This Week in Trophies 10-11-2015 – 10-17-2015

After not really being sure if I would find much time to game this week, it turned out that I had a little more time then I expected, due to some things that were just out of my control, and I ended up having a decent week. With an ending total of 39 trophies for the week, here’s what I was able to get.

Fallout 3 – 30%

I ended my first full playthrough of Fallout 3 this week with the death of my character that I spent the past couple of months playing. Although I didn’t mind that my character died in the end, I just thought that after a game like that the ending was a little underwhelming. I was just expecting a little more and was a little disappointed by the lack of a satisfying ending. While I’ll be putting this game back on the shelf for a little while, that doesn’t mean that I’m done with it. I can definitely see myself going back to play again at a later date.

Frozen Free Fall: Snowball Fight – 47%

I ended up spending way too much time on this game this week, but once I beat that one level that I was stuck on the levels just seemed to progress naturally. It’s not like I mind because I got a decent amount of trophies out of the game this week and I enjoy the Bejeweled type vibe the game as a whole has. I am once again stuck on a level, damn you level 85, but I’ll continue to play when I don’t have a lot of time to game and just want to play something quick.

Chariot – 11%

This game was pretty much unexpected this week since I really had no intention of playing it any time soon. With a delay of sorts in my schedule, I was stuck staring at my PS3 and this game just happened to be at the top of my game folder so I said what the hell and decided to start it. I was pleasantly surprised that I actually liked this game, a lot. I’ve already spent a bunch of time playing and expect to spend a bunch more playing. I’m really enjoying the Spelunky type feel to the game along with the small story that goes with it.

Broken Age – 65%

I spent one of my days off playing this game this week and was able to pick up a hell of a lot of trophies. I progressed through the story, completing act 2 and am currently working on finishing up the game. I did not see that twist in the story coming and am really impressed with the story as a whole. There are twists and turns everywhere and I’m eager to see how it ends.

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That’s it for this week. After thinking I would barely get a couple of trophies, I ended up getting 39. Not bad as it brings me closer to my year end goal of 6,000. Now for the upcoming week, I plan on replacing Fallout 3 as my Sunday game with Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune so that I can power through the rest of my Hard playthrough before starting my Crushing playthrough. I kind of put that game to the side in the past couple of weeks, but I’m really eager to finish it up and put it on the shelf for good. I also plan on finishing up Tales from the Borderlands this week with the release of Episode 5 on Tuesday. I’m super eager to see how this ends and am really looking forward to getting my platinum for the game as well. Other than that I’ll probably play a little bit of Chariot here and there as well as finish up Broken Age. If I can, I plan to start a new game this week. I’m probably going to start Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture since I picked it up this week while it was on sale. I’ll let you know how everything went next week.

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