Guide By: blazenarutoshippuden
You really don't need a collectible guide to find all the Gorgon Eyes and Phoenix Feathers since they're literally out in the open like every other normal chest in the game. However, a fellow member of our community, OstKakan, has taken the time and effort to compose a great Gorgon Eyes and Phoenix Feather Text Guide. With that being said, you should be aware of the 4 missable trophies within the game. These missable trophies can cause you to complete a 2nd playthrough as a speed-run. Below are the missable trophies in the order they will appear in the game:
Please refer to the trophy guide section for more information. Other than that, the game is very short and will only take you an average of 6-8 hours to complete the game for the first time since the game is very straightforward. At the near end of the game though, take note, that when you're finally reunited with your daughter, Calliope, don't push her away from you for 1 minute. This is one of the missable trophies, Old Softie, and missing this one will require you to playthrough the entire game all over again, since it's the near end of the game. Last of all, you should save your game at the final and last save point before continuing up the stairs to face the final boss of the game. The Reason is, you'll want to watch the movie 'Atlas and Persephone' three times, which is the cut-scene of Persephone transforming into an armor suited for a goddess, and then flies away towards a tower along with Kratos. Watch this scene three times, either by simply dying to reload your last checkpoint, or you can go to the Treasures & In-Game Movies and simply skip all the movies until you have unlocked the Cool Story Bro trophy. Once you completed the game on Spartan mode you'll unlock the Getting Your Money's Worth trophy.
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|Above and Beyond|
|Collect all of the trophies||(30)|
You are the "Ghost of Sparta."
|Upgrade any weapon|
Please see You Complete Me for more information.
|Defend the Shores of Attica|
This is a story related trophy and cannot be missed. This is at the very beginning of the game on the shores. Kill all the enemies and you'll be prompted to use the wooden cannon launcher. Run over to it, and press and hold the button and pull it back with the button and then release it. You'll automatically destroy the Persian Fleet and your trophy will unlock.
|All Beam Walks Completed|
|Finish all beam walks||(11)|
This is a story related trophy and cannot be missed. This is during the first level right before you're about to enter the castle. First, you'll have to climb up the wooden tower to reach the top platform, then knockdown the wooden wall before you and continue going to the right towards the castle palace. The floors are broken and there will only be a support beam that will enable you to cross to the other side. Walk across this beam and if you slip off it, simply tap the button repeatedly until you jump back onto the beam. Once you've reached the other side of the support beam your trophy will unlock.
|Eye for an Eye|
|Collect all Gorgon Eyes||(3)|
For this trophy, you must collect 15 Gorgon Eyes to fully upgrade your health to the maximum. There are plenty of opportunities to collect these as there are more than 15 Gorgon Eyes in the game. Once you've collected the 15th Gorgon Eye, all other Gorgon Eye chests in the game will turn into red orbs chest with a mixture of blue and green orbs. A fellow member of our community, OstKakan, has taken the time and effort to compose a great Gorgon Eyes and Phoenix Feather Text Guide. If you prefer a video guide over text, then please refer to PowerPyx's video guide below for the first Gorgon Eyes and Phoenix Feathers found in the game.
|For the Birds|
|Collect all the Phoenix Feathers|
For this trophy, you must collect 15 Phoenix Feathers to fully upgrade your magic to the maximum. There are plenty of opportunities to collect these as there are more than 15 Phoenix Feathers in the game. Once you've collected the 15th Phoenix Feathers, all other Phoenix Feather chests in the game will turn into red orbs chest with a mixture of blue and green orbs. A fellow member of our community, OstKakan, has taken the time and effort to compose a great Gorgon Eyes and Phoenix Feather Text Guide. If you prefer a video guide over text, then please see the above trophy description: Eye for an Eye.
|You Complete Me|
|Completely upgrade all weapons and magic||(7)|
For this trophy, you must completely upgrade your weapons and magic. To do this, you'll need to collect enough red orbs during your playthrough. You can do this by collecting the red orbs from defeated enemies, destroying various objects, or by opening chests found throughout the game. Below are the things that you'll need to unlock and purchase:
|Hit Me Baby|
|Execute a 200-hit combo||(3)|
Please see Heavy Hitter for more information.
|Mutton for Punishment|
|Slit 50 Satyr throats||(15)|
Missable! This is one of the missable trophies in the game if you haven't been farming your 50 Satyr throat kills. For this trophy you're going to have to cut the throats of 50 Satyr enemies. This trophy is cumulative throughout all your playthroughs, but you'll want to farm your kills when you're given the chance by simply dying and restarting the checkpoint over.
|Parry 50 attacks||(6)|
You'll need the Sun Shield relic for this trophy and you must parry over 50 attacks. This trophy is cumulative throughout all your playthroughs and it can also be obtained in the Challenge of the Gods. This will most likely unlock naturally while you’re playing through the game. You can parry attacks by pressing the button right before being hit to knock an enemy backwards and leaving them vulnerable to attacks from you. To speed this trophy unlocking up you can keep parrying the attacks against opponents like the Fire Guards or Satyrs. Performing over 50 successful parries will unlock your trophy.
Thanks to BenZentar
|Piece of Cake|
|Beat the Challenge of the Gods||(15)|
The Challenge of the Gods can be unlocked by completing the game once. You must clear and complete all of Hades challenges. This might be perhaps the hardest trophy to obtain in the entire game, especially challenges 3 and 4 since those are time limited against you. If you're having a difficult time with a challenge, then please refer to the God of War: Chains of Olympus ~ Challenge of Hades Guide for more information.
|Execute a 1000-hit combo||(23)|
This trophy isn't as difficult as it may sound. There are a few different ways and methods to go about getting a 1000-hit combo. If you're playing the game for the first time, then the first opportunity to get this trophy will be on the final confrontation against the Basilisk boss fight on the bridge. First, you'll want to push the Basilisk back until he climbs onto the castle and you'll see the button being prompted to be hit. Instead, ignore pressing the button and simply keep attacking the Basilisk's right claw (switch is your left). Keep spamming the Blades of Chaos normal attacks by repeatedly pressing the button for 8 hits each time added to your hit combo meter counter. If you've upgraded your Blades of Chaos weapon to level 2 by spending 2650 red orbs for the cost, you can spam the Cyclone of Chaos attack by pressing the + buttons for 10 hits instead of 8 hits each time. Keep spamming away until you've reached a 1000-hit combo. This method will take about 5-10 minutes to execute.
Thanks to PowerPyx
Now, if you didn't do the above normal method way. Then you be glad to hear that there is an infinite magic method to get a 1000-hit combo. To do this infinite magic method, you'll first need to have completed the game once and have unlocked the "Spud of War" - the potato costume. Below is a quick reference on how to start a new game+ with an unlocked costume:
After starting your new game+ with the "Spud of War" costume. Simply make your way to the first Basilisk encounter and simply spam the Charon's Wrath magic by pressing the + buttons over and over again. Once again, ignore the prompted button and keep spamming away until you've reached a 1000-hit combo for your trophy to unlock. This method will take about 3-5 minutes to execute.
Thanks to PowerPyx
|Play the game with an unlocked costume||(6)|
Simply complete the game for the first time, then go to the main menu and select New Game. Now, select any difficulty you wish to play on, except for a difficultly that you never completed or played before such as God Mode (very hard,) and once you've selected your desired difficulty. You'll then be asked to select an unlocked costume. Choose any costume that you've unlocked and start playing the game. You don't have to play through the entire game again for your trophy will unlock just after a few seconds of playing with the new costume on Kratos. Below is the complete listing of costumes and their unlocking requirements:
|It's Over Already?|
|Beat the game|
Simply complete the game once on any difficulty.
|Getting Your Money's Worth|
|Beat the game (Hard Mode)||(6)|
Simply complete the game on Spartan Mode difficulty. Below are some basic God of War series tips and tricks.
Getting Your Money's Worth General Tips:
|Fare Thee Well|
|Kill Charon, the Ferryman||(1)|
This is a story related trophy and cannot be missed. Charon is a boss fight and is the Ferryman of Underworld. Charon is fought twice throughout the game. You'll obtain this trophy on the second encounter and not the first encounter. Below are the phases of how to defeat him:
Boss Fight - Charon's attacks:
|Cause the Basilisk to retreat|
This is a story related trophy and cannot be missed. The Basilisk is a lizard-like monster that is fought many times during the battle of Attica. During the first encounter with the Basilisk, simply attack it with your Blades of Chaos and continue to evade his attacks. Once his health is low enough engage in the mini game by pressing the button and complete the sequences that appears on screen. Then grab the beam object right next to it and swing it at the Basilisk for your trophy to unlock.
|Dead Beat Dad|
|Push away Calliope|
This is a story related trophy and cannot be missed. This is at the near end of the game where Kratos finally reached his daughter, Calliope, in the Fields of Elysium. Kratos will make the decision to go after Persephone and will have no choose but to push Calliope away. Simply tap the button over and over again until Kratos pushed her away for the last and final time, thus unlocking your trophy.
This is a story related trophy and cannot be missed. This is where you first meet Persephone in the Groves of Persephone for the first time. After the cut-scene ends, Have Kratos sacrifice all his powers into the tree in front of you by standing in the center and pressing the button. Complete the mini games and after completing the last mini game, your trophy will unlock.
|Hades Needs a New Wife|
This is a story related trophy and cannot be missed. Persephone is the Queen of Underworld, who is plotting to bring the end of the world and serves as the game's final boss fight. By the time you face her, you should most likely have all your weapons and magic fully upgraded by this point in the game. Persephone is perhaps one of the most strongest female bosses ever created for a video game. This final boss fight will take part in four phases.
Boss Fight - Persephone's attacks:
|Atlas in Chains|
|Chain the Titan, Atlas||(1)|
This is a story related trophy and cannot be missed. This is after you completed the 1st phase of the final boss fight against Persephone. She'll try to deceive you and will call upon the Titan, Atlas, to attack and kill you. Follow and complete the sequences that appears on screen until you've chained the Titan to the world. Once you cleared the mini game, your trophy will unlock.
|Back at Ya!|
|Finish parry puzzle|
This is a story related trophy and cannot be missed. Once you grabbed and acquired the Helios Reflect. The Guardian Statues will immediately come to life and will, one at a time, begin to start shooting fireballs at you. Reflect their fireball attack back at them by pressing the button at the right moment to destroy the Guardian Statue that fired it at you. Repeat this until you destroyed all three Guardian Statues this way for your trophy to unlock.
|Acquire the Triton Lance|
|Push flaming cart to the top||(1)|
This is a story related trophy and cannot be missed. This is where you encounter Morpheus's fogs for the second time. The first thing you want to do is kill the Medusa and seal the gate door shut so no more Medusa spawns. Now, go and kill the four Archers near the fog. Once you killed all the enemies, grab the fire torch that is being held by a statue soldier. Take the torch towards the haystack cart and light the cart on fire by pressing the button when prompted to. Now, simply push the flaming cart through Morpheus's fog and kill the enemies here so they won't interrupt you from pushing the flaming cart through the fog. Once you reached the top of the fog, your trophy will unlock.
|Find ballista secret||(11)|
Thanks to PowerPyx
|Two Girls One Spartan|
|Entertain the Persian harem||(9)|
Missable! This is one of the missable trophies in the game, but thankfully it's during the first level of the game. After defeating the Persian King and killing the enemies that spawn after he's dead the two doors will open on both your left and your right. Enter into the right chamber to find two lovely naked Persian women who are both waiting to be entertained by Kratos. Walk up to the women and press the button to start the mini game and successfully complete the corresponding buttons that follow. Once you successfully completed the mini game, you'll unlock the trophy.
Thanks to BenZentar
|Kill the Basilisk|
This is a story related trophy and cannot be missed. The Basilisk is a lizard-like monster that is fought many times during the battle of Attica. The final confrontation against the Basilisk will be on the bridge. This fight takes part in 3 phases.
Boss Fight - Basilisk's attacks:
|Persian History X|
|Kill the Persian King||(2)|
This is a story related trophy and cannot be missed. The Persian King is a boss fight and he's the leader of the Persian army against the city of Attica. This fight takes part in 2 phases.
Boss Fight - Persian King's attacks:
|Break the Chains of Tartarus|
|Move the Titan, Hyperion||(3)|
This is a story related trophy and cannot be missed. This is at the very end of the Tartarus level, where you'll find 2 switches that will lower the chains on the ceiling. Lowering the chains on the ceilings will enable you to climb towards the other end of the ceiling, where you'll find the 3rd switch. Flipping the 3rd switch will move the Titan, Hyperion, from the wall he's against. After opening the path towards a new area, you'll unlock the trophy.
|Running across the long chain|
This is a story related trophy and cannot be missed. This is right after you moved the Titan, Hyperion, and enter an area that is full of gears. Operate the gears to get across to the other side of the area and kill everything that spawns along the way. Once you reached a long chain, simply press the button to straighten the chain out across the field. Now jump onto the long chain and start running across it until your trophy unlocks.
|The Power Glove|
|Acquire Gauntlet of Zeus||(1)|
This is a story related trophy and cannot be missed. The Gauntlet of Zeus is found in the Temple of Zeus. Once you have killed all the enemies in the room, go to the spot that's shining on the ground in the center in front of the statue of Zeus. Press the button to pull down the Gauntlet of Zeus and pick it up off the ground to unlock the trophy.
|Awaken all three horses|
This is a story related trophy and cannot be missed. For this trophy, you'll have to turn on the light pillars to awaken all three horses. Once you have all the light pillars turned on and aimed towards the three horses, rotate each of the three pillars so the light hits each of the horses, then go to the shiny spot on the ground and press the button. Doing so will start a cut-scene as well as unlock your trophy.
|Break out of stone status 5 times in a row||(8)|
For this trophy, you must simply get turned into stone 5 times in a row from the Medusa's deadly gaze and then break out of the stone by pressing both the + buttons repeatedly until you broken free from the stone status. When you encounter a Medusa, simply let her shine her green ray on you to turn yourself to stone, then break free and repeat this procedure 5 times in a row until your trophy unlocks. The City of Marathon is the first time you'll encounter a Medusa, where you'll have to seal the gate door shut to stop Medusa enemies from spawning. The Ruins of Asphodel is the second time you'll encounter a Medusa after you break the wall on the left. You can even unlock this trophy from the Challenge of Hades 4 by letting the Medusa stone statues turn you into stone and break out. You'll have enough time to do this five time in a row (Thanks goes to barakmh1). You can also earn this trophy from the Challenge of Hades 5 as long as you don't get shattered and killed in the process.
|Don't push away Calliope for one minute||(9)|
Highly Missable! This is one of the missable trophies in the game. The worst thing about this trophy is it requires another complete playthrough if you overwrite your save files. This is near the end of the game where Kratos finally reached his daughter, Calliope, in the Fields of Elysium. Kratos will make the decision to go after Persephone and will have no choose but to push Calliope away. Instead of pushing away Calliope, do nothing for an entire minute and simply wait. Once a full minute has passed, your trophy will unlock.
|Cool Story Bro.|
|Watch the movie 'Atlas and Persephone' three times||(10)|
This is a somewhat misleading, but this is the cut-scene that happens right before the final boss fight against Persephone. She'll transform into an armor suited for a goddess and will fly away towards a tower and Kratos will lash onto her. Once the cut-scene ends simply let Persephone kill you. Upon dying you'll restart at the checkpoint before the cut-scene happens. Rinse and repeat this procedure two more times until your trophy unlocks.
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