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About BCarsonElite

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  1. there's nothing I'm more excited for this year, but it's been forever since we've had a specific release window and even that was done away with :/ Honestly, I'm starting to develop an "I'll believe it when I see it" mindset
  2. Dead Cells, Hollow Knight, Enter the Gungeon, Hotline Miami, The Binding of Isaac, Bastion, Transistor, Furi, Hyper Light Drifter, Moonlighter, Stardew Valley, Limbo, Inside, Little Nightmares, Journey, Gone Home, What Remains of Edith Finch, Firewatch, The Vanishing of Ethan Carter, Axiom Verge, The Messenger, Owlboy, The Witness, etc. All are pretty well received indie titles that I hear a lot of good things about, or have fallen in love with myself
  3. @A1rPun I'd say you've already done the lion's share of the work. If you managed to beat Hard Mode, then you definitely know your way around the enemies and levels. Simply stringing kills together is all you need to do for the Normal A+ run and it shouldn't be too difficult as your final step
  4. I only keep the Platinum trophy screenshots just because I like to look back on them, but the notion of keeping them for specific uses (ie proof) is fascinating; using them against people who seek to call your trophies illegitimate is a good a reason as any
  5. For newcomers, I'd honestly give the tip to grind kills on Chapter 17 for 15-20 minutes every time you have to play this chapter which would save you 2 hours of straight grinding as the last trophy you need. It's not as bad as Black Ops III grinding but damn is it repetitive and exhausting. I wish I put some effort into this trophy before devoting so much time to it as it's the last thing I need for the plat and most likely will be the last thing you need as well. So, save yourself a lot of trouble by giving yourself a little bit of trouble, 15 minutes at a time.
  6. After the Normal A+ run, I've found that Hard mode isn't too bad. Most of the levels took me about the same time to beat as they did on my first Normal run, with the exception of a few that took less time since I mastered the strategies. It is a pain in the ass at times, though
  7. Hellblade, my dude. It's a 6-7 hour platinum, all in one single playthrough. Just make sure you get the "collectibles" and you'll be done in no time. Also, it's a damn fine game. I'd also throw in Hollow Knight but it's a long journey and a painful process even at just one playthrough
  8. Very few things have been as tedious as Camo Farming in Black Ops III. Literally, 8-10 hours of repetitive killing for the various Decorations and Camos. bleh
  9. Alien Isolation wasn't "hard" per se, but it was a bitch and a half in every way to Plat. It makes me never want to play the game again, and it's been like 5-6 months of me feeling the same way. As far as pure difficulty goes, though, I'd say Celeste if you didn't use the assist mode. Yeah, Celeste easily. That would have taken weeks of pure struggle
  10. honestly I hadn't even considered the possibility of share-play unlocking this trophy. definitely not going to, but it's fascinating that it's a possibility
  11. I didn't talk to a single scout all game, the first thing i did was buy the maps. I still got the trophy by talking to people, like the ones that give side quests. I'm not sure who all counts as a "scout" but I didn't even know there were scouts in this game and I still have the trophy
  12. This year (so far), I'm trying to get through games that have been on my "shelf" for a looong time. I just platinumed Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor/War... with the ultimate goal of being in the mood for The Witcher 3 right afterward. So, after FCNew Dawn, I'm going to finally get into and 100%... The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Assassin's Creed II " Brotherhood " Revelations " III Remastered " IV Black Flag " Rogue Remastered " Unity " Syndicate " Origins " Odyssey And I'm not going to try to plan after that because it'll most definitely change when I get to the end of AC. If I'm still in the mood for a period-piece action game, Bloodborne. If I'm not, maybe NFS haha. Who knows
  13. Sort of a non sequitur there; if Sony, Samsung and Panasonic all published blu-ray exclusives that could only be watched on their screens then that would be one thing, but a television is just a way to view content.
  14. yeah this is what's keeping me from getting that platinum. it took around 3 days for me to master Pure Vessel and beat Pantheon 4. Now, NKG is my main problem but it's been a little while since I've tried so maybe I've started to remember what he was like instead of my expectations of what he would be like. Might be easier now
  15. I've recently found myself struggling to find the motivation to play games on other consoles that I have (N64, 360, PC, DS). GoldenEye 64, Gears of War, Bowser's Inside Story, etc. and a bunch of other acclaimed games on other platforms that I don't feel like playing because I like having everything in one place. I want to be able to log onto one website and see all of my progress, PSNProfiles has been my go-to but I can't do that with Xbox and Nintendo as well. Recently, I noticed this again when trophy hunting in Far Cry New Dawn and heard about a Splinter Cell easter egg. I have all 6 splinter cell games on the Xbox and 360 and because of that, I still haven't played them. Should I wait and hope for PS5 full backwards compatibility in order to purchase and play them all there, and have them on one console? Or should I quit complaining and just play the games on other consoles, even if I'll most likely end up beating them again on PS5 if that happens...? Not really looking for anything in particular, just comments from people who may have had similar thoughts and what they decided to do