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  1. Gotta go with GTA: SanAndreas from BlackSnake. Great game that I probably won't ever have the time to get back to.
  2. The 'Get 48 Bees' and 'Assemble the army' trophies are literally the exact same trophy. It's impossible to get 1 without the other. Kind of bizarre. Don't know if I've ever encountered that before.
  3. Finished it on my 11th attempt with around 4 bees left I think. Two of those attempts were before I had all 48 bees. The one trick is to just take your time and be deliberate. Unless you are being chased by something, go as slow as you can and plan out every move before doing it. Panicking and rushing will be the biggest killers here. After a while it starts to become much easier with practice.
  4. Yeah, the problem is the age and the port. I played this game originally on the original Xbox and it immediately became my favorite game of all time back then. When it came out it was absolutely fantastic and stunning for it's time. That's why people love it so much. Now if you compare the absolutely shitty port of it to today's games, then yeah, this is pure bottom of the barrel shit. That's the problem. Port has so many problems that weren't present back when it first came out. 1) Wrong aspect ratio. This game was meant for 4:3 crt tv's. The port puts it in a 16:9 ration by just fucking chopping off the bottom and top of the screen. This makes it near impossible to tell where to go at times because ledges that should be clearly visible above and below you, you simply can't see without wrestling with the camera trying to get them in view. 2) Horrific sound mixing. Playing through the PS3 port, I could maybe make out like 30% of what the characters were saying to each other, and it required near blasting the volume to even be able to hear that. The original did not have that problem, all dialogue was crisp and clear and you got a great sense of characterization and relationship between the two, that is just missing here cause of the shitty sound. 3) Trophies. The original had none, so you could just play through at your own pace without having to do stupid shit, like not rewinding or dying or such. You could actually PLAY the game without stressing over stupid non-essential stuff. I'll give you that the combat isn't that great, but it's not as bad as you make it sound. It's just that you haven't found the magic undefeatable combo that makes all encounters childs play. Like mentioned above, bouncing off the wall and jumping over the enemies makes all fights difficulty drop down to 1/10. But this still makes all fights the same and boring.
  5. I am absolutely baffled that this is not called 'Furrious Racing'. How could they possibly not considered that??
  6. Yeah, thank god there is not the complete the impossible lair with no bees trophy. Now the platinum is obtainable.
  7. No. No it's not. Not even in the slightest. They just took whatever game they had and arbitrarily slapped the name Contra on it to try and boost sales. Abomination.
  8. Fucking disgusting. Literally zero in this trophy list that has anything to fucking do with Contra. Ranked matches? Coins? Wtf? How could they fuck up Contra any more?
  9. Any of these tied to MP?
  10. It's a VR title. Not sure if it is VR only or if you can play it flat too. Interesting how this one has difficulty trophies, but Youngblood does not.
  11. You guys realize you can remap any button however you want through the ps4 system settings right?
  12. Yeah, the splash screen is completely wrong on this site, and should be fixed so people don't think they're getting the NES version. From what I remember of the arcade version, the only way to survive and get very far is to abuse this move where you jump over them and grab and throw them over and over. Also it had a funky little joystick with a button on top of the joystick.
  13. Nothing special, all you have to do is pick up the hats. And only certain hats count. Typically they are somewhat hidden. Usually normal hats like ones on people's heads don't count. So if it says you don't have them all then there are ones you haven't found yet.
  14. I caught him by using the oldest trick in the book. I complained about it online. Seriously, after days of failure, I landed him 1 hour after making this post. Unfortunately, I didn't do anything special or different to catch him. It just seems the RNG gods smiled on me for that attempt. I didn't even have to row after him, he stayed near my boat the whole time.
  15. OK, does anyone have any kind of help to catch this fucker? It seems completely impossible. I can catch any other fish in the game, even the biggest ones up to this point pretty much without any issue. I know to let out the line when it gets tense, and row after the fish when he gets out of range of the maximum line let out. But this fucker is impossible. I've literally tried about 50 times with absolutely zero luck. He snaps the line every single time. No matter what I do. I hold down the release line at the slightest indication of any tension and it still breaks. I've even had it break when he's swimming away not even quickly and there's like.01% tension on the line. It seems like he can swim faster than the line will let out. If he decides to go away in a straight line it's automatic game over. Or he'll swim into the side of the lake, cliffs/beach, etc. and the collision detection will spaz out and the line will snap. Or my personal favorite, he'll swim behind you and since the PSVR can't track behind you, you have to use the click turn, which registers as your pole snapping 90 degrees in a directon, causing the line to break. This game was absolutely one of the best VR experiences I've had up until this. Now I think it's just fucking stupid. Why did they have to spike the difficulty from 2 to 11? I get he's the boss fish, but fucking Demon's souls is ten times easier than this. What the hell am I missing???