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Are Ultra Rare Platinum Trophies Important To You?

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  1. 1. Are Ultra Rare Platinum Trophies Important?


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Simple question, are platinum trophies that are ultra rare based on PSNP rarity important to you?

If yes why?
If no why?

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Yeah, I don't judge people by their trophies, but I don't really consider a 30%+ plat, because I think it should be difficult, to show how much you like a game.

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I just play games I think I’ll like and any ultra rares are just a coincidence. But I’d like to challenge myself a bit more and get out of the routine of putting off a game just because it has a super low %. Quite a few URs aren’t necessarily even hard as such, often they’re just grindy. I’ve found some UR plats to be much easier than something like the Arkham games (off the top of my head, Asylum is 15% or so?). To answer the question I guess I’m in between. 

 

 

2 minutes ago, knoef_NL said:

PSNP's rarity is shit, it doesn't count all players in the world. It's better to look to the PSN average.

 

Almost everything seems to be ultra rare according to PSN though 😄

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No but nice to have a couple I guess.

 

Why?  Don't care about rarity.  All I care about is simply getting the platinum and 100%.

Edited by Vizard-Ichigo--
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I put yes, because UR plats have a certain allure to them, and getting them definitely feels more rewarding than a normal one. 

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for me it doesnt matter since a plat = a plat and no matter what game how long or how hard it is its = to 1200~1300 points at the end of the day

there are more reasons which makes ultra rares not important these days because of how compromised the trophies have become too

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UR platnium's are the most important stat in my opinion.Enjoy going for them most of the time.

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I find that if I see that a platinum is ultra rare for a game I've already started, there's a little more motivation to get it. That being said, I don't go out of my way to prioritize getting ultra rates. There are a few that I would love to acquire though.

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1 minute ago, NekoRave said:

Yes she would

 

Sheeiiit, for reals? I'mma get fat this summer in that case.

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I have more motivation to plat a game dat takes 100-200h and gives me a UR plat. Im also more proud of my ultra rare plats cuz they r more challenging most times. But i still have to like the game. I dont go straight for random games with ultra rare plats/trophies

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As important as a bullet in my head.

 

I like them when they're a challenge, not when they're a mundane, mountainous grind.

Edited by Dead Weight
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4 hours ago, knoef_NL said:

@UltraRareBoy 3,2,1: go!

PSNP's rarity is shit, it doesn't count all players in the world. It's better to look to the PSN average.

I’ll just assume you’ve never seen psn rarity. Almost every single game is ultra rare. 

 

As for the topic, yeah I find them important. Despite trophies being worthless it’s always good to achieve something you know only a very small percentage can pull off. 

Edited by NaseemJohn
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