Ekir

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  1. I didn't try my luck, and before I tried my first trophy (resting on the hands of the big statue) with the NA version I was playing with, I continued playing with the EU (my PSN region) version, so I can't help in that regard. I could jump from one version to the other with zero problems and keep my progress, though. Thing is, I couldn't use the Paimon store with the NA version. Looks like playing with a version from a region that is not the same as your PSN account, can break certain things. Keep this in mind in case you want to dedicate too many hours to a different version of the game.
  2. I don't like The Witcher saga because I think their combat suck. I'd like to enjoy Disgaea, but the more I played them the more I felt they are done for edgelords in the closet. While I appreciate TLOU, I feel nothing playing the 1st and 2nd part. I just loathe stealth mechanics, and I didn't fancy their stories. I played all GTAs, until 4. I'm so burned out of them that I didn't even play 5, or RDR2, or more sandboxes from Rockstar. I find new Final Fantasy games a complete boredom, played FFXIII-2 ten minutes and since then I can't touch that saga. Zero hype for FF16. I like fighting games, but find Mortal Kombat animations absolutely atrocious. Done, for now.
  3. - SO4 platinum (around 650 hours) the same summer I was preparing for the university's admision test that September. It went fine! - 1st worldwide in Sims 4 with no tricks. I love the franchise and even if I think the 3rd is funnier, the 4th gave me fun as well. And nowadays I see constantly people playing it for a quick platinum (using the server exploit) while they rant that the game sucks and they can't stand it πŸ˜’ looks like is the new Hanna Montana, Ratalaika aside.
  4. I'm not 100% sure, but I think they are retroactive. For example, I did around 10 domains before its mission unlocked in the BP (and did many of those before even AR 20), and now being AR 23 I have 10 out of 15 after the weekly reset for the first time I'm having domains to do for BP XP. Same with many other things they will ask you for the first time. Things you made at the blacksmith, Mona spent, etc. A lot of these things I did between the very beginning and AR 20 counted as a task done when I first opened the BP interface. I don't know if it's done on purpose, or if they will fix it some day. p.s. in your case even your kleptomania helps, some missions are about grabbing specialties (herbs, fruits included) from each land
  5. I'm fine if they add more trophies about chests. At least they are rewarding, they give AR XP, money, XP items, sometimes weapons or artifacts... imagine instead if they asked us to look after collectables that are worth shit, like the 150+ wanted posters in Mafia 2, my god, that was AWFUL and TEDIOUS. Serious PTSD flashbacks incoming 😒
  6. MaWaifu Because with no waifu there's no laifu 😍
  7. It's a remaster that combines both games stages in one, with slightly revamped graphics. You can even use the ps3 video guides if you play the ps4 game.
  8. Judging how easy is to get the first 200 levels, looks like it's been done to give casuals a more accentuated feeling of... satisfaction? however after that goal has been reached, the system asks wayyy more trophies to level up. It wouldn't amaze me if more than half of the player base is in the 200-300 range. Is quite dumb though, even most trophy hunters don't think in their player levels, but achieving new platinums and 100%s. Or that's my perception.
  9. What's next, are they going to put the old store in the same server where we choose the trophies we want to hide, or the one rarely used for crossplay saves? Because they fail tons lol Besides, the ps3 and vita store apps are slow and just suck Terrible news indeed
  10. I know, I played Mercs on Amiga and it was amazing. That's why I said half the games they did, because as much as I hate them *ahem* some of their games were good. Did you play their Street Fighter 2 port though?
  11. Wait what? you don't have to spend money for a "level", you are supposed to play and enjoy your games. And after that, there's "that number" people should care less. Dude if it's just suffering just don't go for it, is not that hard!!!! I'm quite completionist myself, and I've played some awful games but even My name is Mayo gave me some fun, as stupid as that game is. I played way worse trash back when I was a teen, with a 8-bit computer. There was a game company, US Gold (ironically they were british), that half the games they did/ported were the absolute worst. And even so, I'm not going to play Ratalaika games if I see they are trashy and made mainly for trophy hunters as a cash grab.
  12. Sad thing is, when the game went out, ragequitters were a common thing and were rampant with no penalty. So it was way worse back in the day. The info is quite outdated, from Super Bronze onwards if you are from the same division, you lose (more or less) the same points the other guy wins. Until Gold at least, I don't know in upper levels. The info from the guide nowadays only apply to Rookie and the basic Bronze League, where if you lose you barely lose points and your victories account for much more. If you lose against someone from a division one level lower than yours, you will lose a lot, and the risk&profit diminishes the bigger the gap is. For example imagine you are a 2995 LP Silver, that after winning against a 1505 LP Ultra Bronze, he goes to Super Bronze and you go to Super Silver. If you do a rematch and you lose against him, you will lose a lot of points, more than 90. If you had won, you'd win around 25 points. And yeah, the opposite applies as well. I love doing rematch against guys that just rank up after our first match, as that means If I lose against that player the penalty would be lower than before, and if I win I would win way more LP.
  13. Keep in mind that in the original game you had to be first, but some time after, the devs made a patch so you just had to end the career (and maybe even dumbed down the rivals), with no need to end first in order to continue the game. So it could very well be that when you were a child, you played the original game with the race being frustratingly hard, and in 2014 you played quite surely an easier version of the race. If the race in the remake is as hard as the original one, lots of people are going to suffer lol. Unless you are good in racing games, i'ts going to be a PITA, the higher mountain to climb for the platinum.
  14. Woah wait. You guys did more than once the survival on Extreme? Even after the AE patch, that's exhausting lol. We're still talking of 100 enemies on extreme, right? at least when I did it before that patch. I'd rather do Hard (20k exp) with two characters, than Extreme (40k exp). Right now with the CE I'd just spend the first 500K on the season 5 characters. That makes a grand total of 45 characters, and an average of level 23 for all your fighters in order to get 1M (without the help of weekly missions, or the sporadic golden soldier). You can also couple this data with the one supplied by Copanele for each survival mode done. Remember, each level earned gives you 1000 FM EXP REQUIRED FOR EACH CHARACTER 0 to 1 - 300 exp 1 to 2 - 350 exp 2 to 3 - 400 exp 3 to 4 - 500 exp 4 to 5 - 600 exp 5 to 6 - 700 exp 6 to 7 - 800 exp 7 to 8 - 900 exp 8 to 9 - 1000 exp 9 to 10 - 1100 exp 10 to 11 - 1200 exp 11 to 12 - 1400 exp 12 to 13 - 1600 exp 13 to 14 - 1800 exp 14 to 15- 2000 exp 15 to 16 - 2200 exp 16 to 17 - 2400 exp 17 to 18 - 2700 exp 18 to 19 - 3000 exp 19 to 20 - 3300 exp 20 to 21 - 3700 exp 21 to 22 - 4100 exp 22 to 23 - 4500 exp 23 to 24 - 5000 exp 24 to 25 - 5500 exp
  15. People usually rage about SNK bosses, but I forgot how the AOF saga might be at the top of that. Back in the nineties *exhaling*... I remember myself beating mr karate on the arcade, after too many tries through many weeks. Years after that, I played AOF2 and AOF3, and thought they were frustratingly cheap. Even regular enemies could read your inputs and do the best movement against your attack, it was so infuriating. I thought to myself, hey, AOF1 wasn't such garbage. And now I'm reconsidering my memories: mr Karate (AOF1) is a cheap bitch that, as soon as I enter the input, chooses from 1-3 different attacks that land on my face no matter what I do. I feel like I am in a fight where the other guy sees me in slow motion and reads my mind knowing what I'm doing every moment. This is not, simply put, difficult, this is cheap as hell. A cheap AI that forces the player to play as cheaply as possible in order to win. I guess I'll win against mr Karate again (and it's two times, hard and normal, right? ugh) but just thinking in AOF2 and Geese, gives me the chills.