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  1. #288 Chaos on Deponia I thought this was an excellent follow up to the first Deponia game and leaves me looking forward to playing the other two in the series when I see a good deal on them. It's a fine example of a classic Point & Click game with a wicked sense of humour and several amusing moments. I recommend it highly. Enjoyment: 8/10 Difficulty: 3/10 #289 Black Mirror Eh. This was okay. The story was interesting and there were some suitably creepy characters lurking in the creepy mansion the game takes place in. The mechanics are sadly what let this down including an almost unmovable camera that doesn't budge very far, borderline tank controls and slow walking speed for the main character who occasionally also gets stuck on bits of scenery and objects if you walk too close to them. It looked and felt like playing a PS3 game. Would recommend if you fancy a spooky tale but don't expect a great game. Enjoyment: 5/10 Difficulty: 3/10 #290 Conan Exiles I'm not going to lie, if it wasn't free on PS+ and didn't have a debug mode I would never have touched this game. From what I saw during my limited play time, it appears to be extremely unpolished and dull to play. The PS4 version utilises the same UI as the PC version which makes inventory management an absolute nightmare using a Dual Shock 4 and it grated very quickly. Was happy to be done with this. Enjoyment: N/A Difficulty: N/A #291 The Raven Remastered I missed this game when it was on PS3 and decided to give the remaster a go on PS4. I enjoyed it very much although Chapter 1 was a bit of a slog as you're contained to moving between three small train carriages for the most part. Things get a lot more interesting as soon as the action switches to the cruise ship shortly afterwards. The gameplay was solid and the cast of characters are varied. The story was enjoyable as well and kept me guessing until the end. Some more spoilery thoughts below. Enjoyment: 9/10 Difficulty: 3/10
  2. This could have been a sub-10% rarity platinum if they'd made the survival trophy a part of the main list. I'm not a fan of these difficulty related trophies being added after the game has launched.
  3. The trophies look pretty simple for an Everybody's Golf title. I'm playing through the Vita version at the moment and having fun with it. This game makes me wish I owned a PlayStation VR.
  4. Hitman Journey Firewatch Resident Evil 4 Touch My Katamari The Walking Dead: Season 2 Uncharted: Fight For Fortune
  5. You should be fine. I had no problem doing it with chapter select personally. I missed the final two shiv doors during my original run through the game on Easy and I missed the one in the Firefly Lab for a second time on Grounded cos I didn't have enough parts to craft a shiv. Went back and opened that one via chapter select afterwards and it popped with no trouble.
  6. #283 Kingmaker: Rise to the Throne Enjoyment: 8/10 Difficulty: 3/10 #284 Queen's Quest 2: Stories of Forgotten Past Enjoyment: 5/10 Difficulty: 5/10 #285 Modern Tales: Age of Invention Enjoyment: 8/10 Difficulty: 2/10 Back up to date with a complete collection of Artifex Mundi platinums thanks to these three. I enjoyed them as I always do. I enjoyed Modern Tales and Kingmaker in particular. They were the best of the three. Queen's Quest 2 felt a little bit off to me for reasons I can't quite put my finger on. #286 Nubla 2 Enjoyment: 5/10 Difficulty: 2/10 This wasn't as glitchy as I expected it to be and the 1.05 patch appears to have fixed all of the bugs as I didn't experience any crashes. I thought it was better than the first game and it clocks in at a meatier 2 hours compared to 30-40 minutes for the original. Having said that, the pacing of the game is poor and Chapter 3 is a massive slog with lots of tedious backtracking back and forth, fetching and carrying etc. Chapter 3 actually clocks in longer than Chapter 0, 1, 2 and 4 combined just to give you an idea. #287 The Mooseman Enjoyment: 7/10 Difficulty: 3/10 This was pretty decent. I loved the beautiful artwork and I thought the soundtrack was great. The gameplay was a bit too simplistic in places but overall my experience with the game was a good one. The environments are superb and do need to be seen to be believed. Added in to that are the gameplay mechanics which allow you to shift in and out of different environments thus revealing additional layers to the levels as you guide the protagonist (the shaman of a tribe) towards the game's ending. Recommended.
  7. Which is fair enough but my comment was aimed at the weak standard of the joint offering which is way below average. That goes for whether a person owns both, one, or neither game. Compare them with the two PS4 games included in the same month of last year. The drop in quality is staggering.
  8. I bought What Remains of Edith Finch in a sale a while ago. Oh well Will download Overcooked 2 but this is a disappointing month whichever way you look at it. Easily the weakest lineup I've ever seen.
  9. I was thankfully able to delete the Singstar trophy list after accidentally opening it one day whilst clumsily navigating the XMB on my PS3. I think quite a few people have also done this It really annoys me you can't just delete this stupid game
  10. Wipeout 2048 Servers are now closed and despite knowing well in advance of when they were closing I just couldn't summon the will power to get the online trophies done as they required a lot of effort and coordination. EA Sports FIFA Football Home & Away trophy is glitched for everyone so the platinum is unobtainable. Alteric Just a really annoying and frustrating game. Got stuck on the infamous Level 24 and haven't touched it since then. Too frustrating for words. Besides those three, I fully intend to finish off everything else on my list at some point.
  11. Looks like a simple but enjoyable list. My fiancée is getting me this for my birthday next month so I'm looking forward to playing it. Correct!
  12. That statue is stunning and Iike the Kenny hat as well. I'm not bothered about anything else in the set though. I like the idea of having every Walking Dead episode on a single disc though so I hope they release that on it's own.
  13. #276 Rime A beautiful game with a beautiful soundtrack. I really enjoyed this. The game begins with a boy who has washed ashore on a lush looking island (the kind of island you'd definitely want to wash up on if your boat were to sink) which has a giant tower at the centre of it. A mysterious (and cute looking) fox helps pops up from time to time to guide you as you make your way towards it in the hope of finding the boy's father. The story contained within is rather loose but I found it touching, especially with the way it explores the "five stages of grief" in particular. Making my way towards the end of the game, the true meaning behind the story began to reveal itself to me a lot more and as a father myself, the ending was quite the gut punch. If you grabbed this when it was on PS+ and it's sitting in your backlog then give it a go. It's not for everyone and I can totally understand why some may find it boring but personally I loved it Enjoyment: 10/10 Difficulty: 5/10
  14. To be honest, I'd settle for emulated versions of the second and third games and I'd do the platinums all over again. They don't have to do anything to them...Just release them as they were. The original releases were a hell of a lot better than that terrible HD Collection as well.