kaltezhan

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  1. Been playing the Collection non stop for the past three weeks. Just beat 3 on Crushing, and I think I liked it better than A Thiefs End. Chapter 17 is pure bliss, and I felt 3 was a huge leap from 2. Loved the way this series evolved. I think 3 also has a better pacing than 2, with Talbot being the main weakness of the game. I was originally planning on playing each entry with a month break from another, but when I finished Drake's Fortune, I just wanted more. Loved the way each game felt it's own thing, even with 3+ playthroughs required to 100%. Naughty Dog really outdid themselves, and on my terms, Drake's Deception beats The Last of Us as the best looking game on PS3. Still working on my speedrun and brutal on Drake's Deception, while also trying not to screw Reload Master for the fourth time. If I could rank them, I'd go with: 1. Deception 2. Lost Legacy 3. Among Thieves 4. Thief's End (Gotta give a bonus for Rafe as best villain. None of the others had this "competition among thieves" vibe) 5. Fortune Not ready to throw this series under the carpet, need a young Sully spin-off.
  2. Horizon Zero Dawn. Back on the good ol days when I could work from home. I'd set to complete all my tasks on 5 hours or so, then play games all afternoon. Now I'm just doing a boring work > university > home routine, can't even game for 3 hours straight, or it'll be too late to wake up the next morning.
  3. That Witcher 3 DLC trophy where you have to slide non stop for 10 seconds. I was in a cave, clueless about where to go next and started jumping around. Geralt glitched on a rock and started sliding...trophy popped. Bought the shotgun on The Last of Us, Factions. Never touched multiplayer again after the platinum. I consider this my derpest derp, since I had already completed the Firefly journey, and was just about to start the Hunter's. I can't remember if it's trophy related, but I equiped a bunch of auto attack chips on Nier: Automata, and left 2B hacking away in an infinite spawn zone. Went to take a shower, a nap, and came back level 99. Also equipped the same chips on 9S, because I suck at hacking. Felt so cheap that I actually didn't used the trophy shop, and did everything else the legit way.
  4. Uncharted 1 Remastered. My first one was 4, so I felt it was about time to know Nathan Drake, and stress over Crushing again.
  5. I still feel my PS4 has a lot of juice left, he's only 2 years old. The only thing that can make me buy day one is an Horizon Zero Dawn 2 reveal, as it is the "oldest" of those big exclusive hits. Other than that, I'm totally fine waiting up until July/2022 or so, I can even make it my bachelor's gift! I just want a reveal, can't stand those minor leaks anymore.
  6. When the game involves some "beat x time on this trial", I usually give some weeks before I try again. I call those "Mile High trophies". My only exception was ...Becomes the Master, on Titanfall 2. Spent well over 6hrs trying to complete this trophy alone. I think I never let the challenge get the best of my sanity. Bought the game, least I can do is platinum it and honor my money's worth.
  7. I was gonna say this, because I just realized I can hear my PS4 Pro from my bathroom. They're about 6m and two walls apart.
  8. Hate Mini Maps, yet can't live without them whenever there's this option. And you?
  9. Bought the PS4 then waited almost a full week for this gem to ship.
  10. Honestly, I'm just hoping for PS1 and 2 backwards because of the Driver and Guitar Hero series. Other than that, I'll gladly buy it within the first year if it's PS3 and 4 compatible.
  11. I'm not really keeping tracks, but here are some of my stats using PSNP: Went from level 13 to 18 +29 Platinums My best game of 2019: Days Gone. Super fun game, nice gameplay, planitum and 100% DLC. Huge shout to Bend Studio. Honorable mention: Sekiro, Control and Death Stranding Worst game of 2019: Everybody's Gone to the Rapture. Used a guide for the 100% because of sheer boredom. Awful game.
  12. Days Gone. Loved the font, and it's dynamic, matching the region you're in and your bike design. Plus the music! In-game UI is one of the best too.
  13. Likes some strategies, turn-based and really stylish games!
  14. I second that. The challenges are easy-to-managable. Sure, there are a few that will require a number of attempts, and that depends on the player. For me, I thought the Bike Challenges to be a cake, getting Gold on my 4th run or so, while the first Horde Challenge took me at least 8 runs to get Gold, and get obliretared right after. Still, haven't raged once, so I think you should buy it! They're a nice and creative addition to the game, and if you're having a tough time, watch a guide on YouTube. There are some people with crazy scores out there.
  15. Gonna do without numbers, because I think all these games achieved something great • Dark Souls, for popularizing a new genre. • Death Stranding, for creating a new genre • The Last of Us, for changing my perception of what video games can achieve • God of War & AC Origins, for proving that is possible to skyrocket your reboots • Red Dead 2 & Journey, the most beautiful games I have ever seen until now • Skyrim. I can't stop dumping hours into this. There's something addicting in this game.. • Hellblade, for getting audio design to new heights • Hollow Knight, for packing so much lore in such a small game