Alderriz

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  1. #6 - RATCHET & CLANK: A CRACK IN TIME The Lombax Triumphant A fun game and a good platinum. A Crack in Time is now my 2nd favourite Ratchet & Clank game behind R&C 3. It feels like they had learned a lot after Tools of Destruction and slightly improved in every aspect which is enough for it to be great. This game has a better story, better gameplay mechanics, more places to explore. I liked the jokes and referenses, the Clank levels, the new weapons. And overall just enjoyed my time with the game. One thing to point out about the trophy list - you have to beat the game on hard and do a Challenge Mode playthrough which are two different things. It means that if you start your first playthrough on medium difficulty you have to beat the game 3 times. I didn't read the guide (it says it is recommended to start on hard), so i had to do exactly that. Still had fun all three times, though. And you can complete the Challenge Mode in about 6 hours. Next up: Ratchet & Clank: Nexus.
  2. Burnout 3: Takedown and Burnout: Revenge. I like Paradise but these two games just need to come back. I'll take them in any form. They are my favourite racing games of all time. Also Persona 3 and 4.
  3. 191. I've only played 17 games, though. Most of those trophies will stay unearned, I think. Won't be able to get the Game of Thrones ones since the game is no longer available to buy (I played the first episode which was free). Most of the other games I don't want to return to. My goal is to keep the number under 200 till the end of 2019. I'm planning on 100%-ing the 2 remaining Ratchet & Clank games on my list. Don't know how it will go after that. But I will revisit this post at the end of december to see how I did 😄
  4. Playable: Jill Valentine (RE1, RE3) Claire Redfield (RE2, RE: Code Veronica) Non-playable: Definitely The Boss (MGS3)
  5. The same thing happened to me today. I googled this problem and this thread was the first result Just wanted to say the thread was helpful.
  6. Bought my PS3 with The Ratchet & Clank Trilogy and nothing else. The first game I played was R&C 3, I think. The next disc I bought was The Jak & Daxter Trilogy, lol. So basically, I bought a PS3, but was playing remastered PS2 games for the next 6 months or so. 😁
  7. Sony made the console. Nazis didn't make the films. Unless you're talking about propaganda ones. Big difference. It should be like this: Company - console Studio - movie
  8. But it was different, wasn't it? So if TLOU 1 came out on PS4, it would count as a new IP? I don't think they need to stop after 1 game only because it started on the previous generation (at the end of it). Tomb Raider and Resident Evil are not exclusives, though. Not a 100% fair comparison. I'd list Jak games. Also a series with 3rd person camera and open world. Yet, it's a lot different. Even the games in the series themselves were different enough, especially 2 compared to 1. In general, IMO, this gen has too many 3rd-person open-world games among big exclusives and more to come soon. Examples being: Uncharted jumping from linear to open-world (kinda) Guerrilla jumping from FPS (Killzone) to TPS (Horizon) Insomniac not doing FPS anymore (Resistance) and focusing on 3rd-person games (Ratchet and Spider-Man) with Spider-man also being a sandbox Kojima making Death Stranding an open-world Days Gone being an open-world TPS If you look at each case individually, it makes sense. But when you realise it all happened at the same time, you see a problem. I agree with people above who said it's more of an industry trend. I can once again bring up Kojima as example. He also made a jump from linear locations in older MGS games to open world in MGS TPP (multiplatform). And once again with Insomniac: Sunset Overdrive is a 3rd-person sandbox (XBOX One console excusve). So yeah, I thing Sony just happened to be caught in the trend the most. And I don't know what they could do really. They would't say to a studio pitching another TPS "No, we have too many of those, go make something different", I guess.
  9. Funny thing is, it probably was supposed to be a trophy for getting 100.000 bolts. The trophy icon says "100k". This explains so much.
  10. City of Light Runner Run between the Fertile Grounds in the Tower of Ahriman and City of Light in 7 minutes. There are 4 speedrun trophies in this game. At first I didn't want to do these and moved on to other games. Months later I decided to try one and realised they were really easy. They all took like 2-3 tries (because of me falling and loading back to the start) with no guides. I just used the in-game compass and timer on my phone. The last one was so easy, I was done with 3 extra minutes left.
  11. In no order: Burnout 3 Metal Gear Solid 3 Crash Bandicoot 2 (PS1) Spyro 2 (PS1) Ratchet & Clank 3 Resident Evil 2 Silent Hill 2 Pac-Man GTA: San Andreas Mirror's Edge Without 1 game per series limit my list would have been very different 😅