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  1. I've never got a Platinum, the bullshit you have to climb through is ridiculous. But I do get it for a game you really love, it's something to aim for. Persona 5 is a case in point. It's the first game I will platinum, I have about 20 sheets of printed objectives to make it, but it's still fun doing it, and it's an achievement. And the trophies are not ridiculous. I'm loving Arkham Knight at the moment, so checked out the Platinum requirements. Fuck off. Not doing that. Because it's painful. It's stupid. Why would you do this?
  2. No idea how this happened from what was shown. But then maybe I should know from what has happened before. Disturbing and very removed from any thought I had, I worry for these people.
  3. Vorgot


    Cells at Work! is next for me and my boys to watch. Seen episode 1 and it looks great. I'm in a bit of a bubble with anime, I have zero idea whats considered good or cool, I watch what I like, and take recommendations from here, hence One Punch Man and Mob Psycho 100 being favourites in my house. I have 2 boys aged 12 and 15 who stay with me at the weekend, and we watch one anime episode every breakfast, lunch and tea, its become a tradition. The odd film gets thrown in, as I bough them Spirited Away and Your Name last christmas, so they were great viewing evenings. So the stuff we have enjoyed recently, would appreciate recommendations based on our likes : Death Note : Loved this. Few overtly likeable characters, everyone has flaws, everyone has motivations, creepy and nasty One Punch Man and Mob Psycho : Sheer Briliiance. Sword Art Online Alternative : Gun Gale Online. I like the SAO characters, despite the generic setup, but would never recommend it. But this was really good and different. All the major characters were much more rounded than the SAO bunch, we really enjoyed it. Re:Zero. Now I loved this. It was cheeky and superficial on the surface, but the suffering all the characters go through was really well done. The episode that was basically Rem and Subaru talking on a rooftop bored my boys but moved me to tears. I'm an emotional person, but that hit the spot. The ending was superb too. And the Chibi shorts are amazing. And if my boys do not buy me the Beatrice Nendoroid from Play Asia for my birthday, there will be hell to pay. Which brings me to Little Witch Academia. Now, I love this. My boys love it. But are we out of touch with popular thought? We are up to episode 18 and it's just so nice without being cloying. It's inspirational without making the heroine perfect, it tells a great story with a balance of obvious and surprise. I almost feel guilty for liking it, but I don't get why. Am I alone in this? Yes it's daft, but it's fun daft. Is that a bad thing?
  4. Vorgot

    Playstation Vita

    Bought as a treat for myself once i looked it up and it hits my sweet spot 100%. Cheers for the recommendation!
  5. Vorgot

    Battlefield 1 - World War One

    Thought so. Will see when we look at the games on my account he would really want to play
  6. Vorgot

    Battlefield 1 - World War One

    We were looking into doing this, as his new PS4 will be at his mums, just need to make sure there are no drawbacks to handling it this way
  7. Vorgot

    Battlefield 1 - World War One

    I don't get why they stopped the premium for free the same day they dropped the price of the base game on PSN. My son is getting his own PS4 for christmas, I went to grab the premium pass for him yesterday but its not free now. He has had his own account on my machine for a year, could slap myself for not picking this up for him when I grabbed mine.
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    Battlefield 1 - World War One

    So what is the best way to approach this beast of a game? I'm going to obviously tackle the campaign, but what would be the best MP mode to jump into for someone who does not play much MP? I'm hoping this is the game that finally sells me on online FPS games, as I think the setting and the breadth of maps is outstanding.
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    Battlefield 1 - World War One

    That is odd. I did the same yesterday and it downloaded BF1 OK, I had to then download the expansions from the premium pass manually, which were free as I had the pass from last week. Sony's store interface and mechanics is ludicrous, even though its better than it used to be.
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    PlayStation Classic - December 2018

    It looks like a great little machine TBH, but I know if I had one it would just be eye candy and would never be used. Same with the SNES mini. Wonder if there are any little modelsfigures of old consoles out there? These things aren't aimed at us though, anyone who wants to play these games probably has another way to do it on here, it's going to hit the nostalgia button for a lot of people who maybe don't play games much anymore. I know a lot of people who might well get given one of these at christmas
  11. I've played Diablo to death on the Mac, not touched it for a year or so, might be fun on the PS4. Would be happy with that lineup, but we will see obviously!
  12. That's a pleasant bonus! Will be checking my email all day now......
  13. I think this is my list, but it's skewed towards stuff I have recently played. I know I am missing some stuff off as well.... 1 Super Mario 64 2 Persona 5 3 Portal 4 Elder Scrolls : Skyrim 5 Legend of Zeda - The Wind Waker 6 Persona Q 7 Persona 4 8 Mass Effect 2 9 Legend of Zelda - A Link Between Worlds 10 Super Mario Galaxy 11 Danganronpa Trigger Happy Havoc 12 Super Mario World 13 Virtue’s Last Reward 14 Batman : Arkham Asylum 15 World of Warcraft 16 Pocket Card Jockey 17 Resident Evil 4 18 Ridge Racers 19 Legend of Zelda - Ocarina of Time 20 Banjo-Kazooie
  14. Vorgot

    Juh-rur-per-guh - The JRPG thread.

    Cheers, will give it a go then at some point
  15. Vorgot


    I'm with you on that, I enjoyed the puzzle sections as well, even though they were frustrating at times!

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