Senor_T_Dub

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  1. Alright, time for my horrifying Backlog Lists. While I have a Switch, I mostly stay in the Playstation ecosystem so I'm just listing those games I have on the PS3/PS4/Vita. My goals: 1. Get completion percentage over 80% 2. Slow my purchasing of new titles 3. Enjoy gaming more Rules: 1. Must earn five points before purchasing a new title 2. PS+ games don't count against me, since they're included with the PS+ subscription 3. To earn a point, I must earn all the trophies for a game 4. No requirement that I finish a game that I'm not enjoying Currently Playing Statistics Playstation 4 Playstation 3 Vita
  2. Hi all. I’m definitely in need of a Backlogs Anonymous and like the idea of earning points towards new purchases. I imagine my Backlog across PS3/PSV/PS4 is over five hundred games (when factoring in PS+). I’m currently away from my computer so uploading that massive text wall isn’t feasible, but I plan to as soon as I have the chance. Until then, thanks for creating this motivational thread for slaying one’s Backlog and good luck all.
  3. This has been patched. The “best” method appears to be saving credits for the multiverse events that give a random ability and hope for good RNG. I’ve been doing those and using other multiverse events with AI character loadouts to level up all the characters to 20. Since I’ve still got a number of characters to level, I hope I’ll get the ability through opening reward boxes or completing the specific ability granting multiverses naturally but I don’t have high hopes.
  4. I don’t know if this was true at some point but I’ve gotten three abilities from regular gold mother boxes today. Yes the grind is terrible, but you can still unlock abilities in the purchasable gold mother boxes.
  5. It’s simply because there is no way to determine if the save is yours or one downloaded from the internet. Both your own save and an online save would have the same time stamp pattern and thus many cheaters and hackers would be able to exploit the system. The reason auto pop for Sound Shapes or cross-save games are okay is because they were features created by the developers.
  6. My guess is they have less control over the digital pricing. They can sell the physical copies for whatever they wish because they have already paid for them, even if they take a loss. For digital copies, they are merely a middle-man providing you a code.
  7. I'm glad there are developers willing to tell stories that don't have the traditional happy ending. Yes it was sad, but it was also powerful and elicited real emotions.
  8. You CAN play any game in the VR headset but they don't display in VR, they are lower resolution versions of the game you'd be playing on your TV. Skyrim VR was built to be played in VR and thus has the bells and whistles you'd expect with a virtual reality experience. While not a perfect analogy, think Skyrim PS4 as a 3DS game with the 3D effects off and Skyrim VR as the same game with the 3D effects on.
  9. I haven't gotten to V3 yet but I've always felt this style of game works better on a portable system. Easy to pick up and play but never too intense to be a bad time to put into rest mode.
  10. My first ten were: 1) Uncharted: Drake's Fortune 2) Batman: Arkham Asylum 3) God of War 4) WWE: Legends of Wrestlemania 5) Heavy Rain 6) Uncharted 2: Among Thieves 7) Final Fantasy XIII 8) God of War III 9) Madden NFL 11 10) InFamous Not a terrible list, but man was Legends of Wrestlemania horrible.
  11. To be clear your examples are not censorship. Censorship is the suppression of speech or communication by another group (media outlets, the government, etc.). Forcing South Park the Stick of Truth to remove scenes to be legally sold in Australia is true censorship. Changing the content of your product to suit a different market or to prevent backlash is a decision made by the developer or publisher. It would still be legal in most cases to sell the above games but there may (or may not) be negative press around the content. Preemptively avoiding negative press is not the same as being censored. Remember people die in China and North Korea and elsewhere for the things they say, so be happy that the worse you see is the loss of "vagina bones." That said, I do get the frustration over the changes but just remember, given the current political landscape in many countries, drawing the ire of those in charge is not worth it when it could be avoided by a handful of small changes.
  12. 20. Lost Odyssey 19. Vagrant Story 18. Super Mario Sunshine 17. Grand Theft Auto V 16. WWF No Mercy 15. 007 Goldeneye 14. Doom 13. Resident Evil 2 12. Tales of Symphonia 11. Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater 10. The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 9. Mortal Kombat II 8. The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind 7. Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 6. Mass Effect 2 5. Super Mario World 4. Metal Gear Solid 3. The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker 2. Metroid Prime 1. Final Fantasy IX
  13. I haven't heard of the trophy being glitchy. Are you sure that they are all unique mirages? Duplicates don't count toward the trophy.
  14. Heads up that this game caused me substantially more motion sickness than any other. You walk with the left stick, rotate the camera with the right and move your head to look around. It works well but made me really sick and I had to stop.
  15. While I understand why some people decide to make new accounts, it's never really been something I've thought to do. I started this account the day I bought my PS3 (shortly after launch day) and it has served me well for more than 10 years. Additional fun fact, I've had the same avatar (the silly cardboard box monkey) since day one too, never changed it.