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  1. I can't even connect to my brother playing on his PS5 while playing on my PS5. Apparently a fairly common issue too, but not one Bandai Namco/Supermassive Games are in any hurry to fix.
  2. Interesting that you got in. I've only seen reports of nobody being able to play the online co-op yet on PlayStation 😂
  3. Is anyone else having issues trying to play online co-op? I've tried to play the PS5 version with my brother (both on PS5s) and we can't play together no matter who is sending the invite (the invited person always gets a "You are not connected to the PlayStation Network" popup once the game is about to begin.
  4. The deductions trophies could be difficult if they're similar to the ones in their The Murder Mystery Machine game.
  5. You have to find every clue in chapter 6 of Domestic Affairs (Meena). It's the same place where you get the trophy for leaving no trace when breaking and entering. You must look at every piece of evidence found there and "pick up" each one.
  6. For a guide, I personally used this. It's got some minor errors in it, but it's guaranteed to get you all quests and Lil' Cactus entries. It doesn't get you Deathbringer II or the "optional" encyclopedias though. This isn't entirely accurate as far as I know? There are characters and monsters you can miss (Alex and Deathbringer II, for example) as well as characters who don't need to be talked to for quests (Louie, for example). Some entries I personally unlocked by talking to the characters before or after quests (Roger and Putty didn't unlock their entries after their first quest, for example), so not sure which quests would have unlocked their entries. Also, you can miss the Equipment Encyclopedia (don't think you can miss the Item Encyclopedia) if a guide doesn't point it out to you (the guide I used didn't, but the GFaqs ones do point it out), which requires getting it afterwards at the start of NG+ if missed initially.
  7. Techs are learned by having certain skills (and weapons) equipped for a certain amount of fights. Use this for the amounts required:
  8. I personally got quite lucky with my planting as Toadstool Shed, Dialaurel, Orange'opus, and Sweet Moai all got planted at the same time for me Mangoelephant was my very last produce to get (Bellgrapes was second last). I recommend looking at this guide for some additional seed options:
  9. It does not work that way in the remaster.
  10. Invasion of Privacy and Fingers in Every Pie are both very much missable on a blind playthrough.
  11. Final Fantasy Tactics (or the War of the Lions remake), Tactics Advance, Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift, and (unofficially) Vagrant Story are all set in Ivalice which was created by Yasumi Matsuno (he also worked on Tactics, Vagrant Story, and XII) and have several recurring characters between them. They are also very good story-wise (especially the first Tactics game) if you indeed want something similar to XII in that regard.
  12. It's an online only game, no offline mode in it. You can play the campaign alone, but you will have to be online to do so - all saves are stored on the servers.
  13. This would be my list at the moment: Dartmoor (H3) New York (H2 DLC) Haven Island (H2 DLC) Whittleton Creek (H2) Isle of Sgail (H2) Mendoza (H3) Hokkaido (H1) Bangkok (H1) Berlin (H3) Miami (H2) Dubai (H3) Sapienza (H1) Chongqing (H3) Paris (H1) Carpathian Mountains (H3) Marrakesh (H1) Colorado (H1) Mumbai (H2) Santa Fortuna (H2) Hawke’s Bay (H2)
  14. I just did it and can confirm it did unlock for me at the same time I completed my easy second playthrough.
  15. Same problem. Flipped it several hundred times while changing other things (the stones, the crystals, leaving the room, etc), still no trophy. The two people who unlocked it got it at the exact same time as they finished their easy mode second playthrough, so I'm thinking the trophy unlock is set to the wrong trigger.