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  1. You're probably right that it wouldn't be considered normal if it was in a non-apocalyptic world, it would be illegal to murder someone just to get revenge, probably a good chance the murderer was sent to jail anyways which may satisfy some people, you're very unlikely to have killed someone before and you are very unlikely to have any sort of adequate training in guns or whatever. But this game is in an apocalyptic world, the law is not going to bother you if you murder someone, the murderer is not going to face any 'justice' unless someone becomes the law and brings it upon them, and finally you're very likely to have killed before so mentally being able to kill someone is not a problem. Her father death may be 5 years, but it's not like it wasn't on her mind everyday whilst she got buff and looked for any leads to Joel's location.
  2. This part was so boring for me that I am writing how to save time on this. This can be a 3-4 hour long grind if you're not careful, you'll need at least 3000 points to buy two items that let you learn the batting battle skill and the heat action which you need for platinum. The best way to farm points is to do the Home Run competition which you unlock by doing the first 3 Home Run courses. Now to make the minigame super easy, you should know that the pitcher always throws it at the same place, so follow the guide here where someone has written the list of where it lands. Also buying the serene bat (200 points) will make it easier to get the timing right and I recommend also using it for the Home Run competition even if only gives 0.7 of the total points. https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/boards/218734-yakuza-kiwami-2/76948924 For the guide above, the OP gives up writing instructions when you reach the 9th set of the Home Run competition as it is random, this is a shame as if you stop there you'll only get 300ish points which means you need to do the Home Run competition 8-10 times - however hidden away on the last page is someone realising that the pitcher always throws the same sort of pitch. They only write the first expert set, so here is the rest I got up to (including first one): HR Competition 9 Soaring Eagle (up 1 square) American dream (spinning 2nd round hit, same square) Splitter (down 1 square) Curveball (down right) Freedom Fastball (click on launch) Slider (right 1 square) Shootball (left 1 square) Sinker (down left) Cutter (right slightly) Forkball (down 1 square) HR Competition 10 American dream (spinning 2nd round hit, same square) Splitter (down 1 square) Curveball (down right) Freedom Fastball (click on launch) Sinker (down left) Shootball (left 1 square) Slider (right 1 square) American dream (spinning 2nd round hit, same square) Forkball (down 1 square) American dream (spinning 2nd round hit, same square) HR Competition 11 Shootball (left 1 square) Straight (same square) Freedom Fastball (click on launch) Slider (right 1 square) American dream (spinning 2nd round hit, same square) Shootball (left 1 square) Straight (same square) Soaring Eagle (up 1 square) Shootball (left 1 square) American dream (spinning 2nd round hit, same square) HR Competition 12 Soaring Eagle (up 1 square) American dream (spinning 2nd round hit, same square) Splitter (down 1 square) Curveball (down right) Freedom Fastball (click on launch) Slider (right 1 square) Shootball (left 1 square) Sinker (down left) Slider (right 1 square) Splitter (down 1 square) HR Competition 13 (repeats 12) Soaring Eagle (up 1 square) American dream (spinning 2nd round hit, same square) Splitter (down 1 square) Curveball (down right) Freedom Fastball (click on launch) Slider (right 1 square) Shootball (left 1 square) Sinker (down left) Slider (right 1 square) Splitter (down 1 square) HR Competition 14 (repeats 10) American dream (spinning 2nd round hit, same square) Splitter (down 1 square) Curveball (down right) Freedom Fastball (click on launch) Sinker (down left) Shootball (left 1 square) Slider (right 1 square) American dream (spinning 2nd round hit, same square) Forkball (down 1 square) American dream (spinning 2nd round hit, same square) I gave up after this as I had enough points, but I assume the rest just repeats one of the other sets. I can't recall how much points I got by doing up to HR 14, but possibly 800+ points? One expert set is 100 points at least so this will save you a lot of time as 1-8 HR takes too long for so little points.
  3. It's pretty much implied you called him dumb as the instablown move is the most common cause of death and frustation. From your statement, dying from any other means is indirectly labelled as dumber. I'm not sure why you are laughing at me because it seems you have missed my point, I never claimed you couldn't beat the higher difficulty, I stated that there was no point in bringing someone down about being mad about a boss and acting all superior about beating him on normal only (without disclosing this) at the time - I and many others can do this as well but most would probably just suggest advice only without bragging about destroying a boss on the easiest difficulty. Since you still feel the same way even on the harder difficulty then fair enough, your boast now holds value but is still unnecessarily condescending.
  4. Lol I believe I'm seeing a pot calling the kettle black - considering you said the other guy was dumb and then boast about beating the boss on the easiest difficulty (probably solo as well which is even easier).
  5. I'm not trying to be an ass, but there's no point or validity on saying that when you haven't won a match on Hard or above difficulty.
  6. Does your stats level scale up the difficulty of the enemies or something? You kill enemies too fast and can't get SS grade?
  7. I loved Until Dawn - I would say the first half of the game is slow with cheap jump scares but the latter half is horror/thriller where the atmosphere is super creepy and has intense set pieces.
  8. I personally found Velocity 2x (just needs practice), Gauntlet (some afk grinding), Super Time Force Ultra, Banner Saga and Frozen Synapse quite easy Ultra Rares - I also found them quite enjoyable to platinum as well!
  9. Lone Survivor at 5.24%, if I recall it's always been hovering around there.
  10. This is for anyone who has trouble with this trophy. I believe the main reason why it took me 15+ tries is because the intro cutscenes possibly counts as part of the timer. On most of my attempts I would casually exit the intro when it had ran for a few seconds but on my successful try I actually spammed exit (fast enough that I ended up crouching at the start) and I was able to get it on my first attempt . P.S. I skipped the outro/credits when the trophy popped.
  11. In my world I would like the MP trophies to exist but not essential to get the platinum =P
  12. Heya, every new game + you play you must select a magic type you haven't picked before. Since you're on NG++ you only have one magic type left you haven't used hence why the cleric was automatically picked (you can now use all 3 magic types). Edit: Grammar
  13. If that's true then fair enough. However the vita CPU isn't actually 10x stronger than the PS2 is it - maybe 6x at it's highest clock speed allowed by Sony (444MHz)? Still a bit hesitant to agree that it can easily run PS2 games in their native code without breaking a sweat - some PS2 ports which should arguably run better than emulators on Vita have poor FPS (like Jax & Daxter and God of War Collection that runs in 30fps when it ran 60fps on PS2). The porting developers could have done a better job but I doubt they could have raised it to 60fps without downscaling further. If it's such a struggle making a competent port because of hardware limitations then being able to brute force an emulator comfortably seem's a bit unlikely.
  14. I don't know enough about emulation but I'm sure it's more complicated than having better CPU (fairly sure it's capable of 2Ghz but is actually clocked at 800MHz to keep battery life longer and avoid overheating). Need to also take into account that the architecture of the Vita is slower than PC x86, the fact that some of the CPU has to be used for the operating system, figuring out how to emulate the Emotion engine etc. Latest smartphones have better hardware than Vita and the current PS2 emulator is still very slow and needs more time to optimise for it. Edit: Nvm it's not 800MHz but more like 444MHz at it's max. http://bitparade.co.uk/article.php?id=3859
  15. Unfortunately I don't believe the vita is capable to emulate PS2 games because the hardware isn't strong enough (would have been awesome though) - if I recall, an article said that for emulation to work the hardware needs to be 10x stronger than the original console. They can of course play ports of PS2 games but they require a lot of resources from the developers.