A video which looks at how just two of 243 Riddler Trophies require an upgrade, ruining plans to beat the game without ever upgrading the Bat.
I don't get it... What his trying to accomplish is part of an achievement or something?
This is one of the most pointless things I've ever seen in my life.
@bloop Just like the person who beat Bloodborn without levelling up or using guns. Or many other games where similar feats are attempted. People do it for the added challenge. There is an achievement for Final Fantasy VIII - beat the game without levelling up.
@bunt: Agreed about the added challenge, but the achievement for FFVIII isn't a good example since enemies level up with you in that game. It's pretty easy to beat the game at base level because of that.
Could you not just finish the game without upgrading and then go back and do those last two Riddler trophies?
You actually can't technically "finish the game" and get the true ending without getting all of the trophies. I suppose it would depend on what you classify as beating the game though.
There's a different ending if you didnt get all of the trophies?
Finish the game to a completionist standard
I cant beat that darn 3rd Riddler race where he controls the entire track. Almost threwmy remote at my tv.
It took me a while as well. It made me smile though I cursed at the riddler the whole time. You keep losing and he's calling you stupid the whole time.
Just use the 3rd person camera and you'll do amazing
Do it in first person.
Ruined? You did the playthrough as best as you can. You did it. You succeeded! Only thing ruined here is your attitude.
Damn straight. It is these challenges why Achievements and Trophies were made. I remember creating my own challenges when I was a kid on my Nintendo and Commodore 64
Rattle and prams spring to mind actually.
Wow, you got that far? Shoot, someone give this person a plaque or something.
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