SirDave1988

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  1. Daytona USA 100% added
  2. I remember playing this to death in the arcades when I was much younger and certainly before I could drive in real life and suffice to say, I didn't fare too well haha, but I did really enjoy it and how loud it was too back in the day. The PS3 version is a pretty good port with a super easy 100% list, possibly one of the easiest I've done. Enjoyed this throwback.
  3. Ratchet : Deadlocked plat added
  4. # 106 Ratchet : Deadlocked (PS3) Hero of the Shadow Sector Obtain all Ratchet: Deadlocked™ trophies As with pretty much all Ratchet & Clank titles past and present, this was a literal blast to go through. Back in the PS2 days, this was the only R&C title that I owned but never really played for whatever reason. I guess I got it around the time I got my PS3, so it got kind of pushed aside unintentionally, so it was good to finally give it it's due. Overall, yeah, it was great. It really took the arena battles from R&C 2 and made a whole game based around that concept, while still keeping planetary travel around. It's the perfect game to just chill out after work and have fun with shooting and platforming with a little bit of the trademark R&C humour thrown in. Although I did not experience it myself luckily, I have heard that there has been trouble with corrupted saves and trophies not unlocking, when they should, with this game, so be aware of that if you decide to go ahead and play this. Cloud saves will be your friend! Difficulty - 4/10 (Mainly due to the Skill Points) Enjoyment - 8/10 Game Time Taken to Plat - 17 hours (est)
  5. Mortal Kombat 11 plat added
  6. # 105 Mortal Kombat 11 (PS4) Elder God Komplete all trophies It's not very often I earn the platinum in a game that is still relatively new for everyone, let alone a fighting game and let alone one from NetherRealm studios. Just shows how easy this platinum is, I would say it's about as easy as Tekken 7 honestly. I'm a massive Mortal Kombat fan, particularly the first live-action movie, which was one of my favourite movies growing up, so I had to pick this up as soon as it came out, and for the most part, it was absolutely worth it. As a fighting game, it is very good. Graphics are awesome, the gameplay is the best in the series so far, the audio is good and fits the game and the fatalities are the best/funniest/goriest yet. As for the character roster, well, they couldn't please everyone, but I think overall it's pretty good. Will definitely be checking out the DLC characters once they are released, shame you have to pay for them. As for negatives, it is the grindiest fighting game I've ever come across, even if the Krypt itself is really well done. Even after spending nearly all the currency I had post-platinum, as far as i can tell, the Krypt is like half finished, if that, which is mental. Overall though, if you like fighting games or been a MK fan in the past, I definitely recommend picking it up. Very good. Difficulty - 3/10 Enjoyment - 9/10
  7. Castle Of Illusion Mickey Mouse 100% added
  8. Really enjoyable 2013 remake of the classic Mega Drive/Genesis game from the early 1990's. Apart from a few of the collectables, it was not too difficult overall. A short, sweet, charming platformer.
  9. LEGO Pirates Of The Caribbean platinum added
  10. # 104 LEGO Pirates Of The Caribbean (PS3) All hands on deck! Collect all Trophies. Normally when I write about these plats, I always manage to have things to talk about each specific game, but with this one, I'm struggling, as it is literally exactly what you would expect. A retelling of the first 4 POTC films in the LEGO style with all the comedic beats that come along with that.... and.... yeah, that's kind of it. Having played and platted PS4 LEGO titles, it was interesting to go back and see how much simpler these games used to be on the previous generation. It was still quite a grind but it was much more straightforward.
  11. Devil May Cry 1 platinum added
  12. # 103 Devil May Cry (PS3) Platinum Trophy Unlock all trophies This one nearly defeated me, it's right up there with the most difficult plats I've ever done. After playing and finishing Devil May Cry 5 (which is absolutely fantastic by the way), I got the urge to go back through the series once again and play the classics. I'd always had unfinished business with this platinum having given up initially on Griffon 3 on Dante Must Die difficulty a few years ago and decided to give it another go. After an initial struggle, I managed to take him down, and even though I knew the worst was to come, nothing could have prepped me for the challenge I was about to face. Seriously, Dante Must Die difficulty in DMC1 is the mot difficult task I've ever done in a hack-and-slasher. It is harder than ANYTHING in the God of War series, let's put it that way. I'm also happy to have a Devil May Cry platinum finally, especially this one. It's one of the most nostalgic, brilliant games I've ever played on PlayStation, having played it way back on the PS2 in 2003 in school. This game would absolutely be up there in contention for my top 10 games of all time. It's not perfect, far from it, but there's just something about it that makes it like a time capsule to another part of my life. What else can I say? Awesome 😁👍
  13. Oh god, I'm getting PTSD thinking about that. There is zero margin for error in that game, 1 centimetre out and you're toast, and that's no exaggeration. Thanks. Haha yeah both in game and real calories were plentifuly consumed during this plat, though I didn't have to eat flies luckily 😂. (Also Grat on the Plat sounds like a trophy reward scheme PlayStation should do, has a nice ring to it)
  14. Spy Chameleon platinum added
  15. # 102 Spy Chameleon (PS4) All trophies earned Congratulations! I think this was a PS Plus game from back in mid-2017 that I'd started, enjoyed for a bit and then moved onto something else, kind of like the majority of my backlog. Decided to pick it back up again as I'm finishing old games up. Good lord, little did I know the challenge that was ahead of me!! The premise is simple:- Get from point A to point B while avoiding obstacles, cones of vision, motion-cameras and changing colour at certain points, hence the chameleon part, amongst other things. Sounds simple, right? Well, holy cow, does it ever get tough and millimetrically perfect when you get down to the challenges that the game offers, particularly the timed ones. Let's put it this way, no other plat I've done has made me do this as often as this one did:- Yeah, it wasn't easy haha, but glad I stuck at it and persisted, that's another one off the list. Apart from some of the challenges, I enjoyed it, it was different. If you are attempting this plat yourself, good luck. Oh, and video guides will be your best friend haha. Here's my end game stats too (Yeah, this game can be as quirky and weird as the stats show you