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MandA60VISE

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  1. Was interested but never got around to buying and playing it. Now that it's coming to PS4 I might get it sooner than later.
  2. Assuming you don't already own these on other systems: Steins;Gate (visual novel) Lost Dimension (TRPG?) Danganronpa 1, 2, V3 (visual novel, murder mystery) and Ultra Despair Girls (3rd person shooter) Ratchet and Clank, Jax and Dexter, and Sly Cooper trilogies Muramasa Rebirth (2D action platformer)
  3. Originally VLR was only on 3DS and Vita while 999 was only on DS. After ZTD was announced they bundled the two previous games together to finally get 999 on a current gen system plus voice acting. The separate trophy list for VLR will be the same game you'll play in The Nonary Games bundle so you'll essentially get 1.5 platinums for VLR if you play both versions. ZTD is the third and final game in the Zero Escape trilogy and also was originally only on 3DS and Vita then ported to PS4.
  4. 967, I try my best to keep it under 1000.
  5. Do PS2 games go on sale anymore? Would gladly rebuy some of them to get a platinum on it.
  6. Probably the best trophy ever to have as first trophy earned: Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning Streaker You spoke to someone while not wearing clothes. 13th Feb 2014
  7. I'll wait to purchase the game when it's $20 of less (shouldn't be that long) and then wait to even play it until someone's made a guide. I've paid zero attention to the game besides that it's made by Danganronpa team and I have no clue what most of the trophies mean. Once I saw the awful 3D model I knew what to expect from the game. Will be surprised if it gets more than a 70/100.
  8. Vanquish is probably the closest to breaking me. It was a break more like I acknowledged I suck at shooters and gave up on the challenges. I'm surprised I beat the game on hard tbh. Musynx might be abandoned too. I have everything besides 122% on one song. I just can't I got like 121.50%~ and felt hopeless. I've been meaning to try to tape a towel over the bottom of the screen to block the "Exact" and visual cues and just focus on the audio cues but I haven't felt like moving my PS4 to my desk yet.
  9. Uncharted is probably the biggest one for me. I watched my friend play it and had no clue how anyone could find it fun. I don't enjoy shooters but that's practically only a third or half of the game. The two things that really made me dislike what I saw was all the cliff and building climbing. That doesn't look fun, it's just pointing the control stick in a direction and pushing a button, and that's the other half of the game play. What really annoyed me the most though was all the quips everyone needed to vomit up. Shut up, you're aggravating to listen to not funny. I'm also playing through Dragon Quest XI right now (first DQ game) and don't see the appeal. I was not having fun until about 20 hours in and each time I think it's getting better someone says or does something that prevents me from thinking that.
  10. No clue how easy they are (haven't played them yet) but the Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel 1 and 2 are 100+ hours for the platinum each.
  11. 5. Fist of the North Star: Ken's Rage - Boring, awful, slow. Only bought it because it was cheap and I wanted something to do with my hands while watching YouTube. 4. Devil May Cry 2 - Very poorly made game. No weapon variety, no engaging combat, etc most of y'all probably know what's wrong with the game. 3. Persona 5 - Just downright boring all the way through. My first play through was actually for the game but then I wound up having to play through two more fucking times for all the remaining trophies. I couldn't get the Moon guy to send me one of the side quests no matter how hard I tried and how many back up saves I loaded. I'm a long time SMT fan and this game did absolutely nothing for me. My three biggest complaints are boring protagonists and antagonists, easy combat (played on hard), and Morgana. The game gave me a headache playing it and I'm pretty sure it's because of the aesthetics and how much visual noise it has. Subsequent play throughs were atrocious because skip text still feels abysmally slow and pauses each time MC has to make a pointless choice that overall changes nothing in the scene. None of the plot twists caught me by surprise because most of them were blatantly obvious, I even knew who the traitor was right when they told you 10 seconds into the game that there's a traitor. I didn't like the we're so cool attitude MC and the cast seemed to have. All the main cast having absent/dead parents and guardians didn't help anything either because I just stopped giving pity to any of them. There's a lot more I could complain about but let's talk about the one positive thing (Beneath the Mask too): the combat menu. Oh man Atlus that was the best thing you could've done and it better not be a stylistic thing kept only for Persona 5. It should become the norm now for turn based RPGs. Still hate the game. 2. Earth's Dawn - About 6 unique enemies throughout the whole game, only 4 weapon types, and a 30~ hour campaign + 20 hour grind for the platinum. It only costs like $8 for the physical release so that's the only reason I bought it. 1. Zero Time Dilemma - I fucking love 999 and VLR. I was so fucking excited for ZTD. It was one of the biggest let downs in human history. Can't say much without going into spoilers but those who have played the games know what I mean. Just play the first two games and pretend VLR doesn't have a cliffhanger ending. Only reason I have the platinum is it was free on PS+, own all three games on DS/3DS.
  12. Open pre-order for physical copy at both Special Reserve and Limited Run Games (both also have a Switch version). https://specialreservegames.com/collections/the-messenger/products/the-messenger-preorder-ps4 https://limitedrungames.com/products/the-messenger-ps4-preorder?variant=13893203099701 As for the game itself I'm just not interested. I'm just tired out by all these indie 2D platformers. It's been one of my least favorite genres since the Mario days. I'll try Celeste, Hollow Knight, Bloodstained, Salt & Sanctuary, Shovel Knight, and Bomb Chicken eventually but that's about it. Haven't even played a Metroid or Castlevania game. Will get the SotN/RoB collection eventually but I have no interest in 2D Metroid. That being said, I've tried Typoman, Unraveled, Dokuro, and Trine 1 + 2 and didn't really like any of them. I bought Momodora for some reason but who knows if I'll ever play it. I don't know if we count stuff as Muramasa, Odin Sphere, or iCEY as 2D platformers since it's mainly hack-n-slash with barely any platforming. There's a couple others I can't recall that I own/will own and will want to play but they aren't a top priority. Back to The Messenger... a time traveling ninja games looks appealing but I just don't care like I said previously.
  13. Furi and Devil May Cry 1. I used to just be all about JRPGs, turn-based or not. I saw Furi and liked the artstyle and the samples of music I heard so I got the physical edition that Limited Run did. Finally wound up playing it about a year ago and was thinking I was gonna do just the "normal" Furi difficulty. I had such a blast and was doing really well despite the only other hack-n-slash I tried before was Bayonetta and El Shaddai and I wasn't having fun nor was I good at them. As well, played NieR: Automata but only for the story and Yoko Taro, the gameplay was easy and casual friendly on normal difficulty but it's still my 3rd most favorite game ever. I decided I to try the Furier difficulty just to see how far I could get and I surprised myself when I got the platinum. Around the time DMC5 got announced and I wanted something to reenact the fun and rush of plating Furi gave me so I got the DMC HD collection. Playing through DMC 1 on hard and DMD was what brought back the feeling Furi gave. I wound up plating DMC 1-3, just started 4 this Monday, and can't wait to play 5. Went back and platinumed El Shaddai as well and even bought Bloodborne (never thought I'd play a Soulsborne game) and platinumed it as well. Have Metal Gear Rising, Hyper Light Drifter, and the Dark Souls trilogy in my backlog waiting to be attempted (started Hyper Light Drifter but I put it on the back burner due to I dunno). Honestly never thought I'd get into action games and believed I'd be a JRPG baby forever and am surprised at myself at how much I've accomplished with zero background in the genre. I've also started preferring Action-JRPGs to turn-based ones and will one day I'll go back and replay NieR: Automata on hard.
  14. Not at all because some games just have a low trophy percentage because it's a bad game, niche game, or it was free with PS+ at some point. The high percentage just tells me it's usually quick and/or easy but not necessarily bad or bland, I.E. iCEY or Donut County.
  15. https://www.play-asia.com/chocobo-no-fushigi-na-dungeon-every-buddy/13/70catd I believe you're talking about this one? It's Japanese only unfortunately. I haven't a clue why the multi-language is Switch only, getting tired of it to be honest. I own a Switch but still prefer everything I can get be on PS4 for the trophies. Everyone just wants to orgasm over the Switch though. Oh well, I'll buy this digitally for the trophies then just buy the Wii version physically to say I still own the game physically.
  16. In exact order (yes there's a trilogy but it's one whole story and don't want 3 games taking the top spots). #1. Xenosaga trilogy #2. Final Fantasy VI #3. NieR: Automata #4. Xenoblade Chronicles #5. Fragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins of the Moon #6. Final Fantasy VIII #7. Phantasy Star Online: Episode I & II #8. Final Fantasy X-2 #9. NieR #10. Project X Zone 2 edit: No one reads OP just the title but heck VI, VIII, and X-2 are different enough. Here, have a pastebin with my top 72 games instead. https://pastebin.com/RAyYSXE4
  17. Pretty much every game I play I try to get some enjoyment out of. I do look up trophy guides beforehand in case of anything missable. There are some games that stopped being fun before the platinum that I forced myself (Root Letter, Devil May Cry 2, Earth's Dawn) or am still in the process of forcing myself (Asura's Wrath, Ni no Kuni II) to do anyways, wish I could stop. The last 2 games I'd rate my overall enjoyment with as an 8/10+ would be 428: Shibuya Scramble and Devil May Cry 1. Recently did Devil May Cry 3, Rez Infinite, Bastion, Aragami, and The Witness which were all about 6-7/10. Doing Dragon Quest XI (4-5) and God Eater 2 (6-7) right now, both are getting better the more I play. About to start Devil May Cry 4 tomorrow in hopes I can platinum it in a month or two. Cannot wait to start Devil May Cry 5.
  18. Final Fantasy XIII at 4 years, 9 months. I originally played it on a different PS3 that I never bothered to connect to the internet then when I got a new PS3 when Lightning Returns released I heard having saves of XIII and 2 have bonus outfits I just made a save at the beginning of the game. Later in life when I started trying hunting I actually finished the platinum. XIII-2 will probably be my longest platinum when I get it.
  19. It was fine for a few hours but you're limited to 2 weapon types at the beginning. Eventually you'll unlock 2 or 3 more. They all have a big issue that they have a limited set of attacks. That combined with the only about 10 different kinds of enemies to fight was boring. As well, about a third of the game was simply running to the next destination. The platinum sucks because it adds on about 10-20 hours of grinding. Give it a go if your don't care about the platinum and save yourself some time and skip the story, it's basic aliens invade Earth and humans must defend it story. The lack of animations and music for half the game is another gripe from me.
  20. Got Fe, been interested in it ever since I saw it on a a Nintendo direct. Looks to be an easy platinum.
  21. Earth's Dawn, was convinced to try it since I got into 2D hack and slash games but it was bad and I try to have as many games incomplete as possible.
  22. Well at least it's good to hear that it's still coming. Love Vanilla's games.
  23. Oh cool, do you know if it'll be released outside Japan or if it'll have English subs?
  24. Wonder what it means by prologues? I know there's a lot more characters than past Vanilla games. Will they all have a full story or just a prologue each? Vanilla hasn't said much about this game besides, "We're still making it don't worry."
  25. When editing the card deck each different version of the Keyblade cards will have their own individual stats displayed, can't recall what they were off the top of my head. As well, reading the descriptions of the cards will tell you some too.