nenugalimas

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About nenugalimas

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  1. I see Velocity 2X on your list, that'd be a good platinum for a milestone IMO.
  2. I don't play rs3 if that's what you're referring to, only osrs for me.
  3. RuneScape? Yeah, I still play it.
  4. Ill have you know, My Name is Mayo is a quintessential platinum. If you dont have that or a 6x SS stack, you dont deserve to call yourself a trophy hunter
  5. 9.5/10 Nice looking list of platinums, especially Fight Night Round 4.
  6. I did everything with the joystick, only used D pad for stage 7 of dark cotton alley. As long as you have a good strategy to beat a level it shouldn't make too much of a difference. Id say pick one and stick with it instead of constantly interchanging.
  7. I like to maintain a somewhat decent completion rate so ill typically complete everything that I can. I only avoid games that are impossible to complete everything else Im fine with playing.
  8. #141 Child of Eden: I started off absolutely hating the game but I ended up quite enjoying it towards the end. Its still not something that Id choose to play for fun but its definitely not as bad as my initial impression led me to believe. My biggest issue with it is the lack of gameplay customization and various quality of life features. One would think that a game that emphasizes going after high scores would have a restart level option so you'd be able to quickly restart if you make a mistake, not this game. Apparently it makes more sense to have to back out into the menu and launching the level again smh... I also found some parts of the game, particularly the first level to have way to many bright flashing colors. I ended up getting headaches after like 30 minutes of playtime. Which is, as far as I can remember the first time a game had made me physically ill. I ended up solving the problem by turning my TV brightness down, but its still an annoying thing to have to deal with. In spite of all my complaints and my lack of enjoyment with it, id still recommend the game. It is quite a unique and interesting experience. Its worth at least giving it a playthrough IMO. Difficulty: 6/10 Enjoyment: 5/10
  9. Added to the list: #141 Child of Eden: I started off absolutely hating the game but I ended up quite enjoying it towards the end. Its still not something that Id choose to play for fun but its definitely not as bad as my initial impression led me to believe. My biggest issue with it is the lack of gameplay customization and various quality of life features. One would think that a game that emphasizes going after high scores would have a restart level option so you'd be able to quickly restart if you make a mistake, not this game. Apparently it makes more sense to have to back out into the menu and launching the level again smh... I also found some parts of the game, particularly the first level to have way to many bright flashing colors. I ended up getting headaches after like 30 minutes of playtime. Which is, as far as I can remember the first time a game had made me physically ill. I ended up solving the problem by turning my TV brightness down, but its still an annoying thing to have to deal with. In spite of all my complaints and my lack of enjoyment with it, id still recommend the game. It is quite a unique and interesting experience. Its worth at least giving it a playthrough IMO. Difficulty: 6/10 Enjoyment: 5/10
  10. #140 Twisted Metal: Twisted metal can be fun at times but I found myself not really enjoying it. The gameplay was too erratic and unpredictable to provide consistent entertainment. A lot of the features felt very mediocre in its implementation, making them fun at times but a major annoyance in the majority of occasions. Trophy wise the game is fairly easy but the MP trophies are a major pain in the ass. The MP which is a mess to begin with just HAD to have really broken trophies that make boosting an absolute necessity. Fortunately all the trophies unlocked when they had to. I would've been livid if it glitched after all that effort. Difficulty: 5/10 Enjoyment: 5/10
  11. Been putting this game off for a long time, but finally got around to finishing it. Added to the list: #140 Twisted Metal: Twisted metal can be fun at times but I found myself not really enjoying it. The gameplay was too erratic and unpredictable to provide consistent entertainment. A lot of the features felt very mediocre in its implementation, making them fun at times but a major annoyance in the majority of occasions. Trophy wise the game is fairly easy but the MP trophies are a major pain in the ass. The MP which is a mess to begin with just HAD to have really broken trophies that make boosting an absolute necessity. Fortunately all the trophies unlocked when they had to. I would've been livid if it glitched after all that effort. Difficulty: 5/10 Enjoyment: 5/10
  12. Yeah, I was talking about doing it solo. Doing it with other people is definitely a lot more fun.
  13. You can do it in split screen. I wouldn't recommend it though, doing it in ss was quite annoying when I did it.
  14. Hey, welcome to the forums