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This gamer has completed what some of us have only dreamed of - a Platinum trophy in every single Soulsborne game in order to show off to their work colleagues. Unfortunately, they discovered that no one cared.
That's gutting and I am so sorry, Reddit user ArmySash. I'd argue that your first mistake was doing this to impress your colleagues because you should have done it for yourself, but I'm not one to rub salt in the wound. The Soulsborne games in question - namely Dark Souls, Dark Souls 2, Dark Souls 3, Demon's Souls for PS5, Bloodborne and Sekiro: Shadow Die Twice - offer gamers the most gruelling challenges in their gameplay.
Timing and skill is everything as well as an awareness of attack patterns and signals from the enemies. If you're not paying attention, even a lowly Huntsman could end that good thing you've got going. And, on the other side of the coin, these games have gorgeous environment and character designs, creating a dismal world that players hold in a special place in their hearts.
We've a penchant for FromSoftware's catalogue of games that make you want to tear your hair out, throw your house keys into a large body of water and start a new life in the desert. Check out our ranking of the games based on how much we wanted to cry during our playthroughs.
ArmySash uploaded a photo of their astonishing achievement to Reddit, proving that they've got a Platinum trophy in all of these games. It took them weeks and weeks as they were playing whenever they had a chance to return to the games, which is even more impressive given that it's important to tune into Soulsborne games for success. Though the announcement might have gotten a muted reception at the office, gamers from all over have come to congratulate and share their war stories.
"I both fear and respect you. Congratulations, you sir are a bonafide badass," said cjl_LoreKeeper. "This guy deserves a girlfriend," added IStoleYourToast1000, to which the original poster replied: "my wife wouldn't approve that."
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