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  1. http://i.imgur.com/3DJ2Qz6.png Overview:
 Estimated trophy difficulty: 4/10 (Platinum Difficulty Rating) Offline: 51 (1 , 1 , 14 , 35 ) Online: 0
 Approximate amount of time to : 100+ hours (Estimated Time to Platinum) Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1
 Number of missable trophies: Oblivion Walker, War Hero (potentially, see the trophy for more info), With Friends Like These..., Bound Until Death, Hail Sithis! Glitched trophies: None Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No cheats available. Do trophies stack? They sure do. The PS4 remaster is an additional trophy list. PS4 Note: Using mods on the PS4 remaster will disable trophies. Introduction/Walkthrough: Welcome to Skyrim, the biggest RPG of the year and one of the most rewarding experiences you're ever likely to have on consoles. Let’s get started! You want a Platinum Trophy from this game, huh? Prepare yourself for a long and arduous ride. It's not a hard trophy list in any way, shape or form but there are a few trophies that could take you anywhere in the region of 150-200 hours – namely the level 50 trophy. Everything else will come along the way if you do all the main questlines and visit a ton of places. So, you want two Platinum Trophies? Well aren't you in luck because there is an additional trophy list for the PS4 version. If you want to run this marathon again, have at it because you can!! Where do I start? The truth is, you can start wherever the hell you want. If you want to start by doing the main questline, go ahead. If you want to start by doing the Thieves Guild, carry on. What I would say though is that when you’re working through the game and whatever else you do around Skyrim, keep one eye on a few of the cumulative trophies (like collecting 100,000 gold, reading 50 skill books and picking 50 pockets & 50 locks), other than that, just do what you want and consult this guide when you need more guidance on how and when to do something. Oh and remember to persuade, bribe, and intimidate someone whilst in game… theoretically, if you do hundreds of quests, only sticking to one, you could miss this. Supremely unlikely, but true. NOTE: Now, I’m not sure what happens if you kill a major questline giver, like the leader of the Thieves Guild or the leader of the Dark Brotherhood or even if you can, so try not to. The Radiant Storytelling system should offer new quest givers, but we didn't find ourselves in that position. What about those missable trophies? Oblivion Walker, for getting 15 Daedric artefacts is the only one missable, which we discovered after extensive testing. This is basically because in these 16 quests you need to obtain the artefact in 15 of them, and some of them you can come away without it. So take heed and keep an eye on these artefacts - anything that involves a shrine or some other-worldly spirit of power, take heed. There are only a handful of those that result in no Daedric artefact, but you only need to get 2 wrong and you're out of luck. Additionally see the War Hero trophy for information on it being potentially missable. 4/4/2013 Update: Because of recent patches, the issue with The One With Shadows has been fixed and is no longer missable. Thanks to Xortin for the heads up. The Dark Brotherhood trophies are potentially missable if you kill Astrid in the cabin and choose to "Destroy the Dark Brotherhood." So, is there anything else about the PS3 Ultimate Edition and PS4 Remaster? Well, what do you know, there is. Here's the thing. Both of those come with the three DLC's on the disk. Unfortunately, as they tend to do, vampires really screw things up. Their indiscriminate bloodsucking can kill NPC's that may also hold questlines. Until you're level 10 though, there is smooth sailing. After that though, it's best to do Dawnguard and shut them down. While we're here, can I have links to the DLC guides? Since I'm in a giving mood, you sure can. Thanks to Darth_Krid for writing those. Dawnguard Hearthfire Dragonborn Is there anything else? Well, no, not really. The beauty with Skyrim's trophy list is that you can just enjoy your time with the game, from start to finish, without fear of missing any trophies along the way. There are a few trophies that are tricky unless you know how, things like marriage and activating the Dark Brotherhood for one. There’s also some neat tricks on how to get many of the game’s more arduous trophies and clarification on others. At the end of the day though, enjoy yourself. That level 50 trophy is going to take you some time! 
 Good luck and enjoy your time in Skyrim. It’s a blast! And if you need help finding a location, check out this reference map, courtesy of gamebanshee.com.
  2. This guide is intended for use on PlayStationTrophies.org only. You may not copy this guide and post it elsewhere, regardless of if you try to pass it off as your own work or give me credit. Changing the wording slightly to try to pass it off as your own work is also forbidden. If you still have any questions to ask about this game and its trophies, or just want to say thanks, feel free to create an account and say hi. I'd be happy to answer any questions you have, and there are plenty of other great guides for other games written by others who will be happy to help you get your trophies. Overview: Estimated trophy difficulty: 1.5/10 (Rating Thread) Offline trophies: 0 Online trophies: 20 (20; is NOT required) Approximate amount of time to 100%: 11-15 hours (Rating Thread) Minimum number of playthroughs: varies per game, see below Number of missable trophies: 0 Glitched trophies: none Does difficulty affect trophies?: n/a Do trophies stack?: n/a Do cheat codes disable trophies?: n/a Multiple controllers needed?: no Introduction: The Jackbox Party Pack contains 5 games: You Don't Know Jack 2015, Fibbage XL, Lie Swatter, Word Spud, and Drawful. Each game has only 4 trophies associated with it. Even though these are party games meant to be played by multiple people, all trophies can easily be done by yourself and only one DualShock 4 controller is needed. Any difficulty to be had comes from the YDKJ 2015: Winventory, but even that is negated if you use the full list of answers provided in this guide. Without it, it's still not that difficult as most of the Wrong Answers of the Game you'll have to pick are so obvious that you'll only miss them by instinctively picking a right answer when you see it before you take the time to look for what could be the Wrong Answer of the game. The only other trophy of any mild difficulty is Lie Swatter: Squish, Nothing But Wet, but if you take your time and search thoroughly before answering, even that should not be a problem. All of the trophies here are online trophies. It is impossible to advance beyond the title screen without being connected to the internet and signed into PSN. Not even You Don't Know Jack 2015's single player option can be played without an internet connection. However, as you are not playing with or against other players over PlayStation Network, an active PlayStation Plus subscription is not required. The bulk of the time to 100% comes from You Don't Know Jack 2015's YDKJ 2015: Winventory trophy. Each episode of the game takes roughly 13 minutes to complete if playing solo. For 50 episodes, that's about 10 hours and 50 minutes. Getting all the other trophies in the pack is fairly quick, taking roughly an hour to an hour and a half. Firefox Multi-Account Containers Instructions Each game uses smartphones, tablets, or computers as controllers instead of DualShock 4 controllers, which means you won't have to buy extra controllers to 100% this game. You also won't need other people to play with or even multiple devices. With a browser extension like Firefox Multi-Account Containers for Firefox, you can create and control as many players as needed from one computer. When you install the extension, it will come with 4 containers by default: Personal, Work, Banking, and Shopping. Every container allows you one new player, so you will need to create 6 more containers. Click and hold on the new tab button (big + at the top of the window) until the Containers menu appears, then select Manage Containers. Underneath the list of containers you should see an Add New Container button; click it. Give the container whatever name, color (a unique color for each container is strongly recommended), and icon you like and then press Done. Repeat 5 more times and you should have 10 containers. With all your containers created, when you're ready to start a game with yourself, once again click and hold on the new tab button until the Containers menu appears. Select any of your containers to open a new tab in that container (you should see that the top of the tab has a color bar matching the color of the container). Go to jackbox.tv, enter your room code and player name, and sign into the game. Then repeat the process, creating new tabs in unused containers, to keep signing in more players as needed. You Don't Know Jack 2015 Walkthrough Minimum number of playthroughs: 51 Step 1: Play Episode 1 alone and get all the questions right. This step will get you YDKJ 2015: Drain the Main Brain and YDKJ 2015: Dat'll Do. Step 2: Replay Episode 1 with two players this time, get the Wrong Answer of the Game, and have whichever player is losing after question 10 get everything right during the Jack Attack. This step will get you YDKJ 2015: Take It From Behind. Step 3: Play the other 49 episodes, getting the Wrong Answer of the Game in each of them. This step will get you YDKJ 2015: Winventory. Fibbage XL Walkthrough Minimum number of playthroughs: less than 1 Step 1: Start a 3 player game. For the very first question, have one of the players enter "PICK ME" and the other two players enter the exact same thing. When picking answers, have the other two players pick the "PICK ME" answer. This step will get you Fibbage XL: Politician and Fibbage XL: Copycatfishers. Step 2: For the second question, pause the game using the controller and then go to a search engine to find out what the right answer is. Have one of the players type this in as their lie. When picking answers, have all players pick the correct answer as you know what it is having looked it up. This step will get you Fibbage XL: Don't Know What To Believe Anymore and Fibbage XL: Truth Fairies. Drawful Walkthrough Minimum number of playthroughs: 1 Step 1: Start a game, designating one player as "WINNER". Write in the instructions of what you're meant to draw rather than actually drawing anything for the entire game. You can get the trophies in whatever order you want over the three rounds of drawing, refer to the guide for details on each trophy. This step will get you Drawful: Goodfinger, Drawful: Show Me the Monet, Drawful: Schmuck of the Draw, and Drawful: "Art" Connoisseur. Lie Swatter Walkthrough Minimum number of playthroughs: 3 Step 1: Use Multi-Account Containers to create 10 different players. DO NOT START THE GAME. Name one player "WINNER" and another player "Sparkles". This step will get you Lie Swatter: Blufforgy and Lie Swatter: "What's My Name?" ft. Bugs. Step 2: Clear out all players except for WINNER and one other player and start the game. For the first round, pause the game using the controller and look up whether the 7 statements are true or false. Have both players answer correctly, but have WINNER pick first to get a time bonus. This step will get you Lie Swatter: Squish, Nothing But Wet. Step 3: Continue playing, although this time you can just guess. Have both players guess the same thing and have WINNER guess first for the time bonus if correct. Each game is 3 rounds, so you will have to play the remaining 2 rounds of the game from step 2 and then 2 more full games. This step will get you Lie Swatter: Tri-Swatter. Word Spud Walkthrough Minimum number of playthroughs: 4 Step 1: Use Multi-Account Containers to create 8 different players. DO NOT START THE GAME. Name one player "WINNER". This step will get you Word Spud: Word Herd. Step 2: Clear out all players except for WINNER and one other player and start the game. Play one round and accept every word. Put in "nugget" as one of your words during this step. This step will get you Word Spud: Group Hug and Word Spud: Golden Nugget. Step 3: Play three more rounds and intentionally reject one of the other player's words every round so that WINNER wins them all. This step will get you Word Spud: Spud Stud.
  3. http://i.imgur.com/cEQDgUG.png http://i.imgur.com/SqIm53z.png If this guide was helpful and you would like to join the forums, please feel free to give me a referral by clicking here. Thanks. http://i.imgur.com/zt492ba.png If you've got the post count per page set to default, this guide will consist of 2 pages (16 posts total). Road Map Overview Step 1) Playthrough 1 Step 2) Playthrough 2 - True Vault Hunter Mode (1.5 playthrough) Step 3) Clean Up / 3 Partial Playthroughs Summary Co-Op / Boosting Tips, Tricks & Strategies [*]Trophy Guide Hidden trophies [*]Mission Guide [1/2] (All Side Missions Guide) [*]Mission Guide [2/2] (Undiscovered Missions Guide) [*]Challenge Guide [1/3] [*]Challenge Guide [2/3] [*]Challenge Guide [3/3] http://i.imgur.com/DDnjc43.png Estimated trophy difficulty: 5/10 Total Trophies: 51 | 39(B) 9(S) 2(G) 1(P) (20(H)) Offline Trophies: 50 Online Trophies: 1 - Friendship Rules [*]Approximate amount of time to platinum: 40-80 hours. (Depending on boosting, co-op & luck!) [*]Minimum number of playthroughs needed: ~1,5 (+3 Partial playthroughs.) [*]Number of missable trophies: 0 [*]Glitched trophies: 1 - Challenge Accepted (Temporarily though. See the trophy for more details.) [*]Do cheat codes disable trophies: N/A [*]Extra equipment needed: None. (Second controller does make completing certain challenges easier.) [*]Does difficulty affect trophies: There’s no difficulty option. (Other than a Playthrough 2 which is harder than Playthrough 1.) Removing updates/Exploits: There are numerous exploits that you can use to obtain some of the trophies. Please note, that if you're going to delete any patches to use these exploits, to make a back-up of your save file. Not only did these patches remove exploits, they fixed quite a few bugs and glitches. Also, playing without patches on a save file that has been patched before, could cause save file corruption. Step 1) Playthrough 1 Pick any of the 4 classes to your liking and start your adventure. You can choose to play solo, split-screen, or (split-screen) online. However, if you want to obtain the trophies as fast as possible, you’ll want to start out as either the Assassin (Zer0) or the Gunzerker (Salvador), since you need to reach level 31 and 25 with these to obtain 2 class specific trophies. The other 2 class specific trophies can be obtained as soon as you hit level 5. You can of course choose to do this later on when you’re more familiar with the game. Not to mention, the badass stat bonuses carry over to different characters, which will make it easier. The platinum time for this game depends on many factors. Do you play co-op, solo, do you use boosting methods etc. But most of all, it depends on luck. Why? There are a few trophies which involve quite some luck. The following trophies require some luck: "Cute Loot", "Definitely An Italian Plumber" & "Challenge Accepted". They're pretty easy, but they all depend on a rare spawn. Cute Loot requires a Chubby kill, but it's a rare spawn. Same goes for Definitely An Italian Plumber, which requires a Donkey Mong kill. The Challenge Accepted trophy itself doesn't require much luck, but there's 1 challenge, the Jimmy Jenkins challenge, which requires you to kill Jimmy Jenkins, who also is a rare spawn. Probably even more rare than the other two. For more details, see the specific trophies. There's one other trophy that relies on a rare spawn, which is the "A Tribute to a Vault Hunter" trophy. He also is a rare spawn, but before the latest patch (1.01), he was a 100% spawn, until a certain progression in the main story. You can, if you really want, delete the patch and get a 100% spawn again. For more info, see the specific trophy. The game itself shouldn’t be too difficult. If you have problems advancing through the story missions, go back and do some side missions instead. Leveling up is a great way to deal with any difficult situation. You can always leave a mission or area and come back later when you've leveled up some. Sometimes, just leveling up 2 levels will make a great difference. (Also, check out the tips given in Step 2 of this Road Map.) If you find any purple loot but don’t like it and want to sell it, you might want to hold on to it for a while. There’s a trophy that requires you to have purple rated gear or better equipped in all slots. You shouldn’t have any trouble finding the required weapons, but class mods, relics, grenades and shields aren’t as easy to find. For more info, see the “Decked Out” trophy. Most trophies should come by normal game play. But keep an eye out on your challenges list (, scroll all the way to the right with . At the Badass rank tabs, press ). You should be focusing on the many side missions first, but there are many specific challenges you’ll need to complete, such as killing enemies with a certain element, or using certain shields. So if you normally don’t use a certain shield or weapon, you might want to keep them, or try to complete those challenges as soon as possible. The challenges do carry over into playthrough 2. Most challenges should complete by normal game play. There are 2 challenges you probably want to keep an eye on from the beginning, else this will require some grinding at the end. It's the 'Open Wide!' Shotgun challenge, which requires 750 up-close kills. And the 'Splish Splash' Rocket Launcher challenge, which requires 200 splash damage kills. For more detailed info, see the “Challenge Accepted” trophy and the challenge guide. Also, be on the lookout for any ‘!’ on your maps. These are side missions you can start. There are 2 related trophies, one of which is to complete all the side missions in the game. So always check whether you can start new side missions and where you need to complete these. Sometimes you can complete multiple ones at once because their objectives are close to each other. Sadly, you can’t track more than 1 mission at a time. These side missions are also a great way to gain experience and loot. 1 Side Mission ('You.Will.Die (Seriously)' - Terramorphous) can only be done after completing the Main Story Line and you probably want to be level 50 first. Side missions don’t carry over to playthrough 2, but you can always go back to Playthrough 1, where you can complete any side missions you’ve got left. (From the main menu, press , load existing character and choose ‘Normal’. Choose to continue and you’ll spawn wherever you were in Playthrough 2.) Once you've completed the main story line and did every side mission possible, you probably want to discover every location and uncover any black/grey spots on your map for the "World Traveler" trophy. Doing so will also net you the 4 other (area specific) trophies, the "Urban Explorer", "Arctic Explorer", "Highlands Explorer" and "Blight Explorer" trophy. You can also do this on playthrough 2, since every location you've discovered in Playthrough 1, doesn't have to be re-discovered. Step 2) Playthrough 2 - True Vault Hunter Mode (1.5 playthrough) After the last mission, you can back out of the game and choose to continue. However, this time you can choose to start playthrough 2 (True Vault Hunter Mode) or playthrough 1 (normal mode). Playthrough 2 is like a New Game Plus (NG+). It’s exactly the same, however this time you’ll face more, stronger and different kind of enemies (level 31+, more badasses, stronger weapons, better tactics, etc.) If you're having difficulty with Playthrough 2, read the tips, tricks and strategies at the bottom of this Road Map. You don’t actually have to complete all the playthrough 2’s story missions. You start playthrough 2 so that you can level up to level 50 for the required trophy, and so that you can kill Terramorphous. You can of course, choose to complete the story again. Once you’ve obtained level 50, you can go back to playthrough 1 and finish the ‘You.Will.Die. (Seriously.)’ mission there, which requires you to kill Terramorphous. Or do this at the end of playthrough 2. For more detailed info, see the "Capped Out…For Now" (Level 50) and "Thresher Thrashed" (Terramorphous) Trophy. To go back to playthrough 1, at the main menu press and load an existing character. Choose 'Normal mode. Just a heads up for when you beat the Main Story line in Playthrough 2. You'll enter 'Playthrough 2.5' automatically (unofficially named that way since Borderlands 1). All enemies will be level 52 this time around.
  4. Road Map: Overview: Estimated trophy difficulty: 4/10 (Platinum Difficulty Thread) Offline trophies: 20 (4 , 7 , 8 , 1 ) Online trophies: None Approximate amount of time to platinum: 15+ hours (Estimated Time to Platinum) Minimum number of playthroughs: 1 in Play Mode, 1 in Lost Area, 6 in Direct Assault, 1 in Boss Rush Mode, 30 in Score Attack Mode, and 2 in Area X Number of missable trophies: None Glitched trophies: None Does difficulty affect trophies?: Yes, the trophy for beating Area 5 can only be unlocked in Play Mode, not in Travelling Mode Do trophies stack?: No Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No direct cheat codes, but activating certain options like invincibility in the Beyond options for Beyond mode disables your High Score Additional Peripherals: PSVR optional but not required Introduction: Rez Infinite is the PS4 port of the musical rail-shooter classic, featuring a completely new level and also supporting the PlayStation VR, though you do not need a PSVR to play and earn the in this game. If you have played Rez HD on Xbox360, the trophy list will be familiar to you as it is basically the same as the achievement list (plus a few new ones for the new Area X). Walkthrough Many of the trophies in Rez' trophy list are based around beating the high score, but these are pretty easy to beat if you remember the game's basic: Hold and aim up to 8 enemies / targets, and then let go of . You will earn way more points this way. Other than this and with a bit practice and being familiar with the levels, achieving the should not be overly difficult. Step 1: Clear Area 1 to Area 5 in Play Mode Before you can dive into the new Area X, you will need to play the original five levels first. While you can earn the trophies for the first four areas in travelling mode (you take no damage in this mode compared to the regular play mode), it is not recommended to do so in preparation for later trophies. During Step 1 you will earn these trophies: The EARTH The MARS The VENUS The URANUS Eden Step 2: Play the new Area X You can now freely choose whether you want to clean up the remaining trophies for the original areas first, and do all of Area X afterwards, or jump right into the new Area. Since this new level is probably what you have bought the game for (or simply want to experience it now), the next steps will focus on Area X, and the remaining steps on cleaning up the original areas. So for Step 2, simply enjoy the new Area X. During this initial play through Area X, you can try to achieve a shot down ratio over 95% to save a run later. During Step 2 you will earn this trophy: Either Buttefly Dream or Birds in the Sky (depending on which color enemy you shot down) Step 3: Defeat the Other Boss in Area X Replay Area X and defeat the boss you did not defeat in the previous playthrough by defeating the other enemy (either red or blue) who are fighting each other in the middle of the playthrough. If you like, you can try to achieve a shot down ratio over 95% to save a run later. During Step 3 you will earn this trophy: Either Buttefly Dream or Birds in the Sky Step 4: Clear Area X With a Shot Down Ratio Over 95% Now that you got a feel for this area, you can aim for a clear with a shot down ratio over 95% if you have not got it in the previous two steps. You will need to do this two times: Once while defeating the standard final boss, and once with the alternative final boss. During Step 4 you will earn these trophies: Blue Butterfly Blue Bird Step 5: Area X Cleanup If you have not gotten the three miscellaneous Area X trophies in one of the previous runs yet, now is the time to earn them. During Step 5 you will earn these trophies: Singularity Artistry Infinity Step 6: Beat the High Score in the Lost Area Now is the time to return to the original five areas; more specifically, to the bonus stuff. The following steps can be done in any order, but doing some goals first will unlock options in the selection of Beyond Mode options, which will make some of the further playthroughs easier. But first, beat the High Score in the Lost Area with the standard options set. As this trophy is for beating a High Score and not just clearing, you want to avoid having set high score-disabling options. During Step 6 you will earn this trophy: The Forgotten Step 7: Clear All Five Original Areas With a Shot Down Ratio Over 95% If you have not achieved a shot down ratio over 95% in all five areas yet, now is the time to do it. This will unlock infinite overdrive for Beyond Mode, which is very useful for the direct assault runs. During Step 7 you will earn this trophy: Lazer Assassin Step 8: Beat the High Score in Score Attack Mode For All Five Original Areas While you could clear the direct assault (a run through all five areas without pause) now, it is recommended to beat the High Score in all five areas in Score Attack mode first since you are now well familiar with the individual levels. During Step 8 you will earn this trophy: Ultimate Cracker Step 9: Beat the High Score in Boss Rush Mode Beat the High Score in Boss Rush Mode (defeating all bosses one after one without playing through the individual levels beforehand). This might take a few tries, but the bosses from area 4 and especially area 5 offer lots of chances to score extra points. During Step 9 you will earn this trophy: Firewall Buster Step 10: Clear All Direct Assault Levels Now is the time for playing through all six Direct Assault levels. You do not need to beat the high score in any Direct Assault level, so you can activate infinite overdrive in the Beyond Mode options. Some bosses may need adjustments due to their movements, but you can play through the levels before the bosses by just activating overdrive with over and over. Since each Direct Assault run takes about an hour, you will likely earn the trophy for playing the game for 10 hours as well during this step. During Step 10 you will earn these trophies: Trance Hacker The Rezident Step 11: Cleanup Now is the time for cleaning up any trophy you have not gotten yet, which if you followed this Roadmap should be only one trophy (the one for clearing Score Attack Mode 30 times) as you will very likely unlock the trophy for beating all High Scores in Score Attack Mode well before clearing it 30 times. The first area is the shortest and easiest, so play it over and over until you get the trophy. If you got all other trophies, this will also unlock the . During Step 11 you will earn these trophies: Power Breaker Master of Rez
  5. Header Image By Savenger Overview: Estimated Trophy Difficulty: 4.1/10 Offline: 57 (1, 2, 4, 50) Online: 0 Missable trophies: None Minimum number of playthroughs: 1+ Approximate amount of time to Platinum: 15-20 hours. Do the trophies stack? Yes, the PS4 version has a separate trophy list. Introduction - Please Read this First As I'm sure everyone is now aware, Heavy Rain is not your typical game. The story is driven and changed by the choices that you make, resulting in a myriad of different scenes and endings, which makes collecting trophies a complicated affair. Having said that, this is not a game that should be played solely for trophies. As a result, if you have not played the game through to the end yet, I'll ask that you only read Step 1 of this road map. Once you have played through the game and received whatever trophies and ending you have earned, come back here and continue through the road map and guide for the rest of the trophies. There are a couple things to keep in mind before reading either the road map or the guide: 1. There are no missable trophies. Every chapter can be replayed in order to unlock the different endings and individual trophies. That being said, don't worry about going back and replaying chapters until you have beaten the game once. 2. The trophies aren't glitched. Of course there are exceptions, but for nearly everyone who plays the game, the trophies work fine. Some of the requirements for the trophies are complicated, the controls can be finicky at times, and the trophies don't unlock until the end of the chapter. Before you come in here crying glitch, make absolutely sure you've tried everything, and you've checked to see if other people have had the same problem. The Kamikaze trophy is a perfect example of a trophy that, while tricky, is not glitched. Step 1 - If you haven't played the game yet, only read this step This step is simple; all you need to do is go play the game. Experience the story however it unfolds, and make whichever choices that seem right to you. If something goes wrong, keep playing, rather than replaying the chapter. No matter how the game ends, you will unlock certain trophies, so just enjoy the game. If you want to focus on something, you can try to keep all the main characters alive, but if you don't, it can easily be fixed after the fact. Once you've played through to the credits, you can come back here for Step 2. Step 2 - Four Heroes/The Perfect Crime The first thing to do is to get the Four Heroes trophy if you haven't already. Provided your first playthrough wasn't a complete catastrophe, this won't take long to get. By following the guide, you'll need to make sure everyone makes it to the final scene alive. Once that's done, you can focus on getting the Perfect Crime trophy, and along the way, the Nerd trophy and the Trial Master trophy, if you haven't already done it. To do this, you'll need to replay the Crime Scene chapter to find all the clues with ARI (make sure you have auto save on here), and then play through the game again, starting at the Hassan's Shop chapter. Follow all of the steps in the Perfect Crime walkthrough, and for each of the Trials, be sure to complete them, if you haven't already, for the Trial Master trophy. When you reach the Mad Jack and Fish Tank scenes, follow the guide to find all the evidence needed, and in Solving the Puzzle, solve the mystery with the evidence in ARI. Once you complete the game after following the steps for The Perfect Crime, those three trophies should unlock. Step 3 - Missing Individual Trophies The next thing to take care of are any of the individual scene trophies you may have missed. In a lot of cases, you'll need to just replay a scene and make the opposite choice you did the first time around, or finding something in the scene you missed. In other cases, you'll need to complete a sequence perfectly, like Kamikaze, Ludwig Von, and Invincible Scott. There are two trophies you might want to get out of the way first: Happy Birthday and Kamikaze. In both cases, the scenes are fairly long, and they've given people some trouble. Check the trophy guide for both, but please keep in mind that Happy Birthday will not unlock until the beginning of Scott's chapter. Step 4 - The Rest of the Endings At this point, all you should be missing is the All Endings trophy. With the exception of a couple endings, you will only have to replay the game from the Killer's Place chapter onwards to see the rest of the endings. Check the guide for the criteria for each ending.
  6. Overview Estimated trophy difficulty: 5.9/10 Offline: 50 (1, 2, 6, 41) *Multiple trophies can be done either online or offline. Defender is the only one that should be done online.* Online: 1 (1(B)) Downloadable Content: 2 (2(B)) Approximate amount of time to 100%: 50-60 hours with a Mass Effect 2 save, 75-100 hours without Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1+ (2+ without a Mass Effect 2 save) Number of missable trophies: 8; Paramour, Master and Commander, Liberator, Tunnel Rat, Saboteur, Problem Solver, Fact Finder, Hijacker Number of missable DLC trophies: 1; Freedom Fighter Glitched trophies: Potentially Insanity and Unwavering, *see the special note about the Extended Cut Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No cheats Does difficulty affect trophies?: Yes, two Insanity trophies. Is an Online Pass required? Yes “This is the end…of our elaborate plans, the end; of everything that stands, the end.” The Doors, especially a song titled “The End,” seemed appropriate considering that this is the end of the main Mass Effect trilogy. There will no doubt be more games, but what started with Shepard and the Reapers ends here. Because of importing of characters from Mass Effect 2, this is really two road maps. The destination is the same, but your starting point is different. Without a Mass Effect 2 save, the platinum time doubles. In my opinion, the only way to play this game is having the knowledge and experience from Mass Effect 2. You will get the most out of the game and enjoy it that much more. If you also have the means to do so, please play the first Mass Effect game on PC or Xbox, if you have it. You won’t be able to import your character, but you can import the main decisions from Mass Effect: Genesis. I can’t stress this enough, this game is very, very heavily story based and there is a lot that occurs in the first two games. You will still enjoy Mass Effect 3 without the past games, but your experience will be different and enriched having played at least Mass Effect 2 beforehand. With all of that being said, if you do not have a Mass Effect 2 save, skip to section [2.1] in the road map. Best of luck and enjoy the game. Note: Be sure to back up your Settings file regularly, especially if you're going to be playing online. Freezes in multiplayer have been known to wipe out all of your trophy stats. [1.0] Missable Trophies Unfortunately, there are missable trophies. Fortunately, they aren't too hard to miss. Most of them fall under the category of side missions (Liberator, Tunnel Rat, Saboteur, Problem Solver, and Fact Finder). While these can be missed easily, if you pay attention to the list of missions with Unwavering and don't progress too far through the story, you'll be ok. Just remember, Priority: Tuchanka, Priority: Rannoch, and Priority: Cerberus Headquarters are the story missions that lock out other missions. Complete everything else before beginning those. Paramour is one that you'll have to try to miss, but it is possible. If you don't interact with your squadmates at all, you may not get the opportunity for the love scene. Hijacker is luck based. It is available with every appearance of the Atlas (except for on Sur'Kesh). If you don't get it, the earliest opportunities to get it in another playthrough will be in Grissom Academy or Priority: Eden Prime. Master and Commander is less of a concern. You will most likely not get it in your first run through. Once you do complete the game though, you will be taken back to the just before Priority: Cerberus Headquarters. Simply complete Defender at that point and then begin the mission again to get the trophy. Of course, the DLC has one missable trophy as well, Freedom Fighter. The good thing about it is that once you have full control over the Normandy, you can start the mission. There are only three computers that you need to find and their locations are listed with the trophy. Fully explore the area to find all three. [1.1] Import Playthrough 1 With your Mass Effect 2 game save, import your character into ME3. You'll be able to change your class if you wish, but you can also stick with the class that you know. The best trophy wise would be Sentinel since you can use Lift Grenades for Sky High and Overload for Overload Specialist. Those trophies can also be unlocked in multiplayer though and shouldn't concern you too much. Once the game starts and you have full control of Shepard, you will automatically level up to where you left off in Mass Effect 2. If that's level 30, then you're halfway to 60 minutes into the game. By the end of the prologue, you'll have to decide which difficulty that you want to play on. You can set it to Casual or Story if you just want to enjoy the ride or set it to Insanity if you want to get that trophy out of the way. Keep in mind, that if you are going for Insanity on your first playthrough, you will also want to do Unwavering since that has to be done in one playthrough. Whichever you decide, you must set the difficulty to Insanity by the time you leave Earth if you want that trophy. Adjusting the difficulty after Earth is fine, but if you lower it from Insanity, you will lose that trophy. Simply play through the game and complete the missions. Follow along with the lists accompanying Unwavering for the more detailed quests and Master and Commander for the smaller fetch missions that increase your Overall Military Readiness. Most of the trophies should naturally unlock along the way. You'll have to keep in mind that certain story missions will lock you out of the side missions and smaller fetch missions if you progress too far. The best thing to do is to complete as many active quests as possible before taking on any missions labeled "Priority." Completing the main story missions will make available new side missions. Again, complete those first in case your progression through the story locks you out of them. I need to make a quick mention of the first DLC, From Ashes. You will get the mission in your email box after leaving the Citadel and can complete it at any time before Priority: Cerberus Headquarters. While you're on the mission, be sure to fully explore the buildings to ensure that you get Freedom Fighter. Depending on who you chose to romance in Mass Effect 2 or in Mass Effect: Genesis, then the time when you can romance him or her will come at different times. In the case of Ashley/Kaiden or the new characters, it won't be until you cross the point of no return and begin Priority: Cerberus Headquarters. If it is someone like Tali, you will be able to continue the romance shortly after she comes aboard the Normandy. As with the other Mass Effect games, there is a point of no return and that is Priority: Cerberus Headquarters. Once you start this mission, there is no turning back until the game ends. Before starting this mission, check your overall military readiness (OMR) and your effective military readiness (EMR). If your EMR is over 4000, then you will unlock Master and Commander without any trouble. The easiest way to increase the EMR is by playing the online multiplayer. Each mission that you either complete or reach a later wave will add to your galactic readiness rating (GRR). The EMR is calculated by a simple formula (OMR * GRR% = EMR). If your OMR is 6000 and your GRR is 50%, then your EMR will be 3000. Playing random missions with random enemies on Bronze difficulty is the quickest and easiest way to increase your GRR. If you don't happen to have to an EMR over 4000 when you start Priority: Cerberus Headquarters, then don't worry. When you complete the game, you will be sent back to just before the point of no return. Go online and work on Defender. By the time you get to 100% GRR, then you will be well over 4000. Simply start Priority: Cerberus Headquarters again and the trophy will unlock right away. One last thing to consider with your first playthrough is what level you will reach. If you started with an imported character at level 30, you should end up between level 55 and 58 by the end of your first playthrough. Your choice at this point is to either import your ME3 character into a New Game or play online. Skip to the appropriate section (1.2 for importing or 3.1 for Multiplayer) depending on which you want to do. You will need to play a bit with an imported character to fully upgrade a gun to level 10 though.
  7. http://i.imgur.com/k3DTPSb.png Credit to Mambinni for the banner ROAD MAP Overview: Estimated trophy difficulty: 4/10 (Platinum Difficulty Rating) Offline trophies: 48 (35(B), 10(S), 2(G), 1(P)) Online trophies: 0 Approximate amount of time to Platinum: 16-20hrs (Estimated Time to Platinum) Minimum number of playthroughs: 1, plus Cleanup. Number of missable trophies: None, with chapter selection. Glitched trophies: Yes, 2 - Card Sharp and One Careful Owner Does difficulty affect trophies?: Yes, you must finish the game on Hard but the difficulty trophies stack so you don't have to do a Medium playthrough as well. Do trophies stack?: Yes Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No cheats. Introduction: Born the son of a poor immigrant, Vito is a beaten down Italian American who is trying to escape the life of poverty that consumed his childhood. It was on the streets that Vito learns that joining the Mafia is the only route to wealth and respect for people of his standing. Wanting to escape the life of hardship that his father led, he dreams about becoming a "Made Man." A petty criminal his whole life, Vito, along with his childhood friend, Joe, will descend into the world of Organized Crime. Together, they will work to prove themselves to the Mob as they try to make their names on the streets of a cold and unforgiving city. Walkthrough: STEP 1 - COMPLETE GAME ON HARD DIFFICULTY: This is a fairly straightforward game, and not overly challenging even on hard. In theory you can complete it in its entirety on your first go. Aside from some of the combat based trophies like Hairdresser, Hard to Kill or Stuck Up, you shouldn't have any trouble with the trophies. Once you have completed the game on Hard, you will get the Made Man and Tough Nut trophies. There is a chapter select feature, so there is no need for a full playthrough for any trophies you may have missed, though I would recommend that you make an effort to get the Ladies' Man trophy on your first playthrough to limit the number of chapters that you'll have to repeat. Most of the Playboys only appear in specific chapters, sometimes in locations that cannot be returned do without starting the chapter over. With that in mind, it is likely that you'll be able to earn most if not all trophies in your initial run. STEP 2 - COLLECTIBLE CLEANUP (OPTIONAL): If necessary, use the chapter select feature to gather Playboys for Ladies' Man, Wanted posters for Card Sharp, or cars for Petrol Head. STEP 3 - CLEANUP ON EASY DIFFICULTY (OPTIONAL): If you had difficulty with any of the combat based trophies, start a new game to polish those off. Once Joe gives you a gun in Chapter 2, you'll be able to complete any of the remaining trophies you may have missed. *Thanks to Jin_man for stating the obvious before I could. IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT STATS AND AUTOSAVES: When using Chapter Select for trophy cleanup, bear in mind that statistics such as Cars Driven or Melee Kills will reflect your stats at the time of the last autosave. In order for stats changes to be retained, you must progress to a point in the chapter where an autosave is triggered, usually just before or after a major plot point. Once saved, you can quit and select a new chapter and your totals will carry with you. Guns, cars, suits and money however will always reflect the autosave from the beginning of the chapter selected and not be persistent. This also applies to the upgrades and condition of a car and the "Distance Travelled" stat for that vehicle. All will reflect the original state from that chapter's autosave. Playboys and Wanted Posters trigger a save after you pick up each one but this ONLY saves the collectible information not any other stats or progress. NOTE: For the purposes of this guide, I am using Controller Set 2.
  8. Thanks to Ashbo82 for the banner. Overview: Estimated trophy difficulty: 2/10 (Platinum Difficulty Rating) Offline trophies: 12 (11(G), 1(P)) Online trophies: 0 Approximate amount of time to Platinum: 30min-1hr (Estimated Time to Platinum) Minimum number of playthroughs: 1 of each mode + 15 challenges Number of missable trophies: 0 Glitched trophies: 0 Does difficulty affect trophies?: There are "modes" with different difficulties and will have to play each one. Do trophies stack?: Yes, the game has 6 stacks: The PS4 and Vita each has separate NA, EU, and JP/AS lists. Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No cheats available Additional peripherals required?: No Introduction: Land wars is the sequel to the Space invader-esque Super Destronaut DX. However, this time you ditch your spaceship for some more up close-and-personal first person shooting. Just like its predecessor, it is a very easy game that can be beaten in about half an hour to an hour. Walkthrough: The trophies can be gotten in any order. This is the order in which I got mine, but you do not need to follow it if you don't want to. On the Vita version, I suggest you increase the aim sensitivity in the options as the default setting is rather slow in my opinion. Step 1: Arcade Modes Arcade mode is made up of five different modes. Classic, Hardcore, Maximum Strength, Combo Breaker and Snail Mode. Each has their own trophy for reaching a certain score. The modes have slight differences but none are particularly challenging. After reaching the target score, let the enemies kill you for the trophy to pop. Trophies earned during this step: Starting easy The Hard Way Combo Breaker Increasing difficulty Slow as Snail Step 2: Challenge Mode After finishing Arcade mode, it's time for Challenge mode. There are 30 challenges available of which you need to get a rank on 15. Getting a rank means to finish the challenge within a time limit. This is no hard feat and you will most likely get a rank on your fist try. For which challenges to do, I recommend to just do the first 15 as they are all easy. Trophies earned during this step: Starting an invasion Killing poor creatures Destroying villages Eradicating cities Conquering unknown planets Planter Conqueror Platinum Alien
  9. Did you find this guide via web search? Not a registered member yet? Then come and Join the forum! Just remember to put me (Phodda) as referrer. I do not allow this content to be reproduced, partly or all of it, in any other place than ps3trophies.org. Appropriate action will be taken according to international copyright laws if I find this guide reproduced elsewhere. If you find this guide posted in any other place, please, let me (or staff members) know. Thanks in advance. Before proceeding, I would like to personally thank Kinjall for the absolutely amazing banner and headers. Much appreciated! Estimated trophy difficulty: 6/10 (personal opinion) (Platinum Difficulty Rating) Offline trophies: 37 ( 22 , 9 , 5 , 1 ) Online trophies: 0 Approximate amount of time to Platinum: 15-25hrs (Skill dependant - personal opinion) (Estimated Time to Platinum) Minimum number of playthroughs: 1 but 2 are recommended Number of missable trophies: 0 Glitched trophies: None Does difficulty affect trophies?: Yes, you must finish the game on Hard. Do trophies stack?: No Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No. There's one cheat avaliable, and it's beneficial to players. Additional peripherals required?: No Guacamelee 2 is the metroidvania-style sequel to the first game, released back in 2013 (2014 for the Super Turbo edition). After 7 years in retirement, Juan Acabate must don the mask again, to face a new threat, that not only endangers his world but the whole Mexiverse itself. With a new storyline, challenges, some new enemies but the same game mechanics and combat systems, this is certainly a game most fans will enjoy. For the newcomers, this may seem a bit difficult but believe me, it's not. About the game, there are some new game gameplay mechanics you must get used to. See below for more info. Now you have a set of skill trees, ranging from upgrading health and stamina, to improving your combo capabilities, super moves, pollo powers and throws. Second, as with the first game, you can get all trophies in one go, instead of needing to finish the game once (thanks HellRazor and Robinworldwide for pointing this out) so if you want, you can finish the game with a good ending and get the Platinum quickly. However (and specially for the newcomers) I advise finishing the game once to get used to game mechanics but mainly because certain challenges become a pain in the arse on Hard Mode (and I'm talking specifically about Moves Like Jaguar ). If you, on the other hand, loves a challenge, or just want this one as fast as possible out of your way, just input this code below to enable Hard mode - the code is exactly the same as the first one for PS4 - the Super Turbo Edition: For these changes, you can head to their respective trophies for additional information. Author's note: English is not my native language, thus you may find some grammar or syntax errors in what I've written. Also, keep in mind this Guide was made for a Portuguese version so some names and locations might change e.g. every time you see "Tierras Malas", please know I am talking about the Badlands, left of Villachulla. Step 1: Finish the game on Normal, collecting 100% of items and doing both endings. This step is for you who want to enjoy the game first, not worrying about difficulty of some sort. Here, you will earn almost all trophies, except for Even Darkest-er . First, play through the game, collecting all items, chests and doing sidequests and challenges available, without worrying too much about completion. Now, near the end-game, you have a choice. Either continue and finish the story or go back and complete/collect everything you have to. If you choose the former, after you face and defeat Salvador and watch the "bad" ending (because it isn't that bad), you can continuing playing from the last checkpoint. Either way, go back to all areas and find every collectible you've missed, completing 100% on all maps, except for Prisión "El Corazón", which will be the last. You can focus as well on unlocking all skills on the skill trees you've missed. Also, focus on getting all special key parts you've missed and open the Golden Door. Finish the last Pollo dungeon to get the Infinite Chicken Shot and proceed to get 100% on the last map. Finally, finish the game after entering the Golden Door and listening to the Sacred Chicken's advice, to get the good ending and earning the last trophy. At the end of this step you should get the following trophies: I Remember That Being Harder Re-resurrección Show's Over, Go Home Severed Severed 2 Prickly Pair Questionable Plumbing Santa Golpiza! Grapple Expert Juan Punch Man I Was Told There'd Be Candy Cluckstorm The Floor Is... 6-Piece Combo He Looks Portable Talented Player One Born Every Minute King of the Hill Special Delivery! PERFECT Combo Machine You Survived These are not fertilized Temple Raider y cant guacamelee crawl I have nothing left to teach you One down... Very Special Luchonarrative Resonance Talk to the Hend Moves Like Jaguar El Técnico Táctico Mr. Worldwide Nacho Libre Legend of the Timelines Also, if you chose to finish the game in only one playthrough, by enabling Hard mode at the start of the game, you should get the following trophies (if not, head to Step 2): Even Darkest-er Guacamastery Step 2: Finish the game on Hard (Optional) After doing everything you have to, it's time to face the challenge of Hard mode if you chose to play the first playthrough on Normal but skip this step if not. Hard mode is more challenging than the first one, specially for those new to the franchise. Enemies hit harder and take more punishment before going down but aside from that, every other aspect of the game remains the same. A friendly reminder: you do not need to collect every item in the game to get this trophy. As 100% completion is not necessary to finish the game on hard, you can rush some parts and even completely ignore quests like seeking all Special Key parts and looking for all chests. However, as some battles can become frustrating, I recommend that you at least try to find health/stamina chests to upgrade its respective status and have less trouble advancing through the game. In this step, you shout get the following trophies: Even Darkest-er Guacamastery Step 3: Clean Up If you have missed any trophies, then now is the time to get them either by going to a specific dungeon, completing a specific challenge or collecting any/all treasures you've left behind.
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Banner by MikelAL93 Road Map: Overview: Estimated trophy difficulty: 6/10 (Platinum Difficulty Thread) Offline trophies: 50 (40 , 6 , 3 , 1 ) Online trophies: None Approximate amount of time to platinum: 90+ hours (Estimated Time to Platinum) Minimum number of playthroughs: 1 and a half (2 full playthroughs recommended) Number of missable trophies: 14 (うちほろぼろす (In Shreds and Tatters) , 全力走行中十字路でぶつかる (Super Collision Course) , 皿・男・叫び (Fiery Trial) , のたうち回ろうっす (Writhe in Agony) , バスター&ドロップ (Rest Azure'd) , イッツアニューフェイス (Newcomer Challenge) , 零した涙が絨毯に落ちる (Tear-Soaked Battlefield) , 私は禅の心を身につけた (Killing with Kindness) , 第二の人生 (A Life of Moderation) , 苦難に満ちた人生 (A Life of Struggle) , 悪意の眼差しに抗う人生 (A Life Facing Malice) , 混沌と秩序の狭間の人生 (A Life Torn Between Order and Chaos) , 果てなき強さ (The Sky's the Limit) , 最強を超えた最強、を超えた (Bested the Worst) ) Glitched trophies: None Does difficulty affect trophies?: Yes, there are trophies for beating certain bosses during the course of the game and the final boss on certain difficulties, and there is a trophy for clearing the bonus dungeon on at least ノーマル (Normal) difficulty. Do trophies stack?: Yes, beating the final boss on カオス (Chaos) difficulty will also unlock the trophies for beating the final boss on lower difficulties. Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No cheat codes Introduction: テイルズ オブ ゼスティリア (Tales of Zestiria) is the seventh Tales game on PS3 and the 20th anniversary title in the series. As such, the game has many elements that will feel familiar if you have played previous titles in the series, for example visuals from the Tales of Xillia games, and the battle and skit system from Tales of Graces f. Also just like the previous anniversary title Tales of Xillia, there are multiple character designers, while the gorgeous anime sequences are made by ufotable again. All trophies except one trophy (想いは受け継がれた (Wishes Transferred) ) can be gotten during your first playthrough, however, getting the with two playthroughs is easier. Having the テイルズ オブ ゼスティリア アリーシャ アフターエピソード (Tales of Zestiria: Another Story: Alisha) DLC is not necessary to earn the , but it will reduce the time for one trophy significantly (see アイテムアツマッタ― (The Item Collector) for more information). General Notes The most important thing to note in this game is that HP will not be increased by levelling up, and the other stats only a little bit. Instead, you can rise your HP by consuming herbs and various orbs obtained after boss battles, and the other stats also by consuming herbs and fusing equipment. To make up for that, you will find a lot more herbs than in previous Tales titles which grow like natural plants on fields and in dungeons now. On higher difficulties, you earn less experience points than on lower difficulties, but the chance to earn better equipment drops is higher. This may sound like a disadvantage at first, but the equipment skills have a huge importance in this game and make a huge difference in how easily you can defeat strong bosses. If you struggle with a boss, the common RPG strategy to gain a few levels and retry will not help you much. Instead, look at your current equipment and fuse it so that the slots will be filled with skills, or equip equipment that rise your stats more than your current equipped equipment. Despite the top notes, levelling up is not totally worthless though. You gain 1 AP per acquired level which is needed to equip various Battle Acts which are essentially skills that support you in battle. Constantly fighting or walking around will cause your SC to drop, which is important for battle and the various Support Talents. Your amount of SC at the beginning of the battle will be decreased and the activation of the Support Talents will be delayed when your SC is low. You can either eat snacks or sleep at an inn to refill SC. ホーリィボトル (Holy Bottles) will last a really long time. All enemies will disappear from the map as long as your level is not too low. The effect lasts until you go sleeping at an inn, which means you can almost beat the whole bonus dungeon with only defeating the bosses as long as your level is high enough. Whenever you see a save point, go over it so that it is activated. You can warp around all save points at any time as long as they are not blocked due to story-related reasons. Warping will cost Gald, but you can reduce the costs with the 地の主 (Lords of the Land) effects. The costs are related to your current amount of possessed Gald, so if you are currently poor, warping will cost almost nothing, but being rich means you have to pay more for warping. For the first time ever in a Tales game, you can actually buy エリクシール (Elixirs), オールディバイド (All-Divides), and アワーグラス (Hourglasses) in a shop when it is ranked up enough. Furthermore, the new items シャークボトル (Drop Bottles) and アルカナボトル (Arcane Bottles) can also be bought in a shop when it is ranked up enough. Elixirs will revive a party member with full HP and SC and also refill 3 BG. Only available to buy in ねこにんの里 (Katz Korner) or at a ダークかめにん (Dark Turtlez), when the shop rank is at least 2.5 stars. An All-Divide reduces the damage output of all party members and all enemies in the current battle to half, and the effect can reversed by using another All-Divide. Only available to buy in 塔の街ローグリン (Lohgrin), in ねこにんの里 (Katz Korner), or at a ダークかめにん (Dark Turtlez), when the shop rank is at least 2.5 stars. Hourglasses will stop the movement of all enemies in battle for about 5 seconds, but only if your level is not too low (when the enemy level is 20 or more than yours, an Hourglass is useless). Only available to buy in 塔の街ローグリン (Lohgrin) or in ねこにんの里 (Katz Korner) when the shop rank is at least 4 stars. A Drop Bottle will increase the earned Gald after battle which makes it useful for Gald Farming. Only available to buy in 塔の街ローグリン (Lohgrin) or in ねこにんの里 (Katz Korner) when the shop rank is at least 4 stars. An Arcane Bottle will refill 2 BG for a party member. Only available to buy in 塔の街ローグリン (Lohgrin), in ねこにんの里 (Katz Korner), or at a ダークかめにん (Dark Turtlez), when the shop rank is at least 3 stars. For those familiar with the Tales series, the Grade Shop is also in this game. While it is still for inheriting stuff for additional playthroughs, it functions differently than in previous Tales titles. See the Gald Farming Guide for more details. Walkthrough: When you want to earn the for the game, you will have to make a decision really early in the game whether to do this in a single playthrough or in two playthroughs. The reason is that the fight for the missable うちほろぼろす (In Shreds and Tatters) trophy is pretty early in the game. For this fight, you have to defeat a certain boss on at least ハード (Hard) difficulty without using an item or alternatively on your second playthrough without using an item. Disregarding the item condition, the key condition here is the Hard difficulty. There will be more trophies like this one during the course of the playthrough, so you will basically have to decide whether you want to play a more challenging playthrough, but getting almost every trophy along the way, or not care and do a clean up on the second playthrough with the options from the Grade Shop. The following walkthrough will target the easier route with the clean up on the second playthrough, mainly due to the ノルミンダブル (Double Normin) and ドロップダブル (Double Drop) options from the Grade Shop which increases the drop rate of items and doubles the chance of having certain skills on equipment after battle. You will have to farm equipment in any case, so you will not get around grinding. The options from the Grade Shop will hopefully cause the right drops to appear quicker so that it is less tedious. The main disadvantage is of course that you will have to play through the whole game twice.
  11. Banner by MikelAL93 Road Map: Overview: Estimated trophy difficulty: 6/10 (Platinum Difficulty Thread) Offline trophies: 50 (40 , 6 , 3 , 1 ) Online trophies: None Approximate amount of time to platinum: 90+ hours (Estimated Time to Platinum) Minimum number of playthroughs: 1 and a half (2 full playthroughs recommended) Number of missable trophies: 13 (In Shreds and Tatters , Super Collision Course , Fiery Trial , Writhe in Agony , Rest Azure'd , Newcomer Challenge , Tear-Soaked Battlefield , Killing with Kindness , A Life of Moderation , A Life of Struggle , A Life Facing Malice , A Life Torn Between Order and Chaos , The Sky's the Limit ) Glitched trophies: None Does difficulty affect trophies?: Yes, there are trophies for beating certain bosses during the course of the game and the final boss on certain difficulties, and there is a trophy for clearing the bonus dungeon on at least Normal difficulty. Do trophies stack?: Yes, beating the final boss on Chaos difficulty will also unlock the trophies for beating the final boss on lower difficulties. Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No cheat codes Introduction: Tales of Zestiria is the seventh Tales game on PS3 and the 20th anniversary title in the series. For the western release, it was also ported to the PS4, thus making it the first title from the series on PS4. The game has many elements that will feel familiar if you have played previous titles in the series, for example visuals from the Tales of Xillia games, and the battle and skit system from Tales of Graces f. Also just like the previous anniversary title Tales of Xillia, there are multiple character designers, while the gorgeous anime sequences are made by ufotable again. Due to licensing reasons, the share functions on PS4 are blocked for the whole game except for the battles in the arenas. This also means that the PS4 is not able to take screenshots whenever you earn trophies. There is just only one trophy where a screenshot will be taken, it is the Eight Dates With Hate trophy. If you wish to have a trophy screenshot, you must earn this trophy as your last one. All trophies except one trophy (Wishes Transferred ) can be gotten during your first playthrough, however, getting the with two playthroughs is easier. Having the Tales of Zestiria: Another Story: Alisha DLC is not necessary to earn the , but it will reduce the time for one trophy significantly (see The Item Collector for more information). General Notes The most important thing to note in this game is that HP will not be increased by leveling up, and the other stats will only increase a little bit. Instead, you can rise your HP by consuming herbs and various orbs obtained after boss battles, and the other stats also by consuming herbs and fusing equipment. To make up for that, you will find a lot more herbs than in previous Tales titles which grow like natural plants on fields and in dungeons now. On higher difficulties, you earn less experience points than on lower difficulties, but the chance to earn better equipment drops is higher. This may sound like a disadvantage at first, but the equipment skills have a huge importance in this game and make a huge difference in how easily you can defeat strong bosses. If you struggle with a boss, the common RPG strategy to gain a few levels and retry will not help you much. Instead, look at your current equipment and fuse it so that the slots will be filled with skills, or equip equipment that rise your stats more than your current equipped equipment. Despite the top notes, leveling up is not totally worthless though since you gain 1 Action Point (AP) per acquired level. Action Points are needed to equip various Battle Actions which are essentially skills that support you in battle. Constantly fighting or walking around will cause your Spirit Chain (SC) to drop, which is important for battle and the various Support Talents. Your amount of SC at the beginning of the battle will be decreased and the activation of the Support Talents will be delayed when your SC is low. You can either eat snacks or sleep at an inn to refill SC. Holy Bottles will last a really long time. All enemies will disappear from the map as long as your level is not too low. The effect lasts until you go sleeping at an inn, which means you can almost beat the whole bonus dungeon with only defeating the bosses as long as your level is high enough. Whenever you see a save point, go over it so that it is activated. You can warp around all save points at any time as long as they are not blocked due to story-related reasons. Warping will cost Gald, but you can reduce the costs with the Lords of the Land effects. The costs are related to your current amount of possessed Gald, so if you are currently poor, warping will cost almost nothing, but being rich means you have to pay more for it. For the first time ever in a Tales game, you can actually buy Elixirs, All-Divides, and Hourglasses in a shop when it is ranked up enough. Elixirs will revive a party member with full HP and SC and also refill 3 Blast Gauge (BG). Only available to buy in Katz Korner or at a Dark Turtlez, when the shop rank is at least 2.5 stars. An All-Divide reduces the damage output of all party members and all enemies in the current battle to half, and the effect can be reversed by using another All-Divide. Only available to buy in Lohgrin, in Katz Korner, or at a Dark Turtlez, when the shop rank is at least 2.5 stars. Hourglasses will stop the movement of all enemies in battle for about 5 seconds, but only if your level is not too low (when the enemy level is 20 or more than yours, an Hourglass is useless). Only available to buy in Lohgrin or in Katz Korner when the shop rank is at least 4 stars. Furthermore, the new items Drop Bottles and Arcane Bottles can also be bought in a shop when it is ranked up enough. A Drop Bottle will increase the earned Gald after battle which makes it useful for Gald Farming. Only available to buy in Lohgrin or in Katz Korner when the shop rank is at least 4 stars. An Arcane Bottle will refill 2 BG for a party member. Only available to buy in Lohgrin, in Katz Korner, or at a Dark Turtlez, when the shop rank is at least 3 stars. For those familiar with the Tales series, the Grade Shop is also in this game. While it is still for inheriting stuff for additional playthroughs, it functions differently than in previous Tales titles. See the Gald Farming Guide for more details. Walkthrough: When you want to earn the for the game, you will have to make a decision really early in the game whether to do this in a single playthrough or in two playthroughs. The reason is that the fight for the missable In Shreds and Tatters trophy is pretty early in the game. For this fight, you have to defeat a certain boss on at least Hard difficulty without using an item or alternatively on your second playthrough without using an item regardless the difficulty. Disregarding the item condition, the key condition here is the Hard difficulty. There will be more trophies like this one during the course of the playthrough, so you will basically have to decide whether you want to play a more challenging playthrough, but getting almost every trophy along the way, or not care and do a clean up on the second playthrough with the options from the Grade Shop. The following walkthrough will target the easier route with the clean up on the second playthrough, mainly due to the Double Normin and Double Drop options from the Grade Shop which increases the drop rate of items and doubles the chance of having certain skills on equipment after battle. You will have to farm equipment in any case, so you will not get around grinding. The options from the Grade Shop will hopefully cause the right drops to appear quicker so that it is less tedious. The main disadvantage is of course that you will have to play through the whole game twice.
  12. http://i.imgur.com/l7vDyP5.png Disclaimer: This trophy guide and roadmap is only to be used on Playstationtrophies.org, unless you have permission from the guide owner (SSJ4_Haruhi). Found this guide helpful and want to join the forum? Then click here. http://i.imgur.com/SQkQJcY.png Overview Estimated trophy difficulty: TBA (My personal rating: 2.5/10) (Trophy Difficulty Rating) Offline (breakdown): 19 (17 , 2 ) Online (breakdown): None Approximate amount of time to 100%: 6-10 hours (With guide) (Estimated Time to 100%) Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1, if you follow guide from the beginning. Number of missable trophies: None, because there is Chapter select. Glitched trophies: None Does difficulty affect trophies?: No Do cheat codes disable trophies?: N/A Extra accessories needed: You will need 2 PS3 controllers for Together Forever. http://i.imgur.com/FmYfQ2T.png Welcome to the trophy guide and road map to Juju. A fun little PSN platformer that was released in December 2014. In this game an inquisitive young pink panda and his dinosaur friend secretly follow their panda tribal leader and end up inadvertently causing the release of all the naughty spirits into the world. Leading to 4 worlds of adventures and variety! Note that you will only be able to play as the pink panda character, as the dinosaur is the character for a second human player in local co-op. The game is of an average length for a PSN title and following the guide for the collectables from the beginning, will get you to 100% in about 6-10 hours. Without further ado, lets start! Step 1 - Play through Story Mode, getting some miscellaneous trophies along the way. There are 4 worlds, followed by 1 final world with just the final boss. Playing through story mode naturally earns you Bad Froggy , Does.Not.Compute.Bzzz. , Twenty Thousand Leagues , Cookie Monstah and Happily ever after . By defeating the bosses you will automatically unlock new skills, granting you New horizons and eventually You've got the power! . You will also be very likely to earn A good start , Explorer , How's that even possible? , Can't touch this and 3 birds with one stone through playing through the levels. Getting enough amber (3 coins in the results screen), as well as getting all the amber and coins in the teleporter mini-games (3 coins by the teleporter icon in the results) in each non-boss level will earn you Done and done as well as Explorer and 6th sense for finding all the coins, 1 secret teleport and all of the secret teleports respectively. Be sure to check each non-story related trophy as a lot of trophies can be earned by playing and replaying level 1 of world 1. Step 2 - Bonus levels and cleaning up remaining trophies. Once the story is completed, presuming you have followed this guide's video playlist for the teleporters and got 3 coins from collecting enough amber in each non-boss level, then you will unlock the 4 bonus levels to work on. Earning you Pure skills and Ultimate skills You can also replay the first level of World 1 with 2 controllers to get Together Forever If you missed Dirty Dancing then you can get it by replaying the first boss battle against the frog and his minions on World 1. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Special thanks: Many thanks to Plagueis Xboxlivefr on Youtube for allowing me permission to use his videos. Dark Adonis on Youtube for allowing me to use his 100% video in my Youtube playlist. Tiberius on this forum for details about the Together Forever trophy. Zongorillacska for the details that you can die before reaching a checkpoint to retry the teleporter mini-games.
  13. Another guide has been chosen as the preferred guide for this game. This thread has been closed and is not maintained and as a result may contain outdated or incorrect information. Please follow the link below for the preferred guide. *Direct link to stickied guide* http://www.powerpyx.com/Assets/Miscellaneous/outlast-trophy-guide-powerpyx.jpg Not a registered member yet? Join the forums today to discuss this topic with other users of our community. Overview Estimated trophy difficulty: 3/10 (PowerPyx's Vote) Offline trophies: 8 (4(B), 2(S), 2(G)) Online trophies: 0 Approximate amount of time to 100%: 5-10 hours Minimum number of playthroughs: 1 (2 recommended) Number of missable trophies: 2: EDUCATED, PULITZER Glitched trophies: 0 Does difficulty affect trophies?: Yes, you need to beat the game on insane difficulty. Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No Cheats known at this time. Introduction Outlast is the ultimate first-person horror adventure for consoles. You are playing as a journalist and your goal is to investigate the Mount Massive Asylum. What makes it different from most other games is that you don't have any weapons and no ability to fight whatsoever. Your only chance of survival is to run and hide. It's one of the very few real horror games out there and has some extremely disturbing scenes. Want a good scare? Then this game is definitely for you. The trophies are very straight forward. Five out of the eight trophies are unlocked by simply playing through the story on any difficulty. The rest is for finding all of the collectibles and beating the game on its highest difficulty. It's worth noting that Outlast lets you create up to 50 different save games. You should always create a new save game, so you can go back if you missed a collectible. Now enjoy the horror of Outlast! Walkthrough Step 1 - Beat the game on normal difficulty, find all collectibles Your main concern on this playthrough should be the collectibles. See PULITZER for more information. Five other trophies are story related and will unlock automatically. There are 31 notes and 31 documents. You have to get all of them in one single playthrough. They won't carry over to your next playthrough and cannot be obtained via chapter select. It's best to create new save games regularly, so if you miss a collectible you can always go back. You can have up to 50 different save games at a time. Even though 100% can be obtained in one single playthrough, I highly recommend starting out on normal. The reason is that if you die on insane difficulty, all of your collectibles will be lost and you will have to start from scratch. Furthermore, normal difficulty gives you more batteries for your camera and enemies inflict less damage, which is very helpful when scouting the world for collectibles. If you get stuck at any point, check out LUNATIC for a full video walkthrough. After this playthrough you should only be missing the trophy for beating the game on insane difficulty. Step 2 - Beat the game on Insane difficulty Insane mode is based on Nightmare difficulty, but there are no checkpoints and you cannot save the game. So if you die, you will have to start from the very beginning and all your progress (collectibles etc.) will be lost. You can only carry two batteries for your camera, the spawn rate of spare batteries is reduced, boss enemies kill you in one hit and normal enemies in two hits. This will probably take a few attempts (it took me 5 tries). The good thing is that if you sprint through the entire game it will only take you an hour. The game is really short if you already know where to go. Since the behaviour of enemies is completely scripted, you can easily replicate the same strategy every time. See LUNATIC for more information and a full walkthrough.
  14. This guide is intended for use on PlayStationTrophies.org only. You may not copy this guide and post it elsewhere, regardless of if you try to pass it off as your own work or give me credit. Changing the wording slightly to try to pass it off as your own work is also forbidden. If you still have any questions to ask about this game and its trophies, or just want to say thanks, feel free to create an account and say hi. I'd be happy to answer any questions you have, and there are plenty of other great guides for other games written by others who will be happy to help you get your trophies. Overview: - Estimated trophy difficulty: 2/10 Difficulty Rating Thread - Offline: 37 (18, 12, 7) - Online: 0 - Approximate amount of time to 100%: 5-10 hours, 1-2 hours per episode - Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1 - Number of missable trophies: 36, 6 per episode - Glitched trophies: None - Does difficulty affect trophies?: N/A - Do cheat codes disable trophies?: N/A - Special peripherals needed or multiple controllers needed?: No. PS Move is supported but not required, and everything can be done with one player using one controller. Introduction: Blue Toad Murder Files: Mysteries of Little Riddle is an episodic puzzle game split into 6 episodes. While there is an episode selection at the main menu, it is better to consider every episode’s trophies as missable as missing any of them will require a replay of nearly the entire episode. And since there is no cutscene skip button, episode replays can get very tedious very quickly. The only trophy that cannot be missed is EP1: Made it to the end which will be awarded at the end of episode one regardless of your performance during the story. Everything else can be missed if you answer any of the puzzles incorrectly, answer any of the case review questions incorrectly, or pick the wrong culprit. If you do get something wrong though, you can press and quit to the game’s main menu immediately upon being notified that you are wrong. You should be able to resume before the puzzle, case review, or whodunnit you got wrong and will be able to try again. The only trophies you can still miss this way are the Fastest Answer trophies, but these can easily be mopped up on every episode’s first puzzle once you know the answer. All of the trophies must be unlocked during story mode. While there is a Puzzle Compendium you can access to replay puzzles after beating an episode’s story mode, doing so will not unlock any gold medal related trophies. That’s really all there is to the game. All trophies must be unlocked in story mode, and if you miss any, you have to replay most, if not all, of that episode. The game is fairly simple and straightforward outside of those two stipulations. Step 1: Play through all six episodes. Either use the Complete Episode Walkthrough straight away and get all the trophies in one go, or go without and play for fun but risk needing some replays. Step 2: Mop up. If needed, replay any of the episodes you missed trophies in.
  15. http://i1153.photobucket.com/albums/p520/Theophobos/Sacred3TrophyGuideHeader_zps17ddad70.jpg If you stumbled upon this guide via websearch and aren't a member of PlaystationTrophies.org, please feel free to join our ever growing community! http://i1153.photobucket.com/albums/p520/Theophobos/t_roadmap_zps14af20cd.jpg http://i1153.photobucket.com/albums/p520/Theophobos/t_overview_zpsd3c214a1.jpg Estimated trophy difficulty: 3 (personal estimate) (Platinum Difficulty Rating) Offline trophies: 32 (18(B), 11(S), 3(G)) Online trophies: 10 (7(B), 1(S), 1(G), 1(P)) Approximate amount of time to Platinum: 30-50 hours (60 hours without boosting) (Estimated Time to Platinum) Minimum number of playthroughs: 2 + numerous mission replays Number of missable trophies: None, mission replays Glitched trophies: 1, plus 2 that sort of glitch (see the Glitched Trophies section) Does difficulty affect trophies?: Yes, one playthrough on Legend and one on Deity Do trophies stack?: No Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No known cheat codes Additional peripherals: 2 controllers are needed to get the Platinum http://i1153.photobucket.com/albums/p520/Theophobos/t_controls_zps9fc2ee7f.jpg : Standard attack, hold for continuous attack; mission loading: buy potions : Bash, hold for charged bash; map: zoom : Roll : Interact (wheels, devices, exit mission etc.); grab enemy : Light combat art : Heavy combat art : Execution : Battle prayer (multiplayer only) : Movement : Potion wheel : In-game: HUD showing mission, difficulty and total amount of gold; map/mission result: help : Menu : Use potion, doesn't matter which button on D-Pad http://i1153.photobucket.com/albums/p520/Theophobos/t_introduction_zps945677df.jpg This is the third instalment of Sacred, hence the 3 in the name. But that's about everything this game has in common with its two predecessors. Bad news first: if you were looking for a game that follows in the tradition of Sacred 2, you're out of luck. A lot has changed in Ancaria. After developer Ascaron, who created Sacred and Sacred 2, had to file for insolvency in 2009, the trademark rights for the Sacred series were transferred to publisher Deep Silver who hired a new team to work on Sacred 3. That team did a fairly good job under the circumstances but the resulting Sacred 3 had practically nothing in common with Sacred 2. On its own, Sacred 3 does have some potential and is actually fun to play but unfortunately the game remains rather unpopular. The trophy guide is organized to offer an efficient playthrough with boosting from the get-go. The trophies are organized in 3 categories: Progress related: Story or level related Multiplayer: These are trophies you either should try in multiplayer or that are multiplayer only Misc: Can be done online or offline http://i1153.photobucket.com/albums/p520/Theophobos/glitchedtrophies_zpsf798ade9.jpg This concerns primarily the Perfectionist trophy. If you max out a DLC character like the Malakhim before any main game character, the trophy won't unlock after having maxed out all 4 main game characters. It's been confirmed by several players. It's ok to level a DLC character to 50 and to buy skills. Just don't buy every skill until you got the trophy and you're good. Hopefully a patch will fix that soon. Two other trophies might be a little glitched: One For All and Bodyguard. These might not unlock the moment you meet the requirements but a bit later so don't be afraid, they'll eventually unlock. See trophy descriptions for further information. http://i1153.photobucket.com/albums/p520/Theophobos/t_walkthroughUC_zpsfc030c9a.jpg There's basically 2 ways to tackle this game. Doing everything in single player except for the multiplayer trophies and boosting the game from the get-go. Latter boosting method is not only much easier, it also lowers the minimal numbers of playthroughs to 3. Even 2 if you and your boosting partner both have 2 controllers each. That's why I emphasize on this method here. Step 1: Legend playthrough with a boosting partner, both having 2 controllers As you begin, the 3 difficulties Warrior, Champion and Legend are already unlocked. Deity will unlock after you've beaten the game on one of these 3 difficulties. Sacred Ancaria needs you to play the game from start to finish on Legend difficulty. As difficulties don't stack you might as well do Legend as your first playthrough. Legend might be tough with a new character on singleplayer, but in multiplayer it's rather easy, especially if your partner(s) is/are playing a high levelled character.Head for the Trophy Boosting Thread. Note that you need 2 controllers to platinum, so chances are your boosting partner will have 2 controllers, too. The game allows for a maximum of 2 controllers per copy/console. This means that even if you possess 4 controllers, you still need a boosting partner, unless you happen to have 2 PS3's, in which case you could self-boost all online trophies. Credits to DCSemi for confirmation. In this Step you'll automatically unlock On the Line and Online Master after having finished all story missions. At the same time you'll get the two local coop trophies Couch Party and Party Like It's 1999. You'll also probably unlock Leading by Example. Some of the single player trophies you'll also earn in this step. Besides the 2 character level trophies Ding! and Regular, the 2 mission related trophies Welcome to Ancaria and Journey's End you'll unlock the afore mentioned Sacred Ancaria, the 2 story-related trophies Speak No Evil and Ashen to Ashes and most likely Tons of Damage. Step 2: Deity playthrough Here you'll go for the Sacred Savior. Before tackling deity run you might want to upgrade the health potions to max amount and max regen. It kinda helps on deity. See also the potion trick described under Sacred Savior. If you haven't unlocked the three trophies One For All, Bodyguard and Medic! in your Legend run, you might unlock them in this step as teamwork is important on Deity. You'll more than likely also unlock Experienced for reaching level 30. Step 3: Mop up In this step you'll basically go for all other trophies except Perfectionist (see Step 4). Note that for the 4 character related trophies Complete level X with character Y you just need to play that specific level with the mentioned character. No need for a full playthrough. Multi Culti and Girls' Night Out you can get by playing side missions. Zane's Bane is best played on Warrior difficulty. Step 4: Grinding for Perfectionist This is the most time consuming Step and should be kept for last.
  16. Overview: Estimated trophy difficulty: Vote in the http://www.ps3trophies.org/forum/resogun/216711-platinum-difficulty-rating.html thread. Offline trophies: 34 (19(B), 9(S), 5(G), 1(P)) Online trophies: 0 Approximate amount of time to platinum: 6-10 hours (highly skill dependant) Minimum number of playthroughs: 3 (4 or 5 is suggested) Number of missable trophies: 0 Glitched trophies: N/A Does difficulty affect trophies?: Yes Do trophies stack?: Yes Do cheat codes disable trophies?: N/A Walkthrough: Although it is entirely possible to platinum the game in three playthroughs it is highly unlikely. The reason being that one of the three playthroughs requires you to play without losing all of your lives, which is very hard to do, let alone on the first time through the game with a ship. Three or four playthroughs on Experienced and one on Veteran is the best way to go about platting the game. To start out with, you will be able to choose from Rookie, Experienced, and Veteran difficulties (Easy, Normal, Hard). Unless you are truly dominant at the genre there is no reason to start out on the hardest difficulty, since you have to play through the game at least three times anyway. It’s best to just get your bearings and a feel of the game by starting on Experienced with either Nemesis of Ferox. Try and save as many humans as possible but don’t obsess over it. If you can’t save them all in one go it’s fine; you’ll be clearing the levels several times again. Despite not having a difficulty rating themselves, I’d say that Phobs is the hardest to use correctly, while Ferox is the easiest and Nemesis is somewhere in between. After you’ve beaten the game once you can either move on to Veteran immediately with the ship you just used—now that you are accustomed to it—try a different ship on the same difficulty, or brave a new difficulty with a ship you haven’t tried. I personally suggest playing through Experienced again with another ship to see if you like it more. In the end you’ll save yourself time and frustration on Veteran if you’re well versed in how to use a ship you enjoy. Once you’ve gotten two playthroughs out of the way you should be used to the games mechanics and start to hone your skills. Make extra effort to go for every human and master survival. If all goes well you should have saved all of the humans in at least 3 or 4 of the maps by the time you finish your third playthrough. If you haven’t finished Veteran difficulty already you should get it out of the way and immediately start on the 1CC trophy. Although I suggest using Phobos you should use whatever one you feel most confident about for it. If you find yourself struggling be sure to refer to each level’s respective trophy walkthrough. The last trophies you should really put a lot of effort into are Masterful dodger of revenge bullets and stuff alike and 15x multiplier, along with any of the cleanup. Step 1 Beat the game with your ship of choice on Experienced difficulty Since you will have to beat the game with all three ships on two separate difficulties, it doesn’t really matter which one you do it with first. Just be sure that you complete it in one sitting from start (Level 1- Acis), to finish (Level 5- Mefitis), without exiting the game for any reason; otherwise you will not earn each respective ship trophy. If you are new to the genre or not that great at it I would suggest playing with Ferox, since it is the most straight forward and easy to use. For most people I suggest playing on Experienced difficulty in order to prepare you for your following playthroughs. Rookie can instill bad habits and won’t teach you the attack patterns or timing that you will need. By the end of this playthrough you should have unlocked the following trophies: Conqueror You have completed basic training! Carry on, nothing to see here Elected Official Certified electrician Store no more Winter is not coming Cool trophy! Denied Savior Fire (1+4)x and whichever ship trophy Step 2 Beat the game with your second ship on Experienced It’s best to try out at least one more ship on Experienced difficulty. You might find that you enjoy it more and it will give you much needed practice on the difficulty, which you’ll need for 1CC. Step 3 Beat Veteran with one of the previous ships Hopefully you enjoyed playing with one or both of the previous ships and can now move on to Veteran. I highly suggest beating Veteran with one you’ve already learned the ins and outs of, rather than trying a brand new one on Veteran just to avoid an extra playthrough. Veteran is a good deal harder than Experienced and requires you to know what you’re doing with your ship. It is important to note that if you clear Veteran in co-op you will not unlock Master. This will require you to either find someone with Master unlocked and play co-op with them, or re-clearing Veteran for a second time. By the end of this playthrough you should have unlocked the following trophies: The true RESOGUN starts here... Step 4 Beat the game with the third ship and go for any remaining Savior trophies Now that Veteran is done you can get the third ship out of the way and try and really focus on saving humans. Check your trophy list to see which levels you haven’t saved them all in and really work hard to get them all during this playthrough, so you won’t have to worry about it very much during your 1CC playthrough and just focus on surviving. By the end of this playthrough you should have unlocked the following trophies: Humanist Savior of Acis Savior of Ceres Savior of Decima Savior of Febris Savior of Mefitis Step 5 Beat the game on Experienced without losing all of your lives (co-op highly suggested) This is the real challenge of the game. It will just take a lot of patience, practice, and resilience to get done. The best way to ensure your success is to get all of the extra lives and bombs in each level and enter level 5 with at least 3 lives and 3 bombs. This will give you a lot of wiggling room since there are two bonus lives in Mefitis that you will really need, because it is the hardest level by a wide margin. If you don’t get the free life in the first level and/or you die in it, just restart and don’t bother. You want to go into level 2 with at least 3 lives and all of your bombs. After a lot of trial and error you will eventually get the trophy out of the way. Don’t hesitate to try out different strategies and ships to find the sweet spot that works best for you. The safest way to get the trophy is by playing in co-op with a decent partner. Enemies don't gain any additional health or numbers while playing with a partner so there is no real drawback for playing with someone else. The best part is that even if one of you loses all of your lives you won't negate the trophy, so long as your partner finishes the level. The person that lost all of their lives will even regain 2 lives and 2 bombs at the start of following level. Please use the co-op partners thread if you are looking for someone to do it with. Step 6 Beat a level on Master Note: You must beat Veteran on Single Player to unlock Master difficulty. This is also surprisingly challenging at first because enemies shoot back at you when you destroy them. It can be jarring and requires you to play completely differently than normal. The projectiles travel really slow and not very far, but it means you can’t be within close proximity of them when they die. Simply play with Phobos for a quick clear and use Overdrive on the inner layer of the boss to instantly kill it. If you aren’t comfortable with Phobos then Ferox is the next best bet. Nemesis is really difficult in the first level because its kill speed is far too slow without at least four or five missile upgrades, forcing you to rely even more heavily on boost killing. By the end of this playthrough you should have unlocked the following trophies: Masterful dodger of revenge bullets and stuff alike Step 7 Cleanup the remaining trophies With all of the playthrough trophies out of the way you can now focus on the cleanup, which most likely will be very little due to the nature of the trophy list. The only ones that often take additional some effort are collecting all of the humans, 15x multiplier, and reach a boss with boost only. Chances are very good that you obtained rest of the miscellaneous trophies through regular play. By the end of this playthrough you should have unlocked the following trophies: Micromanagement How do I stop this thing?! Congratulations on your driver’s licence! O to the D (5+5)x (10+1.5+3.5)x Let fly! To the max! Power Savior Fire I came, I saw, I blew stuff up
  17. Another guide has been chosen as the preferred guide for this game. This thread has been closed and is not maintained and as a result may contain outdated or incorrect information. Please follow the link below for the preferred guide. *Direct link to stickied guide* Overview: -Estimated trophy difficulty: 7.5 (Platinum Thread) -offline: 42 (1 plat, 3 gold, 12 silver, 26 bronze) -online: none -Downloadable Content: none right now -Approx. hours to completion: according to my playtime: 50-60 hours -Minimum playthroughs needed: 2.5 (counting both characters as one) -Number of missable trophies: 9 (one of the tutorials, Aren't WE precocious?, Secret Arts FTW! Literally..., That's pretty steamy..., Hours, Persons, Doors, From the Depths of R'lyeh, Evil only hurts if you let it, Hey, You're not sea foam yet?!, But I only have two hands!) -Glitched trophies: N/A -Cheat Codes: Nope! -Does difficulty affect trophies? Yes,Thousand Flowers of Darkness, and ascendancy of the Oboro Style. Road Map First trophy guide ever! Exciting. If you've ever play Odin Sphere, you should have kind of an idea about what you're getting into. Playthrough 1: Legend difficulty Choose which character you want to play first. Personally, I like Momohime because her moveset is geared to dps rather than straight strength. Whomever you pick... have a blast. You should get the tutorial and chapter based trophies. While doing this step, fully investigate the map of each area. TALK TO EVERY MONKEY (they will help with the That's Pretty Steamy...) While attempting this step, go for the Change in Management trophy as well as the Hours, Persons, Doors (check the individual trophies explanation). Also, try for the Evil Only Hurts if you Let It trophy. Also, get the Secret Arts FTW! on one of the bosses Now, beat it with the other character. Be sure to turn directly around after the control explanation and check the barrier for the Aren't WE precocious? trophy. Once again.... Check the monkeys and every screen of every map. Once you beat the first boss for each character, go through all the caves of evil and newly unlocked white barrier areas. Doing this will net you some solid levels, swords, and accessories. Also, buy everything every single merchant has with both characters. Once you've bested all the new white areas and the caves of evil, you should be good to go to fight the "hidden" boss. Equip the Descent into Misery and Threads of Fate to activate both character's 'secret' boss. After that, you should be good to go and might have to forge a few more blades. Once you have the Oboro Muramasa, equip that and both the Descent into Misery and he Threads of Fate to ping the "But I only have two Hands" trophy. Equip your best blades (along with the Oboro) and fight the "Suuper"secret boss to ping the Beware the Words of the Mad and the A New Hope trophies. BAM! You can potentially knock out 33 trophies. Now go through all of the previous boss areas for each character again for bonus items and BANG! You should get Accessories for Every Occasion. Go ride a ferry (doesn't matter which one) twice and fight the sea monster. Equip a small blade because the monster dies via quantity and not quality. (9-10 tentacles destroyed should do the trick.) Now ride a ferry again (maybe twice) and you should meet "The mermaid". She'll give you an unlimited bronze mirror. BANG! You just got From the Depths of R'lyeh and Hey, You're not sea foam yet?! Now you can have 37 potentially completed. Go and binge eat in the game. Visit every restaurant and everything off their menue. After the 18th thing you eat off of the menue completely, you should unlock the You're Already Fed trophy. Go fight the last boss of one of the characters on Chaos to unlock Fury mode. Playthrough 2: Fury Mode It sucks. Fury mode sucks. Big time..... You have to beat the game completely unscathed. If your sword breaks? Too bad! Dead. If you did not unlock the "Change in Management" trophy, you will be forced to..... Tip: DON'T FREAK OUT! Freaking out is bad. Very bad. I've beaten Demon's Souls (not 100% :/) and it was bad! Stay calm and always know where your towel is. Do not play the game when tired as that will just increase frustration. DO NOT play it on a moving vehicle as that might make you mess up with a jerk of the vehicle. Try to get as perfect conditions as possible and go into the game as "I'm going to die... A lot". With that in mind: You can do it. Just beat it. Go from boss to boss and decimate it. Although you have to get all 108 swords to unlock the Thousand Flowers of Darkness and Ascendancy of the Oboro Style. Playthrough 2.5(kinda): under three hour run pick your best character in a new legend game and set aside less than three hours of your day. Save only when needed because that could screw you over. Keep level grinding to a minimum and keep lots of healing items. You can do it. The 1.75 playthrough method: This would suck big time BUT it can be done. Beat the game in under 3 hours on Chaos to unlock both Fury mode and the Can't you go any faster?! trophy. Do the other trophies in fury mode. I DON'T RECOMMEND IT [This is still being worked on ]
  18. Overview: - Estimated trophy difficulty: 10/10 (Platinum Difficulty Rating) - Approximate Time To Platinum: 110+ hours - Trophy Breakdown: (48(B), 5(S), 2(G), 1(P)) - Offline: (47(B), 5(S), 2(G)) - Online: 0 - Ad-Hoc: (1(B)) - Missable Trophies: None - Minimum Playthroughs Needed: 1 - Difficulty Affects Trophies: No difficulty settings - Glitched Trophies: N/A - Do Cheats Disable Trophies?: No, passwords can be used. NOTE: Trophies only pop after their respective titles are earned (can only happen in Quest Summary screen or in Kariyo Port). If you're going to grind out a trophy, finish the quest every once in a while instead of just grinding and waiting endlessly for the trophy to pop. Step 1) Complete chapters 1-9. Play through the quests with the lock icon in each chapter to unlock the arcana quests (indicated by the little arcana stone next to it) and finish those to move on to the next chapter. It is recommended that you complete all the quests in order instead of trying to rush through to the arcana quests as the EXP, items and gold that you gain will make you significantly stronger and the game far less frustrating. Whenever a Master Guardian is defeated, you can create an Ultimate Card for them using the Blacksmith in town if you have the correct components (do all the quests and you'll have plenty). When the Mana gauge is maxed these unleash Ultimate Attacks when + is pressed and will help out immensely (dealing massive damage and stunning, casting Regen on your party etc). Another huge help from the blacksmith is creating better weapons and armor from monster cores and items. In some cases these can more than double your stats! There is a counter to the left of the blacksmith with a regular shop and an Alchemy Shop. If you pick the bottom option in the Alchemy Shop, you can create materials for creating better weapons and armor from all those items you harvest! As you progress through the story, new mercenaries will enter town (see Gathering of Brave Souls), fulfill their requests and let them join you. You can have three in your party at one time and in the worst case scenario, they will at least distract enemies and take damage in your stead. You will, however, want them out of your party for the last four or five quests as the mercenary level cap is 100 and they become a burden. When you fight monsters that have more than one lock-on point so keep this in mind: A grey circle means no weakness/resistant, yellow circle means stun-point, red circle means weak-spot and a blue circle means part can be destroyed. Other than just in order to get rare items and the formerly blue circle sometimes becoming a weak-spot, some of the enemies’ attacks can no longer be used. Sometimes after completing quests there are special guild quests in red that will occasionally appear underneath the story quests, try to do those when you can but they are not required for the Lord of All Extreme Challenges trophy, but they can provide you with silver medals for step 2, as well as being mandatory for filling in the monster library. One last note in this step: all quests (except for the non-rated arcana stone quests) will always be accessible (mercenary requests get added into the chapter list), so you don’t have to worry about not being able to go back. Between the Blacksmith and the Guild Hall is the Conquest Hall in which there is a sim mini-game (See Dispatch Officer). Because you have to send them out for 125 quests worth of conquests, it’s better to start this earlier. Step 2) Grind password quests to get 700 silver medals (see password list). Go to the Arcana Hall and buy the Chapter ∞ weapon set, then complete Chapter ∞. Some of the quests in this chapter can only be accepted using a certain weapon. The Chapter ∞ weapon set will give you the top S rank weapons (un-upgraded) of each type. Work toward getting the items required to create 10 S ranked weapons of each type, 10 S ranked armor and helmets and the 5 S ranked orbs. Once you have A rank or S rank weapons, most can be upgraded if you choose the bottom option when talking to the blacksmith. You do need to have the 10 S ranked items at one time to get the trophy, becasue of this you will have to recreate certain weapons/armors that you have already upgraded. Step 3) Go back for S-ranks to work towards Lord of All Extreme Challenges. Replay any quests you did not get an S-rank in (quest ratings are all visible on the quest acceptance page). Once this is done aim to complete Chapter ∞ then S rank it. I had S-ranked Chapter ∞ at level 125, to give an idea of the level required. Complete the password quests and the guild quests currently assigned to finish the monster library. Step 3.5) Get the Ad-Hoc trophy (Team Slayer) if you can. You'll need to play more to level up anyway so it's best do it earlier rather than later! Step 4) Grinding to MAX level and clean-up. Use weapon styles and arts you haven't used (including Element Arts) and max yourself out all the way to level 200 for player level, 6 per weapon style and 25 for Element Arts. In the <Arcana Hall>, there is a portal that through which you can exchange gold medals for EXP (character, weapon, or element!), which will reduce some grinding. You can sometimes receive them from the <Conquest Hall> after completing guild quests (red quests that randomly appear below the story quests), through maxing mercenary friendships and by playing password quests for the first time. Ideally you should use the medals for your character level as it requires the most grind. If for some reason you haven't created your Ultimate Cards, do that in this step as well as the other miscellaneous clean-up such as the "do things X number of times" type trophies.
  19. Overview: Estimated trophy difficulty: http://www.ps3trophies.org/forum/dragons-crown/205455-platinum-difficulty-rating.html Offline trophies: 49 (38 , 7 , 3 , 1 ) Online trophies: 0 Approximate amount of time to platinum: 70-90 hours (varies based on platform, personal skill, online/offline play, main character choice, and leveling methods) Minimum number of playthroughs: 8 Number of missable trophies: 0 Glitched trophies: Losing connection during online co-op can cause you to lose earned talismans needed for the Talismaster trophy, and experience for Paragon. Do trophies stack?: N/A Do cheat codes disable trophies?: N/A Walkthrough: By default you must start the game on Normal difficulty which has a level cap of 35. You will not have the option to change it until your second playthrough, but even then you can only choose between the current difficulty (Hard) and the previous one. Because of this you will have to play through the main story on your primary character no less than three times, in order to get all three difficulty and speed kill related trophies. In reality it will amount to far more than three on your main character, due to the need to grind up to level 99. Your first order of business will be choosing which character will suit your play style best. Ideally the first one you play with will be a perfect match, but don't worry if it isn't. After leveling your first character and collecting numerous higher level NPC allies, equipment, and knowledge of the game, subsequent playthroughs will be substantially faster and easier. This allows you to level up a new character in a fraction of the time, which you will need to do anyway for the platinum. I suggest reading over the character specific trophies to get a grasp of their abilities, as well as the in game bio's. Because there are no missable trophies and the game requires at least 8 playthroughs to platinum it, the majority of the work comes in the form of being organized and having a plan. You will want to complete all 50 quests on your main character in order to acquire the most skill points possible, rather than splitting them up across several characters. This will in turn make the Infernal clear and Labyrinth of Chaos less difficult, as well as the Ancient Dragon speed kills. In general the NPC allies are very ineffective against equal or higher level opponents. They often stop attacking, use skills and potions at terrible times, stand in fire and are all around incompetent. They also have their equipment break very quickly and unfortunately there is no way to repair it, or select a new set of gear while fighting. This can hinder chain stage running that rewards the best experience and items. They are, however, extremely powerful when fighting lower level monsters. This makes them perfect for speed leveling new characters. Nine times out of ten you will be better off playing in a random online co-op room than you would be with NPC allies alone. The only danger of doing this is you run the risk of disconnecting from a room, and losing all your experience you've gained while in it. Although doing as many stages in a row will result in optimal experience and item gains, I suggest leaving if you aren't the host of the room and are at around 2-3 million score. You can tell if you are the host because you will not see a "Waiting for host player" message between stages. Lastly, you should always be keeping track of which special food ingredients you eat at the camps, that become available in the second half of your first playthrough. Check the Gourmand trophy for a list of all 11 of the rare foods. The regular ingredients aren't really worth noting because you can replay all three camps solely for them without much effort, after the rare ones are out of the way. Step 1 Beat the game on Normal difficulty Before you begin playing you should remember to always get the appropriate bonus experience prayer at Canaan Temple. You get a new one on each difficulty. The first one is Adventurer's Boon (10% bonus), the second is Explorer's Boon (25% bonus), and the third and final one is Trailblazer's Boon (50% bonus). You can only have one prayer active at a time, so don't overwrite it with another prayer that you don't need. For your first playthrough you should focus on learning how to control your character, how the enemies behave, how to maintain your bags of equipment, and getting strong NPC allies. The best NPC allies are versions of PC characters that you get from picking up bones during online play, so it is a good idea to get at least 8-10 solid ones before the end of your first playthrough. Doing so will help you progress a great deal. The first eleven quests become available after you clear the first nine stages of the game, but half require replaying Route A of the stage. This isn't worth the effort until you've obtained all 9 talismans and need to level up. Aside from "Henritta's Automatic Doll", none of the quests can be immediately completed on the first playthrough without replaying a stage or doing multiple of them. These are the five quests you should have active until you reach the Mage's Tower when the B Routes open up: Beastmaster Morgan's Web Must Love Hellhounds The Owlbear Menace Search and Resurrection These five quests are just five of the "non-stage specific" quests in the game, that can be completed in any stage of the game that an enemy is found. Since you are trying to be as efficient as possible you should have these five active until you are ready to clear the B Routes for Mage's Tower and Lost Woods. If you haven't completed two or more by the time you reach that point in the game, deactivate "Search and Resurrection" and "Beastmaster" and replace them with "Henritta's Automatic Doll" and "Forest Clearing". Do not worry about losing any progress in them because it is saved regardless of if they are active or not. You should have at least two or three of the quests completed by the time you've gotten all the Talismans. You'll most likely be somewhere between level 25 and 32 at that time, meaning you will need to level and gear up a bit more before you can tackle the final boss. Rather than completing all the leftover quests now, you should focus on chaining together B Routes for optimal experience. They are worth more completion bonus and are almost all shorter than A Routes, so it's a quicker way of getting to the level cap. I suggest doing this online in hopes of acquiring a high level NPC ally to help you dispatch the Ancient Dragon easily. Step 2 Level up in Hard A Routes, complete quests, and/or power level your second character (if you are on the PS3 and have two controllers.) Once you beat the game you will be at a serious level disadvantage when it comes to the stages on Hard Mode. The lowest level B Route is a staggering 15 levels higher than the max level on Normal. Rather than just diving into the B Routes and dying repeatedly you should power level your second character, only if you are playing on the PS3 with two controllers. For Vita owners and everyone else you can disregard power leveling. If you don't have two controllers, are on Vita, or don't want to power level your characters, skip the spoiler below. [spoiler=step 2]To power level a new character simply create a new one of your choice using the Player 1 controller, then load up your main character using the Player 2 controller. Bring two NPC allies with you and complete the quests you have for each stage available. Don’t even worry about your second character at all. Let it die and don’t even use money for a continue, because it will still receive EXP and talismans for each stage. Doing all of this will net you some alright experience and the much needed skill points you need for Hard and beyond. You can either stop after you reach the B Routes or get the entire playthrough out of the way now. Just be sure to always have the appropriate quests active for each stage, otherwise you are missing out on valuable experience and skill points. If you choose to get the entire playthrough out of the way you should be somewhere around level 41 or 42 when all is said and done. Just the right level for doing Hard mode. Plus you will have unlocked an additional 11 quests that you can start to do on Hard. The alternative to power leveling a second character is chaining together as many A Route stages as possible in Hard online co-op, while snagging talismans whenever your group can manage it. Once you’re around level 50 move to Step 3.
  20. Banner by Setsuna Road Map: Overview:
 
Estimated trophy difficulty: 4/10 (Platinum Difficulty Thread)
Trophy Breakdown (Offline): 53 (42 / 8 / 2 / 1 )
Trophy Breakdown (Online): 0
Approximate amount of time to : 100 hours (Estimated Time to Platinum)
Minimum number of playthroughs: 3
Number of missable trophies: 5 (称号制覇 (Conquest of Titles) , スピードゲーマー (Speed Gamer) , 宝箱コレクター (Treasure Chest Collector) , 低レベルクリア (Low Level Clear) , 五色の英雄 (Five Colored Heroes) )
Glitched trophies: None Does difficulty affect any trophies: Yes, there is one title needed for 称号制覇 (Conquest of Titles) that requires you to fight 233 battles on ハード (Hard) difficulty or above, but otherwise not Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No cheat codes Introduction: Tales of Innocence R is the first game of the Tales series on PlayStation Vita and was released in Japan in January 2012. To date, this game has not been localized to English unlike the second game, Tales of Hearts R, which was released in Japan in March 2013 and in the west in November 2014. Similar to Tales of Hearts R, it is part of the Reimagination project (that's why there is an R in the name). Two new playable characters were added compared to the original Nintendo DS game which also is Japan-only. If you need help with translations or the game sequence, you will find additional information and a walkthrough in the FAQ (to uploaded at a later date). Walkthrough: To earn the for this game, three playthroughs are required: One regular playthrough, a speedrun playthrough, and a playthrough where you have to beat the game while being below a certain level. Step 1: First Playthrough The first playthrough is foremost to enjoy the story. During this playthrough, you should start working on some long-term trophies, most importantly the bond trophies (see イリアとの絆 (Bond With Iria) ). The bond trophies are regarding Ruca's bond to the other characters, but not between the other characters. In skits, you have sometimes the possibility to select answers which may give a bond raise. Prioritize selecting the options which give you a bond rise for Ruca. The skit and their options are included in the walkthrough. Once Kongwai joins the party, keep him in the party the whole time as he has to learn all artes for a trophy which he does by being hit from the artes when the enemies cast them. With Iria, use the arte サーチガルド {Search Gald} to find extra Gald, and with Ange or Hermana, use the arte ローバーアイテム {Robber Item} to steal items from the enemy. Use both artes every now and then. While there are trophies for using these artes 250 times and 500 times respectively, they are useful beyond reaching this amount, so you can set shortcuts for these characters when they are in your party. The cooking trophy for reaching max cooking level will take extra amount of effort if you start cooking late, so I recommend cooking after battles whenever you can. See the recipe section in the FAQ for how to learn all recipes. There are side quests alongside the story which reward you with titles for the characters. Most involve just triggering a scene at certain places, so they are fairly easy to do. You do not need to do them now, but can focus on them in another playthrough. If you choose to do some side quests during your first playthrough, you can follow the list of missable titles in the 称号制覇 (Conquest of Titles) trophy which are rewarded for missable side quests. A few side quests are exclusive to New Game+, so you can choose to do everything in one playthrough (the next one) or do those now whichever you can. You can find the details for the side quests in the walkthrough as well. Make sure you learn and equip the ability サブエクス (Sub Experience) with each character for 360 AP so that they earn the full experience points even if they are not in your main party. Once you have obtained your airship, you can uncover the whole world map for an easy trophy. During Step 1 you will earn these trophies: 初めてのガードカウンター (First Guard Counter) 初めてのミッション (First Mission) 敵を2000体撃破 (Defeated 2,000 Enemies) 世界踏破 (Travelling All Over the World) 初めての温泉 (First Hot Spring) 狙撃手撃破 (Defeated the Sniper) 魔界の魔物を撃破 (Defeated the Spirit World Goblin) ギガンテス撃破 (Defeated Gigantes) 用心棒撃破 (Defeated the Bodyguard) 闇の住人を撃破 (Defeated the Dweller of Darkness) チトセ撃破 (Defeated Chitose) シアン撃破 (Defeated Sian) ガードル撃破 (Defeated Gardle) アルベール撃破 (Defeated Albert) ハスタ撃破 (Defeated Hasta) マティウス撃破 (Defeated Mathias) Step 2: Preparations for the Next Playthrough After beating the game for the first time, save your clear save file. You can overwrite your normal save file as you can continue to play with it post-game which you should do before starting the second playthrough. Before you start farming for Grade, make sure you do the side quest to obtain Ruca's Fell Arm weapon 魔剣ネビリム (Demon Sword Nebilim). See 低レベルクリア (Low Level Clear) for details how to obtain it. You will need this weapon for the Low Level playthrough later, so equip this weapon for Ruca and keep it equipped so it can gain in strength. But before doing the Low Level playthrough, it is recommended to do most other missing trophies first in the Speedrun playthrough. You can try to do the Bonus Dungeon already, but it is easier to do in the second playthrough with a few Grade Shop options unlocked, especially earning more EXP after battles. You will likely have not enough Grade yet to inherit everything important to the next playthrough. See the Grade Shop section in the FAQ for how to obtain Grade efficiently: LINK. (to be uploaded later) You need 2,000 Grade for the next step and 3,550 Grade for the real second playthrough, but you may need more depending on what you want to inherit. You can combine earning Grade with cooking to work on your cooking levels. Step 3: Monster Book Collector and Skit Collector Start a new playthrough using the Grade Shop, but this is not the real second playthrough yet. Instead you can earn two collection trophies easily. Select the option モンスター図鑑全解放 (Unlock Full Monster Book) for 1,000 Grade and start the game. When the trophy for the Monster Book unlocks, exit to the main menu and go to the Grade Shop again. Select the option スキットプレイヤー全解放 (Unlock Full Skit Player) for 1,000 Grade this time and start the game. You can also choose both options at once if you have 2,000 Grade at hand (which you should have). When the trophy for the skits unlocks, exit to the main menu and go to the Grade Shop again. Proceed with the next step. During Step 3 you will earn these trophies: モンスター図鑑コレクター (Monster Book Collector) スキットコレクター (Skit Collector)
  21. Thanks to Ashbo82 for the banner. Overview: Estimated trophy difficulty: 1/10 (Personal Estimate) (Platinum Difficulty Rating) Offline trophies: 12 (11(G), 1(P)) Online trophies: 0 Approximate amount of time to Platinum: 15 min (Personal Estimate) (Estimated Time to Platinum) Minimum number of playthroughs: 1 Number of missable trophies: 0 Glitched trophies: 0 Does difficulty affect trophies?: No Do trophies stack?: Yes, there are 6 stacks. NA PS4/Vita, EU PS4/Vita and HK PS4/Vita. Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No Additional peripherals required?: No Introduction: Jack N' Jill DX is developed by Rohan Narang and is the latest game in the ever-expanding porting library of Ratalika Games. As to be expected by Ratalika at this point, it's an easy and fast platinum that's also cross-buy with multiple stacks. The game itself is a simple looking, one button platformer. Where you play as Jack (or Jill) and are trying to find you partner who has gone missing. There is a total of 140 levels, however you only need to play 20 for the platinum. There are also minigames and costumes to unlock. Walkthrough Step 1: Finish world 1 Playing though the first world will net you all the trophies not related to minigames. Trophies earned in this step: I found you! See you in the next life You need to start somewhere I need a break I'm a poor peasant Am I rich now? This is bouncy Step 2: Minigames After finishing world 1, you will have unlocked the first minigame. Play the minigame by paying 100 coins and farm tickets until you have 25. You will get 25 tickets in 1-2 games, then you need to head over to the store and buy an outfit. Trophies earned in this step: It's Minigame time! This is fun Is this money? There is too much stuff here Platinum Jack N' Jill
  22. Overview: Estimated trophy difficulty: 2/10 (Platinum Difficulty Rating) Offline trophies: 15 (2(B), 1(S), 11(G), 1(P)) Online trophies: 0 Approximate amount of time to Platinum: 20 - 30mins (Estimated Time to Platinum) Minimum number of playthroughs: 1 Number of missable trophies: None Glitched trophies: None Does difficulty affect trophies?: No Do trophies stack?: Yes. The game has 7 stacks: NA PS4 & Vita, EU PS4 & Vita, Asia PS4 & Vita and Asia Retail Vita. Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No cheats available. Additional peripherals required?: No Introduction: In Foxyland, you play as Foxy Fox as he sets out to rescue his girlfriend. It is a very simple 2D platformer that won't take you more than 30mins to finish but in true Ratalaika fashion, you don't even have to finish the game - just the first 20 levels. Walkthrough: Step 1: Play the game Playing though the game once will net you all of the trophies except the one requiring you to buy something from the shop, which is easily done after finishing the required 20 levels unless you actively avoid cherries. If you get stuck at any point, there is a full walkthrough under Adventure begins.
  23. Uppers (Vita) Trophy Guide & Roadmap Overview: Estimated trophy difficulty: 4/10 Offline trophies: 36 (20(B), 10(S), 5(G), 1(P)) Online trophies: 0 Approximate amount of time to platinum: 140-200 hours Minimum number of playthroughs: 1 (You'll need to replay stages for panty slots & love letters) Number of missable trophies: 0 Glitched trophies: 0 Does difficulty affect trophies?: No Do trophies stack?: N/A Do cheat codes disable trophies?:N/A Additional peripherals required?: N/A Trophy Guide: http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/4789/526.jpg*We are UPPERS* Obtain all available trophies. Standard stuff, obtain all other trophies. http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/4789/1e3.jpg*First Strike* Defeat 1 grunt. Simply defeat any enemy and this will pop. http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/4789/c95.jpg*Whirlwind* Activate Panty Slots. Activate panty slots by pressing down on the d-pad while standing next to the girls. http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/4789/767.jpg*First Pick-up* Get 1 Love Letter. Complete a request from any girl. If she is satisfied she might drop a love letter. This will pop after you claim it with the circle button. http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/4789/a9c.jpg*Address Collector* Get 30 Love Letters. Exactly like first pick-up but get 29 more. http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/4789/e5e.jpg*It's My First Time* Make one girl dazed on the appreciation screen. Go to girl menu press start on on a queen (or other girl?) make a ring of hearts appear, Matsuko's is in the face. http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/4789/436.jpg*Young and Foolish* Perform a Rise Up. When you start a stage you'll have the ability to do this once. Press down on the d-pad. http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/4789/66b.jpg*Angry Teens* Successfully perform an Upper Rush. Press down on the d-pad, continuously mash square or triangle. (don't use triangle unless your against a wall) Screen will slow down a button will appear on screen [X / circle / triangle / square] Press it to get this trophy. http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/4789/116.jpg*Human Cannon* Defeat Chapter 1 boss with a finisher. Press circle on a boss whose down. http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/4789/3dc.jpg*Angel Next to Me* Clear Chapter 1. Clear 1-6 http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/4789/491.jpg*Miss Dangerous* Clear Chapter 2. Clear 2-6 http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/4789/d7a.jpg*Sad Beauty* Clear Chapter 3. Clear 3-6 http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/4789/3f4.jpg*Martial Artist Model* Clear Chapter 3 Side Story. Clear 3-7 http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/4789/aa3.jpg*Casino District Beauty* Clear Chapter 4. Clear 4-6 http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/4789/c15.jpg*Local Fashion Leader* Clear Chapter 5. Clear 5-6 http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/4789/88d.jpg*Pro Secretary* Clear Chapter 6. Clear 6-6 http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/4789/459.jpg*Orthodox Student Council President* Clear Chapter 7. Clear 7-1 http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/4789/7ab.jpg*Storm of Appreciation* Reach maximum (LV5) Voltage. Voltage is the fire gauge on the left of the screen. When it hits level 5. You'll get this naturally in survival. If for whatever reason you don't have this after survival, do the infinite man levels. http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/4789/714.jpg*Power of Friendship* Perform a Friendship Upper Rush. When you enter upper rush by mashing buttons alot (in rise mode) press left or right to swap to your partner. . http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/4789/75d.jpg*Beginner's Luck* Get a match in Panty Slots. When your fighting next to a girl panty slots may appear if you don't fail it. This trophy will pop. The screen may go into cutscene mash any button repeatedly. http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/4789/439.jpg*Puppy Love* Watch every reward cutscene for 1 Queen. See King of Harlem. http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/4789/0a4.jpg*Pick-up Artist* Get 50 Love Letters. Satisfy 50 girls requests and this will pop. http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/4789/ad3.jpg*All for One* Unlock all playable characters. Ranma, Michiru, Seiya, Junya, Nicole, Nagi, Hiroshi, Max, Tenmei, Shion, Liu, Mukuro. It should pop after the main story. Daidouji is available as DLC, for an additional playable character not required though. http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/4789/65c.jpg*Theme Park* Use all map gimmicks. Indicated by a large blue circle icon on the screen. Press circle when enemy passes by. http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/4789/2c0.jpg*One Man Army* Defeat a boss with an Upper Rush. Press down on the d-pad, continuously mash square or triangle. (don't use triangle unless your against a wall) Screen will slow down a button will appear on screen [X / circle / triangle / square] Do this when a boss is low on health. Boss has red skull with a crown on it's head. http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/4789/dce.jpg*The U Team* Defeat a boss with a Friendship Upper Rush. When you enter upper rush by mashing buttons alot (in rise mode) press left or right to swap to your partner. Do this when a boss is low on health. A boss has a red skull with a crown on it's head. http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/4789/aa7.jpg*Casanova* Watch every reward cutscene for 4 Queens. A reward cutscene will occur if you max out a queens heart to maximum. which you get by playing the game with her as your support. Repeat till you've seen every cutscene. Do this for 4 girls. http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/4789/731.jpg*King of Harlem* Watch every reward cutscene for all Queens. A reward cutscene will occur if you max out a queens heart to maximum. which you get by playing the game with her as your support. Repeat till you've seen every cutscene. Do this for all 8 girls. http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/4789/ac8.jpg*Eternal Libido* Get 100 Love Letters. This is 100% of all girls in the game. Obtain a love letter from all 100 and this will pop. There are some girls who are exclusive to a certain area. Some appear multiple times. Use the Girl Database and Girl's Mission Requests to find what your missing. http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/4789/14b.jpg*Gambler* Clear all Panty Slot combinations. Use the Panty Slot Guide below. http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/4789/ba8.jpg*Untouchable* Clear the last Chapter without taking any damage. Go to chapter 7. Select a character you feel comfortable with using, i personally used Nicole. The thing that makes this annoying is that Michiru will constantly try to Rise Up against you, you need to anticipate this. What i did was lure Michiru to the wall Rise Up, smack him into the wall use Upper Rush. When his body hits the floor run away. Wait for him to use Rise up and let it fade and repeat. With a fully maxed character this will take approximately 3 rounds on normal difficultty. http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/4789/008.jpg*Breeze* Lift Shopping District's Queen skirt. While on the roaming screen, the one where you control Ranma (not in a mission stage) tap the left and right of the touchscreen with your thumbs repeatedly like a drum for a few seconds. The top and bottom screen will have blurry white lines for a few seconds. Followed by this trophy. http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/4789/b79.jpg*Mac the Knife* Defeat all bosses on the streets. Defeat all roaming bosses in the game they appear randomly. Michiru: 3-7 Seiya: 2-1 / 3-4 / 4-3 Junya: 1-5 / 3-2 Tenmei: 3-5 / 4-5 / 6-5 Max: 4-2 / 6-1 Nicole: 5-5 Shion: 4-Queen Liu: 5-2 / 6-3 Nagi: 1-7 Hiroshi: 6-Queen (秘書) Mukuro: 6-Queen (生徒手帳) http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/4789/ab5.jpg*Ino-Shika-Cho* Get "Ino-Shika-Cho" in Panty Slots. 1–6:(アッパーラッシュフィニッシュ) 5–6:(アッパーラッシュフィニッシュ) 6–6:(カウンター) http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/4789/32b.jpg*World Expo* Get "World Expo" in Panty Slots. Exclusive to the survival stage 6. (The girl with brown hair.) サバイバル6話(アッパーラッシュフィニッシュ) http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/4789/5ff.jpg*Gamer* Activate map gimmicks/special actions 10000 times. Map Gimmicks: large blue circle lure an enemy to it and press circle when prompted. Special actions: Indicated by circle prompt when within range.
  24. Banner by MikelAL93 Road Map Overview: Estimated trophy difficulty: 4/10 (Platinum Difficulty Thread) Offline trophies: 51 (38, 10, 2, 1) Online trophies: None Approximate amount of time to platinum: 110+ hours (Estimated Time to Platinum) Minimum number of playthroughs: 1 (2 recommended) Number of missable trophies: 1 (Witness to the Mystic ) Glitched trophies: None Does difficulty affect trophies?: Yes, dire foes appear only on Normal difficulty or above. Also the weakness system is disabled on Easy difficulty which will lock you out on a title progress for A Solid B . Do trophies stack?: No stackable trophies Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No cheat codes Introduction: Tales of Berseria is the eighth Tales game on PS3 and the second one on PS4, though only the PS4 version was released in the west. It is connected to the world from the previous game Tales of Zestiria as it plays in the distant past of Tales of Zestiria, though you do not need to play Tales of Zestiria to understand the story from Tales of Berseria. If you have played Tales of Zestiria and are worried about the trophies for Tales of Berseria, fear not. There are no luck-based snack making or difficulty-related defeating bosses trophies in this game. You can earn the majority of the trophies by playing the game naturally while completing side quests. There are a few trophies that require grinding and which push the total time for past the 100 hours mark, but there should not be anything overly difficult as you can play on lower difficulties and still earn the trophies (except for Easy difficulty). All trophies for this game can be gotten in a single playthrough, but since there is a trophy for reaching level 200 and EXP progress in triple digits level is very slow, it is recommended to do this with two playthroughs using the Grade Shop for New Game+. The Grade Shop can give you a 6x multiplier for your second playthrough, reaching the maximum level much, much faster. Walkthrough: Only one trophy is missable in this game, and this trophy is for seeing all Mystic Artes, from both your party and bosses. While you can trigger your party's Mystic Artes at any time after unlocking them, the ones from the bosses can be missed if you beat them without letting them use their Mystic Arte. The very first Mystic Arte from a boss is story-related, so you will know when they start using them and you can expect every major boss afterwards to have one. Although this trophy is missable, it is not highly missable as the bosses almost always use theirs at least once in battle, plus the progress carries over to New Game+ if you happen to miss one. With the exception of two bosses, every boss (who can use a Mystic Arte) has only one Mystic Arte, but see Witness to the Mystic for more details. Step 1: First Playthrough This step is first and foremost to enjoy the story. You can do side quests whenever you like as no trophy-related side quest is missable, so you can even do them all after beating the game if you wish. While you can do them as soon as they are available, I would suggest to wait until you have unlocked the geoboard. The reason is that you have to go around the world for clearing the side quests, but you also have to unlock the geoboard in every field, which you cannot do before you have unlocked the geoboard, so you need to visit every field later anyway. During the game, you can start working on some long-term battle-related grinds such as using Mystic Artes with each character 250 times for the A Solid B trophy to reduce the grind later. Except for Rokurou's Element Hunter title where you have discover 240 skills, all progress for all titles can be carried over to New Game+. Also, whenever you gain new equipment, let everyone learn its skill by equipping it. Watch skits with whenever they pop up. Keep sending your ship to external areas to obtain treasures. After beating the game, make sure you save the clear data (marked with a star) so that you can use it for the next playthrough. During Step 1 you will earn these trophies: The Beast Uncaged The Hero's Bane The Sower of Strife The Transgressor's Chains The Unquenchable Flame The Howling Calamity Velvet Crowe Step 2: Preparations for the Second Playthrough Now that you have played through the game, you will have to make preparations for the second playthrough which means you need to farm Grade now. While you can also clear side quests (if you have not done them yet), you will likely do them again in the second playthrough, for example unlocking the bonus dungeon or all arenas again for grinding levels or gald. You will need a few thousand Grade to use everything useful from the Grade Shop for the second playthrough, but luckily there is a method to amass Grade involving the Dire Foes. You will very likely have encountered some of them during your regular playthrough, so now you can defeat all five of them. See Hanging with the Hanged Man for details on Grade Farming. During Step 2 you will earn these trophies if not earlier: Hanging with the Hanged Man Bee Stinger Enough Monkeying Around Backtalker The Lindwurm Turns Step 3: Second Playthrough Select Ex New Game from the main menu and choose the following options from the Grade Shop. You will need at least 5,800 Grade for it. From the other options, you can choose what you like depending on how much Grade you still have. Carry Over Library - 0 Grade Carry Over Titles – 50 Grade Carry Over Shop Levels – 100 Grade Carry Over Equipment Proficiency – 400 Grade Carry Over Ventite – 100 Grade Carry Over Glacites – 100 Grade Carry Over Acerite / Ignicite – 100 Grade Carry Over Cooking – 50 Grade Carry Over Exploration – 50 Grade Carry Over Katz Spirits – 50 Grade Carry Over Tales Coins – 50 Grade Carry Over Special Items – 50 Grade Carry Over Fashion Items – 50 Grade Always Wandering – 250 Grade Double Experience – 700 Grade Triple Experience – 3000 Grade Double Gald – 700 Grade With the EXP multipliers, you will breeze through the game, especially if you skip all story-related cutscenes. Now you can concentrate on all side quests while playing through the game. Defeat all daemons, collect all field points for your board, clear every arena, etc. Some side quest bosses have a Mystic Arte (one has two), so make sure to see them. During Step 3 you will earn these trophies if not earlier: The Great Gorger Rangetsu Initiate The Praying Malak Follower of the Creed Magilou's Magnificent Menagerie Hope Surpassing Reason Striding Beyond the End Dawn of Darkness A Promise Made I'll Take My Board Code Red? More Like Code Dead Emergency Management Step 4: Bonus Dungeon Now is the time to clear the bonus dungeon. During the course of this dungeon, you will collect the final recipes and the final Mystic Artes for your party. During Step 4 you will earn these trophies: Ultimate Stress Relief Witness to the Mystic Chef's Soul Step 5: Grind, Grind, Grind There should not be many trophies left now, but these may take a long time to earn depending on how much you progresses towards each one of them in previous steps. While grinding towards the maximum level, make sure to earn Tales Coins. You should also learn skills from equipment if you have not learned enough for the trophies yet. Earn 20 million gald by farming the last arena over and over or by selling the materials you can get from the last Expedition islands. The biggest grind however is to bring all titles for all characters to at least level 2. During Step 5 you will earn these trophies if not earlier: The Last Level Glacite Glut A Solid B The Stone-Cold Killer The Honorable Warrior The Curious Youth The Pugnacious Skipper The Unorthodox Witch The Earnest Soldier Whetstone and Polish A Veritable Gald Mine Economic Linchpin Treasure Hunter Pirate Legend Katz Person Making a Mint Step 6: Cleanup If you have not unlocked all trophies yet, now is the time to earn the remaining ones. See the individual trophy descriptions to see how to earn them, and either earn them with your current saves or start a third playthrough if necessary. During Step 6 you will earn these trophies if not earlier: Centurion Soul Vacuum Shattered Soul Miraculous Myriad Refreshing Conversation Know Thine Enemy Champion of Berseria
  25. Gal Gun 【ぎゃる☆がん】 Overview: Estimated trophy difficulty: 7/10 (Platinum Difficulty Rating) Offline trophies: 41 (30(B), 5(S), 5(G), 1(P)) Online trophies: None Estimated time to platinum: 36-50 Hours (Estimated Platinum Length) Minimum number of playthroughs: 3 per girl (12 playthroughs total) Number of missable trophies: None Glitched trophies: None Does difficulty affect trophies?: No Do trophies stack?: Yes Do cheat codes disable trophies?: None Introduction: Gal*Gun is a Japanese on-rail shooter where you find yourself in the shoes of a second year high school student, Tenzou. After an unlikely run in with Patako, a cupid-like character, you now find that every girl in the school wants to confess their newly found love to you! Even worse, you only have until the end of the day to find your true love, or be cursed to loneliness forever! Armed with a pheromone gun, and with the aid of Patako, you must chose one of four heroines to swoon and conquer, all while repelling ever other girl in school, who all want a piece of you. This game was never released outside of Japan, so it was never translated and localized into English. Because of this, all the trophies are in Japanese. The English translations for each trophy will, however, be listed directly below their respective trophies for further simplification. General Information: The game has 3 major "modes" that all are utilized pretty often. The first being the rail-shooter. Here is where you will spend most of your time. This section work similar to other rail-shooters, where you aim your on screen cross-hair at enemies in order to eliminate them. Every girl is unique, and each have their own, respective, weak spots where, if shot, will eliminate them in one blow; this one-shot elimination being dubbed an Ecstasy Shot. The next major mode feature is Doki Doki Mode, which is where a girl is singled out and you get a chance to get close and personal with her. In this mode, it's up to you to fill up the girls Doki Doki Meter. This is done by shooting her in different sections of her body. When scrolling over each part, a bit of text will briefly appear. The larger this text, the faster the meter will fill if the area is shot. If successful, a wave of euphoria will cover the screen, wiping out any other enemies that may be present. This is also how information for each girl is collected for their bios. The last bit of game mode are the dating sim sections. This is just like any other example of dating sim. A question will be asked to you and you're presented with 3 options for answering. This, coupled with your stats and performance in route-specific mini-games, will determine how much the main heroine loves you back. This will determine route endings, between bad end, good end, and true end. A quick rundown of the controls: - Speed up text (can fast-forward and text or cut-scenes that have previously been viewed) - Zoom in (charges shots in Doki Doki Mode) - Resume normal text speed - Fire - Enter Doki Doki Mode (ends Doki Doki Mode if meter is filled in the mode) - Accept/Enter (While on menus, such as the Start Menu, or pause) - Aim crosshair, navigate menus, and switch target location in Doki Doki Mode. End of Stage Menu: - Save and Continue - Retry Stage - Save and Exit to Menu Helpful Links: A Translation of the Games Opening Questions Each Girls Preferable Stat Info Walkthrough: Step 1: Route Playthroughs The first playthrough of each route is pretty inconsequential. You can do whatever you want, for the most part. As long as each route is completed, it doesn't matter what ending is obtained. Any Good or True endings will net you a trophy for that respective girl, while a bad one won't, but all endings are needed to fill the heroines bios, so bad ending will be needed at some point. A playthrough for each of the 3 endings is required for each of the 4 girls. Going into Doki Doki Mode with several girls is also recommended, as to start filling up bios. See Profile Conquest for more info on bios. At the end of each route, you are given the chance to have a proper Doki Doki Mode with your main heroine. During one of these, for each heroine, you must fill the Doki Doki Meter up to 200%. The meter will only display up to 100%, but 200% shouldn't take to long to get to with some well placed charged shots. It's recommended that you just continue to shoot until the trophies appear. Most likely, here you should also get an S and an SS Rank. If not, these will be obtained later on when the arcade mode runs are done. Trophies unlocked here: Kaname's Good End Akira's Good End Kaoruko's Good End Aoi's Good End Kaname's True End Akira's True End Kaoruko's True End Aoi's True End Lovey-Dovey With Kaname Lovey-Dovey With Akira Lovey-Dovey With Kaoruko Lovey-Dovey With Aoi Achieved Rank S Achieved Rank SS Step 2: Bio Collection and Mini-game Mastery Here is where the real grinding begins. Now the bios for each and every student and teacher must be gathered. This is easiest done by repeatedly playing through story mode routes, because arcade play makes Doki Doki usage more scarce and it's harder to fill the meter. While you play through the story mode for bios, now is the time to "master" each mini-game since they're all on the way. Trophies unlocked here: Super Bookworm Super Monster Hunter Super Iron Ball Master Super Bully Super Model Super Jailbreak Super Composer Super Producer First Year's Secrets Second Year's Secrets Third Year's Secrets Step 3: DDC and Arcade Grinding Now all that's left is Doki Doki Carnival and the arcade mode. DDC is simply playing every scenario, with not much in risk or challenge. Finishing DDC will also finish the last of the bios needed for the trophy. Arcade Mode, however, is a challenge which may take some learning. It's similar to hard mode, where damage taken is increased, health regeneration is low, and damage output is low. Simply passing each of the 5 routes (1 for each girl and an "all route") will net you a trophy each, as well as get you a "God Rank". Using the "All Route" to repeatedly get the "God Rank"is where you should grind for titles. Meaning the only thing left to clean up and collect are the "Ecstasy Shot" trophies. Trophies unlocked here: DDC Patako Clear DDC Ekoro Clear DDC Patako & Ekoro Clear DDC All Events Clear Score Attack: Kaname Route Clear Score Attack: Akira Route Clear Score Attack: Kaoruko Route Clear Score Attack: Aoi Route Clear Score Attack: All Routes Clear Special Secret Profile Conquest Title Mania Speed Ecstasy Mania Ecstasy Combo Mania Afterwards, you'll have: Gal Gun Master
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