Ninja Gaiden 3. It's very hard, a bit harder than NGS2, though for all the wrong reasons.
Normal difficulty is easy, Hard difficulty is normal, Master Ninja difficulty is incredibly cheap, punishing and mostly a chore to play. The last few trials are the hardest part and just incredibly frustrating. Multiplayer trophies aren't about difficulty, they're just time consuming and some require luck (like fulfilling a random contract that appears maybe once in every 50 games).
Master Ninja and Ultimate Ninja modes and trials make the gameplay flaws this NG has very obvious and annoying, but ignore those difficulties and it's actually a lot of fun, hopefully they can fix some of those gameplay issues if they make a Sigma version though
Actually I'm not sure if that is true. After I lost my first Playstation to the fatal YLOD I had an extended hiatus from the game and only returned earlier this year. On the trophy side was a list of criteria that I had struggled with in the past, such as Zone Zeus, Beat Zico and needing to achieve gold on every race at the highest difficulty level.
Skyrim was any easy platinum but so time consuming took me 145 hours to get all but 2 of the trophies because I had to backtrack all the quests I'd finished to find all the books. Then spent another 40 hours in a new game as I missed getting deadric artifacts and thieves guild trophies but got there in the end. Just started sniper elite and should platinum this in a week
Was freaking easy!
^Love the video description, haha!
My latest were the Silent Hill HD Collection games.
Silent Hill 2 will be difficult for people unfamilliar with the game as you have to get a ten star ranking, for those of us who did this back on the PS2 though its not so bad as it's a very quick game to speedrun and it forces you to do about five playthroughs to warm up before going for the ten star ranking anyway.
Silent Hill 3 is very easy if you want it to be because you can play it on any difficulty, you have to play it like three or four times but it's also very quick once you know your way through it.