HoorayForTyler

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  1. As the title suggests, post your fastest 100% record for a game you’ve completed on your profile—or if you hold multiple records across multiple games, feel free to post them all! I thought it’d be interesting to get other speed runners to come together to discuss and show off their fastest 100% records and explain why the records might mean something to them. Feel free to bring up what drove you to get the record(s), whether or not it was intentional, the process you went through to get the record(s) for your game(s), etc. You can also return back to comment new records you obtain! 🤟 Some of my personal fastest 100% records include: • Astro’s Playroom (100% in 1 hour 6 minutes): Probably one of the best free games I’ve ever played. I had so much fun learning the levels, figuring out where all of the collectibles were, etc. It took me a few days of practice to get my route down, but I had a blast all the way through. I could have improved my times for the ‘Run Astro Run!’ trophy also, but I’m still happy overall. • BioShock PS3 (100% in 3 hours 31 minutes): My all time favorite game. I have probably beaten this game well over 200 times and still play it to this day. I know this game’s level layouts so well that I can map them out in my head. Being able to get the fastest 100% in this game legit with no difficulty glitches whatsoever is something I’m very proud of. The only thing that killed my runs was unlucky Big Daddy fights or trying to get the jackpot in Fort Frolic (you can either get it instantly, or you’re sitting there for a good 10+ minutes with no luck). I also hold the record for the PS4 version. • BioShock 2 PS3 (100% in 1 day 5 hours): Another case of me having a great understanding of the multiplayer and single player aspects of the game. I obtained every multiplayer trophy in just under 15 hours and proceeded to the single player, then to the DLCs. The game itself is such a fun time and when the multiplayer was actually populated you could surely expect a unique experience. I also hold the record for the PS4 version. • Bloodborne (100% in 2 hours 39 minutes): It took weeks of planning to get this time. I knew if I practiced the fights enough I could pull off the record too. I would say the hardest parts were some of the chalice dungeon fights, but overall if you know how to read each boss’s move sets, you’ve already won. One thing that irritates me to this day is that this time could have been 20 minutes shorter, but I couldn’t connect to the servers to get the chalice dungeon with the Pthumerian Queen 😡. I’m still quite happy with this time overall. • Borderlands: GOTY Edition PS4 (100% in 1 day 57 minutes): I think I can speak for many gamers when I say this game was an absolute blast back on the PS3, so when I found out they had a remastered version released on the PS4, I had to hop on it fast. I played through the game from start to finish with no breaks, quest after quest. I didn’t even stop to rest from the boring, repetitive coliseums. Another daunting part was collecting all of those miscellaneous items in Claptrap’s New Robot Revolution for the final few trophies (if you’re smart, you’ll load up your save from the PS3 version to auto pop those trophies—which I didn’t do). • Dead Space (100% in 8 hours 6 minutes): I had such a great time from start to finish during my run for this game. If you know how to use the weapons properly and memorize enemy spawns, you can fly through this game with ease (given you don’t let the jump scares get to you 😉). I plan on doing 100% speedruns for the 2nd and 3rd games soon! • Destroy All Humans! (100% in 4 hours 38 minutes): One of my all time favorites. My brother and I played the DAH games back in the PS2 days almost religiously and would practically fight each other to take turns playing. When they ported the games onto the PS4, I knew I was going to at least attempt to get a fast 100% time for the games. The only daunting part was probably farming for 50,000 DNA at the end of my run, but even then the game is super short and a lot of fun. • Destroy All Humans! 2 (100% in 7 hours 14 minutes): A lot lengthier than the first game for sure, and I love DAH! 2 a little bit more for that exact reason. The only “difficult” part of the run was probably trying to remember where all of the furotech cells/artifacts were located. I surely needed a guide for a lot of them, even during my run. • Destroy All Humans! Remake (100% in 3 hours 48 minutes): Didn’t take me very long to get a handle on the game before I started doing 100% runs; the only difficult parts were some of the challenges, but with enough practice they’re all pretty easy. Such a great remake and I cannot wait for the second game to get one. • Fallout 3 (100% in 12 hours 52 minutes): Nothing in this game is particularly difficult, but needing to find 30 Nuka-cola Quantums and all of the crafting materials for the schematic weapons on the way to quests/locations proved to be an interesting task. I was so dedicated to getting all of the trophies for this game asap on the PS3 that I developed my own personal notes and route for the run over months and months of gameplay and testing—I did the same exact thing for Fallout: New Vegas. Still waiting for remakes to this day... • Fallout: New Vegas (100% in 12 hours 30 minutes): My favorite out of the 2 Fallout games on PS3. Only “challenging” parts of the run were probably getting 30 caravan wins in a record time and planning out the endings/where to save and reload as to not waste time. The Hardcore run is also super easy and can be done in less than an hour, which I completed last. Very proud of my time for this game, although I could probably improve it. • Rage (100% in 23 hours 46 minutes): Phew, what a ride this game was. From having to collect every single playing card, to beating the game on Ultra Nightmare difficulty...it was such a blast to get through this game with a pretty decent completion time. I did it all within one playthrough on the hardest difficulty, so it wasn’t easy getting through most sections while also needing to be super quick. I think this time could have been quicker, but I’d probably never attempt it again. • Wolfenstein 2009 (100% in 12 hours 30 minutes): I played through this game’s campaign so many times when I was younger and had a very clear understanding of how the multiplayer worked before attempting my run; I also remembered where nearly every collectible was in the campaign by memory minus a handful and played it on the hardest difficulty as to not have to play the through it a second time. I’m very proud of not just my record, but also the platinum in general as this game gives me a nostalgia rush every time I play it. Thanks for reading, and I hope to see more people comment their records soon! 🤝
  2. I used to do streams of my all trophies speedrun on Twitch! As a matter of fact when I compete another run in the future (love doing them for fun), I can link you the run so you can see how I get things done 😎🤙 It took a lot of play time and repeated playthroughs to develop the route I made, and playing it all on Survivor makes it all the more interesting too! For Worlds of Hurt, if you go through the rooms in a very specific order while also buying certain tonics/plasmids it can be quite easy to get through them quick on Normal difficulty while only using the wrench and plasmids, but you just mainly have the watch out for the last room (big daddies) bc you can die in a heartbeat.
  3. No, the glitch you’re referring to does not work on the PS3 version of BioShock.
  4. Those are some very nice records man, kudos! Especially for Deus Ex and Fallen Order, very nice work! I’m sure a lot of your records took a lot of planning beforehand too.
  5. I think you missed the part where I said “if someone—”, not “if you—”. And using the hidden feature to log finished games makes sense, but is still quite silly. I was more touching on the fact that it’s a great tool for cheaters to use, especially with the 3 strike rule here on PSNProfiles. And I also think that people shouldn’t have the ability to hide a game they “never started”...they landed on the profile for a reason. It’s great having opinions though isn’t it?
  6. But you’re hiding them from everyone else...? Why hide them? If someone is hiding their games, I’d automatically assume they’re ashamed to show them on their profile, or they cheated in the game. Any other reason would make absolutely no sense.
  7. Trophy stacks are one thing due to region differences, and I can’t say anything on that matter personally as I stack games if I enjoy them enough. But hiding trophies is probably one of the dumbest things Sony ever implemented imo. If you started a game on your profile, I don’t think you should have the ability to hide it after the fact. Plus it gives cheaters more of an incentive to do what they do best and easily get away with being on the leaderboards still. But changing how percentages work with games and their DLC? That would be extra tacky. But alas, that’s just my opinion.
  8. Idk why anyone would say this multiplayer’s boosting is a difficult grind, bc it’s not. With a very dedicated boosting group of at least 5 people—the amount needed for 2 trophies—playing every evening for a few hours, you can get all multiplayer trophies done in less than 3-4 days, and no, that’s not a joke. None of the trophies are that difficult to obtain and the only one you may have slight trouble with is Breaking and Entering (the one and only co-op trophy). Don’t let people scare you away from starting the game...get yourself some extra PS3s going and other people looking to do the multiplayer and get it done! 🤜🤛
  9. Some of you are too funny....you think we should track DLC trophy progress separately here just bc you want your unfinished games to say “100%” on your profile? Wow. Just play the DLC. The game is on your profile for a reason, so play the game in full and earn the 100%. Jesus.
  10. When you plan accordingly and try to start early in the day, it’s easy to play all the way through to snag those records, especially if you have extensive knowledge of the game! Trust me, you’re not the only one 😄 I was reported in the past for my time in BioShock 2...the flag reason? “Trophies were earned too fast.” What a great reasoning to dispute against right? As long as you know you’re legit and can back it up, people can keep on hating 😎
  11. Woah...your times for these games are insanely good, especially with Bound, GTA: SA, and VR Worlds. I don’t think anyone is going to go up against you for some of these records, seriously, congrats!
  12. What an awesome accomplishment, it’s amazing what you can do when you have dedicated people with you help out in a game, especially one so lengthy! What matters is you had a blast while playing the game. I plan on trying this game out some time in the future, so it’s good to see that it’s considered to be such a great co-op game! Woah, nice one. I’ve gotta give you props bc I tried to play that game and I could not get a handle on the controls for the life of me...or maybe I’m just that bad at the game 😂 Ahh, I was in the forums for quite some time looking for a similar thread to the one I created, but couldn’t find one! I must’ve not used the right keywords. I never meant to overshadow that thread or anything. People are more than welcome to comment under whichever one they wish, but I was more keen on having more #1 world record holders for games come forward with their stories. To each their own though 😬 if moderators want to do something with this one, so be it. I’d gladly revive that thread. Dude your time for Amnesia Collection is bonkers. What a great game to have a record for! And another record for a game with only 3 platinum achievers? Excellent work. Really nice job on Arkham City, I remember that game being super lengthy, but also being a good time regardless. Hope to see more records from you soon! 🤟
  13. Yes I’ve heard a lot of different things surrounding the 3rd and 4th Just Cause games, but I absolutely love the 2nd and if I can get a good understanding of 3 and 4, I might go for the fastest 100% records, but I wouldn’t complain if I didn’t get them. And that’s the best thing about having fun with games, if you enjoy it enough, you can look past the bs and difficulty 👌
  14. Welcome to the forums friend. My favorite is definitely the PS3, a lot of great games and I love the interface (the store sucks though 😂).
  15. I’m currently working on routes for Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood and Dead Space 3. Both are going to be very lengthy games and will be tough to pull off without breaks, but I’ll just have to see what happens! Some others I plan on going for are Just Cause 2, Star Wars: The Force Unleashed, South Park: The Stick of Truth, and most of the LEGO titles...just to name some 🙂 And good deal, I hope to see your name at the top soon! Woah, those are some really good times, especially for Rez Infinite. Very nice work! Insane requirements, wow. I’m sure getting that ultra rare plat after all the hard work definitely gave you a sense of accomplishment! Nice job.
  16. Doesn’t really matter if you’re not in 1st place for these titles, these are still very impressive times, AJ. Kudos. Especially with Wolfenstein 3D and Velocity 2X. Back then when the runs for Velocity weren’t as optimized, I’m sure a time of 3 days 25 minutes was insanely good. Very good time for A Plague Tale! Abzu is really interesting though bc of how people set up the speedruns for that game...the record being just under 9 minutes? Crazy. Your time is still very good bc I know how many collectibles and hidden things there are in the game! Nice job. Thanks a ton, and to have that kind of dedication and knowledge with the Persona titles is a mighty accomplishment itself. Great job!
  17. Gotta love that auto pop feature for the PS5 stacks lol! And 20 minutes is not that much of a difference if you really think about it, with enough planning you might’ve snagged the top spot! Here’s to hoping you can with other games in the future 🤜🤛
  18. That is such an impressive time and a great game to have a record for if I do say so myself. I’ve seen how brutal the game can be, especially on the hardest difficulty, so huge props for that accomplishment! Maybe you’ll attempt the fastest 100% for the 2nd game in the future? That’d be awesome if so.
  19. If the 3rd game is anything like the 2nd game story wise, it will be a hard pass for me. And I really dislike this notion that if you hate on TLOU 2, then you’re sexist or you’re jumping on the bandwagon with everyone else, etc. It is okay to dislike a game for legitimate reasons. 👈 Read that twice. And I am a huge TLOU fan through and through, so much so that I still play the factions multiplayer for the game daily. But when the sequel game came out and basically tells the player, “hey man, you know all this stuff you just did to get to the end? Yeah well, it doesn’t fucking matter—the moral here is don’t hold grudges and move on” at the end, it’s like a huge slap in the face. You’d expect there to be some kind of payoff for them killing off such a beloved character so early on into the game. That’s quite shit if you ask me. And if you disagree, I’d like to know if you truly felt satisfied at the end of the game and why. This 3rd game’s story would really have to pull on my heartstrings and have some badass moments the way the 1st game did, bc everything felt so flat in the sequel. The only thing going for it is the gameplay, it was superb, but that’s the only thing I really had fun with up to a certain point. It also still baffles me that the game won so many awards when the story was damn near generic and tries to pass as some sort of groundbreaking emotional roller coaster, bc it isn’t. If the 3rd game has anything to do with Abby or some other bland, one dimensional character, I’ll probably just watch videos of the cutscenes and call it a day. And to whoever said TLOU isn’t about Joel, he is definitely a crucial part of the series, especially when the 1st game literally focuses on the bond he creates with Ellie throughout the course of their journey. That’s like saying Uncharted isn’t about Nathan Drake. And I’m sure everyone thought the 2nd game was going to touch on that bond we saw even further, not sever it.
  20. Well I was going to submit my run for LEGO: Harry Potter Years 1-4 on the PS4, but someone just recently cut down the record time by a decent amount, so the time gap will now go down some. Granted, I can definitely still pass them up by a mile, but it wouldn’t be worth submitting the run at this point I believe. I will still probably do my speedrun today and post back here with my time 🙂 cheers!
  21. There are no patch problems for Crysis 3, updated the game just a few days ago. You should be fine.
  22. Yep, already trying to dig out my old Dell laptop from the attic 😂 thanks again for your help!
  23. Okay thanks to you and @melodicmizery for the info, I will do some troubleshooting and see if anything changes. Edit: My problem seems to be originating from using bootcamp on Mac to use Windows, the command prompts don’t seem to work properly since I’m not on an actual PC. I should’ve known that would be a problem, but this just confirms it. I can’t even view downloads or desktop files when using Command Prompt. Guess I need to find me an actual PC lol.
  24. Yes, I’m sure I’m using the correct IP address. And for the command prompt, the problem I’m running into is not being able to paste any folders after “cd” whatsoever. I’m looking at the maradns folder right now and it’s not pasting. It says “the system cannot find the drive specified”. Same goes for the Deadwood folder. Do I need to have the Bulletstorm/Gonespy zip downloaded before I run maradns/deadwood?
  25. I can’t for the life of me figure out why I can’t run maradns/deadwood. I edited each entry with my actual IP address and downloaded and edited each file outlined in the guide and I still cannot use the command prompt to run the programs. When I go to enter cd d in the command prompt to change directory, it’s telling me “the system cannot find the drive specified”. Why wouldn’t my computer be able to find the extracted zip file in my downloads? I really don’t know what I’m doing wrong.