Shadiochao

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  1. I finally did it, after all these years It was your advice to slow down and hold left at the end of 6-9 that did the trick. After I started doing that, I managed to get the level finished more often than not. Before, hours of nonstop attempts would go by without me completing it once. I did find it much easier to just do 6-4 the normal way, though. You mentioned 6-8 earlier, and a lot of people on the videos use that method in the video to skip the level. I never managed to do that, so if it's useful for anyone my method was: Take the first left, following the bumper that passes at 58 seconds Quickly move right, left, across, left and reach the first banana at 47 seconds Face the center, move left and collect the second banana Wait until the timer hits 29 seconds Follow the bumper forward, turn left, and then quickly move right to reach the exit I'm not sure if that's a great explanation, but it's the best I can do with text. It was one of the easier levels for me, doing it like that. I'm so relieved I really thought I'd never be able to do it Also, I had a look at the original Super Monkey Ball. Even the early advanced courses in that game make the master ones here look like nothing. It's crazy
  2. https://store.playstation.com/zh-hans-cn/product/HP1273-CUSA07882_00-SPACERELEASE0000
  3. Do you have any advice for any of the master levels? Pretty much all of them starting 6-4 give me trouble, especially 6-10 and 6-9, which is just nonsense.
  4. How are you trying to do the last bit? Usually I just make a dash for the exit starting from the 8th banana in the level. I eventually got to the point where I could do it with a fairly decent consistency. Much more consistent than 5-8 or 5-10, anyway. To beat advanced without continues I basically had to master the first 48 levels and just hoped for the best during the last three. I never got to a point where I could say I was confident I could beat them, so don't worry too much if you can't do them every time.
  5. You couldn't have the same name as somebody important in the story
  6. Your Rogue Legacy's timestamps align with the dates this glitch was known to be affecting people. I don't know anything about Transistor, but I'm guessing your early timestamps on it are due to making progress without any of the trophies unlocking. This was all long before any PS4 hacking or save file modification was available, at least publicly, so this glitch would be the only explanation for all this. Here are some other examples of it happening around the same time: https://www.playstationtrophies.org/forum/game-of-thrones-telltale-/253932-trophy-glitch.html https://community.eu.playstation.com/t5/PS4/I-m-winning-trophies-in-an-other-game-that-I-m-not-playing/td-p/22844289
  7. No, that was added in update 4.50
  8. They should, but I only have experience using the Hong Kong store, myself
  9. Yeah, buying a game from the Hong Kong store will generally get you the AS list. All of the region tagging on this site has been added manually over a long time, so there'll probably be inconsistencies or errors. That said, every game currently tagged HK should probably be changed to AS. I don't think there are any lists exclusive to the Hong Kong store, it's just happens to be the most common store people choose when they want AS lists.
  10. Both memorable moments trophies refused to unlock normally for me, as well. I think in the end, what I had to do was meet the requirements in one session in one of the DLC areas. I think it was Alaska. Yeah, that should be it. Here's a list of some of them, although I think some have been added and removed since the post was made:
  11. Bump, since it's now been 11 months since the series thing was added
  12. It doesn't look like it was. Hopefully they manage to fix it for this release, whatever it may be. I'm not completely sure, but with Rainbow Moon I think they said it was because the cross-save and DLC was not compatible with the original. And with Soldner, it was that, and also having the DLC preinstalled meant it needed to be treated as a separate game.
  13. It'll probably be LimitedRunGames. One of the last Vita games they're pushing out before production ends. Which also means if there's no PS4 version, it'll be much more limited than their usual releases, since they can no longer request new cartridges and have to split the remaining ones between quite a lot of games. New trophy list is probably due to the cross-save not being compatible with the ordinary releases, which forced them to make new lists for Rainbow Moon and Soldner X-2. They don't make new lists unless it's absolutely neccesary. Either way, it's nice to have a list that's immune from the glitch method.
  14. 5.01 That's just something that happens. Reload an earlier save and hope it doesn't happen next time. Reloading once was usually enough for me. The issue that got fixed was not being able to make any progress on the second objective
  15. Why do you want one? Just in case you don't know, you won't be able to use it to play Japanese digital-only games on your profile.