Skargarim

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  1. Well the thing is, as soon as you start the game up, you'll get that second trophy list, no matter what. Just FYI
  2. This game is definetly a huge time killer. if you don't have a lot of time to spend, i don't think ESO plus is the very usefull. It has advantages, but not so much when you're not playing excessively. Here's my suggestion, if you want to be cost effective: The base game already has 100s of hours of stuff to do. As long as you're not done with that, spending money on DLC or ESO Plus doesn't make much sense. If you're comfortable with spending $15 or whatever the sale price is for you for the greymoor + previous DLC (not the Greymoor upgrade alone!!!), do it. Another 100s of hours of stuff to do, plus it adds a lot of fun stuff to make the game more interesting. Then, when all of this is done and getting boring, maybe think about a month or two of ESO Plus to finish up with everything that's left and not included in what you already have.
  3. A couple of weeks ago I've been where you are now. Returning after several years, struggeling with almost everything the game threw at me. But I've worked on my character and it is unbelievable how strong you can be with the right setup, compared to what I started with. It was normal for me to be troubled with 2+ mobs. I remember fighting a single troll, that kept healing itself, for like 10 minutes before I finally killed it. That kind of enemy I can now kill in less than 10 seconds! Public dungeons and their group bosses are no problem at all, Dolmen are super easy. The only thing I still struggle with alone are world bosses (those skulls on the map 1.5+million health), but only because they have attacks that deal much more damage then my max health is and I'm not set up to take all that beating. I'm sure you'll find super helpfull build guides on the internet to start with, like I did for my dragonknight, with gear that is more or less easy to aquire.
  4. Games on each map is bugged too. I'm at 5-5-6 according to the tracker while i've played mich more than 16 games
  5. Had the same problem. not sure what is going on there. My understanding is, that it does not happen to active members. Maybe there is some kind of contract thing happening and inactive members disappear because it runs out?! There is a ton of stuff going on in this game that is not well explained in my opinion. Best thing you can do, I guess your question is mainly because of the 4 legendary crewmembers you need for a trophy, is keep them active. I also found that performing bad reduces the people interested in working for you, so in order to find new crew members you have to do well in the rallys and events.
  6. i think that's a good thing. Just started the game and want to switch over to ps5 as soon as I get it. not keen on two half finished games, and not keen on doing those grindy trophies twice.
  7. I like this game, but its bad optimization kills it for me. Not gonna come back to this once I'm done, since it's just too annoying, although it would be really cool to play this, not giving a sh*t. terribly long loading screens are one thing, but there are a ton of little imperfections that challenge my patience. And I hate the combat system. It's quite clunky and sometimes I feel totaly luck based. When I fought Mary, for example, I stuggled a lot, tried it a couple of times not getting anywhere. And then, out of nowhere I just beat her, with no effort at all.
  8. It's obvious that this is not a AAA game. It's a good game, but full of "bugs" and problems that make it kinda annoying. nothing game breaking for me yet, but it's a little rough around the edges.
  9. The biggest joke about this is, that a couple of weeks ago sony announced they would reveal the release and preorder date ahead of time, so people could make sure and try to get a ps5 preorderd. after that there was an event, when everybody thought they would announce the dates and nothing happened. then another announcment with no substantial information about what they are going to reaval, and another one. and then last night (at least night where I am) out of nowhere preorder starts and everyone who is not up in the middle of the night gets screwed over. Now overpriced consoles are all over ebay etc and plenty of fans are hugely dissapointed of the shitshow sony has put up once again
  10. Well, I have a totally different aproach to completing a game. For me it totaly depends on what kind of game it is and how much fun I'm having long term. Every now and then I play a game that I really just wanna finish ASAP. Last one was Burly men at sea. Just downloaded it, played it for like 4 hours, got the plat and deleted it. No big deal, it was "free" on PS+ anyways . I wouldn't pay for something like that... But most of the time, especially lengthy games I play in stages. So I keep to it as long as it's fun and then jump to the next, and after that maybe to the next. At some point, a month or a year later, I come back to the first one, because of how much I liked it and the reason that it's not finished yet. And this might happen a couple of times. Skyrim and Fallout 3 for example took me almost 4 years to plat like that, it never got boring or anoying, because every time I got sick of it I moved on. That being said, I've never been the kind of person to replay a game. There's only a handfull of games I played through entirely more than once, that's just not a thing I do, no matter how great the game is. So I guess, I rarely touch a game after getting a plat and it usually gets deleted right away, but until I get to that point I've left the game and came back to it a couple of times.
  11. Guilty. And I even bought the game long before it was on PS+😂
  12. I wouldn't say that anything above 10% is a high percentage. For me around 10-15% is the border between a casual game and a difficult one in general. the ones that i find much more difficult than the percentage suggests are for example the God of War Games. They are not super hard, but the hard mode trophies are much harder than in other games, in my opinion. . games that are really scary are the ones below 5%. those usually are extremly grindy games that mostly are not difficult at all.
  13. you have to complete the entire run with one ship
  14. have you tried a different campfire? I think I came across a campfire that wouldn't let me fasttravel. Not sure why that was and didn't care because I wanted to go ahead anyways, but never had a problem like that ever again.
  15. So far I had almost no problems with buggy trophies. Only the Zipper Trophy I had to try twice, although I might have messed up the first try. Even the Baba Yaga and Croft Manor DLCs no problem whatsoever. Now the Endurance DLC is giving me some trouble and I'm wondering what is going on. I got one trophy, and I'm pretty sure I did a couple of things for other trophies. Don't understand what the occurance would be that the guides write about. Can the game "break" my save, so I wouldn't get certain trophies (therefore start a new save as the guide states) or is this some random thing, that could happen all the time, like I didn't get the trophy the first 2 tries, but it might be fine on the 3rd?