Muff, July 23, 2011
Posted March 7, 2015
#45 Batman arkham city.
Saints Row: Gat out of Hell PS3 #152
Collect all other Saints Row: Gat out of Hell trophies
Time: 20hrs, 16 if it weren't for the 20hr trophy.
#58: PS Allstars - Meh
#59: Infamous - After 4 years and a lost save file I finally went back and finished this awesome game. One less 95% on my profile.
I do not have one as of now since I had made this profile a month ago but DAI will be the first
All-Star Legend - You've Only Done Everything
You have successfully earned all other trophies in the game. Congratulations!
Finally knuckled down and got the last two trophies I needed: This Is Living (Win a match without dying) and get a double kill in a 2v2 match. Just gotta find the drive to do the same for the PS3 version. ;w;
Posted March 7, 2015
#62 The Walking Dead (vita)
The Walking dead
2nd time i earned this platinum. Not much to say about this.
I'm still not over carley dying though and then seeing her rotten corpse in the DLC! Telltale please!
Final fantasy X good god at the sphere grid grind great game though #51
Plat 25; Beyond Two Souls. Fantastic game!
#103 Tales of Hearts R
Master of Hearts Proof of a perfect completion of Tales of Hearts R. Thanks for playing! Your love and dedication are hugely appreciated!
Good game in the vita library, I liked the battle system and how it was high risk high reward. Story was good and the characters were interesting. Trophies weren't too bad but there are a couple of annoying grinds. Definitely suggest for people who like JRPGs, if not then pick it up at a lower price point because it's worth picking up.
plat number 10 Resogun on ps3 !
Posted March 8, 2015
Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution
The Perfect Storm Master
This game was good and all but in my opinion I preferred Generations and also Part 3 now that I'm almost done of the story on that one. A lot of new things they implemented in this game which was good but it was much more of a fighting grind and no handicap to help with the grind and 30 fight survival Generally it wasn't very hard and I still enjoyed doing it
#58 - Dead or Alive 5 Last Round (PS3)
I was a little disappointed this list ended up being essentially identical to the DOA5U list, but it was still fun to have a good excuse to play DOA5 again. It's one of my favorite fighting game series.
Platinum #175 Teslagrad
Ive never played a game so simple, yet so infuriating in a very long time. Teslagrad is a puzzle-platformer on the PS4 and has one of the easiest trophy lists you'll find. However the game itself poses some of the most frustrating platforming segments I've ever done in my life. True controller throwing palm sweating anger. Its a very short game though, and pretty nice graphically. Couldnt make much of the story as most of it is told through the environment (zero dialogue).I definitely recommend it just to say "I survived Teslgrads few but infuriatingly hard platforming parts" but you'll also get a very fast (~ 4 hours) platinum trophy. Enjoyment: 8/10Difficulty: 3/10 Thats 1 done for THL Final Fixture
Thats 1 done for THL Final Fixture
Thats 1 done for THL Final Fixture
I got 8 plats during my fixture against Shana, I'm curious if you can break that record.
EIGHT! I dunno about that I'll try!
inFAMOUS Second Son
Enjoy Your Powers
Collect all trophies
First PS4 platinum! Was a great experience, wished it was a little longer :/
Yep, got plat #93 - 100 during that fixture and managed to accomplish all my trophy goals for 2014 in August .
Had this game for a long while and am going through some of my backlog in preparation for getting a PS4.
Really great game - I loved the atmosphere the game created and would welcome a sequel. I had a lot of fun with it, also fully completed Knife of Dunwall and Brigmore wiitches DLC, not yet started Dunwall city trials.
I platted Cod AW on Friday then transistor yesterday. Transistor was pretty good, a short and easy platinum.
Ratchet & Clank: Into the Nexus
Pretty much what I've grown to expect from the franchise these days. Very fun, but also very short and very easy. On a side note: The Clank sections in this one are fantastic, and I wish they would make a full retail game consisting of 50+ Netherverse puzzles. I would buy that in a heartbeat.
Posted March 8, 2015
Omnipotent :: Apotheon
I'm a pretty big fan of 2D side scrollers and Greek mythology, so when I heard about Apotheon I thought it would be a home run for me. It was more like a single. It's aesthetically pleasing. The ceramic painting art style is unique and sharp. Each stage is also well done. But, for me, that was pretty much the only positive part. The storyline is pretty standard and unimaginative: Zeus has ignored helping Earth. Attack Mt. Olympus and take the powers of the gods. The quests are all pretty much carbon copies of each other, aside from one or two of them. The game does have a decent amount of weapons, but most become useless rather quickly and you find yourself rotating between four or five of them. The enemies are rather bland and there is never really a need to strategies how to take them down. Even technical issues also kind of ruined this game for me. I swear every hour or so the game would crash, and every now and then the game would become bogged down and really jittery for 10-15 minute durations. Outside of beating it on olympian difficulty for a trophy there is no replay value. If you downloaded it when it was free, then give it a try. If not, I think you can find a better side scroller for your money's worth.
#1 - The Walking Dead (Playstation VITA) - Self explanatory My first time playing though and it was really enjoyable
#2 - Resogun (PlayStation 4) - Not too difficult once you get the hang of the different techniques Might give the DLC a go!
Not a bad (albeit easy) restart to my trophy hunting career
#6 - Hotline Miami
Any mention of this game to me was turned away and put down, from just that memory I've come to one conclusion; I'm an idiot. Hotline Miami is one of the best INDIE titles out there right now, with the cross-buy functionality (I don't have the PS-Vita, unfortunately) you can stop slicing peoples throats at home and continue to murder your way through on the go, literally.
TLDR: Play through this game, it's simply golden.
NOTE: The platinum will vary on the platform and skill of the player, people seem to suggest the game is HARDER to play on the Vita.
After the first Darksiders, it was only logical to finish the sequel as well.
A quite different beast this was, compared to the TANKventures of War. No more blocking, just dodging. Lots and lots of dodging.
I have to say, I liked this one more than the first outing.
I'm pretty sure it's all the RPG elements that got me so hooked. Those ever-sweet, ever-seducing RPG elements...
Leveling up, making your own weapons (Health Steal ftw!), looting, more looting...goddamn was it awesome!
As for the visuals, I'm just a sucker for those (cel-shaded?) graphics as seen in Borderlands, Prince of Persia and...here.
The only major gripe I have against D2 is the collectibles. They are small, they are aplenty and they are untraceable. A tracker of sorts would have eased the pain a f***ing lot.
I really hope PS4 gets its Darksiders 3 some day, with the remaining Horsemen Fury and Strife in it.
I highly recommend Darksiders II, even if those Stonebites will make you wish for a swift Death
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