Sezzuyasha

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  1. Dragonball Xenoverse, bought it months ago and haven't started it yet
  2. Completed this game yesterday. It overall took me like 10-12 tries. Once I made it past Laird and Nick everything was pretty much done. For the Martha & the cart scene, I honestly do not exactly know why people have problems with it. You first push the cart as far as you can (Blake will stop on its own), turn around, run a whole circle, go back to cart, do not even attempt to push it because she will break through the fence, run another circle, push the cart until you hear her scream again, wait for her to come thorugh the fence, and after running another round you can push it to the end. Martha has never caused me a problem that way and I was not hit once. For Laird and Nick, they totally suck. For the first encounter, I first tried the tent strategy which did not work for me at all. Once i tried the strategy with the two trees, this section did not cause me any problems at all anymore. For the second encounter, I just waited till they broke in the door and just ran for it. I read about people getting shot there sometimes on the edge and stuff, but for some reason I was never killed in this encounter. Waited for the door to be smashed in, waited like half a second just to be safe they aren't inf ront of the house anymore and ran. For the next few seconds, when you run and Nick and Laird shoot arrows across the map, I actually died twice. It's the arrow right before making it to the first campfire with the guy talking about walking across a river with you? So basically what I think caused this is, that like half a second before that Blake got a bit slower because of stamina issues. So to prevent this, I first started sprinting after I was about halfway done with balancing over the tree. After that I was always faster than the arrow. For the last encounter, where you have to pick up the rope: Before they appear and you are actually on your way to the rope, I just ran straight up to the rope.Like right thorugh there, not around or anything. Don't wait for the guy to pass just run. Destroyed the tree, went down the hill, let my stamina recharge for 2 seconds, pick up the rope and then I ran around the houses to avoid Nick and Laird. So here's the thing: When I first tried it I ran around the houses to go to the rope. Then when I ran back, the area was full with people. I once got shot there and pretty much the last thing I saw was a woman pointing at me and then I got aimbotet by Nick and Laird. So my thinking is, that I'll just run straight to the rope so the first guy in the area can not alarm everyone so no one can fucking point at me. I don't know if that is actually how that section is ment to work, but after doing it that way I didn't die there anymore. One thing I died to once was the library scene, but that was simply because I completely blackoutet for a second and forget where the fuck I am. Once I made it past this, I have not died anymore. For the heretic chase scene in the raining blood, just know where you are going and it'll be fine. Blake ran out of stamina during the chase but no one of them was able to catch me still. For the heretic scene in the beginning of the mines. Once you open the door, duck down and sneak in. Once the guy falls down from god knows where, just wait for him to go into the next door. Now run to the end. Recharge your stamina. Once the heretic on the end of that tunnel starts chasing you, run into the exact door that the first heretic went in to. Now wait till he stops chasing you, go back into the tunnel and make him chase you again, go into the crack that is at the start of the tunnel, wait for him to pull you out again and just run for your life. So here's the thing: if you went into the door like I did first, the 3rd heretic that should be in the tunnel, just isn't there. Don't ask me why, he just isn't. For Val and the 2 switches, this encounter is pretty easy in my opinion. Just went with most of the videos I saw. The chase scene after that is pretty easy too, just flash your nightvision a few times and you are pretty much done. So that was my experience on this. By the way, I have never had experience with this game before, I played Outlast 1 to 100% but that's about it. With these staretgies I just wrote about I made it to 100% in like 2-3 days or something and actually made in on the leaderboard for fastest 100%, so I thought maybe this can help some of you guys out.
  3. Gosh, that trophy was a pain. I mean overall it took about an hour, which isn't that much, but the many attempts you can do in an hour let it seem like you are doing this forever. At some point I was always nailing the beginning and the end, but in the middle section I lost a lot of time, just added some jumps and tada - 33.00 seconds and a new platinum
  4. I am currently doing the multiplayer, and just finished my hunter journey, I can not exactly tell how long one journey took because for some reason i wasn't able to respawn in one game, which got me kicked for inactivity, which had my fraction killed in week 10. 😀 You don't need to boost anything, you can get all the multiplayer trophies done by just playing the game honestly. I left most of the matches, to speed things up. By the way I started yesterday - means I played 22 weeks in 12 hours or so maybe? Don't really know. So do not worry about the multiplayer. I thought it would be a drag, but turns out this multiplayer is quite fun and enjoyable Edit: Now 100% in the game, The journey took round about 7 hours
  5. 1. Assassin's Creed Brotherhood 2. Assassins's Creed 2 3. Assassin's Creed Revelations 4. Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 5. Call of Duty: Ghosts 6. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 7. Darksiders 3 8. Detroit: Become Human 9. Heavy Rain 10. Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens 11. My Name is Mayo 12. The Sims 4 13. VA-11 Hall-A 14. Darksiders Warmastered Edition 15. The Last of Us Remastered 16. Titanfall 2 17. Darksiders 2 18. Rocket League 19. Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 Full Burst 20. Tekken 7
  6. Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 0,81% (0,1%)
  7. Can confirm, there is no way.
  8. I wouldn't. I'm not the kind of person to go for as money trophies as possible and playing games because the trophies are easy, but to complete every game I play. And not being able to complete a game not because of a lack of skill but simply because there is no possible way to do so, would trigger me so damn much
  9. Darksiders 2, lovely game