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Plat #49

Destiny 2

It definitely wasn't as hard as Destiny 1 platinum, but it was still a challenge and a long grind.

 

 

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:dance::platinum: Croixleur Sigma :platinum::dance:

 

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Platinum #185

Time: 18 hours

Difficulty: 5/10

Rating: 8/10 on PSVita

 

 

 

 

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PLAT #297 - PIXEL HEROES: BYTE AND MAGIC

 

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I enjoyed this game for the first three playthroughs (one for each difficulty). The next 10 were trying. Having your party die 100 times was the crap icing on the feces cake. I had lost my party 2 times (unintentionally) in the 13 playthroughs I needed for every other trophy. It took some hours to die 90+ more times.

 

By the way, the characters on the trophy (from left to right) are the Ronin, the Enchantress and the Fighter. #themoreyouknow

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Burly Men At Sea

Ye've Done It (#35)

Quick and easy platinum, though sadly not much of a game. At least it had a charming visual style and a nice soundtrack.

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So I got my second Trine Platinum Trophy now! And it was by far the hardest one by all standards. It is actually my first ultra rare platinum, plus eleven other ultra rare ones from this game. I think this shows why it is anything but easy. The reason for this is mostly the "Walk in the Park" Trophy. Where you have to complete all 20 levels on the hardest difficulty level and on top of it the hardcore mode has to be enabled too. Which means you can't save in a level, healing is reduced significantly and you can only heal and resurrect once per checkpoint. Of course there are some really tough challenges in most of the levels, your occasional boss fight where one hit means certain death and a really deadly environment, think huge flesh eating plants and plants that shoot deadly projectiles and so on. Each level has also a fair share of enemies to deal with. Luckily most levels aren't that long but still it is very frustrating to manage to reach the end of a level by the skin of your teeth just to have your three heroes smashed to pieces by some unfriendly ogre. Lovingly mocking trophy name by the way, don't you think?

 

Hell of fun nevertheless! I mean once you finish that really tough level. Almost as good as, well fill in some nice cozy thing you can think of. So you can imagine me having a huge smile on my face when I saw that platinum notification popping up!

 

There are of course a few other challenging trophies like finishing a level without taking any damage, which is harder than you might think. Or completing a level with only one of the three characters. And there are some really funny ones too, which usually means you have to use one of the character skills to do various things. Like freezing two enemies and stack them on top of each other. All in all the trophy hunt can be really fun and a bit frustrating but it is all worth it in the end.

 

Oh right, what is Trine 2 you might ask. It is really not easy to describe. First and foremost it is a side-scrolling platformer with a trio of heroes. Each of them has a set of unique abilities which are needed to overcome all the challenges in the game. Like fighting enemies or reaching seemingly unreachable places. Every level has traps and other challenging passages which can be overcome by various means, most of them are actually physic based. It is the heart of the game actually and you can be really creative in doing this.All this comes with absolutely gorgeous visuals and a great soundtrack. And a much better story then first one. It is still the same old heroes-save-the-world fairy tale but this time you are getting much more details about the motives behind all this. It is a fantastic game, and one of my all time favourite games. I've played it four times now!

 

Anyway, if you are really interested I have recorded the entire journey of my Walk in the Park playthrough and made a little playlist. Check it out in the Spoiler section if you like. You can access each level via a pop-down menu at the upper left corner of the video frame. Be aware that this is the complete story, only things that are missing are all the collectables. So there are many spoilers in those videos. And this is probably not the most efficient way of playing the game but there were no guides involved. Just me playing these level over and over again until I completed one. Of course I did NOT record any of my failures! :)

 

thanks for reading!

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:platinum: #225 :platinum:

 

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ROCKETSROCKETSROCKETS

 

I picked this up for a decent price in the PSN summer sale and I had fun with it. Ideally you need 4 controllers to get the platinum or 3 controllers and a PS Vita hooked up via Remote Play. Personally I own two controllers and a Vita so I had to include an AI opponent for the 4 player trophies which did mean that it took me a little bit longer. 

 

Missile Barrage Deflector and Bomb Deflector are very fiddly if you're playing the game on your own like I did. If possible get somebody (an actual person!) to help out with the second controller to save yourself from frustration.

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