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  1. At least this trophy actually takes some effort and will probably stay ultra rare. I was frustrated a few years ago when Sims 4 was free and I lost a bunch of ultra rares when people used the gallery to cheese the game. This is a good month, but only Yakuza for me as I've already have 100% in Little Nightmares and Tony Hawk. Tony Hawk is tough, but it is easier than a 8/10 difficulty, it's more like a 6/10 in my opinion just the level 100 trophy is the real time sink in this game.
  2. Useful Links Blacksad: Under the Skin Walkthrough and Guide - Neoseeker Blacksad: Under the Skin Trophy Guide • PSNProfiles.com Blacksad: Under the Skin Trophy Guide & Road Map | PlayStationTrophies.org dl1.anuman.fr/patch/English blacksad_cards_updated.pdf
  3. I would say probably 15-20 hours as long as you're being thorough. I would recommend using multiple guides when playing the game as there still is no perfect guide for the game, but all in all a fairly straight forward platinum just try to collect all the cards in an area as soon as you can before the game forces you to leave an area. Everything can be done in two playthroughs. The game still did crash on me twice and I had a few small issues, but nothing too bad.
  4. Alright, I'm done and I can confirm that all trophies unlock when they're supposed to. It is tedious to have to replay most of the game so you can get all of the endings, but I'm glad to have finally knocked this game off my backlog.
  5. In the Dark Pictures games you can chapter select earlier chapters without having to complete the game, I have no idea why they changed it with this game. Also once you picked up a collectable you never needed to grab it again, so if you missed anything you only needed to chapter select and pick up what you missed to earn trophy instead of having to do two separate playthroughs for each collectable type. I really do wonder if a different publisher might have affected this game as this game was published by 2k, while the Dark Pictures games were published by Bandai Namco, and Until Dawn was Sony.
  6. I've finally gotten around to doing this game and despite a few little annoyances, it seems like everything is unlocking when it's supposed to. I was a bit worried when I got to 99 cards and I couldn't find the last one, but after reading into it I learned that the last card will appear after you've completed the game once. Now I have to complete my second playthrough to get the rest of the trophies I'm missing. I have some gripes with the game overall, but I ended up enjoying it more than I thought I would. It's a shame that the poor state the game was in at launch led to a lot of bad reviews because all in all it was a pretty good murder mystery.
  7. It just didn't seem to make a lot of sense with the way they did the chapter select and the collectables in this game. They were fine in the dark pictures games, but for some reason this game took a step backwards, which does make the platinum more tedious. Hopefully The Devil in Me will fix them. Also would like if they could finally add some kind of scene skip for already watched scenes just to make these games feel like less of a slog when you're having to go through the same scene like 4 or 5 times.
  8. You should have no problems doing them in the same playthrough.
  9. Maybe they've made so much money off the break and run games that they can afford to charge less.
  10. You can get Peanut Butter Butterpops in your everyone lives playthrough. Because of the issues with the hard pass trophy, I decided to work on the ps4 version while I wait and I was able to do it. If you turn aim assist to auto from the beginning, it won't shoot Jacob, and you will still get the trophy at the end. So you should be fine to work on the collectables trophy while you do this.
  11. Unfortunately the profile shows that they have never posted anything and haven't been signed in since February 27, 2016 so there's a good chance that they won't ever respond. Honestly might be easier to try contacting Supermassive and find out if it's actually legitimately possible to earn or if it's glitched.
  12. I was thinking maybe had something to do with having most of having most Hacketts survive, cure them by shooting Silas, and maybe not collecting enough evidence to link the Hacketts to the fire, but if someone earned it during chapter 8 then I'm not really sure.
  13. I don't have time to check right now, but maybe hard pass has something to do with never attacking any of the Hacketts when given the opportunity and shooting Silas if possible. Eliza wants you to kill them and maybe refusing to do so will work. Just a guess as I've only completed two playthroughs and I haven't heard if anyone has tried this yet.
  14. You do not need to catch all the Bugsnax in the dlc to get the trophy, only the 100 from main game. For dlc you don't need to catch all the new ones, only the ones required for quests.
  15. For the roof accessory, focus on the missing items for each grumpus. Completing Snorpy's will get you a roof accessory. For hats, look where the hats are displayed at the ranch. You will see a picture indicating where the next hat can be found. Go there and you will find a random bugsnax wearing a hat. Then just repeat. I wasted a lot of time doing mail missions before I understood.