ninjamonkee9900

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  1. If turn-based, high strategy is an option, Divinity: Original Sin and Divinity: Original Sin II are some of the best games I have ever played. Long and involved, but excellent if that is of interest.
  2. No regerts, but I do plan milestones out. Funny enough, a year or so ago my Duck Souls+ got flagged for cheating because I collected all of the trophies but they didn't pop. Next time I logged in, thinking I had to do it all over, they all popped, so I ended up with a 9 second plat time. I hid the game to get back on the leaderboards, so now I have to subtract one mentally, knowing that it is actually my 501 platinum (on my trophy list) that will be my 500 here on psnprofiles, as an example. But I do like looking to the left on my profile and seeing cool trophies and plats.
  3. This was interesting to look at. My list was 30 different games, and, uh.....you can see my eclectic tastes. Not in exact order, but: Broforce Fire Pro Wrestling Skulls of the Shogun Dragon Fin Soup Outward Germinator Retro City Rampage Race the Sun Helldivers Madden 20 Madden 19 Madden 18 Madden 17 FIFA 19 Woah Dave! Frozen Free Fall: Snowball Fight Star Wars Pinball Red Dead Redemption Galak-Z Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout Divinity: Original Sin Divinity: Original Sin II Lara Croft Temple of Osiris DuckTales Remastered WWE2K19 Killing Floor 2 Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor Die, Mr. Robot! Escape Plan Counterspy
  4. Lots of good arguments in this thread, and wanted to throw some respect to this one in particular. I feel very much this way. I play lots of short and easy plats, because I have had the goal of climbing the leaderboards just to see what I could do over the course of a few years. It was the flooding of the market of these (what I consider) low quality games, and I decided to save my money and time to support indies that I think are better. I love your point that you can always change your approach...it is up to you. Play what you like, and good luck to all!
  5. I didn't even think about this.....My Name is Mayo got me to Level 300.....*triple facepalm*
  6. HI Unknown! I appreciate all of this so much and agree with the sentiment that you have to do what is fun for you (and you might need to find that again). I have only been "trophy hunting" for three or four years actively, but I have been gaming forever. When I started trophy hunting, I was worried that it might reduce my enjoyment of gaming. Luckily for me, it hasn't. In some ways, it has made things more fun, in giving me different challenges to try. To help with that, I take my trophy hunting only medium seriously. I can bail on a game if needed, and still play fun stuff with my friends. Really, this is not that different from how I gamed before trophies existed. I would go to a local used game shop, buy 3-5 cheap nintendo games, and play through them to explore as much as possible. Even now, I happily admit that I am buying $3-$10 games constantly and getting those plats! What has been helpful for me is that this is only one way I game, not the only way I game. I agree with the people saying game how you want and find what makes you happy. If you never got another trophy, I would respect you as a fellow gamer and admire the awesome trophy work that you have done so far. Sometimes I like to think of having a giant list of trophies like being a dragon sleeping on my giant pile of gold. I like having (hoarding) it, and I like to look at it all shiny sometimes, but it can't inherently make you happy...unless it makes you happy. Best of luck as you find your joy in gaming again and know that I am in your corner!