Platinum N°89: The Final Song
I can hear the sound.
Game enjoyment: 8
Trophies enjoyment: 6 - 6.5
Trophies difficulty: 4 - 4.5 (Deflowered gold trophy is around 7-8)
Comment: RECORDING. So here i'am, after years i decided to get this game even if digital only (was only €9.99 so i grabbed the chance), i really wished to get the sweet retail version but nvm. What can i say about the game? I've played past games of the series so i'm familiar with this brand, while the first had an awesome "dark" vibe D3 in its own way is more... "feminine". Maps may look repetitive and poorly developed and missions structure can be kinda boring and lame but still enjoyable if you're into hack and slash, even if it seems the game has framerate problems. Trophies are overall easy except for one that requires you to defeat a certain boss... normally you wouldn't expect such a boss in a hack and slash game (unless you've played D1, even if that is nothing) but hey, we are talking about Yoko Taro here... he certainly was on high while conceiving the boss. Drakengard 3 will most likely be my 100 game completed at 100% (according to PSNP) and most likely my last PS3 game since i don't have plan to buy new ones on that console (Last Rebellion perhaps? I'm not sure though...).
PS: i liked the end when Accord speaks to the player thanking him to have played. END RECORDING.