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  1. 1) I'd say yes but that depends on your interest in the games they have. You can always look at the library before buying so that's what I'd do. Plus,you can download PS4 games now so that technically makes up the value over the year, but only if you want to play a lot of them. There might be deals on the service every now and then too so you can wait for that. Like recently, I tried it because it was $9.99 for the month instead of the usual $19.99 it's gone back to. 2) Like others have said on here, they remove some games but it's a bit hard to keep track of. Some though are because of upgrades to the ps4 version which i'm sure is to allow for downloads. Or even with game of the year editions being prioritized like they did with Borderlands by removing the normal edition and keeping the ultimate edition for ps3 up. I guess they remove games because of licensing? Like I know the adventure time games got removed but that's probably because they're not on the ps store anymore too. And they might remove some games if there is no online and they depended on it such as Warhawk just recently. Or that might be licensing. Who knows? 3) You can play without ps+. To add, saves are on the PSNow servers so if you unsubscribe and resubscribe later, you won't lose your saves unless you remove it from the "ps3 like" menu yourself by holding the PS button and going to the bottom then heading into saved data management. 4) Yeah if the ultimate or game of the year edition is available for ps3 then you can play the dlc included. If not then you can't. With ps4 games, you have to download the game to play the dlc if you own it. If you stream it, you can't play the dlc. Just a heads up, but if you haven't tried the trial since September of this year when downloads became available, it's been reset and you can try again for a week! It's improved a bit regarding connections in my experience and while lag and visuals are a bit poor, mostly since the max is 720p for titles that aren't downloaded, you're fine if you download or usually if you disconnect and reconnect again. I mean, i've played with downloads in the background so i do think it has improved but it may vary for you. I use Tekken Tag Tournament as an example since I can play online and it's a bit fast paced too. I've had success and i'm on wi-fi. Anyways, free trial then go from there (that's really directed to anyone interested).
  2. I can't be the only one who loves the new Kingdom Hearts theme right?

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    2. flashpool23

      flashpool23

      @Vincent Brooks No problem! If you end up liking them you can then get the 2.8 collection which has 2 more games and another movie! Then you'll just need KH3 whenever that comes out haha

       

      And how's Yooka-Laylee? I've been meaning to try it out but feel like I should get it at a lower price.

    3. Temmie

      Temmie

      It's totally worth the original price, imo.  As a fan of the original Banjo-Kazooie/Tooie games, it was a warm callback to the gameplay style of the original games.

       

      Granted, there are a few issues I had with it.  Namely the camera control and the slight lack of character diversity that the original games had.  The difficulty spikes in the Rextro Arcade games is kind of offputting at times as well.

       

      There may have been some updates to it since I've played, so I can't tell you if they've fixed anything or not.

       

      Overall, it's a game I would highly recommend.  I still loved it enough to plat it and hold it an a warm place in my heart as the first spiritual successor I honestly loved.

    4. flashpool23

      flashpool23

      Huh. I might get it after I get through my backlog then. I figured the issues were game-killing so I didn't really put much thought into it. Thanks for the recommendation!

  3. Chaos;Child. As a fan of the anime I want that platinum in my collection.
  4. I'm not too far in but I'm looking to exchange guild cards. Psn: flashpool23
  5. edit: Ninja'ed Assassin's Creed IV since I just started on it and aren't looking forward to MP
  6. Castle of Illusion starring Mickey Mouse since it was one of the few games I played before I really got into trophy hunting so I never 100% it before deleting my save data
  7. #75 - Gravity Rush 2 I'd say this makes me the Ultimate Shifter but that title goes to Raven and Cat One of the games of the year for me.
  8. Ni no kuni. Mostly because I would get to play the second one without worrying about finishing the first.
  9. Marvel Heroes Omega....you know, because it's offline now
  10. I just finished it and Gravity Rush Remastered is a good option, even if it is a bit different from something like Assassin's Creed. Though you do manipulate gravity and the game itself is easy to platinum as most of its trophies come from playing the story naturally. I'm sure the second game is more of the same. Additionally, if you want a fighting game, I'd say Tekken 7 since it isn't too hard supposedly. It shouldn't take longer than a day or so and it can be something you can go back to every now and then.
  11. #73 - Gravity Rush Remastered It's all Relative but Kat and Raven are
  12. Godzilla, my favorite kaiju
  13. Dragon Ball Xenoverse
  14. A rare Super Meat Boy trophy at .76 percent? 10/10 even if it's not the plat I still think it's very hard.