Meacham

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  1. #218 - Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag (PS3) Prizes, Plunder, and Adventure! 6.25% rarity as of 22/8/17 It's a shame I didn't play this first on PS3 and then moved onto the PS4 version but I doubt there's much difference to be honest. The game is easily one of the best Assassin Creed games in the series. There isn't a million things to do but enough to help you get sidetracked for a few hours on end. Such as collecting every collectible on every area. Figuring out all the treasure maps. Traveling around a massive open map full of life and colour. Before playing this the second time I think I would of said Ezio was my favourite assassin due to his trilogy and how bad ass he was. Honestly though, I now think my favourite leans towards Edward. Personally, I think he's a lot more relatable to people than Ezio. He literally started with nothing and changed all that by becoming a well known and respected pirate. Ezio had that gutsmashing family moment where you literally see him turn from a boy to an old man. With Ezio you only see his adult life but you do get some flashbacks. He's funny, he's fearless. He's literally fighting both Assassin's and Templars for gold. You see him grow in the game to which was important for him. He's welsh to like me so that's an automatic win! I just thought people could related more to him so that's why he's my favourite. Play the game, if you don't have him as first favourite. He will most likely be your second. Edward and Ezio compared to the rest of the assassins are in a league of their own in my opinion. This game did have Multiplayer which has drained the past couple of days for me. It's boring and doing solo wolfpack, take's a long time. Not to mention keeping track of everyting for All-rounder trophy which is why this platinum has a very rare rarity. Single player enjoyment: 9/10 Multiplayer enjoyment: 3/10 There are a few people still playing so if you're thinking about going for the platinum go for it. The only trouble I had was finding a game of Domination but for some reason when I reset my console I found a game straight away. So If you find a game mode and no one joins it. Try turning it on and off. Might work, might not.
  2. #218 - Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag (PS3) Prizes, Plunder, and Adventure! 6.25% rarity as of 22/8/17 It's a shame I didn't play this first on PS3 and then moved onto the PS4 version but I doubt there's much difference to be honest. The game is easily one of the best Assassin Creed games in the series. There isn't a million things to do but enough to help you get sidetracked for a few hours on end. Such as collecting every collectible on every area. Figuring out all the treasure maps. Traveling around a massive open map full of life and colour. Before playing this the second time I think I would of said Ezio was my favourite assassin due to his trilogy and how bad ass he was. Honestly though, I now think my favourite leans towards Edward. Personally, I think he's a lot more relatable to people than Ezio. He literally started with nothing and changed all that by becoming a well known and respected pirate. Ezio had that gutsmashing family moment where you literally see him turn from a boy to an old man. With Ezio you only see his adult life but you do get some flashbacks. He's funny, he's fearless. He's literally fighting both Assassin's and Templars for gold. You see him grow in the game to which was important for him. He's welsh to like me so that's an automatic win! I just thought people could related more to him so that's why he's my favourite. Play the game, if you don't have him as first favourite. He will most likely be your second. Edward and Ezio compared to the rest of the assassins are in a league of their own in my opinion. This game did have Multiplayer which has drained the past couple of days for me. It's boring and doing solo wolfpack, take's a long time. Not to mention keeping track of everyting for All-rounder trophy which is why this platinum has a very rare rarity. Single player enjoyment: 9/10 Multiplayer enjoyment: 3/10 There are a few people still playing so if you're thinking about going for the platinum go for it. The only trouble I had was finding a game of Domination but for some reason when I reset my console I found a game straight away. So If you find a game mode and no one joins it. Try turning it on and off. Might work, might not.
  3. It's alright, none of the player's I've chose have decided to turn up yet. To be fair though, most of my players this week were all against each other 😂 So was bound to not get much.
  4. By the looks of the list, BO2 is because they managed to complete every challenge in the game before completing every challenge in a single mission. Which isn't possible.
  5. Having a blast playing through Destiny again. Hoping to somehow manage the platinum before the new one comes out. My only ask for Destiny 2 though is they make things a little more understandable. Pain in the ass trying to find out how to do some things.

    1. Geodude

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      Good luck!

  6. All coincidences? Highly doubt it. Everything points at you being the same person. Anyone could have them games sure, but that "other" user and you have the same name and same games. But you're right. MUST be a coincidence.
  7. The fact that the games you're offering are similar to the platinums you have. Also, the little details. There was a post where you changed £ into $. Turns out your account is UK to. No point in dragging it on, then the name change. DarkSamurai.. calls you out and then that user changes their name in the same day?
  8. Yup, great start for you to be fair. Consistency now for you lot.
  9. #217 - Army of TWO: The Devil's Cartel (PS3) | Enjoyment: 8/10 | Difficulty: 3/10 | 13/8/17 | Recommendable | Now, I don't know much about Army of TWO. I only ever played the originals demo back in the day a long long time ago. If I'm correct this is the third game and the only relevance it has to the first two games are two characters. Rios and Salem. Won't talk plot because it'll just ruin it. I won't have much to say on this to be honest. The game is pretty much in the title. You lead a character named Alpha who's partner is called Bravo. Bravo has your typical side-kick/buddy/lower in the chain of command cockiness attitude. Leaves the deeper you get into the game understandably. You're job is to protect a local politician who is trying his best to shut down the cartel and then from that point on the game is absolute nuts. Waves upon waves of enemies. It's like a progressive horde/score attack kind of game. You rack money up and you unlock better equipment as you go along. Missions are pure mayhem. Everything that happens is just in your face. There isn't much in terms of character development which is a shame, considering these two are absolute badasses it would of been nice to touch up on history and what not but like I said this game's in your face. There's so much going on I guess it doesn't really have time. Not much of a soundtrack. A good variety of weapons, masks, outifits and tattoos and you can mix and match after every episode. This game can be played full online co-op or couch co-op and if you're looking for a fun shooter which is just mayhem give it a go. It's some great fun. I was hoping there would be a sequel involving these two or that of a possible Reboot of the series for this gen of consoles but I'm not sure how well this sold or how well received it was.
  10. #217 - Army of TWO: The Devil's Cartel (PS3) | Enjoyment: 8/10 | Difficulty: 3/10 | 13/8/17 | Recommendable | Now, I don't know much about Army of TWO. I only ever played the originals demo back in the day a long long time ago. If I'm correct this is the third game and the only relevance it has to the first two games are two characters. Rios and Salem. Won't talk plot because it'll just ruin it. I won't have much to say on this to be honest. The game is pretty much in the title. You lead a character named Alpha who's partner is called Bravo. Bravo has your typical side-kick/buddy/lower in the chain of command cockiness attitude. Leaves the deeper you get into the game understandably. You're job is to protect a local politician who is trying his best to shut down the cartel and then from that point on the game is absolute nuts. Waves upon waves of enemies. It's like a progressive horde/score attack kind of game. You rack money up and you unlock better equipment as you go along. Missions are pure mayhem. Everything that happens is just in your face. There isn't much in terms of character development which is a shame, considering these two are absolute badasses it would of been nice to touch up on history and what not but like I said this game's in your face. There's so much going on I guess it doesn't really have time. Not much of a soundtrack. A good variety of weapons, masks, outifits and tattoos and you can mix and match after every episode. This game can be played full online co-op or couch co-op and if you're looking for a fun shooter which is just mayhem give it a go. It's some great fun. I was hoping there would be a sequel involving these two or that of a possible Reboot of the series for this gen of consoles but I'm not sure how well this sold or how well received it was.
  11. Newcastle sure do 😜
  12. I think every team in the league has a rubbish defence.
  13. Sick of the season already hahahaha. Great start from the boys in Red, it's our year, it's our year. 😂
  14. Army of two is basically one big horde/score attack mode. It's kind of cheesy but it's fun all the same.

  15. Frustrating when it's only the one trophy as well. I'm sure they'll fix it eventually.