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fabmorais_2011 *FULL* PSN Backlog

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Platinum Midnight
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36 Fragments of Midnight scracthed from the backlog. You can't get any simpler than that, but honestly I got my share of fun playing this for the very short time it lasted.

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Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken scratched from the backlog. I consider this game a mixture of Flashback and Rolling Thunder, but with chickens and penguins. Premisse is fun, but gameplay not so much. There's nothing terribly wrong with it, but it's not great either. Trophywise, nothing too complicated, but collectibles are boring and there's a co-op trophy that can be done ad-hoc or online. Last boss on higher difficulty can also be a pain due to terrible controls.

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Nun Attack scratched from the backlog. One of the early digital Vita games that was sitting in my backlog since forever. Fun, but gameplay can get terribly repetitive from the second half onwards.

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Absolution
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Absolver scratched from the backlog. This took way longer than expected, but I'm glad I did it. Pretty unique game with a very in-depth fighting system. Can be daunting at first, but it does grow on you if you get past the steep learing curve. Getting all the moves for the plat is a huge grind though.

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Devious Dungeon scratched from the backlog. Simple and nice 2D platformer/roguelite that is pretty quick to plat. I liked Ravenous Games efforts on mobile a few years ago so it's nice to see some of them ported to the VITA for a quick fix.

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Blasting Agent
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Blasting Agent: Ultimate Edition scratched from the backlog. Enjoyable pixel art fast-paced run-and-gun platformer with a straightforward set of trophies. Hard mode is not at all hard if you exploit the doors autosave and use the Stinger martial arts character you unlock from finishing the game on normal. Had lots of fun with it for the short time it lasted.

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StarDrone Extreme scratched from the backlog. Nice touch-based arcade style game with top-notch controls and decent challenge. Decided to tackle my VITA backlog of early titles I bought years ago and this is another one of them that was sitting around the backlog since 2014.

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League of Evil scratched from backlog. Another sweet port from mobile developer Ravenous Games by Ratalaika Games. Very nice platformer that's easy to pick up and play. Decent challenge if you're not that familiar with this type of platformer, but not so much if you're used to them. It would be much more difficult if the Impossible MIssion chapter were required for the platinum.

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Minit scratched from the backlog. Enchanting take on the Zelda-like ARPG formula, whit an unique twist. Short and sweet. Could never find all secrets without a guide, but even so it's a very short and easy plat. Took me more playthroughs than needed since I did my first run blind.

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Alchemist's Castle scratched from the backlog. Simple metroidvania developed by one guy. As indie as you can get, but nice for what it is.

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What game is your avatar?

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3 minutes ago, Spaz said:

What game is your avatar?


Dragon Quest XI. I'm a huge Dragon Quest fan although I haven't played XI yet. The avatars were free on PSN though.

EDIT: Or you mean my forum avatar? If that's the case, that's Dark Force from the original Phantasy Star.

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On 12/06/2019 at 2:54 PM, fabmorais_2011 said:


Dragon Quest XI. I'm a huge Dragon Quest fan although I haven't played XI yet. The avatars were free on PSN though.

EDIT: Or you mean my forum avatar? If that's the case, that's Dark Force from the original Phantasy Star.


It's an enigmatic demon that invades the Algol Solar System once every millennium. He comes in different guises and forms!

Phantasy Star is Sega's flagship jrpg series.

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Don't Bite Me Bro! scratched from the backlog. This is free on the NA store and doesn't require you to spend a penny to complete it. Glitchy as hell and very rough around the edges, but I had my fun with it. I don't know what draws me to these weird AF games, but there's something about them that keeps me coming back lol. Weirdly enough, the trophy images suggest that there should be bronze, silver and gold trophies, along with a platinum -- but you only get a bunch of bronzes. Go figure.

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PLATINUM WARRIOR
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Cast of the Seven Godsends: Redux scratched from the backlog. Nice enough retro platformer inspired by the likes of Ghouls'n Ghosts, but buggy and very rough around the edges. Hit boxes are all over the place and it's quite buggy, having crashed on me several times. It does scratch the itch for old-school platformers though and I had my fun with it.

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Platinum Sister
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My Big Sister scratched from the backlog. Interesting short horror game that wants to tell a "disturbing" story. Writing is good and atmosphere is quite well crafted, although I never feel retro graphics really suit this type of tale. It's well worth it nonetheless and a quick platinum as well.

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Platinum Midnight
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Midnight Deluxe scratched from the backlog. Figured I might as well remove this from the pile while I work on Detroit: Become Human since it's so short and simple. Kinda sucks that you only need to do 40% of the game to get the plat, though.

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DETROIT MASTER
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Detroit: Become Human scratched from the backlog. This was my first David Cage game, and I quite liked it. Writing can be a bit expositive at times, but the characters really grow on you and all in all it is a very complex and well-told story. Replayability is huge if you have the patience, but I confess that a fourth half playthrough to get the plat was a bit much. I'm interested to see what Cage has on his sleeve for the next gen.

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Everything is Everything
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Everything scratched from the backlog. I thoroughly enjoyed my time with this game. The best way to define it is calling it a "conscious simulator", in which you can basically transform into everything, from hydrogen atoms to galaxies and beyond. The cherry on top of the cake are the Alan Watts tapes you find throughout the game, with lectures he gave on philosophy during the 1970s. Of course, scope could be larger: continents are small and areas repeat themselves very quickly, but this doesn't detract much from the experience. A true gem of a game.

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Deep Space Rush scratched from the backlog. Space-themed side scrolling run and gun with procedurally generated levels that is as basic as it gets. Got it for free on a Twitter giveaway. Platinum takes about 10 minutes.

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Abzû scracthed from the backlog. Although not a thatgamecompany game, Abzû shares several members from the team that worked on Journey so the look and feel is very similar to that game, as well as to Flower and Flow. Even so, although pretty and nice to play, it lacks the staying power and sense of wonder of those other games. Trophies are straightforward and collectibles are not that bad with a guide (or even without it, if you have the patience). All in all, a nice experience, but not really memorable.

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Arcade Archives: Double Dragon scratched from the backlog. I was suddenly on a Double Dragon mood and thought of giving this Arcade Archives version a whirl. Trophies are kind of pointless except for the Highscore one, which is also very easy. It was nice to replay this with 99 credits to see it through (I think I used around 15), since on my teens I couldn't get past the first stage on arcace. I want to play Double Dragon II now.

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