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  1. Is it just me or did this just get delisted?
  2. It's not exactly a specific idea, but what I really want to see become the reality if not become more common is seeing "kids" games reach the cinematic quality of games like Uncharted and The Last of Us. It could literally be a playable Pixar movie, but I want a future where games don't have to have realistic human models to be gaming masterpieces. There are many cartoon shows and animated films out there that have proven they can achieve emotional depth and occasionally have the guts to go darker while still being age appropriate, hell if it could make me cry then it did a fantastic job. I'm not exactly asking for a Crash Bandicoot game to make me cry. Games like Jak and Kingdom Hearts are probably the closest thing to what I'm describing, but I feel like we're only scratching the surface. So really I may be asking for two different things between a kids game that can make you cry like a Pixar movie does or kids games that make you feel like a badass like Kratos which Teen Titans is probably the first immediate example I can think of with that, but the point is, first of all there's not enough "kids" or cartoony games, but more so there's not enough risks being taken on the story end while still not quite hitting the M rating I feel.
  3. It kind of goes without saying why but it's a close race between Uncharted 4 and Crash Bandicoot: Warped. Uncharted 4 because my favorite series built up to a finale that really paid off, and Crash Bandicoot: Warped because it was the first game I've ever played and I never thought my childhood would get remade, and these were my 50th and 75th platinums respectively.
  4. This is insane. The Last of Us: Pt. II is not even out yet let alone still a bit of a way to go and here THQ puts out trophy lists for games post-The Last of Us: Pt. II for SpongeBob and this when July isn't even close yet.
  5. It's really not too terrible outside of the expected levels like Vjun, and in my experience the earlier levels were tougher than the later levels because of the lack of upgrades, but the best advice I can provide is make good use of the quick saving in using it whenever you really need it and not getting too cocky, and mostly just play the levels in a smart order so you'll be better equipped for the tougher levels and play all of them instead of skipping one. Idk if playing light side makes a difference, but I felt more comfortable playing dark side relying on drain a lot plus having heal on me.
  6. Call it a theory, but if they've done it before for mobile, they can certainly do it again just as with Outcast and Academy. The demand is certainly there, and I'm sure PlayStation and Nintendo fans are dying to get their hands on it since it's never been on their platform. That's if EA doesn't beat them to the punch with a remake, and if so god forbid it gets mishandled.
  7. The other two trophies can easily be achieved through Team FFA and letting your teammates do most of the legwork.
  8. Episode I Racer is next.
  9. You can't go wrong with Crash and Spyro.
  10. I literally only have the level 20 and 30 trophies left and I'm at level 19.
  11. Knack. What else?
  12. Trophies are here if anyone’s interested, but a spoiler warning just in case. https://www.exophase.com/game/kingdom-hearts-iii-psn/trophies/
  13. You really don't have to guess with mine being a huge Harry Potter fan growing up, and I've just always liked the odd numbers way more than even, though I almost left the 7 out initially, but it has a nicer ring to it having it there. Never sought out to change it because it worked so well for me, granted Harry Potter doesn't have as much of an impact on me now as it did then, but it's a nice nod to not forget who I was having Harry Potter mixed in with all these PlayStation exclusives like Uncharted I love to this day that may or less define me now.
  14. 1. Uncharted 4: A Thief's End 2. Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy 3. The Last of Us 4. BioShock Infinite 5. Marvel's Spider-man 6. Kingdom Hearts III 7. Detroit: Become Human 8. Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception 9. Dishonored 10. Heavy Rain Honorable Mentions: inFAMOUS 2, Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time, Batman: The Enemy Within, Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice, Red Dead Redemption
  15. Alice: Madness Returns