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  1. Trophy Guide by Aeliana & Kheapathic Section 01. Overview Estimated Trophy Difficulty: 7/10 (Platinum Difficulty Rating) Offline Trophies: 34 (20(B) 8(S) 5(G) 1(P)) Online Trophies: 0 Approximate time to : 90 - 120 Hours Minimum Number of Playthroughs Needed: 1 Number of Missable Trophies: 1 - Master Linguist Glitched Trophies: None Does difficulty affect trophies: N/A Do cheat codes disable trophies: N/A Section 02. Introduction Before we begin, this guide is based off the Japanese version of the game. However, this is an HD release of a game with an abundance of information for an English version. If there are changes in names from the PS2 version we would appreciate the feedback to ensure 100% accuracy. Final Fantasy X HD is one half of the X/X-2 HD Remaster of games released over a decade ago on the PS2. They're both HD Remasters of the International Version of the game, which means there may be changes in the game from how you remember it; this is because there were small tweaks in in the game aside from the extra content. When going for this Platinum you should take note of the one missable trophy. It requires you to collect all 26 Al Bhed Primers and if you miss one of the ones that can be missed, you'll have to restart the entire game. Take note that some can be missed and obtained later, but it's best to earn them at the earliest possible moment. Section 2.1 - Important Links Split Infinity's Walkthrough Cloister of Trials Guide Monster Arena / Stat Building Guide Celestial Weapons Guide Dark Aeons / Penance Guide Yojimbo FAQ Blitzball FAQ Section 03. Walkthrough When you start and play the game you'll notice that it is very linear. You'll need to take notice of the Al Bhed Primers as they appear immediately at the beginning of the game and you should always obtain them immediately. You should also make a note to find the Destruction Sphere item in every Temple as that's a requirement to earn Anima. As you continue through the game, it opens up a bit when you reach the Calm Lands and then completely opens up when you gain the Airship. Once you have the Airship you'll be able to return to previous areas, but be warned that some places now have Dark Aeons guarding them and things you may have originally missed will now be blocked until you defeat the Dark Aeon. Items/Trophies Blocked by Dark Aeons [spoiler=DarkAeons] Besaid Village Jecht Sphere (Messenger from the Past) Al Bhed Primer 02 (Master Linguist) Besaid Temple (Feel the Pain) Valefor's Second Overdrive (Not trophy-related, but useful) Lake Macalania Macalania Temple (Feel the Pain) Yunalesca's Lair Sun Sigil (Not trophy-related, used to power up Tidus's Celestial Weapon) Once you've gained the Airship, you are near the end of the game. You can go ahead and beat the game or instead explore the side content to earn trophies before you finish the game. Whether you clear the game first or not doesn't matter as this is the time when all side events are possible. When you've beaten the game, you should take the time to watch the Eternal Calm video for its trophy. You do this by choosing it from the main menu when you first boot up the game. The first option is the game while the second option is a roughly 15 minute video of what happens in-between X and X-2. Go ahead and watch the video for your first trophy; you have to let it run all the way through otherwise you won't get credit. Story Related Trophies The Right Thing All Together Heartstrings (H)Overcoming the Past (H)The Destination of Hatred The Eternal Calm Section 3.1 - Sphere Grid Type When starting a brand new game, the game asks you what Sphere Grid type you would like to use; you can choose Standard or Expert. The differences between the two grids is that the Standard is how most people probably remember the game and was the only option before the International Version. It has characters following a path that gives them specific stat boosts and abilities that can later be left by using Key Spheres. The Expert Grid is a smaller and more open grid where everyone starts in the same location, but the player gets to choose how the characters can grow. This grid allows for characters to learn abilities from what would be another characters path much earlier and doesn't require as many Key Spheres. Both have their strengths and weaknesses, but the deciding factor should be how familiar you are with the game. If you're not familiar with the game or the bosses I recommend using the Standard Grid, where if you are very familiar with the game you should use the Expert Grid. Section 3.2 - End Game Method When you reach the end of the game you'll still have trophies to do; the big three are defeating the two Super Bosses (Nemesis and Penance), and maximizing the Sphere Grid for your party, on top of whatever else you need to accomplish. While there's no wrong way to go about this, there are two possible ways to perform this step; one is by powering up your party and having them perform what's required, the other is by building Yojimbo and having him do all the work. There is one warning you should take heed of; there is a trophy for hitting an enemy for 99999 damage. Zanmato is not damage based, and so you would have to build a magic or strength stat to perform that at the least. While there's no real difference in the end result or time spent, the method at which you go about it differs greatly. The Yojimbo method requires you to buy his trust and pay him sufficiently to where he'll regularly use his Zanmato attack which can destroy any enemy in one hit. This does make the fights a lot shorter, but at the same time getting him to that level requires massive amounts of gil. The other method requires building your party's stats properly and equipping them with proper gear so they'll be able to function and defeat whatever enemy they come across. Regardless of what method you choose, you'll have to fill up the Sphere Grid for all party members as well. If you rely on Yojimbo too much, your party members may not have enough kills to utilize the Don Tonberry Sphere Level trick. However, at the same time you won't have to grind the various stat spheres and can just overload on a simple stat type that's easy to obtain. While there's no guaranteed best method, it's best to choose which one you want to follow. Both have their pros and cons, but you should follow what you want. If you do not use the Yojimbo method, I would advise using a team of Tidus, Wakka, and Rikku as they have the best Overdrives in the game. Outside of building towards the end game, you should go ahead and finish off any trophies you may have skipped in the main game; collecting Jecht Spheres, Al Bhed Primers, Bribing Enemies, Stealing with Rikku, and any others you haven't completed. The game is very open ended with its trophies, just be sure you get the Al Bhed Primers as it's the only time missable trophy. Trophies Earned Speaking in Tongues Teamwork! A Talent for Acquisition Show Off! Striker Chocobo License Lightning Dancer It's All About the Money Feel the Pain Delta Attack! Theater Enthusiast Chocobo Rider Power Strike Under the Table Messenger from the Past Megastrike Chocobo Master Sphere Master Blitzball Master Learning! Summon Master Weapon Master (S)A Journey's Catalyst (G)Master Linguist (Missable) (G)Perfect Sphere Master (G)Perseverance (G)Overcoming the Nemesis Completion
  2. Header Image By Savenger OVERVIEW - Estimated Platinum Difficulty: 4 - Offline Trophies: 46 - Online Trophies: 0 - Hidden Trophies: 15 - Approximate time to platinum: 30-40 Hours - Missable Trophies: 4 - Glitched Trophies: 0 - Playthroughs Needed: 1 ------|||------ ROADMAP Game Introduction The Saboteur is an open world sandbox third-person action game. Set during World War II in France, you play as Irish racing driver Sean Devlin. The Nazi's have occupied the city and it's up to you to liberate Paris and kick some Nazi ass. To get the platinum, a fair amount of grinding is needed. The game is not difficult but does take time. The game itself can be broken into a few separate sections: - The Main Story Missions. - The Secondary Liberation Missions. - The Ambient Freeplay Events. - The Perks. - Everything else… ------|||------ The Main Story: The story missions are denoted by GOLD lettered icons on the map. You can pretty much ignore the rest of the game and concentrate solely on these until you finish the story if you want. And this is what I recommend you do. Play and enjoy the story first. Don’t worry about the rest of the trophies till you are done. All if the story based trophies are hidden, but they are also unmissable. Finish the story and you will get them all. There are no trophies based on difficulty, so feel free to set it to whichever one works for you. ------|||------ The Liberation Missions: The liberation missions are secondary missions denoted by GREY lettered icons on the map. You can do them any time you want. They are the missions which return colour to the game world, and ultimately earn you trophies for liberating the city. I used these missions as save points, bookending sessions of Ambient Freeplay event hunting, I wanted to make sure that the events I completed stayed completed, and was a bit wary of the autosaves ability to keep up with the running total. A little over cautious maybe, but it worked a treat. ------|||------ The Ambient Freeplay Events: The bad news: there are over 1300 of these spread across the map. You will have to get nearly all of them to platinum the game. Before you go hunting for these, you should complete this list first: - Complete all the Main Story Missions: GOLD icons. - Earn all of the Perks. - Buy all the weapons. - Buy all the area maps. You will take out a few events of these as you work through the game. But once you have all that, you should get started on the ambient missions properly. Clear them from one area at a time. Be systematic, as it will limit the time you spend on this. For more in depth information on these missions, see the Guerilla Warfare trophy. ------|||------ The Perks: There are a total of 10 perks that will need to be upgraded three times each to get this trophy. Each level on each perk has a task that has to be completed. All of them except the Mechanic perk are pretty easy to obtain. For the Mechanic Perks, I highly recommend that you use the silver and gold upgrades from the black market store for the silver and gold levels of the Mechanic perk as it will save you time and frustration while searching vehicles. For more in depth information, see the Solid Gold trophy. ------|||------ Everything Else: The rest can be picked up at any time. It’s simply a matter of working your way through them. ------|||------ Things You Should Know BEFORE You Start There are four trophies you can miss if you are not aware of them: - Solid Gold. - No Witnesses. - Master of Disguise. - Trick or Treat. Read the descriptions for each and be familiar of them as you play the game. SOLID GOLD: Achieved one you collect all ten gold perks. This trophy can be missed if you do not stealth kill five generals before you finish all of the generals off. Take out the first five you come across with stealth kills and you should be good. See: Solid Gold. NO WITNESSES and MASTER OF DISGUISE: Both can easily be obtained at several points through the game. You just have to get both BEFORE you finish all the story missions available. See No Witnesses and Master of Disguise. TRICK OR TREAT: All you have to do is be sure to stealth kill a general while disguised. You just have to get both BEFORE you finish killing all the generals. There are a couple of dozen spread across the map. See Trick or Treat. ------|||------ Lastly: You will have one opportunity to buy a SILVER and a GOLD perk. It is strongly recommended that you use them for the Mechanic Perks. They are very time consuming, so it is a lot easier all round to just pay them off.
  3. http://i.imgur.com/8kK8JLA.png My thanks go to DISCOKING for the awesome banner. This trophy guide and roadmap was created by Super Pie27 for use on Playstation 4, PlayStation 3 Trophies, News, Guides & Forums at PlaystationTrophies.org. It may not be used anywhere other than this without prior written permission from the author. Has this and other Guides on this site helped you out? Have a burning question you want to ask the community, then why not join our forums? Sign up here. Roadmap Overview: Estimated trophy difficulty: 3/10 (Platinum Difficulty Thread) Offline trophies: 41 (31(B), 7(S), 3(G)) Online trophies: 6 (4(B), 1(S), 1(P)) Approximate amount of time to Platinum: 30-45 hours (Estimated Time to Platinum) Minimum number of playthroughs: 3+ career championships + special events Number of missable trophies: None (career can be continued indefinitely) Glitched trophies: 0 Does difficulty affect trophies?: Yes, It seemed real Do trophies stack?: No Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No known cheats Introduction MotoGP 15 is the latest instalment in the official MotoGP series. There are a few more modes and customisation options but the core game remains essentially the same. The trophies require you to play every mode plus a little bit more on the side. You'll be spending a lot of time in career mode in order to obtain enough credits for Garage completed and experience for Every star in the sky. All in all, it's relatively easy and won't take that long. To make it easier to obtain the Platinum, always set the A.I on very easy (they're not that hard on any difficulty but it makes it just that bit easier) and set the sessions to race only to forgo free practice and qualifying. Note that the steps of the following walkthrough can be done in any order; this is merely the order that makes the most logical sense to me. Note on glitched trophies: Note that on PS4, the descriptions for the 5 'win with *** team' trophies say 'in MotoGP career mode'. This is a mistake by the developers - they should say 'in any game mode', as they do on PS3, and indeed they will unlock in any game mode. WARNING There is a nasty glitch that can randomly occur, if you don't play with the latest patch, when you try to load the Motegi race in career mode that will cause the game to crash and then crash again every time you try to load it (more details about this here, credit to ollie40 and mike87). So to avoid any issues, make sure to install the patch. Walkthrough Step 1: Special Events First up, win all of the special events: Beat the Time, 2-Stroke, and 2014 Real Events. These are relatively simple: For Beat the Time you must complete a lap of each circuit faster than a given time and for 2-Stroke and 2014 Real Events you must either win, get to a certain position or overtake certain people. During this step, you will earn: Time is not a limit Once upon a time The last time we were there Step 2: Career Mode This is where you will earn the majority of the trophies. For this step you must win a race on each and every track; sign for Moto2 and MotoGP teams; win the MotoGP championship; upgrade one bike to its limit; and win with your own private team, all in MotoGP career mode. You will start as a Moto3 wildcard and have to work your way up the rankings to reach MotoGP. In the trophy guide, for clarity's sake, the tracks are detailed by their place in the season, however, you will start career mode halfway through a season at Brno then skip straight to Valencia which is the last race of the season. Both of these races count for the individual track trophies. Also, note that the term 'MotoGP Career Mode' covers the entire mode so the trophies can be done in any class, with the exception of World Champion. During this step, you will earn: General Manager In the land of the rising sun Texas forever The motorland Winning on the Brickyard Under the Spanish sun TT Assen win! 4 right and 10 left A night in the desert The classic one A weekend in the Riviera Not a s.p.a. vacation One of the best On the edge of the cliff 217.3 mph… here you can Up and Down… Near the "Pillars of Hercules" On the river of "La Sarthe" The last one of the season Halfway through Completion of the species Your chance! World Champion Step 3: Online Online mode can be accessed from the multiplayer tab in the main menu. For this step, you must complete 25 races and a championship; win a split times race, as well as moving up a class in sprint season. All of these can be boosted, though You've earned it! can be difficult since the matching is random, but they shouldn’t cause much trouble earning them legitimately. If you do want to boost them, use the dedicated boosting threads: here (PS4) and here (PS3). During this step you will earn: Connected! They know you around the world You’ve earned it! One piece at a time Social Rider Step 4: Miscellaneous This step consists of cleaning up any miscellaneous trophies you may have missed, as well as ones obtained in Grand Prix mode. You will also be grinding for levels and credits to purchase bikes. During this step you will earn: Personal engineer The best of the best In the middle class The Beginning Faster! Faster! A champion of the past The flying wings! The fastest diapason It was a long time Back from Italy The Red Baron It seemed real Garage completed Milan – Valencia one way Every star in the sky MotoGP™15 Champion!
  4. Banner by Dangles. If you like my Guides, give me a referral when you sign up for the Forums! Much appreciated! Roadmap Overview: Estimated trophy difficulty: 1/10 (Trophy Difficulty Rating) Offline trophies: 4 (1(S), 3(G)) Online trophies: 0 Approximate amount of time to 100%: 20mins-1hr (Estimated time to 100%) Minimum number of playthroughs: 1 Number of missable trophies: None Glitched trophies: None Does difficulty affect trophies?: No Do trophies stack?: Not in-game but there are separate lists for the US, EU and Japan versions of the game. Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No cheats available. Introduction: Frogger Returns is a fun little game based on the old arcade Froggers, it has a single player mode as well as multiplayer. Walkthrough: Step 1: Select single player then Free Play, now just go through and finish all 4 levels to get the respective trophies.
  5. http://i.imgur.com/PVg2i0V.png If you are not a registered member of PlaystationTrophies.org and have found this guide helpful, please join the forums! If you do so, it would be greatly appreciated if you would give either of the authors, Darth_Krid or PowerPyx, a referral. http://i.imgur.com/AmZoCtk.png By Darth_Krid http://i.imgur.com/ogOo4QP.png Estimated trophy difficulty: 5/10 (Platinum Difficulty Thread) Offline trophies: 32 (26(B), 4(S), 2(G)) - 1 extra on PS4 Online trophies: 18 (14(B), 2(S), 1(G), 1(P)) (PS3 Platinum is now unachievable). Approximate amount of time to platinum: 150+ hours; 50-60 hours for single player, 100+ for Online. (Estimated Time to Platinum) Minimum number of playthroughs: 1 Number of missable trophies: 6: TP Industries Arms Race, Red Mist, Kifflom!, Three Man Army, Altruist Acolyte & Wanted: Alive or Alive Glitched trophies: 2: Kifflom! [Fixed with patch 1.01], Enjoy your Stay Does difficulty affect trophies?: No difficulty settings available. Do cheat codes disable trophies?: Yes, all cheats will disable trophies. ***NOTICE ABOUT PS3 Platinum*** Due to Rockstar disabling online bounties on PS3, Run Like The Wind is currently unobtainable, and likely will remain so as they have dropped support for the PS3 version. If you already earned this trophy when the game came out, the rest of the services are fine and the Platinum will be obtainable. http://i.imgur.com/W4bvnC7.png Welcome to Grand Theft Auto V! Rockstar North's latest masterpiece returns to the fictional state of San Andreas and gives the player their biggest open world yet, with the choice to explore it via a riveting single-player campaign featuring three unique and instantly switchable protagonists or a free-roam online multiplayer experience that can be shared with as many as 16 friends. This game really needs little introduction, you know exactly what it is and we know exactly why you're here so on to the trophies! The trophies are divided fairly equally between completing the story, finding all the collectibles, partaking in various miscellaneous activities and exploring the online component. In particular heavy time investment will be needed for the three trophies: 100% Completion for Career Criminal, 70 Gold Medals for Solid Gold, Baby! and attaining Rank 100 online for Above the Law. Many of the miscellaneous trophies will come naturally whilst progressing towards these, but we urge you to bear in mind the 6 missable trophies. Note on missable trophies: There are 6 missable trophies in the game. All of these trophies are missable post-game depending on a choice you make as Franklin during the final mission. Make sure when you are given a choice of three options that you choose "Option C", otherwise these trophies will be unavailable to you without starting a new game or unless you made a separate save file beforehand. 4 of these trophies (TP Industries Arms Race, Red Mist, Kifflom! and Three Man Army) become unmissable if "Option C" is selected so they can be earned at any point, however, special attention should be paid to Altruist Acolyte and Wanted: Alive or Alive as there are only a limited number of opportunities to earn these two trophies. When playing as Trevor, you will encounter select few Random Events that task you with driving an NPC to a given location. Instead of doing this, drop at least one off at the Altruist Cult in the mountains. Similarly there are only four Bail Bond missions in which you can capture a target alive so if all these opportunities are squandered, you will have to start a new game or revert to a previous save file to earn them. Please refer to the respective trophies in the guide below for more information. Furthermore all cheat codes will disable trophies, however, they won't disable the autosave feature. If you want to have some fun with the cheats, then make sure you create a new save file first so that you can revert back to it and continue with your legitimate progress. Cheats list HERE. Note on glitched trophies: As a general note, many trophies on both PS3 and PS4 have issues unlocking, whether that being dirctly or by extension (such as side-missons not appearing and thus making 100% completion unobtainable). There is no known cause for this, or even a fix except hoping to luck out and resolve it by swapping characters, sleeping for a few days or finishing more missions and hoping to trigger it. Therefore, it is recommended to create new save files and back up your data at regular intervals, perhaps every five story missions or so. The Kifflom! trophy is causing issues with some players. The trophy is not glitched in the sense that if you complete the mission it won't unlock, but rather that the mission will not progress in-game so you cannot complete it. To combat this we recommend making a new hard save before you are tasked with stealing the 5 cars, if the mission does not progress after that like it should then you can try again. Please see the trophy description for more details [Fixed with patch 1.01]. Enjoy Your Stay has an issue where it won't unlock for some players. Try going back to the tattoo parlour and getting a tattoo on the torso area. Finally, skipping story missions is not advised, particularly those with a story-related trophy attached to it. The trophy will not unlock if you do this, so you will have to replay the mission anyway at a later time. Furthermore, some people have reported issues with the trophies not unlocking even after replaying the particular mission various times, so it is highly advised to not skip any missions at all. Note on PS4 Version - Autopping trophies and extra trophy: *As of March 2017, character transfer from PS3 to PS4 is no longer available.* If you previously unlocked trophies in GTA Online with a character on the PS3 or XBOX 360 and then purchased the PS4 version, importing that character will automatically unlock some of those trophies on the PS4 version. The requirements must have all been originally done on that character; the trophy will not Autopop by having the progress done across multiple characters or by simply having the trophy from the PS3 or 360 version unlocked on your PSN account. In theory all trophies are supposed to Autopop as soon as you transfer your character, but occasionally they will differ player-by-player and may require a trigger to unlock. These are listed in the guide. The trophies which can be Autopopped (in XMB order) are: Show Off Pimp My Sidearm Los Santos Customs Off The Plane Three-Bit Gangster Making Moves Above The Law Numero Uno The Midnight Club Unnatural Selection Backseat Driver Run Like The Wind Clean Sweep Decorated Stick Up Kid Enjoy Your Stay Crew Cut Full Refund Dialling Digits American Dream There is also an extra trophy on PS4, which is A New Perspective, requiring you to play the game in FPS mode for 15 hours. You can either work on this from the start or idle it later. Please see the trophy guide for more details. We would like to especially thank Supremacy for all of the invaluable Autopop information contained within this guide, and for the A New Perspective write-up. All information is used with his permission.
  6. http://i.imgur.com/qzLniPZ.png If this guide helped you in any way or you need to ask any questions regarding the game, feel free to ask by signing up to the forums here, and listing me as your referrer. http://i.imgur.com/c5zQDk4.png http://i.imgur.com/7Qf3eJ3.png Estimated trophy difficulty: 3/10 (Platinum Difficulty Rating) Offline trophies: 37 (28(B), 4(S), 4(G), 1(P)) Online trophies: 8 (6(B), 2(S)) Approximate amount of time to platinum: 100+ Hours (Estimated Time to Platinum) Minimum of 3 months play time required. See Community Ambassador for more information Minimum number of playthroughs: 1 Number of missable trophies: 3. Zero To Hero, Hall Of Fame and I Am The 5% Glitched trophies: 1. Community Ambassador. See trophy description for more information. Does difficulty affect trophies?: Yes. I Am The 5% requires altered driving aids. Do trophies stack?: Yes, depending on the order in which you earn them. Do cheat codes disable trophies?: N/A Unobtainable trophies: Community Ambassador http://i.imgur.com/21vgEOs.png After several delays and an initial launch platform planned for the Playstation 3, Xbox 360 and PC, Project CARS is finally here and ready to play! The game itself is a racing game with a handling model intended to simulate "real world driving physics". With a significant roster of cars and real life race tracks, the game is full of content spanning a: career mode, quick race weekends, an online mode and routinely updated community events. As a result of this, the game itself should not prove to be difficult for anyone familiar with racing games, however the sheer amount of content required to play through means that this platinum will require a significant time investment. http://i.imgur.com/3AQDa7n.png Step 1: Input your Details and Avoid the Missable Trophies This first step does not take long, however it is important given that if you do not do the correct things at the beginning of the game, you can miss a few trophies. After inputting information like your name, you will be given a choice of disciplines to start racing in. In order to earn the Zero To Hero and Hall Of Fame trophies, you Must start in Tier 8, which is the Kart One championship. Starting in any other discipline will prevent you from earning these two trophies. In order to maximize your efficiency in the Career Mode and make things as easy as possible, you will want your Options and Help settings to look like this (unless a trophy specifies otherwise): Gameplay: Steering Assistance: No Braking Assistance: No Driving Assists Allowed: All Anti-Lock Brakes: Yes Stability Control: Yes Traction Control: Yes Damage: Off Mechanical Failures: Off Tire Wear: Off Fuel Usage: Off Auto Start Engine: Yes Flags & Penalties: Off Prior to starting each race, you want the following settings: Session Length: 0% Opponent Skill: 0 (Beginner) Allow Restarts: Yes Tip: If you are struggling with wheel spin, or if some cars feel like they constantly want to spin out of control(e.g. Mclaren F1), try editing your Tuning Setup prior to a race. If you set Traction Control Slip to 1%, you should get noticeably better traction. Step 2: Completing the Career This will be the longest step of the game. Here you will be progressing from season to season with the ultimate goal of entering the Hall of Fame. Along the way, there are a few things to be wary of. Firstly, you will need to make sure that you progress from Tier 8 Karts to Tier 1 LMP1 within 10 seasons to earn the Zero To Hero trophy. This shouldn’t pose too much of a challenge provided you are progressing to more advanced racing disciplines at the end of every season when new contract offers become available. Once you have made it to LMP1, you can start focusing on other trophies like Defending Champ and Triple Crown. To replay lower Tiered Classes and Disciplines, wait until it becomes time to select a new contract. By scrolling across to Contracts only in your Inbox, you will be able to view all the previous contract offers you have received throughout your career and still be able to accept them. Once you have completed these trophies, you can start completing the various disciplines that you have yet to complete so that you can earn their respective Gold Accolades towards the Fully Loaded trophy. You should also earn the following miscellaneous trophies at some point in your career (please see their trophy descriptions for more information): VIP Meticulous Conquered. All. Races. Seriously Double Rainbow No “I” In Team Twerkin’ Taylor Would Be Proud Mailbox Full Selfie Requesting Flyby Keep Calm And Race On My Little Friend A Day In The Life Do You Smell Somethin’? On Your Left Credit Where Credit’s Due Lap Time Wizard Step 3: Complete the Miscellaneous Trophies that are Associated with Quick Race Weekend and Time Trial Now you should be left with a few trophies that can only be earned in Quick Race Weekend, Time Trial or you just never got around to achieving during the Career. For more information, please see these individual trophy descriptions: Petrolicious Love To Affinity And Beyond Home Field Advantage Half Racer, Half Demon Pit Boss Ready To Pounce Consistency Is King Grand Chelem Emergency Stop No Roads Needed Reversa Corsa Gladiator Sunday Driver Eastbound & Down Exorcist Step 4: Multiplayer Here you will be completing the various multiplayer trophies. These typically revolve around you winning a certain number of races and completing races without crashing. For more information, please see the individual trophy descriptions: Player 1 Versus The World Pentapodia I Am The 5% Clean As A Whistle Pristine Paintwork Speed Racer Step 5: Community Ambassador This final step gets its own step because it requires 2–3 months of play for you to achieve. You are required to participate in 20 Community Events, however only 1–3 events are available at any given time, with new ones being cycled in on roughly a weekly basis. In order to earn this trophy, you will have to return to the game and complete each new Community Event as they become available until you have participated in 20. In this step, you will earn the following trophies: Community Ambassador One More For The Road
  7. http://www.powerpyx.com/Assets/Miscellaneous/the_order_1886_trophy_guide-powerpyx.jpg Not a registered member yet? Join the forums today to discuss this topic with other users of our community. Searching a specific trophy? Everything is listed in XMB order. Press CTRL+F on your keyboard to type in the trophy you are searching for. http://www.powerpyx.com/Assets/Miscellaneous/The-Order-1886/roadmap.png http://www.powerpyx.com/Assets/Miscellaneous/The-Order-1886/overview.png Estimated trophy difficulty: 2/10 (Platinum Difficulty Thread) Offline trophies: 22 (1(H), 14(S), 6(G), 1(P)) Online trophies: 0 Approximate amount of time to platinum: 6-8 hours (Estimated Time to Platinum) Minimum number of playthroughs: 1 Number of missable trophies: 0 Glitched trophies: None Does difficulty affect trophies?: No Do trophies stack?: N/A Do cheat codes disable trophies?: N/A http://www.powerpyx.com/Assets/Miscellaneous/The-Order-1886/introduction.png The Order: 1886 has one of the easiest and quickest platinums you can get on PS4. There are no difficulty-related trophies, meaning you can do everything on the easiest setting if you wish. The trophies are fairly straightforward. Most of them are kill-related and will unlock naturally along the way. There are also five collectible trophies for finding everything in the game. There are only 22 trophies in total, which makes it rather easy to keep track of things. If you are willing to pick up all collectibles on the first run, then you can get the platinum in one single playthrough. Should you still be missing a couple of kills for a certain trophy you may farm them via chapter select. One playthrough takes roughly 6-8 hours if you go for all of the collectibles. http://www.powerpyx.com/Assets/Miscellaneous/The-Order-1886/walkthrough.png Step 1 - Complete the campaign (any difficulty), watch out for kill-related trophies, do a kill with every weapon and find all Collectibles You can get all trophies in the very first playthrough. The main things to look out for are the collectibles and weapons. There are six types of collectibles: Inspect Items, Phonograph Cylinders, Newspapers, Photographs, Documents and Inspect Objects. You can find a guide for the collectibles here: The Order: 1886 Collectible Guide. For an overview of all the weapons, please refer to the Well Rounded description. Because there is no collectible tracker (except for the Phonograph Cylinders) it's almost impossible to figure out what you are missing, so be very careful that you don't miss anything. There are also a bunch of kill-related trophies, most of which should unlock naturally without even trying. Get the 75 pistol kills for Gunslinger and 100 headshots for Between the Eyes out of the way as quickly as possible and detonate 10 powder kegs over the course of this playthrough. There is no need to pay much attention on the other kill-related trophies, as they can be farmed very quickly via checkpoint restart after beating the game (see trophy descriptions for good farming spots). Step 2 - Mop Up (via Chapter Select) Should you still be missing kills for a certain trophy you can easily farm them via chapter select after beating the game. All kills (as well as detonating 10 powder kegs) can be farmed by restarting the checkpoint. You can also pick up missing collectibles via chapter select.
  8. http://i.imgur.com/ImvWuiT.png Found this guide via a google search? Not a registered member? Then why not Join the forum!. Please do not steal/paraphrase this guide and post it on another site. If I find this content posted anywhere but ps3trophies.org then action will be taken. If you see this content posted anywhere else let me or the staff here know. Thanks Roadmap Overview Estimated trophy difficulty: 4/10 (Platinum Difficulty Rating) Offline Trophies: 34 (28(B), 1(S), 2(G), 1(P)) Online Trophies: 14 (1(B), 7(S), 1(G)) Approximate amount of time to Platinum: 40hrs+ (Estimated Time to Platinum) Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1 Number of missable trophies: None Glitched trophies: None Does difficulty affect trophies?: There is no set difficulty. Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No cheats Online Pass required?: No Introduction Ridge Racer was one of the launch games for the PS Vita. The game without the gold pass DLC has 5 cars and 3 tracks, so not a great amount of content. The game is very fun though and I sunk 30 odd hours into it and didn't even get bored. The game in terms of the Platinum is long and grindy. You have to complete every mode 50 times to get a trophy for each of those. You also need to amass 28,000CR to buy everything on the machine map. The final grind is saving up 30,000CR to transfer teams. That's pretty much all there is to the game. Tips and Warnings Tips Please choose a team that has the LEAST amount of players in it. This will ensure you get the VIP trophies easier. This game is a drifting game, so you need to drift around every corner. To drift, let go of accelerate just before a turn and you will drift whilst navigating the corner. You don't need to brake at all in this game. If you have the gold pass, you have access to the DLC cars, which are somewhat better than the standard ones. Use the 'Ultimate Charge' upgrade all of the time, you will get loads of nitrous if you do. This upgrade works by only charging when you get blue flames coming out the back of your wheels. Do this by using nitrous just before a corner and then drifting through it. A handy tip by CoodyBaroody so you don't have to grind as many credits, credit to him for this method: Warnings DO NOT choose Trianchor Alliance for the team you do a playthrough with. This team is the biggest one and is full of pros, therefore it is too hard to get the VIP trophies (it is possible, but it will take longer.) Choose a team with the least amount of players. Trophies only unlock after returning to the Main Menu from a race. Use team vision to beat the Devil and Angel cars. It is difficult without it and will take longer. Filthy VIP's requirements will continuously increase as the months go by. Currently for Trianchor Alliance you need 40,000CR to obtain the trophy (Correct as of 11th July 2012). It is different for other teams. Walkthrough Step 1: Get all but 1 team trophy by deleting Game Data. This will be the first thing that you want to do. You should do this early on, as it will save you having to do it later on in the game and it's less risky. If you are already far into the game, don't worry too much, but make sure that you back your data up when these are the last trophies you need. See the guide for an explanation on how to do this. At the end of this step, you'll have all of the team trophies bar one. The reason that it's recommended you delete your Game Data is that you won't have to accumulate 30K each time for the teams to enable you to switch to a new one. You can just start the game from a fresh, get the trophy for a specific team and then repeat. Trophies you will have at the end of this step are: Welcome to Trianchor Alliance! Welcome to Circlite Racing! Welcome to Xealot Motorspot! Welcome to Squaris GP! Step 2: Choose a team with the least amount of racers in it. Reach Level 7 by playing spot races and then reach Level 16 by playing ghost battle. After you have finished with the Game Data workaround, you will want to choose a team that has the LEAST amount of racers in it and then stick with them. The sole reason for this is the VIP trophies. The more racers there are in a team, then the harder it will be to obtain these trophies. For this step, you just want to keep playing spot races until you reach Level 7. It's highly recommended that you do this before going online, as you won't be maxed out enough to race other people online because they'll have higher top speed than you. As soon as you reach Level 7, go straight to 'Ghost Battle' and use the method mentioned in the guide to get to Level 16 very quickly. Trophies you will most likely have after this step are: Prodigy Solid Foundation Capable Skillful Accomplished Stellar Tinkerer Mad Mechanic Triple Threat Step 3: Obtain the miscellaneous trophies if you haven't already. After that, it's up to you This game has no path, or goal. The only foreseeable goal is the Platinum. For this reason, I'm just going to recommend you do whatever method you see fit, whether it be winning 50 races of each game mode or grinding for the upgrade map. It is solely up to you. At the end of this step, you should have all the trophies except the 30,000CR, transferring teams and the VIP ones. Remember to watch team vision every day for a chance at getting the Spotlight VIP. The trophies you should have after this step are: Wind Whipper Electronic Warfare Nitrous Master Tech Tree Climber Mild and Menacing Dynamic and Dangerous Practice Makes Perfect Triple Lap Trickster Single Lap Spirit Ghost Hunter Ghost Contender Ectoplasmed World Racer Socialite Friend or Foe? Generous at Heart Claim to Fame VIP Steal the Spotlight Been Around the Block Journeyman Machine Junkie Technician Speed Demon Rocketeer Stop and Smell the Roses Nitrous-Free Divinity Exorcist Gift from Beyond Parting Gift Step 4: Grind Ghost Battle and Online Battle until you reach 30,000CR. Continue grinding if you still don't have 'Filthy VIP'. This is the last thing you'll want to do, which is grinding 30,000CR to switch teams. You get about 100 - 200 from the above two races, each of those take about 3 minutes including loading tunes. To help speed up the process, you can also check team vision everyday with the chance of becoming a VIP. If you get VIP, then you are awarded 1000CR. As time goes on, Filthy VIP will get harder and harder to obtain. The trophy works by you getting in the top 1000 in the credit ranking leaderboard, the requirements of which will vary from team to team. For Trianchor Alliance, the 1000th player is on about 40,000 credits. So if your playing this now in the distant future, then it's going to take hundreds of hours to get the platinum, but it should still be possible. At the end of this step, you should have your Platinum - congratulations! Filthy VIP Top Dog VIP Free Agent Transfer Platinum Ridge Racer
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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
  10. Bloodborne Overview: Estimated trophy difficulty: 7 (Platinum Difficulty Rating) Offline trophies: 34 (20(B), 7(S), 6(G), 1(P)) Online trophies: 0 Approximate amount of time to platinum: 30-50 hours (Estimated Time to Platinum) Minimum number of playthroughs: 1 Number of missable trophies: 4 (Yharnam Sunrise, Honoring Wishes, Childhood's Beginning , Hunter's Essence) Glitched trophies: 1* (Ebrietas, Daughter of the Cosmos (*fixed in patch 1.03) see trophy for details) Does difficulty affect trophies?: N/A Do trophies stack?: N/A Do cheat codes disable trophies?: N/A Introduction: Bloodborne is an action roleplaying game with large amounts of horror mixed in for good measure. You will be tasked with the role of a Hunter, a title shrouded in mystery and fear. You must destroy the supposed evil forces all throughout Yharnam; a city overran by disease, insanity, and grotesque monsters of every imaginable kind. Developed by From Software, it follows in the punishing footsteps of the Souls franchise to offer up a new and challenging spin on their proven formula. However, unlike its predecessors there is a much greater emphasis on fast paced and aggressive combat styles. It is also streamlined to be more inviting to players new to the genre as well. Walkthrough: There are 18 total bosses in the game that you must kill for trophies, half of which are related to the main story and half being optional. Every optional boss also has either a side quest or item that contributes to other trophies. Because of this most of your success will hinge on your personal skill and reflexes when it comes to handling bosses. Furthermore, the main hidden boss (Yharnam, Pthumerian Queen) requires you to clear 20 additional optional bosses just to reach her. It is a herculean undertaking that will be the single most time consuming and difficult trophy in the game. Luckily you can force the game to save anywhere as well as backup your save to a USB Drive or the Cloud, and you should do so regularly, especially outside of a boss room or when you have a lot of echoes. This will save you a lot of time and energy trying to trek back through swarms of newly respawned enemies. How to Save To save manually first go to a safe area free of enemies and press , which will not pause the game, only bring up an in game menu. Move the to the cog icon which will bring up a second menu. Select "Exit Game" and then press the and navigate to the "Settings" icon which looks like a toolbox, located directly between the Trophy and Power icons on the right. Once you are in Setting proceed to -> Application Saved Data Management -> Saved Data in System Storage -> and either Upload to Online Storage or Copy to USB Storage Device to actually save the game. When you want to load up a save you just go back to the "Application Saved Data Management" and select whichever location you chose to save on, and then copy/download it to System Storage. Your number one priority when starting out should be to interact with important NPC’s as early as possible. They include Eileen (Crow Badge), Arianna (Umbilical Cord), and Alfred (Wheel Badge). All of whom can be met before or as soon as you reach the Cathedral Ward and can be missed if not handled properly. Be sure to read up on each missable trophy to learn all about when and where to interact with them to avoid catastrophe. Besides monitoring the special NPC’s and saving at the point of no return, you can approach the rest of the game any way you like. Nothing else is time sensitive and you can backtrack or go in any order you'd like, should you choose not to follow the roadmap. The order in which you kill side bosses is, for the most part, irrelevant and you can bounce around quite freely if you've progressed enough. I will lay out what I feel is the ideal route for achieving the in the fastest and easiest way possible in the steps below. But if you find certain bosses to be easier or harder for you don’t hesitate to test the waters. So long as you keep an eye on the NPC’s, of course. Character Creation In terms of character creation I suggest you take either Lone Survivor or Military Veteran. The bonus vitality and endurance from Lone Survivor is crucial, because you won't be able to level up either until you engage your first boss. The second best choice is Military Veteran since it offers slightly higher damage but less survivability. Both have high main stats that you should be aiming for (Vit -> Strength -> Skill -> Endurance). However, the bulk of your damage will come from Blood Gems and Blood Stone Fortification, not your actual strength/skill statistics. With Lone Survivor you start with 659 HP and 102 DMG using my suggested weapon, while you have 579HP and 108DMG as Military Survivor. In essence you get 15% more health at the cost of 6% damage using Lone Survivor. Regardless of what Origin you take you should focus on getting Vitality up as quickly as possible. A safe method for early stat distribution is to go with a 3 Vitality:1 Strength until Vitality hits 35 or so, while putting 1 point in Endurance for every 5 cumulative points spent in the other two stats up until you reach 15 Endurance (100 Stamina). The benefit of extra vitality is far more impactful and scales much quicker than any other stat. 16 Vitality will take you from 659 Health at the start of the game all the way up to 1100. Compare this to the 102 damage -> 119 increase with the same amount of points spent in Strength. After you are sitting on 35 vitality you can raise either STR or VIT based on what you feel more comfortable with for your playstyle, but when in doubt go VIT. Your end game stats should look something like this and should not go above the top end values, because the diminishing returns will not be worth the increased monster difficulty scaling: VIT - 40 (50 at most) END - 25 (35 at most) STR - 50 SKL - 15 As for the starting weapons you can't go wrong with the Hunter's Axe. Use the 2H form by pressing to gain enormous reach, attack radius, and damage. All of which make clearing the beginning human enemies very, very easy thanks to its unrivaled and charged . If you prefer a more finesse based weapon with some speed you can go with the Saw Cleaver but I strongly urge you to get the Hunter's Axe. It is the hardest hitting strength based weapon in the entire game. The Hunter's Pistol on the other hand is superior in my opinion to the Blunderbuss. It has a faster attack animation, single target damage, bullet velocity, and recovery from the attack itself; all characteristics you want when trying to reactively parry. With your character created you are now free to begin your journey through Yharnam. Please see all of the steps below and good luck. Step 1 Speak to Eileen in the sewer and Little Girl for the Music Box, then defeat Cleric Beast and Father Gascoigne Your first order of business is to reach Eileen through the sewer and speak with her before doing anything else. By talking to Eileen you are now on track for the rest of the game. So long as you come back and interact with her at the appropriate checkpoints in the gameas outlined in the Hunter’s Essence walkthrough, you will have no problem finishing your quest chain with her. Afterwards you can now decide if you want to kill her at Oedeon to get it out of the way or string it along. I prefer to tie up the loose end early just to get it out of the way so you don't forget. While in the sewer be sure to pick up the Hunter's Armor Set that is on the lefthand side where you fight the Lycan in the water. It will be just before you the very steep drop that places you in the middle of a ton of legless enemies. It is not only free but it also has the most balanced After completing this step you should have unlocked at least the following trophies: Cleric Beast Father Gascoigne
  11. The servers have now closed, thus the 100% is now unobtainable if you didn't get the online trophies before that happened. Roadmap Overview: -Estimated trophy difficulty: Not Enough Votes (Personal Estimate: 6/10 without boosting, 3/10 with boosting) -Offline (breakdown): 10 (10 ) -Online (breakdown): 10 (9 , 1 ) - Unobtainable -Approximate amount of time to 100%: 20-35 Hours, highly dependent on boosting and skill. -Minimum number of playthroughs needed: N/A -Number of missable trophies: None -Glitched trophies: None -Does difficulty affect trophies? No -Do cheat codes disable trophies? No Introduction: NFL Blitz is back, and with NFL License in hand. After years without licensing to include NFL teams, Blitz had been forced into changing its focus into the games known as Blitz: The League. Now that its got an NFL Licence back, it returns to its roots. It ditches the steroids, training, and injuries, leaving more room for old school NFL fun. This game plays exactly like the older Blitz games from the late 90s and early 2000s, but with upscaled graphics, online play, new gameplay modes, and last but not least, trophy support. So lets get started on your path to 100%. One of the best things about this game is that it really does not matter what order you want to do things in. Simply choose what looks like the best at that moment and play that. Every gametype is unlocked right from the beginning, so play what you want. If you'd prefer to do things in an order of sorts, then you can follow my recommended order below. Walkthrough: Step 1: Play Through The Gauntlet and Unlock all Fantasy Characters. Here you will want to play through 4 runs of The Gauntlet. This will consist of 48 games, which will pretty much get you accustomed to how the game plays and hone your skills before you jump in to online games. In this step you should unlock the following: I'm A Wizard! Monster Squad Now with those out of the way, and your abilities sharpened, its time to hop online. Step 2: Head to Head and Blitz Teams - Unobtainable In this step you will do all of your Blitz Battles games and unlock the following trophies: Big Fish, Small Pond - Unobtainable Movin' On Up - Unobtainable Hail To the King, Baby! - Unobtainable Local Celebrity - Unobtainable Tristate Triumph - Unobtainable Nation Domination - Unobtainable Your time spent unlocking these trophies, through either competitive playing or boosting, will amass a ton of Blitz Bucks, which will be a good start on the next step. Step 3: Elite League Trophies and Grinding Blitz Bucks - Unobtainable Now you will put all of those Blitz Bucks earned to good use. Focus on unlocking the following trophies: Buy the Power of Grayskull - Unobtainable Winners Can Be Choosers - Unobtainable Stack The Deck - Unobtainable Yoink! - Unobtainable This will take a very large amount of Blitz Bucks, so odds are you will need to grind them out in various online games. After you have done all of this, you can move on to the final step. Step 4: Cleanup of Misc. Trophies Now for a little bit of clean up. Any trophies you missed throughout the previous steps should be gotten here. Depending on how many of them you unlocked by accident, this may or may not consist of the following trophies: En Fuego Double Down Squibittydoo! BRAAAAINSSSSSS! Goin' Beast Mode Fast Fingers I Know Kung Fu Safety Dance Upon completion of this step, you should have 100%. Congrats!
  12. http://i.imgur.com/mT9JklB.png ROADMAP Overview: Estimated trophy difficulty: 1/10 (Platinum Difficulty Rating) Offline trophies: 19 (3(B), 7(S), 8(G), 1(P)) Online trophies: 0 Approximate amount of time to platinum: 6-10 hours (Estimated Time Platinum) Minimum number of playthroughs: 1 (You can select levels) Number of missable trophies: None Glitched trophies: None Does difficulty affect trophies?: No Do trophies stack?: No Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No cheats. INTRODUCTION Spongebob Heropants At first, I thought the game was entirely based on the movie, but when I got to play it, it wasn't. The only thing that is the same with the movie is the SuperHero mode. The game starts with Spongebob doing his daily routine, walking to work. As soon as he arrives at the Krusty Krab, they were confronted by a dolphin who tells them that something bad is happening around Bikini Bottom. It is all because of the pages of a book that can change the whole Bikini Bottom. It's like Silent Hill: Book of Memories, where you can change the past and present using a book. It's now up to you to uncover who's behind all this madness. WALKTHROUGH Step 1: Finish the whole story with one character while collecting pages The first thing you want to do is to finish the whole story. You can use any of the characters, but I highly suggest using Spongebob because you'll be using him most of the time for getting pages. Gather pages and memorabilia as much as possible, but don't mind if you miss other pages that requires a certain character. You'll be revisiting those levels anyway. Collect coins and use SuperHero mode as much as possible. See the trophies for this step for more information. After this step, you'll earn: A Good Start It Feels Better Vegeterian Unbeatabubble Wheeeeee! Scrap Metal The Bigger They Are... Can't Get Better Than This Bikini Bottom Heroes Like Looking in a Mirror Saved The World Step 2: Clean-Up This is where you collect all the remaining trophies and your Shiny Platinum of the game. Repeat any level where you have missed some pages, memorabilia, and gather coins. Keep on repeating levels until you have fully upgraded all the characters. See the trophies for this step for more information. After this step, you'll earn: Invincibubble Jurassic Dodger Self Inflicted Damage Scary Me Reality Restored Collector I'm Super Awesome The Real Hero If you find anything wrong, feel free to correct me!
  13. http://i.imgur.com/8KSQgBo.png Banner & Text Headers by ESYLD Not a registered member? Got any questions, suggestions, or concerns about the guide? Then why not join the forums today! This guide is only intended to be used by Playstationtrophies.org, and cannot be copied or rephrased in any way. If you find this guide posted elsewhere, then please contact the guide writers (Warbear) and/or (Harry94_) and let them know. Thank you. http://i.imgur.com/WdX4Um6.png By Warbear http://i.imgur.com/nCPKvKp.png Estimated trophy difficulty: 4/10 (Platinum Difficulty Rating) Offline trophies: 46 (9(H), 26(B), 10(S), 1(G)) Online trophies: 5 (4(B), 1(P)) Approximate amount of time to platinum: 36-50 hours. (Estimated Time to Platinum) Minimum number of playthroughs: 1 Number of missable trophies: None. Glitched trophies: 6 ( Now It's Safe, Trespassing, It's All In the Writing, This is Harraaaaan!, The Whole Story, Homo Homini Lupus Est) Does difficulty affect trophies?: N/A. Do trophies stack?: N/A. Do cheat codes disable trophies?: N/A. http://i.imgur.com/hUukaw4.png (For video walkthroughs on various trophies). Infinite Items Exploit (To make many trophies, much, much easier) http://i.imgur.com/UkGW10t.png The end of civilization is nigh, when disease spreads all over Harran and it is up to you to find a cure before it's too late. Dying Light stars Kyle Crane, who is issued with an undercover mission: To find an important file that can possibly have answers for a cure to the infection. Only little does he know that this mission will change his perspective on what the true task holds. Explore the slums of Harran and see what dangers lie. Appreciate the daylight, as it's crucial towards the task at hand... In terms of trophies, you're looking at a pretty average trophy list. There are no difficulty related trophies, and the platinum is pretty straight forward. You'll spend a lot of time completing story related and side quests trophies, as well as finding 67 collectibles. There are also a lot of miscellaneous trophies which take very little effort to earn. There are also 4 online trophies which can be easily boosted, with an organized group. There are also a lot of level related trophies, which should come naturally toward your Platinum run however. Earning your Platinum trophy should take no more than 40 hours. A Techland game, would not be a Techland game without it's common glitches and bugs. Unfortunately, this is the case with this title. At this time, we recommend that you backup your save data frequently and play the game strictly offline before you attempt to earn the online trophies to reduce your chances of getting locked out of specific trophies. There is also a game breaking glitch that can cause you to get stuck near the end of the game, but only if you return to it after completing the game for the first time. This bug can also cause you to lose ALL of your progress so avoid entering the door (which is shown on the map in Old Town). For more information on this matter, refer to the link below: WARNING: Do NOT Replay the Final Mission Through the Door on the Map http://i.imgur.com/V4N2in6.png Step 1: Complete the Main Story while completing as many Random Events as you can; capture every Safe Zone. In this first step, you will want to complete the main story line of the game. The main story takes about 10 hours to complete, and you'll also unlock 9 story related trophies in the process. During this step, it's also highly recommended to complete as many random events as you can. Random events are the blue http://i.imgur.com/Y6gStOz.png icons that randomly spawn on your map. The reason you want to pay attention to these is because it's very easy to ignore them early on in the game, while focusing on the story. Completing as many of these as you can early on in the game will make it easier on yourself when you try to earn both the We're All In This Together and Homo Homini Lupus Est trophies during step 3 of this walkthrough. It's worth noting that rescuing the hostages are by far, more rare than rescuing a survivor from a zombie so be absolutely sure to complete these events in Old Town whenever you have a chance. This is because Hostage events only spawn in Old town. You will also earn various misc trophies naturally during this step, such as: the three trophies that require you to reach level 10. It's nearly impossible to complete the game before you reach level 10 on all three skills. It's also highly recommended to capture every Safe Zone before you complete the main story. The main reason is because there is no way to fast travel to other safe zones so if you die, you will restart at the closest safe zone near your last death. Not clearing safe zones can cause you to respawn at a far location. This can become quite annoying, and time consuming if it happens frequently. Not only will you be saving time during your Platinum run, but you will also earn the Now It's Safe trophy in the process. There is a way to fast travel, which makes things much easier when going for the safe zones etc. To do it, simply head to Brecken's Tower (Slums) or Troy's Tower (Old Town) and interact with the poster in each one. Doing so will fast travel you from the Slums, to Old town and vice versa. Upon completing Step 1, you will earn the following trophies: Is It Really Necessary? Hush, Hush Now Little Craftsman Everybody Knows Kyle Agile Strong Flight of the Crane My left or your left? Snake in the grass Sightseeing Making Faces Tied loose end Now You Can Come In Vertigo Now It's Safe Bittersweet Step 2: Complete all 8 Quarantine Zones; complete 15 Agility or Power Challenges; get 15 Relief Packages. During this step, you're going to complete each task mentioned above. The Quarantine Zones should be completed first, as they're much easier to complete; while the 15 Challenges are much longer. Quarantine Zone locations are shown in the map with a http://i.imgur.com/OELaddC.png symbol. They're only shown on your map when you "discover" them however but they can be completed at any time. For specific locations on this trophy, refer to the Trophy Guide. The Challenges are more time consuming but they're pretty easy to complete as well. They're shown on your map with a http://i.imgur.com/axsPBn1.png icon for the agility ones and a http://i.imgur.com/VmnMmE9.png icon for the power challenges. While completing these challenges, be on the look out for Relief packages. Relief Packages will only spawn in Old Town and are marked with a http://i.imgur.com/RX1fMiJ.png icon on your map. You're able to collect these as well in the Slums but they stop dropping through story progression, while packages in Old Town respawn even after you complete the game. To summarize, you will want to complete these tasks in this order: Quarantine Zones (While collecting Relief Packages in the progress) Challenges (While collecting Relief Packages in the progress) Relief Packages Upon completing Step 2, you will earn the following trophies: Disaster Recovery I'm a Runner and a fighter Trespassing
  14. Home - A Unique Horror Adventure (PS4 and VITA) Overview: Estimated trophy difficulty: 1/10 (Trophy Difficulty Rating) Offline trophies: 12 (7(B), 4(S), 1(G)) Online trophies: 0 Approximate amount of time to 100%: 3 - 4 hours (Estimated Time to 100%) Minimum number of playthroughs: 3 (Possibly 4, read the roadmap) Number of missable trophies: All trophies are missable Glitched trophies: It may happen that trophies don't unlock on the PS4 version, read the details below. Does difficulty affect trophies?: No difficulty options available Do trophies stack?: Yes, the PS4 and Vita versions have separate lists for 3 in total. Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No cheats available. Introduction: Home is a 2D pixilated horror adventure game described as a unique horror adventure. The main objective is to get home while trying to solve some murders and why you're there but ultimately you decide what happens. The game is a bit similar to Lone Survivor, but is easier and shorter. You can finish the game in around an hour and a half, even less if you are going straightforward. To get the 100% you will have to get all 3 endings and complete some random tasks, nothing difficult but refer to the Guide for more information. All trophies are missable so if you didn't get one trophy you have to play the game from the beginning to try again, there is no chapter select option. The good news is that the game is really short and replaying the game will not take too long. Vita - Home is available for PS4 and Vita, both versions are and plays the same, nothing different. Each version has a separate trophy list but is exactly the same list. There is no cross save so if you want both 100%s, then you will have to get the trophies twice. This guide was written based on the PS4 version but after playing the Vita version I can tell there is no difference, the guide fits perfectly for the Vita version too. Trophies not unlocking? You should unlock all of the trophies normally but there seems to be a problem sometimes with trophies not unlocking when you complete the requirements on the PS4 version. If trophies are not unlocking for you try restarting the game, close the app and start it again, that should be enough for trophies unlock normally. If that didn't help then go to Settings on your PS4 – System Storage – Application Saved Data and delete your "Home" save file. Then start the game and try again, trophies should unlock now (Thanks DarkForce96 for the tip). The trophies seem to unlock normally on Vita. If you would rather follow a walkthrough instead of this Guide then see here for one created by diskdocx: LINK Walkthrough: Step 1 - Enjoy and finish the game for first time. Just enjoy and play the game, you will get familiar with the game, locations, and other elements. You may get most of the trophies without even trying and also will get 1 of the 3 possible endings. I suggest finishing the game in the Kitchen but is up to you (you need to have the pistol at the end of the game in order to do so, don't leave it in Norman's House). Step 2 - Collectibles, Side missions and End your story in the bathroom. On this playthrough you will focus on all the collectibles and side missions, you will get most of the trophies at the end of this playthrough, check each trophy for more information. Make sure you grab the pistol on the tunnels section and the knife on the sewers facility, leave the pistol when you are at Norman’s house, and when you go to the other room on the basement near the end of the game choose the opposite choice to your previous playthrough regarding Rachel (if you choose "yes" on your previous playthrough now choose "no" or vice versa). Finish the game in the bathroom (you need to have the knife at the end of the game in order to do so). By now you should have: Cause and effect Stolen identity Escape route A terrible tragedy Secret documents A close call I like to remember things my own way Grim discovery A warm place Step 3 - End your story in the kitchen. This step is only necessary if you didn't finish the game on the Kitchen on your first playthrough, if you finished the game in the Kitchen already you can skip this step. Focus on finishing the game and take the pistol on the tunnels but don't leave it in Norman's house as you will need it at the end. This step will get you Eraser Step 4 - Finish the game without taking any item and End your story by leaving. This will be a fast playthrough, you can finish the game in about 15 minutes or less if you don't interact with anything is not needed. You should know by now where to go and what to do, just focus on finishing the game. You are only allowed to pick the items required to continue: the hairpin at Norman's house, the crowbar and the keys at home (you can pick up the pistol and the knife too and still get Like it never even happened - Thank you RED_REBEL44 and Dark Poetry for confirming this). After you check the basement for last time just leave the house for the front door and finish the game. This step will get you Slipping away and Like it never even happened and your 100% on this game. Step 5 - Clean up if needed If you happen to be missing a trophy, then now is the time to get it.
  15. 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://i1074.photobucket.com/albums/w418/Survivor_PX/Trophy%20Guide%20Division_zpswlbbwg8f.jpg Roadmap Overview: Estimated trophy difficulty: 3/10 (Personal Estimate) (http://www.playstationtrophies.org/forum/tom-clancy-s-the-division/285751-platinum-difficulty-rating.html) Offline trophies: N/A, You must be connected to the servers in order to play. Online trophies: 51 (42(B), 5(S), 3(G), 1(P)) Approximate amount of time to platinum: 50-75hrs+ (http://www.playstationtrophies.org/forum/tom-clancy-s-the-division/285756-estimated-time-platinum.html) Minimum number of playthroughs: 1 Number of missable trophies: 1, Shadows of the Past. Glitched trophies: Yes, United We Stand and Skillz. Does difficulty affect trophies?: Yes, Know No Fear and Hardened Combatant Do trophies stack?: No, Completing a mission in Challenging will not count as completing them in hard. Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No, there are no cheat codes. Introduction: The trophies for this title are very straightforward. The only missable trophy is Shadows of the Past, see it's description for more information. You should also keep an eye on Deconstructive Criticism, Those Signature Moves and Skill Kill since they are cumulative and will save you time later on. Also you should play in a group instead of solo as much as possible in order to make progress towards Networking, Medic! and Lean On Me. If you don't have any friends to play with, the game has matchmaking tools for every mission, as well as for free roam in the safe houses. You can also find a partner or group here: http://www.playstationtrophies.org/forum/tom-clancy-s-the-division/285470-co-op-partners-thread-read-first-post.html Important Note: Internet connection and Playstation Plus are required to play this game Walkthrough: Step 1 - Complete missions and side missions. Reach level 30. During this step you should focus on playing the story missions on normal difficulty. Side missions will reward you with great amounts of xp and you should complete them in between missions to reach their recommended level and make them easier. Always visit safe houses when you enter a new area, this will unlock fast travel points, as well as mark all encounters and side missions in your map. By the end of the story you should be at or near level 30 and have completed a good amount of side missions. You should also pick up any collectible you come across and complete some encounters, but don't let them get you out of your way just yet. Note: As mentioned in the introduction: if you are playing solo, consider using matchmaking for the missions to start making progress towards the co-op trophies and save time later on. By the end of this step you will have unlocked the following trophies: Activated Outbreak Can't Stand the Heat! Crime and Punishment I've Got the Power Fly on the Wall Last Man Standing You Win Some, You Lose Some What Needs To Be Done The Final Curtain Gain a Foothold The Engineer The Doctor The Captain On The Level Step 2 - Fully upgrade your Base of Operations. Complete all encounters and remaining side missions. Now that you are level 30 and have completed the story you have access to the end-game activities. However now you should focus on fully upgrading your Base of Operations in order to unlock all abilities, perks, talents and more which will make end game content easier. In order to upgrade your Base of Operations you will need to do a good amount of encounters. This step should be quite easy but a bit time consuming. After you finish upgrading your Base, you should complete any remaining encounters side missions before you start working towards the collectibles. Note: There are some trophies tied to abilities or skills unlocked through Base updates. You should keep an eye on them and complete them as soon as you can during this step. By the end of this step you should have unlocked the following trophies: The Humanitarian One Down, Two to Go! Fixer Upper State of the Art Marathon Step 3 - Collectibles In this step you will be picking up all the collectibles in the game. One of the upgrades you made while upgrading your Base will show all of the collectibles in your map in a district after you complete all encounters and side missions in that area. Since those were cleared in the previous step, now you can simply fast travel to safe houses or completed mission areas and save a lot of time while collecting. Note: Some of the intel will not be visible in the map at simple view, depending on where they are located. This might lead people to believe the trophies are glitched or not unlocking. If the collectible is in or next to an area on the map where there are materials (purple areas on the map containing fabric, weapon parts, tools, etc.) you will need to zoom in as much as possible in those areas to make them visible. The game keeps track of the everything you've picked up. You can check in the intel part of the menu, if you think you've collected everything, check your totals per area and go back and check those areas. After completing this step you should have unlocked: Shadows of the Past Droning on... Survivalist Agent Diaries The Finder Incident Reports Step 4 - Dark Zone Now it's time to venture into the Dark Zone, which is the big middle section of the map. Any items you encounter in the Dark Zone must be extracted at an extraction point (marked in the map) you cannot leave with them or they will be destroyed. Also if you die at some point you will drop all the loot you have not extracted and any other player can pick it up. In the Dark Zone, PvP is enabled. This means you can work together or attack each other. Attacking and/or killing another player will give you rogue status, and will put a bounty on your head. Your main focus should be defeating bosses which spawn at almost every landmark and in the underground, they also will drop loot which you should try to extract at all 8 different extraction points. Anytime you see a rogue player, your attention should shift to taking him down. Note: It is not recommended that you go into the northern parts of the dark zone on your own. Enemies there are all level 32 and can kill you easily, consider joining a group for extracting items in those higher level zones. In this step you should unlock the following trophies: Worth the Wait Mass Extraction Plundered! Headhunter You Just Made the List... For Justice! I am the LAW! Step 5 - Complete all missions in hard at level 30, one mission in challenging difficulty and at least one mission on co-op without anyone dying or going down. By now you should be equipped with gear that will enable you go through every mission on hard without much trouble. You could do these with a team and try not to die for United We Stand which should unlock eventually even though it's currently glitched, it is not unobtainable. Completing a mission on challenging difficulty is the hardest trophy in the game, but with some patience you will be able to complete it. See Hardened Combatant for tips regarding this difficulty. After completing this step you should have unlocked: Know No Fear Hardened Combatant United We Stand Also, if you haven't unlocked it by now, you should also unlock: Looking for Group Step 6 - Clean Up You will have probably unlocked every other trophy while simply playing the game. If you missed anything, now it's the time to complete it. These trophies might include: Shut That Door Raid the Arsenal Networking Lean on Me Medic Deconstructive Criticism Good with my Hands Master Craftsman Bling! Bling! Natural Talent Skill Kill Skillz Those Signature Moves Platinum Agent
  16. ROADMAP Overview: Estimated trophy difficulty: 4/10 (Platinum Difficulty Rating) Offline trophies: 55 (54(B), 1(G)) Online trophies: 11 (10(B), 1(P)) Approximate amount of time to Platinum: Approx 40 hours (Estimated Time to Platinum) Minimum number of playthroughs: 2 - 1 on Survivor Difficulty + 1 in Score Attack mode. Number of missable trophies: 0 - You can get everything after the story via free roam and chapter replay Glitched trophies: Yes, 3 - Woman of the People, Compulsive and Avid Shopper [FIXED WITH PATCH 1.05 IN NEW GAME] Does difficulty affect trophies?: Yes, you must beat the game on Survivor difficulty. Do trophies stack?: Yes, beating Survivor unlocks the trophy for beating it on any difficulty. Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No cheats available. INTRODUCTION 11 months after its original release on Xbox One, Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration has arrived on PS4.The game is a joy for trophy hunting - the trophies are not too hard, yet not so easy that they would be boring. Luckily, nothing is missable since you can go back to all areas after beating the game and also use chapter select to replay specific sections. Since its Xbox One release, the game has come a long way with the addition of 5 DLCs - which are free when you buy the game for PS4. Due to the various DLCs, the game comes in at a whopping 125 trophies but you only need the trophies from the main game to unlock Platinum. The collectibles also get marked on the map when you find the the archivist map and satchel of the respective area. Lastly, I want to point out that the combat-related trophies can be unlocked in the DLCs and don't have to be done in the main game. WALKTHROUGH Step 1: Complete game on Survivor difficulty You must beat the game on survivor difficulty for the trophy "Ultimate Survivor". This is the second highest difficulty in the game but it's very doable on the first run but the only hard encounters are at the very end of the game. There are relatively few enemy encounters and you can take out most enemies in stealth to avoid open combat. The main difference to other difficulties is that your health doesn't regenerate (you must craft med kits to restore health), you take more damage and enemies have increased health. It would be beneficial to grab as many collectibles as possible as you play through the game. Not only will this save time later on but you also receive bonus XP to make your life easier on Survivor difficulty. Especially the challenge tombs provide significant perk unlocks and should be done as soon as possible (the one called "Voice of God" in particular). Pick up everything you can find – all collectibles get marked on the map after you find the explorer satchel and archivist map for an area and translate the monoliths. Just check your map before moving on to the next area and grab everything you can. Some items are inaccessible until you get certain story upgrades. You needn't bother with anything else here. Play the game as you wish. There's nothing missable so just enjoy yourself. You can replay all chapters via expeditions mode and mop up everything else in free roam after the story. Step 2: 100% Completion To complete the game 100% you must beat the story, do all side missions, solve the Challenge Tombs, find all collectibles and complete all challenges. Here is a list of all the different types of collectible: Relics Documents Survival Caches Coin caches Strongboxes Murals The following are not collectibles but are progression based tasks you need for 100%: Challenges Optional Missions Challenge Tombs Crypts The collectibles get marked on your map after finding the explorer satchel and archivist map for an area and translate the monoliths. Some collectibles are in underground areas and may not display correctly on the map so pay extra attention on challenge tombs, crypts and caves. If you are missing something and it doesn't show up on the map it is likely in one of those 3 places (or you are missing the map/satchel/monolith). You can view the world map at any time and scroll over a region to see how many collectibles can be found there. It's possible to fast travel back to all places that have completion based items (even to the Syrian tomb). You can also check for available challenges by pressing on the world map and scrolling down to the challenges tab. The skill "Intuitive" is highly recommended because it highlights collectibles through walls. For the collectible locations, see No Stone Unturned. Step 3: Miscellaneous Trophies After reaching 100% completion you might be missing a few combat-related or miscellaneous trophies. Most of these can be completed in free roam after finishing the story. Some of them are easier via chapter replay. The trophy guide below points out the best locations and farming spots for all of them. Step 4: Expeditions / Score Attack The last step is getting a gold medal in all levels and unlocking 300 cards in expeditions mode. For this you must reach a certain high score in each level which is based on your completion time, selected difficulty, card modifiers and challenges. Some modifiers will make the game harder (i.e. start level without ammo) and in exchange you get a significant score boost. It's not too difficult thanks to the free choice of modifiers and the x3 multiplier for survivor difficulty. You also get tons of credits and free card packs from completing the main game 100%, just buy the cheapest card packs and you shouldn't have any trouble unlocking 300 cards in total. The trophies Quite the Collector and These Belong in A Museum require an online connection! GLITCH WARNINGS: As of October 25, 2016 (Patch 1.04), the following glitches exist but no confirmation on if any of them will be fixed: Game Crashing/Not Loading/Corrupted Save: Some players have frequent crashes. For some it even crashes whenever the game is loading up, essentially making it impossible to play as if the save was corrupted. The fix is to disconnect from the internet and play offline - it will stop crashing and you can play normally. More info can also be found in this thread. SharePlay not working: There are reports of SharePlay being disabled for this game. DualShock 4 Light Bar settings being overwritten: There a report of the DualShock 4 Light Bar settings being overwritten by this game If you dimmed it in the PS4 settings, it may have full brightness anyway. Baba Yaga DLC Challenge Glitch: In the Baba Yaga DLC challenge where you have to shoot some lanterns, one of them can glitch out. It's best if you save in a different slot before doing this challenge so you have a fallback if anything goes wrong. Error connecting to servers: The game may show an error when trying to connect to the Square Enix servers. You do have to go online for two quick trophies but all your points and card packs get saved offline (you just can't access them) so you won't lose anything when playing offline. Next time you connect to the servers it will update your points and card pack rewards. High Dive Challenge Glitched: Some of the dives may not register properly. If that happens, then try jumping off the cliff and not the diving board.
  17. 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.
  18. Not a registered member? Got any questions, suggestions, or concerns about the guide? Then why not join the forums today! This guide is only intended to be used by Playstationtrophies.org, and cannot be copied or rephrased in any way. If you find this guide posted elsewhere, then please contact the guide writer (ixii) to let them know. Thank you. ROADMAP Overview: Estimated trophy difficulty: 3/10 (personal estimate) Offline trophies: 11 (10 , 1 ) Online trophies: 0 Approximate amount of time to 100%: 4-6 hours for the DLC content trophies and 15-30 hours for the Trials trophies if a new playthrough is needed, possibly less if there are previous saves available. (personal estimate) Minimum number of playthroughs: 1 playthrough of the main game & 1 playthrough of Trespasser DLC content. Number of missable trophies: 8 – Trial of Temperance, Trial of the Magician, Trial of the Tower, Trial of the Empress, Trial of the Fool, Trial of the Lovers, Lateral Thinker, Coroner. Glitched trophies: None. Does difficulty affect trophies?: No, but modifiers affect 8 of them (all of the main-game section). Do trophies stack?: N/A Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No cheats. - For more in-depth, detailed information on the main game, please see Vuule's Dragon Age: Inquisition – Trophy Guide & Roadmap. - Zuzela has written a detailed, step-by-step supplemental guide to achieving both trophies, the Trial of the Fool and the Trial of the Lovers, simultaneously. You can find it here: LINK. INTRODUCTION Trespasser is the third and final story-related DLC addition to Dragon Age: Inquisition. It is set two years after the end of DA:I, and quite nicely explains what your followers have been doing in this time. The new content is meant to be a post-game addition, and so your character is recommended to be at minimum level 20. The enemies in the new content are harder and more challenging, especially at higher difficulty levels so because of that, I would not suggest completing it on Nightmare. It's also the utter end of the game for your character – you will decide what you wish to do with the Inquisition and your choices will affect your ending. But before you do, you will have the ability to speak to your companions once again and learn what they have been up to in the last two years, as well as what their plans and opinions are for their and the Inquisition’s future. In my opinion, the story section of the DLC is well-done and satisfying. This DLC's trophies are a bit different than usual. They include two sections of trophies, the first includes 3 trophies that relate to the new DLC content. The second, however, includes 8 trophies that will have you replaying the original, base game content but using "Trials". These trials are modifiers meant to handicap you in some way or another, and come with a possibility of rewards in the form of equipment or sigils. I personally suggest that you do the DLC story content before returning to the original game to do the Trials. IMPORTANT TIP: In both the new and old content, you should save often and make multiple saves. Firstly, almost all of these trophies are missable so it's always good to have multiple back-ups just in case and secondly, even BioWare has suggested this as it seems the trials can be a bit buggy. Their warning states: "In rare cases, trials may cause enemies or followers to behave unpredictably. Keeping multiple save files is recommended". Finally, Trespasser can quickly become buggy, and if that happens you'd need to revert to a manual save to fix it. Sometimes it glitches where you cannot loot and cannot move after engaging in combat. WALKTHROUGH The trophies are split into two sections: Trespasser DLC content, and Base-game Content (in other words, the original content from Dragon Age: Inquisition, the main game). As aforementioned, I would suggest doing the DLC content before you tackle the Trials. Firstly (and most importantly), so that you are better able to enjoy the ending of your story. Additionally, another good, more tangible reason to do the DLC first is that when you locate the armor pieces from the Coroner puzzles, you are also rewarded with the schematics for those pieces, which will be available via the Golden Nug and thus can help you when you go to do the Trials in a different playthrough. STEP ONE: Play through the DLC content. WARNING: Once you begin Trespasser, you can no longer return to Skyhold or any other area, in fact. It is the beginning of the end and once you've completed this step, you will no longer be able to play this character so make sure you're completely ready: synchronize everything with the new Golden Nug in the Undercroft, finish up any side-quests or previous DLC content you want. I also advise making a save prior to starting the DLC. That way, once you’ve finished, if you want to go back and keep playing, you’ll be able to. When you are ready to begin, simply go to the War Room. On the Orlais side, there should now be a new mission to explore for 8 Power, which will take you to the Winter Palace, which will replace Skyhold as your hub. By the end of this step, you should earn the sole story-related, non-missable trophy: Forever Marked During this step, you should also keep track of the two collectible-related trophies, as there is a point of no return and they are easily missed: Coroner Lateral Thinker STEP TWO: Begin a new playthrough and/or load earlier saves, if you have them. There are 8 trophies that require playing through the main game again, using specific modifiers. These modifiers can be found by: Opening the main wheel using the options button . Select options, then select Trials (right under Gameplay). Here you can toggle all the trials on and off. All trials are meant to make certain situations more challenging but also increase your chances of receiving "special shipment" rewards, which you can find in the Undercroft in Skyhold. WARNING: While in this step, never press to "Reset" your settings in the Options menu. Doing so will deactivate all trials and void any in-progress Trials trophies. If you happen to have early saves from the game, that should work for most of them. You'll need saves that are, at minimum, at the following spots: Trial of the Magician: Prior to entering Val Royeux at all, and before beginning either In Hushed Whispers or Champions of the Just. Trial of Temperance: Prior to entering Emprise du Lion at all. Trial of the Empress: Prior to killing the level 12 Ferelden Frostback dragon in the Hinterlands. Trial of the Tower: Prior to killing the level 19 Hivernal dragon in Emprise du Lion. There are two trophies that can be done at any point in the game, even on a character that has already completed it. These are: Trial of the Hermit Trial of the Emperor And finally, there are two trophies that require an absolutely fresh playthrough and cannot be achieved using previous saves: Trial of the Lovers Trial of the Fool If you do not have saves that match the requirements, it is easily possible to do all of the Trials trophies in one new playthrough. However, I do suggest doing most of these on Normal difficulty because Nightmare will make them more challenging so it's best if you don't complete these on your Nightmare run if you have yet to get the trophy for it. Additionally, having a character which has already completed the game will make this step much easier because you will have access to all of the schematics you've found via the Golden Nug.
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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.
  20. http://i.imgur.com/NnpCU2b.png Not a registered member? Got any questions, suggestions, or concerns about the guide? Then why not join the forums today! This guide is only intended to be used by playstationtrophies.org, and cannot be copied or rephrased in any way. If you find this guide posted elsewhere, then please contact the guide writer (Harry94_), and let them know. Thank you. http://i.imgur.com/EGUTXU7.png http://i.imgur.com/NhFlIiH.png Estimated trophy difficulty: 6/10 Offline trophies: 0 Online trophies: 10 (8(B), 2(S)) (Destiny is an online only game) Approximate amount of time to 100%: 75 - 100hrs Minimum number of playthroughs: Multiple Questlines Number of missable trophies: None Glitched trophies: None Does difficulty affect trophies?: Need to finish the raid on heroic Do trophies stack?: N/A Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No Cheats http://i.imgur.com/OJBNZWj.png The Taken king is the first major expansion for Destiny, and it is the first expansion to bring trophies! The previous two mini expansions did not come with trophies, but this one has 10 new trophies for you to earn. The expansion has brought lots, and lots of changes to Destiny itself. The leveling system has been changed, and so has the way you obtain most exotics. Grinding has also been cut down, so you won't be doing the same thing over and over like Year 1 Destiny. Overall, getting these 10 trophies isn't too bad, but it will take you a while; you have to do lots of quests, and you will also need to gear up for the King's Fall raid. You cannot just go in there, as you will need to complete lots of quests to get the best guns and armor in order to be powerful enough to take on the raid. There are 8 trophies relating to quests, and two trophies relating to the raid. Completing the raid is the hardest thing about this expansion, as it requires lots of communication between 6 players. http://i.imgur.com/G48nblV.png Step 1: Complete the Taken King Storyline The first thing you'll want to do, is complete the storyline. It doesn't take very long to do the main missions, and you can complete them all in solo if you want to. Do note that you will need to be level 25 to go into these missions so make sure that you have a character at that level. After you do the first mission, you can go and pick up your new subclass quest from your Vanguard Mentor, which will also give you a trophy. Once you have done the storyline, a whole load of quests will open up and they will set the path to achieving 100%. At the end of this step, you will earn the following trophies: The Taken King Stormcaller, Sunbreaker, or Nightstalker (Depends on which class you play as) Step 2: Side Quests Now that you have completed the storyline, you will want to go and complete the side quests that the game has to offer. There are loads, in fact, The Taken King expansion added a total of 102 quests to the game. You do not need to complete all of those for the 100% however. How you go about this step is up to you, the trophy guide below will tell you how to go about doing each of the side quests so pick and choose. I do advise you do as many quests as you can, as this will give you better gear and improve your light level. The higher the light level, the easier the missions will be for you. You will also want to complete the subclass quests for the other two classes. You will need to have all classes at level 25 in order to do this. At the end of this step, you will earn the following trophies: Night Court Stormcaller, Sunbreaker, or Nightstalker (Depends on which class you play as) Still Got Wolf Problems Step 3: King's Fall Raid, Hunger Pang's Questline and Echoes of Oryx Questline Now that you are all geared up from the previous quests, you should be above 290 light level. If not, go and grind the weekly heroic strike playlist as this rewards lots of legendary engrams. You will need to form a fireteam of 6 and head into the raid, King's Fall. This raid is located on the Dreadnaught and in order to unlock it you simply need to complete the Taken King storyline. I have included the basic mechanics to the raid in the trophy guide below, but your best bet is to follow a video guide for each section and either explain to your entire fireteam what you'll be doing or get them to watch the same video. Once you complete the raid, you will be able to finish off those other two questlines, "Hunger Pangs" and "Echoes of Oryx". You will also need to find 45/50 calcified fragments as part of the "Hunger Pangs" and I have included a guide for their locations in the trophy guide below. At the end of this step, you will earn the following trophies: Hunger Pangs Second Wind The King is Dead Step 4: Complete the King's Fall Raid on Heroic More info will be released once the Heroic Raid is released
  21. http://i.imgur.com/lksXpOJ.jpg J-STARS Victory VS+ Trophy Guide & Roadmap Overview: Estimated trophy difficulty: 3/10 (Platinum Difficulty Thread) Offline trophies: 45 (36(B), 7(S), 2(G)) Online trophies: 5 (4(B), 1(P)) Approximate amount of time to platinum: 25+ hours Minimum number of playthroughs: 4 (1 for each story arc in J-Adventure) Number of missable trophies: 1 (as long you do not reset your progress at every story arc) Glitched trophies: 0 Does difficulty affect trophies?: No Do PS3 & Vita trophies stack?: No Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No cheats Extra equipment needed?: not required but a 2nd controller helps Introduction J-Starts Victory Vs+ is a tag-team fighting game originally released in Japan in 2014 to celebrate 45 years of Shōnen Jump and now it's coming to the West. The characters are from various popular series that were / are published by Jump. Apart from the usual online and offline fighting modes, there is a story mode called J-Adventure where you will spend most of your time on the road to the platinum. If you played the original version nothing has changed for this + (Plus) version, there is only the addition of an Arcade mode and they removed the 45th Anniversary emblem that was shown in some parts of the game. Walkthrough Step 1 - Finish one Story Arc in J-Adventure mode + Quests + Treasure Maps + Korin Tower Challenges + Monsters & Enemy Ships + J-Customize There are 4 Story Arcs to choose, although all of them are basically the same story, just with different characters. Since you will use this first playthrough to do all the quests and grinding battles, pick the story arc with your favorite characters to play with as you will also use them for the ending battles of the other 3 story arcs. Story Arc Teams: (+ chars don not get EXP) Dynamic Arc: Luffy, Ace, Seiya (+ Boa Hancock) Hope Arc: Naruto, Yusuke, Gon (+ Killua) Investigation Arc: Toriko, Goku, Zebra Pursuit Arc: Ichigo, Oga, Hiei (+ Killua) I also suggest to stick with only one of those characters to play, since he will be the one to get the most EXP. Always do all quests available before progressing in the story and, kill every new monster you see with your Ship's cannon (and kill more of them to reach 10 overall monster kills). Access the J-Point Shop regularly and look for new wares available for J-Adventure & J-Customize, buy any ship's part that becomes available and install it. Also, once in a while buy a treasure map and hunt it (at least 10 times). Make sure to battle 30 of the Mysterious Voices Ships (their ship is the same as your Jump Ship), and 30 Dark Phantoms Ships that appear later in the story. Although they are cumulative with your other playthroughs, you will speedrun the other 3 so do it here (especially the Mysterious Voices Ships, because they do not spawn in your cleared story arcs). When Bronze and Silver Coins become available to buy, get some whenever possible and unlock both J-Stars Deck 01 A & B. You need to reach 100 cards (that are 9 J-Adventure Cards from each Story Arc that you can only obtain from Quests) and having that (or prior to that) customize your J-Stars Deck 01 and make 6 lines Combination Bonus with your cards. You can buy Gold Coins if you wish, especially if you want to improve the bonus from your J-Stars Deck customization, just spare some JP to unlock the characters you want to use for Victory Road some steps ahead. As last thing to do on this first playthrough is The Korin Tower Challenges. They only get 2 enemies to fight around mid-story and more 3 near end-story. Have at least 10 tickets for it, the opponents here get very strong, they block and dodge a lot and their attacks takes a lot of your health, so be careful. Play and win at least 10 of those challenges, you can do more if you want for EXP or JP. This step will unlock: The Grand Adventure Begins Unto the Final Battle First Quest Cleared! Veteran Quester Thar Be Treasure! Treasure Hunter Devils Begone! Phantom Killer Testing the Waters Mightiest on the Ocean Fearless Challenger Champion of the World First-Time Hunter Cannon Marksman Sharpshooter of the Great Sea Apprentice Shipwright Veteran Shipwright Experience Makes a Person Ruler of the World Novice Customizer Nice Bonus! Born to Customize Point Hoarder Shop Items will Increase! First Purchase Celebrity Hero What will I Get?! You Got a Card! Card Collector Step 2 - Speedrun the other 3 Story Arcs Now you can do the other story arcs, ignore anything that is not a story quest. After a certain point in the story, the other teams will join your crew and then from this point onward start using the team you used in the first playthrough (not exactly a requirement). Each speedrun should take little less than 2h30. IMPORTANT NOTE: after finishing all the story arcs, you can still continue any of them as you will be placed right before the Final Boss. Then you are still able to keep fighting Dark Phantoms Ships, hunt treasures, do the Korin Challenges and quests, so do not choose to start again all of the 4 arcs if you are still missing some of those trophies. The only J-Adventure Trophy actually missable is for defeating 30 Mysterious Voices Ships Battles since they vanish after a certain point in the story, but they appear from the beginning of the story after the tutorial part (and are cumulative). This step will unlock: J-Adventure Maestro Step 3 - Unlock all Battle & Support Characters You should have more than enough JP to unlock all of characters and have Friendship maxed, so access J-Point Shop and go through both Battle Characters and Support Characters options unlocking everyone there. This step will unlock: Battle Roster Roll Call Support Roster Roll Call Step 4 - Victory Road mode Conquer all the 12 areas in the Victory Road mode, by reaching 100% Battles on each of them. The battles get tough by each new area you unlock, however you should be already very familiar with the game and play-style of your favorite characters that even the hardest difficulty will not pose a threat. This step will unlock: The Road to Strength The Road to Honor The Road to Glory Step 5 - Battle Online mode Play 20 battles online and make sure to win at least one. It is possible to play online solo against bots, which makes this easier. This step will unlock: Cutting Your Online Teeth Broadband Brawler Your Very First Title First Player Icon Step 6 - Miscellaneous & Free Battle mode Win 20 battles in Free Battle mode, and finish up any battle related trophy you are still missing. If you still did not get a J-Stars Card with 4 stars, now it is the time. You should already have access to Gold Coins and lots of JP for it, buy some Gold Coins and convert them into J-Stars Cards. Finally edit one of the BGM options to another BGM or a custom song. For PS Vita and PS4 your only option is to pick one version of the original song of the game. This step will unlock (many of these you probably already have by now): First Win's Always the Greatest Undisputed Champion You Got a Super Rare Card! BGM Connoisseur Expert Taunter Ultimate Fighter God of the Burst Tag-Team For Life Defense Demon Support Claimer Step 7 - Clean up Any trophy still missing? Here is time to do it. If it's something from J-Adventure, just continue any of the story arcs and you can still do most of the trophies. This step will unlock: J-STARS Victory VS+
  22. Thanks to Ashbo82 for the banner. Overview: Estimated trophy difficulty: 1/10 (Personal estimate) Offline trophies: 22 (4(B), 9(S), 8(G), 1(P)) Online trophies: 0 Approximate amount of time to platinum: 1 hour (Personal estimate) Minimum number of playthroughs: 1 Number of missable trophies: None Glitched trophies: 0 Does difficulty affect trophies?: No Do trophies stack?: Yes, there are 6 stacks. EU PS4/Vita, NA PS4/Vita and HK PS4/Vita. Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No cheats available. Additional peripherals required?: No Introduction: Tetra's Escape is a puzzle platforming game published by Ratalaika Games. You control blocks called tetras as you navigate 2D levels using the tetras' ability to transform into differently shaped blocks (called Tetrominos) to reach the end. There is a total of 64 levels in the game spread over 8 worlds. Trophy-wise, you only need to complete 6 worlds or 48 levels to get the platinum. The game is also Cross-buy. Walkthrough: Step 1: Worlds 1-6 + Collectibles. Completing the first 6 worlds will give you most of the trophies if you are collecting the stars and cups as you go. Both a video and a text walkthrough can be found under the World 1 trophy. Trophies earned during this step: First cup 10 Tetras saved World 1 World 2 Stars - 25% Cups - 25% 1000 moves World 3 100 Tetras saved World 4 Stars - 50% Cups - 50% World 5 World 6 This is the game Step 2: Clean up. If you followed the walkthrough, you should only be missing 200 Tetras saved and perhaps some miscellaneous trophies. They can be cleaned up through level select. Trophies earned during this step: And now ? Floor is Lava Forget something ? Early death 2500 moves 200 Tetras saved Job done !
  23. Overview: Estimated trophy difficulty: 5/10 (Platinum Difficulty Rating) Offline trophies: 0 Online trophies: 46 (32(B), 10(S), 3(G), 1(P)) Approximate amount of time to Platinum: 700+ hours ( Estimated Time to Platinum) Minimum number of playthroughs: 1 Number of missable trophies: None Glitched trophies: 6. All Tied Up, All Together Now, Guardian Angel, World Explorer, Evil Things with Crazy Teeth and Talented Builder Does difficulty affect trophies?: No Do trophies stack?: Yes, the EU and NA versions have their own lists and you can auto pop at least some of the trophies. Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No cheats available Additional peripherals required?: No Introduction: Fortnite is a co-op sandbox survival game made by Epic and is described as "Minecraft meets Left 4 Dead". Which is a fair description as the main things you will be doing is killing zombies and building all kind of structures. The game was planned to become Free-to-Play at some point in 2019. However this seems to have been scrapped. The Save the World edition has been delisted from the PSN store and can only be acceses through the free game. Speaking of Battle Royal, the mode is free to play but it doesn't have any trophies and none of the main game trophies can be earned while playing it. The trophy list will, however be loaded when playing BR but it can be deleted since it won't move from 0% completion. At the end of the Guide, I included some useful information for people starting "Save the World" : LINK Note regarding trophies: Most trophies won't pop until the current mission is finished, despite the requirements being met and you must successfully complete the mission for your progress to be counted towards any other trophies. Walkthrough: Step 1: Complete the story The first step is to complete the story along with the side and tutorial quests. You also want to collect all chests you come across as well as destroy gnomes, save survivors and kill Mist Monsters. Fully exploring every mission is also strongly recommended. Trophies earned during this step: Gunsmith Take Out Those Husks Some Sort of Rocket Shelter from the Storm Constructor Leadership Before and After Science Ride the Lightning Hired Gun Man on a Mission Retrieve the Data Rescue the Survivors Can You Feel that Shield Power? Launch the Rocket Walk the Plank! Two Swirls Ray.Readme Wow, I'm Inside! Gotta Get Rifty Shelter Skelter Liberation! Crank Up the Gain Future Days Quad Squad Become a Superhero All Together Now Survivor Specialist Proven Defender Outlandish! Dragon Slash! Darwin Rewards Epic Troll Stash ... Oops. Many Planks Amped for Expansion Uncanny! Into the Night Evil Things with Crazy Teeth Go Gnome! Loot Legend All Tied Up Step 2: Clean up This is where the true grind begins. It's time to get the remaining miscellaneous trophies. I would recommend starting with Plays Well with Others, then do "Save the survivors" missions while building and killing Mist Monsters as much as possible. Trophies earned during this step: World Explorer Unspeakable Horrors Talented Builder Plays Well with Others Guardian Angel Hero of the Storm
  24. Overview: Estimated trophy difficulty: 2/10 (Personal estimate) (poll) Offline trophies: 14 (2(S), 11(G), 1(P)) Online trophies: 0 Approximate amount of time to platinum: 30 – 60 minutes (Personal estimate) (poll) Minimum number of playthroughs: 1 Number of missable trophies: 0 (Chapter Select) Glitched trophies: 0 Does difficulty affect trophies?: No Do trophies stack?: Yes. The game has 6 stacks: NA PS4/Vita, EU PS4/Vita, and Asian PS4/Vita. Do cheat codes disable trophies?: None available Additional peripherals required?: No Introduction: Welcome to Midnight Deluxe, the second Midnight game. Gone are the days of collecting stars in favor of puzzle solving. Unlike 36 Fragments, the levels are not randomly generated each time you start the game, but are instead fixed puzzles - think Angry Birds and you'll have a general idea. On the Vita version you can aim with the touchpad in addition to the normal controls. Trophy-wise, it’s an easy game that can be completed in under an hour, and you only need to complete the first 40 of the games 70 levels for the Platinum trophy. Walkthrough: Step 1: Play the game During this step, you should just focus on completing the first 40 levels. You will earn most if not all trophies during this step. Trophies earned during this step: Go into the light Making friends Not overworking Not squared anymore Went to explore Stabbed Stunned Starter Improving Professional Expert Engineer You made it Platinum Midnight Step 2: Clean Up (Optional) If you missed any of the few miscellaneous trophies, they can be cleaned up via chapter select.
  25. 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
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