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  1. Fixed in NL as well. I can finally play this game, I've been waiting for the season pass to become reasonably priced, it never was in any sale. Now that the dlcs are free I can add it to my proper queue.
  2. The best crop to grind hectares with is grass. The main point of this is that mowing counts as harvesting and there's no need to empty harvesters. So no driving around in trucks selling/dumping your produce. When you have enough wheat and corn for your animals, just do grass. Grass does regrow on its own, but you might as well cultivate and replant to get those trophies. Cows hardly consume grass if you give them hay. Hay can be bought at the shop and the bail loader (under bailing technology) can transport 16 bales and comes with an auto loader. Sheep are easy as well: load up one largest loading wagon with grass and keep that on the feeding area of the sheep. This can then clean the sheep feeding area as well, like once every 2 days and has enough grass for the entire sheep breeding trophy.
  3. I followed your guide from start to finish and by tweaking it just a bit I did get my platinum. Thank you for all the hard work you put into that. The main issue was in chapter 1 of the normal ending route, a couple of locations and scenes didn't show up. Probably due to not handling the scene in the forest the way that set things up for later but going for the new words instead. So at the end of the normal route I didn't get the normal ending. I solved this by then doing the true ending, skipping through pretty much everything as I'd seen every scene by now up to the deciding point. In chapter 7 when speaking to the principle and having the choice to look at him, wakaba or nanami, make a save. Do wakaba for the good ending and nanami for the true ending. There were a few other "errors" as well, like trophies unlocking earlier (finishing chapter 5 for instance) or later (all the words in chapter 4). But I did get everything by following your guide (with the above addition). I can't understand a single word of portuguese, brazilian or otherwise, but google translate was able to give me a workable version anyway, so it all worked out for the parts where you wrote in your own language :). Thanks again!
  4. No work or family here due to disabilities. I'm 38 and gaming is about all I can do, has been for well over a decade now. I used to go to school as a child/teenager, but I still spend most of my time gaming. Being a mensa member I could afford to do school by doing nothing at home. After a few years university I finally collapsed permanently and I quit society to protect myself. why bother/how to motivate => I don't, I'm just having fun my way. I can focus on one thing at time, so I take it one game at a time. When I reach a point where my skills, focus, energy, disabilities get in the way I'll move on to the next. Sometimes I try to return to a previously started game and on rare cases I actually make some progress or even achieve every trophy. Drive club being the one I'm most proud of, skill wise. I had this game at <50% for years, until I finally figured out how to make some progress and I ended up getting very trophy eventually. When buying games I do check trophy difficulty, which becomes a more important factor the less fun I think the game will be for me. Two games that I enjoyed tremendously but don't have at 100% are yakuza 3 and resonance of fate. I tried a few times to get any progress but haven't been able to wrap them up for whatever reason. When did I start: probably ever since I tried to stand as a baby. I do things until I master them or I don't start at all, part of my one-focus disability. So this naturally applies to gaming as well. Does a 100% feel better than a normal play through => does not compute ;). Getting a 100% = a normal play through for me ... So, people are obviously different each other, hopefully this topic will increase the range of your understanding of how people are different from each other and how those differences can be applied to gaming, among other things.
  5. The DRP lottery weapon that gives +75% str is called Hades Weapon. I got that one in my first DRP 11 ticket batch, helped quite a bit. My final team was Abram + three human bakers who had mastered every class except mage, warrior and merchant. This is easily done by having the first three human followers in your human team from the start of the game. Always give them the same job to train and having the double JP ring from the DRP store equipped the entire game. My final stats for beating enah 10 rounds: level 92, atk 1388, str 1303. Abram just used the 10 hit attack and the bakers used 'team time' healing 20% hp and mp of everyone except themselves. I could probably defeat enah a few more times, but I got the platinum and am done with this nice in between game.
  6. It's working here as well :D.
  7. Thanks. It being nearly weekend I won't count on it being fixed within 3 days, though I'll probably keep trying anyway.
  8. That's how I got my three holeshots :P. Four by now, if you hold L1 and R2 before the start, and count about 6 seconds and then release L1, if you time it right, you start before the pack does. On some tracks you can make it (with some rewinds ...) to a holeshot this way.
  9. You'll earn a bit more if you pick a better sponsor. The higher the requirement for the sponsor the larger their bonus. I'm currently riding with oakly or gopro and they require me to finish in the top3. 15k for winning, 8.6k for sponsor objective in the 250 class, with all the bonuses mentioned in the first post set to zero. I'm aiming for holeshot starts to get that done first, got three so far.
  10. Servers worked for me a few hours ago, I could race on downloaded tracks. At the moment I can't though. Game version 1.12 (downloaded it this morning), EU region. Though I didn't get my trophy for completing a downloaded track on my first event. After finishing the 2nd I did get the trophy. At that rate, completing 30 events could well take 40+ events.
  11. The spawn condition for this treasure map is to release every crow from their cage. After doing so, there's a crow sitting on the center table with a scroll you can pick up. I am not going to search again for all crow cages but this is at least a partial list: The ones I missed: - Suvia: go left of the arena and enter the hangar, it's on the left of the scene (not sure if you can get this at the very beginning of the game when in control of Ive, you might) - Tremel Tree: take the lower flonder and keep going right, there's a small "camp" with a boat at the south end, there's a cage in the middle of the camp some others I happen to remember: - scrollroad: near the plains exit - zabar: somewhere
  12. The system froze on me four times, three times during 'the mission' and one time during 'the black sun'. Pausing the game and going to the menu "saves" the game at the last "checkpoint". During the mission this was useful. After the first freeze right at the end, I saved my progress after the firefight with the kid present and once more after saying goodbye to the kid. This way I didn't lose as much work in the next few freezes ...
  13. Thanks, I had this issue as well. Patience is key, clear a level with a good enough time and then wait ... about a minute to be save. No idea if disconnecting from psn has any function but I'm doing that as well, just because. If the game really stops saving, reboot the ps3 and it'll save again for a while ...
  14. I just encountered the very same. Since there's the option to continue with the story I'll do just that, it's not a fun way to play but at least I saw every conversation ...
  15. This was a great game while being too sick to even mindlessly grind xp in an rpg. With the exception of the executives mini games that is, some were a real pain. For aquatic: keep going from top to bottom and back again while shooting, you'll hit a lot of critters as they emerge. Prioritize survival, you can also move horizontally, that took me a lot of times to figure out I could do that -_-.