cartoonghost93 has won 1,159 Trophies in 38 games
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You got this bro
In good stead to be first on TT for this. Going for it?
It seems like ive already played 1000's of matches, it all depends if i can be bothered to play 100's more to grind out the last few trophies
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because most people would tell you it isnt a good idea. everytime someone says their account “was hacked” its because they gave out their personal information
not only that, but you would be breaking sonys terms of service. not that they care since alot of people do it but considering the risks, i wouldnt do it
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If what you are referring to is what Ulven says then yeah you can usually get games on any platform that way but as Ulven says I wouldn't give out my information with so
much to potentially lose. I read it differently to Ulven though and think you may be talking about the "Share Play" feature? Never used Share Play myself but it seems
a decent tool to try out games someone else is playing. I think you are essentially remote connecting and playing on their account though, so I wouldn't let someone
Share Play a game on my account as I like all progress to be me playing. I also wouldn't wanna play on theirs because I wouldn't keep my progress, trophies, saves etc.
There is also the family sharing feature, which is pretty good if you have multiple PS4's in the house or w/e. You can activate the one in the living room as your primary
PS4, then anyone can play your games in the living room, but if you had a PS4 in your bedroom then you could play any games that way. Also means you can play
the game co-op with someone if two PS4's were set up. Couples often do that if they play games together each with their own TV or family members etc. Also used for folk
who go to Uni or work away from home and people who are big into boosting can self boost with 2 consoles set up.
Yea, thats what ive sort of done is the family sharing feature but not in the same house. My account has been on my step-dads ps4 for years.
I just didnt know that he could dl the games i own and play them on his account by doing this.
Im assuming we only have to buy 1 copy of a coop game on download now instead of two or would that not work playing together over psn?
its a very grey area tbh. you could download games from the same account to another one of your ps4s in the same household and sony would be none the wiser
do it overseas and your ip would be different but then again, sony wouldnt know if youre traveling or not
some random guy could potentionally save thousands of money by having someone gameshare with him. how this is even a thing i dont understand
@liquid, nah it would work. you could buy 10 triple a games and download them on your stepdads ps4 saving ALOT of money
not that im condoning it though
People having access to your games on your primary PS4 isn't a grey area, as this is actually how the feature was intended. Same goes for that all accounts get PS Plus
benefits on your primary PS4. Therefore if you wanted to play a game with someone and you had 2 PS4's, Your Co-op artner would play on the primary console and you could
play on the other one. Then if you are away from home you take the 2nd PS4 with you and you can play nay of your games on it, but your activated system at home can still
be used by the household to play whatever. Sony confirmed that is actually the feature as intended and why they designed it that way. It used to be handy for me as I
traveled a lot and would take a PS4 with me, but people at home could still play PS4 if they wanted on my primary console.
What you are speaking of with your step-dads wouldn't work though as your account being on his PS4 just means you can play your games on his PS4. He wouldn't be able to
access them from his account because it isn't your 'primary' PS4, but anyone can play your games on your PS4 on their own accounts
im talking about gamesharing with a complete stranger is. you can give him your personal info, let him download all the games you purchased and then log back out
he would still be able to play them. it is a grey area because whatever sonys intentions were can easily be exploited but you can just say that its a “family member”
overseas and sony wouldnt know the difference.
so giving out your personal info is breaching the tos, but giving it to your family members isnt? thats very much a grey area.
Yeah that example is flat out a breach of TOS, you can't give your info out, nor should you given that your account could be stolen. Just when you said Sony would be none
the wiser about doing it with your own 2 PS4's I thought you meant that was a grey area. Also, even giving your details to a family member is a Breach of TOS.
yes but most family members wouldnt give it a 2nd thought and just say what their account and password is
Im getting a little lost here. What i did basically is i put my step-dads ps4 as my primary so he can log into my account, dl all the games then play them on his account.
I know it works because he has logged out of my account and is playing the games now on his account and getting trophies too.
Gamesharing in the way I know it has been against PSN ToS since like forever.
The combat is good, but there is a lot of waffle and the most amount of loading screens ive seen in any game... ever (every couple of sentences in some cases)
Oh and you cant skip cut-scenes and have to re-watch them if you die.
Luckily for you, reviews are not an indication of how good or bad a game is! . Hope you enjoy it. I am not a fan of Shonen Jump, so no interest personally
Yeah, seriously, if it's a big release like CoD or something, it's almost a certainty it'll get great scores, whereas little games will get like 60-70 on Metacritic at...
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best most of the time. Some anomalies exist ofc, such as Celeste but by and large, I don't think they're worth basing your purchases on usually. I've also heard that...
they get paid by the publishers to give better scores, so that obviously brings down their credibility if true. Finally, they nearly NEVER give an RPG very good scores so
that automatically makes them worthless to me. If you're pretty much discriminating against a genre before you start, that's not impartial.
Likewise, if you're biased towards them before you start.
Although don't get me wrong, if you base your purchases solely on reviews, you will *usually* at least enjoy the games you get, you miss out on a lot as well.
*at least somewhat enjoy
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thats how i felt when ME andromeda bombed
also the reason i stopped buying ea games
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