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  1. No Dragon's Crown
  2. Mask
  3. A week break from school gave me enough time to get these... #76 - Final Fantasy X HD Completion Obtain all available trophies As mostly an RPG newcomer, having truthfully only played less than a handful of them before this, I've always wanted to play a Final Fantasy game. See what the root to their acclaim was, why some of the entries are as popular as they are, and why they are considered classics. FFX, one of the most iconic JRPGs to date, seemed like prime opportunities to start the series. I went slow, taking a much longer time to complete this game than I really should have, but this was quite the adventure. Everything I was hoping for. A great story for one, a cast of characters you can care about, such a memorable soundtrack, an intricate and fun turn-based combat system that kept me from ever getting bored, the deep sphere grid, and even the side quests and minigames as well. Both the platinum and Wakka's fully upgraded celestial required so many games of Blitzball that I was starting to become tired of it. But looking back at all of the stuff I've done in Spira, I'm not forgetting it for awhile. I really enjoyed this game. Chocobo racing didn't have the best of controls, making it unnecessarily more difficult than it needed to be, but that was the only difficult part of the game for me. The sphere grid grind was quite long (farming luck spheres on the Earth Eater didn't make it any quicker, either). And capturing fiends around all of the areas of Spira was extremely dull (it was more boring than the sphere grid grinding, oddly). But nearly everything else was more fun than challenging, and more interesting than anything that could take away from the game. Facing off with each of the deadly superbosses and Original Creation fiends (without Yojimbo; I wanted to see how they were without Zanmato) were all enjoyable battles in their own right. Dodging 200 lightning bolts consecutively wasn't anything bad either. They all added to the experience. I'm taking a break from this universe to get back to games that don't require this much time to complete before starting X-2 and seeing where that takes the characters. But the hours I've spent here will be long remembered. #77 - Psychonauts Braniac Unlock all trophies. A PlayStation 2 platforming gem ported to PS4, with a long awaited sequel coming out next year. I'm quite glad I got the opportunity to play it, because this game is awesome. It has an entertaining story with a humorous cast of characters and a good protagonist in Razputin, a kid striving to become a Psychonaut, but it also as some really good platforming, levels, PSI powers, soundtrack, and noteworthy detail in just about everything the game has to go along with it. In the world of Psychonauts exists a plethora of collectibles, with there being more than a thousand, and multiple different types you have to be attentive toward to level up in rank and add more powers to your growing repertoire. The figments were a bit of an annoyance to track down though, mostly due to their transparence, being hard to see even if you were looking straight at it, huge amount, and mobility (transparent collectibles that move in different places around the room are not fun to get). But that is pretty much the only problem I found with the game. It was really fun to play, and I look forward to what becomes of Psychonauts 2.
  4. #77 - Psychonauts. It was a few months ago you gave it to me, but once again, thank you for the chance to play the game, @olimoo101.

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    2. ee28max

      ee28max

      Well done! 💯

    3. TheLastSurvivorD
    4. ihadalifeb4this

      ihadalifeb4this

      Congrats! Now we have same amount of plats.

  5. #76 - Final Fantasy X HD. The first FF game I've ever played. Really enjoyed it so.

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    2. Scyther

      Scyther

      Nice job!

    3. TheLastSurvivorD
    4. ihadalifeb4this

      ihadalifeb4this

      Congrats! I played this game to death on ps2. I maxed out all characters stats to 255. I bet I still have list of what each arena monster drops. It should be in box with game.

  6. Nice to see fellow young trophy hunters around here. We're not that much apart in age either, OP. I believe I started taking an interest in the trophy and achievement systems when I was 9 years old, playing Skate 2 and LittleBigPlanet (both my first two platinums, though on an account I've long since lost). I honestly don't accurately remember the story as to how I realized their existence. Maybe I just found them when searching the XMB and decided to look out for opportunities to unlock those trophies if they came up. As I've always kept to myself about gaming in general, I've never gotten questions about trophy hunting and have only ever told one of my closer cousins, a friend of mine, and my older brother about my hobby, none of which cared, minded, or thought any differently about me. A hundred and some games later, I'm glad I found trophy hunting when I did, as it (and, only when I started to seriously hunt trophies, the people of this website as well) opened my eyes to all of the other genres of video games. If I hadn't found it, I would probably be playing all of the NBA games and first-person shooters on PS3 and PS4 that have came out, as they are much more popular than anything else over here. I would've likely missed all of the actual gems and great games that the PS3 library has had to offer. Many trophy lists give incentive to play and experience the game in almost all (if not all) of its entirety, and, as Kittet said, you go deeper into a game and notice more than otherwise playing normally.
  7. Perseverance Defeat Penance
  8. The joy and sadness of the past, and moving forward to new adventures, enveloped in one colorful hour and thirty-six minutes.
  9. Luminary
  10. Rendition
  11. Derelict
  12. Assassin's Creed II Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood Assassin's Creed: Revelations Batman: Arkham Asylum Batman: Arkham City BioShock Darksiders Dead Space God of War HD God of War II HD God of War III God of War: Ascension God of War: Chains of Olympus God of War: Ghost of Sparta Heavy Rain inFAMOUS inFAMOUS 2 LittleBigPlanet Mirror's Edge [PROTOTYPE] Saints Row: The Third Sly Cooper and the Thievius Raccoonus HD Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time Teslagrad The Walking Dead: Season 1 Trine 2 Uncharted: Drake's Fortune Uncharted 2: Among Thieves Honorable Mention: Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag (PS3/PS4)
  13. Remember remember the 5th of November. I've never watched this before, and didn't know much about it... but now, it's easily one of my favorite films ever.