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  1. Very easy, relatively fast but very boring and repetitive (double) platinum. I really like the genre that's why I bought it on sale for 1,99. However, it is really basic and not that great of a game. Wouldn't recommend unless you're only in it for the trophies. ceno
  2. I got the Platinum on PS5 a few days ago and according to the console I had around 200hrs of playtime at that point. However, I wasn't always "grinding" or aiming to complete certain trophies. I was more or less just playing the game, sometimes solo, sometimes with friends. Nothing was really super hard, but the trophies that were the most annoying were Escape Artist (25 Extractions) and Clean Exit (Extract without anyone dying), mainly because hardly anyone plays that mode and you sometimes just cannot find a game. And on top of that most if not all trophies were bugged so I had to do Clean Exit 5 or 6 times before it registered and also way more than 25 Extractions (around 34 or 35) until the trophy popped. The other trophies aren't hard, they're just time consuming like T1 rank with a weapon. Most trophies, apart from the Hazard Zone ones and the T1 ones can be done in private Portal matches against bots. Also don't forget: If you bought the digital PS5 version, you also have access to the PS4 version and you can almost auto-pop a second Platinum after you got the Platinum in the PS5 version (and the other way round, if you started with the PS4 version). A lot of trophies will just start popping the moment you join a game. You simply have to do one additional progress towards each corresponding trophy. For example 20 headshots in one round -> do one additional headshot and you'll get the trophy. The only one you really have to do once more is Clean Exit (Extract without anyone dying) which can be frustrating with randoms, but with a group of friends it's not that bad if you just stay hidden for most of the round and don't pick up any data drives. So you basically get two Platinums for the price of one PS: At the time of writing this, trophies on PS5 are bugged but not on PS4. So if you're just in it for the double Platinum, it might be worth starting with the PS4 version and later just "auto-pop" the trophies on PS5.
  3. Got the Platinum after around 16 hrs (in-game counter). I didn't use any guides, I just played along. Rushing through with a guide it might be down to 12 or even 10 hrs. But I'd actually encourage you to play without a guide and just enjoy the ride. Difficulty-wise there's nothing difficult at all. There's a few boss fights here and there and there was one puzzle that made me scratch my head for a while (the "Arteri blocks") but overall it's very easy. It's more about the story, the exploration, the weird and charming characters and the blend of genres which makes it stand out. Might not be for everyone but I really enjoyed my time with it. ceno
  4. True. I checked and I just happened to have had Lock Picking Level 3 unlocked already at that point. Still Chapter Select might help because you don't have to start over from the very beginning but instead can skip ahead to Chapter 9, 10, or 11 instead of 1. ceno
  5. I noticed that after finishing the game (without guide) I was missing the trophy "No Hope". The guide also says it's the only missable one but after finishing the game and selecting "LOAD" from the main menu (instead of "CONTINUE" as I usually did), I saw all my autosaves but also one save for every chapter, titled "CHAPTER 1", "CHAPTER 2", etc. like a chapter select. So even after missing the trophy at first, I could just select "CHAPTER 11 - PASADENA", go to the corresponding door and get the trophy without the need to start all over from the beginning. ceno
  6. Hi everyone! I started making some trophy guide videos and thought I'd share them here with my fellow trophy hunters: CLOUD HUNTER / クラウドハンター MASTER OF WAR (formerly: WEAPON MEISTER) / ウェポン・マイスター IMMORTAL SOLDIER / イモータル・ソルジャー OLD SCHOOL DEFENDER / オールド・スタイル It's only these four so far but I'll be making more, at least for the not-so-obvious trophies. Hope they turn out to be helpful. Kind regards, ceno
  7. The game's not that hard but there are some tricky stages towards the end. Here's a complete Platinum Run showing all 24 stages: [ame] [/ame] Enjoy, ceno
  8. I made a short little review for the game because it's only 3,99 in Europe at the moment (which will give you both, the PS Vita and the PS4 version): [ame] [/ame] For that money it's well worth it I'd say, especially if you're looking for a quick and easy (double) Platinum ceno
  9. I bought the physical jp. COMPLETE EDITION a while ago and to my surprise it has English, French, Spanish and other languages. The game itself is pretty neat actually but most of the user created dungeons are in Japanese at the moment (because the PS4 version has only been released in Japan so far). Here's a short little unboxing video + quick overview what the game is about: [ame] [/ame] The trophies are all pretty easy although there's two rather time-consuming ones if you don't happen to have an auto-fire controller (clear 10.000 dungeons / earn 1.000.000 gold). Still worth a look if you're a fan of short but challenging puzzle dungeons. ceno
  10. Difficulty really depends on whether you're already super familiar with Doom (game has been out for 25+ years, so chances are you played before) or this is your first encounter with "Classic" Doom. The most difficulty trophy either way would be the co-op Nightmare-Run and I suspect a lot of players will try to do it solo (with player 2 just idling around). I've been playing Doom a lot in my time but Nightmare mode still posed a challenge. It was kinda fun, though and I enjoyed that challenge. What helped me a lot was studying speedruns online to find the quickest/best routes in each level so I won't get stuck or lost. That being said, it still took me many, many attempts until I beat certain levels. I still beat 'em eventually so it is definitely doable solo. I'd rate the difficulty a 8/10 (playing solo). Unlimited respawns and keeping picked up keys after death made Nightmare a little bit more forgiving. Difficulty might be lower if you have an actual second player help you out who's already familiar with the game. ceno
  11. Do you know what Remote Play is/how it works? (streaming the PS4 to another device like PS Vita, Laptop, iPhone, etc). SharePlay works pretty much the same way but you stream what's happening on your PS4 to a friend's PS4 while you are still playing on your own PS4. You can then either: Have your friend simply watch you playing "Hand over the controller" to your friend (for example when you can't finish a tough section of a game) Have him act as a second player, if the game has local multiplayer Doom (and Doom II) both have local multiplayer (vs. and co-op), so you can use SharePlay to basically add online-multiplayer. Beware though that the game will act as if you're both in front of the same PS4. So it'll still be split-screen. Plus the friend that's playing with you won't earn any trophies (only the player who's "hosting" will). Setting up SharePlay is super easy. Just open a Party, invite your friend and then select "SharePlay" from the Party options. ceno
  12. You should really put something in the server description that tells people this is a boosting server and they will get banned for joining. As of right now the server description just reads "Premium Maps & Modes" and whoever is admin at the moment just gets people banned just by joining. Happened to myself twice now when looking for DLC maps, unknowing that it's a boosting server. Boosting trophies is one thing; but you should make it clear to regular players who want to play those maps (as it's rare to find a DLC server these days). Maybe add a password to the server so people don't join by accident (when going through quickmatch for example). ceno
  13. Was pretty easy, nothing gave me any major headaches. Not even the Spy Drones. There's an upgrade which makes them show on your radar thingie. After i was done with the main story and all the camps, etc. I was still short of some spy drones so I just flew over the map for a little bit and re-checked some of the camps I took out before I got said update to find the final drones. That being said the trophy is still glitched I think. According to the in-game log I only destroyed 26 when the trophy popped, but according to the statistics menu I already destroyed 33. I did not start a new game, everything was done on the same save file. ceno
  14. Got the platinum after around 25hrs. Didn't use any guides and only one save state. The Mata Hari Manners trophy seems glitched as others have stated. According to the in-game log I only destroyed 26, but according to the statistics menu 33 when the trophy popped ceno
  15. A 2 at max. Plat'ed it twice, once on Vita and once on PS4. On the Vita I always distributed the level up points evenly, on PS4 I put everything into dexterity. In the end it hardly made a difference; I even thought that distributing evenly made it a tiny bit easier in later level but it might very well just be my imagination. I was faster on the PS4, though. ceno
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