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  1. Did Sony get Epic's amazing store developers to do this revision as part of their investment in Epic? They removed basically everything that was useful about the old web store like being able to sort the results, being able to see all DLC from a game's individual page and being able to see the file size. Not to mention the removal of the plaintext titles and clear distinction between full games and DLC that now makes it difficulty to distinguish what you're even looking at if you're not already familiar with it. And of course removing the PS3, Vita and PSP games sucks because I still use my PS3 regularly and still have some DLC I'd like to eventually buy for games on that platform (really hoping for a sale since $23 for a single Far Cry 4 DLC is ludicrous - it's almost as much as the $28 I paid for a used copy of the PS3 version and a new copy of the PS4 version that also came with a code for the season pass). I'm glad I'll still be able to buy the content through the awful PS3 console store for now, but it is annoying since I always bought through the web store. They're still working on that. Because they're moving to a single packaged release for cross-gen games instead of having separate releases like Sony is doing for PS4 and PS5 versions of games, one of the upcoming cross-gen games, Control Ultimate Edition, has been confirmed to be the Xbox One version on disc and require a download for the Series X version. Though it's even worse for Control because not all of the Xbox One content is on the disc either (it's all on the disc for the PS4 version) so that also requires a download to be able to play to completion. I haven't seen confirmation yet, but I suspect most of the big cross-gen games like Assassin's Creed: Valhalla, Call of Duty: Black Ops: Cold War, Far Cry 6, and Watch Dogs Legion are going to be the same with the Xbox One version being (mostly) on the disc and the Series X version requiring a download. It's possible that they'll include separate discs for the Xbox One and Series X versions in the same package - like how many film releases have Blu-ray and UHD Blu-ray discs in one package - but I'd presume they're not going to do that because it'd enable the possibility of consumers to resell one of the discs by itself. NBA 2K21 oddly enough seems to be getting a standalone Xbox Series X physical release in addition to the "Xbox One + Xbox Series X" labeled one that's already available. Plus add in the fact that the Xbox One still doesn't have local accounts (all accounts require a Microsoft account linked with them and you can't make accounts without one linked like you can on PS4 - the best you get is a guest account which is temporary and can't save games, not like blank accounts on PS4 which allow full access to all offline functionality including saves and even trophies) and there's a reason why my Xbox One collection is tiny compared to basically every other console platform I own.
  2. I had it in my backlog since it was given out with PS+ and it's something I'd looked at numerous times, but kept putting off because of various glitches. Last time I looked at it there was the bug with the races so I never bothered starting it or buying a physical copy/setting up a proxy to download an earlier version. With the announcement that servers were shutting down, the realisation that there was an online component with an associated trophy and that the bug with the races had been fixed in a later patch, I finally started it. I didn't encounter any major glitches, just some minor ones like getting stuck in geometry, but I was extremely cautious in checking my counters after every scrap location/insignia and saving every hour or two (and then backing up those saves every 10). I didn't want to risk screwing it up later by going for the scrap crew challenges only and doing the rest after the shutdown so I just did it all to make it my 180th platinum. I think it took about 70-80 hours overall which is on the longer side of plats I've done, but it wasn't too bad. It was grindy, especially toward the end, but fortunately I'd made decent progress on scrap locations and the challenges while doing the main story and side missions so it wasn't as grindy as it could've been. Overall, I'd recommend people play it if they like Ubisoft-style open world games or like the Mad Max films. It's not perfect by any means, but I genuinely enjoyed the vehicle and melee combat systems and definitely had more fun with it that I was expecting even with the open world checklist gameplay. I might be more charitable because I got it from PS+ rather than bought it for full price though.
  3. No. There's two challenges for History Relics and a separate trophy for collecting them all. The first challenge requires you to collect 3 relics and the second one requires another 15 (so 18 total). If your challenge says 7/15, but your statistics say 10 then that's normal because 3 for the first challenge + 7 for the second challenge equals 10. Successive challenges don't include stuff that counted toward the previous challenge.
  4. From what I understand (only just starting the game now, but have read a fair bit about it), you have to make sure that your Scavenging Locations Completed under Statistics > Game Completion Statistics and your related challenges (Low Hanging Fruit, What's Yours is Mine, Picking the Carcass and Reaper of the Harvest) under Legend add up to the same amount at all times. If they're out of sync then you need to reload an earlier save where they're not otherwise you're going to get stuck later with 190/191 in the challenges and all 227 locations completed in your Game Completion Statistics. Basically there's four challenges. One requires 5, the next requires 13, the third requires 18 and the last requires 191. Those add up to 227. So constantly do the math and make sure both counts always equal the same (i.e. if you have 129/191 under Legend, you should have 165 under Game Completion Statistics - if it's 166 then you've already got an issue and need to reload/restart).
  5. The season pass has been discounted several times. It was €8.99 in February and €14.99 in March on the French store (PS Prices). It was on sale at the same time in the Australian store because I bought it. I wish I didn't though since 2K are now making it free, just 3 months after I bought it. 😒 Definitely wouldn't have felt guilty if I'd managed to get the free Malaysian copy considering it was 2K/Sony's fault for offering it for free and I gave 2K $13 I didn't need to.
  6. Shame I saw this too late. Was making a Malaysian account just as it was fixed. Set your PS4 as your primary console on your Malaysian account. Any other account on your PS4 will then be able to play games owned by the Malaysian account.
  7. That's my fault, sorry. I forgot to include the separator for domains and the CSS tag. Try this (including all the equals symbols): ================================ CSS tr.platinum td { background: #011338; }
  8. Alpha Protocol (PS3) and Puppeteer (PS3) are pretty easy offline ultra rares. Alpha Protocol is fairly involved and likely requires a guide to obtain all the trophies. Puppeteer is easy, just has a lot of collectibles, requires two controllers and has some timed levels. Skylanders: Swap Force (PS3) is also a fairly easy ultra rare, but it's easier the more figures you have (particularly for the final boss on Nightmare difficulty). It does have one online trophy though, but it only requires you to read a noticeboard (nothing demanding or long-winded so should be fine even with unstable and/or slow internet).
  9. You can use custom CSS overrides in Dark Reader. I do that so platinumed games are very visible (more visible than the current default here when not using Dark Reader too). Simply click 'Dev Tools' in Dark Reader and then add some CSS like the following: tr.platinum td { background: #011338; } Play around with the colour if necessary, but for me that shade of blue works well with the default Dark Reader green for non-plat 100%s and rest of the site in dark mode.
  10. @Saruto941 Batman (PS4) Borderlands (PS3) Borderlands 2 (PS3/Vita) Burly Men at Sea Day of the Tentacle Remastered Game of Thrones (PS4) God of War (PS3) God of War (PS4) God of War II (PS3) God of War III God of War: Ascension Gravity Rush Gravity Rush 2 Grim Fandango Remastered Hitman: Absolution (PS3) Infamous 2 Infamous: First Light Infamous: Second Son Knack Life is Strange (PS4) Murdered: Soul Suspect (PS3) PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale (PS3) PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale (Vita) Ratchet & Clank (PS3) Ratchet & Clank (PS4) Ratchet & Clank 2 (PS3) Ratchet & Clank 3: Up Your Arsenal (PS3) Ratchet & Clank: A Crack in Time Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One Ratchet & Clank: Into the Nexus Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishments Sly Cooper and the Thievius Raccoonus (PS3) Sly 2: Band of Thieves (PS3) Tales from the Borderlands (PS4) Teslagrad The Walking Dead (Vita) The Walking Dead: A New Frontier The Wolf Among Us (PS4) Zero Time Dilemma 39 of 135 in common.
  11. I appreciate them, but I don't use them. I'd consider using them if they still looked like standard packaging, but all of the ones I've seen are just full print artwork without the platform banner on the front/spine and information on the back. For what it's worth, I don't like mandatory SteelBooks (I like SteelBooks as a separate thing, but not as the only option) or other non-standard packaging like those art book cases Square Enix used for Rise of the Tomb Raider and Sleeping Dogs PS4 first-print runs either.
  12. April 2020: Knack 2 Battlefield V
  13. Titanfall 2 (PS4) and Monster Energy Supercross (PS4) both work as expected after changing your ID. Local saves and online progress are intact. Other games I've played since then like Final Fantasy XIII-2 (PS3) and Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes (PS3) also worked fine (no Black Ops II-style crashing), but I couldn't test if they recognised old saves since I started them after changing my ID.
  14. Yes. I don't play all of them of course, but I have played a decent chunk of them over the years. I think around 45-50 games on my profile are from Plus, though some I owned before they came to Plus. For instance, I'm playing BioShock right now and played three games from Plus last month (Limbo, Monster Energy Supercross and Titanfall 2). I quite like the random games because I end up checking out titles that I doubt I otherwise would. Some of those I've really enjoyed too like Apotheon, The Deadly Tower of Monsters, Dust: An Elysian Tail, Onrush, Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments, Severed and Table Top Racing: World Tour. They're not all winners and there has been some junk like Actual Sunlight, Datura and Gone Home as well as stuff I'm just not interested in like Pro Evolution Soccer 2014, but I think I've enjoyed more than I've disliked.
  15. March 2020 Predictions: Knack 2 Battlefield V