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  1. 5 trophies from me! Knocked out some Killing Floor DLC and started what I could of Knack 2.
  2. I think the most unique trophy list I've seen in terms of icons is That's You. Really cool badges that make your recent trophies pop.
  3. I thought this would be a game that I regularly play even after getting the platinum, but I fell off pretty hard. I've tried getting crowns for the cool skins that have been getting released, but I can't play the game for more than half an hour without getting bored anymore.
  4. Black Ops 4, holy moly nice work on that one. It's a dream plat of mine, but the blackout and zombies will forever keep me from it.
  5. Finally managed to get it, along with the platinum. Pretty hilarious how once I finally complained about the trophy on Twitter, the next day going for it is the one that nets me the trophy. Even got it live on my stream which was nice.
  6. Shadow of the Colossus (PS3). I got the easier of the two, haha.
  7. Not incredibly hard but Grounded mode on The Last of Us was really memorable. Downwell Hard Mode. Outlast 2 Insane Mode without reloading camera. Until Dawn Rush of Blood Psychotic Mode. Batman Arkham Origins I Am The Night Mode.
  8. Super Meat Boy, good stuff.
  9. @Brettyboy888 You have to restart from area 1 whenever you game over.
  10. I don't get what you mean by a superior pair of gun boots, since you just switch the type of gun with the modules, but the way to beat hard mode is to play on the mode that gives more upgrade rooms. Just pick up every single one to increase your ammo and health. The reverse engineering power up also helps to switch the modules to either switch the type of blaster you get or switch the ammo to health. Knife and fork is also very useful if you make it a thing to walk over all the dead bodies you see. With all that, it really does just boil down to playing well. The more I played, I found myself doing the first area without taking damage, and the second with only 1 or 2 hits, etc. Combos are also a thing to keep in mind, since getting at least a 25(?) combo gives you +1 health and ammo. Good luck!
  11. Aside from Beat Saber, Moss is one of my favorites. Looking forward to getting around to that new DLC they released for it.
  12. Would the Mad House trophy be harder to get with the new Doctor?
  13. Ray Narvaez Jr. Really like watching his achievement streams.
  14. Very nice of you to do, thanks for the opportunity!
  15. Started playing Bloodborne again because of some friends wanting to go through it for the first time in co-op. Now I don't really mind the co-op aspect, but one friend who just recently platinumed Bloodborne is doing so much hand holding for these new guys that it hurts. Literally telling them where to go, what to get, and I find it incredibly unfortunate to have the game sort of "ruined" like that. I dunno, what do ya'll think?

    1. Copanele


      Subjectively yes if it's a mechanic in the game...technically they can play like that.

      ....pfft no. That's NOT how you co-op a souls game. Let the new players get roasted at boss fights. Let them experience the bosses and enemy types and traps and so on. Let them FEEL what it means to be ganked by Shadows of Yharnam or meteor'ed by Rom. Sure, point them the way to Cairnhurst Castle or Amygdala (those are indeed areas that are abit tricky to find) or explain to them how Chalice Dungeons work but apart from that...really? Why are you even playing this game for, then? You have Discovery Mode in AC Origins if you want to just watch and be awed.


      Yep I agree with you. Hand holding ruins the game plain and simple. The main point of the game is the challenge,remove that and you got nothing really.

    2. AndyKazama


      I played BB and all Dark Souls blind. I've only done two of all the bosses with coop

      - Ornstein and Smough - DS1

      - Slave Knight Gael  -DS3 DLC


      Everything done solo - part of the fun is failing over and over and finally doing it! 

    3. Hemiak


      I prefer to play solo for myself, but I've helped people, both with a full run through and just spot help with bosses. It's really up to the newer players to decide how much help they want.