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  1. @TalalHmd, both the Ace Combat games weren't too difficult for me, but I've been playing these types of games since the mid 1990s. Ace Combat 5 is the harder of the two by far. There are more missions to complete, no check points and the good old one hit missile deaths on the hardest difficulties. Ace Combat 7 however has longer missions and having a two generation gap (AC5 is a PS2 port), there will be way more enemies trying to kill you. You can buy and equip parts on your planes to improve performance, and I only found myself stuck once or twice in AC7. Oh yeah, you also need to do multiplayer on it. 100 games to be exact, 50 battle royale and 50 team deathmatch but you only need to win once at each and just participate in the rest.
  2. I didn't search my entire trophy list but here are some examples using the maximum difficulty the game allowed. 1. Spec Ops: The Line (MFWIC) 2. Duke Nukem Forever (Damn I'm good) 3. Ace Combat 7 (Ace of Aces) 4. Ace Combat 5 (Ace Wing) 5. Alpha Protocol (Hardcore) Not sure if the Metal Gear Solid 2 Extreme difficulty fits in though. You don't directly get a trophy for completing it, but you need to do it to get all the dog tags needed for the blue wig (Great Dane). So no extreme no platinum.
  3. Call of Juarez: The Cartel. 94% with only online trophies left to get. I don't know if online still works but if so, maybe some day but not today.
  4. I may have filled this out before, or maybe one like it but it has been a while so why not. 1. Stardew Valley - 0.93% 2. Ace Combat: Assault Horizon - 1.17% 3. Velocity 2x - 1.50% 4. Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X. 2 - 1.64% 5. Valhalla Knights 3 - 1.97%
  5. That's a bummer having to go through the game a 3rd time. Don't feel too bad though, I had to play the first game 3 times because of a stupid mistake on my part regarding the final character events. If you haven't yet, try taking a look at the overall walkthrough guide. It has screenshots of every map and has each chest marked. They are helpful because there some chests underneath overpasses on the side roads which makes them invisible to detection.
  6. I got my platinum on this yesterday, although I did put the game down for 2-3 months after the first playthrough. The guide worked perfectly for me although there were a couple chests that were easy to miss, especially in the Terra Shrine and the Infernal Castle.
  7. I did at one point have the ambition to write a trophy guide, then I realized that I got my platinum trophy on the vanilla (no updates/DLC) version of the game almost 3 years ago. The DLC and many updates have changed how the game works so much I decided it was a moot point, especially since I haven't bought all the DLC. With that being the case you know it'd be like oh you can do this, this and that (base game) but if you have this DLC you can add this and that as well.
  8. Did you go bankrupt for a month and accept the bailout? As far as I know this is the only way that trophies are disabled once the game starts. The annoying part is that it shows up the first time without warning so you may have accidentally accepted it then. Typically after declining the first time, if you are still in negative cash the choice will pop up about the same time every month after. I'm not totally sure if you can enable infinite money or unlimited resources (which also disables trophies) unless you do so before starting a new city.
  9. I can maybe help with the first one. Did you by chance use the cheat where you rename your character for lots of skills and money? The required name is Koganemushi, and from what I've read that is a Japanese beetle. On a side note, does anyone know how to get the hidden ending for Downtown Special? I'd ask on the NA forum but the game is less than a week old. I can't seem to find anything about it on Google, or perhaps I missed something in-game that might hint how to get it.
  10. I have the trophy. You have to throw the stage 1 boss off as well. I just recounted and it looks like this is the count. Stage 1 - Part 1: 8 Stage 1 - Part 3: 1 (boss) Stage 2 - Part 1: 10 The trophy should pop right before the motorcycle guys show up.
  11. Looks like a tough list. Never could beat the NES versions of Double Dragon 2 and 3. I'm curious as to what it means with reset cannot be used for some trophies. I'll probably never platinum it, but I've never played most of these so I'll probably buy it for that reason alone.
  12. Well not all hope may be lost yet. There is a new update available (9.01) and while I haven't had a whole lot of time to jump into it yet, from what I can tell is that it appears to run much better than the previous updates did.
  13. I hate to say it, but unfortunately I don't think there is anything you can do about this. I've pretty much given up on getting all the DLC trophies, but I still play Cities fairly regularly. Now I like to use infinite money to see if I can make a nice city like the ones you'd see on Youtube. My current city sits at around 85k population, and even when it was lower the game would "pause" quite often for several seconds or more. Way back in the day (August 16-September 25th 2017) when I was getting the platinum for it, the original version of the game for the most part ran good unless my memory fails me. It seems to me that they are trying to do too much with all the DLC and some texture changes and perhaps changing the coding on how things work without testing it for efficiency on a PS4. And to state my case, while I'm not sure if this will work for you, but on your menu screen highlight the game, and hit the options button and select update history and you'll get an idea of what I am trying to say.
  14. #117 - Dragon Quest Builders 2 I really enjoyed the first game when it came out, even though it usually isn't the type of game I usually play, so I was totally hyped when they announced the sequel was coming West. If you've not heard of this spin off of the Dragon Quest series, it's basically a building game similar to Minecraft in a Dragon Quest setting. The idea behind the story is that your character is a builder who finds him/herself in a ruined world where building things has been forbidden. Working together with various people throughout the game, they eventually come to realize that they have been mislead about building and decide to help out. Personally, I didn't really care for the story in this game as much as the first one. Part of the problem lies with the fact that the game takes place in a Dragon Quest 2 setting, which had a much larger world than its predecessor and probably couldn't include every single town in it. With that being said, you can enjoy the game without Dragon Quest 2 knowledge, where as Dragon Quest Builders I felt you needed to have full knowledge of Dragon Quest to really understand what was happening. Generally speaking, the gameplay remains untouched. A few game mechanics both good and bad were tweaked or added/removed. A good example is that your weapon and hammer are now two separate tools, and use two different buttons rather than having to swap them out. Your weapons and armor also never wear out so you don't need to worry about crafting replacements as needed. A bad example is that certain buildings no longer have passive effects to the player. Thus having a kitchen built will no longer stop your character from getting hungry. However, certain NPCs will cook food for you to eat so this shouldn't be a problem. The free building area has been improved quite a bit. During certain parts of the game you are on an island, and you can build to your heart's content, or at least until you hit the 100 room limit. ☹️ The good part here compared to the first game is that you get to keep all your materials and items from earlier in the game, and not be forced to build a new area from scratch. After you complete the game, you are allotted another island to free build on as well. Visiting certain other islands during the game and finding all the materials there, think scavenger hunt will yield certain unlimited materials for building things. I had lots of fun with the game, sometimes spending hours just trying to make my area look good rather than worrying about finishing the game first. For being made of nothing but square blocks, some of the areas were quite impressive. You should really give this game a shot if you enjoy sandbox type games or even just the Dragon Quest series in general.
  15. Should be plenty of guides and such at Gamefaqs. I guess that's the advantage of being a new 20 year old game, plenty of information that's still good.