Last week I did go on a paradox-ending spree with Final Fantasy XIII-2 during my lunch breaks, and I have gotten all of them except for the secret ending after the final boss. To get that, you need all 160 fragments first, and even though I only have 20 to go, I just don’t see that happening. I could see myself getting 159 of the fragments, but I’m fairly certain I will never get the fragment for adding every possibly monster into my datalog. As I’ve said before, it’s because I don’t really have that time to do so and because I don’t care. It’s mostly because I don’t care. There are a couple of other gold trophies I’d like to try to get, but if they don’t happen, they don’t. I shall survive.
So once I was done with that (last Tuesday), I started to use LEGO Harry Potter during lunch breaks. It’s really the best game for lunch, as each little sequence takes me about 30 minutes or less, depending on how many collectibles I’m able to get with just the story abilities. For the first time, I believe a platinum trophy is within my grasp. Okay, that’s not true. I could get a platinum in inFamous 2 or Uncharted 3 if I really wanted to, but eh, I’ve spent so much time with those games, I don’t want to spend any more just to try to get so many kills with this weapon or that. But with LEGO games, I usually 100% them anyway, so I should be able to do so for LEGO Harry Potter 1-4 and LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean. Then I can consider getting the next LEGO Harry Potter game to fill in the next round of lunches.
Sadly, this past week kept me so busy at night that I was not able to work on any games I’m working on for guide reviews. Unacceptable, I quite agree. And I do need to get a move on, as The Witcher 2 releases for Xbox 360 in a couple of weeks. I will finish that game before Ross finishes his PC version; that’s a sports promise.