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  1. I can't remember the last time where I was even remotely interested in an upcoming movie, much less as excited as I am to see how this is going to turn out. I won't even lie; it's probably my bias for psychological thriller speaking here. But to discount this as just another one of the DCEU movies when it's clearly setting itself apart, might be a little too quick of a judgement. I mean, isn't it supposed to be a standalone film? Enjoyable, without worrying about it's connection to the other movies? I'm the furthest thing from a moviegoer, really, but this looks like it's going to be a helluva of a thrill ride to watch. And I'll absolutely be there to see it all happen.
  2. Congratulations on that first platinum in advance, by the way.
  3. Once. Would definitely want to do it again sometime. Have you ever gone fishing?
  4. Nope. LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4?
  5. Generally, you would select the level you want to copy, switch to its second page, and look for the "Copy" option under the level description. Afterwards, place it on your Moon, re-select and switch to its second page again to find the "Publish" option there, then just put it wherever you want on your Earth. You won't be able to do this with a lot of the levels, though. Copying their levels, is an option the level creators themselves can toggle on and off, and many of the bigger levels typically won't have it. The level you're looking for might be the same. Even so, feel free to check.
  6. Even with how annoying and insufferable Hiyoko could be at times, she never failed to spice things up for the rest of the cast. Imagine how peaceful, and potentially dull, the dynamic of the group would be without a firestarter to keep things interesting? Her free-time events weren't all that bad, either. If I really had to say, Teruteru and Akane would probably be my least favorite two of the bunch. Looking back, neither had an impactful or interesting contribution to the group, nor any real development throughout the course of the game. That's if I had to say, though: otherwise, I really liked each of the sixteen students, and I always hated to see some of them die. Especially certain characters that went out far too early.
  7. Correct. Pretty unique, and enjoyable game. Still waiting for the sequel to release, though. Crash Bandicoot
  8. Nope. To continue on with it, though: Persona 5: Dancing Star Night
  9. Nope. Shenmue
  10. Akiba's Trip: Undead & Undressed (PS3/PS4) Assassin's Creed II Beyond: Two Souls Deadly Premonition: The Director's Cut Heavy Rain Horizon: Zero Dawn Life is Strange Lone Survivor: The Director's Cut Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands Remember Me Saints Row: The Third Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishments The Walking Dead: Season 1 Until Dawn
  11. No Dead Nation
  12. Yes. Onrush
  13. #92: Bayonetta Acquire all Trophies Acquire all Trophies First platinum of the year for me, and really, I couldn't've asked for a better game for the spot than this one. There's just no other way of putting it: this game is awesome! Admittedly, it's one of the most ridiculous and over-the-top titles I've played in a while. But it relishes in all of that, and rounds out as a whole, into a captivating hack 'n' slash. If you're open to all of the light-hearted humor and innuendo, then what is there not to like with this? From the soundtrack, among them the different renditions of Fly Me to the Moon, to well-done enemy and level design, and on to the gigantic, epic boss battles. On top of that, there's the sassy, badass protagonist the game is centered around. And then, as expected of a Platinum title, the combat's both incredibly entertaining. Especially when you start flowing Bayonetta's more stylish combos together, as that's when the real fun with the game's combat really begins. The torture attacks and Climax kills shown at the end of boss fights, whether they be brutal, awesome, or simply amusing, couldn't be more satisfying to end a battle or boss fight with either. These culminate into the many hectic, action-packed battles throughout the game. And I enjoyed pretty much every second of them. Because of the ∞ Climax difficulty, and some of the trickier Alfheim Portals, the platinum trophy itself took more time than I'd expected it to take. Luckily, with the right accessories equipped, some item management, and a bit of planning, the both of them become easier to deal with. Once again, this was quite the wonderful and memorable thrill ride from Platinum Games. I really couldn't recommend it enough to anyone who hasn't gotten around to playing it yet.
  14. No Transistor
  15. Nope LittleBigPlanet 3