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  1. I had several fights in the last quest bug out like that. Particularly the big one when you get to the third phase of enemies. I also had a messed up glitch where when that 3rd set of enemies in that last big fight joined the battle, my time fart doppelganger got stuck between them on the squares. He was stuck in the blocked status and because he had enemies all around him it wouldn't let me move him or issue any attacks. Had to restart that fight. Had a lot of other glitches towards the end the required checkpoint reloads too. Freeman I used the tips in powerpix guide. Beat him second try on mastermind. First try I wiped because I wasn't fast enough with the timefart to prevent it.
  2. Developer choices when it comes to trophies. I have three major things I look for when I buy a game at full price. Quality of gameplay, interest in the story/plot, and trophies. If any of those three lead to extreme disappointment before I even buy the game I refuse to pay full price for it. The gameplay and story have me really interested, but the moment a dev decides to cater to the ultra hardcore with trophies I refuse to give them my money. I'll possibly buy it cheap down the line, or I'll just borrow it from my brother since he's still getting it. And to those laughing about my cancelling it, I have better things to do and plenty of games to play. Why should I spend my $60 on something I won't get my full enjoyment out of? For me to fully enjoy a game, trophies are important enough to skip a game. If you can't understand that, then that's ok. Everyone finds enjoyment in their own way. I find I can't even finish most games if there is a trophy that is beyond my time and skill trophy in the list, or no trophies at all (Nintendo). I'd rather catch up on my backlog of doable 100%'s, than waste 100's of hours on one game that I'd need to be virtually flawless on for 10+ hours straight. Don't have that kind of time.
  3. I cancelled my preorder and am probably going to wait for a sale. I'm not throwing away $60 for a game I won't get my full enjoyment out of, maybe $20 down the line. Incredibly disappointed, was one of my most anticipated games this year.
  4. Apparently Captain in Online Conquest actually takes into account your entire army, and you don't have to do a single online conquest to get it according one of the people who've already got it. You just have to be connected to the online servers.
  5. Yes, you can even earn trophies in Overkill mode using him. For Environment Master do we need all Anarchy skillshots in the DLC levels too? I'm assuming you do since they incorporated the DLC trophies into the main game, but am looking for a bit of confirmation on it. UPDATE: You only need to do the skillshots on the 6 original maps for Environment Master, just like the original game. Also, you may need to run through the prologue separately on V Hard to get the trophy, Overkill mode doesn't include the prologue in New game or chapter select.
  6. FYI Overkill mode can be used for the Very Hard trophy, and if you complete every skillshot you can use infinite ammo and thump to make it even easier.
  7. You mean the teleporter kills trophy from the 2nd dlc? If so, that one is doable solo, I did it solo on PS3. It was a pain but doable.
  8. For anyone curious, it tacks on a few extra seconds from when you officially finish the trial and what your final time is. Mine was 39:09 on my GOTY edition run, but the pic from the trophy popping showed 39:07.
  9. Or if you were like me and had to have every epic rune, then you don't have to worry who gets the killing blow. It's very time consuming to farm them though.
  10. You can also sign in player 2, 3, and 4 in as guests to get the trophies. It doesn't have to be actual accounts. That's how I got the 4 player co op trophies. Granted, you need 4 controllers.
  11. Another trick is make a new save at the start of each chapter. That way you'll technically have 2 save files at the start of the chapter and can just jump to the other one if something glitches, just make sure to immediately make another save file if you load the backup and enable donut drake. You also can't enable donut drake in the middle of a chapter, even if you had him enabled to that point but quit out, because it will disqualify your attempt with donut. It has to be at the start of the chapter you're in.
  12. You can download the patch and install it after you enable the tweaks on U2, even after exiting the game completely. You just need to get to a later checkpoint on U2 and the tweaks will stay active on that save. You just need to make sure to only use continue game and not chapter select when starting back up after quitting out of the game.
  13. It's patched as of 1.04 from everything I've seen. I did it legit, screwed up/died/forgot where to go quite a bit and still came in 23 minutes under 6 hours.
  14. Very easy trophy. Just use the Greene Farm level and take 3 followers with you armed with swords and machetes when clearing out the barn. Then lure them out one to two at a time and your group will massacre them. Let them heal between luring and you'll be fine.
  15. And another 8 or so coming this month with the classic maps challenge pack.