JayDeLosDioses

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  1. I bought the Ultimate Edition digitally and I can choose between the PS4 and PS5 version on the PS5 home screen. by iliya
  2. That was my biggest fear going into launch day. I hope they can "find" it soon. It was my first release of any tech thing I've "joined" day one (or day 7 compared with NA) I've read all week about bugs with the system software, consoles getting "lost", packages being handled like shit (but that's the norm kinda) A friend of mine had to send his console back on day one aswell. Pre-ordered and picked it up as soon as the store opened, but the fan wasn't working like it's supposed to, his new console was as loud as my PS4.
  3. It's been a while now, hasn't it? Mainly because I haven't made any progress. Not in Witcher 3, not in any other game on my list, or even any game on my profile. Mental health caught up with me once again. And got kicked when it was down by another fatal accident in my inner circle. But I've got my PS5 on international release day without any problems, no delievery misshaps, no system bugs, nothing. It was nice having something go smooth, with all what 2020 has done and my final months last year... I really like the new videos it's taking when you earn a trophy. Here's my very first plat for next gen: (SUB TO MY YOUTUBE FOR NO VIDEOS, BECAUSE EVERTHING I UPLOAD IS UNLISTED! ) Sadly you can't change the length of these videos for individual types of trophies Took nearly 2GB of disc space for the 50 trophies the game has. That's with the videos set to 15 seconds, there's an option for the videos to be 30 seconds long. I'd like to have the 30 seconds video for the platinum - the rest can be 15. I'll delete most of them anyway but every non quick plat game has at least one other trophy than the plat that I'm proud of achieving, so I always kept the screenshot (or video from now on.) Anyways, long story short: The PS5 feels like a breath of fresh air and made gaming for exciting for me again.
  4. Remote play and auto click app Idle while at work or something like that
  5. Don't think you can make a tap based game grindy. There's too many workarounds these days.
  6. Been a roller coaster ride for me: I've bought the game when the server shutdown was made public, I had it on my, let's call it extended wishlist. Nothing I really want to play, but something I want to get someday. Then I've played the first chapter, with the intention of getting the platinum as quick as I can, in case I need to start over. But I was hooked the moment I've started it. Combat is simple but fun, driving controls felt nice, only thing that was weird was the button layout. I've played until I had two scrap crews and stopped after that until the challenge was completed for it. Only starting the game once a day collecting my scrap, backed up my save on USB and started going for the camps and stuff while on my way to missions. Playing through the game was a lot of fun, until it wasn't anymore. There's a margin with collectibles in my opinion, and they went way overboard with it. Marked locations are a nice thing to have, but having to drive to a location for a single piece of scrap ... that's just not fun anymore. During the cleanup the game felt more like work than playing a game, checking if every camp is fine, every insigna counted, all wasteland missions correct, every scavening location registered ... not fun!
  7. Platinum #455 The Age of Extinction - Nexomon: Extinction I'd say Nexomon is the best pokémon clone out there so far. It's a enjoyable 50h platinum with a surprisingly "low" rariity of 21%. There's nothing hard in the game, just a bit of RNG when hunting for the legendaries. But you'll have a catch rate of at least 60% for each, so that little bit of running around is still quicker than the 100 ball's I've thrown at that stupid shiny Zapdos that doesn't even look good ... Anyway onto the next: Witcher 3 - Complete Edition First of all: I'm a moron and forgot to edit in the link to the document I've wanted to share about Witcher 3, so here it is. Witcher 3 "Guide" - most of the things are already written either in guides on PSNP or other parts of the world wide web. Feel free to comment / suggest anything you want. There's a "walktrough" in it, that has half of the quests ordered in a way that you can't miss a single one, I've got lazy after working a few weeks on it tbh, but every quest with a missable trophy tied to it is already included. Currently working on a good route to pick up all Gwent cards, races and brawls without going out of my way too much while doing other quests. I've also already picked up the first 5 trophies for the game: Kaer Morhen Trained / What Was That? / Fist of the South Star / Let's Cook! / Power Overwhelming
  8. Around 120h for the GOTY - it was my third most played game of 2019 and therefore listed in the recap But that's with all DLC included, so maybe 70h - 80h for the plat alone. I've made my own little guide too, missing the DLCs though But it includes: all quests what quests cancel out others all contracts (including the two I find easiest to do for Even Odds on Death March) what build I enjoyed playing the most breakdown of what raw materials are needed to craft gear / bombs and potions all gwent cards and NPCs good locations for the misc trophies I've also been sloppy with the side quests a bit at the end, only listing the few you need to do for better gear EDIT: However, I'm working on it again to include the second act of the game aswell. And somewhere down the road the DLC too. For the quests and cards I've used a lot of the wiki and just put it down in my own words. I like it more when I can change a guide while playing - either deleting what I've already done or simply adding my own expierence if I ever come back to a game again for whatever reason. I've uploaded it to google drive, you can take a look if you want. Just keep in mind that I've made it for personal use only, so not everything might be clear to others
  9. Hellow everybody, it's a me, Jay. Using the Halloween sale to do something crazy! I am adding to my list: The Witcher 3 - Complete Edition Some of you might remember that I've played Witcher 3 - GOTY in my first backlog challenge exactly a year ago. For whatever reason the NA and EU version are called differentely and have extra trophy stacks, so a year and 10 days later... Added bonus: Getting the platinum or 100% for the NA version would also mean, that I've got the full set in 100% for the Witcher 3 base game, 100% for the Witcher 3 GOTY Edition and 100% for the Witcher 3 Complete Edition. I know that a lot of people frown when people stack the same game multiple times on their profile, but it's for one of the greatest games of this generation (and it's not quick and easy )
  10. Update #4 Nexomon: Extinction 0% -> 50% (35 / 57 trophies) Well ... I've played a lot of Not Pokémon Pokémon this weekend. Maybe a bit too much. I think it's worth the 20 bucks I've paid for the game, but it's on the edge. 30 would be to expensive in my opinion. It's a cheap alternative to newer Pokémon games, looks awesome the monster design is funny and I like the names. There's a ghost type scarecrow called Prankcrow in the game. Or a evolution line with Baloompa and Blimpapa. The story is as expected, childish and not the best. You're a tamer in the guild, doing missions, working your way up, until you find out that your grandmaster is behind all the evil things that are happening with dragons and tyrants. The main character is a decendant from an ancient being and that's why he/she is the only person who can stop all of this. There's some difficulty spikes that requiere some grinding in the wild, at least for me, but I think that's not a bad thing. But who cares about the story, it's about collecting and training up your not pokémon collection, fighting with them. When fighting a wild nexomon you can either do the normal things, like attack, use an item, switch your nexomon or flee. Or you can feed and try to capture it. Each nexomon likes different kind of foods, increasing your capture chance by 10% - 40% depending on your choice. Then there's a different nexotrap for each type in the game increasing the capture chance by another 35% I think. There's also normal Nexotraps with a 15% capture chance and the golden nexotraps with 100% chance. You get a masterball for every other quest in the game. And then there`s a QTE while capturing that increases the chance by another 5% if you successfully complet it. You can see your exact capture chance on screen when choosing the nexotrap, sometimes it's cool, but it's frustrating if a 90% capture chance fails. The combat system is a pain for longer routes, they use a stamina system instead of costing pp every time an attack is used, each attack costs 5 - 50 stamina. You can choose to wait a turn in combat, increasing your stamina by 15. If you try attacking with a tired nexomon it only regenerates 10 points. Some fights are challenging not because your opponent is tough, but because your team member with the type advantage can't join the fight. Trophies earned: My First Nexomon / Learning the Ropes / Bronze Tamer / Silver Tamer / Gold Tamer / My First Day at Work / So Predictable / Welcome Back / Omnicron's Legacy / Renegade Jin / Renegade Lydia / Renegade Atlanta / Renegade Logan / Renegade Celine / I Hate My Job / Are We The Baddies? / Element of Fire / Element of Wind / Element of Water / Element of Thunder / Element of Earth / Element of Life / Downfall / A Dozen Down / You're a Celebtrity / Never Forget / Anger Management / Power of Science / Beam Me Up, Coco! / Vanity Issues / Full Team / Own 30 Nexomon / Own 60 Nexomon / Own 90 Nexomon (all )
  11. It's against the rules if you're unlocking trophies this way. As long as all the trophies from your save are synched with your profile it's fine.
  12. Here's the update I've promised on Sunday: Last year my birthday platinum was a double stack for A Winter's Daydream, but this year: Mad Max 37% -> 100% I've defused the final mine this morning before work and unlocked my five missing trophies for Mad Max. I'm a bit proud of myself tbh, when the server shutdown was made public I decided to buy the game and a month later I'm done with a game that's in the top tier for gltiches in the AAA games category. And that's sad, because overall I'd rate it a 7 out of 10. The story was amazing, as soon as I was done with the scrap crews challenge and could actually play the game I've really started getting into the story. I'm talking about the ending, so avoid the spoiler if you're still playing But I'm deducting a point for how they handled the end with the free play integration after the story was completed. The second point is deducted for the collectibles ... sure they're marked on the map but there's sooooooooo many. I'm a big fan for collectibles, rewarding me as a player to search trough every corner of the map, but in Mad Max it reached the point where it felt more like punishment than enjoyment. Going into any scavenging location just for a single piece of scrap, that's not rewarding, that's having a camp for the sake of not having an empty space on the map there. I'm also deducting half a point for the Griffa tokens and challenges. Again, there's either too many challenges and tokens to get, or not enough Griffa upgrades to buy. I was finishing the game with a Road Legend (or Warrior, I forgot how it's actually called) level of 190. That's 180 more than needed. You can max (hehe again) out Max before even reaching the first stronghold. There wasn't really a balance between challenges and rewards. And the last half of a point is because of the glitches. Thankfully I haven't encountered game / trophy breaking ones during my time playing the game, but I was checking my spreadsheet after every camp I've cleared, location I've looted, Insignia I've shot. That's just not fun. I was lucky during my run, like unbelievably lucky. I've died at least ten times while looting a scavening location, mostly because gravity is still the hardest boss in every game. I am still unsure what to do next, I'm thinking Heavy Rain, but I don't want to waste my Summer of Play game in case there's a fourth round coming that's not multiplayer focused like the last one. Maybe Dying Light, but that's another grind festival. And my weekend project with @Fnee2000 You'll have to wait for my next update for that Found a game, and I'm using a swap. Swap 1 / 2 Beyond Two Souls -> Nexomon Extinction (PS4 - EU) - 0%
  13. @NekoRave There's one Archangel challenge that requieres you to kill any vehicle from Stank Gum's legion. I'd recommend doing this before finishing Deep Friah's area. I've reduced the threat to 0 and roamed around Gastown / The Dump for around 45min hoping for a spawn. Maybe just unlucky, but with a threat level higher than 0 the patrols spawned regularly right next to the stronghold. Most of the archangel / weapon specific car combat challenges can be "exploited" by spawning in a car from the stronghold, calling the Magnus Opus with the flare gun and destroying the first car. Pretty much anything that doesn't require a moving vehicle can be done this way.
  14. I've got something special planned for Thursday, so keep an eye out for that . But there's one small Mad Max update I'd like to make: NOT A SINGLE F**KING CAMP, WASTELAND MISSION OR SCAVENGING LOCATION GLITCHED. Next update in a few days
  15. Like many others I'm currently trying to get all the trophies for the game and having two scrap crews it took me 6d 18h to get my scrap, only logging in once a day. That's a reason for me why your time is highly unlikely. I do care what you're saying, because if you found a way to make this waiting game much faster, I bet a ton of people would like to know.