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  1. You need to be playing on hard or expert, and the furthest in you can start is floor 21. So you need to do floor 21-30 again to get to 31+
  2. I think his sword counts as a fire attack too because his melee attacks got nullified by the fire shield too for me.
  3. One of the higgledies you need for the quest gives you a large area when activated that you're immune to fire attacks - and Mausinger only uses fire attacks. So use that higgledy (I forget the name, but it's a red one), and then stand in the large red barrier it makes. Mausinger will teleport to you and you can attack him without worrying about taking damage. Then just dodge attacks until you can activate the barrier again.
  4. Unfortunately you can't start on the new floors, the furthest in you can start from is floor 21, so you still have 9 floors to go through before getting to the new ones.
  5. #267 - The Walking Dead Collection I am very disappointed by this collection. I had already played season 1 and 2 on PS3 (and Michonne on PS4), but because I couldn't carry my choices over from season 1/2 into 3, I skipped 3 entirely. This collection gave me the opportunity to go back and replay season 1 and 2 (which is very boring, by the way, once you know what happens) so I could go into 3 with all my choices. Except... The choices didn't actually save right. Season 2 has multiple endings, for example, and I was excited to see what happened after the ending I got, but season 3 registered me as getting an ending I didn't get, so I got a bunch of irrelevant cutscenes that didn't fit the narrative I had built via the previous two seasons. This wasn't the only case of a major choice being re-written/not saved properly, but it was certainly the most annoying and made me question why I even wasted my time doing 1 and 2 again instead of just buying 3 separately... Oh well. At least I got it free with the season 4 pre-order, which was very cheap. Also this means the choices I import into season 4 are going to end up being totally random too I will say though that I am impressed by the performance of this. Telltale games are no stranger to crashes or extreme slowdown, and this game had none of that, no crashes and I didn't experience any stutter at all. There were several graphical bugs, but nothing too major. None of it was bad enough to ruin the experience. The graphical enhancements they supposedly made to this collection weren't very noticeable, but it has been a while since I did the original so who knows. Overall, I'm very glad to have finally played season 3, because despite the imported choices not being saved right, it was still enjoyable to play and I'm very excited for the next season. I'm just disappointed that I won't have any reliable saves to import to S4 now and will probably have to use their own website's new tool (like Dragon Keep for Dragon Age), which will probably only list the major choices and not the minor ones made via regular dialogue.
  6. Progress Update: #267 - The Walking Dead Collection I am very disappointed by this collection. I had already played season 1 and 2 on PS3 (and Michonne on PS4), but because I couldn't carry my choices over from season 1/2 into 3, I skipped 3 entirely. This collection gave me the opportunity to go back and replay season 1 and 2 (which is very boring, by the way, once you know what happens) so I could go into 3 with all my choices. Except... The choices didn't actually save right. Season 2 has multiple endings, for example, and I was excited to see what happened after the ending I got, but season 3 registered me as getting an ending I didn't get, so I got a bunch of irrelevant cutscenes that didn't fit the narrative I had built via the previous two seasons. This wasn't the only case of a major choice being re-written/not saved properly, but it was certainly the most annoying and made me question why I even wasted my time doing 1 and 2 again instead of just buying 3 separately... Oh well. At least I got it free with the season 4 pre-order, which was very cheap. Also this means the choices I import into season 4 are going to end up being totally random too I will say though that I am impressed by the performance of this. Telltale games are no stranger to crashes or extreme slowdown, and this game had none of that, no crashes and I didn't experience any stutter at all. There were several graphical bugs, but nothing too major. None of it was bad enough to ruin the experience. The graphical enhancements they supposedly made to this collection weren't very noticeable, but it has been a while since I did the original so who knows. Overall, I'm very glad to have finally played season 3, because despite the imported choices not being saved right, it was still enjoyable to play and I'm very excited for the next season. I'm just disappointed that I won't have any reliable saves to import to S4 now and will probably have to use their own website's new tool (like Dragon Keep for Dragon Age), which will probably only list the major choices and not the minor ones made via regular dialogue.
  7. Good, they're going back to the season 2/Hitman format of having each episode be its own individual DLC pack. It's the only thing that makes sense for episodic games like this and I was disappointed they dropped it after S2
  8. Well Ni no Kuni 2's DLC is substantially harder than anything in the main game. The new questline's boss absolutely destroys me and has so much health.

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    2. madbuk

      madbuk

      @IntroPhenom Thanks for the higgledie tip, the fat knight was a huge help. Still ended up using all my revive items, both AI ended up dead, and I had barely any health left, but I got it done thanks to the support the knight offered :awesome:

      That's one trophy down at least.

    3. Sun_emperor1

      Sun_emperor1

      both AI dead is only a problem if you are about to die yourself considering most enemies hardfocuses the character you play ^^

    4. IntroPhenom

      IntroPhenom

      Happy to help!  Another thing I did in tricky situations was to fill my magic with a consumable and then immediately cast the spell that resurrects the entire party.  This is while controlling Evan.

  9. I have a back-up PS3, which I am very glad about. Only have one Vita and have been tempted to import another just in preparation for when mine eventually dies... so expensive though I don't recall ever saying physical games live forever, obviously they do not. But it would be much harder for Activision to get rid of every disc of Spyro than it would be to make the patch unavailable. If PS1 games still play perfectly fine, I don't really have any concerns that the potentially 1m+ copies of Spyro with modern blu-ray discs are all going to become unusable within my lifetime. I can't be as confident in my belief that all my digital games will be around for all of my lifetime.
  10. It took you 134 hours to go from a completed Afterbirth save to a completed Afterbirth+ DLC? I thought Afterbirth+ didn't add much?
  11. Thanks. The LEGO Batman games are all great (though 1 has no trophies), and LEGO Movie is a lot of fun on consoles and a little shorter than usual, so that could be a good starting point. Harry Potter 1-4 is a lot of fun too (5-7 felt lacking in comparison.) I'd definitely recommend starting with a console game rather than a Vita game. I'll try and start splitting up the longer posts, thanks for the suggestion. As for Binding of Isaac, yeah I'm trying to do Afterbirth before doing the DLC. I actually played some more yesterday and made some progress with ???. It's disgusting that I'll need to buy the retail release when I finally get to Afterbirth+ because they still haven't patched the digital release.
  12. I can buy another disc. Crash sold at least a million I'm pretty sure, you won't struggle to find a copy of it for a long time. You can still find copies of the original Spyro games on PS1, and I'm pretty sure it wasn't a million seller back then.
  13. And then what happens when the PS4 with the patch downloaded dies?
  14. #266 - LEGO Movie: The Videogame I enjoyed this game on the initial playthrough, but going back for every collectible was very tedious, especially since the game liked to bug out and cause you to quit the game entirely and reload because the touchscreen just randomly decides to stop working mid-level. There are 45 levels, unlike the usual 15 most LEGO games have, and you have to do all of them multiple times - once for story, once for collectibles, once for time trials, once for further clean up afterwards if necessary. This really felt like quantity over quality, there was no need to raise the level count so much and none of the levels were particularly interesting either, I also don't like how you can only use 3 red bricks per level, but that's not a huge deal. I still have two more Vita LEGO games to play (and a few more I haven't bought yet) and I hope they go back to the standard 15 level format because the 45 level format of this is just unnecessary tedium with the mission-based format of the Vita games. The console version of this was definitely much better, it was one of the best ones in general imo, which just makes the fact that this is rather mediocre even more disappointing.