Jounochi

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About Jounochi

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  • Birthday 03/11/92

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  1. Quarter Muncher in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. This trophy is a little side thing that you can do on one of the DLC zombie maps that takes about an hour or two to prep. Once you've prepared for everything you can attempt to beat the little minigame that is tied to this trophy. The problem isn't that the game takes a little bit to get used to, it's the fact that you cannot restart the minigame to try again if you fail. The minigame can be done solo, although I wouldn't recommend it, and even then you are reliant on you partners to be competent at the minigame as well. Me and my friend luckily got it on our second try, but this was a trophy that we thought would keep us from the 100%.
  2. Seems like a fun diversion from Mad Max for the time being. I don't have a lot, but that's probably because I play most of my games alongside other games. Fastest Achievers: #5 LEGO Ninjago Movie: The Videogame | 15 hours, 12 minutes #12 Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare | 1 week, 4 days #14 Statik | 2 hours, 30 minutes #30 Machinarium (VITA) | 1 hour, 46 minutes #47 Our World is Ended | 1 week, 1 day First Achievers: #4 Licky The Lucky Lizard Lives Again | 38 minutes, 59 seconds #28 Caravan Stories | 2 months, 22 hours #41 Dengenki Bunko: Fighting Climax | 6 days, 14 minutes
  3. This is what I've found. Don't know if there is another but it looks like this is the main offender.
  4. Definitely like the details in the smaller one. If PSN ever celebrated the PS anniversary it would be cool to swap the current plat image with the old one for the day.
  5. A lot of people have probably been cleaning up their backlogs due to the pandemic. This was one of the games I had on the PSVITA that I always wanted to complete and booted it back up once things started shutting down.
  6. That is a lot more work than it looks and not worth the time or energy of the people working to ensure the current leaderboards stay clean. I recommend hanging around the disputes section of the forum to see how much work some disputes actually take to process. It sucks, but the clean slate approach is the best way to get flags off the profile.
  7. Ah okay, cool. I'm not in the speed runner community so it looked out of place since I'm used to people usually only having an alt account for testing games they might not be sure of. Thanks for giving an explanation.
  8. Definitely the manliest avatar I've ever seen.

    1. Avatar_Of_Battle

      Avatar_Of_Battle

      That avatar has been passed down the Armstrong line for generations.

    2. Beyondthegrave07
    3. Jounochi

      Jounochi

      😂  😂 Glad to see the Armstrong love still lives

  9. It's not just me that finds that the top 6 placements on the UC4 100% leaderboard a little strange, right? If I had to guess, all of these accounts probably belong to a single person due to the amount of games that overlap profile to profile. That person most likely being the OP.
  10. Platinum #166 - Angry Birds Star Wars (PS3) Got this for free on a buy 2 get 1 free sale at GameStop and didn't know what to expect. I played the original Angry Birds on mobile way back and thought it might be a fun game to play. It turned out to be a decent time and it was fun chasing high scores and three stars on the main maps. The only thing I really disliked was that it felt like they barely did anything for the console port. There were quite a few levels that were designed specifically for tapping a screen rather than for joysticks, which made three starring and getting consistent clears really tough. Enjoyment: 6/10 Platinum Difficulty: 4/10 100% Battlefield 3 (PS3) Already had this platted and decided to go back to 100%. You need a group to boost the DLC nowadays but there is still a pretty active community that play on servers that rotate between conquest and rush. Had a blast jumping back in and finishing up assignments.
  11. Platinum #165 - Our World Is Ended (PS4) I really, REALLY wanted to like this VN because there is so much that is done right, but it falls flat on its' face and became a game that was a pain to work through. Straight off the bat, the game greets you with an amazing soundtrack and beautifully drawn characters. Every character is well done and felt unique to the game. The music is varied and is reminiscent of the Persona 4/Catherine soundtrack. The menus are amazing, super stylized and contains features that are actually useful if you are chasing the platinum. The story is where this VN trips up, and I think I started skipping at around chapter 2 because I was so bored. In the prologue, the story is slightly fan servicey, however, it builds an interesting world and through chapter 1. After chapter 1 it is all downhill because every other line is about tits and ass. There were legitimate issues that the cast had to deal with but it felt like there would be side tangents that would last literal hours with the cast bickering and talking about breast sizes. This was an impulse buy for me and I somewhat regret it. At least it looks and sounds nice. Enjoyment: 2/10 Platinum Difficulty: 1/10
  12. I could see the regular PS5 going from anywhere between $450~550 and the digital only one going for $400~500. Sony will probably bank on customers purchasing their peripherals at launch along with a good number of games. $600 for the Series X will basically kill their launch since the main game, Halo, has been pushed back to 2021. I could see all this recent news having a long-term devastating effect on Xbox in general. If they could release at around $450~500 they may be able to hold on until some of their heavy hitters are able to release, but I can see a lot of people holding off on purchasing a unit until then.
  13. Platinum #164 - Assassin's Creed IV Black Flag (PS3) I had an urge to replay the main game of ACIV after 100%ing the PS4 version, so I decided to return to it on the PS3 since it had a separate trophy list. Absolutely loved replaying this game, but the online was extremely unstable for me. I actually couldn't play online with my main PS3 and found out that my old PS3 had less issues connecting. Enjoyment: 6/10 Platinum Difficulty: 3/10
  14. Platinum #162 - Assassin's Creed Black Flag (PS4) This one felt really good to finally pop. Assassin's Creed Black Flag released during the transitional period between the PS3 and the PS4. At this time there was a thing that Sony and a select number of game studios were doing in which you could upgrade your PS3 physical license to a PS4 license. All you needed to do was pay $10 and have your PS3 disc in the drive in order to play the PS4 version. This was the only game I can recall upgrading and I always find it odd putting a PS3 disc into a PS4. Initially, I did not like this game as much as others. The main attraction, pirating, was cool, but I found it repetative after a while. After a couple years the concept finally seemed appealing and I decided to 100% the game.Platinum The music in this game is one of the things that really kept me playing. Everything from the shanties to the theme music was really well done. This has become one of my favorite AC games and I am currently finishing up the PS3 version as well. Platinum Difficulty: 3/10 Enjoyment: 6/10 Platinum #163 - Unraveled (PS4) Got this game because a friend was telling me how much he loved the games in this little series. This wasn't a particularly tough game to finish, but the platinum does require deathless runs on each stage. I made the mistake of trying out the second game before playing this game. Unraveled in comparison to Unraveled 2 is a lot stiffer in terms of controls. That said, there are certain mechanics that are taken out in Unraveled 2 that I actually enjoyed in Unraveled. The game is probably 3~4 hours in length if you play it just for the story. Add on another 7~9 hours if you're going for full completion. Platinum Difficulty: 2/10 Enjoyment: 7/10
  15. Definitely shed a tear at the end of The Walking Dead season 1 and at the beginning of The Last of Us. What, a grown man can't clear his tear ducts?