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Which game are you most looking forward to?

Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart 2 10.00%
 
Horizon Forbidden West 4 20.00%
 
God of War: Ragnarok 4 20.00%
 
Returnal 1 5.00%
 
Final Fantasy XVI 6 30.00%
 
Gran Turismo 7 0 0%
 
Resident Evil Village 1 5.00%
 
Kena: Bridge of Spirits 2 10.00%
 
Other 0 0%
 
Total:20
Runa216 said:

Wow, Spider-Man PS4/Remastered might be one of the easiest and most natural platinum trophies I have ever gotten! I did have to fuck around with the settings a bit and do some of the grindy end bits on friendly neighbourhood spider-Man difficulty (The easiest one), but considering I did the rest of the game on the hardest available setting (Superior Spider-Man), I think that's fine. I still have to do the DLC and NG+/Ultimate difficulty run, but I got all the base game trophies and all the Remaster trophies. Good stuff.

No idea what I'll play after spider-Man. Might be Miles Morales or Ghost of Tsushima or FFVII Remake. Lots of options, but I'm taking a few days off gaming to focus on work.

GoT is as streamlined as SM for plat.

DO main story, sidequests and them will have just a few miscelaneous to do.



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DonFerrari said:
Runa216 said:

Wow, Spider-Man PS4/Remastered might be one of the easiest and most natural platinum trophies I have ever gotten! I did have to fuck around with the settings a bit and do some of the grindy end bits on friendly neighbourhood spider-Man difficulty (The easiest one), but considering I did the rest of the game on the hardest available setting (Superior Spider-Man), I think that's fine. I still have to do the DLC and NG+/Ultimate difficulty run, but I got all the base game trophies and all the Remaster trophies. Good stuff.

No idea what I'll play after spider-Man. Might be Miles Morales or Ghost of Tsushima or FFVII Remake. Lots of options, but I'm taking a few days off gaming to focus on work.

GoT is as streamlined as SM for plat.

DO main story, sidequests and them will have just a few miscelaneous to do.

That is definitely on my list. Gonna play it on the PS5 for the improved framerates and performance. 



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Runa216 said:
DonFerrari said:

GoT is as streamlined as SM for plat.

DO main story, sidequests and them will have just a few miscelaneous to do.

That is definitely on my list. Gonna play it on the PS5 for the improved framerates and performance. 

Same, I've got quite a few PS4 games that I'm waiting to play on PS5 instead lol, the main few I'm (im)patiently waiting to play are Ghost of Tsushima, Days Gone, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice and Dark Souls 3, lol :P 



Runa216 said:

Wow, Spider-Man PS4/Remastered might be one of the easiest and most natural platinum trophies I have ever gotten! I did have to fuck around with the settings a bit and do some of the grindy end bits on friendly neighbourhood spider-Man difficulty (The easiest one), but considering I did the rest of the game on the hardest available setting (Superior Spider-Man), I think that's fine. I still have to do the DLC and NG+/Ultimate difficulty run, but I got all the base game trophies and all the Remaster trophies. Good stuff.

No idea what I'll play after spider-Man. Might be Miles Morales or Ghost of Tsushima or FFVII Remake. Lots of options, but I'm taking a few days off gaming to focus on work.

It was a well implemented trophy set. The difficulty gets bumped up with the first dlc, and each subsequent entry is more challenging than the last. I tackled everything on Normal. Curious to see if you will play all the dlc on Superior. :)

Random opinion: Glad I bit the bullet on Shadow Of Mordor, which although I wasn't overly impressed with initially, won me over. But more than that, it lead me to Shadow Of War, which is, and I say this with as little recency bias as possible, one of my favorite games of all time. Too bad it took WB so long (almost a year) to remove their perverted loot box nonsense. By this time, the talented staff at Monolith also had the rest of the game (mostly) ironed out.

I bought Mordor physically, but War was part of the Nov PS+ sub in North America. Great *ucking deal.



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Bristow9091 said:
Runa216 said:

That is definitely on my list. Gonna play it on the PS5 for the improved framerates and performance. 

Same, I've got quite a few PS4 games that I'm waiting to play on PS5 instead lol, the main few I'm (im)patiently waiting to play are Ghost of Tsushima, Days Gone, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice and Dark Souls 3, lol :P 

For Dark Souls, feel free to hit me up! I have an endgame character that's fairly well managed and strong without being mega OP. 

I'm kinda holding off on FFVII Remake to play it on PS5 instead. That game makes my Ps4 chug hard, but I don't think it has any Ps5 upgrades/fixes. I should really look into it. 

COKTOE said:

Runa216 said:

Wow, Spider-Man PS4/Remastered might be one of the easiest and most natural platinum trophies I have ever gotten! I did have to fuck around with the settings a bit and do some of the grindy end bits on friendly neighbourhood spider-Man difficulty (The easiest one), but considering I did the rest of the game on the hardest available setting (Superior Spider-Man), I think that's fine. I still have to do the DLC and NG+/Ultimate difficulty run, but I got all the base game trophies and all the Remaster trophies. Good stuff.

No idea what I'll play after spider-Man. Might be Miles Morales or Ghost of Tsushima or FFVII Remake. Lots of options, but I'm taking a few days off gaming to focus on work.

It was a well implemented trophy set. The difficulty gets bumped up with the first dlc, and each subsequent entry is more challenging than the last. I tackled everything on Normal. Curious to see if you will play all the dlc on Superior. :)

Random opinion: Glad I bit the bullet on Shadow Of Mordor, which although I wasn't overly impressed with initially, won me over. But more than that, it lead me to Shadow Of War, which is, and I say this with as little recency bias as possible, one of my favorite games of all time. Too bad it took WB so long (almost a year) to remove their perverted loot box nonsense. By this time, the talented staff at Monolith also had the rest of the game (mostly) ironed out.

I bought Mordor physically, but War was part of the Nov PS+ sub in North America. Great *ucking deal.

I'm hearing that a lot. I got Shadow of Mordor a while back but just never got around to it. My Sister said it was really freakin' good but I just never found the time. then the sequel came out with its predatory loot boxes and I told myself I'd never dive into a game that heavily implemented those so I gave up on the franchise. Time went on and apparently it's much much better now, so I picked up the sequel and the original complete editions and they're on my list...somewhere down the line. If you've been paying attention, you'll see I've got quite a few games to get through, first. Those and the Batman Arkham trilogy are sort of maybes on my list. Games I own digitally but never got around to playing. After doing Spider-Man, I might give Arkham a shot since they're vaguely similar. 

As for the DLC, we'll see. I'll PROBABLY do it on superior (I didn't find the game hard except some of the taskmaster challenges), but if I'm in a rush to just enjoy the story and move to NG+ and get those two trophies, I'll put it on easy. 



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Runa216 said:
Bristow9091 said:

Same, I've got quite a few PS4 games that I'm waiting to play on PS5 instead lol, the main few I'm (im)patiently waiting to play are Ghost of Tsushima, Days Gone, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice and Dark Souls 3, lol :P 

For Dark Souls, feel free to hit me up! I have an endgame character that's fairly well managed and strong without being mega OP. 

Been looking up some builds and weapon choices... since I played Dark Souls 2: SOTFS as a caster (Hex build lol) and Dark Souls Remastered as a sort of STR build (Well, sort of... used Black Knight Halberd with Grass Crest Shield and Black Leather armour, but pumped END up so I could constantly fast roll, and kept going with STR to 50)... I think I'm gonna' be going into Dark Souls 3 with a DEX build, and it's nice to see how early you can get your hands on the Uchigatana, so that'll make a nice starting base for me. I also think DEX weapons will help accommodate the faster combat too, or at least that's what I'm hoping, lol.



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^ Michael Mumbauer (a former studio head and senior director of internal Sony team Visual Arts), in his Linkedin page states that he has put together ‘a brand new, all-star, AAA action/adventure development team for PlayStation’. from Metro.

So naturally there's a lot of speculation where this studio was made for Uncharted. I don't think SIE will give Bend the reigns for the UC series, and considering how well Days done has done. The same team are most likely working on Days Gone sequel.



hinch said:

^ Michael Mumbauer (a former studio head and senior director of internal Sony team Visual Arts), in his Linkedin page states that he has put together ‘a brand new, all-star, AAA action/adventure development team for PlayStation’. from Metro.

So naturally there's a lot of speculation where this studio was made for Uncharted. I don't think SIE will give Bend the reigns for the UC series, and considering how well Days done has done. The same team are most likely working on Days Gone sequel.

Did we ever get sales numbers for Days Gone?