Reason given by reporter: (Too Fast) Too many games done with not enough "real time" played to be a coincidence.
What is the "real time" and how can this person know how much time I spent playing games? This is just blatant jealousy from another player. I have completed it within 1 week 10 hrs, whereas the fastest achiever has completed it within 2 hrs 18 minutes.
This might be too fast by the reporters standard, but not by mine. If I really have to, I can recreate these completions on a video and upload them.
I Am Bread
I Am Bread
Reason given by reporter: (Too Fast) Two hours "real time" just simply isn't possible. Account has too many super hard games with nearly no playtime to be authentic.
This might be too fast by the reporters standard, but not by mine. Who sets the standard for the time required to achieve trophies? What about other people who completed the game in 7 hrs, will they be removed off the leaderboard too? My completion time is 6 days, 3hrs, where did the reporter get "two hrs real time" from? On my profile it clearly states how much time it's taken me to achieve each consecutive trophy..
The reporter claims I have too many super hard games with no playtime, and with all respect, how does he measures my time playing on PlayStation?
I can recreate these completions on a video and upload it if needs be. But it's ridiculous having to prove your own innocence in a country with a legal principle of the presumption of innocence. The burden of proof should lie with the accuser to prove I have done something against the rules, not the other way around. A simple 'he's done it quicker than I would like it' should not suffice to ban other people!
Reason given by reporter: (Too Fast) Having too many Ratalaika EZPZs
Too many easy platinums is a flaggable offence? Can't ban people based on the diversity of the games' difficulties. Just to be clear, do I have too many super hard or too many super easy games?
The reporter said it's been completed too fast, are the other 10 of the fastest achievers, who completed the game in under 6 minutes, getting banned too?
If needs be I can record playing the game on a blank account and send the video.
Resident Evil 2
Resident Evil 2
Reason given by reporter: (Too Fast) This person sent me a random, blank friend request on PSN. While 100%ing this game in 6 hours is possible, I am reporting this profile for overall looking suspicious. A concrete example: The "Hell of a Sheriff" trophy was earned 6 min 15 Secs after "Got 'Em". The fastest "Hell of a Sheriff" speed run I could find was at 5:40. With things like loading times, this time in-between the two trophies is not realistic. Comparing this to those above him on the leaderboards, the time they take between these two trophies is significantly longer (minimum 12 minutes). Other than this, he has earned close 268 platinum including in very difficult games such as Wolfenstein 2, I am bread, and Surgeon Simulator at a very short time (7 months old profile). Moreover, looking at the timings in Wolfenstein 2 and Dark Souls 3, they are both earned in about 2-3 days during the same time period. There are several similar examples of this.
"Got Em" is the trophy for shooting all Raccoon statues in the DLC. The 10th Raccoon is found DURING the No Way Out scenario behind a door which opens multiple times throughout the scenario. This raccoon can be shot at any point during the scenario whilst the door is open. Whoever wrote this report clearly has no understanding of Resident Evil 2’s trophies.
With regards to having earned over 250 platinums in the space of 7 months - this isn't against PSNprofiles terms. With Wolfenstein and Dark Souls 3 - it's not against the T&C to play different games at the same time. It also isn't against against the rules for other people to play different games on one account at the same time. This whole complaint is a hearsay with no actual proof against me!
I can backup hard games with screenshots if needs be, such as Wolfenstein 2.
Reason given by reporter: (Too Fast) Too many Ratalaika EZPZ's
Too many easy platinums is a flaggable offence?
Can't ban people based on the diversity of the games' difficulties. Again, too fast for his liking, but what about all 50 fastest achievers on the leaderboard? Are they getting banned too? With my 10 minutes, 9 seconds completion I didn't even cut it in the first 50 fastest achievers...