Gooboid

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  1. Iā€™m glad to see my lifelong hobby crossing over into the mainstream. Enjoy!
  2. Judgment (PS5) My first foray into a Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio game and I loved it! I'm planning to start Yakuza Kiwami today with my partner, as she recently finished Yakuza 0 on her profile. The game is definitely unpolished and the engine causes some terrifically outlandish scenes with mopeds flying through the air and entire rooms exploding when you enter them, but the story itself was fantastic and the side content abundant and enjoyable. I'm hoping to work my way through all of the Yakuza games both mainline and spin-offs (yes, even Dead Souls!). The only thing in my way is an extensive backlog spanning three consoles!
  3. I'm not trying to debate the semantics of what is or isn't 100 percent, but I believe the current system (i.e. you have 100 percent when you have earned all base game and DLC trophies) is most logical.
  4. Why not milk the fandom? It's all about the profits, really
  5. Moving Out Some of the best couch co-op fun I've had since the days when all games were couch co-op. I'd recommend this to all gamer couples, without a doubt. Looking forward to the sequel that's scheduled for some point this year. Hopefully, it's more of the same because as we all know, if ain't broke, don't fix it!
  6. Moving Out Some of the best couch co-op fun I've had since the days when all games were couch co-op. I'd recommend this to all gamer couples, without a doubt. Looking forward to the sequel that's scheduled for some point this year. Hopefully, it's more of the same because as we all know, if ain't broke, don't fix it!
  7. This is good news. Masterpieces worthy of this treatment regardless of the level of trophy support, tbh.
  8. I really enjoyed platting this and was considering doing the PS4 stack, too. However, I noticed a lot of people mention bugs in the PS4 version, so don't think I will. Overall, it's a great game. I had a lot of fun playing and if you stick with it, it can be a really rewarding experience.
  9. I'm a huge fan of zombie games and have a soft spot for games set in the UK but even I draw the line at this!
  10. I recently platted this. If you have a look at the timestamps on my profile, you'll see I earned one of the most common trophies last. This is because, for whatever reason, I had to delete the game save and try again. I'm not sure how I'd feel if progress towards one of the 25 wins trophies got bugged. I'm really disappointed that Sony allow such buggy messes onto PS+ in the first place. (see Bus Simulator 21 for another example)
  11. Injustice 2 3,000 minutes played as Catwoman for the Cat Call trophy (without relying on ludicrous RNG) was only manageable via the PS Remote Play app and a screen clicker. Overall, a solid fighting game experience to this day.
  12. Anybody expecting a similar experience to 2019's Bus Simulator should avoid this game for now. I've encountered several game-breaking bugs and many people here are reporting trophy issues. Hopefully, devs react to this, they seem to be quite active on social media and featuring on PS+ should keep a spotlight on this game.
  13. Not looking good for this game. Another 20 minutes in and I've encountered passenger bugs that needed a soft reset. I'm now stuck in an infinite loop during the tutorial to create a new route. I've clicked through it four times to create four identical routes and there's no sign of it ending yet.
  14. I popped the fair dodger trophy during the tutorial. Haven't made it much further into the game but I'm really hoping this isn't too buggy. The last Bus Simulator was simple fun and I platted it with no trophy issues.
  15. The boost in performance to PS4 games is undeniably pleasant but there's been little to no great PS5-exclusive content. Also, the novelty of the triggers wears off fast with certain games and is uncomfortable rather than immersive. Overall, a little underwhelmed but excited to see what the coming years bring.