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  1. I don't know if this is related other than just problems on Sony's end but Remote Play stopped working for me today as well (can't log in, can't detect PS4, etc.).
  2. Looks good but the trophy for finishing a game taking no damage sounds nuts. 😁
  3. Definitely do at least some of the Crucible before Apocalyptic as you get some armors there that make the Apocalyptic run a lot easier.
  4. Me: Man, I don't have time to play all these old games again. *watches trailer* Dammit
  5. I like it so far. It is basically a series of vaults (they call them trials now) with less exploration and combat than the main game. The puzzles are definitely a step up in difficulty from the main game so if you didn't like the puzzles there you really won't like them here. I'm still working on my first set of trials and I'm around 3 hours in, so length is maybe 10-15 hours? It really depends on how long it takes you to figure everything out.
  6. Looks fun. The head swapping reminds me of Puppeteer back on the PS3.
  7. Hey, I appreciated the heads up. I love indie puzzle games like this and this looks like fun.
  8. I threw a bunch of speed run trophies in there despite disliking speed runs when I realized I had done a lot of them.
  9. I seem to remember there being some issues with the "Chaudown" trophy being flakey but its been so long I forgot what they were. It's the only trophy from the old game's base list I don't have so I guess I gave up on trying to get it.
  10. Yes, I am enjoying it! It is like a lighthearted Greek Mythology / Breath of the Wild mix. Also, every time you kill a monster they rocket off into the air like Smash Bros which does not stop being entertaining.
  11. I agree. I have really been enjoying this game and the more lighthearted tone I think has a lot to do with that.
  12. This challenge made me set the game aside for awhile, but I finally came back to it and was able to do it in about an hour. I crashed into the wall or ceiling right before the exit dozens of times before I finally got it. Maybe its just the Stockholm syndrome talking but I was almost starting to enjoy it by the end. 😁
  13. I really do want to play this game, but every time I think I'm mentally ready for it some crazy depressing crap happens in real life and I'm like nope.
  14. I'm currently seriously considering the idea of making Red Dead Redemption 2 my 200th plat. I've been staring at that imposing beast for like two years but I think I'm ready to get it done. Also, go for it with Dragon's Dogma. It's not so bad if you check a guide for the side quests. I really enjoyed that one and kept playing it way after I got the plat.
  15. Congrats! I've been working on Dyad off and on for like eight years. I'll get it someday, lol. I am really proud of platting Sekiro although I know lots of people have. I had to take a break from it for over a year before going back and finally beating the game and platting it. Great game but it stressed me out like nothing else. I am also proud of my Dead Cells plat. I played it back when it first came out so I don't know how patches have changed it, but when I played it the boss cell runs and no-hit boss battles were pretty tough.