Aceboy9

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  2. Red Dead Redemption 2 Currently at 1.55% Took me 4 months and two days And my next Ultra rare platinum was the original Red Dead Redemption
  3. Heavy Rain-Such a good original score, movie like quality in my opinion. Metal Gear Solid series, especially 4 Assassins Creed II and brotherhood GTA IV Infamous 1 and 2 Mafia II and III Max Payne 3 Skyrim Red Dead Redemption II Uncharted 4 Looking at this list it seems older games tended to have soundtracks that stood out to me more. Maybe it’s nostalgia playing a role in me picking these games.
  4. Haha dude I just did this yesterday in my platinum run. I nearly lost my mind. I actually thought it was impossible to get this mission done for 100 percent sync. Had to use the parachute to cut down mere seconds because I couldn’t wait for Ezio to climb his slow ass up. Thought this was going to be a walk in the park, boy was I wrong.
  5. I only attempted this mode once but I died in chapter 3/4 whatever chapter was the stadium level. I was near the end of the level on the walkway before the long ladder, got into last man standing and the guy was behind a pillar in cover and I died. I said no thank you after that
  6. I'd say that's a fair metacritic score for the game. 75 would be more fair but that's just a few points higher. I think the critics were too hard on the game and it really isn't as bad as they make it out to be. I think if they got the "fixed" version of the game they probably would have liked it better. Days Gone pales in comparison to the other Sony first party exclusives and is definitely the weakest one out of the bunch but that's not a bad thing. They still put out an enjoyable experience. Days Gone just doesn't take any risks, they made a very "safe" game. They borrowed a lot of elements from other open world games that worked and threw them into this one, without expanding on them or making them worse. It's painfully average but it didn't effect my enjoyment of the game.
  7. Definitely Red Dead Redemption 2 for me. It was my longest platinum ever (200 hours) my rarest trophy as of now, and is my 50th platinum.
  8. 9 days, 19 hours, 27 mins I took my time playing the single player but once I was done that it sure was a hell of a grind to plat. I enjoyed most of it besides the gold medals and online. The rest of the single player trophies I didn’t mind, it was a great game to listen to podcasts while I played.
  9. I prefer rarity over quantity. I’m not going to waste money on a 10 minute platinum, there’s no pleasure in earning that, unless the game is free like Cohan Exhiles. To each their own, but I feel it lessens the value of a collection. But it really doesn’t matter at the end of the day does it?
  10. My first console was the original Playstation. I didn’t have a lot of games for it as the PS2 just came out when I got it so I eventually got PS2 not long after. I had a good ps2 collection before I stupidly traded everything in. Been trying to recuperate them ever since.
  11. My goal for this year is to make a dent into my backlog over the summer and platinum as many games as I can. I would like to hit 70 platinums by the end of the year, think I have 56 right now but if I hit 70 it would be the most platinums I have gotten in a year.
  12. I’m not much of a platformer gamer but if I had to pick it would be crash bandicoot and sly cooper. Little big planet is a good candidate too.
  13. Neither State of play impressed me but now they set the tone for what the rest of them have in store. I’m not expecting anything big from future state of plays as my expectations for them are now put in check. Just going to have to wait for PSX for announcements I actually care about.
  14. Metal Gear Solid 2 Sons of Liberty Snake Beater Get caught by Otacon stimulating yourself #Diditforthetrophy
  15. I’d say Horizon Zero Dawn for me. I really enjoyed being in that world and the game was so beautiful to look at. The music in that game also gave off the vibe of calm and peaceful when you were just exploring around the world. Then you turn the corner and see a thunder jaw and shit gets real.