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  1. Has anyone here managed to get this trophy while playing on Vita? I've read elsewhere that someone got all the trinkets playing on vita and it didn't pop Sentimental relics from our forefathers...Acquire all your Ancestor's Trinkets
  2. Trophy Guide on playstation trophies: http://www.playstationtrophies.org/forum/darkest-dungeon/304937-darkest-dungeon-roadmap-walkthrough-trophy-guide.html
  3. Great points well made SkyMason. I've played Overwatch for around 100hrs up til now (half the time with friends I made online and the other half on my own) and am loving it... nothing feels stale at all yet and am still enjoying learning some of the characters (I'm also probably the only person in the game who has yet to play as Genji haha.... I will in time)... I also find the maps have a lot of great design and variety in regard to the characters and their strengths/weaknesses etc. I also feel you're spot on in regard to how tactical this game can be and how changing tactics and/or character can completely turn the match around. I am quite surprised however at how few people seem to realise that all DLC (characters/maps/modes etc.) that has and will be released are all free and always will be, you just pay for the game initially and then that's it.... no season passes no paid DLC, all free... with that in mind it is definitely good value for money for such a fun game. The net code is also excellent as I've hardly ever noticed even the slightest lag (and my internet is pretty lame) and the game runs at a smooth 60fps at all times
  4. There is a way to play this game online (co-op and pvp) using shareplay and with each player using their own account so trophies work, this video explains how:
  5. Ok thanks for the suggestions guys, I'll try them out later when I get home
  6. I started playing the game on release meaning I had a lot of trouble getting online to begin with. I didn't realise at the time but when completing story mode while not connected to the server I wasn't getting any exp or FM. After Capcom released another patch I could connect and started noticing the exp and FM started rolling in as I continued playing the story mode. So I had to go back and re-do the story mode again with the characters I'd already completed it with (while I couldn't connect to the server) to get the exp for them. After completing the story mode with all characters (which usually puts them to around level 7 or 8) this trophy (No Rest For The Wicked) didn't pop.. I checked my character levels and all were around 7 to 8 apart from Dhalsim who was still on 0... So I tried story mode with Dhalsim again and the game refused to give me anything... so I then did easy survival with him and got his level up to around 8... still the trophy wouldn't pop... my character are all level 7/8 plus and it refuses to pop Does anyone have any ideas on how to fix this? p.s. No Rest For The Wicked requires you to get all your characters to at least level 5
  7. Borderlands 2 has just been given an update which improves the performance greatly.... When I was playing through it (before the patch) I did notice quite a few frame-rate drops but it didn't really affect my enjoyment of it much. Great game with so much to do plus online co-op and PS3 cross-save As for Revelations 2's vita port, it was done on a basic engine with a short timescale which is all due to the limited budget the port was given to be made with. This is down to the size of the Vita's userbase, sales were never going to be that high for it and what would be the point of making it to lose money on it? I personally appreciate the efforts of people like Gio Corsi who are passionate about the Vita and who listened to the fans who wanted this port and made sure it happened with the limited budget available. Some of you might say "if they aren't going to do it perfectly they shouldn't bother at all", that's your opinion and you're entitled to it but many vita owners like myself really wanted this game to come (even if not a perfect port) and for that reason alone it was worth making. For those that think they shouldn't have bothered, all I can say is, no one is forcing you to buy it. I'm more that happy with this portable Resi game and enjoying my route to the platinum
  8. I was going to ask the same question