Honor_Hand

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  1. Damn, I've been without internet since this last Friday afternoon. Cero, nada, it doesn't work whatsoever. I already checked everything and it's nothing on my end. Funny thing is that it's only me and my most immediate neighbor with this problem. Everyone else in the building is okay. Hopefully, it will get sorted out soon because my income directly depends on it. The technical issue has been reported already but I think I'm going to go out tomorrow and see if I can contract another service provider just in case. They all suck, though. But hey, at least I can have two sucky options to rely on. Beats having nothing. :rolleyes: Anyways, this status was just to let you know that I probably won't be seen around here as much while this gets solved out. Which, in Venezuela's time, could be tomorrow, next week, 5 years from now or never, who knows. Let's see how this gets sorted out. xP

     

    I've been playing GTA: San Andreas on my gaming front. Man... I know everyone and their mother loves this game but there are some missions here that are truly annoying. Like extremely annoying, and I'm not talking only about "All we had to do, was follow the damn train, CJ". Oooohhhh no, that's just like the tip of the iceberg. :ninja: Now I remember why this one was my least favorite of the old GTA games. :| It has some stuff that I really, really like but then it does these other things that I really, really hate at the same time. Hoping I can have it completed before this next weekend.

     

    Have fun gaming out there, see ya around! :3

    1. Copanele

      Copanele

      Aw man, best of luck with your internet issue, I will miss the top notch advices you give xD 

       

      GTA San Andreas...are you talking perhaps about everything that is plane involved? Like those fly lessons and ... Supply Lines missions with the RC dude? Those ones made me yell in frustration. Compared to that " follow the damn train CJ " mission was a piece of cake.

    2. PooPooBlast

      PooPooBlast

      ^ was about to say the same thing. Those RC planes is where it's at hahaha. 

  2. Caracas, Venezuela, South America. Best of luck with that BLU phone. 👍 Haha, lol, you're correct on all accounts. Many thanks btw!
  3. Platinum #114 - Horizon Chase Turbo (PS4)

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    A love letter to retro racing fans around the world. Does Top Gear, the Lotus Challenge games, Out Run, or Jaguar XJ220 strike a chord with you? Then this game is for you. Otherwise, you might want to steer clear. Horizon Chase Turbo is a 16-bit inspired retro racing game developed by Brazilian indie game developer, Aquiris Game Studio, that seeks to recreate the exhilarating speed from way back in the day, and in some ways, it does manage to succeed. While I would have personally preferred a sprite-based style, the developer opted for the use of simple geometry and simple colors to somehow create a very striking design. On first look, I was turn off by it, no kidding, but the further I raced, the more it grew on me and managed to cement its own style. This was thanks to a smart track design that harkens back to the simplicity you would expect from the era and a very accurate scenery representation of the many places you visit. Expect to see the majestic Andean Mountains in Santiago, Chile (complete with Gran Torre Santiago in the city's skyline even); race through Chapada Diamantina many tepuys in Brazil; presence a thunderstorm in Acropolis, Greece; amaze at the Burj Khalifa's incredible presence while the sun sets in Dubai, UAE; marvel at the Aurora Borealis in Reykjavík, Iceland; or maybe just see how the sun rises and the sakura trees blossom in Japan. In short, while simple in its representation, it's all nice to look at.

     

    The game controls like a dream and the gameplay is rock-solid with a steady frame rate. Passing other racers at supersonic speeds while drifting feels great. One thing that the classic retro racers did great was having a nice soundtrack to race to. Imagine my awe when I learned that Barry Leitch, the guy responsible for Top Gear and the Lotus Challenge series of games kick-ass music, comes back 20+ years later to recompose Horizon Chase Turbo's equally amazing soundtrack. As you would expect, many of the pieces are reworked and amplified versions of classic soundtracks that punctuate perfectly the racing happening on screen. They're just great. Unfortunately, from here on is where my praising ends as, with everything, there were a couple of bad things in the game. The first thing would be stability. The game crashed a lot on me. One of them crashes even corrupting my save. Thankfully, I had a backup on the cloud but this sort of stuff shouldn't happen so frequently. The second thing would be its difficulty. Old retro racers weren't known for their difficulty exactly, but Horizon Chase Turbo is a total cakewalk. I was able to get the Super Trophy on many races on my very first attempt. Granted, if you're a seasoned racer, this game will prove a very little challenge. Finally, there was a little bit of a grind towards the Platinum at the end. Doing the World Tour was great, the Tournaments were okay, but the Endurance races were a bit too much for such a simple game and can get tiresome due to the game's general easy difficulty.

     

    All trophies are pretty easy and require you to complete the World Tour, Tournament and Endurance modes, while attaining 100% completion in the World Tour. Most other trophies while come naturally as you progress throughout the game. Only Supersonic can be a bit hard as you require the right car on the right track to pull off, but other than that, mostly an easy, enjoyable list. As for car selection, I'd recommend cars that favor handling, top speed and nitro over everything else. Handling, in particular, is fundamental as it helps you nail those turns sometimes without even de-accelerating at all. My favorite car was Dustdriver, the Lancia Stratos-lookalike. Speaking of cars, you know that the game is very reminiscent of Top Gear, right? Well, depending on which car you're driving, you'll see the driver spout all sorts of different text bubbles. I found all of them pretty amusing and with cars like Madbot (a yellow Camaro :o), Walker-X (a tuned Mitsubishi Eclipse :hmm:), and Déjà Vu (this is totally a white Toyota Corolla AE86 lol :lol:), you can see the developers had a very nice sense of humor. Many references to see. Granted, I really enjoyed my time playing Horizon Chase Turbo. I can say it was one PS+ offering I'm very happy with because it really tries its very best to provide that retro racing goodness of years before. While there were a number of shortcomings, I still think is a game very much worth playing, especially if you're itching for some retro racing goodness. Just be sure to have a backup at hand in case things go sour. ;)

     

  4. Clannad - 45 Episodes + 2 Extra Episodes + 2 OVAs (2007-2009) Enjoyment Score: 12 So this is my fourth time, I believe, watching Clannad, and just like all those times before, I still absolutely adore this series. Beautiful art style with a very heart-touching and emotional story. Even though my crying has certainly diminished over the multiple watch throughs, I'm still able to feel very attached to the characters and all the little stories that are played out until the main one in the end. Okazaki's relationship with Nagisa is also very special and watching them grow up and establish a family of their own is something you really don't see in many animes out there. The music, damn, those key pieces, especially the piano ones that play out during the most emotional moments are sure to bring anyone to tears. If anyone's able to watch this without crying or getting teary-eyed at least once, then whoa... Still one of my favorite anime series out there and one that I always recommend. Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magika Movie 3: Rebellion - 1 Movie (2013) Enjoyment Score: 8 One thing that I want to get out of the way first with this movie is that it left a sour taste in my mouth. It's kinda difficult to explain. You see, everything was greatly animated and the action scenes and themes tackled were a joy to follow. I really get what the writers are trying to convey about what Homura did and her motivations, but I can't help but feel that the actual conclusion from the anime is so much better. I mean... I don't want to spoil anything but I really didn't like how this one ended, personally. If anything, I rather hold the anime's ending as the true ending instead. Again, I totally understand the motivations of everything that played through but I found the conclusion not to my liking, and a little overblown as well and difficult to follow. Even so, if you're a fan of Madoka then this one is a must-watch to know the full story. Mahou Shoujo Lyrical Nanoha A's - 13 Episodes (2005) Enjoyment Score: 9 A massive improvement over the first season. I thought Nanoha's first season had a lot of potential but was actually held back by some curios writing and the stiff action scenes. That's not the case with the A's season. The story is much more engaging, characters are nicely played out and there's an abundance of action scenes with a pretty good animation for the time. Holy, I was totally invested during this arc right since it started up until the moment it ended. The ending actually caught me a little bit off guard, though, when the series showed everyone as grown-ups but still, pretty good overall. One thing I'm totally not invested in is in the OP and ED themes. Man, for everyone anime out there that I love, there's a great song I associate with it and while the series does feature some nice accompanying scores throughout the episodes, the actual OP and ED weren't to my liking. Hopefully, Strikers will be as good as this season was.
  5. Happy to report that my VPN trick to get PSN cards out of Sony Rewards still works, because I was able to get this yesterday. ^_^

     

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    Of course, you still need an account from the US, the games and the trophies, but at least I can get a bone thrown my way even though I'm not in the US. :P

    I was only able to redeem a $10 card but hey, better than nothing.

    Let's see if I can get anything interesting from the store that's on sale right now.

    Any recommendations? :)

    1. starcrunch061

      starcrunch061

      Well, I've really been shilling for Riddled Corpses and Xenon Valkyrie (both of which are in the PS+ double discount sale). Since you likely don't have PS+ on your US account, though, they won't be $1.99 for you. If you can get them at that price (and you like retro games), they are real steals.

    2. Honor_Hand

      Honor_Hand

      I actually have PS+ and bought Xenon Valkyrie a few months ago. But yes, Riddled Corpses looks pretty good for the price. Have my eyes on that one and I'm also eyeing the Mega Man X and Contra Collections. :)

  6. Sound like someone is pissed with the game. But really, I absolutely loved these PoP games a lot back in the day. Played the hell out of the PC versions and both SoT and WW were my favorite action games at the time. The parkour mechanic was amazing, the camera worked wonderfully, the storytelling was adequate, everything on it just worked wonderfully. And yes, I also very much enjoyed Farah's company on SoT. As @Copanele mentioned, though, the PS3 ports have a reputation for being a terrible, half-assed job. They have a lot of bugs and Ubisoft apparently fucked up the game in every way imaginable. I haven't tried these ports myself, but damn, after reading posts like this one, I can't help but have second thoughts on that. Also, have in mind that some games age better than others. Compared to standard nowadays, some people have a hard time adjusting to how things were played back in the day. It's been happening with myself recently now that I've been tackling the old PS2 GTA games on the PS4. The controls feel ancient compared to what we have today. But again, it's only a matter of adjusting yourself to them. They're rough around the edges, for sure, but if they were able to work back then, they should be able to work today as well. You just need some time adjusting to the whole thing. Like, set your mind to the early 2000s period and you should be good.
  7. Platinum #113 - Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (PS4)

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    30,146 helicopters exploded later, I'm here... For the record, I killed around 2,800 people, and that's after I got 100% in the game, meaning all main story missions, rampages, vigilante side missions, and everything related to killing was already done. Let those numbers sink in. :| Anyways, Vice City, one of the greatest games of all time that doesn't really need an introduction. Rockstar's recreation of late 80s Miami, developed in just 9 months, controversial, over-the-top, full of parodies, and a game that would go on to become one of the best selling and most well-known titles out there. It's also GTA's smaller city in the series, but one that is full of personality and emotions for the many who made their way into becoming a respected crime lord there. One thing that I love here is how they started to deliberately spoof and satirize the people and culture of the time. You know the game is being both serious and not-serious at the same time and I love it for that, genius. Compared to newer sandbox games, it does feel dated. Particularly aiming and how the missions play out. You can't help but feel the game has seen better times. Even so, compared to GTA III, the auto-aiming feels much snappier here, meaning that is easier to lock-on to targets at a distance. The inclusion of a few extra weapons with manual aiming mode also help in making things easier to manage. :) 

     

    Something that needs to be said, there are a number of issues with the emulation here. As with other titles in the series, the PS4 is running an emulated PS2 version of the game, but the performance can certainly take a hit at times. Frames drop when there are many vehicles on-screen or when driving around Ocean Beach, Washington Beach, and Downtown. Sadly, the music also suffers due to this and becomes heavily distorted when the game slowdowns. This did happen to a small extent when I played GTA III but it's much more noticeable here. As always, remember to turn off Trails and Widescreen on the Display options and force your TV for a 4:3 aspect ratio to get the best image quality as the default settings suck. Going back to the music here for a second. It's safe to say that Vice City's collection of over 100 licensed soundtracks is truly legendary and by far the very best in the entire franchise. Simply put, there's more than one song for everyone here. Unfortunately, due to licensing issues, a number of soundtracks were removed from this version and while the remaining set is still powerful enough to carry the whole game, I can't help but lament the lack of Michael Jackson's Billie Jean and Wanna Be Startin' Something, or Bark At The Moon from Ozzy Osbourne. Expiring licenses suck man... Funnily enough, you can still hear Billie Jean in the back during a cutscene at the Malibu Club when you talk with Kent Paul, so I really don't understand how they can leave it there and remove it from the radio station. :hmm: For a full list of all songs, including those that were removed, you can check here

     

    Trophies are what you would expect from the series (except for Take The Cannoli!). They will come naturally as you progress throughout the story and do all of the side activities that the game has to offer. Getting to level 12 in the Ambulance is much easier here thanks to the vehicle not having nearly as much body roll and the enemy gangs being less armed. Being able to get Going Green, Bull in a China Shop and I'm Famous! while doing one of those well-remembered tank rampages that we used to do back in the day was awesome. Getting all 100 Hidden Objects is made easier thanks to the use of helicopters to fly around and the city being smaller. As a fun fact, I wanted to pop the Platinum with Chicken of the Sea (for sniping a seagull) but I inadvertently ended up getting mine during a rampage. :facepalm: Oh, and I used a glitch for One is Better Than Two because I was sucking a lot with the bike. 😅 Finally, Take the Cannoli... If you were to get this one by legit means and playing normally, I estimate like 20-30 years of regular gameplay to get it. Seriously, 1,000,000 points of criminal rank is crazy. By the time you finish the game, you would have less than 1% of progress towards it. Seeing as I had already some progress with blowing helicopters, in the end I opted to stick with this method and piled them up at the Hyman Condo. An annoying trophy and a low note to end such an amazing game.

     

    Purists are sure to cry fault with this version as there many issues in regards to the emulation. If you're used to newer games, getting back to such old control schemes can be tough and the removal of soundtracks is just sad. So, even though Vice City is a game that has to be played by everyone to check on how awesome it was back in the day, it's also hard to recommend based on what's on display here on the PS4. Its usual high price on the store doesn't help either. I'd say only fans apply here, but if you happen to find an absolute good deal on it, be sure to give it a go. Just be mindful of the issues and that ridiculously grindy trophy towards the end.

     

    * Random Fun Stats:

    - Most Favorite Radio Stations in order: Flash FM ("Crazy people love to flash"), V-Rock (The vulture will peck your eyes out! With the Master of Darkness, Laslow), Emotion 98.3 ("More mood swings than your pregnant wife" with Fernando Martínez), The Wave 103 ("Where boys and girls look the same. That's a little strange, isn't it?"), RRRRRRRRRadio Espantoso  ("La casa de Pepe, tu mejor amigo. Coño, tengo que parar de tomar tanto café"), Fever 105 (with DJ Oliver "Ladykiller" Biscuit).

    - Least Favorite Radio Station: KCHAT (great in its own way but pales against the other ones...and Maurice Chávez is so much better at VCPR)

    - Most Favorite Vehicles: Sabre Turbo, Cheetah, Banshee (exactly how is it rendered here), FBI Rancher, Sandking and the Tank (I still like this one better than the Hunter).

    - Least Favorite Vehicles: Idaho (It just sucks...), Landstalker (VC's rendition has lots of body roll), Mule (same as before), Faggio (Guys, seriously...)

    - Most Favorite Weapons: MP5, M4, PSG-1 Sniper Rifle, Minigun

    - Least Favorite Weapons: Grenades, Molotovs (Accidents happen...)

    - Most Hated Gang: The Haitian Gang (Just leave me the fuck alone when I'm cruising through Little Haiti!)

    - Favorite Mission: The Job (This is the one in which you, Phil, Cam and Hilary go and rob El Banco Corrupto Grande :awesome:)

    - Memorable Phrases: "Hey, I'm Rico. You the man with the big cojones" (At the start of the Stunt Boat Run for the Cubans), "You've got insurance, so don't be a prick" (while stealing a car), "What did I tell you before? NO GIANT SHARKS!" (talking to Steve at the Porn Movie Studio), "Just think of this as socialism in action" (while stealing another car), "Vance? Your name's Lance Vance? Lance Vance, poor bastard" (first helicopter mission with Lance), "Hello there officer. Nice badge, nice badge" (Lance poorly impersonating a cop) and many more...

    - Most HIlarious Radio Ads: Pastor Richards Salvation Statue I, D'Leo and Thurax Law Firm, Shady Acres, The Degenatron, Learn Redneck, Patriotism, Thor's Self-Help Tapes, Is your child a Red?, Exploder Evacuator Part II, In The Future There Will be Robots, Salivex.

    - Helicopters Exploded: 30,146... :|

     

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    2. Honor_Hand

      Honor_Hand

      Thanks, everyone! :)

    3. ee28max

      ee28max

      Well done! 💯 

      Pretty cool stuff I read. Man, why this grindy trophy? One of the few elements in games that ruin or kill the fun!

      I will be playing it on the PS4 and will take your advice on getting the best image quality. 

    4. Honor_Hand

      Honor_Hand

      @ee28max Yeah, Rockstart managed to sneak one grindy trophy on each game of the trilogy. Blowing up 2,000 cars in GTA III, killing 4,000 people in GTA: San Andreas, and the Godfather rank here in Vice City. The ones on GTA III and San Andreas aren't that bad, but the one here on Vice City was a total chore and killed the fun completely. :|

       

      Awesome. Best of luck there, ee28max. :D

       

       

  8. Welcome to Naughty Mondays. Because I promised on a previous status update that I would be showing some of the most recent figures to have joined my collection, here I leave you with a small selection of pictures of my 2 newest girls. Mind the spoilers, though, they're there for a reason. I hope they don't glitch out. :) 

     

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    More pictures on my profile here. Will post on the Figures Thread later on. ^_^

     

    Lately, I've been really enthusiastic about taking photos of my figures. I find it eerily therapeutic for some reason. Probably because I'm huge pervert. :hmm: The respectful kind, of course. 😅 Anyways, I digress. What I wanted to say is that I've been trying to improve on my photography by getting better lighting, playing with the angles and using The GIMP to do some nifty post-processing of my pictures and spark things up. It works wonders, let me tell you. Even so, I'm mostly working with an average phone. Planning to get a better one next year if things go alright. Also planning to invest in a small tripod and a lightbox for fun, to accompany my figure collecting hobby.

     

    Any other new figures that join my collection, you can be sure that I'll post about them here. See ya! :D

     

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    2. Honor_Hand

      Honor_Hand

      Yep, games are there too. Pretty sure I've stumbled across a couple of profiles that have there game collections added there. Not sure how complete the database is but it should have most titles there. And hey, if you have some albums no one else has, be sure to add them to the database since all the info in there is mostly user-driven.

    3. Ariadne

      Ariadne

      Looks like I've got work to do; Denkare is completely missing, many Yousei Teikoku albums/singles are missing, and of course various seiyuu related things need to be added and/or updated. It is primarily a database for figures though, so it's expected that they wouldn't have everything.

    4. Honor_Hand

      Honor_Hand

      Yeah, figures are its main thing. Everything else is mostly extra there.

  9. Yeah, the whole thing is super sweet. It's really only lacking those and maybe GC, PS2 and Xbox, but overall, the amount of systems it can emulate is pretty amazing. Its main hurdle is really the high cost it carries. I already had a hard time justifying the $120-150 needed for the RetroN 5 but this one is a lot more, and each module will also cost extra, so it all adds up in the end. 😅
  10. Pretty sure you're talking either about the Hyperkin RetroN 5 or the Retro Freak gaming consoles at first, right? I remember wanting one of those about a year ago too, but in the end, I decided to opt for emulation on a laptop instead. These types of projects are pretty cool for collectors, I must admit. If you own a large collection of physical games I can totally tune in on the appeal you find on them. Even though I went for the PC emulation route, I still find these consoles kind of cool in their own unique way. Now, in regards to what you're seeking, yes. There exists a project for it, and that's the Polymega gaming console. At the moment, it's a console with a modular design that it's planning to be able to play up to 30 different types of gaming consoles, including some early CD-based consoles, such as the PS1, Sega Saturn, Sega CD, Neo Geo CD, as well as a variety of games from the NES, SNES, Genesis, TG-16, Sega 32x, and their respective regional variants. My memory is pretty bad at the moment. I don't know if it was already released or if it is set to release in 2020. It's going to cost a pretty penny. If memory serves me right, the pre-orders were available some time ago for around USD $300. Again, I haven't really checked about it in a long time, but it's a project worth talking about since I think it caters exactly to what you're looking for. My friend @ShonenCat probably knows way more about it than I do, so he could probably fill you in.
  11. [GTA Vice City (PS4)] Rockstart should fuck themselves for coming up with the Take The Cannoli trophy in this game. Seriously, 1,000,000 points of criminal rating? That's insane! By the time I got 100%, I had like 4,000 or something and damn, I do like to go on rampages on every occasion. I opted to go for the Stacking-Helicopters-at-the-Hyman-Condo Method because I don't want to be hassled with starting a new game but even then, it's going to be quite the long, boring, mindless-button-pressing grind.

     

    Check this out. I thought it could be smart and use a macro for it to automate a good deal of the process. Thought my arcade stick could do that but I learned that mine doesn't have a macro function, unfortunately. Found this tool online, who works like a charm on a PC according to the people out there but the problem is that my network (both router and internet connection) is so craptacular that trying to use Remote Play with my PS4 usually ends up in a disconnection every 5 minutes or so. The joys of being poor. >.> Anyways, the macro does work and thought It would be useful to share around. You just need a PC/Laptop, your PS4, the Remote Play App and a decent enough connection for it to work. With this, you can say goodbye to most of the boring grinds out there in videogames.

     

    As for me, well... Guess I'll just strap some headphones and listen to music while I explode a bazillion helicopters for about 10 hours. :|

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    2. Honor_Hand

      Honor_Hand

      @BSKkayfabe So, the idea is to kind of have the Gatling Gun shooting at the exploded tank for hours, right? Sounds feasible. Do you have any other link for that video? That one you posted doesn't open at all and I cannot find it on YouTube either. Not sure of how to look for it either.

    3. BSKkayfabe

      BSKkayfabe

      The videos up on the other response buddy :)@Honor_Hand

    4. Honor_Hand

      Honor_Hand

      @BSKkayfabe

      Just saw it. It wasn't loading for me a short while ago. Thanks for the method, man. :)

  12. I received an email earlier today about this Sony Rewards thing and here I was thinking that it had already died earlier this year. Oh, well, I'll check later if I can redeem another PSN card before the closure date. I swear I've received like 3 emails at different points throughout this year stating that the service will be closing in a few months, yet here we're in November and it's still going on. I haven't been playing that much but I might still have a chance to redeem 1 or 2 $10 PSN cards. Nice!
  13. Great news! Not sure if they're going to happen or if they're not going to screw us (somehow) in the end but I would love for NFS Underground 1 & 2, and NFS Most Wanted (2005) to be remastered. Hell, even throw NFS Carbon there for good measure too. Another thing that would be cool is if they added all the old Burnout games to the store. I've only played Paradise and would definitely love to try out the rest of the franchise in proper HD and with trophy support. EA, make it happen, don't fuck up, please...
  14. Loving all the customization you did there. Idol Hell lmao xxD
  15. Amazing update, as always, @cr1s Even though it was a fairly slow week of gaming, I'm sure we can look forward to having more games to play out in the coming days. Besides, you need to defeat Monokuma at his own game, don't you? Here I am being thankful that the PS trophies were dumbed down. You saw what @CypherNova139 said up above about having to do a crapton of Freeburn Challenges online? Yeah, no thanks lol. I mean, for those who love playing online I'm sure it's a lot of fun but damn, that's a lot of online gaming for someone like me. If anything, I also got to re-experience the game once again on PS4 as well and it was a joy to play. Races and Stunt Runs are my favorite events. Marked Man events, I have kind of mixed opinion of them. Sometimes is cool and sometimes makes me want to cuss at the screen after being bullied by those other cars. The good thing about this particular type of event, that is Marked Man, is finding the best, most secure route for it. Or picking a car with enough strength also works wonders. But trying them in a weak car or without knowing any shortcuts, it's not something I'd recommend. Totally, you're bound to collide at some point. It's unavoidable. Good thing the crashes here play out like a ballet, but with scraps of metal and sparks flying in all directions. Simply put, the crashes are delightful to watch. They definitely spend their time (and money) making them look this great. I wholeheartedly agree with this. I don't know why so many people seem to hate DJ Atomika. He talks a lot, sure, but I honestly found his commentary, tips, advice, and general personality very likable. It really helps up to liven up the game even more and cruising the streets of Paradise City without his commentary wouldn't be the same. Looking forward to getting that 8-players in the Wildcats Baseball Stadium trophy done soon. It sounds like a game about work x3 Like, the next thing we're going to hear is about using MS Excel and PowerPoint as a concept for fun in our games. About the game itself, not sure what to say. It does look okay. Indie platformers are usually interesting to me but the whole style I'm seeing there, I don't know, looks unappealing. Who knows, maybe is not as bad. You seem to have had a pretty okay experience with it despite that setback that occurred with that particular glitch. Gotta love those btw. >.> Awesome work this past weekend with those online trophies on NFS Shift 2. It goes without saying but @CypherNova139's help was invaluable. Massive thanks and respect to him. Getting that King of the Hill trophy done was truly a work that would have required an amazing amount of teamwork and coordination with other people. if it wasn't by that MooStation Farm that was so helpful in getting things sorted out. Truth be told, both @cr1s and @CypherNova139 did most of the work, and I was only there on the sides assisting like once every 2 hours or so. 😅 I owe you two a big one there. x3 Personally, I'll be tackling the rest of the trophies on Shift 2 much later on, as I want to be able to use my steering wheel with it and since the previous table I used for it broke (due to too much GT5 Platinum attempts, yeah, that's a thing), I'll be needing to get a new one to fully enjoy the game. That and I want to play Shift 1 first too. If I'm right and as @Monokuma has been telling me in my sleep every night, @cr1s and I will probably be playing what's left of Two Worlds II soon. Ooh... greatness awaits there... I'm sure... Why Monokuma? Why? I really don't want to go back to it, but it looks like it's unavoidable now. o.O