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  1. My last update was never added to the spreadsheet, so I'll just quote it here for convenience:
  2. Thanks @eigen-space and @BigHonkingOne. I'll be putting the badge in my trophy checklist.
  3. Got One Word by POWGI ready to pop for the event. It's the least interesting of all the POWGI games and has the least content in it as well, but it's still an enjoyable game for a few hours, and I'll need a high % platinum for another event. Mainly did this one first just in case I don't get anything else done, but I don't think that will happen. Still have over a month to go.
  4. Another fantastic visual novel starts off the platinum hunting in 2019. #110 428: Shibuya Scramble Well, that image won't make sense even if you've played the game and gotten the true ending, you have to go even further than that. Anyway, the game is mostly spoiler territory, so I'll keep this short. It starts off with a rookie police detective assigned to a kidnapping / ransom case, but eventually becomes a lot more than that with a former gang leader, a journalist, a laboratory head and a girl trapped in a cat suit joining the detective as main characters. All of them are heading through Shibuya, and your task is to make sure they all stay alive and on track towards the end of the game. Easily this is one of the best VNs I've read and the localization is fantastic as well. Definitely a great pick up for any VN fans, shame that it isn't on the Vita (but you can always remote play it!) I also beat Yakuza Kiwami 2. I was going to do the Majima Saga as well, but I learned it was connected to Yakuza 0 (which I haven't played) so I'm going to hold off on that for the moment until I get to Yakuza 0. Yakuza Kiwami 2 (+9, 31/59)
  5. Locking in two games to start. N2 is filled in by 428: Shibuya Scramble, which I used for the Twelve Days of Trophies event here. G2 is fiiled in by Yakuza Kiwami 2, where I finished the storyline earlier this week.
  6. Haven't updated here in a while, but I do have some new completions to add to the list. 12: MUSYNX 11: Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight 9: Persona 4: Dancing All Night 6: 428: Shibuya Scramble 3: Doodle God (100%) 1: Word Sudoku by POWGI Persona 5 had one of my favorite soundtracks of 2017 and a rhythm game around them was a good idea - the remixes aren't great but i still enjoy the original tracks that are also in the game. One of the main characters of 428: Shibuya Scramble is a father of two daughters who struggles to connect with them (as well as his wife), though that changes by the end. Doodle God is made by Russian developers from what I've looked up, so it fits into that slot nicely. I don't know if I'll complete anything else since I want to start delving into Dragon Quest XI and Valkyria Chronicles 4 at some point soon, and with their length they'll be taking a long time. At least I finished half of the list!
  7. One last platinum for 2018. #109 Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight Basically, the same things I said for the Persona 3 platinum apply here, the trophy lists are exact copies of each other. And the fact that this game could only pull tracks from one game means the amount of remixes increased, and sadly these remixes are not as good as the original songs they are based on, though that shows why Persona 5's OST is one of the best of this console generation. Good thing a lot of the original tracks are still in as well. Also finished Doodle God. It's an ok little matching game. Nothing special, but it really doesn't have to be. Also I keep spelling it Doddle God for some reason. Doodle God (+11, 11/11) I finished the TrueTrophies challenge as well, though I did have to start a few new games to finally complete it. It's not a big deal, but I have a lot to work on with my completion % for 2019. Arcade Archives: Magmax (New, +7, 7/9) Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age (+1, 8/59) Rogue Legacy (+1, 13/30) Root Double -Before Crime * After Days- Xtend Edition (New, +6, 6/49) Word Search by POWGI [PS4] (New, +10, 10/34) Yakuza Kiwami 2 (+5, 22/59)
  8. Nope, didn't get that 4 in time. Should have budgeted my time better, but it happens.
  9. Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight Dancing in Starlight
  10. Happy New Year everyone! Finished #6 just before midnight hit in my time zone. 0 - Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth - Hacker's Memory [7030] 1 - Word Sudoku by POWGI (Vita) [8371] 2 - XBlaze Lost: Memories (PS3) [3762] 3 - Doodle God (Vita) [2043] 4 5 - Taiko no Tatsujin: V Version [3685] 6 - Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight [8506] 7 - Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight [8507] 8 - MUSYNX (Vita) [7788] 9 - PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale (PS3) [1699] I guess I have 2 hours left (approximately) so let's see if I can find one that I can finish within that timeframe.
  11. Got Doodle God to finish off #3, only two numbers left to collect. 0 - Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth - Hacker's Memory [7030] 1 - Word Sudoku by POWGI (Vita) [8371] 2 - XBlaze Lost: Memories (PS3) [3762] 3 - Doodle God (Vita) [2043] 4 5 - Taiko no Tatsujin: V Version [3685] 6 7 - Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight [8507] 8 - MUSYNX (Vita) [7788] 9 - PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale (PS3) [1699]
  12. Not going to stop. Here's the 4th rhythm game platinum for the month. #108 Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight Looks like they just took the Japanese platinum and didn't change it for the NA/EU release. Well, whatever. Most of the changes from Persona 4's rhythm game are very welcome here: the social events are much better than the story mode in P4's game, and there's no need to grind credits as all unlocks come from that mode. I also like the card hunts, though I got stuck on Ken's last one. Did not expect a card there. Still, like its predecessor, the number of tracks is way too low and there's too many remixes (good ones, but that just adds to the number of repeats). When this game can pull tracks from Persona 3, FES, P3P, P4 Arena, P4 Arena Ultimax, and Persona Q, there's really no need to have that many repeat tracks in the game. And if that's a problem here, it's definitely a problem in the Persona 5 game since that can pull tracks from... Persona 5, and that's it. Anyway, I played some of the Persona 5 rhythm game, as well as beating Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon and getting a bit into Iconoclasts since it's free on PS+. Fun stuff so far. Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon (New, +9, 9/15) Iconoclasts (New, +2, 2/11) Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight (New, +6, 6/42)
  13. I will join, list will come later when I figure out what goes where.
  14. Let's keep this up. 7 done (in both the number and the amount of games). 0 - Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth - Hacker's Memory [7030] 1 - Word Sudoku by POWGI (Vita) [8371] 2 - XBlaze Lost: Memories (PS3) [3762] 3 4 5 - Taiko no Tatsujin: V Version [3685] 6 7 - Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight [8507] 8 - MUSYNX (Vita) [7788] 9 - PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale (PS3) [1699] 6 is probably P5's dancing game, that should be easy enough to finish that. Still trying to figure out what to pick for 3 and 4 though.
  15. This isn't a rhythm game, but I still completed it over the month. #107 XBlaze Lost: Memories Earlier this year I completed XBlaze Code: Embryo for my 95th platinum and wondered why the game existed when the connection with BlazBlue was so pointless. This kind of fixed that as some of the characters from the series are actually a major part of this story. However, it's annoying that 80% of this game is either a really bad dungeon crawler or a retelling of the first game from a different perspective, which makes no sense whatsoever. It does gives a nice epilogue to this mini-series and connects it back to the series it spawned from, which is a nice surprise. Though I felt that the first 80% was so bad I might have just considered it the worst game I played this year, but the ending really helped in that regard, so it's not that bad of a game, it just takes a little too long to get to the important parts. Small updates to a few games. Still trucking along on the rhythm game front, but I've also made progress in some other games as well, mainly to help with the TT challenges. Fill-A-Pix: Phil's Epic Adventure (+1, 21/30) Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth2 Sisters Generation (+4, 16/41) Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight (+6, 17/42) Yakuza Kiwami 2 (+7, 17/59)