YonahFuriae

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  1. Yeah in EU store it's +18. And didn't add the +18 because of the game but because I'm unfamiliar with PSNProfiles userbase and managers besides just coming to watch my profile. I even wondered if I'd get banned for posting that, lol. And that's from someone who owns a 40,000 user Discord server about eroge born from a club I did on Steam. Probably I should have just called it "Caution, evil nipples inside".
  2. I did get a notification too, found it weird as I don't follow the user either and don't have any relation to the game.
  3. This game only released as digital, right? Did they take it down from the store and thus there isn't any way to play it if you didn't buy? Edit: After more research I've found this was more of a service than a game, the trophies are watching the news a certain number of times and the service ended in 2010, around a year after the launch. So probably it became unplayable even for those who purchased it unlike a regular game.
  4. Hey! I've seen your signature on a random post, and the fact the flag was from Japan made me curious, as for the past few days I have been thinking on creating a new account and start fresh, and another of the motivations was to make the account Japanese, yet while I'm not living in Japan that could be problematic, as I'd have to rely on code cards, so seeing you're from the United Kingdom we're on the same boat. Being your account Japanese yet living in United Kingdom has given you any issues? Also for anything related to purchases on PSN or even getting PSPlus subscription, you need to rely on code cards, right?

     

    The places I know to get these would be Play-Asia, as I've noticed Amazon Japan won't let you buy them from outside, besides I did only find PS Plus cards there, and not credit ones, like you can find on Play-Asia. Do you have better recommendations?

     

    Have a great day~

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    2. AndresLionheart

      AndresLionheart

      I've also never heard of seagm. I checked it's prices and it's about 10% cheaper than the nominal amount.

      How legit is this? I ask this because we all know how G2A sells keys bought with stolen credit cards.

    3. Lava_Yuki

      Lava_Yuki

      @AndresLionheart I have bought codes from Seagm before and they all worked fine. Offgamers is also a good site, I use it to get gift cards for my brother as he lives in Ireland where it's Euros which I can't buy in the UK. No issues with either site. 

       

      Play Asia is very reliable, but just more expensive. I used to use them all the time but I think they increased their prices. Japan codes is another site that sells codes, I never used them but they have decent reviews on trust pilot

    4. YonahFuriae

      YonahFuriae

      @AndresLionheart I always wondered how they can sell stuff that cheap on these sites, never used their service, and the only reason I'd need to buy codes is that for PSN Japan is the only way to buy stuff there, as even PayPal won't work if the credit card isn't Japanese, the times I've purchased on Asian and Japanese shop I always end up paying more since I only knew Play-Asia, but these sites Yuiki pointed out have more fair prices compared to people who can buy with a card from the store.

  5. Oh okay, I've read the first replies to the thread and basically there's games that have been released for, weeks, months or even years and they never got the trophies online on release date, then it's understandable and helpful to make the list and contact them. Thanks for bearing with me and good job on this!
  6. I just asked about Princess Crown since I saw it on the list, meaning the developers made trophies for it yet they won't sync, but I guess I really don't get it. I've looked at some random games on the list such as Dragon Marked for Death, Catherine: Full Body (AS) and others but they have trophies and people obtained them. Don't understand the "they are offline part", unless it means they have built in in-game trophies but they didn't do PSN ones, like SCIV, but again it would mean they won't add them anyway since they didn't implement them in the first place, and every PSN release should have trophies now. Also for instance, for Catherine, only the (AS) version is on the list, the others have the trophies, so it's either intentional or an error when coding that version or whatever. If it's for games which release date hasn't come yet and thus they have not unlocked the sync in the servers, then I don't know what's the point as they will work once the release comes, and people playing before that date won't have any issue as the trophies are offline on their system and will sync when they update the game, which is in no one's hands save what the release date marks. Well, the title and all just got my attention as I've never heard about this, but I guess it can only be what I stated last, so I'll just go away and get ready to enjoy Princess Crown~
  7. I never heard about this and I'm confused. There's games that while you play, trophies pop as the developers made them, yet they don't load to PSN? Is this unintentional and just an error within the game? And most importantly, thanks to this thread I've found the release of Princess Crown as part of 13 Sentinels DLC, got the original for the Saturn and I totally would love to play it with trophies. Does have trophy implementation and you unlock them as you play? In which case, is it like American McGee's Alice and Madness Returns, where the first one achievements were implemented as DLC in the second one entry, or does Princess Crown has a separate one and maybe even a Platinum?
  8. Here's a list for 'Super Robot Taisen' series: Stage 1: https://psnprofiles.com/trophies/1717-第2次スーパーロボット大戦og Stage 2: https://psnprofiles.com/trophies/2085-スーパーロボット大戦ogサーガ-魔装機神Ⅲ-pride-of-justice Stage 3: https://psnprofiles.com/trophies/2298-スーパーロボット大戦og-infinite-battle Stage 4: https://psnprofiles.com/trophies/2299-スーパーロボット大戦og-ダークプリズン Stage 5: https://psnprofiles.com/trophies/2540-スーパーロボット大戦 Stage 6: https://psnprofiles.com/trophies/2841-スーパーロボット大戦ogサーガ-魔装機神f-coffin-of-the-end Stage 7: https://psnprofiles.com/trophies/2538-第3次スーパーロボット大戦z-時獄篇 Stage 8: https://psnprofiles.com/trophies/3473-第3次スーパーロボット大戦z-天獄篇 Stage 9: https://psnprofiles.com/trophies/5047-super-robot-wars-og-the-moon-dwellers Stage 10: https://psnprofiles.com/trophies/5865-super-robot-wars-v Stage 11: https://psnprofiles.com/trophies/7440-super-robot-wars-x Stage 12: https://psnprofiles.com/trophies/8868-super-robot-wars-t
  9. Oh thanks, I thought users were the ones who made these. I'll add them there~
  10. So I always wanted to get into SRT, and after researching the series in the store and seeing there's Top wo Narae or Evangelion characters, which sadly don't get any game now except for pachislots, I really can't wait to start all of them. I've made a cronological order list and was about to add all of them with the 'series' feature of the site to help anyone who wishes to start and save them the trouble of figuring out which are the first ones and see all of them cleanly in the 'series' screen. So how should I do this? The games would be: Stage 1: https://psnprofiles.com/trophies/1717-第2次スーパーロボット大戦og Stage 2: https://psnprofiles.com/trophies/2085-スーパーロボット大戦ogサーガ-魔装機神Ⅲ-pride-of-justice Stage 3: https://psnprofiles.com/trophies/2298-スーパーロボット大戦og-infinite-battle Stage 4: https://psnprofiles.com/trophies/2299-スーパーロボット大戦og-ダークプリズン Stage 5: https://psnprofiles.com/trophies/2540-スーパーロボット大戦 Stage 6: https://psnprofiles.com/trophies/2841-スーパーロボット大戦ogサーガ-魔装機神f-coffin-of-the-end Stage 7: https://psnprofiles.com/trophies/2538-第3次スーパーロボット大戦z-時獄篇 Stage 8: https://psnprofiles.com/trophies/3473-第3次スーパーロボット大戦z-天獄篇 Stage 9: https://psnprofiles.com/trophies/5047-super-robot-wars-og-the-moon-dwellers Stage 10: https://psnprofiles.com/trophies/5865-super-robot-wars-v Stage 11: https://psnprofiles.com/trophies/7440-super-robot-wars-x Stage 12: https://psnprofiles.com/trophies/8868-super-robot-wars-t Edit: Missed the first one from 2012 as it doesn't appear in the PSN store for some reason.
  11. It was amazing reading this, I've made an answer like this somewhere in the forum too but didn't read anyone feeling the same. It's great to see both of us that we came to the game blind felt exactly the same. To the most minimal detail. Yes, it was an emotional rollercoaster, and I too thought the game would end by the time Abby storms in the theater, maybe one of the reasons I felt this was because I explored every inch and by that point maybe I had like 15-20h. And then suddenly you play as Abby, which for the first minutes I hated, yet it wasn't long until I fell for her. For me they broke every narrative rule to surprise us time and time again, people complaining it's too long probably can't grasp that was also part of it's great narrative resources. Even in the epilogue they got me, I totally thought it would end there, especially after seeing Ellie expression at the idea of going after Abby when first mentioned to her. It was the epilogue, it was over, this time for real. And then again you play with Abby, and then once more with Ellie. I'm so glad I came blind so ND could manipulate my emotions as they desired, it's really one of the best experiences I've ever had. They're masters of the narrative that keep evolving after each title, it's sad to see people mistake one of these great narrative resources as "being too long". I hope more people could have played it without any spoiler as that is key for this game narrative to work, or without being already stained by others opinions.
  12. If you mean about Joel's death, we knew it would -and had- to happen if there was a sequel, in fact the twist in the first one was that both of them survived, magistrally making an even bitter ending as if any of them died the way things turned out. So if we all agree he had to die, the only thing we can argue is the timing, which for me it was shocking due to not expecting it so soon, and that's why I think it made total sense to do it right at the begining, as everyone knew Joel had to pay for his selfishness and actions, we expected his fate, but probably we'd expect it by the end of the game, and maybe another great move by them was showing Joel in the trailers, making people think he has a major role -at least I've read he appeared a lot in the trailers after I beat the game and looked at people poor arguments against the game-, so yeah, without knowing anything about what was going on in the media until after I beat it, minutes or maybe a few hours after the initial shock I understood that was the only and best way of doing it, to have a bigger emotional impact and shock, as the game strikes you before you have time to even think.
  13. For some reason people tend to feel the need, or think they have to hate something to validate their "love" for the other, you can find singularities, positive and negative points everywhere, and that imperfection doesn't necessarily makes something "bad" or unworthy of being a masterpiece. Seeing Heather avatar reminds me the note on TLoU that was a clear SH reference, I loved that so much, especially since I found similarities between TLoU and SH3 from the very first moment, the most superficial one being both bring their respective consoles to their limits, in fact SH3 was somehow way beyond the limit, haven't seen similar work on the textures and facial expressions that are so close to human beings until the release of TLoU, ten years after SH3. Most either don't care about that -and they don't need to since the majority of their themes aren't about the human heart- or others that try to be too realistic end up being creepy and everything but human such as L.A. Noire, yet as I said, I won't hate it just for that, as I love noir cinema and thus greatly enjoyed the game. I think most people just got brainwashed due to a lack of critical thought by the massive exposition to opinions by people who didn't even play the game, as these were going around even before the game released I think. For me all I knew about the game was the first teaser and the cover, I wonder how being exposed to all that, and having the spoilers I heard about after finishing the game would have affected my experience, luckily everything was a surprise to me.
  14. It was such a mediocre gift for a 10 year annyversary even if they send that ammount to every account that I assumed it'd be send to everyone, but I guess they aren't. While the ammount is pretty symbolic, there's some games I wanted to 100% already and bury in my profile to forever forget about them, last one was Far Cry 4 that I got as a bundle with my PS4 since I already had played TLoU on PS3 many times, problem is I need to buy the Yeti DLC to 100% it yet I really don't want to spend 15€ on that.
  15. Might seem ironical and at the same time isn't, but the games I'm waiting for the most is the ones I know less about when they release. I know the company, directors, etc. that are making these and that's enough. When I recived my copy on release day all I had ever seen of the game was the first teaser and the cover of the game. I watch the teasers when they first announce the game since I know there won't be any spoilers, but after that I never watch a trailer or gameplay. Some games might be an exception, like SMTV since I know how the main series is and the main thing there is the mechanics, and you know there'll be the usual karma paths, etc. Just all the opposite of a SMT: Persona where a single frame can spoil you all the game. I don't use any social media except Twitter and I just follow manga artists and other stuff, also I'm careful with new sites and check them limited, so yeah I was lucky to play the game while everything was a surprise, I also loved everything about it while I thought the ending of the Part 1 was so perfect it didn't need anything else, it was better than perfect, it was human. Yet it's also true that the story of the characters won't end there, so why not making a second part, I was affraid at first, but starting with Joel's fate they did everything right, if they made a sequel that fate was inebitable. At first it shocked me since it happened so fast, but after a while I thought, well, it makes total sense, people were expecting it to happen, so it wouldn't have been surprising or shocking if it did happen mid-late game, their decision was perfect, do it before you could even have time to know what's happening, it was totally shocking, I hated Abby, and then I feel in love with her. I even thought the game would end when you meet Abby in the theater, for me it had already been a great experience, maybe also because I research every corner I had many hours by that point, yet you suddenly start playing with her, which was a total surprise. After that the game kept playing with me, breaking every narrative rule I knew to the end, even while on the epilogue I thought, well, this is already the end, and then the South Carolina part started. It was an incredibly enjoyrable experience. I love everything about TLoU2. TLoU was a human story, TLoU2 is the history of humanity.