Ric

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  1. I've seen this game in a recommended video on Youtube and it looks like a fun game, but I can't find this game in the store (EU Netherlands) at all. Does anyone know why this game would not be available in the Dutch store, but can be found on the Belgian one for example? I've tried contacting the devs a while back, but there is no response.
  2. Platinum #222

     

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    And with that, the saga came to an end.

     

     

  3. Holy crap, I cant believe I'm in a math discussion on a gaming forum . Let me just clarify what I was saying. I wasn't actually calculating anything. I just think someone who has 1/4 of 40 awards, is more impressive than someone who has 1/2 the awards out of 500. If you want to go by the numbers, you're right, the ratios you calculated are true. But in todays world, where more and more awards from various sources just muddy the waters, I don't think just calculating the ratio is very representative. Didn't I admit that by saying it was my opinion though? I specifically added it that time.
  4. Well, that's because I wasn't using primary school math. There are levels higher than primary school. Just massively increasing the amount of something, does not make it more valuable, it makes it decrease in value. Think of money and inflation. Just printing loads of money, will not make everyone rich. With this in mind, you can say that, yes, they may have had 1/2 of the awards, but they're worth far less individually, since everyone and their grandma give them out at this point. So, (I'll add it this time, I forgot it last time) in my opinion, the one that had 1/4 of 39 awards, is infinitely more impressive than the one that got 1/2 of 500.
  5. So, basically, a game that won 10 awards in 2003 is infinitely more impressive than one that won hundreds after 2010 (or maybe even 2006).
  6. I completely agree. Just like actual hunting for food made place for grocery shopping, trophy hunting is slowly being replaced by trophy shopping. Ratalaika made me think about this
  7. I only had 21 platinums this year in 2020 1. CrossCode Even though the platinum is very simple to obtain (mostly just finishing the story), I caught myself taking my time and doing loads of ingame trophies that weren't required for the platinum. Spent about 80 hours on a 10-20 hours platinum, which I hadn't done for a game in a long time. 2. Ghost of Tsushima 3. Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom 4. The Messenger 5. Resident Evil 3 6. Yakuza 5 7. Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night 8. Blasphemous 9. Yakuza 4 10. Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition 11. Yakuza 3 12. Yoku's Island Express 13. Final Fantasy VIII 14. Dead or School 15. Styx: Shards of Darkness 16. Shadow of the Tomb Raider 17. The Swords of Ditto 18. 101 Ways to Die 19. The Last of Us Part 2 20. The Count Lucanor
  8. 2013 - 26 Most Common: Sly 2: Band of Thieves (56,86%) Rarest: Fifa 14 (1,94%) 2014 - 36 Most Common: Terminator Salvation (55,40%) Rarest: Super Street Fighter IV (0,64%) 2015 - 39 Most Common: The Order 1886 (35,48%) Rarest: Velocity 2X (1,48%) 2016 - 24 Most Common: Megamind (75,45%) Rarest: Deus Ex Mankind Divided (2,56%) 2017 - 35 Most Common: The Walking Dead: A New Frontier (81,06%) Rarest: Flame Over (0,76%) 2018 - 22 Most Common: My Name is Mayo (96,13%) Rarest: BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma Extend (2,88%) 2019 - 18 Most Common: Jack N' Jill (99,08%) Rarest: Catherine Full Body (2,82%) 2020 - 21 Most Common: Ghoulboy (62,48%) Rarest: Yakuza 5 (7,00%) Pff, now I've found out that 2020 was my only year without any ultra rares . Here's hoping Yakuza 3 or 5 get into PS+ to fix that .
  9. Played this game a couple of months back, it has a really happy and fun soundtrack, but the village theme just jumped up to being one of my favourite tunes ever. It's so damn catchy.
  10. Yeah, this one is up there for me aswell. The game is an unfair piece of crap. I had loads of runs where I almost had it and then some unreachable idiot got instantly killed the second you walk into the room. I'm so happy I never have to play that one again. But my proudest one must be Super Street Fighter IV, I spent well over a year chipping away at those trials and then weeks of boosting with someone else in a dead online lobby for the online ranks.
  11. I've ranked the games I've played Resident Evil 2 Remake (PS4) Resident Evil 4 (NGC/PS3) Resident Evil 2 (PSX) Resident Evil 3 (PSX) Resident Evil 3 Remake (PS4) Resident Evil Remake (PS4) Resident Evil 0 Remake (PS4) Resident Evil 7 (PS4) Resident Evil 6 (PS3) Resident Evil 5 (PC) Resident Evil Remake (NGC) Resident Evil: Deadly Silence (NDS) Resident Evil: Code Veronica (NGC) Resident Evil 0 (NGC) Resident Evil Director's Cut (PSX) Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles (PS3) Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles (PS3)
  12. Thanks man. When it came out, I've used the rubber band method for a bunch of nights, and still only got to 5m. Just booted this game back up after a long time, just to do this, so the 20m is out of the way. Now I just need to get into ranked mode at some point for the plat 😑
  13. In this case I don't think either one is particularly truthful. I could be wrong, but I think the trophy unlocking in a game, is programmed in the game, but sent to whatever api at Sony's end to unlock in in your profile. So CDPR cannot forcefully unlock a trophy for you, unless they program it directly into the game for you. It would be pretty much impossible (and extremely costly) to do this for every user that requests it. Since the trophy data is hosted on Sony's servers, in theory they're the only ones that could forcefully unlock it without any development needing to be done. But there's likely no infrastructure for this, so needs to be manually adjusted in their databases. The only ones that would be able to do this are the top level software architects/developers of the PSN. Any other representatives wouldn't even be aware of this, let alone being able to provide support regarding it. And same thing again, it would be pretty much impossible to do this for every user that requests it. Even if it's just because of the cost of these people to support something as trivial as a trophy. And then there's all those people who would lie to get trophies forcefully unlocked. All in all, it's a terrible idea, so "they can't do it". This is all speculation btw, I don't know exactly how Sony operates 😋.
  14. I got the collector's edition. I still think it's going to be an awesome game, I'm just going to wait for the PS5 upgrade. It'll probably be a while before I can get a PS5 anyway . Not going to chase after one, I'll get mine when they are freely available.
  15. Physical release from Strictly Limited Games with steelbook .