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  1. I have a master's degree in Japanese Language and Culture, I've lived and studied in Japan, and I've been working as a translator for the past 8 years. I think it's safe to say I would have been a completely different person if I hadn't discovered Japanese pop-culture in the late 90s.
  2. "Garland. My name is JACK Garland." Perfection. Can't wait for the sequels with Emperor Steve and Brian Exdeath.
  3. Absolutely not. I went from a base PS4 and a smaller Full HD TV to a PS5 and a 55" 4K OLED, so the leap was pretty noticeable. It's also incredibly silent compared to the PS4 and I haven't experienced a single game crash since I got it back in March.
  4. That's an ultra-rare plat if I've ever seen one. I like it.
  5. It's possible, but I wouldn't bother. You want people with mics, and they need to be dead set on getting the trophy, otherwise they will start leaving at some point. I can't imagine a lot of random groups making it through Chapter 2.
  6. Another day, another trophy list with exploitable difficulty trophies. What a time to be a trophy hunter.
  7. A "hit" is literally when an enemy aggros you and hits you with an attack. This could be a rat, spider, leech etc. Environmental hazards like poison, traps and bees shouldn't count. I got stuck in a trap and poisoned several times during my playthrough, and I'm pretty sure I got stung by bees too.
  8. I think it's important to note that Ghost of a Tale was largely developed by a one-man team. A game like that is going to be buggier than your average AAA title. That being said, I didn't run into any major issues while playing this little gem. 60 fps on PS5, zero crashes and only one minor bug, where I suddenly couldn't swap items (fixed by restarting the game). If the game looks interesting to you, I would have no trouble recommending it.
  9. You don't have to read the books, but I would definitely recommend it. You'll have a much better understanding of the characters, lore and locations going into W3. It just adds a ton of depth. The way I did it was read all the books and then jump straight into W3. You can safely skip the first two games.
  10. It's part of the PS4 Director's Cut upgrade. This should be it:
  11. From what I can tell so far, it's just more of the same. If you didn't like the gameplay in the vanilla game, this isn't going to change your mind. More Mongol camps, more bamboo cutting, more document collecting, more haiku... you get the idea. They added a new minigame instead of the foxes, but that's about it. That being said, I think the expansion is worth the asking price, at least for fans of the game.
  12. New online trophies, you say?
  13. My opinion hasn't changed at all. My Shepard wouldn't commit genocide against the Geth and the previously harvested civilizations kept within the Reapers, not to mention EDI—so, once again, I'm going with Synthesis.
  14. I didn't have any trouble getting The One and Only to pop, but I did it on Insanity without messing with the difficulty. Not sure if that has to do with anything. I did get a glitch on a random match though, where enemies stopped spawning and the round wouldn't end.
  15. I'm just here for the memes at this point.