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About azariaspice

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  1. I'd love to delete some of the games my brother started on my account that I'll never play, such as Call of Duty. I'm just not into those games and now the trophy lists are on my account cos he couldn't be bothered to make his own.
  2. LittleBigPlanet. I got the PSP game on sale and liked it a lot so I decided to buy a PS3 to play the main game. In turn I fell in love with the PlayStation brand and trophies! I had no idea what that first ping was but I was soon hooked!
  3. You could still dupe while you were in a purchase screen or opening a box/chest. There was a patch today though and I stopped it downloading. I'm going to try it on my boyfriend's PS4 and see if it was completely patched out now. Edit: I've tried on the newest update and you can in fact still duplicate. Press SQUARE and TRIANGLE nearly at the same time. I put my finger in between the buttons to do it. You cannot duplicate an item while in the inventory screen, you MUST be at a shop or open storage. I personally found this glitch a bit easier to pull off once I figured it out.
  4. I've never played the game but I'm not sure the person that has a 9 hour plat time got it legitimately. I had to look at a trophy guide to get an idea of what some of these trophies are for but quite a few seem out of order or too close to each other. The game was beaten without earning any of the story-related "defeat ____" trophies along the way. The second earned trophy is The Usurpation of Fire, which is stated to be a rather lengthy ending to get. Presumably you'd get story related trophies along this ending route? The collectibles were earned a few minutes apart but that's not terribly unlikely. The oddest thing is the covenant trophies. There's 8 earned over a 2 second span. Sort by date and you'll see there's +0 or +1 second times between them. Judging from the trophy guide it seems you'd be unlikely to earn these all at the exact same time. I also feel like when trophies do pop consecutively there's usually at least +1 second between them, but I may be wrong. Personally I think some of their list is illegitimate but I don't own the game to know if these could possibly be earned like they were. Someone that has played it thoroughly may be able to debunk my theories.
  5. Get Fit With Mel B. I bought it purely because I'm obsessed with the Spice Girls and was pretty much buying anything the five girls put out at the time. I was probably the only person excited for the game, the manager of GameStop even knew that I wanted it and remembered when it came in, haha. Actually using it was fine, but the poor tracking of the Move controller made me stop using it. I got ahold of the European version to just get the platinum out of the way (no Move or camera required in this version) and spent hours listening to Mel B tell me how good I'm doing. While I'm glad to finally be done with it and don't scroll past the incomplete trophy list anymore, it was definitely boring as all hell. But according to the Platinum, my body is a temple... so there's that.
  6. I'd probably delete some I'll never finish for one reason or another and maybe some I just flat out enjoyed getting the platinum in and want to just do again.
  7. Does anyone know how to unlock this? I cured my child of petrifaction and nothing has happened since. Is there an event I'm supposed to trigger for it? Everything I'm finding online seems to just say he's full grown after curing him.
  8. Really sad, I've enjoyed a lot of Telltale Games' titles. Sad that this may not ever be completed. These episodic games aren't my favorite structure and seeing this happen I'm less of a fan, especially since this is the only company I bought episodic titles for to begin with. Here's hoping they end up finish off this game for those of you that bought it!
  9. The trophy list may take a while but it's definitely going to be really easy and straight forward. Most of the list is for completing all the puzzles, with a few odd ones thrown in that won't be too challenging, you just gotta know what you need to do. $8 really isn't too bad a deal, I've noticed a lot of cheaper titles at this seemingly random price. I imagine this gives them a more decent profit after the digital stores get their cut. I'm definitely grabbing it this weekend.
  10. I've tried and tried on my first save file and then tried on a new save file, I cannot get this stupid cow cutscene. I literally have four female cows, one of each type, and three males, all but a brown one. I've tried going in and out at 6:01, 7:01, etc and I've bought new cows in winter before triggering the goddess head bump scene. I can't for the life of me figure out what I'm doing wrong here. None of the other cutscenes seem to be so picky. Anyone have any ideas what I could be doing? My cows are outside, I have 7 total, I've triggered the goddess bump scene MULTIPLE times. It's the last one I need for the plat!
  11. It's a point-and-click game, so if you're into them then it's fun. I'm not and got it purely for a quick platinum but can't say it's been a bad time playing anyways. You can get the plat in 2-3 hours by following a guide. However if you play without one you'll probably spend quite a bit of time with it as none of it is very straight-forward. Either way you end up playing it's not a bad game or trophy list for $5.99. It DEFINITELY caters to fans of the books though, so if you're a fan of those then you'll probably at the very least enjoy the nods to various classic book characters, such as the dummy. The story is literally about the monsters in the books escaping, so I'd definitely recommend it if you were a fan of the books.
  12. All the games I've played (Jurassic Park, Back to the Future, Sam & Max, Game of Thrones, Walking Dead) are all relatively easy to get all trophies/platinum in. Saying most people play for the platinum isn't really fair though. Game of Thrones actually flows into the TV series, so a lot of people play that to fill the void between the previous season and the next. There is definitely some hate for their games though. Personally I despise their piss-poor graphics. Considering most of their games don't even involve moving a lot of the time their graphics could easily be high quality and better detailed. And you must not have heard of how awful Jurassic Park was. That game was just terrible and most people did not like it. I bought it on sale extremely cheap, I think like $2 honestly, for some easy trophies. Thankfully I avoided the many freezing issues it has. Overall people just enjoy the story though, despite the graphics and little gameplay. The model of putting out new games every few months also builds some anticipation. If you're playing for the trophies alone you're looking at a platinum that will take around a year to complete if you start from launch. If you don't enjoy the story you'll get bored incredibly easily, making the platinum a less-than-enjoyable one. They aren't the best games though in terms of quality, so I don't see how you miss out on the hate that is certainly there. Those saying that there is no hate because they're great are a bit deluded, every game has people that hate it for one reason or another.
  13. Yes, sorry, hahaha. I'm trying to get to 100 plats so having a reason to play these in particular will be fun!
  14. Platinum #82 MiNi NiNJAS Platinum
  15. I really don't like the annual releases. Annual release to me are games that don't add much to a game and reuse old mechanics. It works for sports titles which really don't need a ton of new features to make them enjoyable to the gamers that like them, it's more or less just an updated roster with new trophies/achievements. My ex got Madden and WWE every year and neither really went overboard on redesigning them or adding new features. Doing this with a game like this just feels like they're rushing. The reason I gave up on the series after IV was because it was just getting to be too much. I play too many games to focus so much time on them and trying to get caught up to understand everything (I skipped the first because it was boring and there weren't any trophies to keep me playing). You'd think since you need to have played the previous games to understand what's going on that more time is put into them. I really doubt they spend years working on them since they get released so often. I love the idea of the series and I've thoroughly enjoyed previous entries but I stopped after Black Flag. The games are terribly repetitive and there really doesn't feel like there's anything new in them. The biggest thing I've seen added is the pirate ships, which was frustrating to learn. I still despise getting into fights while sailing. If the missions didn't seem like the same thing with different targets I'd probably be more into it. I am intrigued by the new game since it has a female assassin but I doubt I'll buy it anytime soon since I skipped Unity and Rogue.