The7thINFANTRY

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  1. The trophy requires 200000 total notes to be hit but my question is- do long (held) notes count towards this trophy? I've seen another guide mention that they do but I've been playing ICEY (6K EZ mode) over and over again since it has many held notes which allows a total combo of 1879 after each play. I've also heard that this trophy might be bugged- that the note tracking might be incorrect. Can anyone clarify? In the meantime, I'm going to keep replaying ICEY for the held notes and will update if I get it. Update: Just got the platinum, Button Killer was my last one. Not sure if it mattered but I switched from grinding ICEY to LaLaLa Refrain (4K EZ) which has many held notes summing 1532 every playthrough.
  2. My estimate would be a good 4-6 hours.
  3. Sorry for the late reply! I'm glad to hear that you were able to get the trophy with little trouble! This confirms that the trophy does not require it to be done in one whole playthrough and it can be done by chapter, thanks for the info!
  4. Hello, I'm currently working on the platinum for moon myself and from what I can tell, according to the GameFAQs guide, there is an event where you gain love that might be missable. Without giving any spoilers, you must help someone build something that requires five parts and the event must be done after handing over the fourth part but before you hand over the fifth and final part. I cannot confirm this myself as I had done the event according to the guide and even then, the author of the guide is not quite sure either as they write- "You NEED to do it before handing over the 5th piece (I think)". Hopefully this helps!
  5. I have three animals left to catch in moon, with Gigar being one of them. However, I have no idea how to catch them since they are alive. The GameFAQs Guide states that you can let the Hero kill Gigar and catch them that way, but I had fended the Hero off by using the costume (while on fire) so Gigar is still alive. The moonRPG Wiki states that "specific events are needed to trigger in order for the protagonist to obtain Perogon's Love" so I'm assuming that the aforementioned event is what it's referring to? If so, does that mean that catching Gigar is missable and I would have to start a new playthrough since I have already finished that event long ago in my current game? UPDATE: Just got the platinum, which includes catching all of the animals and it seems that the event at the house where you fend off the Hero is how you "catch" Gigar, for a lack of a better word, even though he never dies.
  6. Can confirm that the Freeplay glitch still works as of version 1.03, at least for the trophies related to kills as I had just unlocked the ASSASSIN trophy (Get 50 total kills). I assume that tasks will still count towards their respective trophies using this method but I’m far from 500 to check immediately.
  7. Glad I could help! I believe that's the price I picked up the game for and I felt it was fair. It's a very short experience but I agree in that it is refreshing to play "aerial mecha" types of games as they are few and far between. I recently picked up the Zone of the Enders HD Collection for PS3 so I'm pretty excited to jump into that one at some point.
  8. Since there is no guide for Wing of Darkness, albeit it doesn't really need one as the trophy list is straightforward, I thought I'd give some tips for some of the trophies that require some grinding and will likely be the last you'll need to unlock. The trophy Saving Face requires the player to get hit 1000 times in total. Many of the enemies damage the player slowly and often have a hard time hitting you in the first place if you're boosting for the most part. I found that the best place to grind this trophy is in Mission 4 on Super Easy Mode. Just after starting the mission you will see a swath of tanks on the land in front of you. Simply float between three to four of them that are in formation and they will constantly fire at you rather quickly. Within about two minutes, I was close to almost 300 hits taken so this trophy should pose no trouble. Remember that this trophy (and the next) pops after completion of the mission, not during the mission so make sure not to waste too much time here. For the Ace Candidate trophy you must defeat 1000 enemy Frauleins. Frauleins are enemies similar to the character you play as: people with mecha attachments. The best place I found to grind this trophy was also in Mission 4. Simply ignore all stationary enemies and focus on the main targets that are highlighted by pink. Go to each main marker across the map for each of their spawns and unload your primary weapon (I found the standard load-out for this mission optimal). Each run of this mission took me about 7-8 minutes with roughly 70-ish Fraulein kills, if I remember correctly. It's important to note that playing on Super Easy Mode is highly recommended as your max ammo capacity is significantly increased as is its reload time and damage output. In general, stick with Super Easy Mode and you'll have both trophies in no time. I also want to note a technical issue with this game that I had noticed during my grinding. After each mission replay I had noticed that the performance, the framerate in particular, is reduced with each mission load. The framerate had gotten so bad to the point that it was looking like a PowerPoint presentation and was hindering my grinding process. Even the main menu visual effects were slow and choppy. The solution I found was to simply close the game and relaunch it. Hopefully someone finds this post helpful!