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  1. 95% as a stretch goal, Come on you got it!
  2. Yes! Super Meat Boy?
  3. I have faith that you can become the master don't give up
  4. Update 15: The Platinum Panel and KH3 Re:Mind I've implemented a rating scale for entertainment and difficulty which is loosely based on Jello Apocalypse from Youtube. Hopefully by using this I can avoid having to repeat myself in each review XD. The Enjoyment Scale 1: An absolutely boring video game. There is no reason to play it 2. The game offers very little, but it has at least something that I found interesting. 3. The game is bad. It has some interesting ideas but they are poorly executed. 4. The game is below average. I'm not mad that I played it, but I might be mad at how much I spent on it. 5. An average video game. The game is entertaining but has a lot of uninteresting moments or gameplay issues. 6. An above average video game. I am entertained throughout even if the game has some flaws. 7. A Good Video Game, one that you may recommend to others with some caveats. 8. A very good video game, may have some minor flaws, but one that you would recommend to fans of the Genre 9. A Great video game. One that is enjoyed throughout. One that you would recommend to anyone. 10. A phenomenal video game. One that you cannot put down for the entirety of your playtime. One that you think is a must play. A negative score: An ironically enjoyable videogame. Think it's so bad it's good. The Difficulty Scale 1. A very easy videogame. Playing through the game is enough for the platinum and there is very little or no challenging aspects. 2. You must do a couple extra thing or there are things that may take 2 or 3 tries to get. 3. An easy video game. You cannot get the trophies by just playing through the game normally. 4. A below average difficulty game. You may need to look at a trophy guide for some of the trophies. 5. An average difficulty game. The game may require you to beat it at higher difficulties or beat extra "super bosses" etc. 6. An above average difficulty game. There are some legitimately tough moments, but basically anyone can do it without to much trouble. 7. A game where you will likely die or fail a bit, there a quite a few moments that are tough 8. A Hard video game: one where there a lot of tough moments and completing them will require you to be pretty good at the game. 9. A very hard video game. Basically all moments are tough from the word go. Will require a bit of perseverance to complete even if you are pretty good at the game. 10. An extremely hard video game. One where you don't quite think its possible to complete but you're going to try anyway. Will require a lot of time and patience. As for an update. KH3 Re: Mind DLC is taking longer than I thought it would (shocker, TC literally everything takes longer than you think it will XD) but were slowly grinding through our "risk taker" playthrough. The game is certainly a lot harder, but it feels like fake difficulty where the bosses can one shot you (not the inherent problem) and also you do so little damage that it takes 10 minutes of mashing X to finally kill a boss (the problem) I can imagine its going to get a lot more difficult when we hit fights that were tough anyway. I know theres a way to basically grind around it, but I really don't want to spend 30 extra hours on just killing the same monsters over and over so that I can spend two hours to fight the extra bosses rather than 10. We'll see how long it ends up being.
  5. Cracked 90% this month which is kind of cool. Finally getting around to clearing out some of the games that have sat on my profile incomplete for over a year O.o. Uncharted 4 is finally done and I'm working on the KH3 DLC which is taking forever since it basically requires you to play through the game a full extra time, but I'm still having a good time with it. Looking to end the month over 91% and make the push for the 95% by the end of the year. Either way lets all keep moving.
  6. Quick question about the ACs if I were only going to play 1 or 2 (maybe 3 max since I know there are several "bundles") which ones would I be best off playing as far as enjoying the games the most, but also having some idea of whats happening in the plot?
  7. Whats Completed What We're Working On For Later Reference
  8. Number 44 Uncharted 4: A Thief's End Enjoyment 8/10 Difficulty 7/10 After more than a year, I finally got around to coming back and picking up Uncharted 4 from my backlog and I have to say... I was impressed. The game is a lot of fun, the characters were and are very engaging, and the story to find Avery's treasure was entertaining. The game has some great set pieces, especially being pulled along from the back of the Truck, Scotland, and without giving away to much, the city. From a gameplay perspective everything felt really smooth (other than the crash bandicoot controls, but that's nitpicking) and I rarely felt that I died because Drake didn't do what I told him too. In fact, I often died because drake did exactly what I told him to where I'd walk to an edge with the intention of dropping down by hitting circle. Only to walk over the ledge and immediately let go because I hit the circle button. The game is very solid technically with few bugs and a lot of polish. The cheats were a nice touch as well to be able to use your favorite weapons in subsequent playthroughs and also giving you a reason to go out of your way to get the treasures. If I had to nitpick, there are some sections of the game where you have to wait on your partner in order to proceed and that's kind of frustrating and again leads into the next thing I have to whine about which is the move speed. I feel like the game desperately needed a run button. Drake just moves soooooo slowly. If these were the only things, the game would for sure get a 9/10, but where it loses another point is the survival multiplayer. To be honest, I think the mode is generally entertaining which is why I didn't dock it to much, but it is obviously designed to be a pay to win situation. In order to defeat the bosses in the set time limit almost requires one exploiting glitches (which by the way requires items that you don't naturally unlock and need to buy with either actual dollars or virtual ones at random...), requires you to have an extremely good team and get a bit lucky, or requires you to buy instant revives so that your team can keep pumping out damage. The trophies for the main game are really good. Beat the game on the "hardest" difficulty, a speedrun which can be cheesed but shouldn't be to bad legitimately. Several Miscellaneous things that can be done using the chapter select feature and good ol' get all the collectibles. The difficulty again comes almost exclusively from the multiplayer, but if you get to level 50 and do the cheese for the bosses it isn't all that terrible. If you exclude the survival mode though, I think the game goes to a 9/10 enjoyment and a 4/10 difficulty. Either way definitely worth a look. ~TC
  9. Update 14 Uncharted 4: A Thief's End Enjoyment 8/10 Difficulty 7/10 After more than a year, I finally got around to coming back and picking up Uncharted 4 from my backlog and I have to say... I was impressed. The game is a lot of fun, the characters were and are very engaging, and the story to find Avery's treasure was entertaining. The game has some great set pieces, especially being pulled along from the back of the Truck, Scotland, and without giving away to much, the city. From a gameplay perspective everything felt really smooth (other than the crash bandicoot controls, but that's nitpicking) and I rarely felt that I died because Drake didn't do what I told him too. In fact, I often died because drake did exactly what I told him to where I'd walk to an edge with the intention of dropping down by hitting circle. Only to walk over the ledge and immediately let go because I hit the circle button. The game is very solid technically with few bugs and a lot of polish. The cheats were a nice touch as well to be able to use your favorite weapons in subsequent playthroughs and also giving you a reason to go out of your way to get the treasures. If I had to nitpick, there are some sections of the game where you have to wait on your partner in order to proceed and that's kind of frustrating and again leads into the next thing I have to whine about which is the move speed. I feel like the game desperately needed a run button. Drake just moves soooooo slowly. If these were the only things, the game would for sure get a 9/10, but where it loses another point is the survival multiplayer. To be honest, I think the mode is generally entertaining which is why I didn't dock it to much, but it is obviously designed to be a pay to win situation. In order to defeat the bosses in the set time limit almost requires one exploiting glitches (which by the way requires items that you don't naturally unlock and need to buy with either actual dollars or virtual ones at random...), requires you to have an extremely good team and get a bit lucky, or requires you to buy instant revives so that your team can keep pumping out damage. The trophies for the main game are really good. Beat the game on the "hardest" difficulty, a speedrun which can be cheesed but shouldn't be to bad legitimately. Several Miscellaneous things that can be done using the chapter select feature and good ol' get all the collectibles. The difficulty again comes almost exclusively from the multiplayer, but if you get to level 50 and do the cheese for the bosses it isn't all that terrible. If you exclude the survival mode though, I think the game goes to a 9/10 enjoyment and a 4/10 difficulty. Either way definitely worth a look. ~TC
  10. So I have finished uncharted 4 and I'm pretty sure it counts for the challenge? By completing this game you would end up with - Criminal Trespass x3 - Break and Enter x3 - Accomplice to Second Degree Murder - Prison Escape - Bribing a law officer (which I'm pretty sure is a crime?) - Speeding - Criminal Destruction of Property (lots of counts) - Unauthorized use of military grade munitions - Manslaughter x1000 minimum. - Grand Theft - Lying to your wife (which isn't a crime, but feels like it should count) If it counts then its also -All DLC for the Game -First Trophy a Year Ago
  11. But Cass, everything is always in the last place you search
  12. Yes. I can give one example for a small game, but I would suppose there are a few more. N++ used to require you to beat every episode in, solo, solo legacy, coop, and legacy coop, for the "achieve enlightenment" trophy. I little bit into the games release it was changed to where you "only" have to beat all the solo and solo legacy episodes.
  13. I'm In. 1. Everybody's Golf (0%) 2. Cuphead (0%) 3. Ni No Kuni (0%) 4. Mass Effect: Andromeda (1%) 5. Kingdom Come: Deliverence (28%) Gonna be a tough list, so I am going to start with just 5. Thanks for hosting Midnight
  14. Full Disclosure, I've played through Kingdom Come, but haven't done the stuff for the platinum as of now. What Kingdom Come does well it does really well. It is (mostly) historically accurate RPG that is clear a lot of thought and time went into. The story is good, but what I enjoy the most is how little the world cares about your character. In Skyrim and similar games, often pretty early on you turn out to be some hero fated to save the world. Whether youre the dragonborn the emperor's escape route goes through your cell or you are gifted with the ability to enter a tv set and fight with incarnations of devils your actions are what the game bends around. Here the world could care less about you. You are a peasant and are mostly treated as such. Shop keeps will look down on you if your dirty or smell, quest givers will just leave if you make them wait to long, you have to eat, you can't even read to start off. Its a really immersive experience. The combat is polarizing. Generally you either love it or hate it. It tries its best to mimic the ages sword play and does that to moderate success. Even still it can be admittedly frustrating when Henry swings his sword in a way you don't want him too and you get cut down and die. But you don't have to do combat if you don't really want to (with a few exceptions) and thats part of the fun. The downsides of the game are the save system, the bugs, and the trophies. The save system in and of itself isn't completely terrible. The game will save anytime you sleep in a bed, at certain "check points" at lower difficulties, or use a specific potion that will save the game manually. Its basically to prevent save scumming, but in reality it just turns into a logistical nightmare when you have other responsibilities especially since some quests can just outright fail if you try to leave the game running. While you run an errand or some such. The game has largely been updated and the bugs aren't nearly as bad as they were on release, but you can still get some pop in, and other weird occurrences. The Trophies are obnoxious as well. Many of them lock out others so that it requires multiple playthroughs of this rather long winded game. For example, there are trophies for killing 200 people, but also a trophy for killing no one. One for completing certain quest lines that end in sex and one for not having sex, etc. You get the idea. I feel like this detracts from the games real strength, the immersion, and kinda forces you to play through the game a certain way if you want to be efficient with trophies. I played through it blind and loved it, but if you insist on doing the game all at once, I imagine you will be hearing Henry's quips in your sleep. ~TC
  15. As poster above said, diamond is rough, but double gold is really doable in about an hour of time, maybe a little more as you first start out and it shaves a literal month off doing challenges if you get double gold every day and on the weeklys.