PalaceOfLove706

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  1. I’m still, once I secure a coop partner, going to go after a couple more Badland trophies. Really proud of how far I got with that game, and I am left wanting more...
  2. I have an incredible backlog while at the same time many games I have completed. Sometimes I hone in on a game for a long time, at other times it feels like I have game ADHD. I’m not really a completionist as much as an accumulator, so I don’t get stressed by the backlog. I did recently take a look at the backlog and decided to do Gauntlet and Magika 2, which I started half a decade ago. Was really fun to complete them so having a backlog is sometimes a real treat to dig in and see what incredible games you didn’t give the time of day.
  3. It actually backfired on me in LEGO Batman 3. I used a character unlock cheat which led to the game not recognizing it. There was no going back - emailed the developers, tweeted at them, a few other gamers ran into the same glitch, leading me to suck it up or re do the 100% trophy. Stopped using any LEGO cheats after that. Otherwise, I am in agreement that any game exploit should be capitalized on given how much gamers are trolled by near-impossible trophies by developers, lol. ...except Jak and Dexter debug, what’s the point? Just don’t play it if it’s a bad game. I did the first one legit, and will someday attempt II and III without debug. Sadly the debug hurts the rarity of the trophies.
  4. Revolutionized console gaming. And I’m a revolutionist.
  5. I actually like the “idea” of boosting others egos if it attracts more users into trophy hunting. It’s not a bad idea. Will it work? Of course not. Trophy hunting is a niche, and takes incredible commitment. But I think the level inflation was done with a good heart. Yes, it messes everything up ontologically. I can’t straighten out what is a high level and what isn’t yet. My mind is confused. But I think as we all adapt to the change, we’ll be ok again. It’ll just take time to get over the bitterness and difference. Trophies and leaderboards aren’t meaningless because of a simple statistical change, it’s just different. So keep at it, everyone.
  6. Macho-Man Randy Savage......Ohhhhhh yeahhhhh
  7. Not sure what the issue is with boosting...again, finding the right community is part of the hunt. I played jak and dexter legit and will play if I go back to ps3 Jak 2 and 3 legit. Debug mode crosses my threshold, just like save auto pop (which is banned on this site). Share play is a bit different than handing the controller to someone in your immediate network, but I honestly don’t think it’s that bad. Think how many plats people have because they ran into the right player online who helped them. Is that cheating, playing with a teammate who’s elite and better than you? Share play is slightly different but on the same level in my opinion.
  8. Dude, you’re level 76 with a 98.99% completion rate. You don’t care about leaderboards or goals? Sounds like a perfectionist in disguise
  9. LEGO games have always been that for me - nice chill, relaxing game after a serious plat run, glad you enjoy them too. I love to play easy games in between hard runs, after this Magicka 2 plat run I’ll need another haha
  10. Video games can certainly become an addiction and be unhealthy, but it’s all relative. I just thought it was unfair to suggest because someone plays certain games or has a lot of trophies it’s always/already poor judgment. I agree with people posting on here the recent problem of “gatekeeping”; those who believe there’s only one moral and righteous way to trophy hunt - that’s ridiculous. Time to get over yourselves. I game a lot. Still raise my two kids. Have won sports championships in the past five years. Maintain a committed relationship with my wife. Completed my PhD and almost done a postdoc. My life is healthy, but people in this thread jumping on this guy for his incredible rank just disgusts me. This is a trophy hunting and gaming community, if anything he should be applauded for grinding it out despite suffering an existential crisis. Way to go dude, and if you decide to keep at it, I’ll be in your corner!
  11. I think those who constantly belittle other people’s accomplishments should seek mental health treatment for a personality disorder. He’s reaching out to this community because he’s feeling out of place, rather than call him out why don’t you support him? You’re honestly turning into a troll. What if a part of someone’s life was trophies? Who cares? Life is hard enough, how one navigates it is not up to someone to judge by trying to put themself on a higher pedestal which you constantly do. You admit yourself you’ve done the easy games, so what makes you any better? To each their own.
  12. No, unbothered quite frankly. Only a couple titles come to mind I wasn’t able to do but was close, like Treasures of Montezuma 4.
  13. Yeah...I do actually. Sometimes for strategic reasons, or to motivate myself to complete something or get my stats up simply because someone else did. I tend though to only look at more competitive accounts I find through those posted trophy cards, to see what I should strive for. On occasion though I’ll look at someone’s profile if they’ve posted a more controversial comment on the forums. Just because.
  14. The Elder Scrolls Morrowind I sunk hundreds of hours into on the X Box. Certainly combined play throughs of ff8 and ff7 each added to that as well on PS1. And Starcraft 64 equated to so many hours too. in recent years though, it would have to be Diablo 3 and Reaper of Souls. I platinumed Diablo 3 on PS3, Reaper of Souls on PS3 (with a dead server so legit character grind), and Reaper of Souls on PS4. I plan to do the expansion now. Anyone who knows those games knows that amounts to a lot.