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    Encorporeus' Archaic Checklist - Version 2




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    I am a 15 year old male gamer who started playing computer games at the age of 4 years old. I currently live in Canberra, Australia and own a PlayStation 2 and two PlayStation 3's. My first PlayStation 3, a 60GB model which came out at its release in November '06, became 'infected' with the YLOD around mid-September 2012. I currently use a 120GB model which I received back in late 2011 but never opened the box until a few days after the ill-fated demise of my first PS3.

    I've owned a PlayStation 2 since a few years after I started using a computer, but alas I have forgotten the exact date. I racked up a total of over 60 PS2 games, many of them great, though the last time I checked back in November 2006 only 3 of them worked (I never used it since then). As for the PlayStation 3, I currently own a total of 19 games (yes, not many, though the price wasn't $5-10 a game like I dreamed it was back then). I own 3 PlayStation 3 controllers: 2 SixAxis which came along with my 60GB, and one DualShock 3 which was the only controller I used ever since I opened the box.

    The first non-educational computer game I played was Age of Mythology, which I had continued to play via an old computer until the disc either got too damaged/my computer stopped reading it 4 years ago after over 1000 hours of game-play [I was a "noob" playing that game (Well, whatever you call playing a game for over 1000 hours and only playing on normal difficulty the whole time, not going up to Titan or whatever it was called)].

    I am good at Guitar Hero, racing games, FIFA, shooters and RPG's and a couple of strategy games (not Age of Mythology though ) to name a few, though am quite terrible at games not remotely related to the abov
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    My PlayStation 3 is now back where it used to be and now I experience no more connectivity faults plus 75-90% signal. I will be updating my trophies every time I earn a trophy because of this, just like old times (so to speak).

    I can only play on public holidays, weekends and holidays, so don't try to hit me up if ever on days other than that. I also never buy Downloadable Content (DLC). I also apparently can only buy one game per year, so I have a lot of [PS3/4 etc] game catching up to do in the future when those restrictions don't apply anymore.









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    Lvl 06 - 55%

    National Trophy Ranking - 9,602

    World Ranking - 516,570

    50.64% Trophy Completion

    1 ULTRA RARE TROPHY / 3 VERY RARE TROPHIES / 37 RARE TROPHIES / 101 UNCOMMON TROPHIES / 95 COMMON TROPHIES





    First Trophy



    Old School Gamer - Deus Ex: Human Revolution
    20th of January 2013: 1:25:57pm [AEST - Australian Eastern Standard Time]


    100th Trophy



    Colonel Sanderson - Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2
    9th of February 2013: 8:29:02pm [AEST - Australian Eastern Standard Time]

    111th Trophy



    The Pawn - Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2
    10th of February 2013: 8:34:06am [AEST - Australian Eastern Standard Time]

    First Platinum Trophy



    Platinum - Deus Ex: Human Revolution
    22nd of February 2013: 5:00:56pm [AEST - Australian Eastern Standard Time]

    Fastest Platinum Trophy



    Platinum - Deus Ex: Human Revolution
    1 Month, 2 Days,
    9 Hours: 20th of January 2013 - 22nd of February 2013




    Achieve 3 trophies 2 trophies - 67%
    Achieve 10 trophies 9 trophies - 90%
    Achieve 50 trophies 36 trophies - 72%
    Achieve 300 trophies 190 trophies - 58%





    47/51 Trophies Attained
    Special Ops and Intel Left
    41/51 Trophies Attained
    Campaign and MP Left
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    Due to the fact that Electronic Arts (EA) shut down the servers last year (or the year before? ) I will be unable to attain the trophies required to FIFA 10: World Cup. I will start this game to play the World Cup with different countries, but don't have thoughts about seeing a shiny on my profile for this game.


    Although the servers for FIFA 12 haven't yet shut down there are a variety of online trophies which take a lot of time to attain. Since this is merely a sports game, I will just be playing the game for fun and if I earn trophies from it then I'm fine with that.


    Although there are only a couple of online trophies for the game, I used the code on my old 60GB PS3 which means due to the "one-time-use" thing I am left with only a (1 day?) multiplayer trial. I'm uncertain whether I will be able to attain all the trophies from this trial, though if I do it'll leave me with the singleplayer trophies. If anyone wishes to give me the online code for this game I will be very happy.


    Although this is one of my favourite game-series for the PS3, there is a certain trophy which requires me to become "one with the no-lifes" and kill 10,000 people in Ranked Competitive Multiplayer. I had a few games which were filled with cheaters where it was very difficult for me to kill them, so that is the reason why I will be unable to attain the for this game. Oh, did I mention that the Ranked Competitive MP is also near-dead?








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    I bought this game during mid-2010 along with a copy of Resistance 2 in Australia for a great bargain. The original price of the game over in Australia was over $120 at the time, though I bargained it down along with Resistance 2 (which was the same price) to $50 total. When I started playing this game a few days later I was hooked to the storyline, although as far as I could remember when I started playing I was terrible and died 100 times (not joking) on Recruit Difficulty.

    When I started playing the campaign I did the speedrun course in close to 60 seconds, which is very appalling but I couldn't do much better (my current highest is 16.59 last time I checked ). The game is full of funny quotes (Cpt Price: "What the hell kinda name is Soap, eh?") and a few sad moments which I won't spoil for you. I can now do all of the Call of Duty campaigns with ease on Veteran (a long way in 2.5 years) including many community-voted hard ones (MW1 and BO - haven't tried WaW yet).

    The multiplayer on the other hand was good during its time, but it is now host to the occasional hacker which can ruin your MP experience, so if you do wish to play it online go ahead. The weapons are balanced and the servers are stable, something which is rare nowadays.

    I highly recommend to buy this game if you haven't already as it is my favourite Call of Duty to date and has the best CoD storyline.



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    I bought this game along with Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 while in Las Vegas, America at Fry's Electronics during January 2012. I bought it for $40 along with Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 which was $60, a $100 shopping trip. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2's storyline wasn't as good as the first MW as a whole, though the ending to it was certainly better.

    The game had a new speedrun course at the start, which I easily crushed through having a time of 24.6 seconds or something as my current record. The storyline is full of general action like always, though a few tiny bits in the story made little sense. The multiplayer has more open-spaced maps, though there are more hackers nowadays to be seen compared to the other installments. This ruins the multiplayer, and already 3 years down the line Infinity Ward seem to have no care about trying to fix it.

    The Special Ops, which is new to the series (if you are basing the series respectively) is full of fun and challenging missions which test how well of a shooter you are. Co-operative is an option, though Solo'ing through is actually easier and is recommended for all except the two co-operative missions, where solo'ing through with two controllers is much more difficult (naturally).

    Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 is a great game overall, especially if you are considering playing the Special Ops. It has enough action-packed action in the Special Ops on Veteran to keep you always on the lookout, and isn't too difficult for the casual player.



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    I bought this game along with Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 while in Las Vegas, America at Fry's Electronics during January 2012. I bought it along with Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 which was $40, a $100 shopping trip. The storyline of MW3 was terrible and didn't really make much sense after the first few missions, and the very ending was basically the same as MW2 in a way.

    The game is set in the close future of 2015/16 and follows immediately on from the events of MW2, but doesn't make much sense. The weapons remain the same apart from a few different weapons, and is overall a very dull and fake experience, as in the guns don't sound real, especially the helicopter miniguns.

    The true fun in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 is the new mode, titled Survival Mode, where you have to survive against infinite waves of increasingly enduring enemies, with the most enduring enemy (the Juggernaut) taking up to over 100 assault rifle rounds to the head to down. Co-operative keeps a bit of the fun in, but overall apart from Survival Mode it is a bare game. The multiplayer doesn't have [many] hackers, though even the multiplayer is bare despite the new game-modes.

    Overall, unless you wish to own the complete Modern Warfare collection, MW3 is a complete waste of your time and money. Survival Mode isn't enough to do it justice.



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    I bought this game around Christmas 2012 while in Sicily, Italy at Euronics. The price was around 20 euros, which is about $25. I had played Crysis 2 a while back before I bought it on one my cousin's laptop, though he was the one who played it the most (well it was his, I suppose..). The story was great and I understood every bit of it. So far I've completely finished it twice - once on Regular and my second time on SuperSoldier, with each playthrough so far taking an average of 7 hours, longer than the average shooter. The cloaking ability makes the game way too easy, though as always they can see you if you get right up to their face.

    The game is set in the sci-fi world of 2023, set three years after the first game. Aliens known as the Ceph (short for Cephalopods) attempt to take over/take back Earth (whatever floats your boat) and you have to try and get rid of them while also battling against the C.E.L.L, a military organization focused on getting rid of the Ceph which attacked them, as well as anyone potentially infected with the "Ebola Virus", which is what the Ceph virus was called.

    Crysis 2 has the best visuals I've played on any game thus far, and my PS3 seemed to handle it without any singleplayer "lagg". The weapons actually sounded real compared to, say, Call of Duty and all of the suit modes were balanced, as in they drained the same energy bar which comes with your character's "suit". Transitioning between the different modes were seamless and further added to the gameplay, and the ending epilogue was one of my favourite ones so far. There are a variety of ways to get past an area, though the game is still moderately linear and you sort of have to follow an overall path.

    The multiplayer, once an active community, is starting to die out and the servers are a bit laggy and misunderstanding (one bar and I don't experience any slowdowns ), and the trophies associated with it are a grind-fest, so to speak. Overall, the game is quite good though according to the community not as good as the first Crysis, though you'd want to pick this up for PC for the best performance.



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    I bought this game in Australia from someone along with Prototype for a total amount of $20, which I thought was cheap (current price of Deus Ex was $60 and Prototype was $30). This game is my favourite game so far and is a rather lengthy game - the longest story I've played so far (25-30 hours). The game is set in both real and fictional areas throughout the world through America, China and somewhere underneath the Ocean. The story of the game was easy to follow, though faults such as very easy bosses (say 15-60 seconds each for me) and incredibly rather stupid AI dragged the game down a bit, but not really enough to make an impact on enjoyment (In fact, it made it more enjoyable).

    The game is set in the dystopian semi sci-fi world of 2027 and is a prologue to the first game, where breakthroughs in mechanical technologies are becoming more widespread throughout the game's world (China's stuff is still cheap-crap ). You are an ex-SWAT commander turned security specialist hired for one of the game's biggest corporations, Sarif Industries. The game's story is spread throughout a mere couple of days (excluding your 6 months of recovery, oops spoiler?). The game is mainly a stealth game based on the MGS series, and to give that more punch you get more xp for stealthing around. Health is low irrelevant of chosen difficulty, with only 3-4 bullets killing you.

    The game is open-world, and you are free to explore at your own free will, doing side-missions, mucking around etc and the best thing is that there are no invisible walls. There are a great many fun stuff to do in the game, most importantly playing Basketball, though at your physical condition you throw the ball a little too fast. Apparently the civilians and police don't care if you chuck a basketball at them, though it doesn't hurt them. The visuals are given a gold-black tint and is based on the Renaissance, with people everywhere (including you) dressing up in the contemporary fashions. What's funny is that even in the future companies still get spam mail.


    I would recommend you buy this game ASAP and that (if you have a bit extra to spend) you also get 'The Missing Link' Downloadable Content, which comes into effect late in the game and adds a few more hours of great gameplay, or so I've heard.



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    I received FIFA 2008 around its release as a "present" or something, though I don't exactly remember how I had gotten it. As always, it's a soccer game complete with 2008-updated teams and a new mode known as Manager Mode or something, where you are able to control an entire team throughout many seasons.

    There isn't much to say about this game, apart from the fact that there are hundreds of different teams you are able to choose from. There are a few difficulty modes: Amateur, Semi-Pro, Professional, World Class and Legendary. The higher the difficulty, the faster-paced the opposing AI tries to score against you, and the more accurate they are at kicking the ball. The controls in the game are easy to understand and master, though actual ball techniques require some practice to master and use efficiently.

    FIFA 2008 does not have any trophies to earn, which heavily effects the replayability value of the game. This game is currently in stores for around $5 (or maybe even free wherever you are), though it really isn't that interesting to consider keeping in your collection, unless you are a hardcore FIFA fan like me



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    I received FIFA 2010: World Cup at its release as a gift for doing stuff, though I don't remember what exactly. FIFA 10 WC is based on the World Cup which was held in South Africa, with teams updated to that time. Gone is the manager mode which was in FIFA since its 2008 edition (for now), which is replaced by a World Cup mode, where you lead a team of your choice out of hundreds to possibly become the winner of the World Cup.

    The audience and opposing AI have been improved exponentially, with the audience blowing on vuvuzellas during the late stages of the world cup (in the event you reach that far). The difficulties in the game are the same: Amateur, Semi-Pro, Professional, World Class and Legendary, and there seems to be a more noticeable difference between the difficulties. There are a variety of new ball tricks and techniques to master, and after scoring a goal you can even choose a specific celebration using a few button presses, which range from retying some guys shoelace to dancing on the field and doing flips.

    All of the trophies for FIFA 2010: World Cup are no longer attainable as the servers are shut down, though there is still a lot of replayability in the game without its online portion. This game is good to buy and is my favourite FIFA game to date, and is cheap to buy in shops (or E-Bay).



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    22nd of February, 2013 - 5:00pm AEST


    First Trophy Earned: Old School Gamer

    This trophy was the first trophy I earned in Deus Ex: Human Revolution as well as the first trophy I earned on my account. You only have one chance to earn this trophy, which is in the first controllable area in the game which you can never revisit again after you leave the room. To earn this trophy, you have to press on the five usable objects in the room. For the usable computer, you have to read all the E-mails. This was an easy and fun trophy to collect, heightened by Megan's continual pleas to go with her. It also provides a bit of back-story about the game.


    Last Trophy Earned: Doctorate

    This trophy was the last trophy I earned in Deus Ex: Human Revolution and was the trophy which had me worried all throughout my 2nd playthrough, as it is very easy to miss out on. There are 29 unique e-books spread throughout the game which each give you a Scholar [200xp] bonus, which amasses to a total of 5800xp (which is a lot). There were a few areas in the game where (If I hadn't double-checked) I would have missed out on some e-books.




    First Trophy Earned: First Treasure


    Last Trophy Earned: Charted! - Crushing







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    So you can basically only play on weekends? That blows. Anyway, good luck with your CL


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    Being able to only play on the weekends or holidays must suck.

    Anyways, good luck with your CL looking good so far. If you need any help just ask me I can provide you with banners if you'd like to get you started.



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    So you'll be getting the Deus Ex platinum trophy soon. Nice one to start off with.

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    best of luck with the CL.

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    Cool to see you made a checklist. 30 accounts! Can't wait to see your updates and have fun with!


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    Added a small link for easy access to get back to the top of the Checklist.


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    Not bad, good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Encorporeus View Post
    Added a small link for easy access to get back to the top of the Checklist.
    It doesn't work that well. It opens up a whole new page which isn't really what you want.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Outstandind View Post
    It doesn't work that well. It opens up a whole new page which isn't really what you want.
    Thanks for the heads-up, I removed it for the time being until I figure out how to make the link go to the top of the page without actually making the Internet direct it to a new page.


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    So you've had 30 different accounts... I guess the immediate questions are why and how on earth?

    Also, did you happen to get any plats yet or truly just starting out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Outstandind View Post
    So you've had 30 different accounts... I guess the immediate questions are why and how on earth?

    Also, did you happen to get any plats yet or truly just starting out?
    Never really liked the names. I only ever got one (Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3), which fueled me to go for them.


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    Looks like you need to start earning trophies and work on making it more dynamic, give it more of a feeling that it's yours opposed to just text for the most part. Aside from that it's a good start. Keep it up and keep on updating it!



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    Major Update - Included banners for some titles + fixed up potential errors.

    Also I expect to Deus Ex: Human Revolution by tomorrow!


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    Good start to your epic flight of trophies CL,

    like the recent update amigo!

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    Little summary for day two of my checklist:

    Throughout the day I spent the majority of my lounging time working on Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and Deus Ex: Human Revolution. In MW2 I worked on the Special Ops playing Solo and got a few missions completed (and trophies to go with it) and also spent about 10 minutes quickly doing random trophies (kill x enemies while downed in Spec Ops, kill x enemies in a row dual-wielding, kill 5 enemies using a completely different weapon for each).

    As for the other parts of the day, I spent a few hours on Deus Ex going through the story and collecting E-Books (which are required for one of my last trophies - Doctorate). The last 15 mins I spent on Deus Ex for today (which ended about 10 minutes before the time of this post) I spent a bit of time going to the weapons dealer where I spent 250 of my over 25000 credits buying the last upgrade for my tranquilizer rifle. I also injected a dying man with too much morphine making him die immediately, which was required for a trophy.

    Tomorrow I'm going to finish off Deus Ex: Human Revolution and get my . I'll probably then take a break and continue trophy-collecting next week.


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    Good luck with your CL!

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    nice start on your cl
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    Added Goals and going to add onto my "Shout Out" later. Also changed the music a bit.


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