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  1. Update #3 I've just hit 88% completion. Only 2% left to reach my goal. Hope to have it before the end of summer. Here are the games I got the 100% on since my last update: 1. Ape Escape 2. Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales 3. Golf With Your Friends 4. Control 5. Everybody's Golf 6. Cuphead 7. Sonic Colors: Ultimate
  2. Thanks I used this method to get my S rank and finish off the last trophy I needed
  3. Getting par wasn't terrible. Took me a few tries to find ways to cut my strokes down on some of the holes
  4. Hey everyone this is my second update. I've rose 2% since my last update and am now at 87%. Only 3% left to reach my goal. Should reach my goal well before the end of the year. Here are the games I've 100% completed since my last update: 1. Bugsnax 2. Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes 3. Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain 4. Kao the Kangaroo 5. Uncharted: Drake's Fortune Remastered 6. Yooka-Laylee 7. Ratchet & Clank: Full Frontal Assault 8. The Last of Us Part II 9. Assassin's Creed Liberation Remastered
  5. The trophy for heart pieces did not pop for me on my first playthrough. On my second playthrough I made sure that the last heart piece I collected was one in a level and it popped. The last piece I needed was in Crystal Caverns. Not sure if this 100% works but just make sure your last piece is one you find in a level.
  6. It appears that it is not crossbuy. They are selling the versions separately.
  7. According to a trophy guide just posted by push square you can push your internal clock foward to get the trophy. Not sure if it actually works though.
  8. Sonic the Hedgehog 1 Sonic CD Sonic Adventure Sonic Adventure 2 Sonic the Fighters Sonic Unleashed Rayman Origins Far Cry 3 (Has co op but can be done offline) Bioshock Infinite Demon's Souls Dark Souls Dark Souls 2 The Walking Dead Dishonored Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance Mass Effect 1 Mass Effect 2 Castlevania: Lords of Shadow Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 Castlevania: Harmony of Despair Mega Man 10 Kingdom Hearts Kingdom Hearts RE: Chain of Memories Kingdom Hearts 2 Kindgom Hearts Re:Coded Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep South Park: The Stick of Truth Guacamelee! Puppeteer Catherine
  9. This is my first time updating here and I've made great progress on my goal of 90%. I started off the year at 79.6% and I've rose all the way to 85% since then. I've reached 100% completion on 18 games since the start of the new year with 14 of those having already been on my profile in 2021 and before. My proudest completions for the event so far are my two Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed plats for PS3 and PS Vita. Now full Sonic series completion is viable for me finally. At this rate I can definitely see myself reaching my goal by the end of the year! Here's all of the games I reached 100% completion on since Jan 1 2022: Astro Bot Rescue Mission Fallout 4 Golf With Your Friends It Takes Two Horizon Zero Dawn Yakuza 6: The Song of Life Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy Oddworld: New 'n' Tasty LEGO Marvel Super Heroes: Universe in Peril Moving Out The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Sonic the Hedgehog 2 Blasphemous Returnal inFamous 2 Assassin's Creed Odyssey Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed (PS3) Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed (Vita)
  10. The most reliable way I beat the grand prixs was by sending items to my team and instantly requesting them back when they were sent. This allowed me to get more items while simultaneously boosting my team ultimate. By doing this I almost never lost a grand prix.
  11. I'm in! My current completion percentage is 79.19% and my ultimate goal is to reach 99% completion. But I'll settle with 90% by the end of this year. Good luck everyone!
  12. My name is Alex and I've been trophy hunting since I got my PS4 at the end of 2018. I recently earned my 6000th trophy and decided that I wanted to stop adding new games to my profile (with some exceptions) so that I can bring my completion percentage up. At the time of writing this I'm sitting at just over 77% completion. Out of 192 games played I have 57 that are unfinished on my profile with 1816 unearned trophies. My goal is to reach 99% completion in however long it takes me. None of my unearned trophies are unobtainable so there's nothing stopping me from reaching my goal. I will be documenting my progress here, which will hopefully give me the motivation I need to follow through on this. Here is the list of games I have yet to 100% complete: Some games I feel that I will struggle with are Arkham City, CTR, Resident Evil Revelations, both stacks of All-Stars Racing Transformed and Unravel 2. Overall I don't think any games on this list are extremely challenging and I'm looking forward to making some serious progress on my goal in the upcoming months! Status Completion Percentage: 87.68% Unearned Trophies: 1,040 Currently Working On: Cuphead
  13. Is the reason because its very buggy?
  14. Sorry if what I said was confusing. I meant save data. I had to wipe the save data clean from settings every time we wanted to play. We got really good at overcooked 1 so we did it in like 3 hours. Only other solution is to always keep player 2's controller on if you want to take a break. Player 1 can turn off their controller but if player 2 does it will stop tracking.
  15. For both players to get trophies you need to do each game in one sitting. The second you turn off the console or even turn off the second player's controller it will stop tracking. Not only that but it will never start tracking again. The only solution for me was to completely delete the game's data every time we went to played. We did both end up getting the platinum trophy at the same moment.
  16. Voyee controllers work for launching guardians
  17. I also had tracking problems when playing with a second player. The only solution was to delete the save and do each game in one sitting. We found that turning off the second controller at any time would cause the game to stop tracking. Player 1 could turn off their controller but not 2. We both ended up getting the platinum at the same time in the end. If you're planning on having your couch partner getting all the trophies be prepared to marathon the game.
  18. #113 Broken Age I wasn't expecting the story of this game to be as good as it was. The end of Act 1 especially blew my mind. I'd definitely recommend this game to everyone.
  19. This trophy is maddening. I've tried playing from chapter select on a new save, tried using the save and quit method and ps plus save method. I deleted and reinstalled the game and tried it from chapter select. I'm sure I've gotten enough kills at this point. Only thing that's left to try is deleting again and starting the story from scratch. Edit: So I got the trophy not too long after commenting. I deleted the saves, reinstalled the game and started from scratch. I didn't get the trophy on my first attempt. I died a few times and was quitting out to the menu and continuing. Then finally I got it. It didn't seem too different from previous runs but maybe I got like one or two more kills than the npcs. Can't say for sure what happened but I'm glad its over.
  20. Odyssey was the first Assassin's Creed I actually decided to get the platinum for and it was a brutal experience for me. The story was interesting at first but I quickly grew disinterested (maybe because of my selection of Alexio) and the gameplay loop was not very fulfilling for me. To me it felt like Witcher 3 Lite. There were a few missions sprinkled throughout that I did enjoy, usually involving the mythical beast quests, but these missions are far and few between. Getting the platinum for this game felt like a part time job for me in the end. But Assassin's creed is just likely not for me. I have tried some of the other games of the series on an alt account like AC3 and AC4 but these games were not able to hook me either.
  21. Platinum #110: LocoRoco Remastered A Peaceful Planet Unlock all trophies. Difficulty: 6/10 Enjoyment: 8/10 This game was a ton of fun. But the process of getting the platinum turned out to be a lot more frustrating than I could imagine. Firstly the controls are very strange, which makes sense as it is a remastered PSP game. You tilt the entire world and move your Loco's through it, so you're actually never directly controlling them. The Loco's also do not stand still and if you leave your controller down to take a break your Loco will continue to bounce through the stage and likely get itself hurt and screw up your level progress. But the main difficulty surprisingly comes from the collectibles in the game. To get the platinum you need to get 100% of all collectibles in every level. There are 3 different types of collectibles that the game tracks for completion: LocoRocos, Mui Mui's (tiny men that show up 3 times throughout every level), and pickories (which act as the coins in every level). Now the game does track collectibles and you can see what you missed on the level select screen. That is except for pickories, which is by far the most plentiful collectible throughout the game. These collectibles are also the easiest to miss so it is very common to get to the end of the level and be many pickories short. Theres also not a lot of backtracking that is available within the levels, so if you miss a pickory in a section you likely will not be able to go back for it without restarting the entire level. This leads to a lot of frustration when attempting to 100% each level. There is one level in particular that requires you to make a series of perfect jumps while being moved inside a bottle. Now this does not appear to be that difficult by the looks of it. But because of the strange controls it becomes a nightmare to do this section. This part also relies on a small amount of RNG because your Loco might jump without you doing anything and you need to pray that this doesn't happen. I spent at least 4 hours trying this level over, and over again until I got it (level 3-4 for anyone interested). I did end up enjoying the experience overall but the frustration I felt definitely soured it a bit. Check this game out if you're into feel good games, but know what you're getting into for the platinum.
  22. Trophy MasterGet 'em all. Platinum 107 - This game was a lot more frustrating than I ever could imagine. Boss rush mode and the deathless run each took me many, many tries but it felt so satisfying when they were finally done. This game also marks my first sub 1% plat. I was planning on getting the Mega Man 11 platinum after this one, but this one really burnt me out on the formula. I wouldn't really recommend this game to anyone (not that you would want to play it to begin with). I'm just glad I never have to play it again. Difficulty: 7/10 Enjoyment: 4/10
  23. I've been working on the internet's favorite game - Mighty No. 9