Muff, July 23, 2011
Posted February 29
#203 - Super Neptunia Rpg
Got a few platinum trophies for February 29th.Platinum #82- Cat Quest IIPlatinum #83- Red BowPlatinum #84- ReveriePlatinum #85- Senran Kagura Burst Re:NewalPlatinum #86-OVIVO
Also reached level 27 think I got to that level fairly quick level 25 or 26 felt like it took me a year to get to them
Kind of hoping they make a Cat Quest 3 and don't leave it hanging, Red Bow I didn't mind the game too much, but would have preferred it on Vita rather than PS4.
Posted February 29
The Legend of the X.R.C.
Obtain all trophies.
Playtime: 73:38:34 (2 weeks, 3 hours, 33 minutes)
This was great, far better than I was expecting. The story had me interested in it the entire time (it's a lot like Persona 4), I don't think there was a single moment when I though "when is this guy going to shut up so I can get to the dungeon?". 😂 While I do prefer turn-based games to action ones, this got pretty fun once I started getting into it (think an action-based Trails of Cold Steel). I'm really hoping there'll be a sequel to this eventually (the game even hints at one a couple times)... if there is or isn't though, I think I need to start looking into more Falcom games, because it's a shame this has been out so long & I'm just now discovering it.
As for difficulty, I did my first run on easy, & after getting a decent setup... I was basically invincible. 😅 My NG+ run was vastly different though, I decided to do both Calamity & Infinity mode in the same run (in hindsight, this may not have been the best idea), doing this lets most enemies take off 1-2K+ HP per hit, & bosses... yeah, a lot of them will one-shot you. If it wasn't for abusing Asuka's Omega Mode & having a nice stash of Elixirs, that would've been a real headache to do (I don't even want to think about how I would've beat After Story's final boss without Elixir spamming)... Even with the steep difficulty increase though, it was still quite fun.
I'm trying to think of a con I can list for this game, but I honestly can't think of one. If you like either Persona, or ToCS (there's actually a lot of references from that game in this... hell, Towa is even in it), I'd highly recommend trying this out.
Platinum #53 - DOOM II Difficulty Rating 9/10
Enjoyment Rating 8/10
Ultra Rare - 2.18%
Fastest Achievers - #5
Okay, I shouldn’t have to explain what DOOM is to the likes of anyone, and if you don’t know what DOOM is then you’re dead to me. But it’s quite possibly one of the most important and influential games on the face of the planet. DOOM II is a lot like the first game, only with more demon types, an extra weapon and more complex level design (thanks John Romero 🙄). This means it sets out to do what the original accomplished and push the envelope ten fold. Very fond memories, this game. I can remember my original computer copy that came on six floppy disks. Nowadays, it’s a 10 second download to your PS4 😋 But you’re not reading this for a DOOM II history lesson, you want the juicy platinum details, yes? Well, for one thing, you shouldn’t even consider a platinum like this one. It’s extremely difficult! But I’ve been playing DOOM religiously ever since the moment I could walk. There was no way in hell I wasn’t going to back down from a challenge like this one. This is a bold confession, but it might be my most favorite game of all time. Ultimate DOOM, DOOM II, Final DOOM or DOOM 64. As long as it follows the classic DOOM formula, I’m there. Platinum details, yes, let’s get into it.
There is only one thing about this game that’s a literal platinum killer. You have to beat the game in split-screen co-op on Nightmare difficulty (no online here, folks). Yes, basically the same trophy found in DOOM (1993). But DOOM II has tougher enemies (and loads of them) on top of migraine inducing level design. You will be spending a great amount of time on each one if you’re planning on tackling this on your own with a idle second player. Do not attempt Nightmare in single player! I’ve tested this theory and it doesn’t work! The levels must be beaten thru split-screen! Things are also much harder after the new update. You can’t freeze pause in split-screen anymore to catch your breath. So how did I do it? Well, there is no cheese method. Skill is your greatest ally here. It helps to get a group of local friends together to help you tackle this challenge. I had to plan a day in specific to get three local friends to come over and keep demons distracted while I rushed through each level. But the help didn’t last forever. Eventually my pussy whipped friends had to return home to their nagging wives. They’ll never understand that breasts are temporary, but DOOM is eternal
That being said, I am eternally grateful for them acting as moving targets while I pulled switches and collected keys. But when it came time to do Map 29: The Living End, the most dreadful level in the Nightmare run.. I was on my own. We attempted the level about four times. This is because the software kept crashing, the fourth time was a power outage. About a day later, I learned that weapon drops do not have a sprite limit.. meaning once there is sooo many shotguns and chainguns on the map, the software will crash. Sounds like a programming oversight, but with my newfound knowledge and determination.. I hopped back into Map 29: The Living End by myself, made a habit of picking up the weapons every so often and got the job done in about 35 minutes! It was never my skill that was holding me back but rather the software crashes. Sounds like the bungholes who made the trophy list didn’t even test play this Nightmare shit themselves >.> But I conquered the impossible and showed the ones responsible for this port just who they were dealing with! But trust me, this should never be done by one person! Unless you have some local friends willing to help or at least one other VERY dedicated person, you’re going to have a bad time. DOOM (1993) on Nightmare was a cakewalk compared to DOOM II. Don’t say I didn’t warn you.
That's a Wrap
Unlock all bronze, silver and gold trophies.
Mixed feelings on this one. It's alright for a playthrough or two... but not six of them! Really needed a fast forward option to speed through the things you'd already seen. It's not like the different choices radically alter things, anyways. You still will roughly follow the same path, and maybe get a slightly different ten second scene at the end. With a different little blurb of text before the credits roll. From reading some of the topics on here, I also started to feel like the plot has more holes than swiss cheese..
So, what is this? It's an FMV game, with a slightly unusual control scheme. You use the touchpad for all interactivity, unless you have a smartphone. I don't, so I couldn't try that. But the controls work well enough.
You play as a young woman named Erica, who receives a box on her doorstep. And, well, inside is a
After that, you're sent to live at a mental institution. I guess they think you'll be safe there, and your dad used to work there. Saying much more than this could spoil too much, and the story is really the only reason to play it. So I'll stop. I will say that it is something of a horror game, though. And there is a decent level of blood and gore. Not something to play if you're squeamish, especially since these aren't your typical 3D models, but instead real people and blood.
It has six different endings, though. So, at minimum, you'll be watching the entire thing six times. And after that many repeated viewings, you may lose your damn mind.
Expect to see this with all your trophy images. Nothing pops until the credits start rolling. Mess anything up, and you'll be sitting through entire extra playthroughs. :/
Posted March 1
Acquire all Asura's Wrath trophies
#91 - Bloodstained:Ritual of the Night
#269 - Dusk Diver - PS4
Incredible Taiwanese action adventure game, it is totally over my expectation. The battle is fun and interesting story. Trophy wise it is a little bit grind, need to get S rank on all missions in both Hard and Normal mode. However, once you are familiar with the battle system, it should not be an issue.
Platinum #398: Neon Junctions (Vita)
Got me to level 69. Leap year Plat.
Wish I picked something Ecchi but was not aware.
286-Murdered: Soul Suspect
I kept seeing this game on sale for a couple of bucks and I kept hemming and hawing on buying it.
Finally I was coerced into buying it by a certain forum member and I am glad I did.
First off..the collectibles can go fuck themselves, I never understand why developers can't figure out how to implement these so you aren't forced to look at a guide every 5 seconds...seriously how hard is it.
But as for the actual game I really enjoyed it. Not the greatest game ever made but a solid B+ game.
PLATINUM 215 - LEGO : MARVEL SUPER HEROES
After 5 years and a half, I finally decided to come back to the game and finish it. I was surprised by how much fun I had with it this time, I guess I wasn't that patient with collecting stuff back then. I won't lie trough the amount of collectibles, and characters are pretty overwhelming at times; nevertheless it does work with the overall feel of the game.
I'll try other games from the LEGO series in the future.
#250 - Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection
Earn all trophies and prove yourself as the ultimate hero.
Great game, but I liked transistors more. The only hard part is completing the 4 dreams with all IDOLS active.
#182 Chaos;Child (Vita)
I really enjoyed my time with this VN. It has been my night time companion for a while, since I've been reading a bit every night for the past two months.
"Chaos;Child" has a very interesting story, with lots of intense and creepy moments. The murder scenes are totally grotesque and I appreciated them for their originality. Suspense is also always there.
Most charaters are sweet and likeable. Unfortunately, towards the end, the story treats some of them in very cruel ways, which disappointed me a bit.
Most VN's have a somewhat boring story, but when the end is approaching, it starts getting better. In "Chaos;Child" I felt that actually the opposite happened. The story is very tense and interesting, but the final chapters were a bit vulgar and nothing that big or surprising happened. I liked knowing each of the girls better, in their own chapters, and that each of them had an unique and original story to follow, different from The New Generation Madness killings main story. The true ending chapter, although not amazing, gives us some closure about what happened to the characters.
Trophy-wise, there's not much to say. Being a VN, it obviously has easy trophies, but if you want to read everything properly, it definitely demands commitment, because it's pretty long.
Platinum #113 DmC Definitive Edition reboot. 5/10. Took me 3 days and 6 hours lol. It was fun and I really enjoy it.
#20 - Fifa 20
Difficulty - 8/10
Enjoyment - 1/10
Hours played - 300
I play Fifa for more than just trophies and the Platinum could be achieved in fewer hours, for sure. It's also worth pointing out that I do enjoy Fifa quite a bit outside of the completionist grind. But the grind is absurd, monotonous and dead boring because of one absolute bullshit trophy (Only One). Then there is a hugely skill based trophy in Ultimate Team as you need to be good enough to reach a certain division in Ranked online play. As someone who has dabbled, mostly casually, in Fifa for over 10 years, that trophy was pretty tough but not impossible for me.
Unless you are a compulsive completionist, stay well away from this Platinum.
Batman: return to Arkham - Batman Arkham city
oh my I am so happy to have this one done after trying so many times to do the riddler challenges being stressed out and so frustrated with them I’m so happy to have it done at last. It’s been fun replaying this game I played it back on the ps3 when I was younger I was close to the platinum even then but sadly my console broke and I lost all of my data but after getting it again on the PS4 I’m glad and happy to say iv done it at last
#31 - GOAT Simulator
Time - idk, 97% of trophies earned on January 10 2020, but I guess 3h
DIfficulty - 3/10 (flappy goat)
TIME: 3-6 Hr
Difficulty: 7(without a guide) / 3 (with guide)
I have to be honest, im not good on puzzles and I try to do this by my own, But was too hard so i play this with a guide. The "challenger" trophy was a pain try to do the glitch a few times with no luck (you have to do some puzzles in less than 6min, with the glitch you have infinite time in the last 2), in this part of the game i really understood the tetris puzzle and a few hrs of practice the trophy pop.
#31 Medal of Honor Warfighter
Difficulty : 6/10
Time: 200+ hours
It was one of the addictive games for me, guns class are perfect and their sound is real.
multiplayer trophies were really time consuming. Especially jack of all guns. You need to Kill minumum 20 times with each of guns and totally 72 guns there are.
Mvp trophy needs boosting with other players.
hardcore difficulty for single player needs glitch that if you die, you will begin from beginning.
I appreciated this game
Posted March 1
#550 Dreams - Trophy hunter
Platinum difficulty - 1/10
Grind - 9/10
Time - 40hrs
#445 (+ 100%) - Velocity 2X
Yippee Kai Yay
Game Enjoyment: 9/10
100% Difficulty: 7/10
What an excellent addition to the Velocity series. 2X features twice as much velocity, adding fast-paced side-scrolling / platforming sections that fuse very well with Velocity's traditional ship sections while retaining everything that made Ultra a great game in terms of gameplay, level design, art style, and soundtrack.
As for the 100%, I felt that it was a little harder than Ultra's overall. Those side-scrolling bits made many levels more challenging to perfect, especially when it comes to the two longest ones in the game, with one being 5 minutes 30 seconds and the other 7 minutes. There are several levels that feature two ships, and focusing solely on the main ship was the way to go as the other one mimics your actions in an inverted manner. I was a little surprised with the Critical Urgency levels, as most of these levels' times were a bit lenient, unlike Ultra's. Much like Ultra, I got the 100% entirely on Vita, and while Touch Teleport made teleporting easier, there were still some instances where I found using to teleport easier / faster.
All in all, it was a very enjoyable game with a fun and satisfying trophy list to boot. I'm very excited to have completed both Velocity games now. It's definitely one of my favorite indie series, and I really hope Velocity Supernova will eventually see the light of day.
#48 - God of War III Remastered
King of the Hill
Unlock all trophies
16.17% | Rare
#16 - Brawlhalla
Difficulty - 6/10
Enjoyment - 8/10
The grind is over.
#17 - The Sims 4
Difficulty - 1/10
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