ZEUS_OfThe_AEGIS

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  1. The more I think about it, the more I feel like as long as 1 player has the UPnP Enabled, he can connect to any player regardless of their settings AND those other players can connect to him as well. It's sort of like the OR Logic gates. OR X Y Result 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 Unlike AND gates where only when both inputs are 1 will the result be 1, the OR gates will give a positive result when either inputs is 1. So basically, as long as 1 person has a freed up connection he can successfully connect (positive result of 1) to anyone else even if they have a firewalled connection. ONLY when both players have Firewalled connections (0 inputs) would it be impossible for them to connect. This is just based on logic though..... As I too like VirtualNight had huge problems connecting with people when there were a lot of active players. Only after enabling my UPnP could I connect with anyone....... But that doesn't explain how in some lobbies I saw 3-4 players (meaning the host had a free connection) but I still couldn't connect. It could quite honestly be the other way around and the connection works like the AND gates. X Y Result 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 Meaning that only when both players have a free connection (positive inputs) will they be able to connect. It could be much more complicated than that but yeah..... I can't really be bothered to test it now.
  2. Oh.... Well I'm not 100% sure. My friend probably wouldn't know how his Firewall and UPnP is set up so I can't say for certain that only me enabling UPnP set up a 2 way bridge where I could connect to him as well as he could connect to me. If the person you are playing with is your friend, try asking if he can enable UPnP in his router settings. I doubt a one way streak i.e only you not having a firewall would still work if both of you needed the trophy. I can't really test this for now as the game for me is done and deleted.
  3. Yes, it will. If your UPnP is enabled and you are able to join an active lobby hosted by someone else, the trophy will immediately pop for you. It doesn't matter if the other player can't connect to other people, YOU have to be the one to join someone, be it anyone, else's lobby to get the trophy.
  4. I'd like to confirm VirtualNight's method about the UPnP fixing this issue. I just got my trophy and its a big fucking relief! Don't let this 1 trophy sour your experience of an otherwise great single player game. There are 3 main steps that I did to get this trophy to work, 1 of which should benefit your PS3 at all times. 1. Put your PS3 in a DMZ. Google the process, it won't take you more than 30 mins to understand what it is and how it benefits your PS3 and the actual process will take all of 2 minutes. This is what is generally gonna be good for you. I already had mine set up like that since last year. 2. Put the following Ports in your router's port forwarding settings. Again Google the process, depending upon your router it may be different from others. You need to forward the following ports: UDP 8766 UDP 14001 UDP 27015-27030. UDP is the "protocol", just enter the numbers where it says "ports" and assign it to the IP you assigned to your PS3 which has DMZ enabled for it. You can delete these port settings later on if you wish. 3. Most importantly, as VirtualNight said, go into your router settings and set UPnP to Enabled. If it's already enabled just Enable it on your PS3 next, from internet connection settings. Don't connect any other device to the internet once you enable UPnP, immediately disconnect your PC too after enabling it. Now turn on PS3 and try to find a match in Blazerush. Regardless of if you want to join someone else or someone else wants to join you, it will always connect! Disable UPnP after the trophy pops. Important note about the trophy! The trophy will only pop for the player joining the Host and not for the Host himself. My mate, who I joined, didn't get the trophy even after it popped for me. I had to create a new lobby and invite him for it to trigger for him. After agonizing for almost 5 hours in hopes of randomly connecting with someone I can safely say that the devil is in the details. All 3 of the above steps may not be needed to get your game to connect but considering you would have to directly connect your PS3 to the internet without a router or need to have 2 PS3s to bypass the firewall, I'd say it's better to not take any chances. A simple internal change is a much better alternative and a more plausible one too for the avid trophy hunter. Good luck all
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  6. Hey, I was having problems with this too. There are 2 ways to do it. The method in most trophy guides suggest Veil Off > ➡⬇↘C > A+B+C+D (IW EXS) But you won't get 5000+ even with Vorpal. From Options you have to specifically set Grid Guage to "Self Vorpal" then do the combo. 2nd method and how I got it without knowing about the "Self Vorpal" glitch beforehand. Wait till you have Vorpal available for 10% dmg boost, then in midscreen do ➡C cancel to IW ⬅↙⬇↘➡D Do the IW immediately after the ➡C but before it hits the enemy. That will prevent your IW from getting damage scaled and you'll get bonus dmg. Total will be 5001 dmg, JUST enough to get the trophy. Hope this helps.
  7. What I completely fail to realize is why you even bothered to continue the argument as far as you did when you don't even own the damn game......for that matter you don't own ANY hack & slash games! FFS the hardest game you even have is DOOM How would you ever realize the satisfaction of actually beating a game which is hard as shit to the point of driving you insane. Yet one still keeps playing it to the point where you are very comfortable and then wanna try something different, something new and fresh! This TYPE of thing Sergen did is nothing new but certainly fresh. People who master a game, which majority of the community agrees is hard, tend to do handicap playthroughs like a No Upgrade Run or full Stealth or No kills or No damage runs and even combinations of these. It's not to show off but for their own satisfaction. What Sergen has done is along the same lines. You basically NEED a partner for the team missions even if they are just going to twirl but having a Turbo controller, a 2nd PS3 and setting up the twirl himself Sergen has removed that requirement. Mind you this is not something just ANYONE could do. Even if you had the the equipment you would still require the skill to actually KILL everything vice versa even if you had the skills you would still need all of the equipment! So yeah, a hack & slash nut like myself I can definitely say that what Sergen has accomplished is worthy of praise. Its hella dope!