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Harukanaru Toki no Naka De 6 (遙かなる時空の中で6) Troph...

Jun 06 2019 02:58 PM | sagefire in Trophy Guides

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OVERVIEW
Estimated trophy difficulty: 3/10
Offline: 38 (1 :plat 3 :gold 18 :silver 16 :bronze )
Approximate time: ~9 hours
Missable trophies: None
Glitched trophies: None
Cheats: None

 

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A SRPG VN with a fairly simple system, but some effort is required. The guide looks long but you'll be skipping most battles, thus the relatively short Plat time for a Neoromance game.

 

CONTROLS
:triangle - Menu
:circle - Confirm/Advance
:cross - Cancel
:lvita + :triangle - Quicksave
:lvita + :square - Quickload
:rvita - Skip Play (press again to stop skipping)

 

SETUP

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Neon Junctions ~ Platinum Walkthrough (Text and...

Jun 04 2019 01:17 AM | Velvet in Trophy Guides

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This guide will get you all the trophies for Neon Junctions except for Failure and It Was Hard, which can easily be earned by walking off the ledge on any level and idling in any stage for 3 minutes, respectively.

 

If you prefer to use a video guide, one with commentary has been provided as well as one without. Using the videos or the text/image guide will get you your platinum in 40 mins - 2 hours, depending on your speed. The trophies are marked where they should unlock if you’re using this from the start.

 

Link to the video with commentary
Link to the video without commentary

 

WALKTHROUGH

 

Puzzle 1


  • Go around the wall in front of you, up two steps and jump across a gap.

  • Just after the gap is a doorway with 6 Blue Blocks in it (it has pink arrows pointing towards them). Pick them all up.

  • Straight across from you are 6 pink arrows on the ground. Place the blocks (l1) in the squares they point to.

  • Go through the portal (right side)

  • :silver First Step

 

 

Puzzle 2


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  • On each side, there are 3 blocks each sitting on a column. Pick them all up (total of 6).

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  • Place all 6 Blocks to complete the circuit on one side (doesn’t matter which one)

  • Go through the portal (opposite side of the power cell)

 

 

Puzzle 3


  • Starting at the Power Cell, facing away from it, pick up all the blocks on the left side (make sure you finish with at least 18).

  • Connect the circuits with the blocks so the portal gets power

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  • Go through the portal once it has power

 

 

Puzzle 4


  • Straight ahead, pick up the 4 Blocks on the center column, just to the left of the Power Cell

  • Turn around and there is a wall you can place Blocks on. Place 2 to create a small set of stairs

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  • Climb up and there will be a second wall

  • Build another 2 Block stair and climb up those

  • On the ground are 4 Blocks. Pick up all 4

  • Make your way back down both sets of block stairs and pick up all the blocks as you come down

  • Place the blocks down to reconnect the circuit on the ground

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  • Go through the exit portal on the left

 

 

Puzzle 5


  • Pick up all the blocks on the walls in the first room

  • When you have them all, go up the stairs and into the small room. Reconnect the circuit on the ground

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  • Exit the room and if you look on the opposite wall, you’ll see a single blue square in the middle of the top row. You need to build some stairs and a walkway to get you up to that ledge (you’ll need about 22-23 blocks)

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  • Climb up your stairs and follow the path around and up on the ledge. The exit portal is right up top

 

 

Puzzle 6


  • At the very start, make a 180 turn so you are facing in the opposite direction

  • Remove the 4 blocks that are just to the right of the 4 blocks in the center of the last row

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  • When you jump down, there will be 12 Blocks to remove from a doorway

  • The exit portal is just on the other side

  • Note: You can get the :gold Speed Run trophy on this level if you are quick enough

 

 

Puzzle 7


  • At the start, go straight forward and into the room at the very end

  • On the right side, you’ll see 3 walls with blocks connecting the circuit

  • You need to remove the middle and top row of blocks, then place 1 block in the middle of each wall

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  • Exit the room and just above the doorway of the room you started in is an incomplete circuit

  • Place blocks to connect the circuit

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  • Exit through the portal on the left

  • :gold Level 7

 

 

Puzzle 8


  • When you start, to the left and right, are 4 blocks on each side that you need to pick up

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  • Follow the incomplete circuit and you’ll come to another aisle

  • Same as before, pick up the 4 blocks on each the left and right side

  • Complete the circuit running down the middle

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  • Now, you need to choose a side. It doesn’t matter which one, left or right. In the little aisles, you’ll notice that the top row of each wall is a wall that you can place blocks on

  • Place a block on the center square of each wall on one side (place 4 blocks in total)

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  • Once all for are set, go down towards the Power Cell and whichever side you placed the 4 blocks down on, build some stairs of out blocks to reach up the top ledge

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  • When you get to the top, you should see all 4 of your blocks lined up in a row

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  • Jump across the blocks and platforms until you reach the room at the end

  • The exit portal is just inside the room, down on the lower level

 

 

Puzzle 9


  • Go through the doorway just in front of you

  • On both sides of the pillars are 8 blue blocks. Pick up all 16 blocks

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  • Turn around and you’ll see a wall next to the doorway that you can put blocks on. Build yourself a little staircase leading up to the second floor

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  • Climb up the stairs and go up around the fence and jump into the room you started the stage in

  • On the wall opposite the doorway is a circuit. Use the blocks to complete it and exit through the portal

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Puzzle 10


  • On the ground you’ll see 4 circuits. For the sake of simplicity, number them left to right - 1 - 2 - 3 - 4

  • In each room (including this one), you want to pick up the 4 blocks on the walls and complete Circuit #2 only

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  • Repeat this all the way to the end and go through the exit portal



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Home Sweet Home Trophy Guide

Jun 03 2019 02:02 PM | EssTee in Trophy Guides

Home Sweet Home.

 

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Trophy Guide By esstee11. Banner by sefjwm.

 

Overview:

  • Estimated trophy difficulty: 3.5/10
  • Offline trophies: 11 [ 1 :gold 3 :silver 7 :bronze ]
  • Online trophies: 0
  • Approximate amount of time to 100%: 3-4 hours
  • Minimum number of playthroughs: 1
  • Number of missable trophies: None. There is Chapter Select.
  • Glitched trophies: 0
  • Does difficulty affect trophies?: No. There is only one difficulty.
  • Do trophies stack?: No.
  • Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No cheats.
  • Additional peripherals required?: No. VR optional.
Introduction:

 

This instalment is the first of a series, a horror game set in a twisted labyrinth where you will find yourself hunted by vengeful evil spirits. It has a dark narrative inspired by Thai myths and beliefs that will captivate you and leave your pulse pounding with fear. There are no weapons, you must use stealth and investigative skills to survive and uncover the dark and sinister secrets of this place... It is no longer the happy home that it once was.

 

Trophy-wise, you just have to get to the end of the game, you have unlimited lives and the games auto-saves are never too far away so you are not heavily punished for your deaths ...they decided the mild heart attacks were enough! Any collectables or miscellaneous trophies can easily be grabbed at the end of the game via chapter select. All collectables remain registered even if you die, so they only ever need to be picked up once. There are 7 chapters and if you go to the chapter select screen it will show you how many collectables you have found so far per chapter.



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Warlock's Tower ~ Trophy Guide

May 28 2019 03:16 PM | Velvet in Trophy Guides

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Overview:
Estimated trophy difficulty: 1/10 w/ a guide, 5/10 w/out
Offline trophies: 22 (5 :bronze , 8 :silver , 8 :gold, 1 :plat )
Online trophies: 0
Approximate amount of time to 100%: 1-2 Hours w/ a guide, 8+ Hours w/out
Minimum number of playthroughs: 1 of each stage + 1 extra run of 5 specific stages
Number of missable trophies: 0, Stage Select is available
Glitched trophies: 1 - Completed the Chambers
Does difficulty affect trophies?: No
Do trophies stack?: Yes, there will be 6 stacks (NA PS4/Vita, EU PS4/Vita, AS PS4/Vita) - the individual region stacks are crossbuy
Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No cheat codes
Additional peripherals required?: No

 

Introduction

 

Warlock’s Tower is a challenging and witty puzzle game that pins you against zombies, slimes, and more! Play through over 70 stages as you outsmart and outlive your enemies to make it to the exit. Be careful, though, as this isn’t your mom’s puzzle game. Each step you take will remove 1 HP. Take too many steps, and you’ll find yourself 6 feet under. Guaranteed to put your brain to work, you’ll need to figure out the solution to all the stages before you’ll be awarded your platinum.

 

If you run into any issues, the solutions for all the stages have been provided under the respective “Complete all x stages” trophies. These solutions were provided directly from the Publisher and I take no credit whatsoever in figuring them out. If using those, the buttons are as follows:
D - Down :down
U - Up :Up:
L - Left :left
R - Right :right
C (Change Character): :cross

 

If following the solutions provided, note that you won’t be able to speed too fast through them on the later stages. If a stage has an enemy that moves and/or conveyor belts, you need to wait for everything to stop moving before you can take you next move.

 

Walkthrough

 

Step 1: Play through the game

 

This step is simple, you just want to play through all 5 Areas (Dungeon, Factory, Warehouse, Library, and Chambers) and work on completing each level in all of them. While the door to some area unlock before all the levels are completed, you will need to do them all for the “Beat all x Stages” trophies. If you run into any issues, the solutions for all the levels have been provided under their respective trophies. You’ll run into the one and only glitched trophy during this step, which is Completed the Chambers. If this trophy does not unlock once you complete all the levels associated with this area, close the game and start it back up. When you get to the level select screen, the trophy will unlock. After this step, you will have earned (in the order they will unlock):

 

:bronze Talked to the Warlock
:bronze Met the Zombie
:gold Completed the Dungeon
:bronze Reached the Factory
:bronze Got the Magic Flag
:bronze Talk to Jess
:gold Completed the Factory
:silver Reached the Warehouse
:silver Met the Slime
:gold Completed the Warehouse
:silver Reached the Library
:gold Meet the Fleye
:gold Completed the Library
:gold Reached the Chambers
:gold Completed the Chambers **Glitched**
:gold Beat the Game

 

Step 2: Go back and replay the 5 levels required for the remaining trophies

 

You should have all but 5 trophies (6 including the platinum) now. These will require you to replay 5 specific levels and play each until you run into an NPC in each of them. You don’t need to complete the levels for these and can exit out as soon as the trophy(ies) unlock. If you’re having any trouble, the levels and subsequent solutions are all listed under their respective trophies. After this step, you will have earned (in the order they will unlock if you replay them from the start):

 

:silver Talked to the Hero
:silver Talked to Todd Torial
:silver Talked to Racketboy
:silver Talked to Rubick
:silver Talk to Kim
:plat Platinum Mailman



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FAR: Lone Sails ~ Trophy Guide and Roadmap

May 24 2019 03:36 PM | Velvet in Trophy Guides

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Overview:

  • Estimated trophy difficulty: 3/10
  • Offline trophies: 14 (11Posted Image, 2Posted Image, 1Posted Image)
  • Online trophies: 0
  • Approximate amount of time to 100%: 6-8 Hours
  • Minimum number of playthroughs: 3 + 1 Partial
  • Number of missable trophies: 6: The Sound of Silence, My Heart will go on, A piece of Home, I got 99 minutes, Fire in the Hole!, and Hoarder
  • Glitched trophies: 0
  • Does difficulty affect trophies?: No difficulty settings
  • Do trophies stack?: Yes, there is an NA and an EU stack
  • Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No cheat codes
  • Additional peripherals required?: No

 

Introduction:

 

Long after civilization has abandoned the lands and the oceans have dried up, nothing but remnants of their once thriving lives still remain. Equipped with just your Okomotive, you’ll be tasked with traversing across the lands, sailing through the dried oceans, and enduring treacherous weather to make it to the end of your journey. Upgrade your ship by completing puzzles along the way and navigate your ship through obstacles and roadblocks alike. Will you and your lone ship make it to the end? Or will the hazards of a civilization now ruined stop your short of your final destination?

 

Walkthrough:

 

Step 1: Play through the game keeping the mailbox, burning the radio, hoarding 15 items, and standing at the Flagpole of the Landcruiser
This step will get you the majority of the trophies done. Make sure you pick up the Mailbox at the very beginning and keep it in your ship until the very end. Pick up the Radio from the first radio tower and burn it immediately after installing the Item Gatherer. You also want to pick up every item you come across and burn everything except for the Explosive Barrels. When you’re at the Landcruiser, make sure you stand by the Flagpole on the top of it. Throughout this time, you’ll install all the Modules and complete the game.

 

If you get stuck on any Module or Obstacle, please see I got 99 minutes for a video walkthrough of the game.

 

After this step, you will have earned:

 

Posted Image Set Sail
Posted Image Break it, fix it!
Posted Image Suck it up!
Posted Image Pimp my Ride
Posted Image Goodbye old Friend
Posted Image The Sound of Silence
Posted Image Full Throttle
Posted Image My Heart will go on
Posted Image A piece of Home
Posted Image Hoarder

 

Step 2: Play through the game again, this time collecting (and burning) all of the explosive barrels

 

There are 6 barrels in total that you need to pick up and blow up. Their locations are all listed underneath Fire in the Hole!, but all of them are along the main path so they will be hard to miss. Since you’ll need play through the entire game, you’ll also be picking up other fuel items and burning them. Along with what you burned on your first run, this will cause you to burn well over the 42 items needed for The answer to life, the universe and everything.

 

Once you have completed your run, you will have unlocked the following:

 

Posted Image The answer to life, the universe and everything
Posted Image Fire in the Hole!

 

Step 3: Play through the game again, this time doing the speedrun in under 99 minutes

 

Now that you’ve familiarized yourself with the game, it’s time to speed your way through it. This will be the only trophy you earn during this step, so please see Posted Image I got 99 minutes for tips, tricks, and of course, the walkthrough video showing the speedrun. The timer starts when you gain control of your character and will end as soon as you light the beacon at the very end.

 

Step 4: Play a partial run to get your distance meter over 9000

 

Depending on if you had to restart or quit out before this step, you’ll need about 1/3-1/2 of a playthrough to finish off the meter. Just treat it as a normal run and only pick up what fuel you’ll need. There’s no need to rush through the modules so go ahead and just take your time. As soon as the meter breaks 9000, you’ll earn the final Posted Image It’s over 9000! trophy.



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Figment ~ Trophy Guide and Roadmap

May 22 2019 09:30 AM | Velvet in Trophy Guides

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Overview

  • Estimated trophy difficulty: 3/10
  • Offline trophies: 24 (8Posted Image, 8Posted Image, 7Posted Image, 1Posted Image)
  • Online trophies: 0
  • Approximate amount of time to platinum: 4-8 Hours
  • Minimum number of playthroughs: 1 + Clean-up
  • Number of missable trophies: 2, Posted Image Blademaster and Posted Image Deadly Spin
  • Glitched trophies: 0
  • Does difficulty affect trophies?: No difficulty settings
  • Do trophies stack?: Yes, 2 stacks: JP and NA/EU (shared)
  • Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No cheat codes
  • Additional peripherals required?: No
Introduction:

 

As a child, your inner courage is what propels you to take risks, go on adventures, and face your fears. But as you grow older, the moments that require that courage become few and far between as we settle into our adult roles with work and family life. But what happens when a traumatic accident leaves the brain in shambles, unable to cope with the new distresses brought on by the harrowing incident? It’ll be up to your mind’s inner courage to persevere through the dark and unknown to restore the brain to its original state. You play as Dusty, the old and once forgotten creature of courage who is summoned from what he thought was his retirement. While hesitant at first, he soon realizes that only he will be able to defeat the invading Nightmares and restore lost memories to the conscious mind. Follow him along his adventure to fix the broken brain so that he, his friends, and the body they reside in, may thrive once again.

 

Walkthrough:

 

Step 1: Play through the game while collecting the memories, knocking on all the doors, and keeping an eye out for the 2 and 3 enemies required for Blademaster and Deadly spin, respectively

 

While I highly recommended you play through the game blind at least once, it is possible to get all the trophies in one run. To do so, you want to put a focus on collecting all 16 memories and knocking on all 30 doors. More importantly, though, you want to make sure you kill 2 enemies at the same time for Deadly spin and hit 3 enemies at the same time for Blademaster, as those are the only two missable trophies in the game. As long as you get those two, you can clean up the rest later.

 

If you’re going for everything in one go, the order in which you’ll find all the memories is listed under Now it all Makes Sense! and the doors are listed under Noisy Neighbor, Seeking Inspiration, and Checking the Gears. You’ll find a few suitable locations in Clockwork Town to earn the two missable trophies listed above (see Blademaster for more info). If you get stuck or would prefer to follow an actual walkthrough to get through the game, a link to a complete video walkthrough has been provided under Coming Back to the Surface. Whether you go for all the collectibles this step or not, you will earn the following trophies once you complete the game (in the order they should unlock):

 

Posted Image Back into Shape
Posted Image Getting Back into the Game
Posted Image Exterminator
Posted Image Not Skipping Leg Day
Posted Image Creative Cleaning
Posted Image Nostalgia
Posted Image Blademaster
Posted Image Deadly spin
Posted Image Bug Squasher
Posted Image Figment of Steel
Posted Image Loosening the Gears
Posted Image Lovecraftian Shenanigans
Posted Image Overcoming Fear
Posted Image Coming Back to the Surface

 

Step 2: Clean-up

 

As long as you earned Blademaster and Deadly Spin in step 1, you’ll be good to clean up the Memory and Door related trophies after you have completed the story and get your Platinum. The only area you won’t be able to fully traverse back to is The Pathway, but there is only one Memory you need to collect in that area (no doors) and is found near the beginning, before the level blocks you from progressing further. All 16 Memories are listed under Now it all Makes Sense! and if you’re missing any doors from any area, they are all listed under their respective trophies. You can do these in any order, so once you’ve cleaned everything up, you will have earned the following trophies:

 

Posted Image Noisy Neighbor
Posted Image I Remember That…
Posted Image Seeking Inspiration
Posted Image Checking the Gears
Posted Image Distant Memories
Posted Image Time for Tea
Posted Image Turning on the Light
Posted Image Waterboy
Posted Image Now it all Makes Sense!



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Back in 1995 - Trophy Guide and Platinum Walkth...

May 21 2019 08:01 AM | Velvet in Trophy Guides

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Overview

  • Estimated trophy difficulty: 2-2.5/10
  • Offline trophies: 13 (1Posted Image, 11Posted Image, 1Posted Image)
  • Online trophies: 0
  • Approximate amount of time to platinum: 1-2 Hours with a guide, 2-4 Without
  • Minimum number of playthroughs: 1
  • Number of missable trophies: 4 (Posted Image How do we arm first?, Posted Image Looking for really big gun., Posted Image Kids playing with guns., and Posted Image The fourth dimension wall.), though the weapon-related trophies are incredibly hard to miss
  • Glitched trophies: 0
  • Does difficulty affect trophies?: No difficulty settings
  • Do trophies stack?: Yes, there will be 8 stacks: NA PS4/Vita, EU PS4/Vita, AS PS4/Vita, and JP PS4/Vita
  • Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No cheat codes
  • Additional peripherals required?: No

Introduction

 

Acting as an homage to first generation horror games of the early 90s, Back in 1995 is a pixelated horror survival game that offers a nostalgia trip as you fight through zombie-like enemies while searching for the truth about your character. Included with this trip are fixed camera angles and tank controls, neither of which are too stressing, though. There is no autosave feature in the game. Your progress can only be saved by interacting with Computers scattered throughout each stage. To avoid too much backtracking, you’ll want to save often so in the off chance you find yourself in a pickle against a group of enemies, you won’t be punished too much by dieing. There are unlimited lives available, so as long as you save your game, you’ll never get a true Game Over.

 

You can play through the game blind and, as long as you thoroughly check each area, will be able to get the Platinum within a couple of hours. If you prefer to use a walkthrough guide, both a text guide and a video guide have been provided for you below the trophy guide (this post here).

 

Passwords/Door Codes: Throughout the game, you’ll have to decipher clues to figure out three different 3-digit codes to progress through the story (there are two in Stage 2 and one in Stage 3). The Stage-related trophies do tell you how/where to find the clues for the codes (and how to decipher them, if need be), but, to avoid spoilers, they will not give you the actual code to use. The walkthrough provided, however, does. So if you get stuck or have any trouble getting those, please see both the Stage-related trophies and/or the text/video walkthrough for assistance.

 

Walkthrough

 

Step 1: Play through the story, keeping an eye out for the Weapons and Newspaper Clippings

 

The Weapons will be hard to miss, so you’ll mainly want to be keeping an eye out for the Newspaper Clippings in the game. There are three to collect (one in Stage 2, one in Stage 3, and one in Stage 4). Outside of those, the game is very linear. The biggest challenge you’ll have is dealing with the tank controls, but tbh, they aren’t toobad, they just take a little getting used to again. There is no Chapter Select option in the game after you complete it, but you can create separate saves for each Stage for a makeshift Chapter Select option. As soon as possible, at the start of each Stage, interact with a Computer and save your game to a new slot. You’ll be able to load these from the Main Menu should you miss anything on your travels. Once you have completed the game and received both endings (they’ll happen in the same playthrough), you’ll earn all the trophies. They will unlock in the following order:

 

Posted Image Are you still here?
Posted Image If life were only like this.
Posted Image How do we arm first?
Posted Image Kids playing with guns.
Posted Image Life moves pretty fast.
Posted Image Looking for really big gun.
Posted Image Welcome to the middle of the game.
Posted Image The fourth dimension wall.
Posted Image New word for the day.
Posted Image It’s over. Go home.
Posted Image Did I play video games because I was miserable?
Posted Image You’ve came back there.
Posted Image You did everything you possibly could.



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Kamisama to Koi Gokoro 神さまと恋ゴコロ

Apr 29 2019 06:07 AM | skroq in Trophy Guides

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Overview

  • Estimated trophy difficulty: 3/10
  • Offline: 21 (1 :plat 8 :gold 8 :silver 4 :bronze )
  • Online: N/A
  • Approximate time: 7-8 Hours (luck dependant)
  • Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 6 routes
  • Does Difficulty affect Trophies: N/A
  • Does Difficulty levels stack: N/A
  • Missable trophies: None if you follow the guide
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BUTTONS

 

:cross - Cancel Button
:circle - Action Button
:square - Quick Save access
:triangle - Back log (not needed)
:rvita - Fast Skip
:start - brings up menu (only Save/Load will be needed)

 

OPTIONS

 

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Know before you start

 

This game is based on parameters, which are given by prayer section and mini-games. Unfortunately this is very random. Basically when you do a 1st route and you get your choices, doing it the 2nd time can result in different order of those choices, different options, etc.

 

I don't think anyone will have the same order as me, but what I can tell you is this:

 

When doing a route and you will be getting the same order as me, good - do continue. If you start seeing other choices that are not in the guide, it means most likely your activities order is mixed. This is not that bad, just look below (few days ahead) and you should see your choices.

 

The JP source said that 4th route is the most randomized, but I didn't have any issues I got all CGs and all endings the first time. For me route 5th was the worst as I couldn't get one of the endings, because apparently my stats were not like the game would have wanted. I posted a solution what worked for me.

 

Once again, you cannot tell me - guide is wrong, because I have this choice and for you it doesn't appear. It's all based on random stat parameters and what's even worse, randomized activities.

 

This is not impossible to do, I covered all endings, so if you are stubborn you can reply the game many times, like me with route 5 until the game gives you the stats you want to unlock certain ending.

 

Prepare to spend on this +10 hours



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Eve: Rebirth Terror (イヴ リバーステラー) Trophy Guide

May 01 2019 12:58 PM | sagefire in Trophy Guides

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OVERVIEW
Estimated trophy difficulty: 1/10
Offline: 34 (1 :plat 5 :gold 12 :silver 16 :bronze )
Approximate time: 1 hour
Stacking available?: Yes (PS4 and Vita)
Missable trophies: None
Glitched trophies: None
Cheats: None

 

PS4
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CONTROLS
:square - Menu
:circle - Confirm/Advance
:cross - Cancel
:rvita - Skip Play
:lvita - Auto Play
:start - Toggle Hint system

 

SETUP

Spoiler

 

NOTES
- We're playing with Hint system on, where the game tells you what to do. When a choice pulsates/blinks, select it to advance. When there's no blinking, go through all choices repeatedly until they're either blacked out or a blinking choice appears.
- On Maps, the correct area will also blink. If you're sent to the Map and the area you're currently in is blinking, or there are no blinking areas, return to the choices ( :cross), then continue going through the rest.
- On choice screens, the 2nd choice with a picture of a boot is typically used to switch areas. This may sometimes loop areas, so focus on other choices if this happens.



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Ghost Giant Guide

Apr 27 2019 02:52 PM | DIM10 in Trophy Guides

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Overview:

  • Estimated trophy difficulty: 2/10
  • Offline trophies: 32 ( 1 :plat ,12Posted Image, 15Posted Image, 4Posted Image)
  • Online trophies: 0
  • Approximate amount of time to 100%: 3 to 5 hours
  • Minimum number of playthroughs: 1
  • Number of missable trophies: 0, you can use chapter select
  • Glitched trophies: None known
  • Do trophies stack?: No.
  • Do cheat codes disable trophies?: None known
  • Special peripherals or multiple controllers needed?: PSVR, 2 move controllers



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