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  1. There is also Metal Gear Solid 2 and 3 on PS3 and Vita through cloud saves aka transferring.
  2. Here's some of mine. Hopefully no duplicates as the last post was a few hours ago. Cities: Skylines - Missing one. Knew I had the requirements for it, and hit to see if it popped without my knowledge, and then it pops and screenshots my XMB area lol. Not exactly game related so can't use it. Cosmic Star Heroine Dragon Quest Builders - Missing one. Not sure how/why but it had my name on it. Rather odd being a single player game and have only one controller at the time. Dragon Quest Heroes II Megadimension Neptunia VII Velocity 2x - Only 12 screenshots here. Started on the Vita, gave up on it, bought a PS4 and this was a PS+ game but left alone for a long while. Decided to platinum on the PS4 rather than risk burning out the Vita on it.
  3. I started this topic way back in the middle of March, and decided to update how may trophies I've earned for each system since. Then: Now: All: : 3,852 (+242) - : 1,248 (+83) - : 504 (+35) - : 104 (+10) - Total: 5,708 (+370) PS3: : 2,212 (+36) - : 665 (+10) - : 259 (+7) - : 51 (+2) - Total: 3,187 (+55) PS4: : 579 (+121) - : 244 (+49) - : 97 (+16) - : 18 (+5) - Total: 938 (+191) Vita: : 802 (+49) - : 241 (+14) - : 100 (+10) - : 24 (+2) - Total: 1,167 (+75) Multi: : 259 (+36) - : 98 (+10) - : 48 (+2) - : 11 (+1) - Total: 416 (+49) It looks like the PS4 is the winner for me over the past 7 months. It would seem that Revenant Saga was the only multi game I played in all that time even though I did so on the Vita. I swore there were more than that in there. PS3 was mostly platinum Alpha Protocol after nearly 6 years, and Atelier Meruru after a couple of months.
  4. Well since I couldn't figure out how to make a screenshot of mine, I guess I'll do it the old fashion way. 1. Ace Combat: Assault Horizon (1.21%) 2. Velocity 2x (1.51%) 3. Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X. 2 (1.67%) 4. Valhalla Knights 3 (1.92%) 5. Metal Gear Solid 2 (Vita) (2.05%) 6. Record of Agarest War Zero (2.28%) 7. Cities: Skylines (2.42%) 8. Record of Agarest War (2.67%) 9. Cross Edge (2.85%) 10. Tie - Apache: Air Assault, Jane's Advanced Strike Fighters (2.95%)
  5. I decided to take a break from everything modern and take a stroll down memory lane by playing the PS1 version of Final Fantasy 5 for the first time in probably 15 years. All I can say about that is whoever did the translation shouldn't quit their day job. They couldn't even get the name of one of the main characters right, although I don't necessarily mind the change, while a lot of the ability names are just plain silly. The biggest offense I've seen so far comes in this form. A NPC lady tells you that her Gramps used to tell her that certain stone-like monsters can't stand Gold Hairpins. Now Gold Hairpins are a helmet that reduces MP costs by 1/2. The correct response to this would be Gold Needle, which appears to have been used solely in the Japanese versions until the GBA ports of 4, 5 and 6 came along. However, in this translation of the game from 1999, Gold Needle is called Soft. It just seemed to be a bit shocking, as SquareSoft (back in '99) seemed to be pretty good with this kind of thing. If you ever played Final Fantasy 6 on the PS1 as part of the Anthology collection you'll notice a lot of errors in that game as well, mostly in the bonus features available upon finishing the game.
  6. Here are my first 10, all PS3: 1. WWE Smackdown vs Raw 2010 2. Fallout 3 - This was my first trophy game, and may have got the platinum quicker, but had no idea on how the trophy system worked. So I more or less finished the game, all the DLC and then went back to finish the rest of the main game alternate trophies ie reach level x with good, neutral, evil karma by starting a new game. 3. Fallout - New Vegas (lots of fun but tons of frustration at first (day one buy) until some of the patches tried to fix the problems) 4. WWE Smackdown vs Raw 2011 5. Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X. 2 6. Apache: Air Assault 7. Final Fantasy XIII 8. Saint's Row: The Third 9. Metal Gear Solid 2 10. Rapala Pro Bass Fishing
  7. #104 - Cities: Skylines I was always a big fan of SimCity back in the day, so I bought this game on a whim. It was actually a pretty fun game, although a bit frustrating at times. I like information from my games as to why things happen, but Cities doesn't quite provide a lot of it. An example would be having a healthy city generating an income of 50k and suddenly within 10-14 game days your profits drop to -80k without any way to find out what caused it, especially if you didn't change anything. The platinum was a time consuming one, requiring maybe about 175 hours or so, but luckily you can just let a new city run without doing anything as you'll probably have everything else finished long before then. If you liked SimCity or other sandbox/building games in general, you should give this one a try. It may not be for everyone, but offers plenty of interesting options when it comes to building your city.
  8. My trophy popped on 16/11/2232. This was actually my 3rd city, and one I just let run with 0 population. My first city ended up on 26/7/2052, but it was off a save game that was saved and reloaded many times while trying to unlock all the milestones, so the actual amount of time spent on it I cannot say. My second city only went until 17/4/2026 before I went back to trying to revive my first city.
  9. Velocity Ultra (Vita) way back when for $2.99.
  10. PS3 version. While I have nothing to do while waiting for my last trophy on Cities: Skylines to pop along with the , I decided to give this game another go. This trophy had badgered me for years, on both this and the Vita version. As is with golf in both video game and for real, whether you achieve something usually comes down to dumb luck to say the least. Had my ball not jumped when hitting the ground (dumb luck), it would have just rolled and probably have gone in the hole without hitting the pin, and I'm pretty sure Homing Shots require pin (flag) hits to activate which is where that bounce came into play.
  11. I don't know if its a fixed amount, but it seems that children usually only make up 8% of your city's population. This means you'll need a very large city to unlock it. I didn't get 15k children until my city was at a population of around 190k or so. For the record, 190,000 x 8% = 15,200. After all was said and done, it looked like nearly 50% of all my zones were residential. When I needed more, I tore down abandoned/burned down buildings no matter where they were and replaced them with residential. While a bit random, make sure you use high density residential. I've seen some of these have as many as 18 children in one building, others with none. I also did have the Medical Center and Eden Project monuments built, which gave the city maximum land value and citizen happiness of more than 90%.
  12. If you can afford to, you can lower your plane and/or special weapon level down to gain more XP, maybe between 10-15%. Its not much but it adds up after a while. It also helps to use your 3 free fuels (6 on weekends) on separate games rather than all at once, as this only counts as one game.
  13. It may actually be possible to get the trophy on multiple maps. My first city was a huge mess and ran out of steam before I unlocked all the milestone requirements. I figure it would take hundreds of thousands, perhaps even millions of dollars to rebuild my city to make it run better for the Happy Town trophy and this one. I started a new city and once I hit 900 population, I gained access to Unique Buildings, and all the ones I had unlocked from my first city were available. All the completed milestones were still completed, although you do need to reach the population goals to be able to use them though.
  14. Oh I've played plenty. Half the time I probably knew I wasn't going to get the platinum to begin with too. Here's a brief list of the worst offenders: Star Ocean 4 - 'Nuff said. I was actually making a real effort on this about 2 years ago going for some of the BTs. While I only have 2 trophies to show for it I had a nice 80 hour save file going, and like the fool that I am I never bothered to autosave my game to the cloud and a HDD crash wiped everything. Don't have the time or energy to try again. Gran Turismo 5 - Don't have the time nor the skill to get a Gold medal on every event and all that good stuff. Vanquish - Same victim as Star Ocean 4. Couldn't finish the challenges, nor do I have the time to go through the game again on Hard either. Hot Shots Golf: World Invitational (both versions): Just a royal pain in the butt game both of these are. I feel like I could maybe platinum them if I played enough, but I get so mad it almost doesn't seem worth the trouble.