on 08-05-2010 04:06 AM
on 08-05-2010 09:28 AM
09-05-2010 11:48 AM - edited 09-05-2010 12:14 PM
Mini Ninjas! Working on it myself at the moment. Absolutely brilliant game. Looks, sounds, plays great. Hours and hours of gameplay, and its pretty simple. There is a demo on the store to try out aswell.
Apart from that, I'd say Burnout Paradise, Trine (PSN game)... maybe even Borderlands.
Interesting idea. Don't have that one. Thank you amigo
09-05-2010 11:51 AM - edited 09-05-2010 12:14 PM
09-05-2010 12:04 PM - edited 09-05-2010 12:14 PM
Burnout very very easy takes some time but can do it without any trouble. Need a webcam it was my first plat not long ago
Luckily I do have a PS Eye. I have already take Burnout Paradise off the shelf and started amping up my modest trophy tally in it. Annoyingly, it looks as though I have missed one trophy I should have received: the 3 takedowns one. Some weird glitch I guess. The same thing happened in Fallout once. Will have to resort to some save file jiggery pokery...
09-05-2010 12:07 PM - edited 09-05-2010 12:15 PM
I'm sort of in the same category as you. I have a job; I work a lot, and my primary interest is programming & hardware design, not gaming, so I'm quite limited in the amount of time I have for games. I'm also not very good at them, compared to others I have played with online, and comparing how my friends do when I watch them play games.
Check out my trophy list, and you'll essentially see what I found enough time to complete, and which I felt was worth the time I spent on them.
I tried Terminator Salvation, but I felt that when I do have time for games, I want to spend it on something more worthwhile (it was way too frustrating). Perhaps I'll try to complete it some day -- but it's not a platinum I'll brag about.
Thanks matey. For someone "not very good at games", you've got a pretty respectable trophy tally I may add you if that's okay
09-05-2010 12:10 PM - edited 09-05-2010 12:15 PM
I'm sure variations on this question have been asked before, but....I'd quite like, for my own satisfaction, to plat a game at some point. But there are several problems with this aspiration: I'm at best an average gamer; I have a job, other interests/ commitments and a limited amount of time; I'm not obsessive-compulsive; and I'm only interested in playing games that interest me - not just any old junk.
Anyone got any recommendations for achievable platinums that meet those broad criteria? I'm not a teenage girl, so the legend that is the Hannah Montana game is out, as is Legends of Wrestlemania (Michelin men in lurid lycra just doesn't do it for me). Getting through the first part of Terminator Salvation induced a mini-breakdown - plus to plat that, you have to play it through twice, and I just can't see that happening! In fact, I'm getting twitchy just thinking about it.
congratz u managed to make looking for an easy plat...... look like a registration to a dating site lol ^^ try mw2 perhaps ? i wouldnt say im rubbish at games, my friends think im pretty good, so i dno if itll b suited for u, but its the only game iv ever bothered to go for the plat in, or perhaps u cud go for the new ratchet and clank, i was only 1 trophie away from plat on that 1, for me its not difficulty its about bein able 2 do it and not jus get bored
I'm pretty average at online shooters, tbh. They're pretty exciting but I tend to get very confused and lose track of what's going on! R&C is another interesting suggestion so danke schon
09-05-2010 12:14 PM - edited 09-05-2010 12:15 PM
If you just want trophies am told bioshock 2 is easy
MW2 is easy to get up to 85% then hard as spec ops left
AC2 one play for me 90% :/ , the rest of that one aint bad
Thanks for the info, Nerdy. May give MW2 a go then, in spite of earlier comment. I bought AC2 full of anticipation (the rare Black Edition even) because the Italian renaissance setting looked really interesting, then wondered whether it would make much sense without having played the first one... ummed and ahhed a bit, and haven't been back since.
on 09-05-2010 12:24 PM
If you have limited time and enough money available that do not literally need to play the same game to death, why on earth would you want to waste your valuable time rinsing the same game just to get a little trinket that has no value, worth or benefit whatsoever.
I get it for the youngsters who wait until xmas or bday for a few games, then have to play them for half a year or whatever, or those who are a bit poor and need to extract all goodness from a game before selling it to pay for the next, but your average working joe doesnt need to get caught up in this childish persuit.
I understand your point, but I think you're missing THE point. Of course, platinum trophies are just virtual trinkets that mean absolutely nothing but a few moments of personal satisfaction...but there's nothing so wrong with that. Setting a hard-to-reach goal and then setting out to achieve that is a good thing - as long as you go about it in a balanced way. Excuse me while I get all philosophical for a second! You need determination, persistence, problem solving, logical thinking, spatial awareness - plus loads of time, which is probably the hardest thing to find. Games aren't just about itchy trigger fingers and virtual violence whatever the Daily Mail readers may think.
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