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  1. Yes, in theory. But it will depend on the number of participants in each challenge and will require a large number of dummy accounts to make it worthwhile. The distribution of cups is according to % of players and where do you fall within it. Diamond: top 1% Gold: 1-20% Silver: 20-50% Bronze: 50-90% That means for every 100 players in the challenge, one diamond cup and 19 gold cups are awarded. So in order to add one more diamond cup, you will need 100 dummy accounts. To add one more gold cup, you will need 5 dummy accounts. Note: If there's any mistake in the math, please correct me
  2. I should've bought it sooner, is there a way to get now? Any website that sells download codes for Japanese PSN games?
  3. They shouldn't ask you for a credit card in the first place. I don't know if this is a new policy, it's specific to the UK store, or it's because you are buying a 1 month subscription. But I was in the same situation as you right now, my country lacked a PS Store. What I did and still do, is buying a PSN top up cards for the US store and buy the subscription using the money in my wallet. It never asked me for any credit card info at all. Mind you, I only buy 1 year subscriptions but I have bought numerous over the years. I even bought an UAE and HK 1 year subscriptions using the my store wallet and not ps plus cards and still I wasn't asked to add any credit card at all. Edit: a quick Google search confirms my suspicion. They are asking for a credit card/paypal because you're trying to buy a 1-month subscription (and possibly 3-months as well).
  4. I had the same issue, but I was able to download the game on my second PS3 after few days (I didn't try directly after the 24h mark though, so I can't confirm the exact waiting time). Yesterday, I launched the game and went online on both consoles at the same time and it worked flawlessly but I didn't try to play a match and see whether there's any issue connecting both consoles.
  5. Don't delete your save file because most likely the chalks are saved in there. What I don't understand is why you can't resume your career, it might set you back some events but not lock you out completely. Are you sure that you're playing with the correct save file? I finished 3 career events with the fully patched game and when I downgraded the game to version 1.03 my progress is still the same.
  6. You probably did something wrong, because I've tested the method personally and it works flawlessly. The game version should be 1.03. As melodicmizery said, you career mode progress save might not work properly and you progress may reset but as the chalks are available and can be restored with the method outlined before.
  7. I didn't test the PS3 version but I can confirm that the PS Vita works. I'll test the PS3 version today and come back to you.
  8. PS Vita: Download the game and the snooker DLC if you have it but don't install the patch, pause it. So play the game completely unpatched and when you play a match that you think you're going to lose, pause the game and close the game with PS button. Don't quit. When you start the game again, all the chalk that you used in the previous match will be back in your inventory. Obviously if you complete a match or quit a match in-game, you will lose the chalk used during the last match. PS3: Download the game and the snooker DLC if you have it and when you start the game for the first time, it will prompt you to download the patches. Initiate the download and cancel it once it downloaded and installed the first two patches. The rest is the same as the PS Vita version. I hope that's clear.
  9. The DLC from the Hong Kong store won't work with your European version (region 2) of the game, it's only compatible with the North American version (region 2). So you'd have to buy that version in order to play the DLC. See this post from the other thread for details: As for buying the DLC from the HK store. You will have to buy a HK PSN card from any online store that sells them like playasia: As foreign credit cards or PayPal accounts are not accepted.
  10. The only way to know is to try it. I'm willing to test the online matchmaking with you once we find 2 more players.
  11. I have tried it twice already, and I had no luck. I tried it with a HK not Japanese account though so I don't know.
  12. Here's the link from the UK official site:
  13. They were delisted from the PSN store few days ago after being on sale along with The Legend of Korea. Edit: I accidentally quoted myself and I don't know how to delete it on the mobile browser.
  14. LMAO. Capcom has got to be the most apathetic publisher out there towards trophies. So many instances of awful & incoherent trophy lists. I mean just look at Resident Evil: Revelation HD, it's the exact same senario and they decided to include a new list for that but not this. I just can't fathom out why they didn't include a new list with this re-release. You have two options (at least from my position), include a new list and get some extra sales or don't and lose these sales. But it's pretty par for the course with anything involving Capcom, it's like a company with multiple personality disorder. Mind you, I'm picking up the game physically to add it to the PS3 version. It's an absolute masterpiece and the boxart is way too gorgeous to pass.