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  1. Thank you for your explanation! Easy to follow and worked like a charm. Managed to pop the 20 million Zeni trophy with this method in less than 5 minutes. That'll cut down the time for obtaining this platinum tremendously. Good stuff.
  2. Ok thank you for confirming
  3. I've been thinking about playing this game, but I've red that there's several trophies that are glitched (or have been). Also the matchmaking is horrible from what I've heard (long que times for Werewolf). How is this game in it's current state? Is the platinum trophy currently possible to obtain, or are there any glitched trophies?
  4. Hello. I've got a question regarding the following trophy: Centennial ContractorComplete 100 Bounty Hunt contracts. Certain games there's only one bounty active, whereas other games there's two bounties active. When you escape with two bounties in the game does this also mean you clear two bounty hunt contracts? Or does it only count for clearing one bounty hunt contract? I'm wondering this as the reward screen ONLY shows one card (contract status), despite having escaped with one or two bounties.
  5. I've been playing through the gauntlet mode for quite a bit to achieve the crystal A rank for a specific character. When I reach character level 10 with a character I earn the level 10 title just fine. However when the AI reaches character level 10 with a character I don't obtain the title. That's very strange, as the progress between myself and the AI is shared. So why did the title not unlock? Could it be due to having no access to these characters at the time? I'm playing the free version, which means there's only 4 characters I can play as for each week. The AI reached character level 10 with Noctis (FFXV), though I don't have access to Noctis at the time. Perhaps the title unlocks once I get access to this character? I just want to make sure that I don't mess myself up here and possibly lock myself out on the titles. Especially considering those character level 10 titles are the easiest ones to obtain. EDIT: Problem solved. It seems you can only unlock the titles for the characters you can play as. If the AI reached character lvl 10 with a character you cannot play as during that particular week, then you will not obtain the title. Just a heads up for everyone that has the same issue.
  6. As much as I appreciate your concern, I don't think this will get fixed soon enough, if at all. This thread was made two years ago and up until this point nothing has changed.
  7. I used a mechanical keyboard. Pretty much any mechanical keyboard should work. As for the keyboard adapter/converter I used a XIM4. Let's see.. it has been a while. Funny you ask these questions.. brings back a lot of memories. Started playing NecroDancer in February, 2016. The first two months I played mostly NecroDancer, but occasionally some other games in between. At that time I was playing through the game at my own pace. Nothing too serious about it. Simply enjoying the game. After those two months had past I had obtained all of the trophies except for the two hardest on the list (Coda and lowest). I'm estimating that took me about 150 hours. At that point I decided to entirely focus on clearing Coda (Impossible, Right?). From here on things got serious. A lot more serious. Coda is very demanding and in order to beat this character I knew that I had to put a tremendous amount of time and effort into it. This was the moment where I got really obsessed with the game. At that time I played Crypt of the NecroDancer every single day for two months straight, approximately 4 to 5 hours on a daily basis. Some days more, some days less. Almost no variety with other games. After those two months had past (approximately 300 hours of playtime) I had finally cleared Coda. One of my proudest gaming achievements to date, but the entire proces had me exhausted. I had seen so much NecroDancer in those months that whenever I closed my eyes I could still see myself playing the game (that was a joke btw. Not really, but you get the point). At that time I decided to take a break from the game. A long break. Like a reeeeeaaaaally long break. One year to be exact. When I came back to the game I focussed on the last trophy (Lowest of the low) for about 2.5 - 3 months, Probably around 400+ hours of playtime. This was also a very demanding and exhausting proces, but during this time I didn't go full crazy like I went with Coda. At that time I played some other games in between as well. Even though this last trophy on the list was also very stressful, at least having some variety with other games made the proces a little bit more enjoyable. Definitely better than what I had experienced during Coda. Thats a place and time where I would never want to go back to, honestly. It made me a different person. Not in a positive way. One thing that I learned through this entire proces is that it's okay to take breaks and come back at a later time. In fact, I experienced that breaks are good for you! When you feel like you're getting annoyed or stressed out, simply take a break and come back a later time. It's amazing to see how much better you're performing then. Before playing Crypt of the NecroDancer I never really did that. I just kept on playing and playing hoping that the next run was going to be the one. However, it really helps taking breaks as it refreshes your mind and you'll play a lot better. This is also the reason why my completion times are relatively slow on most of my games. I tend to take breaks more often these days and simply put enjoyment first. It honestly helps me to maintain my sanity and I won't be putting a lot of unnecessary pressure on myself. Well that was quite a longer post then intended, but I felt like sharing my experience. Moral of the story: Don't rush the proces, trust the proces! Don't put too much unnecessary pressure on yourself. Take breaks when needed and simply enjoy the game.
  8. I've obtained the platinum by using a keyboard and k1tty did as well. As for the other guys I have no clue as they are all Japanese/Korean and I never spoke to them. A keyboard is highly recommended, but not a necessity. You can still obtain this platinum without a keyboard, but bear in mind that its going to take you longer. This game was originally made for PC so using a keyboard feels a lot more natural. From personal experience when using a DS4 controller on double tempo characters it's really easy to mess things up, hence why I switched to playing keyboard. That being said, even with a keyboard it's an extremely difficult task, so don't underestimate it in the slightest. The average person spends 2 months (approximate 300 hours) of practicing Coda before they get their first clear. This is by using a keyboard. With a controller it could take you even more months. Probably an additional +200 hours on top of that. It really comes down to how much time you want to devote into it to get that good. As mentioned before @SlimSanta94 cleared Coda with a controller and I feel like if he will stick long enough to all char low% he will obtain the NecroDancer platinum by solely using a DS4. Perhaps Santa can give you some more insight in his experience with this game and using a controller.
  9. Thank you for the reply. I was trying to avoid the second one as I'm not familiar with JavaScript. Coding is not really my cup of tea. But if there's really no other solution I'll give it a shot .
  10. The first method doesn't seem to work for me. The software keeps displaying the message "input string was not in correct format" after I have launched it. I'm 100% sure that I'm doing everything in correct order and that the settings are correct. Is there any solution to this?
  11. Nice work. I think this game is possible too. My personal best is 7/10 levels without dying. Haven't tried much in the past few months because the RNG factor is atrocious. There's certainly ways to trick the AI on certain parts, but for other parts you have to face them and more than ever they pull off the most ridiculous stuff that you cannot anticipate on. For example when your weapon gets thrown off and the AI immediately follows up with a throw attack. All in like 0.5 seconds? Its because of this sheer RNG that I havent tried much anymore, but good to see someone else tackling this. Also the game has some issues. After clearing level #1 and #9 there's a small chance the game will give you an error and close the application. If that'd happen near the end of a real run I wouldn't know how to react. I'm not sure if there's a way to fix it. Don't think so.
  12. First off let me start by saying congratulations to all of the guide winners! In the past year I’ve seen great guides that were very in-depth and overall very well written. It satisfies me greatly whenever I see such guides, as its evident that a lot of work went into it. Nothing but respect for people that go the extra mile. Next to that I’m quite in shock that my guide(s) have won! That came as a huge surprise. I’ve been putting a lot of effort in my own guides and creating them was far from easy, but then again I felt Crypt of the NecroDancer is such a niche game so it wouldn’t get as much attention as the other guides. Not to mention that a lot of great guides had been written throughout the year so I wasn’t expecting much out of it. I’m quite literally flabbergasted. Super excited though. Looking back at the nominations thread it warms my heart seeing the nominations I received. It’s always nice when your work is being appreciated. Therefore a big thank you to everyone who nominated me and commented on my guide(s)!
  13. [Milestone] 100% trophy completion rate



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    2. det_gittes


      One of the most impressive profiles for sure, congrats! Care to share some ideas for the future gaming-wise? Any specific games you'd like to add to the list?

    3. ee28max


      Awesome! 💯

    4. Floriiss


      Thanks guys!


      @det_gittes Probably a few more fighters and shmups. I feel like my profile is lacking in those genres and I want to get better at them. Next to that I'm looking forward to play some more story-related games. The Dark Pictures Anthology looks very interesting and I'm sure I would love it, but I am expecting this game to be on the PS plus line-up sooner or later. Hence why I didn't buy it yet. There's still a few story games I own though and might play soon, like Hidden Agenda for example which seems interesting. Also Bloodborne is a game I am craving to play as it looks so awesome, so that is very likely going to be one of my next games.


  14. This will be my final post on this thread. I haven't been using these forums a lot nowadays and I haven't updated my checklist in ages, so I am going to lock it down. Although before I do that I might as well go out with a bang. Story time I have been hunting trophies for nearly a decade now. In the beginning I wasn't too serious about it. Back then I used to hunt platinum trophies only. I couldn't care less about completing my games for the entire 100%. DLC content was often times overpriced and it didn't really spark my interest. This all changed around seven years ago (I believe it was in 2012). At that time my brother asked me if I could help him out with some of the DLC trophies for Resident Evil 5. Despite not caring about DLC-related stuff, I felt like helping him out regardless. Not to mention that we had been playing through the main campaign as well and I absolutely loved it. So figured those DLC missions would be great fun too. While playing those DLC missions I had great enjoyment. I started to realize that by not playing any DLC related stuff I was missing out on potentially great content. Not to mention that whenever I saw my trophy % increase - or even completing an entire game for 100% - I felt great satisfaction. As if I finally had been able to experience everything the game had to offer. Quickly the whole idea of completing my games grew on me. During that time I set myself a goal: completing every game on my list and achieve a 100% completion rate. Despite this goal I didn't feel like cheesing myself out of it. I still wanted to play the games I wanted to play. Despite the length or difficulty the games provided. It's not like I was going out of my way to avoid lengthy or difficult platinums. The only time I would avoid a game was due to unobtainable trophies, but that makes perfectly sense when looking at this goal. Over the past years I slowly started to work on this goal. While working on this goal I've met a lot of awesome people along the way. Without their help I wouldn't be in the position as of where I am today. For that I am entirely grateful. There's a lot of people that have aid me in achieving trophies. Whether that's with boosting, co-op trophies, giving tips/tricks on attaining trophies, etc. Never via share play though. I always do stuff myself, but yeah you get the point. The list of people that have aid me is quite long, and because of this I will not name each and everyone for now. Although do not fear. Credit is given where credit is due. Soon enough thy name will rise in one of my upcoming videos. Aside from achieving help from great people I have been putting a lot of effort into 'getting it done'. Especially the last few years where I started to deliberately put more difficult games on my profile. It was like a challenge, on top of a challenge. One-hundred-percent completion rate, hmm? That's cute. Let's see how well thee perform if we put some more difficult games on thy list. Needless to say I liked it. It gave me an extra boost of satisfaction. Completing a game was nice, but completing a hard game was even better. That's what my trophy routine has been like lately. Complete some challenging games. Play some easy games in between. Work towards 100% completion rate. And I always had great fun while doing so. Fast forward to this day, November the 5th 2019, approximately seven years from when I set my initial goal, I can finally say that my mission has been completed. At last I have achieved a 100% trophy completion rate. Literally every game on my list has been completed. Hard work has finally payed off. I am very satisfied with the results. Even in the rare occasion that I might end up getting an unobtainable trophy on my list, I wouldn't be as discouraged about it. Sure it will suck and I hope it will never get to that point, but at least I can say that at one point in time I had a 100% profile. This journey I wanted to prove to myself that I would be capable of achieving this goal. Despite of anything that would get in my way. And I finally managed to do so. Victory is mine. For those that care enough to even read this post in the first place, or have interacted with me throughout this checklist, I would like to thank you. I am probably going to take it a bit slower from now on in terms of hunting trophies. I am also not as active around these forums anymore. If for some reason you would like to keep updated on my trophy progression, I am much more active around Twitter and Youtube. Twitter Youtube Especially on Youtube where I regularly post videos about my latest (platinum) trophies. Feel free to follow me over there if you would like to be updated on trophy progression or want to interact. Thank you and until next time. Bye.
  15. The game has local co-op only. So if you're going to play this game on the PS3, then you will need someone to go over to your place and help you. If you don't have anyone available, then I would strongly recommend playing this game on the PS4. This way you can find an online partner and create a shareplay sesison. Via this shareplay session your online partner is able to use the second controller and from here on you can complete the co-op missions. I believe Badland is a cross platform purchase, meaning that if you buy it once you can access it on all platforms (i'm not too sure about that though, so you might have to double check on that).