Muff, July 23, 2011
Posted May 26, 2018
Posted May 26, 2018
#31 - Bully
Unlock every trophy
I had an absolute blast playing Bully!
It has one of the most enjoyable trophy lists that I have ever seen...going from giving wedgies, throwing stink bombs & firecrackers attending class,
mowing lawn, delivering news papers, visiting the carnival and many more fun activities.
I enjoyed every second of the game, my only complaint would probably be that some of the trophies can get a bit grindy towards the end.
I am sad that I didn't know of this game during my childhood days but also very happy at the same time because I definitely appreciate it
a lot more now than I would have years ago plus this is probably the only place that I would ever have been the Valedictorian! 😂
It would be such a treat if we get a Bully 2 in the future.
Up Next: The Walking Dead Season 1 & 2
Horizon Zero Dawn
All trophies obtained
Obtained all Horizon Zero Dawn trophies
Stuff getting blown to pieces, explosions...just another day at the office.
400 Platinums! I'm so excited, and I just can't hide it! I'm about to lose control, and I think I like it!
A big, big milestone indeed. And what an excellent game to celebrate it with. Horizon Zero Dawn is an A+ title in every category.
An open world adventure, with much similarities to Mad Max and Far Cry series (although in 3rd person mode), HZD is looting great
Without trying to spoil anything, it's a vast post-apocalyptic (so to speak) landscape filled with details of what used to be.
Roaming machines, buildings in ruins, overgrown jungles, sandy deserts, icy mountain peaks...there's so much to behold, so much to do
Why has civilization taken a step (or a dozen) back in progress? Why so many machines? Why such mystery?
The story behind all this, and more, is absolutely amazing. It captivates from the beginning, and offers great twists and turns towards the end.
There's just something special about Zero Dawn that clicked with me. The dystopian setting, the Lost-esque story telling..I kept wanting more. And more!
As a fan of Terminator series, Stalker, Annihilation and, yes, Watchmen (movie and comic books), I was astonished how well everything was told here.
My point being, Horizon Zero Dawn offers one of the best (and somewhat boldest) tales PS4 has to offer. 10+ easily
Characters are pretty well made and acted. As a protagonist, Aloy looks and sounds as lovely as a bundle of kittens. I want to marry her
Gameplay is addictive, from gathering materials to get better weapons and armor to visiting every ruin and viewpoint there is.
Combat is fast and fluid. You can use your trusty bow for some ace ranged kills, or hit them baby one more time with spears, Britney
Soundtrack fits nicely with the overall tone of the game, I liked that every piece of music sounded oddly familiar and safe in a way.
Horizon Zero Dawn is a fantastic journey through time and emotions. Keep your mittens off of Aloy, though. She's mine!
Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash
Not quite as good as Estival storywise, but still fun packed game with pretty easy trophies. A few new characters didn't seem to make much sense and not much main plot involvment, but maybe I'm missing out on some game or novel I don't know of. Pretty sure they're not from Ikki Tousen. It does bother me a bit that in this game all the characters are copies, since they're not allowed to use their ninja-arts due to REASONS. I just really have a thing for henshin, I guess. This post is not a review or anything. Game is a must for fans, but probably not ideal for those with no familiarity with the character dynamics in play, especially when this game has a lot of "trouble within the group" going on. Also I just wanted to post a plat picture for once. Here's a bonus one too that I took to celebrate my second Senran Kagura platinum (warning may contain yuri):
This really is a fantastic game and I'm so happy I stuck with it even though at the beginning it was probably the most frustrating game I've ever played. It really was a wonderful journey to experience everything Bloodborne has to offer.
#128 - The Last Guardian
The Last Guardian - Collect all other trophies
.Achieved: May 20, 2018
.PSNP's RS: Ultra Rare
I have been procrastinating this one since it came out and it has been in my list for months after even buying it. Now, finally, I have completed it in one swing! The Last Guardian was one of the most poignant narrative experiences of the generation so far for me, with storytelling coming out of its every pore. Gameplay is a little wonky but puzzles are well thought out and your hand is not held, meaning thinking is encouraged. I didn't find myself stuck at any given moment but using my head felt good. Some of the trophies demanding several playthroughs was a bit of a bummer because the charm of the game dies down a little once you first go through it, but I still had a blast! I now need a Trico in my life so I hope somebody finds a way to make that happen! Long story short: play this game
If you excuse me, I'm now going to head back home, CLOUDs are getting a little DARK out here
Dynasty Warriors 9
Not a very hard trophy list, and no where near as grindy as past DW games. This is a pretty big departure in the formula with an open world China. It worked on some levels, but in other ways it really made the game feel a bit shallow. Maybe making you find the side objectives, or limiting the map during main story quests would have improved the experience a bit. I also miss the old voice cast, it just wasn't the same.
Southpark the fractured but whole
Funny and fun, it felt like it dragged a bit at the end of the story. I liked the combat in the first one better as well.
#275 - Amnesia Collection
Was alright overall, but in my eyes barely a horror game. Neither was it scary nor unsettling, and instead was more annoying with the constant slowdown and blurry vision.
Prototype: Platinum #110
Time Taken: 40+ hours
Here's another ultra rare platinum for my collection. This game isn't really a special platinum, but I didn't really want to endure any multiplayer grinds with GDPR being on the way and potentially shutting servers, so I chose a single player only game to play and this was it. I took my time with this game as there was no rush considering it is single player only. I am a little bit surprised that it has some of the ultra rare trophies that it does, because all but one of them is easy to earn. This game really seems to take inspiration from comic books for this story, as it revolves around one super-human being that can shape-shift and demolish the entire US Military. The game is set in New York and a viral infection is taking over people's bodies and basically turning them into zombies and freaks and you have to kill a ton of them and stop the military from also destroying the city. The game is quite good and has some fun gameplay mechanics, but it did start to become very repetitive in the end, because you basically fight the military for alerts and run away from them to finish missions.
The only difficult aspect of this game are the events, which require you to earn a platinum medal, which is sometimes a little bit difficult or annoying to do, any platinum medal that was annoying for me was simply due to the luck required, as some of them require you to kill a lot of infected enemies with a specific weapon within a set amount of time and they need to all spawn close to each other and not far from you for you to accumulate all those kills. Some of the kill events that require you to kill military would have been difficult, however you can actually cheat those by parking tanks that you find around the map in the location of that event, then when you start the event the tanks will be there and you can destroy them and get the kill points for destroying them. Movement events are the only skill based thing on this game, they're just time trials where you need to perform an obstacle course in the city within a set time limit, but you can still make plenty of mistakes in most of them and get your platinum medal. You don't see what is required for a platinum medal on the game until you get every gold medal, but you can still complete the platinum requirement before unlocking the platinum tier and it turns to platinum after you get gold in every event, I'm glad I didn't have to play them twice. This game's hard mode would have probably been quite difficult to complete, but luckily with this game, there is an invincibility glitch and when that is in a game, you can't really say you had a tough time beating that difficulty setting.
If you want something that's not going to scare you over a server shutdown, I recommend this game as it has a medium ultra rare platinum for a single player game and the game is quite enjoyable.
Need to post more often... Got 6 new Plats since last time.
#60 - Shadow of the Colossus (2018)
This is my first time playing this game, and now I understand it's legendary status. It's beautiful master class in game design.
One of my favourite thing in this game is the barren landscape which is meant to make you feel small and alone against impossible odds, I love it because it could have been populated with meaningless filler but they did was needed for complete immersion.
#61 and 62 - South Park: The Stick of Truth and The Fractured But Whole
Probably two of the funniest games I've played this generation, say what you will about South Park but these games brought back some great memories.
The games look like the show, they gameplay is decent and stories are pretty good.
I played them back to back because I got Deluxe Edition of Fractured But Whole and have to say that I prefered the first one, the fantasy setting was more interesting and the jokes and references made me chuckle more often.
#63 - Final Fantasy XV
I was very surprised with how much I enjoyed this, especially after seeing so much hate towards it.
My favourite things were the lore, worldbuilding and the relationships between characters, I ended up really caring about everyone, I did however watch Kingsglave and Brotherhood which gave amazing insight in to what is going on, and without them I would probably care a lot less about these characters.
I played the Royal Edition and so I can't speak for the Original, but content wise it was a stellar package.
#64 - God of War (2018)
One of the best games of the generation. I was very skeptical about it when it was announced as I loved the original trilogy, 2 is still my favourite adventure game and this looked like such a departure from everything that had come before. But as it turns out, that wasn't a bad thing,the combat feels just as good, it's hands down the best looking game I've ever played and score is just perfect. I won't talk about story because that is the focus of the game it shouldnt be spoiled, just need to say that Mimir is the best fashion acessory ever.
#65 - Rime
I was curious about Rime for a while and since it was free on PS Plus I decided to give it a shot. While there is nothing wrong with game it just felt a bit bland tbh.
The platforming and puzzles were serviceable and it looked pretty but the only thing really connected was the ending.
Posted May 27, 2018
My 20th Platinum. Really cool my 20th was the sequel game to my 10th. I am disappointed as I was 9/9 in Platinums last year when September hit, thinking I was gonna go 12 for 12. Oh well. Took awhile this year to get number 20 but keep pushing forward. Goal is 25 this year and also making my 2000th trophy the Styx Shard of Darkness plat as the original Styx plat was my 1000th.
Master of the Wildlands Collected all the trophies.
Posted May 27, 2018
Just wrapped up platinums #78 and 79 with CSI and NCIS for the PS3. Not because they were easy, but because the idea that they made two games based on two different CBS procedural crime scene investigation shows is so ridiculous I had to have them for my collection.
#86 - God of War
Father and Son
Obtain all other trophies
That was some ride. Excellent game with fantastic graphics, great gameplay, pacing, diverse areas, and a well-written story. You can tell that this was a project filled with people who really loved what they were doing over at Santa Monica Studio.
Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax Ignition
電撃文庫 FIGHTING CLIMAX IGNITION オールクリア！
電撃文庫 FIGHTING CLIMAX IGNITIONのトロフィーを全て取得した。
My latest trophy is a shiny plat, which is also my 3000th trophy!
#75 - Black Mirror
Every Trophy accomplished
Accomplish all Trophies and complete the game
This game is very much like The Raven Remastered, which I got the platinum for recently.
An "old" game, given a new lick of paint and some minor "improvements."
HOWEVER, just like The Raven Remastered, the controls are absolutely awful and clunky.
Many a time did I get stuck and wedged between a chair and a table... clumsy me!
The story isn't that great. The Gordon family tree just gets confusing after a while and I kinda lost interest about who was related to who.
It's an easy platinum, though. Nothing too challenging. There are some QTE's and some simple puzzles to complete.
I recommend you don't pay full price for this. Grab it in a sale if you like point-and-click adventures.
Obtained all Trophies!
Time: 45 hours
Decent dungeon crawler on the Vita. The story starts off pretty bizarre but actually gets pretty interesting later on and I found myself actually
wanting to push through quick.
The game has classes and skill layout editing but I found it too be pretty lackluster as the overall balance is pretty poor, so it felt like
putting effort into a build was just a waste of time. Certain classes and skills are so much stronger than others that
combat became a bit repetitive later on, and the roulette system made the game feel a lot more tedious.
Overall it's not a bad DRPG for the Vita, though there are much better choices out there.
Survive! Mr. Cube (Korean Version)
This was a short but fun game for a while, however when looking for the boss' portal it can be a real drag
PLATINUM 181 - TALES OF XILLIA
Date of Achievement : May 25 , 2018
Enjoyment :Difficult : 4,0Hardest Trophy : Sub-event Superhero
Tales of Xillia is the thirteenth entry in the series released in 2014 for Western players, the game takes place in a fictional world called Rizie Maxie where humans and ethereal spirits live in harmony. Xillia follows the story from the perspective of Jude Mathis and Milla Maxwell, two different entities that are brought together by destiny and are forced to uncover all the mysteries that surrounds humans and spirits. The story begins with Jude Mathis, a medical school student who is asked to investigate a military research facility in order to search for his missing professor. There he witnesses a spyrix-powered weapon called the Lance of Kresnik, while searching the vicinity he discovers that the weapon absorbed his professor, as he's about to leave the Lance activates and targets him as the next victim, powerless to do anything he is saved by Milla Maxwel, Maxwell's successor and the lord of spirits.After the battle the Lance absorbs Milla spirits forcing her and Jude to retreat. While reminiscing they both decide to confront Rashugal King, the endorser of the Lance's creation.
Tales of Xillia uses a dual raid version of the classic linear motion battle from the series, here each characters can link to another team member to deliver combos, artes and passive/active skills. Xillia also has a leveling system know as Lilium orb, a hexagonal web that allows the player to allocate skill and upgrades using GP, which is earned after every level up.
If you're looking for a game with excellent gameplay and charming characters, Xillia won't disappoint, it is indeed one of the best in the series and every JRPG fan should give this one a chance.
No Man's Sky - Platted but still trying to reach the center
Total Perspective Vortex Platinum
32 - Remember Me
(Remember you soon)
Dark Souls III
Guys I did it. I started a Souls game and didn't give up. I even got the platinum! This is probably the platinum I'm most proud of so far. It started off as a 8 or 9/10 for me. However, once I got past the actual difficulty of the bosses, it became a 7/10 difficulty for me. The amount of collectibles needed for platinum is massive and very disconcerting. But once you realize that it isn't hard to get the collectibles, the platinum feels much more obtainable. Even if you miss a collectible, the game is nice and lets you get it in your next playthrough. There are 3 playthroughs (NG, NG+, and NG++) required for platinum for all 3 endings. Don't worry though, because the hardest playthrough will be your first. NG+ and NG++ are jokes of a playthrough. Bosses will die a lot easier and even if they don't, (depends on your level) you'll be a master fighter against them because you've memorized their movesets. The moral of the story for this platinum is, don't give up and you'll finish it! Patience is key. The normal and hack 'n' slash your way to platinum like most RPGs does not work here.
I'd like to take the time to also mention how thankful for members like @Omar and @Mah2c I am for. They made the awesome guide on this game and helped so much. Thanks guys!
Grand Kingdom: Hero of Resonail
#120 Platinum and my first platinum of 2018..
#359 - Guilty Gear Xrd: Sign
Xrd Times The Charm
Unlocked all trophies.
I'm glad to have both Revelator and this platinumed now. I'd say this platinum's difficulty was more or less on par with Revelator's.
Everything else was pretty much the same. But as someone who isn't good at fighting games, both of them still weren't too bad, and I enjoyed playing them for the most part.
I-No still best girl. Even though I didn't play as her except for the challenges.
Glad I took the longer route (two playthrus) in obtaining the plat, because I died a few times during my Nightmare speedrun. It was all my mistake: I refused to use health drinks. This is not a bad game at all. Some parts are clearly influenced by Silent Hill. It was fun and sometimes depressing when getting through dark corridors (or rooms) with only a lighter shining the way -- especially on Nightmare when my sanity kept going down. All in all, play this game if you've got it from PlayStation Plus, or wait until it gets cheap.
You need to be a member in order to leave a comment
Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!
Already have an account? Sign in here.
No registered users viewing this page.