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  1. Deleted my save so had to go through this all over again, it's a charming game though!
  2. Most likely Ubisoft is going to release the content for this trophy at a later date. Unless there's some super secret way to initiate the battle with this Cyclops.
  3. The quest is located in Elis, no idea where the location for the second trophy is though.
  4. I'm baffled the majority of the trophies are the same ones from the last game. 118 of them though, did not expect that πŸ˜‚
  5. Wasn't the name of the camp named after the snake itself? Was pretty rad climbing it to be fair!
  6. The amount of hassle and anger trying to get through critical mode on Kingdom Hearts 2 is not worth the platinum. Time to move onto something new.

    1. DamagingRob


      I wouldn't recommend doing everything on Critical, anyways. That's only for masochists. :P

  7. Barry's Coin - Level 13 On the right side of the level by the springs there's a long wall next to two coins. If you hold the right arrow on the d-pad as you fall down you'll hit an invisible wall. Walk on to the find the coin. Pies for the Memory - Level 15 Go all the way to right side of the level on the platform above the purple gem. Jump right and you'll land on an invisible platform leading to a pie. Throw it at the nearest zombie and it'll walk off into a pit. Sock to Meet You - Level 18 Travel to the golden altar at the top left side of the level. Jump off the platform to the left and you'll land on an invisible path leading to a sock. Pick it up and throw it at the nearest zombie. Golden Fish - Level 21 After getting to the golden altar, go left down the pit next to the bouncy spring and you'll fall into the golden fish. The Mckirk - Level 24 At the right side of the level after jumping onto the platform with the zombie. Jump off that platform to the right and you'll land on a hidden platform with a cup, burger and straw, assemble the food with the L1 button and you'll unlock the trophy! Too Much Dill - Level 26 At the top of the level after you jump off the highest cart onto the small left platform with one coin. Jump left and you'll land on an invisible path leading to the pickle. Pick it up and take it to the Megaman looking character at the bottom of the level near the starting point. Armaments - Level 27 Invisible Wall located right next to six coins top right of the level. Additional Credit to Christmaser and Karmagith for assistance in locating these secrets!
  8. Veteran Rank and the Liberator Special Award please. Plats: Assassin's Creed II (PS3) Assassin's Creed Brotherhood (PS3) Assassin's Creed Revelations (PS3) Assassin's Creed III (PS3) Assassin's Creed Liberation HD (PS3) Assassin's Creed IV (PS3) Assassin's Creed Rogue (PS3) Assassin's Creed Unity (PS4) Assassin's Creed Syndicate (PS4) Assassin's Creed Origins Liberator: Assassin's Creed Freedom Cry (PS3)
  9. Sign me up for this please. Let's see if I can win this 😁 EDIT: Oh I need 100 posts? Whoops nevermind!
  10. I've just realised the actual lack of trophy hunters on my friends list. If anyone fancies adding a devout trophy hunter, add me! PSN is Gladiator995 😁

  11. In regards to Raiders and population size, I've just had two raider attacks in the space of 10 minutes with a population of 56 so I'm going to say it's extremely randomised when they show up. I currently have two high charisma dwellers on the radio station but I don't think that really makes a difference.
  12. Playing through this remaster has been a complete slog and a reminder to never purchase another remaster in the future. Definitely agree on the aiming too, I just end up firing from the hip most of the time instead.
  13. Needed to pick-up XCOM 2 for the DLC trophies then I see the expansion costs Β£35. No thank you πŸ˜‚ Also as one of the only Platinum owners for XCOM, all I can say is good luck with Ironman.
  14. The base building in 4 was the worst part of the game. Even having to go through the DLC's centered on that feature for the trophies was a massive chore too.
  15. This is off topic from Battlefield but in regards to catering for SJWs, it is a bit of a strange move as these kinds of people most likely don't even show a proper interest in the activities that they complain about. Look at Marvel comics, in recent years they've taken upon certain "decisions" that cater for these types of people yet suffer as a result. This includes particular changes in characters as well as numerous comic book series that were suited to this particular "group" that ended up being cancelled due to a lack of readership. I understand DICE want to be "Inclusive" but doing that by clearly pandering and shoehorning in characters for the sake of it is to be honest, embarassing and a clear attempt to say "Hey guysss, look how diverse we are!!" It's a major put off. I had no issue with the Tomb Raider reboot series, Mirror's Edge, Horizon as well as many other female centric games. Why? Because I wasn't constantly being told how brave and empowered these women were. If you want to see an example of a good female character, I'd check out Kara in Detroit: Become Human. Also all these people calling those who complain about the game "incels", wouldn't surprise me if they're incels themselves lol.