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  1. if i remember correctly, you don't have to clear all levels from a tier to get to the next one. the trophy on the other hand is for completing all levels on that tier! I'd go back to tier one and check everywhere if you actually completed everything. may be completely wrong tho', too long ago
  2. quick and easy, thanks!
  3. just got the plat.. glad that's over tbh so i'd say surviving 9 minutes was definitely easier, since you can use the autobombs as retries, if you at least try to not get hit it's also a good training for the Score Attack Champion trophy (1 billion points), which was WAY harder imho. the majority of your points here comes from the combo multiplier, so "don't get hit" (duh). had to try this the whole afternoon basically. here are my runs if someone is interested in watching that: Last 5m of Survival Beast: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=muUcM-eznNs (uploading the score attack right now, will add link later) not if i wanna do the stack tho...
  4. i second rebuilding the database, worth a try! had this sometimes in the past, too. broken trophy image, some delay in popping or even popping when i switch to the dashboard. wouldn't worry too much about it. could also very well be a side-effect of one of the recent system-firmware changes Sony made. Since the last FW or so, trophies get now synced to PSN immediately when you earn them. so in case your internet is slow and it tries to immediately sync the last trophy (before the plat) and there is some delay, the system may very well delay the platinum because of that. btw does your profile reflect this delay in the platinum, or is it merely a delay in the notification on screen?
  5. first of all: congrats, nice runs something I noticed on my runs so far already and now in your videos, too: the hit detection seems to be _very_ much in the player's favor, it seems. here i captured one frame from your survival beast run: here on the second boss you're very often right in the middle of projectiles (the whole boss is literally "bullet hell"), but you don't get hit. so i assume that only this small, white/gray-ish circle in the middle of your ship is the actual hitbox for your ship? not that this info would help a shmup-noob like myself too much i guess the way more important info is, that you are allowed to get hit on easy (autobombs), so grab as many extra bombs as you can... those are your "retries". do bomb-pickups spawn randomly from enemies? otherwise thanks for the glitch video @IBadDriverI, already came in handy for most trophies. I still have to do a 2player complete (guess both have to actually survive for that?) and those actually challenging ones ofc. lastly, can someone tell me how you actually get continues for the 9 continues trophy?
  6. when i saw the thread title i thought it was about that game-breaking bug jim sterling experienced, resulting in him giving the game a 1/10: http://www.thejimquisition.com/hellblade-senuas-sacrifice-review-for-the-damaged/ it was even up on metacritic as a 10% score for some hours this morning. kinda crazy
  7. Monthly update for July 2017: 1h Leaving Lyndow Trophy Guide (PS4) | Difficulty: 1 | 7 Trophies • 300 Points 1h The Park Trophy Guide (PS4) | Difficulty: 1 | 14 Trophies • 315 Points 2h Claire Trophy Guide (PS4) | Difficulty: 2 | 16 Trophies • 1,170 Points 3h Black The Fall Trophy Guide (PS4) | Difficulty: 3 | 15 Trophies • 1,200 Points 4h Inside Trophy Guide (PS4) | Difficulty: 4 | 14 Trophies • 285 Points 4h Goosebumps: The Game Trophy Guide (PS4PS3) | Difficulty: 2 | 41 Trophies • 1,185 Points 8h Knee Deep Trophy Guide (PS4) | Difficulty: 2 | 44 Trophies • 1,200 Points 10h Capsule Force Trophy Guide (PS4) | Difficulty: 7 | 9 Trophies • 300 Points 10h Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime Trophy Guide (PS4) | Difficulty: 4 | 29 Trophies • 1,215 Points 10h That's You! Trophy Guide (PS4) | Difficulty: 2 | 28 Trophies • 1,170 Points 10h The Walking Dead: A New Frontier Trophy Guide (PS4) | Difficulty: 1 | 31 Trophies • 1,155 Points 10h Generator Rex: Agent of Providence Trophy Guide (PS3) | Difficulty: 2 | 45 Trophies • 1,230 Points 14h Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back Trophy Guide (PS4) | Difficulty: 6 | 25 Trophies • 1,155 Points 15h Crash Bandicoot: Warped Trophy Guide (PS4) | Difficulty: 5 | 25 Trophies • 1,140 Points 15h Rory McIlroy PGA TOUR Trophy Guide (PS4) | Difficulty: 4 | 29 Trophies • 1,170 Points 18h Crash Bandicoot Trophy Guide (PS4) | Difficulty: 7 | 25 Trophies • 1,260 Points 20h LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean The Video Game Trophy Guide (PS3) | Difficulty: 2 | 41 Trophies • 1,185 Points 20h Eternal Ring Trophy Guide (PS4) | Difficulty: 3 | 11 Trophies • 300 Points 28h Metro: Last Light Redux Trophy Guide (PS4) | Difficulty: 4 | 50 Trophies • 1,230 Points 30h Payday 2: Crimewave Edition Trophy Guide (PS4) | Difficulty: 8 | 85 Trophies • 3,030 Points 35h Kung Fu Panda: Showdown of Legendary Legends Trophy Guide (PS4) | Difficulty: 4 | 25 Trophies • 1,230 Points 40h Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas Trophy Guide (PS4) | Difficulty: 3 | 33 Trophies • 1,140 Points 50h Assassin's Creed IV Black Flag Trophy Guide (PS4) | Difficulty: 5 | 61 Trophies • 1,500 Points 60h Catherine Trophy Guide (PS3) | Difficulty: 9 | 50 Trophies • 1,230 Points 60h Valkyrie Drive: Bhikkhuni Trophy Guide (Vita) | Difficulty: 4 | 50 Trophies • 1,230 Points 80h Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age Trophy Guide (PS4) | Difficulty: 6 | 41 Trophies • 1,230 Points <--- Honorable mentions / other easy from last month: Blasting Agent (4 Stacks: Vita NA, PS4 NA, Vita EU, PS4 EU). Gets easier every time and can be done in 3-5h Lost Grimoires: Stolen Kingdom (Your typical Artifex Mundi hidden object game. 2-3h) Save the Ninja Clan (Super Meat Boy in easy. A bit skill dependent, but can be done in around 5h) Chess Ultra (With tournament boosting and a chess computer a 1/10. Not sure about time, but it's best played from time to time on the side anyway) Lili: Child of Geos (Easy and quite fun double-plat. Can be done in ~5h. Stacks are EU/NA) OP will be updated soon. happy hunting!
  8. Tbh i didnt really look for it since then, but quanticdream didn't message me again either after that. Did you check the latest patch and the patchnotes? Oh well, it's been almost a year, perhaps just give it another try? Sorry that i can't tell you anything better than that
  9. maka released a 100% walkthrough yesterday: https://youtu.be/pU_x8oVqwaM
  10. I just recently started the JP stack of Kingdoms of Amalur for the same reason (loved that game!) and it's indeed completely in english! So go for it! About the price and availability: I got it pre-owned from solarisjapan.com, they're relatively cheap and usually deliver in just over a week to germany. They even have another pre-owned copy in stock for only 21€ plus shipping as I'm writing this: https://solarisjapan.com/products/kingdoms-of-amalur-reckoning
  11. personally had no problems with that, but my best guess also would've been that the order you collect them and/or the time is important. i used the following video guide to collect them and got all on my first try: https://youtu.be/U3zUOOkLJ0I?t=1h7m5s good luck!
  12. Monthly update for June 2017: 1h Semispheres Trophy Guide (PS4) | Difficulty: 2 | 15 Trophies • 1,185 Points 3h Puzzle Showdown 4K Trophy Guide (PS4) | Difficulty: 2 | 17 Trophies • 1,170 Points <-- 5h The Assembly Trophy Guide (PS4) | Difficulty: 3 | 30 Trophies • 1,185 Points 7h Castle Invasion: Throne Out Trophy Guide (PS4) | Difficulty: 3 | 13 Trophies • 315 Points 7h Plantera Trophy Guide (Vita) | Difficulty: 2 | 21 Trophies • 315 Points 10h Riptide GP2 Trophy Guide (PS4) | Difficulty: 4 | 24 Trophies • 1,140 Points 10h Danger Zone Trophy Guide (PS4) | Difficulty: 5 | 12 Trophies • 315 Points 10h Tekken 7 Trophy Guide (PS4) | Difficulty: 3 | 43 Trophies • 1,230 Points 15h Cars 3: Driven to Win Trophy Guide (PS4) | Difficulty: 2 | 22 Trophies • 1,230 Points 15h Plants vs Zombies Trophy Guide (PS3) | Difficulty: 3 | 12 Trophies • 315 Points 15h 88 Heroes Trophy Guide (PS4) | Difficulty: 3 | 37 Trophies • 1,215 Points 16h Dante's Inferno Trophy Guide (PS3) | Difficulty: 2 | 55 Trophies • 1,455 Points 20h Hot Shots Tennis Trophy Guide (PS4) | Difficulty: 4 | 13 Trophies • 315 Points 20h BlazBlue: Centralfiction Trophy Guide (PS4PS3) | Difficulty: 5 | 53 Trophies • 1,230 Points 20h Star Hammer: The Vanguard Prophecy Trophy Guide (PS4) | Difficulty: 2 | 24 Trophies • 1,200 Points 20h Rive Trophy Guide (PS4) | Difficulty: 5 | 42 Trophies • 1,230 Points 30h Guilty Gear Xrd: Revelator Trophy Guide (PS4PS3) | Difficulty: 6 | 43 Trophies • 1,230 Points 45h Prey Trophy Guide (PS4) | Difficulty: 4 | 49 Trophies • 1,230 Points 50h Ys Origin Trophy Guide (PS4) | Difficulty: 7 | 31 Trophies • 1,215 Points 60h DiRT 4 Trophy Guide (PS4) | Difficulty: 5 | 49 Trophies • 1,215 Points 100h XCOM 2 Trophy Guide (PS4) | Difficulty: 9 | 71 Trophies • 1,605 Points 130h Star Ocean: Till The End Of Time Trophy Guide (PS4) | Difficulty: 7 | 30 Trophies • 1,185 Points 130h Yakuza 0 Trophy Guide (PS4) | Difficulty: 7 | 55 Trophies • 1,230 Points other easy : Dark Arcana, The World of Nubla (US stack), The Town of Light, RiME, Energy Cycle and of course 1000 Top Rated will update the OP soon. happy hunting!
  13. the game looks quite interesting, got it on my watchlist already but also would like to have at least some basic trophy-info before starting it. at least @Harry94_ already plat'ed it, so perhaps we can expect some videos or even a trophy-guide soon?
  14. so the "story mode" is a no-brainer and infinity is basically just an endurance test where you can take your time, right? does the time in "time attack" at least stop when you go to the PS4 dashboard? someone tried that already? if not that would perhaps be another 'pro' for the vita version, since the games there always get suspended when going to dashboard afaik.
  15. You actually don't "lose" battery, but it rather gets set to 2/3 or so after you get the camera back. So if you use up your entire battery until they take the camera away, you'll actually gain 2/3 battery basically. I guess it's meant like some kind of checkpoint for the no-reload run, but like you said you don't really need battery until later in the game so it really doesn't help much unfortunately.