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  1. To be fair, people should expect to be compensated for the time and work.
  2. Did you send them to the quest giver via the Post Office? My trophy popped after sending him all 12 sets.
  3. I think it’s due to the size of the game, missing a trophy isn’t so bad when the game is short, but something of this length is a different story. Also, the trophies everyone is referring to are the long collectible trophies or the potentially missable ones, neither of which truly impact the story. It’s not so much that people are rushing, as it’s players wanting to know when they may get locked out of a trophy in a long and intimidating platinum.
  4. Thoughts? You’re being overly hopeful that the developers of this game would make the trophies easier to obtain than the descriptions say. A snake is not a species, but a group of animals with similar traits that can be traced back to common evolutionary ancestors. Each type of snake would be an individual species and thus the trophy description would require skinning them all, not just one. You are confusing the definition of SPECIES with family or group and SUBSPECIES with the actual taxonomic definition of species. Assuming Rockstar has not done the same, I’d imagine all types of snakes and ducks and deer, etc will count toward the trophy. Long story short, unless proven otherwise prepare to study and skin all the animals.
  5. Vagrant Story would be my vote
  6. For me, selecting desktop version of the store while on my phone corrects the problem. I’ve never had luck with the mobile site.
  7. I don’t understand the people on this site sometimes: “Let’s make a ton of work for the awesome staff of PSNP instead of using google ourselves.”
  8. PS4 1. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt 2. Horizon Zero Dawn 3. Grand Theft Auto V 4. Doom 5. Resogun PS3 1. Mass Effect 2 2. Demon’s Souls 3. Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots 4. Red Dead Redemption 5. Batman: Arkham Asylum Vita 1. Persona 4 Golden 2. Zero Escape: Virtue’s Last Reward 3. The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth 4. Shovel Knight 5. Severed Decided to break it up by console. These lists represent the console I played each game on.
  9. No. While buying orcs supposedly makes the fourth act less of a grind, it doesn’t impact your ability to earn the trophies. They also mentioned making changes to the fourth act I believe so it may be less of a grind soon. Enjoy the game
  10. It’s the law of diminishing returns. Ascension is harshly judged because it was the sixth game in the series following the same formula in about a decade. Personally I enjoyed it, but it was too familiar and didn’t really provide anything new or groundbreaking.
  11. Injustice 2 Cat Fight - 4.21%
  12. There is no trophy guide, but nothing is misseable. Use https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/ps4/181171-yakuza-kiwami/faqs/75194/introduction and you’ll have all the info you need.
  13. Two of the first five people to complete the game as indicated on this website have the same trophy pattern. A sinister smush, followed by the UV trophy 50-60 seconds later. If it did require two playthroughs, they had the means to cheat the game within two days of release. Not saying that’s impossible, but this pattern of trophy unlocking is seen throughout the history of the PS3 version of the game and I’ve found plenty of accounts from people that are not flagged for other titles, nor do they have hidden trophies. Hard to imagine 30% of players cheating only Deadpool.
  14. I’m not sure what the patch was, it’s been a number of years. I do know that I have the trophies in the same order, that’s why I posted about it, thought I could help clear up some misinformation. https://psnprofiles.com/guide/4127-deadpool-trophy-guide This is a from the PS3 guide here, notice it says 2 playthroughs at the top, but in the text below it says “to reduce the number of playthroughs, select the hard difficulty (Ultra-Violence).” This to me indicates that the trophy guide is saying do it in two for ease but it can be done in one. https://www.playstationtrophies.org/forum/deadpool/300742-deadpool-trophy-guide-roadmap-3.html This is from the thread the playstationtrophies.org guide is embedded in. It appears there is at least some question as to when the UV difficulty is available for selection. https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/boards/677163-deadpool/68151486#4 Here is a post from someone on Gamefaqs saying they started UV as their first playthrough four years ago. This is from the PS3 board, at least two years prior to the release of the PS4 version. At the very least, there appears to be enough confusion to warrant further discussion or investigation of the issue before we decide to mass flag people for this one trophy. For my playthrough I followed a guide online and started on UV. I completed the campaign and then went back via chapter select for the other trophies.
  15. If he is claiming that he played on easy and then UV there is no way his timestamps are possible. That said, UV is selectable from the beginning on the PS3 version, I only did one playthrough and got the UV difficulty trophy 1 minute after the Sinister Smush trophy. I think the trophy guide on playstationtrophies.org is incorrect, even within the thread someone raises the question about when UV is available. The guide here on psnprofiles says “if you want to reduce the number of playthroughs, start on hard difficulty (ultra violence).” Also the guide on ps3trophies.com says only 1 playthrough is needed. Also, while not entirely applicable, the Xbox360 guides I saw also show a need for only one playthrough. I don’t have a copy of the game, but could acquire one and boot it up without a save if needed.