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  1. So... Paperboy + Dead Esther?
  2. I don’t care what people do, but it seems like a lot of hassle just to maintain a completion rate that isn’t worth anything, since it’s not an accurate reflection of the persons gaming history anyways... to each his own, but I just like seeing my stats. I don’t see the point in doing stuff to massage the stats in one direction or the other, because then what would be the point in them 🤔🤔🤷‍♂️
  3. Wolfenstein 2 and Dead Space 2 spring to mind - I’m not averse to a challenge, but I knew going in to those specific games that they had trophies that required a dedication and a focus that I would never be comfortable dedicating myself to! The games were both great, and I wouldn’t want to miss out on a game I fancy just because of a few trophies
  4. Meh - that don’t bother me at all - I play the levels so many times each that I’d be perfectly happy for an episodic release - I see hitman as my going-back-to game - it’s not like I would ever delete it from the system anyways, since they do so much new content each month, and with user made contracts I’m easily spending a month plus on each level anyways 🤷‍♂️
  5. Watched it yesterday, it’s very interesting, and makes me excited for Hitman 3 - if hitman 2 is what they made on a shoestring budget, I think 3 will be a banger!
  6. IMO It’s fine, but it’s flabby. Too long, and too much emphasis on bigger rather than better. Asylum was so tight and well crafted, it felt like every location was meticulously detailed and crafted. As the scope got bigger in City, then Knight, you ended spending less and less time mastering mechanics and exploring every nook and cranny, in favour of just doing a thing and moving on, and so it all felt much more disposable and workman-like.
  7. I can assure you, you do not need to be host, as me and another guy got it at the same time, however, you need to escape with at least 5 mediums AND at least 5 large. we finished with about 15 mediums, and 5 large, as it took about 23 days to find the last large one!
  8. Jazzpunk is stupidly easy, stupidly good fun, and, well, pretty smartly stupid.
  9. I felt that way recently. I stopped playing any new games, and just started playing a game I love (Hitman 2) that I already had all trophies for, and tbh, I’ve been loving not caring or minding about trophies. when I get back to playing new stuff, I’m sure i’ll be refreshed and ready to earn some, but my advice is to take a break from hunting, and spend some quality time with some comfortable games you just love playing. the trophy hunger will return - for now, enjoy trophy-sobriety! 🙂 also - forget keeping up with ‘the pack’. the pack is all about trophies for trophies-sake. I accepted a long time ago, that I will never compete with people who's life is trophies, so I can slip down the leaderboards without any irritation. Life is not measured in PSN points, and neither should your gaming life. The points will come when they come. When they sully the hobby you love, they aren’t points. They’re burdens.
  10. 🤷‍♂️ Trophies are trophies - the game never had a platinum, so makes no difference if it’s two lists or one.
  11. Lol - perfect timing - I just finished the last remaining challenges for all the existing content last night. Bring on the new challenges!
  12. Lol, it’s been a while aince I got those trophies, I guess the passage of time may have smoothed off my memories of them. I remember a particularly tricky jumping through random appearing rings part, for sure - but my abiding memory was really positive on that whole dlc. i have the remaster for PS4 sitting yet to be begun, so maybe when I do that the frustration will all come flooding back 😂
  13. Why ‘even’ the Trials? the trials were awesome, man! So much good stuff in such a small package! were they not well received? Did people not like them? I’m genuinely curious, cause I’ve never really heard anyone talk either way about them, but assumed they would be well loved, given how much I enjoyed them 🤔🤔🤔
  14. Prey - Mooncrash Bioshock 2 - Minerva’s Den Dishonoured - Trials Hitman/ Hitman 2 - Elusive Targets The Last of Us - Left Behind
  15. You complain it’s unrealistic, but I’d argue that if a game told from the point of view of an overly-sensitive young girl with a penchant for art and photography had the political leanings of a grumpy, right-wing old man, that would be even more unrealistic. Also, not for nothing - and incidentally, since I genuinely don’t think you should play more of this great game - but you don’t know what you’re talking about. The game spends a lot of time in ep.1 setting up the world as very politically ‘black and white’ specifically so it can have layers by going against those archetypes later. Regardless, Life is Strange seems to me, to be a game made from the hearts of people at a talented studio, working the medium to tell the tale they want to tell. If you want a game made that has your politics, then why not make one? I’m sure Rootin’-Tootin’-Deer-Huntin’- Hipster-Bashin’-Security-Squad Versus the Nasty Drug-Youths will do big business. Not, y’know, with the general public. But you’ll sell some copies. At Klan rallies, Fox News events, on Reddit and the likes.