 Difficulty: 5/10 Time: 20 hours Awesome rogue-like/twin stick shooter game. Game is pretty easy and a lot quicker to plat compared to other Rogue-likes such as Enter the Gungeon and Binding of Isaac, but still a blast to play. Each run is pretty quick, with full runs only taking maybe 30 mins or so, which I think is perfect for the game since the most of my fun came from choosing different spell setups to make sweet combos. Gameplay is challenging enough to begin with, but once you learn boss patterns you'll pretty much have a 100% full clear success rate from there. Definitely recommend if you're a fan of the genre.
  11. Mary Skelter: Nightmare Escapee Obtained all Trophies! Enjoyment: 5/10 Difficulty: 4/10 Time: 45 hours Decent dungeon crawler on the Vita. The story starts off pretty bizarre but actually gets pretty interesting later on and I found myself actually wanting to push through quick. The game has classes and skill layout editing but I found it too be pretty lackluster as the overall balance is pretty poor, so it felt like putting effort into a build was just a waste of time. Certain classes and skills are so much stronger than others that combat became a bit repetitive later on, and the roulette system made the game feel a lot more tedious. Overall it's not a bad DRPG for the Vita, though there are much better choices out there.
  12. Undertale Don't You Have Anything Better to Do? Obtain all other Undertale trophies. Enjoyment: 10/10 Difficulty: 2/10 This is the best thing I have played in a long time. Never thought it would come to PS4 because of the file editing stuff on PC, but I'm so glad it did. Great soundtrack, story and characters. The game only takes 2 hours for the play and doesn't require completion, but I highly recommend that you see it to the end. Also plat #10 on this account, with a title that suits my gaming habit T.T
  13. I know a tiny bit but nothing that would help with the game hahaha. This site and google translate will guide you to pretty much 100%
  14. テイルズ オブ イノセンス R (Tales of Innocence R) テイルズ オブ イノセンス R マスター "テイルズ オブ イノセンス R"を極めた証。あなたの愛に感謝! Enjoyment: 6/10 Difficulty: 4/10 Time: 45 hours for completion. Another 65 hours afk for the 100h game-time trophy. Praise be for the JP wiki and google translate. Trying to platinum all Tales games and was really happy to get this sorted. I quite enjoyed the gameplay of this one. I didn't enjoy the story or characters as much as other Tales games, but definitely has some of the better combat gameplay on the handheld.
  15. Heya. Have now got the platinum for Tales of Innocence R. I know the Japanese ones don't count for actual amount, but the emblem would be nice Next up I'm thinking is Zestiria, though I think i'll be playing a bit of Hearts R on the side also.