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  1. Better late than never! Black Flag was a pretty enjoyable game. Level 31 Just Like Starting Over Complete memory sequence 12.
  2. Game 1 Review (Sort of): Rise of the Tomb Raider Game rating: ?/10 Time played: ~2 hours Trophies earned: 5/125 I haven't been in much of a gaming mood this month, and it was a struggle for me to even start this game in all honestly. I can definitely see myself enjoying it in the future, but for now I can only comment on the short amount of time that I've spent with the game. I've managed to get through the opening two sections, and have stopped just after facing a bear for the first time. The game plays a lot like it's predecessor, and features familiar aspects such as base camps, skill points and an inventory that can be upgraded. Again this entry appears to be rich in collectibles, and I found myself getting lost in each level trying to collect everything before moving on. The combat so far has been very basic, and the lack of regenerating health has made the game more engaging (I started on Survivor difficulty) The focus on crafting and self healing seems like it's well implemented, and further encourages exploration. The step up in graphics compared to the PS3 version of Tomb Raider was instantly noticeable. Lara and places she visits look stunning, and I can't wait to see the other places she'll eventually traverse. Big fan of Lara's voice actor as well! Overall it's been a very pleasant introduction to the game, and it's just a shame I'm not in much of a mood to game. Let's hope I can show the next game on my list a bit more love 🙃 Next up: Assassin's Creed IV: Blag Flag
  3. LittleBigPlanet. Pretty sure it’s a game that I’ll never go back to. I’ve never even made it past the second world..
  4. 1.74% Fly The Co-op You completed "Deal Breaker", "Hangman's NOOSE" and "Bomb da Base II" in time. Looking likely that I'll finally be able to pick up this
  5. #128: Air Conflicts: Vietnam - Ultimate Edition (PS4) Another game I've tried out through PS Now. A very mediocre flight simulator. Graphics are not easy on the eye, and the game play is bland and repetitive. The majority of the campaign consisted of doing the same tasks over and over again with little to no variety in the landscape nor mission tasks. The multiplayer trophies seem easy at a glance, but gathering six people in a game as old and obscure as this is not easy. We got it done eventually though, big thank you to all involved. Not a game I'd recommend. Pacific Carriers seems like it'll be a lot better, which I'll play through at some stage. In other news, I've finally started the MP section of Grand Theft Auto IV. It's off to a smooth start, and I'm thinking I might just be able to pick up the platinum after all these years..
  6. I would be highly disappointed if they didn’t include multiplayer. I’d also love to see Spec Ops return. Those were the bulk of the difficulty in MW2’s platinum and were actually pretty fun/intense to go through, especially the Juggernaut missions. Honestly I wouldn’t even bother picking it up if it was campaign only. One of a few PS3 MP’s I truly miss and would love to be addicted to all over again...
  7. Forgot to post my starting stats. Watched the opening to both Horizon Zero Dawn and Shadow of the Colossus... needles to say I’m pretty excited. SOTC was pretty mind blowing! Games played: 158 Games completed: 132 Trophies earned: 5705 Trophies unearned: 521 Completion: 92.59% Given that there’s a further 389 available trophies between the 5 games I’ve selected, I’m expecting my completion rate to fall quite a bit. Looking forward to the month ahead.
  8. #127: FIFA 18 I never thought I'd ever have a FIFA platinum on my profile but this entry's trophy list was surprisingly approachable, especially for a casual player such as myself. This was one of the first games I played on my PS4, as it came bundled along with COD: WWII back in late 2017. Being the first FIFA title I'd played since FIFA 11, it was obvious to me the improvements made in the series throughout the years. The game play felt a lot more fluid, the character models and movements were much more lifelike and defending was no longer a case of holding down one or two buttons and letting the game do the work for you. Admittedly I turned on legacy defending during Ultimate Team which allowed me to do just that, and it made reaching Division 1 a cake walk. FUT ended up being an enjoyable mode, and I wasn't expecting it to be as addicting as it was. The mode felt stupidly boring at the beginning, as I started out on the easiest difficulty to ensure I made it to division 1 comfortably. Division 3 was probably the most annoying one as it's requirements consisted of me having to have a team full of silver cards. The difficulty never rose above world class, and a lot of the times difficulty didn't appear to matter. Some of the professional games felt a lot tougher than the world class ones, with some teams defense being near impenetrable and their keeper unbeatable. Aside from a few headaches, and multiple random disconnects during games, FUT was pretty much smooth sailing all the way to Division 1. Glad to finally have a FIFA platinum, and I wasn't going to let this become another unobtainable on my profile.
  9. Finally, it's nice to have this game back at 100% after it being incomplete for such a long time. Lost interest in this game and probably won't bother playing it anymore unless new trophies are patched in. Still a great game regardless, especially when playing with friends!
  10. I'm in. I have a huge number of games at 0%, but for this I've decided to go with the five that have been sitting at 0% the longest. Rise of the Tomb Raider (Jan 3) Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag (Jul 27) Horizon Zero Dawn (Jul 27) Shadow of the Colossus (Jul 27) Mafia III (Aug 7) Should be an interesting month. Honestly I don't know why I haven't started any of the above games already but I guess this thread is as good a motivator as any. I'll update this post with my completion rate at the end of the month. Not sure what I'm after getting myself into here... 🙃
  11. I never thought that I'd enjoy Ultimate Team as much as I am already. It was my first time trying it out the mode today and it really had me engrossed! Usually I get bored pretty quickly but I played FUT for five hours straight and had to force myself to stop playing. I'm going to play this pretty casually as I work on other games (Air Conflicts: Pacific Carriers & Assault Suit Leynos). Reaching Division 10 should be difficult but I think I'll able to get there eventually. Can't have another unobtainable FIFA on my profile 🙃
  12. 18 games total. Wasn't expecting it to be such a high number of different games, interesting topic though. Can see myself updating this eventually. FIFA 11 - x3 Grand Theft Auto IV - x5 FIFA 10 - x2 Killzone 2 - x5 Red Dead Redemption - x2 Gran Turismo 5 - x2 Crysis 3 - x6 Need for Speed: Most Wanted - x4 Call of Duty: World War II - x3 Grand Theft Auto V - x2 The Last Guardian - x5 MotorStorm: Pacific Rift - x1 Uncharted 2: Among Thieves - x1 Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood - x2 Call of Duty: Black Ops - x2 Rocket League - x1 Metal Gear Solid 4 - x2 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 - x2
  13. I just went back and updated my original post accordingly! Bayonetta turned out to be a very enjoyable experience and I'm glad I stuck with it. I understand, eight play through's is a lot for any game, especially one that you have already played in the past. I couldn't not platinum MGS4 though... one of my favourites of all time. I think I'll try to make my next three platinum milestones the three MGS titles I have left to plat! That won't be easy though...
  14. Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy! One of my favourites from the PS2 era.
  15. #126: Adventure Time: Pirates of the Enchiridion The first of a long list of games I plan to play available through PlayStation Now. I really must play more of these turn-based games as I find them rather enjoyable. The plot wasn't too interesting, and the characters within the game were pretty strange. At the beginning I struggled with the fights, but after acquiring certain characters the battles became pretty easy bar a couple of select encounters. The world itself is big, but there isn't to much too it after you've explored it all. I found the ship's speed to be painfully slow, and it was frustrating that the ship would stop every time I went to check the world map. This made specific side quests involving a lot of back and forth sailing a bit of a pain! The trophy list itself is very straightforward and by no means difficult. I think I spent around 10 hours on this game and I felt that was a good amount of time. Overall I found this to be a mildly entertaining game, and one that didn't overstay it's welcome.