KenobiEagle

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  1. Hey everyone, Since the game is now over three years old, I was hoping to ask others who are currently playing the game if the current playable state of it has improved much since the early days of frequent patching. Is it still as buggy, glitchy, and prone to game crash/freezing as it was in 2016?
  2. I don't understand what went wrong with the lightsaber combat here. I actually enjoyed the feel of the different blasters this time around though. Nice looking trophies, fun trophy names, loads of content....it definitely scratched an itch. I don't regret playing this. Also, FTR, after playing all the way to 100% completion including the DLC, I only experienced the one freezing incident. Still, back up your file to the Cloud often just in case. But it would seem the game is in a much better state now than it was before.
  3. Coming back to this now that I've put in at least 25 hours of playtime.... I've only had the game freeze on me once. It did not affect my game data at all. Totally agree with your points regarding the load screens, the incredibly puzzling character selection screen (took me quite a while to realize it was sorted alphabetically), and the tremendous number of superfluous unlockable characters that no one knows. Also, evidently lightsabers don't automatically repel/ricochet blaster fire in this one?? Other than all that, I'm enjoying it. I like all the side missions and all the hubs. I like that it's different enough from Complete Saga and the Harry Potter games (the only other LEGO games I've played). Definitely going to Platinum this one and cannot wait for Skywalker Saga.
  4. The Nathan Drake Collection is free with PS+ this month! I would add to this conversation besides that that Assassin's Creed Origins, Horizon Zero Dawn, and FFXV are the games from this gen that will stick with me once we've moved on to PS5. I did not want to stop playing any of them and their stories had me sitting there in tears. Not related at all to story (because it doesn't really have one), for its stellar gameplay and quiet atmosphere alone, The Witness is also a game I will not soon forget. It's one of my top five games of all time, and if you're into puzzle games at all and/or have a significant other who may also be into puzzle games (or be willing to play one with you as a together activity), I can't recommend it enough.
  5. Precisely. It's a whole different mindset, and it really does wonders to keep you engaged with everything you're playing.
  6. I'm sure you'll get it with enough time and practice. Don't be discouraged. It all comes down to muscle memory and getting "in the zone." I know you'll get it if you keep trying!
  7. Can't find anything on the internet about this game. Does anyone know what it is and/or when it's coming out? Looks like an easy plat.
  8. It's one of those games you play in between the heavy action, heavy thinking-required games. It's so chill and relaxing, and it's incredibly stunning to watch in motion. I forgot how much I enjoyed it on Switch back in January until I started playing it again on PS4 tonight. Glad I rebought for the Platinum.
  9. Just so everyone knows, verified by personal experience, you can definitely QUIT to the main menu and then choose to CONTINUE to restart if you happen to mess up at any point during the windy parts. I was messing up in the beginning until I got the hang of it, and once I made it through successfully, the trophy did proc for me, despite the three or so resets.
  10. Pretty sure nothing is missable, trophy-wise. I just meant that I hope not to have to do too much chapter select outside the 1 or 2 things you have to beat the game first in order to encounter.
  11. Agree! I played this on Switch back in January and have no hesitations about earning a Platinum via a second playthrough. Thanks for sharing the walkthrough link. Definitely don't want to miss anything first time through, although there is chapter select (of sorts).
  12. NFS Hot Pursuit MotorStorm Pacific Rift Portal 2
  13. Still rather surprised the trophy list for the game isn’t up on this site yet. Timing is normally in advance of launch by at least a day.
  14. 2010 - 3 Most Common: Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands (24.63%) Rarest: UNCHARTED: Drake's Fortune (18.86%) Favorite: Ratchet & Clank: A Crack in Time Hardest: UNCHARTED: Drake's Fortune 2011 - 12 Most Common: LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 (30.02%) Rarest: You Don't Know Jack (5.10%) Favorite: Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit Hardest: Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2012 - 5 Most Common: Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy (38.42%) Rarest: Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning (7.61%) Favorite: Final Fantasy XIII-2 Hardest: Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning 2013 - 3 Most Common: Assassin's Creed: Revelations (8.93%) Rarest: Assassin's Creed III (5.49%) Favorite: Assassin's Creed III Hardest: Assassin's Creed III 2014 - 0 2015 - 0 2016 - 2 Most Common: Rocket League (21.11%) Rarest: The Witness (12.17%) Favorite: The Witness Hardest: The Witness 2017 - 23 Most Common: Lara Croft GO (78.83%) Rarest: Tearaway: Unfolded (6.54%) Favorite: UNCHARTED 4: A Thief's End Hardest: Crash Bandicoot: Warped 2018 - 23 Most Common: Super Destronaut DX (98.48%) Rarest: Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age (11.25%) Favorite: Assassin's Creed: Origins Hardest: Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age 2019 - 7 (so far...) Most Common: Truberbrook (55.23%) Rarest: Assassin's Creed III: Remastered (17.16%) Favorite: Assassin's Creed III: Remastered Hardest: Yooka Laylee and the Impossible Lair In the beginning, I thought of Platinums as distinguished badges to be earned on only the games I really enjoyed or wanted to play as much as possible before moving on. 2017 was an extremely rough and demanding year for me, and when I turned to gaming as my primary means of escape, trophy hunting became quite the hobby and I went wild with it. I tried in 2018 to reign it in, but I let myself get the best of me towards the end of the summer a little bit. The wide gap between 2014 and 2016 was due primarily to me holding out on picking up a PS4, playing my Wii U quite a bit, and simply not feeling up to the grinds or challenges necessary to earn the Platinum for the PS3 games I was playing during that span of time. With the coming of a new gen next year, I'm sincerely hoping to fall back into my Platinum-earning philosophy from last gen. Only pick up games that I truly care to play for the pure joy of it, earn a few Platinums along the way because I want to (not due to any sense of obligation).
  15. Speaking of AC3... LOVE that game, but I was so upset to discover the Remaster really didn't fix any of the glitches that were left unpatched last gen. I see NOW why so many do not like that game. I had fallen so in love with it back in 2013 that I ignored them all then...but not in November 2019!
  16. Anyone have this problem while online?
  17. Reviews on YouTube and text websites seem to frequently mention issues with the gameplay mechanics not working so well. I see many have earned the Platinum. I'm curious to know if anyone here has experienced any of what they've been discussing. I'm interested in the game, but I wouldn't want to have to "fight the game" every step of the way.
  18. Forced into a draw twice so far with this program. What gives
  19. It doesn't mesh with the rest of the game content. None of the 40 regular stages come even remotely close to being as challenging as the Impossible Lair. It could have been a difficult level without being quite so much harder than everything else. That was my take. I don't want to play that level ever again, and I'm glad I don't have to.
  20. Did you clear most or all of the missions with just the one assassin? I think there are more than enough missions available to level all six recruits up to Assassin rank before even completing them all. Haven't tested this myself, but perhaps the 7th mission under each state is repeatable? If you have cleared all missions, including the 7th ones, and those 7th missions are not repeatable, then as AJ said above, you'll have to just repeatedly send them out to fight soldiers until they level up that way.
  21. Have you liberated any districts in Boston or New York? Each district nets you a new recruit.
  22. Just realized they couldn’t even be bothered to put the : after NFS in the game title. 😩
  23. Lol, what the heck is this. Oh well, at least I won’t be coming up on any milestones when I get around to playing this game in a few months. Actually, you guys think the current art is just placeholders? I feel like that’s happened before with some other games. The list gets uploaded before the art is confirmed or made available...
  24. Hard to tell at this point how challenging it will be not to die in those stages, but besides that, super easy list.
  25. Took me 14 attempts to finally make it through. It was far from a "clean" run (truth be told, I was rather sloppy in the front half). What everyone else is saying is true: The front half is much more difficult to navigate than the latter half. By all means, attempt the Lair prior to freeing all 48 bees. But keep in mind, you'll be very glad you have all 48 bees unless you're particularly skilled at platformers. The timed segment at the end is a RUSH. Here's a speedrunner's successful attempt at a ZERO BEE clearing of the Lair. When I was about to give up all hope, I watched this through several times and picked up on many small tricks and maneuvers that really helped me keep bees in places where I was always losing 1-2 before.