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  1. Certainly I see a lot of references to the old GTA games. Looks interesting. I suspect it’s going to be quite time consuming. This is also a good demonstration of how to do a list well. Some great trophy names, and some unique sounding requirements.
  2. How tough are the trophies in this game? Is it a platinum list or just 100%
  3. Just a heads up, I did a full guide fo this game some years ago, which is available here https://www.playstationtrophies.org/forum/jimmie-johnson-s-anything-with-an-engine/258493-jimmie-johnsons-anything-engine-trophy-guide-roadmap.html I would strongly suggest people read the warning points at the start of the guide. If you use this glitch you just delete all save data afterward, as doing it on your active save will lock you out of the platinum, as you must build the karts for the respective trophies, and using the cheat unlocks them permanently, preventing you from completing the builds. It is also worth noting that the digital and physical versions of the game are incompatible with each other online, so you can’t self boost using one copy of each. If you want to boost the digital version, you must find someone else with the digital version. Likewise for the physical copy. Lastly, the rubber banding AI in this game is quite possibly the worst I have ever encountered. It is extremely difficult. There are also several very nasty difficulty related glitches/bugs in the game. It is very counter intuitive in terms of how career progress is set up. For clarity, I will cut and paste my warning section below, read it very carefully before starting career Before reading any further, there are 3 very important warnings to note.1. Cheat Codes There is a cheat code available allowing you to unlock all Karts from the start. This is accessed by pressing and holding + + + , then on the in order, Up, Right, Down, Left, Up, Left, Down, Right, and finally click the Right analog stick (), then click the Left analog stick () I believe this will lock you out of both Tinkerer and Collector, as you can no longer build the cars in your garage. You will still unlock tokens for beating JJ in the duel's, but the trophy won't pop until you build the cars, which you can't do. I would recommend you avoid this code as you can't use the only useful Kart (Speed Demon) in Career Cups anyway. 2. Difficulty As I will explain in the Walkthrough, it is highly recommended you start on All-Star difficulty right away. Normally I would not make this a warning, but this game features a very unusual Cup Point System. Basically, once you start a Cup Career on a save slot, you must continue that slot through all 5 Cups. If you decide to switch to a new slot, you will have to restart the Cups all the way from Bronze. Why does this matter? Unfortunately, progress in a race is only saved if you beat your previous best finish. If you do a race on a difficulty lower than All-Star, you will have to replay the Event on All-Star until you better your previous result. If you played on Rookie and did very well (for instance, winning easily), you may never be able to beat that on All-Star, thus blocking any further progress. Since nothing carries over anyway, there is absolutely no point in playing Career on anything other than All-Star 3. Difficulty 2.0 Learned this the hard way - if Warning 2 above wasn't bad enough, every time you progress to a new Cup in your career, the game defaults back to Rookie difficulty! This is potentially a game breaker, if you get to the 3rd or 4th Cup, and have a momentary lapse, and find out several races in that you were on Rookie, not All-Star You are now faced with the daunting task of re-racing any events that are on Rookie, and having to beat them - if you can't, your save slot is blocked, and you will be restarting all the way from Cup #1 on a new slot. I cannot over emphasize, check the difficulty on Race Event #1 every time you start a new Cup during your career. Once you change to All-Star, you should be fine for the rest of the Cup, but watch this very closely.
  4. Lists aren’t live yet, but there are Vita versions coming too
  5. Pretty sure it was Woblyware. They made the first one, as well as League of Evil and Omega Strike.
  6. It's too bad, cause the first Devious Dungeon was a pretty good game. Not really a cheap quickie. Hopefully this one comes to the Vita too, as it's always nice to have some more games for on the go. As for the list, looks pretty similar to the first one. Shouldn't be too hard. If anything, a bit shorter as you won't need to 'grind' to play 100 levels or find 100 keys. So just finish the game. As for the other games that aren't getting plats, at this point it seems entirely up to the Devs being too lazy to bother implementing a full trophy list. It's a shame, and really seems to be such an oversight and a potential loss of revenue.
  7. Pretty sure this got pulled a while back. Along with the Barbie game that came out around the same time. It is on physical disc though.
  8. @MarkusT1992 This is going to be a tough month as I don’t have a lot that will qualify. I did finish Spyro 2 today. This was on Push Square’s top 10 GOTY list for 2018. http://www.pushsquare.com/news/2019/01/game_of_the_year_2018_our_top_ten_favourite_ps4_games_of_2018 Will this qualify for the basic requirement?
  9. Can you enter me please @eigen-space I finished a couple of eligible games. Skylanders Imaginators has a side mission that requires you to round up chickens. Spyro 2 also has chickens in a few levels. I know nothing about Eurovision, so I’ll go with Netherlands as my wife is Dutch 😜
  10. So you are proving that the trophy elitists are basically hypocrites. All the bitching threads, the argument has often been that the lists, not the games, are the problem. If the trophy lists took time and skill, no one would complain. Right. And no one would play the game either. This is a solid indie title. Not ground breaking, but solid, and fun. Certainly there is enough game to justify the trophy list. It's unfortunate that few people have played it. Heck, the NA stack has a plat rarity of around 10%, which should make the elitists drool, cause that's a 'worthy platinum' to own (since only rarity matters). Of course, the game isn't worth the usual $20 price tag, but even at $5, I doubt this would have had any decent level of interest/sales. I predict that by the end of the day, there will be more replies in this thread than game owners.
  11. Its also a rather fun game. Platinum will take about 10 hours. Not too difficult. Just finished the NA version. I did up a bunch of videos for a few of the miscellaneous trophies. Of course the haters won’t care, doesn’t fit their narrative.
  12. Stats update for the month Platinum count +17 (625 start, 668 current +43 for the year) 100% completed +19 (908 start, 959 current +51 for the year) Completion -0.01% (99.33% start, 99.32% current) 2 more completions for April, 4 total (already submitted Zeus Quest and MW Remaster) Spyro The Dragon Fulfils HC requirement challenge Complete a 10 yr old game Completed in the month it was started Prince of Persia: Sands of Time Fulfils HC requirement challenge Complete a 10 yr old game Completed in the month it was started Complete 4 games in one month Lastly, I cleaned up Bioshock Remastered - I already had the plat, but completed the DLC in April. Does that count or not?
  13. Yeah, I'm sure there will be a seller of the PS5 at launch unloading it for $75 in a flea market sale. Probably new in box.
  14. Now if Sega can return with a Dreamcast 2.0 then we can have a proper console war again....
  15. Well that's really frustrating. I wish LRG would decide if they are going to have their releases come out with stand alone lists or just represent a physical version of a previously available digital list. Had I known this was going to be an exclusive, physical only one-off, I would have ordered a copy. Guess I'll wait for the New Yrs blow out sale and hope a copy pops up there.