Murdered: Soul Suspect (PS3)
It may not have lived up to the hype but it was still a fun time. It's like a supernatural murder mystery that you control, so only those who like a good story in a game should play.
I also owe a debt of gratitude to gyrocop, for without the collectible section of his guide this Platinum would never have been possible.
This is also my 4th Platinum this month, a first for me!
Avy by DaRe
Ribbon by Beam
"It's not the critic who counts. The credit goes to the man who is actually in the arena." --
LEGO Marvel Super Heroes - Have You Ever Tried Shawarma?
Thanks to a very generous sale this week, I was finally able to get my hands on this game. I'd been waiting for it to hit the sub $20 mark on the PS4, but hey, I managed to snag it for just a little over $10!
I'm no stranger to the LEGO games, as I've gotten 100% in every title up until (and including) this one, and platinums on all of them that have it (except for Indy 2, which I played on PC and hated, plus I can never find a cheap copy). And while others have reported the games to be glitchy or bug filled, I've never really had that issue.
Until now. LEGO Marvel crashed quite a bit, and some of the missions and side quests seem to be badly programmed and have issues at times. I even ended up collecting 154 mini kits, even though there's only 150 in the game! For whatever reason, on the 14th level the 4 kits I collected the first time around returned in free play, and I ended up collecting them twice, giving me 14 in the level. Luckily it didn't cause any problems other than the odd totals at the end. All the trophies popped when they should have, which is always good.
Once I got Stan Lee and hulked him up, the platinum was mine. Excelsior!
It's a lego game so it's easy, just a bit of grinding for gold bricks and everything but that wasn't bad because I'm a Star Wars fan anyway. There was one space mission that was difficult but just googled a few exploits and got it 3rd try.