ZitMeatloaf

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  1. What are some of your favorite video game soundtracks? Regarding the leg full of random shit, did you tattoo yourself? Care to share the most random/weird/regretful thing on your leg?
  2. Just to be clear, I'm referring to the license expiration date you see in your personal game library; if a game is leaving the subscription service entirely by a certain date, it should indicate this on the store page (this hasn't always happened). I assumed you were referring to the license expiration date as seen in your own game library.
  3. You'll be able to play the games as long as your subscription is current and the games are available in the service. The two week license time is there because you "purchased" the games through a subscription service (I think PS plus games have always done this). In two weeks time the expiration date will be set another two weeks into the future, the system does this so it can cut off access to the games once a subscription ends.
  4. The same thing happens on PS5. You'd think Sony would make sure searches work properly when their customers are actively looking for a game they want to buy, but apparently not Anyway, as HuntingFever mentioned the webstore is better. The phone app works much better as well, personally I find that to be the most convenient way to buy games if my console insists it can't find them.
  5. Do the dates and timestamps give you any clues? Fallout and TLOU have activity within a couple days of each other in November of 2020. Does the timeframe help jog any memories?
  6. Does your bf (or anyone else at his household) play Injustice 2, Fallout 4, or TLOU2? The simplest answer is that after you signed in a different console, you never signed out and someone else played on your account. From your post it sounds like you're active on at least 3 different PS4's; are there any more?
  7. Are we taking bets on what the third game will be called? Obviously it will be named Final Fantasy VII Re-something.... Final Fantasy VII Resolve was the first thing that came to mind for me.
  8. "Mode 7" is my favorite trophy by far. Old gamers, unite!
  9. Streaming content can be shared as well. When the primary account holder streams a game for the first time, it will create a game icon on the home screen. Other accounts can then stream the game from the home screen afterwards. My son and I do this when he finds a PS3 game he wants to play and it works for him even though he doesn't have PS Plus and never had PS Now when the two services were separate. However, our accounts are both from the same country. @nejyk I don't know if your Polish and Ukrainian accounts both fall under the Europe umbrella and therefore it will work for you, or it may not work because the two accounts are from different countries. I can't answer that part.
  10. #101 - Immortals Fenyx Rising "The End" Difficulty: 3/10 Enjoyment: 7.5/10 This game clearly draws heavy "inspiration" from Breath of the Wild. A glide mechanic is the main way of getting around, you can climb anything you want, there are vaults instead of shrines, oh yeah you can't climb anything you want while in the vaults... sounds an awful lot like BotW to me. But if you're going to imitate a game you could pick far worse games to mimic than BotW, and as a result it's still a lot of fun. #102 - A Short Hike "Vacation Maximized" Difficulty: 3.5/10 Enjoyment: 7.5/10 This adorable little game has more stuffed into it than you might think at first glance. Still not a long game by any means, but there's a lot here in a small package. The boat races are the only activities which may cause a bit of frustration, and finding all of the collectibles is a little annoying even if you're using a map. #103 - Ratchet & Clank 3: Up Your Arsenal "Hero of the Galaxy" Difficulty: 3/10 Enjoyment: 8/10 Rounding out the original trilogy on PS3, this one felt a bit grindier than the first two games. You can see them starting to really experiment with wackier weapons. Classic fun. #104 - SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom "Neptune's Spatula" Difficulty: 2.5/10 Enjoyment: 6.5/10 This was my first significant exposure to anything SpongeBob related. Pretty good old time 3D platformer, pretty good humor, nothing too difficult standing in your way. #105 - Darksiders "BFA" Difficulty: 5.5/10 Enjoyment: 7.5/10 I bought this game waaay back in 2010, played it once and for whatever reason I never picked it up again.... until now!! I'm making slow but steady progress at knocking out the PS3 backlog and decided to try this one again. If you like the old God of War games, you'll enjoy this. I decided to play on apocalyptic difficulty right away to avoid a second playthough; if you play on an easier difficulty first and do a second playthrough on apocalyptic with the Abyssal armor, the difficulty would probably drop to a 4 or lower. My new longest time to completion platinum at 11 years, 6 months, and 2 weeks. I kinda doubt I'll have any plats with a longer time than that. So, hooray?
  11. We're lucky Sony allows us to even sign in and sync trophies from the PS3...
  12. That sounds right, I think a limited number were pressed and included with Twilight Princess special editions.
  13. I still need to play Majora's Mask, that one feels like a significant hole in my gaming resume. I have the Gamecube version and a Wii, so no excuse not to play it!
  14. Yeah now I remember seeing this in the stores back at the time of release, but I never bought it for whatever reason. Probably due to having a very limited budget 😜.
  15. Oooooh, great mention of Monument Valley! I played that on my Kindle, definitely the best tablet game I've ever played. I thought of Chrono Trigger, but I think it was released on PS1 as part of a Final Fantasy collection?