Undead Wolf

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  1. #187 - Resident Evil Revelations Eye on the Trophy Obtain all trophies. Oh man, I'm really glad this is finally over with. Not a bad game by any stretch of the imagination, but it definitely overstayed its welcome. The singleplayer was fine - not my favourite in the Resident Evil series, but not the worst either. It's the Raid Mode I had a problem with. I had fun with it at first, but after a while, it really starts to feel like a chore. By the 70th hour or so I was ready to die. Probably the thing I hated most about the mode was how it really highlights how poorly designed some of the enemies were. Insta-kill enemies aren't fun, especially when you're expected to spend 30 minutes+ on some stages. Even worse is that enemies desync between you are your co-op partner on a regular basis, meaning one of these insta-kill enemies could be about to kill your partner and you can't even do anything about it. Thanks to @Redgrave for sticking it out with me. I'll hear this in my nightmares from now on...
  2. Yes, because Boogie is clearly the most reliable source... And I highly doubt anyone would be entering the dedicated gaming console space at this point - it's waaaay too late for that. I could see Google making a microconsole similar to the Apple TV, though (assuming they haven't already done so), but really, who cares?
  3. It's always a nice feeling to have the guide you were working on for a while get published. ^_^ It was quite possibly my biggest guide-writing challenge yet considering how the majority of us had never even played a Monster Hunter game before. There was a ton of content to cover too. I just hope we did the game justice, but as always, feel free to leave a comment on the guide with any constructive criticism you may have. We're always looking to improve it.

     

    And of course a big thanks to my co-writers @Redgrave, @Golden Devil Gamer, and @ManaFear. It was great working with you all! :D

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    2. Undead Wolf

      Undead Wolf

      Much appreciated, guys! :)

       

      @Dragon-Archon Haha, I'll bet. :lol: Thanks for getting it out so quick!

    3. Satoshi Ookami

      Satoshi Ookami

      Crazy! Now that's one hell of a guide!

      But... 350 hours? That seems to be pretty small amount 🤔

       

      You seem to be doing bigger and bigger guides with each installment :awesome: 

    4. Undead Wolf

      Undead Wolf

      I'll take that as a compliment. :lol: And yeah, I initially thought it was going to take a lot longer too, but the event quests help immensely when grinding for the crowns. The two people I know of who have the plat so far said it took them 290 and 330 hours respectively, so I figured 350 would be a decent estimate. Of course, it's subject to change as more people get the plat, though.

       

      And yeah, tell me about it. I guess I just can't help myself. :P

  4. Yes, the guns enable those who are mentally ill to commit atrocities, but getting rid of guns doesn't solve the core issue. I don't think removing the rights of everyone when the vast majority of gun owners in the US are responsible is the way to go. I don't deny that there are plenty of opportunities for arming teachers to backfire, but if they were trained in gun safety and were required to keep them secure by law, I do think there would be less school shootings overall. Having armed security guards on campus would be better, but the cost of that would be huge. As for why the US has guns, it's in their constitution - the right to keep and bear arms. It's there to give power to the people, and even though I'm British, I must say, I have a great deal of respect for the principles the US was founded on.
  5. I didn't say they could, but there's surprisingly a lot of violence in movies with lower age ratings. I think I heard about a scene in one of the newer Star Wars movies that has someone getting disintegrated into a cloud of blood by a ceiling fan at one point and kids can go see that like it's nothing. Haven't watched those movies, so I can't say for sure, but I bet others can come up with examples from other movies that are "suitable for kids/young teens". The point is, as a culture, the West (and more specifically the US) has been desensitised to violence. I'm not arguing that video games make people more violent, but they can have an effect on the developing mind of a child, or those who are easily influenced. And I'm pretty sure Trump was referring to violent video games, not all of them. As for arming teachers, that could serve as a deterrent to school shooters. I mean they're cowards - if the people in there actually had a way of defending themselves, they would think twice.
  6. Misleading title. He didn't just "blame video games" for corrupting the minds of children. In fact, he seemed to go much harder on violent movies. Quite honestly, I don't see anything wrong with what he said, and I actually agree with him that it's kind of ridiculous how a kid can go see movies with tons of violence when anything sexual is off-limits. Violent video games and movies aren't the problem, but the parents who don't give a fuck about what media their child consumes are. Here's a clip of what he said (with another misleading title, but it'll do). I fail to see anything wrong with his wording...
  7. Gabriel DropOut (12 Episodes + 2 OVA's) Score: 7/10 The characters in this were hilarious. I have a hard time picking my favourite, although Raphiel has a special place in my heart. Second season when?
  8. I played on Xbox 360 for the majority of last generation and I remember being into achievements since the beginning, although it was a lot more of a casual thing - I didn't attempt to 100% the vast majority of games I played. Part of the reason I got into them was to compete with my friends at the time to see who could get the highest gamerscore. I couldn't afford many new games back then either, so achievements were a way of getting more out of my purchases. When I bought a PS3 towards the end of 2013, my interest in achievements kind of just transferred to trophies, although getting the 100% in a game was vastly more appealing to me thanks to the platinum trophy. Then I discovered this site and the rest was history. I became a little obsessed with my stats and constantly wanted to improve them. I've come a long way since my humble beginnings as a casual achievement hunter.
  9. I wouldn't say useless. The problem isn't with the guns themselves, but the people behind them pulling the trigger. It's just that fixing mental health issues is way harder than blaming everything on guns and saying they should be banned.
  10. I'm not American, but don't you think these school shooters would think twice if the people in there actually had a way of defending themselves? These "Gun-Free School Zones" are useless...
  11. HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!! I'm past caring now and am just enjoying the show. If they think this is going to save them in the console space, they've got another thing coming! 😂
  12. You're right about that. I'm just "sheeple" just like everyone else who isn't you.
  13. But he was specifically talking about messages... And we didn't just get these "social media functions". We've had them ever since the the PS4 launched, so I don't see what you're really talking about...
  14. It looks like someone didn't read the replies... We've been able to send PSN messages on playstation.com for ages. This is nothing new.
  15. It's really not much different from what we already had on playstation.com except maybe it's a little more convenient/loads faster. I don't know why anyone is comparing it to this site. They have next to nothing in common...