Trophies & Achievements

  • Platinum #86: Watch Dogs 2. This... is an excellent game. Please give it a chance if possible, it should be pretty cheap nowadays. If there's one word to describe the game, I'd say "fresh". That goes for both the game world in SF area and the hacker group itself and their friendships. Very good missions throughout the game, and the plot in general just felt right all the time. Fighting for your privacy and rights against the faceless corporations, one step at a time. I was extremely invested, things felt good to achieve.

    A pretty easy platinum trophy, only the few online ones took a little time, but nothing too hard. A good number of silly ones, too, like "buy a certain t-shirt" or "get photobombed on your selfie". :)

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  • @sentinel-beach Not to mention that it's very unique compared to other open-world Ubisoft games. No radio towers, no outposts, it's just a really cool city with tons of well-hidden secrets. WD2 is top notch!

  • Should have mentioned I got that God of War platinum and while I wouldn't say it's the best trophy list out there, I enjoyed every minute.

  • Finally got the Uncharted The Lost Legacy platinum (my 12th platinum)! Took me way longer since i made a lot of time consuming mistakes. With this complete, now i have fully completed all the Uncharted games available on PS4. I hope one day Golden Abyss comes to PS4 so i can platinum that too.

  • My most recent platinums were for Ni No Kuni II, Yakuza 6 and Cyberdimension Neptunia.
    All fairly doable, Yakuza 6 easiest in the history of Yakuza for sure, NNK2 was less ridiculous than the one for NNK1 (which I also got) and Neptunia didn't require a 2nd playthrough for a change.

  • Decided to go for the platinum in Battle Chasers: Nightwar, and man, that become a lengthy process. Luckily though, I just finally finished the game with everything collected, seen and experienced on one playthrough! Now all I still need to do is to finish the game again on NG+ at some point, but I'm definitely taking a break now. But yeah, that second run should be dozens of hours shorter.

    The couple of the harder trophies (or more boring) needed me to go through those dungeons again and again hoping that certain lore scrolls and/or rare monsters would've been spawned in there that time around. The dungeons are randomly generated, you see, so it's up to luck what you see in there each time. But now the bestiary is at 100 % as is my library. :)

  • Currently working on a number of platinums, but primarily I have been focusing on the (insanely) long process that is the Divinity: Original Sin completion and the difficult Devil May Cry Dante Must Die mode. Thankfully the latter is quick enough to rush through the game in about 3-4 hours.

  • How does one get that PSN card to work as a signature? I tried a couple of ways, but only got a link as a text showing.

    At least @iboshow @Lotias @Sheria in this thread have it working.

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    @sentinel-beach Glad you got it working! it is a little faffle, but looks good when its working! :D

  • Platinum #87: Doom. Doom! DOOM! Balls to the wall action, goddamn that was entertaining. Super shotgun for life. A few of the weapon mod challenges as well as the rune upgrades took a while to fill their bars for those trophies, but luckily the game works nicely so that you can grind and restart a checkpoint and your stats still grow.

  • Platinum #59: Dark souls remastered, great game but sadly playing 3 before it made ot alot easier.

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    Some people platinum count has me in awe! Do you go in for platinum every game you play?

    My general rule is that I only platinum games that I really enjoy. I got 12 Platinums that I got synced up to my account, another 2 on my old PS3 which I cant sync up due to borked internet connection. My next 2 Platinum in sight though are Life is Strange: Before the Storm, and Zone of the Enders 2: MARS when it comes out in September.

  • I tend to check the trophy lists and guides for most of the games I get, but I don't necessarily go after the platinum in each. Like now I started to play AC Chronicles, and its demands look too frustrating for me, so I'll just finish it normally. A lot of my platinums are from all kinds of sandbox games, mostly. And Naughty Dog, of course. But for something like the Arkham series, for example, I came to realize already in Asylum that my skills just aren't enough for those battle trophies, so I didn't bang my head against the wall in any of those. I know my limits.

  • I am so close yet so far from the Battlefront 2 Plat

  • @lotias i usually check guides first, ( is a great site for trophy hunters, after that i decide if its wirth it or not, most of my platinums are open world game.

  • I am one platinum off 50 now and thought about trying to get something good for the milestone. I still have Persona 5 ng+ to finish but it's so darn long lol. If I had a hyperbolic time chamber that would be the one. Otherwise Detroit Become Human would probably be the quickest having already got 75% of them.
    Failing that hopefully Spiderman has a fun trophy list. Still a ways off though.

  • Platinum #88: Old Man's Journey. A pretty little indie game about an old man receiving a letter, heading for a journey and reminisning his life and choices he had made. I like old men in stories like this, it's this certain kind of sadness that hangs above everything.

    Trophy-wise this was easy, except for a "Smooth Ride" that took me an hour to finally get it. You wouldn't find the trophies without a guide, they're pretty obscure some of them, but for one playthrough they felt like an obvious choice to collect while going through the game. It's only maybe 1,5 to three hours long, depending on your train skills for that one trophy.

  • Platinum #40: Persona 4 Golden. I decided to get the 40th platinum on Persona 4 Golden, just because I wanted to make it a special milestone + I already have Persona 5 as my 20th platinum. Pretty easy platinum, but it was a bit pain to get compared to Persona 5, just because of one trophy.

    The Harcore Risette Fan trophy, you need to grind 250 specific lines and it was way worse in this game compared to P5.

  • Platinum #89: Late Shift. A shape-your-own-story kind of movie game. You just choose the path and watch the scenes unfold. I bought this from a sale for 5 € a few months back out of curiosity. Turned out one playthrough was enough for me: it's not too bad or especially good, just a neat little experience, a peculiar one. So after that playthrough I played it again with a guide to find the other endings, it took only two hours or so.