F1rstinFlight

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  1. What? Just because you don’t like a genre you’re going to make a statement like that? I think you’re trying to make a joke but it’s not funny in any way. Some people on this site are sick in the head…
  2. Yeah I’d agree with what the others have said here. They patched the exo survival mode to make Flip Flop more challenging. I originally achieved it around the time the game came out but I’ve helped others get it since the patch and it’s still very doable. I recommend using the heavy exo class because the laser gun has infinite ammo and is quite strong. I also recommend playing on the map Instinct because there’s a tunnel where you can post up and it’ll give you cover from the Warbirds when they spawn. I also think the easter eggs tend to be the hardest trophies in each dlc, but that’s not always the case. Some of the easter eggs are quite long and have challenging steps. If you don’t get a good start in the early rounds then you can screw yourself because the steps can become very challenging to pull off. Also crawlers will die after a set amount of time in this game which can be quite frustrating. Some of the other trophies like Mad Hops require precise movement and are best attempted on early rounds. But yeah Double Tap may be one of the hardest zombies trophies in any of the games. No other game has a hardcore mode like Descent. You have to complete the easter egg and then you can activate this “Double Feature” mode. It turns the game black and white, removes your HUD, makes zombies take and deal more damage, makes it so you only receive points for kills and nothing for hits, and you can’t revive at all (including self-revive in solo). You definitely are going to have to get lucky with the mystery box early. Someone needs to have a Blunderbuss or you probably won’t be able to pull it off. You only have to make it to Round 20 to get to the final Oz fight, but trust me it’s harder than it sounds.
  3. The universal consensus seems to be that Nightmare in Doom 2 is nearly impossible with the 1.07-1.08 patches. Why did they think this was a good idea?
  4. @[email protected] I didn’t read the whole argument here but enough of it to appreciate the good work you did holding @ryanofx92 in check. My only addition here is that rather than focusing on the hidden trophies as a reason he shouldn’t be saying anything about other people’s lists, is the fact he’s not even on the leaderboard at the moment 😂. No worries about that from me, bud. I spotted it in like 5 seconds and then immediately clicked away 😉.
  5. Yo man I really don’t want to argue with you about this. I’m not some crazy gamer but I get hooked on certain games and play them well past trophies. I’m definitely not a hardcore GTA fan by any means. I just really love RDR. There are 107 missions in the singleplayer and you only have to gold 70 of them. This leaves you with a ton of flexibility and choice with the missions you want to tackle when going through replay. I personally found the first 58ish gold medals to be very simple and then things got a bit tougher as I got closer and closer to 70. I apologize for coming off aggressively toward you in this thread. I really shouldn’t have responded that way. I’ve said this before, but I just get tired of people on this site complaining about things rather than embracing the challenge and trying to improve. Maybe it’s partly because I used to be a high school math teacher and there seems to be a widespread mindset in my country of not being a “math person.” As soon as you self-label yourself as “not a math person” then the rest of your math career is probably going to be a struggle because you don’t have the desire and belief to push yourself to succeed. I’m not even what most people would consider a “math person” because I didn’t major or minor in math in college. I was an Ancient Greek history major but I just happen to have a deep love and respect for applied mathematics. Theoretical math is what true mathematicians do and the vast majority of people have no idea what that entails unless they’ve considered majoring or minoring math, but it requires an entirely differently level of abstract conceptual understanding.
  6. This is so cool and such a pleasure to watch! Thanks for sharing. But if you want to watch the best Sekiro player in the world then you need to check out Seki. I’ve watched LilAggy a lot and I love his content. Seki hasn’t done any crazy challenge runs while being blindfolded or using a dance pad, but using two eyes and a controller there’s not a player on the planet close to him. He did a no-hit/damage, no skills/upgrades, bell demon, no kuro’s charm run with the immortal severance ending. For those who don’t know, activating the bell demon and choosing not to keep kuro’s charm in the tutorial (only available after beating the game once but is available after that on fresh saves) both make the game significantly harder and their effects compound when used together. The immortal severance ending is also the significantly longer route to beating the game which is never used in any% runs and not often used in challenge runs. He’s slowly taking over the entire speedrun leaderboard and poor guys like sutemou have been chasing some of his records for a long time with no success. He really prefers to run glitchless but he’s started moving over to unrestricted categories. His current world record in all bosses and mini-bosses is just some freakish stuff. The purity of his movement and technique along with his absolute mastery of every aspect of the game almost brings a tear to my eye as a die-hard soulsbornekiro fan. He also regularly goes for world record attempts while getting drunk which is something I’ve never seen before from a speedrunner in any game.
  7. This is blatantly not true and was entirely perpetuated by more casual people like you. Getting gold on enough missions before the patch (which made replaying missions easier) was not actually challenging in any way. But of course people are always going to whine and complain about games when they’re forced to learn to have some base level of competency with the mechanics before getting the platinum to unlock. There were many different guides out there to help and the vast majority of the missions I went for didn’t take me more than one or two tries to get gold.
  8. I found it to be one of the most immersive gaming experiences I’ve ever had, which is highly impressive considering it’s not an RPG at all really. Guess what, getting places and doing basic tasks took longer back in the early 1900s than it does now. Rockstar didn’t want you to just see the perspective of Arthur Morgan and his story, they wanted to transport you back over 100 years in time to put you into a completely different world than we’re used to. And while some people have complained that aspects of the game are “boring,” that definitely wasn’t true for me in any way. I thoroughly enjoyed my time role playing a cowboy at a critical juncture in US history when the federal government made a concerted effort to cut down on lawlessness throughout the western states. The story is masterful and gripping throughout its entirety with some of the best dialogue you’ll see in the entire entertainment industry. Rockstar managed to make a prequel to one of my favorite games of all time that was somehow better in every possible way. My hat’s off to the talented team responsible.
  9. Adderall? Please, that’s for finals period in college. What you’re going to need for Master Fisher is a solid 18%+ thc sativa or sativa-dominant hybrid. Pm me if you want some specific strain suggestions. Also to the OP, if you have the time and desire to I’d love you to keep this thread updated with your progress. This is definitely on my wishlist when I (eventually) can find somewhere to buy a PS5 at retail price and feel like my balls are big enough.
  10. Yeah I really don’t know how much the netcode has gotten better. No specific mode is buggy but the netcode is bad so your connection is inconsistent. This leads to the game eating inputs at times and you not seeing reality on screen at times so other players will teleport from one location to another as the game can’t make a smooth transition. The game lets you know when your connection is bad and very bad (usually when joining a server far away from you), but these issues happen even when your connection is stable and you’re on an appropriate server. It’s frustrating because when it works properly it controls super tightly (despite the goofy aesthetics) and the platforming is fun. I’ve really enjoyed trying to figure out the fastest routes on the various race maps. I only recently started playing but I’ve played a decent amount both before and after the big season 5 update. I just don’t see much improvement personally.
  11. This is absolutely not true. I’ve met the requirements for Big Tease many times since 4am EST on July 23rd, including last night, and it’s not popping. I saw that and was hoping something had changed but it hasn’t. I’m putting together a video of a few clips to show Mediatonic this is still an issue because it’s not on their radar it seems. I also just want them to pop that trophy for me at this point because I’m tired of holding out hope every single time I come first place in a race and have time to throw up an emote before winning. @serpent_guy You’re confusing the trophy Face First with the trophy Style Points.
  12. I can also confirm that Big Tease is still bugged. I’ve satisfied the requirements three different times since Season 5 started and it hasn’t popped. Big Bully and Stumble Chums now unlock as they should. Face First was never bugged though so some people in this thread just weren’t meeting the requirements properly.
  13. As someone who also has very limited experience with fighting games, I’m curious what you didn’t like so much about this one. NetherRealm is a pretty respected developer in the fighting game scene. Do you think it’s this game specifically you didn’t like or fighting games in general? You have an impressive list and I’ve considered trying a few fighting games at some point myself so I’m curious to hear your thoughts.
  14. I don’t think you need the first three. None of them are particularly challenging in my opinion at all. You may die at the wheelchair section occasionally but it’s the most harmless death you can possibly have. I did this awhile ago when there weren’t as many guides out there so I’m not up-to-date with the newest strats. I know you have a save for Manhattan but I’d suggest maybe having one specifically for the Penthouse section too. I also recommend practicing Roswell a good amount along with the other obvious sections (Courthouse, Ausmerzer, etc.). For some reason I had a bit of trouble with Roswell in actual runs. I was using a speedrun strat at one part and it was more nuanced than I realized. The first time I got past Roswell was actually when I completed the run. Or just do this haha. I didn’t know about this. I guess you’ll have to play through the entire game again but it could be good practice. Or you could use this slot for saves in the beginning part of the game and you wouldn’t have to play through the entire thing.
  15. Yeah and this happens frequently right now and sometimes even when you don’t say anything offensive directly to another person. It’s unclear what criteria the mods use when they determine what to delete. An even bigger issue is entire threads getting deleted with no warning…