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  1. Fatal Frame for me. I'm a sucker for creepy old J-horror games.
  2. All on PS3: 1. Shadow of the Colossus (2.54%) 2. Yakuza 4 (3.98%) 3. Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City (4.21%) 4. Battlefield 4 (4.25%) 5. Dragon Age: Inquisition (4.45%) EDIT: you guys have so many rare platinums I almost feel like mine don't belong here. lol Good job everyone!
  3. Unfortunately, as a trophy hunter it is a given that you'll eventually run into glitched trophies. The only thing you can do is look them up ahead of time and/or delete your profile (there's a tutorial somewhere around the forums) if you run into any as @DaivRules said. IMO it's too much stress trying to micromanage every trophy in every game so I prefer to accept that I'll eventually get a few glitched trophies here and there.
  4. I don't regret any, actually. However, if you ask me which platinum trophies I've done that I absolutely would NEVER do again, those would be: Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty - I have no desire to put myself through 500 stupid VR missions again. Nope, I'm good. Devil May Cry 2 - This game is just terrible. Final Fantasy X-2 - If DMC2 was terrible, this is terrible on steroids. Just a massive slog from beginning to end.
  5. Platinum Trophy Collect all other Battlefield 4™ Trophies (4.26% rarity, as of right now)
  6. If you want it, you'll have to force yourself in a way. But what I usually like doing when a game gets boring is applying the "Do something" principle. Just do something to get yourself a little bit closer to your goal (in that case, the platinum trophy/100%). Start the game, get a handful of easy trophies, maybe set it aside and play something for a few days and come back to it later. Without the pressure of going all out, you eventually acclimate yourself to the game and build momentum to go for the harder trophies. That being said, play what you like. If it stops being fun, it's not worth it IMO.
  7. I never played the original FFX on PS2, but would recommend the remaster to just about everyone. It's a wonderful game that hasn't aged at all (voice acting aside). IMO even the graphics still hold pretty well for a game released in 2001.
  8. I'm not saying I've given up on them, but... Well... Let's see. Stormbringer (Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance) Complete story mode on Revengeance difficulty with all S rankings. I'm putting this game off because I already know this is going to be brutal. You Asked For It (The Evil Within) Finish the game on 悪夢(AKUMU) mode. On AKUMU, everything kills you in one hit. EVERYTHING. Not looking forward to this. The Cursed! (Mamorukun Curse!) Collect all trophies. I chose the platinum trophy because, well... It's a bullet hell shooter. Any and every trophy is going to be a slog for someone like me. I Don't Think We Survived That Crash (Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters Daybreak: Special Gigs) All 4 of you are near death. How did you make it?! This is apparently a very obscure visual novel/turn-based strategy hybrid game. Its combat system is terrible. Just terrible. I'm genuinely thinking about giving it up simply because I can't be bothered with such a weird game. Oh man, that trophy was a nightmare. lol The really annoying missions for me were the ones where you had to snipe enemies from afar without Pentazemin (I think there were only a couple of them, but still). Kojima's trolling at its finest.
  9. I can only speak for myself, but personally I liked this game quite a bit. I will say though it is a guilty pleasure because I know the game is pretty bad. lol I think most people just wanted to finish the trilogy - it's Final Fantasy after all, so it'll always be relevant enough if you're the least bit interested in JRPGs. Once they were done with the game, they probably figured it was an easy plat and decided to go for it. To be fair, it's the easiest out of the three games. You can play it on Easy, there isn't a lot of grinding, it's over quickly. Plus it's quite a fun game if you can look past some horrendous game design choices. I actually hope Square Enix remasters the trilogy for PS4. I'd play through them again.
  10. If that is actually true, all I can say is: congratulations, you've proved us all wrong (myself included). Now go get that damn trophy before Ubisoft changes their mind 😉
  11. Quite an eventful Monday, isn't it?
  12. Some people have said it's a 4 vs 1 co-op game - meaning by the trailer just released today you might be able to control tyrants and other major enemies against other players. Not gonna lie, that could be interesting. However, as a whole, still a very uninteresting announcement. I hope they at least create some semblance of a storyline.
  13. To be fair, low framerate on a turn-based RPG doesn't really seem like that big of a deal to me. However, if it's noticeable enough that some people might find it uncomfortable, especially having played the original game on the PS1, it does warrant a bit of criticism even if it doesn't ruin the finished product IMO.