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About Zenpai

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    But then the Internet got fast... and ruined everything.

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  1. Updated with #44: Yakuza Kiwami. Also updated Currently Working On and Currently Intending To Play sections.
  2. Do copy-protected saves on the PS3 get automatically backed up to PS Plus the same way all the other, non-protected saves do? Or do you have to copy each of them individually to online storage?
  3. Never delete any saves, even for the games I didn't like. They barely take up any space, so I just save all of them.
  4. https://imgur.com/a/bQ4zzUa Pretty sure this does not count as "empty".
  5. You can still at least check out what's available in the store from your PC and make a wishlist.
  6. I believe psprices.com is what you're looking for.
  7. Updated with #43: Persona 5 Strikers. Also updated Currently Working On and Currently Intending To Play sections.
  8. My first platinum was my 36th trophy (God of War III). I have a habit of rarely ever starting a new game before finishing the old one, so I just played the game until completion - and that, of course, includes the trophies.
  9. Yes, it's perfectly fine. They won't ruin the story for you in any way.
  10. As long as that means we also get the great sales... I don't care. There will always be shitty games with shitty trophy lists, but there's also bound to be great games with great trophy lists. If other people want to spend their time and money on easy plats just for its own sake... well, that shouldn't impact you in the slightest, now should it? Just pick and buy whatever you'll have fun with and let other people do whatever they want.
  11. Agreed. If it could be turned into a permanent toggle across the entire site, that would be perfect.
  12. I have absolutely no intention of getting rid of any of my physical games. My decision concerns only future purchases.
  13. @djb5f is right. As I said in the OP, I already have so many games in my backlog that I can comfortably afford to wait for the prices of the games I want to buy to go down to ridiculous levels (i.e. the 10 - 5€ range). That said, There are still a few questions I have left to figure out: As far as I know, save data is shared between physical and digital versions of games. That said... save data is also tied to your account (i.e. you cannot share them with anyone else, unlike what happened with the PS3, PSP and every console before them). If the console gets locked out of PSN, are you locked out of your save data as well? I still have to figure out what to do with games I want to play right away. This is generally something I don't do, as I usually only play games years after I buy them (due to having such a huge backlog and to the fact that I go for 100% on every game that I like), hence why I'm considering just waiting for digital sales, since it usually doesn't impact when I would play the game anyway. That said, every now and then, there are some games that I am so hyped for that I just have to play them right away. In that case, physical and digital are the same price, so which should I go for?... 🤔
  14. After having been a 100% physical gamer my entire life, I think I will finally convert to digital games. You rarely ever see physical games get as cheap as they get in the digital storefront, especially during sales and even more so after a few years have passed. My backlog is so gigantic that I have enough games to keep me busy while I wait for the price to go down, anyway. Regardless, there might be advantages to physical gaming that I might be overlooking. Can any of your remind me of the downsides of digital before I make the transition? I already know that: You can't lend them (as easily) You can't sell them back You can't give them to anybody. But I would say that the low prices more than outweigh those minor setbacks. Anything else I might be forgetting?
  15. Trophies aren't quite the only reason why I prefer Playstation over Nintendo. There's also the question of horsepower. All games available on both Sony and Nintendo consoles fare better on Playstation. The only games I have for the Switch are the exclusives. There's also the issue that the PS Store's sales are far more inviting.