I Never Finished…Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch…Because

Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch

As I said last week, this was my very first JRPG game. Before this game, I had never played one. Not because of lack of interest, just because I couldn’t find one that I liked. This game was recommended to me by my buddy @klorg who I had seen playing for hours upon hours and thought that this would be a good fit since it was still an RPG games and you know how much I love those. Anyway, this game went unfinished and I’m going to tell you why.

In Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch, you play as Oliver. Oliver is set out to save his mother who has died from some heart problem after saving him. His tears for her bring a doll that she gave him to life, Drippy, and will introduce Oliver to a whole new world and a way to save his mother. In this new world, Oliver meets Allie who is his mother’s soulmate. Allie needs some rescuing and Oliver figures that if he can rescue her then he can save his mother. That was about as far in this game that I got so I have no idea what happens after that.

I tried a bunch of times to get into this game, but it was just boring as hell for me. The cut scenes were extremely long, the battles were boring, and the main story line and side quests weren’t enough to keep me interested. I thought that it was sweet that Oliver was trying to save his mom and had this child like mentality about it because he was a child, but the heart warming story just couldn’t hold my interest as I tried to find other things to do between the cut scenes. Cut scenes that are overly long and really don’t require player interaction is just a no-no for me and is one of the reasons why I gave up on this game. Also I found it boring and I just couldn’t see sinking hundreds of hours into this game, so now it resides here on this lovely little list of games that I never finished.

There are a total of 34 trophies for this game and I was able to get a sad 9 trophies. I got them for playing parts of the story along with some random trophies along the way. The other trophies are really easy to get and just require you to play the game and do every single thing this game has to offer. It’s not that hard really if you’re enjoying the game. If you aren’t enjoying the game, but still want the platinum, it’s just pure horror.

Probability of this game getting played again…0 out of 5.

Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch

I really didn’t like this game at all and I see no reason to torture myself by playing to try and get more trophies or even get the platinum for this game because I just wouldn’t like it. I put about 20 hours into this game and I feel like that was enough to properly judge whether or not this was going to be a game that I enjoyed. Clearly it wasn’t so I’m just going to move on from it and keep it as a reminder that I’m not that into JRPG games.

Now it’s your turn. Love this game? Hate it? Let me know down in the comments section. Now for next week, a game that I really did like and tried to play a bunch of times, but unfortunately it suffers from some game breaking bugs and glitches. I’ll let you know why I never finished Zombie Tycoon 2: Brainhov’s Revenge next week.


I Never Finished…Hot Shots Golf: World Invitational…Because

Hot Shots Golf: World Invitational

Hot Shots Golf was probably one of my most played games on the PS2 and when I seen this game available for the PS Vita, I knew I had to get it. Mostly for nostalgia reasons and those seem to get me in the most trouble. Anyway you know the deal, if it’s on this list, it means I never finished it so let me tell you why.

Hot Shots Golf: World Invitational is your typical Anime style “Hot Shots” type game. Choose your character and play golf. It’s as simple as that in this over the top style golf game. There are a bunch of different challenges, courses, and things to do that you think this game would never become boring.

Guess who got bored with this game? Me. Yes there are a bunch of things to do and this game fully utilizes the PS Vita by using the touch screen and all that good stuff, but you can only play so many times and lose before you get bored. While I did have the thought of getting trophies in the back of my mind, it didn’t stop me from putting this game down and never finishing it.

Out of the 37 trophies for this game, I was only able to get 6. This is painful because it make it look like I didn’t even try. I swear I did though because I even made it to the Bronze rank and just couldn’t beat it. Also, the trophies for this game are hard and a lot of them are ultra-rare.

Probability of this game getting played again…2 out of 5.

This isn’t my first choice when it come to the PS Vita games, but it is still installed on my PS Vita and with the Vita looking like it might be going away soon, I may have no other option if I for some reason happen to finish all the other PS Vita games that I have and need something to play on my PS Vita. That being said, I still have a bunch of PS Vita games so it’s gong to take a good long while before I will actually be able to get to this time

Now it’s your turn. Love this game? Hate this game? Buy it for nostalgic reasons like me? Let me know down in the comments section and for next week my first ever JRPG game. As you know, I’m a huge fan of RPG games, but I never played a JRPG which is why I decided to give Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch a chance. Come back next week to see why I never finished this one.


I Never Finished…Call of Duty: Black Ops II…Because

Call of Duty: Black Ops II

As I said last week, I was still on this Call of Duty high after playing Ghosts, which you can read about why I never finished that game here, so I went out and bought this game. To be honest with you, when I bought this game I didn’t think I would ever finish it anyway so the fact that it’s on this list really doesn’t surprise me. But let’s get into the reason why I never finished it.

Taking place in two different time periods, in Black Ops II, you’ll play as Alex Mason, main character from the original Black ops, during the Cold War and then Alex’s son, David, during the future segments of the Second Cold War. Confused? I was. Anyway, a lot of things can happen during this game and they depend on whether or not you complete the strike missions that are available throughout the course of the game. There is also the multiplayer for this game, with the most popular being the zombies mode.

So why did I not finish this game. So many reasons. While I finished the main campaign of the game, I really didn’t understand it that well. I didn’t understand the significance of it, or why what was going on was going on. Probably because I didn’t play the original Black Ops. This was one of those games where I didn’t think I had to play the original and thought it would just stand on it’s own. I also really didn’t get the strike missions and had no idea what I was supposed to be doing. And then the multiplayer. I didn’t even touch the multiplayer for this game because of the experience I had in Ghosts. So, there you have it. That’s why I never finished this game.

As you can see from the trophy picture all the way at the top of the screen, I was able to get 20 out of the base 51 trophies. Not bad if you don’t count the DLC. If you count the DLC I was only able to get 20 out of a possible 91 trophies. That makes me sound like a huge failure then. Anyway, I got the most basic of trophies and that was about it. I did get a few random trophies and I’m missing all of the multiplayer trophies as well as some other random trophies throughout the rest of the game.

Probability of this game getting played again…0 out of 5.

Call of Duty: Black Ops II

I still have this game, I like to keep all the game that I don’t finish as a just in case, but I really can’t see myself playing this game. I also heard that the multiplayer can be hacked and make all of your trophies pop. That would ruin my score on PSNProfiles.com and it would mean that I would have to hide this game from my list and I don’t feel like doing that. So this is just one of those games that I will not be going back to any time soon or at all.

Now it’s your turn. Did you love this game? You loved this game, didn’t you? Did you hate it? Let me know down in the comments section and for next week, I actually went through a few weeks of finishing games so it was a while before my next game that I didn’t finish as I went on a PS Vita / PS4 kick. Anyway, my next game that I never finished was for the PS Vita and it’s Hot Shots Golf: World Invitational. I’m not sure why I never finished it so I’ll have to think about that one.


I Never Finished…Pinball Arcade…Because

Pinball Arcade

It was pretty damn clear that I was never going to become the rock goddess that I always thought I would be and playing Rock Smith 2014 proved that, you can read why I never finished that game here, so it was onto the next game. The next game just happened to be a free pinball game that I got thanks to PS+. There were just a few tables to play at first and then the dreaded DLC came along. Keep reading to see why I never finished Pinball Arcade.

Pinball Arcade is just that. It’s a pinball arcade filled with old pinball machines recreated and put on the PS3 for you to enjoy for the life of the PS3. One of the great things this game does is take really old, really popular, and sometimes really obsolete pinball machines and digitalizes them so that you can enjoy them once more without having to go and look for them at some random place that still has pinball machines.

I really did enjoy this game and the 4 original pinball machines that came with this game. They were new to me since I had never played them before and I thought it was a cool game because it actually felt like I was playing pinball. I remember being able to go to a local arcade and play actual pinball machines so this was just great for me. What stopped me from playing though was the tremendous amount of costly DLC that released new pinball machines. I could have finished the main set of games and be done since I had come so far, but I just gave up after a while as some objectives became frustrating and it made the game not fun to play anymore.

As you can see from the picture above, I was able to get a total of 6 of the 12 base trophies, 96 trophies all together if you count the many seasons of DLC that came out. I’m happy with the trophies that I got. I pretty much did the standard tour of trophies and am just missing some goal orientated trophies that are ranked very rare to ultra rare.

Probability of this game getting played again…3 out of 5.

While I’m happy with my B ranking in this game, that doesn’t mean that I don’t go back from time to time just to play this game for fun. If during that time I get some trophies, then I get some trophies. If not, then I just play for fun. The one thing I do refuse to do with this game though is buy all the DLC that is associated with it as I feel that it’s priced way to high even if some of the pinball machines that they have are some of my all time favorite.

Now it’s your turn. Did you love this game? Hate it? Feel like you were trapped by PS+ since you were only able to get the first 4 tables and nothing more? Let me know down in the comments section below and for next week, sadly anther Call of Duty game that I never finished. Still on my Call of Duty high from playing Ghosts, I decided to go and buy Black Ops 2. As you probably already guessed, I never finished this game so I’ll let you know why next week.


I Never Finished…Rocksmith 2014…Because

Rocksmith 2014

At this point I was tired of playing with plastic guitars and dreaming of playing my favorite songs on a real guitar so I decided to run out and buy this game when it was on sale. I had an electric guitar that was bought for me as a present when I was a teenager just sitting and collecting dust so I figured it was time to wipe off all that dust and put it to good use. This game promised to teach you how to play guitar in 90 days, but if it’s on this list that means that I never finished it. The real question is, even though I didn’t finish it did I learn to play guitar?

This game is basically a more real version of Guitar Hero and Rock Band. You have to us an actual guitar that plugs into your PS3 and from there you’ll be given instructions on how to tune your guitar before going in and starting. You’ll learn to play the guitar by playing the chosen songs that are given to you, or you could buy songs to learn to play, and each time your skill increases, so does the difficulty of the song. There are also mini games that prove as exercises in order to teach you how to play the guitar better.

I really put a lot of time and effort into this game. So much that my electric guitar string popped and I had to switch to using my acoustic guitar. Just a tip to anyone who plays this game, this game was not meant to be played using an acoustic guitar. It doesn’t pick up the notes that are played right and it just turns into a big mess. So basically there you have it. I could have went out and bought new strings for my electric guitar, but decided not to and was disappointed when my acoustic guitar didn’t work so I stopped playing all together. But did I learn to play guitar? I learned to play Love That’s Gone by La Sera really well until I stopped playing. If you asked me to play the song today I would just laugh. So no, I didn’t even learn to play guitar.

There are a total of 48 trophies for this game and I was able to get 3 out of those 48. This is really sad and pathetic, but I will say that the trophies are hard and even though some of them are common a lot of them are ultra-rare. This game really wants you to learn the guitar and when you do and you’re playing at a pro level you’ll get trophies. I think that if my electric guitar string didn’t pop I would have gotten some more trophies for this game, but that’s just the way things are.

Rocksmith 2014

Probability of this game getting played again…3 out of 5.

Since way back in 2013, I’ve been saying that I’m going to buy new strings for my guitar, but that hasn’t happened since. Because the year is still new I’m going to say that I’m going to go out and buy those strings this year, re-string my guitar, and finally learn to play. Why not? I still would really love to play the guitar especially since I was classically trained to play the piano. A fun little fact about me.

Now it’s your turn. Did you love this game? Hate it? Miss Rock Band or Guitar Hero? Actually learn to play the guitar because of this game? Let me know down below in the comments section. As for next week, another free PS+ game. This one was doomed for hitting this list from the moment I played it because I wasn’t going to buy all of the DLC that came with it and even if I did I was never going to finish it for some other reasons. Next week I’ll let you know why I never finished Pinball Arcade.


I Never Finished…NHL 14…Because

NHL 14

In my quest for finding a game smaller and less aggravating than Choplifter HD, which you can read about why I didn’t finish that game here, I found this on sale in the PSN store and picked it up. I hadn’t played an actual sports game since my PS2, so you have to know that this game was extremely cheap for me to actually buy it. Plus there was my love of all things hockey, so I picked this one up in hope that I would be able to play a few games before heading into work and then playing a little when I got home and going from there. Turns out that didn’t happen and I never finished this game, so keep reading to find out why.

NHL 14 offers a bunch of different modes, but the one that I actually played was Be a Pro. In this mode you were able to make your character, kudos to NHL 14 for letting me create a woman who played hockey with the guys, and go on your journey from the small leagues of hockey to the big leagues of hockey. I really liked the different aspects of this mode especially because they tried to make it like an RPG inside of a sports game. Unfortunately this was the only mode of the game that I played so I know nothing else about this game.

While I really liked the Be a Pro Mode, after a while it was just doing the same thing over and over again and it was the repetitive nature of this game that made me push it to the side. I had forgotten how repetitive sports games were and I later came to realize that this purchase was just a mistake. At least it wasn’t a costly one because I only payed about $5 for this game so at least I didn’t pay the full $60 which would have just pissed me off so badly. Anyway, I played this game for a few weeks before calling it quits and never looking back. Until recently. A few weeks back I went and tried to play this game again while I was downloading some video’s from my PS4 and spent about 5 minutes with this game before shutting it off. Trying to start new just didn’t work for some reason even though I deleted all of my data and the graphics were just horrible so I shut it off.

Out of the 50 trophies for this game I was able to get a sad 7 trophies for this game. They were all random trophies for the Be a Pro mode like creating a character, doing some interviews, going out on the town with a teammate, and getting into a fight. All normal hockey stuff. Anyway, there are a bunch of trophies for this game and for playing every single aspect of this game which is actually really difficult because the platinum trophy has a percentage on PSNProfiles.com of 0.28%.

Probability of this game getting played again…0 out of 5.

I know this year I’m supposed to go back and replay some older games to get my rating up on them and help with my completion rating, but this is just one of those games that I can’t do it and it’s because I did try to go back a few weeks ago and play this game. That being said, I can’t see trying to actually play this game and spend more time on it then I already have. It’ll just be one of those games that will sit there and have the D rating that it does.

Now it’s your turn. Did you love this game? Hate it? Let me know down in the comments section below. Now for next week, a game that I had been wanting to get for a while. I was tired of playing with my plastic guitar and playing Rock Band and Guitar Hero. It was time to put an actual guitar that was bought for me when I was a teenager to good use and actually learn how to use it. So I went out and bought Rocksmith 2014 which promised to teach you guitar in 90 days. If it’s on this list you know I never finished it and next week I’ll let you know why.


I Never Finished…Choplifter HD…Because

Choplifter HD

I first picked up this game way back when it was first free thanks to PS+. It was one of those games that I never got any trophies on, but after not being able to play a full game because of an increase in workload, I decided to go back to this game to play between having to work because I thought it would be fun and simple. If it ended up on this list you know that I didn’t finish it, so keep reading to find out why.

In Choplifter HD, you play as a Helicopter sent on dangerous missions throughout different scenario with different objectives each time. It’s a regular 2D platforming game where each level is different and each way you navigate through each level is also different. There’s really nothing special about this game and it kind of feels that not a lot of work went into it.

At first I enjoyed playing this game. Mainly because it still allowed me to game a little while I had more and more added to my plate at work. This was all on me because I wanted to prove myself at work and be the best web designer that I could be. Little did I know that I was working for a con artist and would soon find myself out of a job again. That’s not the point here though, the point is why didn’t I finish this game. After a few days of playing, I ended up doing the same missions over and over again. There are only so many times that you can play this platformer in one sitting without getting bored. So, it was the boredom of this game that did it for me. Each mission started to blend into one another as they became the same and I just couldn’t handle it anymore.

As you can see from the picture above, I was able to get 2 out of the 12 trophies for this game still giving me an A rating in this game. I’m kind of happy with that. I think that as a gamer I strive to get good ratings in games, but I want to make 2019 the year of fun gaming again because as I’ve said before, gaming just hasn’t been as fun anymore as I end up playing a lot of games that I don’t like either to completion or almost to completion just for ratings and other things. While I still strive for good completion ratings and everything else, I still want to have fun. Anyway, I was able to get two random trophies for this game and I’m missing a bunch of other random trophies along with trophies for finishing the whole game and getting 5 stars on each level.

Probability of this game getting played again…0 out of 5.

This is one of those games that I have no intention of ever playing again. Of course, like other games on this list it sits on my PS3 waiting to be played, but I barely even look at because to be honest it’s at the bottom of my long list of downloaded games. For me, I’ll take the A rating and run with it. If I ever feel like playing this game again, it’ll be just for fun and not for the trophies.

Now it’s your turn. Did you also get this game for free thanks to PS+? Did you love it? Hate it? Let me know down in the comments section below. Now for next week, a game that I bought because it was on sale and I wanted to replace this game because it was a sports game and I could spend a minimal amount of time on it before going to work as I still lived out some fantasy that I was going to work for this little startup company that would turn into something huge. Spoiler alert, it totally didn’t. Anyway, next week I’ll let you know why I never finished NHL 14.


I Never Finished…Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning…Because

Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning

This is one of those rare PS+ games that I actually didn’t have. Most months as of late, when PS+ games are announced it’s usually something that I don’t want or something that I already own because I buy a lot of games. This was one of those times when that didn’t happen and it was surprising. Anyway, I had wanted to play this game since I had first heard about it because if you read this blog you know how much I love RPG’s. Anyway, there was just something about this game that didn’t click and it ended up on this list. Keep reading to find out why.

When starting the game you find your chosen character trapped in a dungeon and just waking up. Turns out that was because you were dead and brought back to life during an experiment. When you died you were a “fatless one,” meaning that you didn’t have a class, Warrior, Mage, or Rogue. You’ll eventually get to pick your class, but in the meantime you’ll be hunting down the one who brought you back to life. And that was about as far as I got with this game. So I have no idea what actually happens because you know I never finished it.

Like I said this was one of those rare RPG’s that I basically started day one from when it was released for PS+, but just wasn’t able to get into it. It was just like Dragon Age: Origins, but this game just wasn’t for me. Could it have been that unlike Dragon Age: Origins I never gave it a second chance? Probably, but I thought that the story was super slow for this game and there was a bunch of other shit going on at the time too. It’s hard to play a proper RPG when you can’t devote 5 or more hours a day to it. Playing an hour a day for an RPG just doesn’t cut it. With a still newish job, I found myself gaming a lot less and working a lot more. This kind of put a damper on the game as I really had no time to play and I just eventually ended up giving up.

As you can see from the picture above, I was able to get a sad 17 out of a base 51 trophies, 62 trophies if you count the DLC. The trophies that I got were pretty random ones an I only completed one main story mission, the rest were from just wandering around and doing random things. There are still a bunch of trophies to get for this game, one including beating the game on hard. Not my best when it comes to RPG’s, but also not my worst when it comes to unfinished games.

Probability of this game getting played again…0 out of 5.

So I really have no interest in playing this game again. I know I should probably go back and give it another try just for the hell of it, but as my backlog of games grows, games like this basically get thrown away because I never find the chance to go back and play them or don’t have the time to go back and play them. Anyway, this feels like it’s going to be one of those games, which sucks because I would have really liked to give this game another chance.

Now it’s your turn, did you love this game? Hate it? Think it was one of the most underrated RPG’s? Let me know down in the comments section below. For next week, a game that was another free PS+ game. Because of my lack of time during this period of my life I was really disgusted that I didn’t have time to game so instead played small games between working. Some of them I finished and some of them I didn’t. This next game I didn’t finish and I’ll let you know why I never finished Choplifter HD next week.


I Never Finished…Call of Duty: Ghosts…Because

Call of Duty: Ghosts

Like I said last week, this is one of the three games that I picked up at launch for the PS4. I really had no intention of playing a Call of Duty game. I know a lot of you are thinking that I’ve already played a Call of Duty game for the PS Vita, but can you really count that as an actual Call of Duty game? Anyway, the pickings for the PS4 when it was first released were slim, which is why I played this game. Unfortunately, like the other Call of Duty games to come, it ended up on this list and I’m going to tell you why I never finished it.

In Call of Duty: Ghosts, you play as Logan Walker. In the near future, you’re part of an elite US Special Operations unit called Ghosts. Just like your brother and your father before you, you’ll go on special operations that only the Ghosts can complete. During this time, you’ll find out that your father’s partner was kidnapped years ago while on a secret mission and is now slowly taking down Ghost members one by one. It’ll be up to you to put a stop to him and basically save your fellow Ghost members. That being said, does anyone really care about the Call of Duty stories that are being told in the actual game or are you guys just here for the multiplayer? Let me know down in the comments section because I would genuinely like to know.

This being my first real Call of Duty experience, I have to say that I really enjoyed the story of this game. I know that’s something that’s not wildly popular to say or even talk about, but I enjoyed the campaign. I thought that a lot of effort went into the story, maybe because it was the first Call of Duty game for the PS4 and I thought it was original and it kept me entertained enough that I played the whole campaign straight through without playing anything else. I would have gladly went back and finished getting all of the trophies for the campaign and played on the harder difficulties, but then I got into the multiplayer for this game. I tried the normal multiplayer for this game, but soon realized that it just wasn’t for me because when I got into the multiplayer, after playing the main campaign, everyone was already over leveled and no one likes dying over and over again because the matchmaking is just horrible. After that I switched over to the new Extinction mode. I have to say that I really enjoyed this mode, but playing with random’s is not fun and after trying this for a few days I finally called it quits and never went back to this game.

There are a total of 51 base trophies for this game, 92 total if you want to count all of the DLC, and I was able to get a decent 26 of these trophies giving me at least a B rating in this game. Now while I was able to get most of the campaign related trophies, I’m only missing a few more of them and the remainder of the trophies are of course for playing on the hardest difficulty and the multiplayer stuff. The trophies I’m missing really aren’t that hard to get, but will require a grind, and will require people who aren’t random’s to play with.

Probability of this game getting played again…0 out of 5.

Call of Duty: Ghosts

Sorry, but I really can’t see myself playing this game again. That being said, I did have to play a little bit of this game to get you guys some actual gameplay footage and while I really did enjoy it because I did enjoy the story, I didn’t enjoy it enough to put myself through the torture of playing on Veteran difficulty or going back to the multiplayer. So while it was a nice 20 minutes of playtime, that was probably the last time that I’ll be playing this game.

Now it’s your turn. Did you love this game? Hate it? Actually play the main campaign? Enjoy the new Extinction mode? Let me know down in the comments section below. Now for next week, a jump back to my PS3 because I was still playing on both systems at this time, a highly underrated game that I got for free thanks to PlayStation plus, but at the time I was playing it I just wasn’t digging it. This was surprising to me because it was an RPG that was similar to Dragon Age: Origins so why wouldn’t I love it? I’ll let you know why I just didn’t instantly fall in love with it and why I never finished Kingdoms of Amular: Reckoning next week.


I Never Finished…Knack…Because


When the PS4 was announced, I knew I had to have it day one. I had missed out on having both the PS2 and the PS3 on day one, but this console I wanted day one. So after saving a bunch of money up thanks to a new job that didn’t pay all that well, but paid enough that I was able to save up from the time when the console was announced to when it actually launched, I was able to get this console on day one. I was also able to buy three whole games to go with it because what’s a console without games to play. The pickings were slim so I picked up all three games that were available on disc including Knack, Call of Duty: Ghosts, and Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag. One was a new IP, one was an IP that I had never played before, and one was a tired and true IP that I’ve been playing since day one. Weighing my options I decided to go with Knack. Unfortunately, it ended up on this list so that means I never finished it.

In Knack, you’ll play as well, Knack. Knack is a little creature made up of relics because in the future, all things are run by the energy given off of these relics. Depending on how many relics Knack has collected, it determines his size. Knack can be little if he has not that many relics or huge if he has an obscene amount of relics. Created by Dr. Vargas, Knack is the first living creature created from the relics. When Goblins start to attack human areas, Dr. Vargas, Ryder, an explorer, and Lucas, Dr. Varas’ assistant, try to figure out a way to stop them by using Knack. That’s where billionaire Viktor and his assistant Katrina come in. While Dr. Vargas and his team have Knack, Viktor has an army of robots. It’s easy to see that Knack has the advantage here and will go through level after level of fighting goblins and Viktor’s robots to put a stop to what looks like is going to turn out into a goblin war. There are other things brewing though and all will come to a decent conclusion as the game closes leaving the game open for a sequel that would come years later.

I have to say as this being the first game that I played on the PS4, I was seriously impressed at the time. I thought it was a neat little game that had a lot of heart to it, and I just loved playing as Knack who had advantages of being both big and small. There were also different forms that Knack could take throughout the different levels and although the whole game was very linear, it was interesting. I completed my first playthrough and played a little bit of the arena areas before eventually giving up on this game and moving onto my next PS4 game. While this wasn’t my intention going in, I wanted this to be my first PS4 platinum, but that wouldn’t come until a little later, I just couldn’t bring myself to play this game a bunch of different times and try to find a bunch of different relics in order to get all of the trophies. Figuring that at least I finished the game and seen the whole story, while doing some of the side stuff, I was pretty content with my progress so just stopped playing.

Out of the 42 trophies for this game, I was able to get a total of 21 which isn’t really that bad and I’m pretty happy with that statistic. That being said, I am missing a bunch of trophies still for some random stuff like combos, collecting the different types of Knack, playing on different levels of difficulty, and collecting everything that has to be collected in the game. This isn’t hard to do, but just really time consuming and just something that I didn’t feel like doing at the time.

Probability of this game getting played again…5 out of 5.


So here’s the thing with Knack. This game depends heavily on not only you playing, but other people on your friends list playing so that if you open a treasure chest, and it gives you something you already have you can swap it out with something that a friend has. It just so happens that a friend of mine has gotten the platinum for this game meaning that my friend basically has everything that I need in order to get the platinum for the game so all I have to do is find all of the treasure chests over and over again until I find what I need and collect everything. This shouldn’t be that hard so I might just be playing this game again pretty soon and try to get the platinum.

Now it’s your turn. Did you love this game? Did you hate it? Was it your first PS4 game? Let me know down in the comments section below and for next week, another one of my first PS4 games that also went unfinished. Here’s a few hints as to what it is. It’s a game that I never played before or had any interest in playing. It just so happened that this game was available at the time when I got the PS4. Know what it is? It’s Call of Duty: Ghosts. Of course this game went unfinished for various different reasons and I’ll tell you why next week.