Ryoudji

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  1. Yes there is. I actually meant C;H Noah there. Oops. I would just drop it and wait for the game since it's already confirmed. A lot o crucial points of the story have been either rushed or removed, and there's barely any of the character interaction from the original story. If I hadn't played the game before it would be really difficult to understand the basic concepts of the series. At least it wasn't an absolute disaster like Chaos;Head anime.
  2. Good news. I'll make sure to check it out since its anime adaptation was a pretty terrible. It necessarily isn't a direct sequel to Chaos;Head so playing it without touching the first game wouldn't hurt. (though is still recommendable to play it) Still sad to see there's still no plans for official C;H Noah release, hopefully its current fan translation goes well and has some progress this year.
  3. #60 Shantae and the Pirate's Curse Broke the Curse Unlock all trophies for Shantae and the Pirate's Curse Fantastic game, it pretty much takes every aspect a good metroidvania-style game should have and improves them in its own way. Each level had its challenge that took a different approach to be solved. The use of items here are pretty much essential if you want to have an easier time (I rarely use them at the start and I just spammed my attacks, so I learned it the hard way ). Backtracking previous levels after getting new weapons was actually fun, you could always see a different block or path to be broken or items you couldn't reach without beating a later level first, getting my way to 100% wasn't boring after all. Even the speedrun challenges, something I particularly detest in games, was enjoyable this time after learning new tricks to save time. The game also had a great soundtrack and it's full of cute girls, it definitely was a must play for me. Enjoyment: 10/10 Difficulty: 5/10
  4. #59 Grim Fandango Remastered Number Nine Ticket Get all other trophies in the game. It's been a while since I planned to play this one, and it turned out to be a great point-and-click/adventure game for me. Besides the story I enjoyed the characters the most, pretty much all of them were likable to me in a certain way. The only downside was one glitch near the end of the game, almost killing my entire walkthrough, but luckily I was paranoid enough to have 3 save state just in case. Enjoyment: 7.5/10 Difficulty: 4/10
  5. #58 Super Exploding Zoo! Everything's Ruined Complete Super Exploding Zoo. Another satisfying game with a rather quick platinum. One big thanks to MaximePilgrim for helping with its glitched multiplayer trophies. Enjoyment: 6/10 Difficulty: 4/10
  6. #57 The Deadly Tower of Monsters Laundry list Complete all other missions This one was a surprise, I ended up liking it more than I thought. The game itself was simple and straightforward but at the same time enjoyable, I also liked how funny and 'meta' its story was, especially towards the end. The gameplay, however, was kind of lacking; I could barely see any different between the melee weapons I picked, the upgrades also seemed to have little to no real effect whatsoever, I could pretty much spam all the way to the top. However, exploring the tower after the endgame for the clean up trophies was surprisingly fast, they were set in a way the player wouldn't waste hours looking for them, but rather you could work on multiple missions while you descended the tower from the very top, with the help of checkpoints and teleports. It's a good game, with a fast platinum on top of that. Would recommend it to anyone especially those who have PS plus since it was November's pick. Enjoyment: 7/10 Difficult: 3/10
  7. #56 My Name is Mayo My Name is Mayo! Unlock all the trophies! Probably the cheapest and fastest Platinum I will ever get. Enjoyment: 2/10 Difficult: 1/10
  8. #55 Everybody's Gone To The Rapture The Pattern is Mine You got them all. You got them all. Very short but interesting game, I enjoyed its calm scenery and the soundtrack was pretty good as well. Had some trophy glitches and crazy frame drops here and there but nothing that could make me stop playing it. Enjoyment: 6/10 Difficult: 2/10
  9. Count me in for the $20 giveaway please. Thanks!
  10. #54 Mamorukun Curse! The Cursed! Collect all trophies. This game was one hell of a ride for me. It was my first shmup which I got to its completion, never could finish the games I played before because I was too inexperienced on this genre, but I learned a lot playing this one. Even after putting it on hold for almost a year I could practice again and eventually pop the platinum. The fact you can clean the 'bullets' off the screen actually helped me a lot, but for a long term strat it wouldn't save me all the time, in the end only by repeatedly learning the enemies' pattern and practicing my timing I would improve myself. I recommend it to anyone who is willing to sink some of their time into this game, it's pretty much entry-level to the genre and its mechanics are easy to learn. End-game challenges might be a real pain the ass and test the best of you but it's certainly rewarding once you complete all of them. Enjoyment: 10/10 Difficult: 9/10
  11. #53 Ether One Validation Excellent Work Restorer. Good game with an interesting story, but it could have been better if it didn't glitch so often, especially when doing the puzzles for trophies or the audio suddenly going mute, it kind of ruined the mood but I still could finish it just fine. Enjoyment: 5/10 Difficult: 3/10