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  1. I hope so. I've wanted to play this game for a long time but I was expecting some news regarding the patches. Love the first one. Thanks!
  2. #98 - Resident Evil 7: Biohazard Enjoyment: 9/10 Difficulty: 5/10 I should've played RE7 a long time ago but I always ended up postponing it. It's an excellent entry for the series and the first-person camera didn't bother me as I thought it would. My only complaints are that a good part of the game is quite linear especially after leaving the house, the few puzzles are very easy and most dialogues and scenes cannot be skipped, which makes multiple playthroughs a bit annoying (I did four). That said, the gameplay is great, all the characters are remarkable, especially Jack, Mia and Marguerite and the boss battles are memorable, intense and with little room for error. I also loved the story of Eveline's creation and all of its ethical and emotional conflict. Can't wait for Village! Most Recurring Trophy Title: Master of Unlocking So far all three major Resident Evil games made with RE Engine have a trophy with the same title, so it's safe to say that Village will have another "master of unlocking", alongside a trophy for speedrunning, to end the game using few or no healing items and do something using only the knife. Man, I love Resident Evil's trophy traditions.
  3. #97 - Watch Dogs: Legion Enjoyment: 7/10 Difficulty: 3/10 I loved this futuristic version of London and the ability to recruit any NPC. The spiderbot and cargo drones are excellent exploration tools and the most fun part of the game for me was using them to look for items that are very well hidden around the city. Unfortunately, the lack of attention to detail constantly hurts the experience. Worst of all, however, is the small variety of puzzles and repetitive missions. From the middle to the end, everything was feeling more like a job than a game. Most Creative Trophy: You Don't See Me! Although the execution is a bit annoying, I can't deny that escaping a level 5 police chase by disguising myself as a living statue is a pretty out of the box idea that I've never seen before anywhere.
  4. #96 - Resident Evil 6 Enjoyment: 6/10 Difficulty: 4/10 I already achieved the RE6 platinum on the PS3 eight years ago. It's exactly the same list but this time it seemed to be much more boring and repetitive. Throughout the game my head constantly asked the same question: who thought this would be a good idea? Some of the worst QTEs of all time, at least four boss battles against helicopters, horrible driving sequences and several repetitive battles that never seem to end. Despite this, in the middle of the mess there are several good moments, I loved the protagonists and the gameplay has some great ideas that I would like to see again in the franchise as the "quick shot" and the side jumps. Most Disrespectful Trophy: B.O.W.s Are Ugly B.O.W.s have feelings too, you know?
  5. #95 - Spyro 3: Year of the Dragon Enjoyment: 7/10 Difficulty: 2.5/10 Spyro 3 is the easiest to plat in the trilogy as it doesn't even require 100% completion. To face the final villain, only 100 dragon eggs out of the 149 present in the game are sufficient. To be honest, I didn't like the new characters but at least they're used only for extra challenges most of the time. Most Annoying Trophy: Twin Dragon Destruction Any boss who regenerates health sucks. Even worse when you have to fight two at the same time, over a lake of magma, while they fly a random path going in and out of tunnels at a much higher speed than yours.
  6. #94 Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage! Enjoyment: 8/10 Difficulty: 3.5/10 Most of the game is very easy but there are some difficulty spikes that requires multiple tries and a lot of patience. Cutest trophy: He's on FIRE!