ShadowReplicant

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  1. Pretty much. You can also make a few strategic saves during the final quest (The Ambrose Intersection) to get all the ending trophies. Here's how I did it:
  2. No problem, also I'm not the only one this has happened to: Luckily, I did have a couple of earlier saves and managed to get the weapon on my second try.
  3. There's currently a bug in the game that makes this unobtainable. For some reason, when I killed Charles from Accounting, he didn't have the weapon on him. The only thing in his inventory was a helmet. I'm not sure how to prevent this, so I recommend saving before the encounter.
  4. All the stores in my area already changed the release date to February 2021, so I guess there will be a 4 month gap between the 1st and 2nd wave of pre-orders. It might be a regional thing though.
  5. Thanks for the clarification, I actually didn't know that.
  6. 1 EUR = 1 USD. Never change, Sony. Can't wait to pay 600 dollars for the standard edition in Europe.
  7. The physical version also comes with a mini artbook and a poster:
  8. As someone who grew up on the 1986 TV series Journey to the West, I'm absolutely loving this. If this is what a Chinese indie game looks like, I'd like to see what these guys could do with a AAA budget.
  9. I think Odyssey is the Assassin's Creed that finally broke me, and it's the main reason why I won't be buying Valhalla. I found it to be an incredibly mind-numbing game with an open world that is as huge as it is lifeless. All the locations look and sound the same, the game is filled with uninteresting NPCs, spongy enemies and forgettable side quests. Everything is level-gated because Ubisoft needs to push those microtransactions, the combat/stealth is simplistic and monotonous, the traversal/exploration is a chore because you can just run in a straight line and your character will automatically climb everything (no fall damage either) and... I'm just done. The franchise needs a MASSIVE reboot, in my opinion.
  10. I feel like everyone is just blasting through Dream of the Demon and I'm starting to question my skills. No rage posts about Yoshitsune on DotD? Ya'll just casually beating this guy? 😎 He was kicking my poison ninja's ass for almost three hours straight before I finally took him down with like 5 Quick-change scrolls and a shit-ton of Scampusses. Probably the coolest boss fight in all of Nioh, but holy shit that HP pool is ridiculous.
  11. Two separate playthroughs for me. There's no way I'm combining Grounded and Permadeath, that would drive me insane. I remember dying to 1-2 bullets on Grounded in the first game, and having played through Part II twice, I know there's going to be A LOT of trial and error. And no, I'm not going to crawl through the whole game like a baby with invisibility on.
  12. Awesome, I've been looking for a reason to jump back into this masterpiece. I just hope the Permadeath mode is more like Dead Space 2 and MUCH less like Wolfenstein II...
  13. I really hope they don't add any online trophies, ever. I dread having to go back to that mode.
  14. The Last of Us was my second favorite game of all time... until I played the sequel. Part II spoke to me in ways I find difficult to explain. It is easily the most emotionally satisfying (and draining) game I have ever played. The first game is an undeniable classic, but if I had to pick, it would be Part II.
  15. I'd say Best of the Best is significantly easier. The Student Surpasses the Master took me at least 2 hours. Your mileage may vary, though.