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  1. So I figured what I was doing wrong. You have to unlock hard and extra hard mode for the final challenges to unlock. This means playing levels 1 to 7 in Normal, and then Hard mode.
  2. Hey peeps. Quick question, does anyone know how to unlock the DLC challenges? Do I need to pass the challenges from the original list? Thanks!
  3. Been a while since I played a well balanced and enjoyable Shmup on the PS4. Having great fun on the path to Platinum.
  4. It has to be the clear arcade mode at Veteran level in Nex Machina. That 5th boss is just doing my head in. However I have heard I could obtain the trophy using local-coop so I might give it another go.
  5. They are for playing the exact same tournament, year in year out. Each trophy/year is a different experience.
  6. My first trophy was in 2008 July, Superstar Dust on the PS3. And back then 100%/Platinum WAS an experience. For starters obtaining a game was harder compared to today. PSN was not as advanced, and the content was poor. Organising Boosting sessions were a mission within itself. I personally rented most of the games in the early days. You really did have to put the effort in despite the game being easy. I have the Hannah Montanas, the Barbies' day outs, The Disney movie games Platinums; but all of these were family fun, took about 20 hours a piece, and were decent games - most importantly a memory. I've also spent 10000s of hrs earning Platinums on games like Resogun, Superstar Dust, Geometry Wars 3, Alienation, All the ACs, HZD, Burnouts, NFS, and RDR2 too. Then there are the other games which I played and earned many more trophies but not the platinum - I still had fun. Have some great Vita Platinums too. This entire argument about cheap and quick Platinums is a myth really. Most people like myself play all sorts, and truth be told, some of the cheap and quick Platinums are more enjoyable than AAAs. I'm old skool, I grew up in late 70s and it's all about game-play and having fun. I have ditch some of the Ratalaika games in the first few minutes of playing because I didn't find the games fun. I never play FPS genres, no matter how many trophies you give away. If I like the game I will play it again, and getting the additonal trophies is a bonus, and why not? If M.Jordan can have 6 of the same trophies while doing what he loves, why can't I? I look at my trophy record and it's really a long documented memory of something I passionately enjoy and that's playing video games. I just hope Ratalaika release more Shmups this year!
  7. Have you been back to your ranch? The statue is above the chimney. You have to find the statue a number of time before the trophy finally pops.
  8. I've played and stacked quite few, but despite being easy platinums, I have,'t played about 20 from the list simply because I didn't like the game.
  9. Global Leaderboard Increase Trophy point limit per game to say 2000. Improved Search/Sort ability Include trophy list when purchasing game via PSN Progress tracker Dedicated Trophy app
  10. Assassin's Creed 1
  11. It took me a good part of 2 weeks to find this Moose. This Moose should have a trophy all on its own.
  12. Burnout Paradise on PS3 [2nd October 2009] and PS4 [7th April 2018] So almost 8.5 years.
  13. Wow. Roles are great. I stopped at Rank 50 in Jan 2019, and now back online since the plat, and rank 65. I maxed out Collector role (but never got a complete set). Now working on Trader and Bounty. Though my story progression is stuck at 77%. [I have complete the original 8 online story missions].
  14. Pretty much spot on. The only difference for me was that I did all the online trophies, including Rank 50, on the beta online. There were no roles back then, and trust me, that was boring! I now find the online very enjoyable, especially since the platinum. My daily challenge streak is 10 days, never been this long. Anyone thinking of RDR2 Platinum needs to be prepared for the ultimate mental test IMO. I have the patience to watch Test Cricket (5 days), but boy oh boy, the hunting in RDR2 challenge anyone including those with long fuses! Zoologist, Skin Deep, and It's Art - triple terror trophies! I spent 2 weeks searching for the perfect 3 Star Robin. 2 weeks for the West Bull Moose. I don't know if these hunts are easier after almost 18 months of the release, but back then hunting was tough as hell. I managed to get all but 2 trophies within 3 months of day one purchase, but took a 6 month break before going for Best in the West, and Gold Rush. I completed 48 Replay using stock setting, and as you said, the ability to use upgraded gear was a god send from R* at the right time other wise I was dreading the final 22 Gold missions using stock gear. RDR2 Platinum is a test in mental, physical, and gaming endurance. Hence why I believe RDR2 is one of the most difficult platinums out there.
  15. I got the platinum yesterday and without doubt the most rewarding platinum ever. I invested a total of 339 hours [inc online], and now am playing online, and enjoying it more. I purchased a Day 1 release, so this plat took me about 1 year and 4 months to achieve. I have a 6 and 2 month break in between. This game is a technical masterpiece. The world created by Rockstar is breathtaking. You could spend hours just wandering, however if you want to Plat the game, then prepare for a long slog, this game will test your patience, and if you have a short fuse, then RDR2 plat is not for you.