Iker_01

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  1. They'll cancel it if it seems more valuable to write it off as a tax deduction, like with Batgirl.
  2. I'm so done with this game, with the franchise and with Ubisoft.
  3. Ok, I'll try to say this in simple terms so that you may understand. Sony, not psnprofiles, Sony, allows you to hide trophies from your trophy list. Again, Sony, not psnprofiles. Are you with me? Are you sure? Good. Psnprofiles keeps track of how many trophies you have, based on what is being WILLINGLY shown on your PlayStation account. If you decide to hide trophies on PlayStation account, psnprofiles will now only show the trophies currently shown on your PlayStation account, but since they don't match the number previously recorded, it will show the discrepancy as "Hidden Trophies". You're mixing up the functions of the PlayStation platform with those of psnprofiles. Both are working EXACTLY as intended and I can't believe I wasted my time trying to explain this to you, since I already know it'll be futile and pointless.
  4. I was merely trying to show the difference between both practices and why one is so maligned. Personally, I haven't hidden my Gran Turismo 7 trophy list just like I haven't hidden any of the games that I've left behind since 2013. Some people collect platinum trophies, other people play for trophy level, or to obtain difficult trophies. And some others play for trophy completion, which would be diminished if people could just hide their stuff without it being reflected somehow. That's just ridiculous. You can't call it an abuse of privacy when you WILLINGLY gave access to the website. The only reason why psnprofiles keeps track of your hidden trophies is because they were once shown on your profile, and now they are not. It is as simple as that. There's no hidden backdoor being used to gain access to that information, only stuff that you once showed and then hid.
  5. I think it is more maligned because of how little it takes, compared to creating a new profile. I'll use myself as an example. I am having an awful time with Gran Turismo 7. I SUCK at it. I'm stuck on license IA-8 and I'm feeling hopeless. If I started a new account that would mean leaving behind stuff that took a lot of effort, like Dishonored 100% or Vanquish. Worst of all, I'd have to restart FFXIV. That's a massive cost. Sure, I'd leave behind that troublesome trophy list, but along with it a big chunk of effort. It is absolutely not an easy choice to make. Hiding a trophy list is a minuscule thing. A tiny H next to your profile. Being capable of hiding the H would debase the completionist aspect of trophy hunting.
  6. But it's not just the action but the intention. You hide a trophy list because you WANT to leave those trophies behind. Maybe you no longer like those games, feel ashamed of them for some reason or, more often than not, they are dragging your percentage down. When you start over you leave those trophies behind not because you want to, but because there is no other way. You're misunderstanding the intention behind both actions. If there was an option to remove a trophy list from your profile without leaving a trace, pretty much no one would create a new profile. Plus, the "you are literally leaving those trophies behind" is patently untrue, since they can be unhidden at any time. They'll once again be shown on your profile and they'll count towards your level. You cannot merge two separate accounts. Again, equating both actions ignores both the intention and the penalty.
  7. They are quite different though. Starting over means leaving behind trophies that you had already obtained, some of which might be very hard to get or no longer obtainable. If that's an exchange you're willing to make, that's great. Equating this to hiding your trophies misses the point of this thread. The OP wants his cake and eat it too.
  8. IA-8 is killing me... I can't just match the AIs speed after the hairpin.
  9. This is my first racing game and I just found out that I'm terrible at it. I think this will end up being the hardest trophy that I'll ever obtain, IF I end up getting it 😅
  10. If I only have a Mac, would this work on a virtual machine?
  11. I got lucky and killed Malenia on my first try, but honestly... I didn't enjoy most bosses in Elden Ring. The Elden Beast is probably the worst final boss in any Souls game, which is a shame because Sword Saint Ishin was phenomenal. The other bosses weren't all that great either. I loved the world, the level design, the exploration, but most bosses (particularly the last one) left a bitter taste.
  12. You know, before some developers completely debased them, platinum trophies weren't meant to be all that common and were supposed to require a certain amount of effort? If you're not willing to spend god knows how many hours getting the trophies, that's totally cool, but you really come off as a whiny and entitled person.
  13. I'd love if there was only one trophy list per game, regardless of region or platform, but it's not going to happen.
  14. I mean, you also have the Vanquish platinum, so I wouldn't say you're trash, not even close.
  15. I don't mind if other people auto-pop, but I think it looks awful on a profile and do it only if necessary. If I recall correctly, I've only done it for FFVII Remake, since I wanted to play the Yuffie DLC, and Uncharted Legacy of Thieves Collection, since I didn't have Lost Legacy. If I could only have one stack without hiding trophies, I would.