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  1. Elder God Reach personal level 65 in XP Just the online trophies left for the platinum and 100% now.
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    Double Burnout Paradise Remastered Platinum/100% Combo!

     

    :platinum: #458 - NA Version

    :platinum: #459 - EU Version

     

    Thank you again for playing all 3 stacks with me, @Honor_Hand! ^_^ I had a blast playing this game thrice. It's quickly become one of my favorite racing games thanks to its great blend of action and style, always providing lots of fun - be it offline or online.

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    3. Honor_Hand

      Honor_Hand

      Double congrats. my friend! :D

       

      I also enjoyed going at both stacks with you. Many thanks for the help, and for setting and managing that boosting session for the 8-player trophies. :)

    4. ee28max

      ee28max

      Well done! 💯 

  3. I'm very excited to have finished two grinds this month. ^_^

    • One is Mortal Kombat (PS3), whose platinum I made my 20,000th trophy. The most challenging tasks in this game were discovering Hidden Kombatant 1 and completing Tower Missions #269 and #275. Everything else was easier, albeit very grindy due to the 'My Kung Fu Is Stronger' trophy. I used both of my PS3s to lessen the burden on just one of them and speed up the "spend 24 hours with each character" part of that grind.
    • The other is DriveClub 100%. Not enough DLC. It's a pretty fun racing game in my opinion, although it would've been nice if the tours had a little more variety with the tracks, as many of them were underused or even not used at all. To me, the easiest DLC was All Stars and the hardest was AMG. My DriveClub journey isn't quite over yet though as I still have the Bikes DLC to do, but it's been one thrilling racing journey for sure!

    I've also obtained some other milestones in the past few months that I'm (really) happy about:

    • Reached my 500th played game, with Mortal Kombat X taking that spot. I started it a few days ago to go for those Invasion trophies and will go back to it after I finish Bikes.
    • Obtained my 450th platinum, which was Grand Theft Auto IV. This game easily ranks up there with some of my favorite open-world games, featuring a great story set in an immersive world with tons of fun things to do. The DLC was enjoyable as well. Many thanks again for all the help with the multiplayer trophies, @Honor_Hand. \^o^/
    • Completed every Zero Escape stack. Going for stacks and series completions is one of the exciting aspects of trophy hunting to me. I love the Zero Escape series and thought it'd be nice to complete it, with 999 being my favorite in the series.
    • Completed every Danganronpa stack. Ahh, the very epitome of Despair... and Hope too, I guess. This started as a long-term project of mine that ended up spanning a year from when I started going for it, and it's definitely my all-time favorite series completion considering how much I love this series and how much time you need to put in to get this done. I had a blast playing and replaying each game several times, with my favorite being Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony. I don't know exactly how much time this took, but if I were to take the estimates from the games' PSNP trophy guides and add them up for all the stacks then it'd amount to 1,040 hours. The actual time it took me is definitely less than that though due to skipping text in all the stacks that don't have English language support and having a better idea of how to tackle subsequent stacks of each game. In any case, I plan to replay the series on Steam and go for all the achievements there later this year, so this will pretty much ensure that I'll reach the 1,000-hour mark with this series. =D Playing a game entirely in Japanese was a new experience to me and one that I enjoyed and have been trying to do more often ever since, be it with stacks of existing games or with Japanese-only games I'm interested in. In this case, it was very manageable thanks to the Japanese walkthroughs and guides (I mostly used ones for Class Trials) available on the web. I've also gotten several milestones out of some of the platinums in the series throughout this long journey:
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      • Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair's was my 9,000th trophy,
      • Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony (EU)'s was my 16,000th trophy and 375th platinum,
      • Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony (HK)'s was my 18,000th trophy,
      • Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair (HK)'s was my 425th platinum,
      • Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony (JP)'s was my 19,000th trophy.

     

    TL;DR: Grinds, milestones, stacks, Despair. Some of my (recent) trophy hunting in a nutshell.

    1. nombre_en_uso867

      nombre_en_uso867

      damn, you cannot be human if you do MK9 plat. Congrats

    2. Honor_Hand

      Honor_Hand

      Amazing work, my friend. It was a great way to round up your trophy hunting activities during these last few weeks/months. Straight to the point and very enjoyable to read.

       

      I lol'ed at the "Not enough DLC" thing with DriveClub. It certainly has way too many DLC pieces, more so than any other game I've ever seen. I know there are others that have a lot too, but damn, DriveClub certainly takes the cake on it. It's a shame the Platinum is no longer achievable, but it still looks like a fun game to play regardless of that.

       

      Kudos on your milestones too! I hope your next trophy hunting activities (and grinds) are just as fun. :D

  4. #457 & Trophy #20,000 - Mortal Kombat (PS3) Platinum Trophy You've unlocked all Trophies! Enjoyment: 8/10 Difficulty: 5/10 I've had this game from way back in the day thanks to PlayStation Plus, but it wasn't until they announced the server shutdown in March that I started it. I was in the mood for a fighting game and decided to make this one a milestone as I thought it'd make for a great one. My second PS3 helped big time here as it allowed me to self-boost the online trophies (which took me a 6-hour session to obtain) and speed up the "spend 24 hours with each character" grind by regularly switching between my two PS3s. Yes, they're both still alive, thankfully. *wipes forehead* The game itself was quite fun. This was my first foray into the series and I wasn't entirely sure what to expect (other than some of the Fatalities that I had seen beforehand), but I enjoyed my time with it. It comes with a variety of game modes, the main ones being Story Mode, Arcade Ladder, Challenge Tower, and Online. I found the hardest things in the game to be: Discovering Hidden Kombatant 1: Defeating Shang Tsung while winning both rounds with a Flawless Victory was tricky because he likes to be unpredictable with his moves. In the end, I spammed Scorpion's spear attack until I was lucky enough to get it done. Tower Missions #269 and #275: One features 3 Shao Kahns and the other 3 Goros. The hardest thing here was to get the timing down for Stryker's gun attack and the jump uppercut method respectively. #300 wasn't nearly as bad thanks to regenerating health and only 1 Shao Kahn to contend with. That's pretty much it. The rest was straightforward, albeit grindy. I'm very excited to have gotten to 20,000 trophies and chosen this platinum as that milestone. I'm definitely gonna play X and 11 in the future. I'd better buy and start playing X ASAP because of that Invasion Mode...
  5. Has anyone gotten this to work recently? The last post I saw that mentioned it was still working is @Paco-001's above post. The posts after his lead me to believe that it's gone for good now. I've tried setting my PS4 soldier as active on Battlelog, signing out/in on PSN, and deleting my save, but I haven't had any luck with the transfer prompt showing up.
  6. DOOM II: Superior Firepower Complete all 'DOOM II: Hell on Earth' levels on 'Ultra-Violence' or higher in single player And there we go, both Doom games are now completed on Ultra-Violence difficulty! My first time ever playing and completing these games, after first starting Doom 3: BFG Edition almost a year ago to get the multiplayer trophies done. About damn time, huh? Doom II made the first game feel like a walk in the park, but I had many blasts with both games all the same. Slow and steady definitely wins the race...
  7. I completed my third Senran Kagura marathon earlier today. #447 - Senran Kagura Burst Re:Newal (AS) #448 - Senran Kagura Bon Appétit! (JP) #449 - Senran Kagura Burst Re:Newal (JP) These versions are entirely in Japanese / Chinese, but I barely needed to translate anything since I had already played these games not long ago and the menus are straightforward for the most part. Burst Re:Newal is my favorite game in the series, so I had the most fun there. I only have the physical stack of Bon Appétit! left in order to complete all stacks in the series. Maybe one day...
  8. #445 (+ 100%) - Velocity 2X Yippee Kai Yay ************ Game Enjoyment: 9/10 100% Difficulty: 7/10 What an excellent addition to the Velocity series. 2X features twice as much velocity, adding fast-paced side-scrolling / platforming sections that fuse very well with Velocity's traditional ship sections while retaining everything that made Ultra a great game in terms of gameplay, level design, art style, and soundtrack. As for the 100%, I felt that it was a little harder than Ultra's overall. Those side-scrolling bits made many levels more challenging to perfect, especially when it comes to the two longest ones in the game, with one being 5 minutes 30 seconds and the other 7 minutes. There are several levels that feature two ships, and focusing solely on the main ship was the way to go as the other one mimics your actions in an inverted manner. I was a little surprised with the Critical Urgency levels, as most of these levels' times were a bit lenient, unlike Ultra's. Much like Ultra, I got the 100% entirely on Vita, and while Touch Teleport made teleporting easier, there were still some instances where I found using to teleport easier / faster. All in all, it was a very enjoyable game with a fun and satisfying trophy list to boot. I'm very excited to have completed both Velocity games now. It's definitely one of my favorite indie series, and I really hope Velocity Supernova will eventually see the light of day.
  9. Wheat From Chaff Gain 25 PERFECT medals Halfway there in the base game!
  10. Beat Zico: HD Equal or beat the lap time of 30.82 seconds on Anulpha Pass (Forward), Speed Lap, Venom, using the Piranha 999 laps later... xP
  11. #437 & Trophy #19,000 - Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony (JP) 31st December 2019 • Platinum in 3 weeks, 1 day What a way to end yet another year of trophy hunting, by obtaining my fourth Danganronpa-related trophy milestone and completing all Danganronpa trophy lists / stacks on PlayStation! Danganronpa being one of my favorite video game series of all time, I'm so excited to have them all done! ^o^ As for the Japanese stack of V3, it wasn't as big of a hassle as I had thought it would be. Obviously, the language barrier was the biggest obstacle here, but I've thankfully found an excellent Japanese walkthrough / guide that helped tremendously with achieving the platinum here (especially when it comes to the Class Trials, Love Across the Universe, and Ultimate Talent Development Plan). It's such a nice, comprehensive guide that covers every mode and minigame in great detail. And of course, it's pretty neat to have everything in one place like that. I had downloaded the localized version a while ago as I had thought I'd have to play it in parallel with the Japanese version to know what I'm doing, but thanks to that guide, I only spent a minute there to take a few screenshots that I thought would make things a bit easier and that I couldn't find on the web. Having played V3 a few times beforehand for the other stacks, I also used my prior knowledge of the game and past experiences to steer me through a good chunk of it on my own, such as the casino minigames and Despair Dungeon: Monokuma's Test. In the end, the language barrier didn't add much hassle to this platinum, and it was very nice to go through the entire series in Japanese. =D If anything, this got me excited to try out some other Japanese stacks as well as Japanese-only games, and I certainly look forward to doing that in the future!
  12. #435 - Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls (JP PS4) All Ultra Despair Girls stacks completed! I'm down to the very last Danganronpa stack now, leaving the longest and hardest platinum of them all for last: Everything being in Japanese will make it more challenging, but I'm still excited to go for it!
  13. #432 - Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls (KR Vita) #433 - Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls (KR PS4) 16 Danganronpa stacks down, 2 to go! I plan to finish the rest by the end of the year. #434 - Zero Time Dilemma (JP PS4) Gotta keep the Spike Chunsoft Platinum Marathon going!
  14. #430 - Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls (JP Vita) 14 Danganronpa stacks down, 4 to go! #431 - Virtue's Last Reward (NA) Virtue's Last Reward Acquired all trophies. This was my third time playing VLR, after the EU version and The Nonary Games. All in all, I think it's a good installment in the Zero Escape series.