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  1. :platinum: #137 - Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel [PS4] (+100% Completion)

     

    Round 1.5 completed. Played with Claptrap through the entire game, while I had a little difficulty on my normal playthrough once I found a pretty nice build using an explosive shotgun I breezed through True Vault Hunter mode and had a great time. While it didn't take me much time to find what I was missing the discover the named locations were kinda annoying on this game since the map tended to be fully revealed when just touching the border of the parts that we're still hidden.

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    2. DamagingRob

      DamagingRob

      Wish I could say the same.. Playing on TVHM was awful, and made me really dislike this game. :/ And congrats!

    3. ShonenCat

      ShonenCat

      Congratz! 🎂
    4. TugaSonic

      TugaSonic

      @DamagingRob I understand that though. TVHM in this game scales the levels too quickly compared to 2. I played 2 on the PS3 and now PS4 and I never bothered doing the side-missions in TVHM since I was always on level. But on this one, I first started TVHM as soon as I finished normal and 3 missions in and the main mission was already 3 levels above my current one. Went back to normal to do the DLC and returned, did the main mission since I was on the recommended level and the next one already was 2 levels above me. Had to start doing the side-missions again just to stay on level.

      The only reason I started enjoying TVHM was the build, it's Mr. Torgue approved. My Claptrap was just a walking explosion machine. The first shot of a loaded weapon, explosion. I died, Claptrap explodes and even sends a mini clap that homes on the enemy in front and explodes. Enemies killed would heal me and even explode with a healing wave so even more healing. It was a point that either didn't die or I revived as soon as I died thanks to all those explosions (I think I only died like 3 or 4 times through the entire TVHM playthrough and it was usually because I killed everything around me and died due to DoT damage like corrosion).

       

      @starcrunch061 Willhem is easier to use since he has the robots that protect/heal him while damaging enemies so you don't have to worry that much about his build. Claptrap's skill will fully heal him when activated so it's a life-saver, the drawback is that his skill will do something random that can help or screw you depending on the situation and if you go unlocking every random possibility then it's harder to get what you want (which you might do since you need to see all random effects for a trophy unless you reset his skills). I still find Claptrap OP as hell but only with a right build since when I was just using skill points to unlock the trophy as soon as possible I had a little of a hard time with him, only after finding my current build was he destroying everything in his path. Heck, due to bad luck on my drops I was actually using a level 36 purple explosive shotgun all the way to level 46 when I was able to get another purple explosive shotgun through the grinder and even then I was able to kill everything with 2-3 shots with the former with a 10 level difference.

  2. The button should appear around the box that says the date of the first trophy, the platinum and the gap between them. Here's a screenshot of what shows when I look at your Bioshock Infinite list: If it doesn't show it probably means someone already reported him. For more info about reporting just read the following thread: And like that thread mentions if you're unable to report then simply try to contact someone from the cheater removal team.
  3. Hey, PC Gamers do you love having multiple launchers? Then here's another one presented by Rockstar!

     

     

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    2. Copanele

      Copanele

      I mean considering how easy is to setup stuff on PC...yeah why not xD too bad I finished San Andreas 5 times already, they could pay me and I wouldn't play that game again.

    3. Nighcisama

      Nighcisama

      I rather wait or set sail than having multiple launchers for PC. I even fought against having steam back in the day, so I won't get another launcher, especially since most of them don't give you an actual benefit other than the honor of sharing your data with them, and by the gods I have more than enough accounts and passwords of all kind I have to memorize, no need for more of that. If they want to compete with steam, good for them, but I will have no part in it.

    4. PostalDudeRus

      PostalDudeRus

      R* Launcher made in 2008 after release of GTA IV PC version, which originally came with GFWL.  

      You late on 11 years.

  4. A lot of details are kinda lost since they're either on magazines or only happen on certain scenes in certain paths. For example the whole Connor resurrection, I think it's when Connor remains as a Machine, he's on a rooftop preparing to snipe the rebellion leader but he's interrupted by a swat team. If you fight the team and lose the Swat captain goes to execute Connor and the message "Uploading Memory" appears on the screen. As everyone above stated Connor is special with a constant link to Cyberlife so his resurrection is possible as long as they want. With Alice, I think it's mentioned on magazines that parents would remove the LEDs so the child Androids would look as human as possible. Same with them feeling hunger, cold or sick. The whole reason for their existence was as a way for a future parent to train having a child. A magazine would even reveal that it worked too well with birthrates decreasing since those parents would be happy just having the child android.
  5. On the trailer, it was shown the collector's edition that showed a diorama, on the official website the price is €299.99. My only question is where does the nimbus/cloud coming from?
  6. Don't pay much attention to things like trophy list so I might be wrong but doesn't Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition and Bloodborne GOTY have the DLC and patches already on the disk and both use the same trophy list from the main game?
  7. Get ready for some Kart racing people. Also, a new trailer showing gameplay:
  8. Bandai Namco has revealed a new trailer that teases the Buu Arc in the next Dragon Ball Z game. As was revealed earlier the trailer also confirms the release date of January 17th in Europe and America with Japan receiving the game one day earlier on January 16th.
  9. These are the Vita games added today: Name Price Secret Of Mana PSVita 14,99 € 29,99 € Romancing Saga 2 PSVita 18,74 € 24,99 € World Of Final Fantasy PSVita 19,99 € 39,99 € Dragon Quest Builders PSVita 19,99 € 39,99 € Adventures Of Mana PSVita 4,99 € 9,99 € Aegis Of Earth: Protonovus Assault PS4, PS3, PSVita 7,99 € 19,99 € Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster PSVita 12,49 € 24,99 € Final Fantasy III PSVita, PSP 4,99 € 9,99 € Space Invaders Extreme PSVita, PSP 4,99 € 9,99 € Army Corps Of Hell PSVita 4,99 € 9,99 € Final Fantasy II PSVita, PSP 4,99 € 9,99 € Final Fantasy IV: Complete Collection PSVita, PSP 7,49 € 14,99 € Dissidia Duodecim Prologus PSVita, PSP 0,74 € 1,49 € Final Fantasy VI PS3, PSVita, PSP 4,99 € 9,99 € Dissidia 012[Duodecim] Final Fantasy PSVita, PSP 4,99 € 9,99 € Lord Of Arcana PSVita, PSP 4,99 € 9,99 € Final Fantasy PSVita, PSP 4,99 € 9,99 € Final Fantasy Tactics: War Of Lions PSVita, PSP 4,99 € 9,99 € Final Fantasy V PS3, PSVita, PSP 4,99 € 9,99 € Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together PSVita, PSP 4,99 € 9,99 € Front Mission 3 PS3, PSVita, PSP 2,99 € 5,99 € Crystal Defenders [Psp] PSVita, PSP 4,99 € 9,99 € Final Fantasy VIII PS3, PSVita, PSP 4,99 € 9,99 € Final Fantasy IX PS3, PSVita, PSP 4,99 € 9,99 € Dissidia Final Fantasy PSVita, PSP 4,99 € 9,99 € Final Fantasy VII PS3, PSVita, PSP 4,99 € 9,99 € If you want to check what PS3 and Vita games are on sale I'd recommend you check out this site: https://psprices.com/
  10. The answer is no. From my knowledge, the only way to run games from external would be if you used CFW. You can change the internal HDD if it fits, I'm not sure but I think the maximum size is 1TB with 2TB being hit or miss (some reports they worked but others say they don't). Just a reminder that if you plan on changing the HDD remember to sync your trophies and back up any save files you want to stay.
  11. :platinum: #136 - Borderlands 2 [PS4] (+100% Completion)

     

    Played the PS3 version as the Assassin since I prefer to use Snipers and stealth but had a mix experience on it. When I got a good weapon I enjoyed playing but then after 5-7 levels, that weapon started to become too weak to help then I started to have a bad time since I would die every 10 seconds when fighting hordes of enemies. This time started a new game using the Gunzerker and I enjoyed playing with him from start to finish solo (guess I prefer the guns blazing approach).

     

    The new DLC was enjoyable although I felt that the plant enemies were too bullet spongy since I had a hard time killing some of them, although I'll admit that one reason for that is that by the time I started the DLC my character was already level 40 using level 35 weapons (best I got from playing the previous DLCs) and the game was throwing me level 40 enemies due to my level.

     

    Also, don't know if it was the kid inside me getting out but I laughed a lot when I realized what Tina meant when she read the mission objective after the Arsenal Boss fight in the DLC:

     

    Spoiler

    The screenshot is from a youtube video since I didn't take one at the time

     

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    Up next, I guess I'll try the Pre-Sequel.

  12. The thing with online trophies is that there are a lot of people that enjoy it a lot more than the single-player so you can have cases where the online are less rare even if the requirements are brutal. For example, you play TLOU online with randoms and you'll spot a lot of people with things like rank 200+ which means they played a lot more matches than needed to finish two journeys, of course having a high rank doesn't mean they finished two complete journeys since they have the 100% risk missions to screw it up but still it shows people can enjoy something that you might hate or find annoying/frustrating. For me, I don't notice the rarity that much so there might be a lot of lists where the rarest trophy wasn't the one I found most difficult but one I remember is Dishonored (PS3) where the rarest trophy is the one to cause 5 unintentional suicides which I find surprising when you have trophies that require things like finishing the game without killing anyone, killing only the main targets, not triggering alarms, etc.
  13. If it follows the main story it should go after the time skip considering the trailer shows the guild as a wooden house and Lucy using Uranus Metria with Gemini that, from what I remember, the first time it happens is during the tournament. Also for those that don't know GUST are the developers of the Atelier series.
  14. For those interested the Season Pass for Batman: Arkham Knight is on sale in the EU PSN Store until September 18th. The discount is 70% off so the season pass is around €5,99/£4.79 Season Pass Link