I don't really know to be honest because I didn't think it was that hard. There are some parts of the game that are pretty hard and you will have multiple attempts at trying to pass it but its worth it for the easy platinum. I believe it only took me a week to get the platinum.
Rayman was pretty cool to play, there were some hard parts but the platinum was pretty easy overall. I would definitely recommend it. Sorry I didn't reply to this earlier, I haven't been on this site for quite some time.
Last Rebellion... What to say about Last Rebellion. It's basically a mediocre PS2 RPG lol, and mediocre is putting it lightly. The story is pretty awful, combat is meh, and the graphics are really meh. Really not a lot to say honestly it's a pretty rough game, would you pay the full price for it? Hell No! I bought it used for 10 bucks which honestly is good, and if you want a VERY easy Platinum than Gamefly it(You get trophies for killing the bosses through story mode 9 Golds, 7 Silver, 2 Bronze), it's worth a rental honestly which you can beat it probably in a day, think it took me like 10 hours. Only play it if you wan't to boost your trophy level other than don't bother.
I don't base any judgement on reviews ever, only because 90% of the time they give good reviews on shitty games (Call of Duty same shit every year) and bad reviews on good games (This case Tales), I would judge for yourself honestly and from a fellow JRPG/RPG lover I would HIGHLY recommend it anyway.
Besides Ni No Kuni Tales of Graces f is probably the best jrpg this generation I think. Even after the Platinum I've played 3 times and all those times I've still enjoyed it, highly recommend it If you or your friends like RPGs/JRPGs or the Tales series in general.
I'm not really sure to be honest. I played the whole thing on my own. It could be fun with a couple friends, as long as you are all equally good at it. Pretty sure that if one of you lags behind it slows you all down, and there are a lot of places that require very fast reactions, especially the stages for collecting teeth.
It sometimes refused to turn on and had a flashing red light before turning itself off again. This was the early symptoms of YLOD, so I decided to let it rest and get a 500GB and keep the 40GB as a spare. It had a good run of over 4 years though.
Yeh, 40GB's can get YLOD. My mate's got it after 4 years and mine was on the way to getting it after the same amount of time. If yours if making loud noises, I'd highly recommend you take it apart and clean out the insides. I did that and it ran a LOT quieter afterwards. It probably extended it's life by another year as well.