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  1. I have a physical copy of Infinite Warfare laying around, and while I would like to play the game, I don't want to go through some really arduous process of obtaining a trophy that's technically unobtainable. Is it worth it? Is the Dominion trophy easy enough to obtain once you know what to do? Or should I not bother. It's not the most popular CoD game clearly, but I enjoy playing Zombies in particular, and IW seems like it has some fun maps. I got the game in a trade with other games, so it wouldn't be an economic loss or anything, if I just got rid of it again.
  2. Thanks for your replies! A follow-up question; Can I at least skip Yakuza 3? I get the impression that people are really frustrated with the game, find it the dullest in the series and so on. But of course, if the story is important, i understand that it probably should not be skipped.
  3. I have gotten three Yakuza platinums, and I loved playing through all of them. Yakuza 0 in 2018, Yakuza Kiwami and Kiwami 2 in 2019. I'm now in the rather awkward position of wanting a bit more Yakuza in my life, but also being a bit fed up with all of the grinding, mini-games etc. And I'm one of those weirdos who just have to clear every game 100%, so there's no way I can just play a Yakuza game casually That's why Yakuza 6 seems like a perfect game right now. It's the ending to Kiryu's story, it's the least grindy game of the series, and it's relatively short. HOWEVER... That would mean I'm skipping three big games. Would Yakuza-veterans recommend me not doing this? Story-wise, I guess it's not that big a deal. Sure I'd miss out on great stories, fun missions, and weird characters from those games, but I got the impression that 6 does a pretty good job of catching up the player. 3, 4 and 5 all have horrifying Platinum journeys (perhaps not so much 4) according to trophy guides, and I guess I just rather want a more easy-going Yakuza game right now. But would this, ultimately, be a shame? What are you opinions of the three games I'd be missing, as well as 6?
  4. What would you guys rate the Platinum difficulty of this game to be? And time to Platinum? The difficult trophies seem to be the ones that demand the player to complete the game under 40 minutes, as well as the trophy for completing Hardcore mode. There are still no trophy guides for it
  5. How would you guys rate the Platinum difficulty and time to Platinum?
  6. I originally placed this topic in the board for the PS3 version of the game by accident. I hope it's ok I've opened the topic here instead. I'm looking for a great game I can play throughout the summer, and not hurry myself through. I've been eyeing Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch for a while now, because there's something about the game that appeals to me. It looks fun and interesting, and I adore the Studio Ghibli art. HOWEVER... there's a couple of things that make me uncertain, and I hope people who have played the game can help me. I'm a little tired of open world games right now, with lots of cutscenes and grinding. I was actually very close to buying Final Fantasy X the other day, because I feel nostalgic about the game, but the sheer thought of sitting through cutscene after cutscene (and grinding for hours) is not very appealing right now. Is Ni No Kuni like this? Is it very grindy and story-heavy? It is a JRPG after all, but I kind of hope one of you guys will come and tell me it's not that bad in that regard I don't really mind if the game is challenging or anything like that, and it doesn't matter if it's long either, as I'll probably take my time and spread it out for the entire summer. Should I look for some more action-oriented arcade-like game instead, or would Ni No Kuni be a satisfying game for me to play?
  7. I'm looking for a great game I can play throughout the summer, and not hurry myself through. I've been eyeing Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch for a while now, because there's something about the game that appeals to me. It looks fun and interesting, and I adore the Studio Ghibli art. HOWEVER... there's a couple of things that make me uncertain, and I hope people who have played the game can help me. I'm a little tired of open world games right now, with lots of cutscenes and grinding. I was actually very close to buying Final Fantasy X the other day, because I feel nostalgic about the game, but the sheer thought of sitting through cutscene after cutscene (and grinding for hours) is not very appealing right now. Is Ni No Kuni like this? Is it very grindy and story-heavy? It is a JRPG after all, but I kind of hope one of you guys will come and tell me it's not that bad in that regard I don't really mind if the game is challenging or anything like that, and it doesn't matter if it's long either, as I'll probably take my time and spread it out for the entire summer. Should I look for some more action-oriented arcade-like game instead, or would Ni No Kuni be a satisfying game for me to play?
  8. The original Tomb Raider trilogy.
  9. A question for people who are playing this and/or have completed it; What do you estimate the time to get the Platinum trophy to be? And the difficulty? Thanks.
  10. Haha, that's basically exactly the same as me.
  11. I see my thread here is still active after so many months. Just to let you know, I got the Platinum for the game in a week or so, and it wasn't too bad. "... Becomes the Master" was difficult, but in a fun way. I got it after 2 hours or so. In fact, it was the first trophy I got in the game (along with "The Student..." of course), as I kept resetting right before the finish line if my time was bad. I wanted to get both trophies at the same time
  12. Could anybody tell me what the map percentage should be right before the final Dracula fight, as well as the number of rooms? I've not yet entered the Dracula room above the big clock room, and I'm aware there are two rooms in there besides the Dracula room. But I want to be sure that I pop the 200.6% trophy when I enter the final fight, so I want map percentage and rooms to be where they are supposed to be before that. I'm currently at 1868 rooms, and 198.4% completion. I've double and triple checked online maps showing secret rooms, and I've got everything.
  13. Before beginning Hitman 2 a few days ago, I was down to 7 unearned trophies. But with Hitman 2's 145 trophies, or whatever it is, it'll take a while before I get back there again
  14. None, really. Well, I mean My Name Is Mayo was lame, but I did it on April 1st, as I thought it would be a nice April Fools Day Platinum. I haven't played any game just for the Platinum besides that. I always play something because I'm interested in it. Even Cybarian, as I'm a sucker for that kind of art style and retro-futuristic 80's stuff.
  15. I've completed 0, Kiwami and Kiwami 2 - in that order - and I think this order has been a great way to experience the series. Like others have pointed out though, there are certain things you won't get the full joyment out of by playing 0 first, but I suppose that's a typical "prequel first" problem, as prequels are bound to have fun cameos of known characters in younger versions. Still, these don't really matter in the greater picture. I'd definitely say play 0 first.