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Angry Video Game Nerd I & II Deluxe Trophy Thoughts

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Plat the finishist 

 

You die, die, die, die, DIE! Gold trophy 

Die 100 times

 

Yeah, That Just Happened! Bronze trophy 
Ride the Fire Shark


Poopy Pickle silver trophy 
Find all Pickles

 

Nerd To The Future silver trophy 
Find all the Future Nerds

 

That's What Friends Are For silver trophy 
Unlock all playable characters

 

On The Naughty List for Life bronze trophy 
Kill Santa

 

Fred's Dead  gold trophy 
Beat Angry Video Game Nerd Adventures

 

It's So Bad silver trophy
Find the Glove of Power

 

Can I Fly Out Of This Game?  Silver trophy 
Find the Cape

 

Over 9000 is a Very Old Meme silver trophy 
Find the Swear'n'Scout


Max Advantage silver trophy
Find the Turbo Pad

 

Playing With UBER Power silver trophy
Find the Uber Scope

 

Super Nerd!  Gold trophy 
Find all the upgrades

 

NERD bronze trophy
Collect all cartridges in a level

 

Completionist NERD gold trophy 
Collect all cartridges in all chapters!

 

Fred's Dead. Again! Gold trophy
Beat Angry Video Game Nerd II

 

Perfect Nerd. Silver trophy 
Perfect a stage (No deaths!)

 

YIKES! Gold trophy 
Beat the Tower of Torment

 

Totally Perfect Nerd  gold trophy

Achieve a perfect on all stages in all games

 

No! YOU Listen!!  Bronze trophy

Kill Naggi

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 Genuinely surprised this is coming out for PS4. Might have to check it out,

 

looks really hard though. Gotta beat every level separately without dying.

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Seems hard, but as far as I can tell, there should be no difficulty-related trophies. Unless some trophies are tied to them. Clearing all the stages perfectly, on the other hand. Oh boy...

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It may seem like a very tough list at first glance, but I recall James commenting on a video in his channel where he promotes the game that this compilation allows lower difficulties; and the base games already had a mode where you had infinite lives and quite fair chekpoints for the most part, so assuming all trophies can be done on the lowest setting, I'd say this trophy list is more doable than it looks. I'm not one for hard-as-nails games or challenges, but out of love for AVGN I'd love to give this list a shot, even if it means perfecting each and every stage.

 

Maybe look for a guide to get all the optional characters which are easy to miss, the extra items the nerd can get as equipment, the shitpickles and cartridges and the rest should come naturally, as it's mostly progression and there's even one for dying a lot. I envision a bunch of people getting the 100 deaths trophy before even getting to the halfway point of the first game. I look forward to playing Thy Farts Consumed and Future Fuckballs 2010, but Dungeons and Dickholes on the other hand... thankfully they seem to hone their level design in the second game. Glad they replaced the NC with Fred Fucks. Even happier to play this game in something other than my Wii U for a change.

 

So yeah, bottom line: while this trophy list will take some effort and skill, I don't think it will be on the top of the difficulty charts. I can see a good amount of people getting close to 100%, probably throwing the towel with only the "Perfect all levels" trophy keeping the plat away from them, just like how "Passionate Listener" lowers the percentage of people that have the vanilla P5 plat or the trophy for beating the DOOM classic games on nightmare difficulty..

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I've completed both these games on Steam/PC in each of their original versions.

 

They are "hard" but not incredibly hard, the games are more easier I feel then Classic Mega-Man games. Control and movement is really fined tuned and you will die at first due to unknown traps. But like with Mega-Man games as you learn these traps and remember then the game gets easier and easier with each play through. The characters you unlock each have special abilities and because of this it's actually possible to use them and the power-ups to make levels easier that otherwise would've been harder to complete. The hardest things is the final bosses and Silver Surfer inspired level.

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So compared to crash 4, easier or harder?

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The game was deliberately designed to be hard. This seems like it might be an ultra rare plat from the difficulty perspective.

But the player base is quite niche and this means more dedicated player which will probably put it somewhere around very rare.

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4 hours ago, Ptirle said:

So compared to crash 4, easier or harder?

Much easier and much shorter.

 

I beat it 100% on the Switch in about 12 hours (thats both games plus the new zone) - on normal difficulty

 

There is an easy mode that would make it much less time consuming as well. 

 

Crash was a waste of time and effort. It was near impossible.

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They suck ass! I rather have a buffalo and take a diarrhea dump in my ear.

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Hello today we're having trophy guide by junaid_2005.net/livestream Retails!!

 

Hello So Today We're Playing Angry Video Game Nerd I & II Deluxe NEW GAME!!!

 

Trophies Are Starting With PS4

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Somebody played both games already and willing to help me compare the trophies with achievements on Steam and rate the difficulty?

 

I played first game only and getting all achievements difficulty-wise was absurd, Super Meat Boy seems like a cakewalk in comparison. Here it seems you don't even have to beat it on any higher difficulty (are difficulty levels even present in this version?), it's like 4-5/10 in difficulty as far as first game goes if you can do everything on Easy (pretty big drop to be honest).

 

I haven't played second game, so I'm curious how's the difficulty of the trophies related to second game. Also curious about "Totally Perfect Nerd" (beating all the levels without dying, but separately?).

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