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  1. http://i.imgur.com/3DJ2Qz6.png Overview:
 Estimated trophy difficulty: 4/10 (Platinum Difficulty Rating) Offline: 51 (1 , 1 , 14 , 35 ) Online: 0
 Approximate amount of time to : 100+ hours (Estimated Time to Platinum) Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1
 Number of missable trophies: Oblivion Walker, War Hero (potentially, see the trophy for more info), With Friends Like These..., Bound Until Death, Hail Sithis! Glitched trophies: None Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No cheats available. Do trophies stack? They sure do. The PS4 remaster is an additional trophy list. PS4 Note: Using mods on the PS4 remaster will disable trophies. Introduction/Walkthrough: Welcome to Skyrim, the biggest RPG of the year and one of the most rewarding experiences you're ever likely to have on consoles. Let’s get started! You want a Platinum Trophy from this game, huh? Prepare yourself for a long and arduous ride. It's not a hard trophy list in any way, shape or form but there are a few trophies that could take you anywhere in the region of 150-200 hours – namely the level 50 trophy. Everything else will come along the way if you do all the main questlines and visit a ton of places. So, you want two Platinum Trophies? Well aren't you in luck because there is an additional trophy list for the PS4 version. If you want to run this marathon again, have at it because you can!! Where do I start? The truth is, you can start wherever the hell you want. If you want to start by doing the main questline, go ahead. If you want to start by doing the Thieves Guild, carry on. What I would say though is that when you’re working through the game and whatever else you do around Skyrim, keep one eye on a few of the cumulative trophies (like collecting 100,000 gold, reading 50 skill books and picking 50 pockets & 50 locks), other than that, just do what you want and consult this guide when you need more guidance on how and when to do something. Oh and remember to persuade, bribe, and intimidate someone whilst in game… theoretically, if you do hundreds of quests, only sticking to one, you could miss this. Supremely unlikely, but true. NOTE: Now, I’m not sure what happens if you kill a major questline giver, like the leader of the Thieves Guild or the leader of the Dark Brotherhood or even if you can, so try not to. The Radiant Storytelling system should offer new quest givers, but we didn't find ourselves in that position. What about those missable trophies? Oblivion Walker, for getting 15 Daedric artefacts is the only one missable, which we discovered after extensive testing. This is basically because in these 16 quests you need to obtain the artefact in 15 of them, and some of them you can come away without it. So take heed and keep an eye on these artefacts - anything that involves a shrine or some other-worldly spirit of power, take heed. There are only a handful of those that result in no Daedric artefact, but you only need to get 2 wrong and you're out of luck. Additionally see the War Hero trophy for information on it being potentially missable. 4/4/2013 Update: Because of recent patches, the issue with The One With Shadows has been fixed and is no longer missable. Thanks to Xortin for the heads up. The Dark Brotherhood trophies are potentially missable if you kill Astrid in the cabin and choose to "Destroy the Dark Brotherhood." So, is there anything else about the PS3 Ultimate Edition and PS4 Remaster? Well, what do you know, there is. Here's the thing. Both of those come with the three DLC's on the disk. Unfortunately, as they tend to do, vampires really screw things up. Their indiscriminate bloodsucking can kill NPC's that may also hold questlines. Until you're level 10 though, there is smooth sailing. After that though, it's best to do Dawnguard and shut them down. While we're here, can I have links to the DLC guides? Since I'm in a giving mood, you sure can. Thanks to Darth_Krid for writing those. Dawnguard Hearthfire Dragonborn Is there anything else? Well, no, not really. The beauty with Skyrim's trophy list is that you can just enjoy your time with the game, from start to finish, without fear of missing any trophies along the way. There are a few trophies that are tricky unless you know how, things like marriage and activating the Dark Brotherhood for one. There’s also some neat tricks on how to get many of the game’s more arduous trophies and clarification on others. At the end of the day though, enjoy yourself. That level 50 trophy is going to take you some time! 
 Good luck and enjoy your time in Skyrim. It’s a blast! And if you need help finding a location, check out this reference map, courtesy of gamebanshee.com.
  2. If you have found this guide from outside the site and found it helpful, make sure to join PlaystationTrophies.org so that all the content becomes available to you. LINK HERE. The servers have now closed, therefore the Platinum is unobtainable if you didn't get the online trophies before that happened. ROADMAP Overview: • Estimated trophy difficulty: 3/10 (Personal) • Offline trophies: 16 (8(B), 6(S), 2(G)) • Online trophies: 23 (16(B), 4(S), 2(G), 1(P)) - Unobtainable • Approximate amount of time to platinum: 11-15hrs • Minimum number of playthroughs: N/A • Number of missable trophies: None • Glitched trophies: None • Does difficulty affect trophies?: Yes INTRODUCTION This year’s FIFA brings with it the usual graphical and gameplay improvements, but to all intents and purposes it’s the same beast you have all come to know and love. As usual, the trophy list is nice and open, and easily broken into. But unfortunately, it has a few of those annoyingly precise luck based trophies that have plagued Fifa games of years gone by. Overall though, it’s a pretty achievable platinum once you put the time in. For the most economical path through the list, I recommend you have a read through the whole guide before you start. Sometimes you can bundle trophies together, sometimes it’s better to avoid trophies until you have played for a while already. Feel free to approach the walkthrough below at whatever point you like, as for the most part you can dive in wherever you’d prefer to start and enjoy your time in Fifa 15; it is the beautiful game after all. WALKTHROUGH Step 1: Kick Off As with most Fifa games, this year’s version may feel a bit ‘off’ at first if you are used to the previous version. Most of the guide assumes you have a decent grasp of what each of the controls do, so give yourself a match or two to run a shakedown on how the new game feels. Also, have a play through the Skill Games. They will sharpen you up and you will pick up a few quick trophies as well. Step 2: Single Player Seasons and Ultimate Team Trophies A lot of the trophies from different sections of the game are similar to each other, so rather than bounce back and forth from one type to another, bundle them together. The easiest ones to start of properly with are single player related. You can just wade in without having to organise help. Also a lot of these trophies can be played against the AI, so you can easily find your level before having to confront online players. Also, before starting Ultimate Team, have a look at all the FUT trophies to make sure you are not doubling up on matches unnecessarily. Step 3: Online Seasons, Co-op and Ultimate Team Trophies - Unobtainable Once you manage to hook up with a partner, you should be able to play through the trophies needing help pretty quickly. An hour or two is plenty of time to get through them all, while getting each of the trophies for both you and your partner. Step 4: Manager Mode and Player Transfer/Loan The Manager Mode trophies can all be done very quickly on a single save file. Again, have a quick read through them in the guide, and you can get the lot done in 15 minutes or less. The Player career trophies can also be done quickly, as you can get them near the start. Note also that the Stylin’ trophy in this version of the game is based in career rather than Pro Clubs. Step 5: Specific Shots When you have about 70% of the trophies completed, it’s likely that the only trophies left will be the technical shot type ones. Keep those for last purposely, as you may unlock a few of them in normal play while doing the rest of the list. This last step may end up in a bit of a grind, but unfortunately these are the luck based trophies I was talking about in the intro. Cross your fingers, and hopefully these trophies will unlock for you sooner rather than later. Kick Off matches will be your base for most of these, but if you are really struggling and/or finding it hard to juggle controllers, getting aide online can help speed things along. Step 6: Clean Up By now you will probably have done most if not all of the list. The Activities menu stuff can be done in a few minutes if they still need to be. The rest should have already been taken care of in the steps above. If not, pick them off quickly now for your Platinum and enjoy.
  3. 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
  4. 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.
  5. This guide is intended for use on PlayStationTrophies.org only. You may not copy this guide and post it elsewhere, regardless of if you try to pass it off as your own work or give me credit. Changing the wording slightly to try to pass it off as your own work is also forbidden. If you still have any questions to ask about this game and its trophies, or just want to say thanks, feel free to create an account and say hi. I'd be happy to answer any questions you have, and there are plenty of other great guides for other games written by others who will be happy to help you get your trophies. Overview: Estimated trophy difficulty: 1.5/10 (Rating Thread) Offline trophies: 0 Online trophies: 20 (20; is NOT required) Approximate amount of time to 100%: 11-15 hours (Rating Thread) Minimum number of playthroughs: varies per game, see below Number of missable trophies: 0 Glitched trophies: none Does difficulty affect trophies?: n/a Do trophies stack?: n/a Do cheat codes disable trophies?: n/a Multiple controllers needed?: no Introduction: The Jackbox Party Pack contains 5 games: You Don't Know Jack 2015, Fibbage XL, Lie Swatter, Word Spud, and Drawful. Each game has only 4 trophies associated with it. Even though these are party games meant to be played by multiple people, all trophies can easily be done by yourself and only one DualShock 4 controller is needed. Any difficulty to be had comes from the YDKJ 2015: Winventory, but even that is negated if you use the full list of answers provided in this guide. Without it, it's still not that difficult as most of the Wrong Answers of the Game you'll have to pick are so obvious that you'll only miss them by instinctively picking a right answer when you see it before you take the time to look for what could be the Wrong Answer of the game. The only other trophy of any mild difficulty is Lie Swatter: Squish, Nothing But Wet, but if you take your time and search thoroughly before answering, even that should not be a problem. All of the trophies here are online trophies. It is impossible to advance beyond the title screen without being connected to the internet and signed into PSN. Not even You Don't Know Jack 2015's single player option can be played without an internet connection. However, as you are not playing with or against other players over PlayStation Network, an active PlayStation Plus subscription is not required. The bulk of the time to 100% comes from You Don't Know Jack 2015's YDKJ 2015: Winventory trophy. Each episode of the game takes roughly 13 minutes to complete if playing solo. For 50 episodes, that's about 10 hours and 50 minutes. Getting all the other trophies in the pack is fairly quick, taking roughly an hour to an hour and a half. Firefox Multi-Account Containers Instructions Each game uses smartphones, tablets, or computers as controllers instead of DualShock 4 controllers, which means you won't have to buy extra controllers to 100% this game. You also won't need other people to play with or even multiple devices. With a browser extension like Firefox Multi-Account Containers for Firefox, you can create and control as many players as needed from one computer. When you install the extension, it will come with 4 containers by default: Personal, Work, Banking, and Shopping. Every container allows you one new player, so you will need to create 6 more containers. Click and hold on the new tab button (big + at the top of the window) until the Containers menu appears, then select Manage Containers. Underneath the list of containers you should see an Add New Container button; click it. Give the container whatever name, color (a unique color for each container is strongly recommended), and icon you like and then press Done. Repeat 5 more times and you should have 10 containers. With all your containers created, when you're ready to start a game with yourself, once again click and hold on the new tab button until the Containers menu appears. Select any of your containers to open a new tab in that container (you should see that the top of the tab has a color bar matching the color of the container). Go to jackbox.tv, enter your room code and player name, and sign into the game. Then repeat the process, creating new tabs in unused containers, to keep signing in more players as needed. You Don't Know Jack 2015 Walkthrough Minimum number of playthroughs: 51 Step 1: Play Episode 1 alone and get all the questions right. This step will get you YDKJ 2015: Drain the Main Brain and YDKJ 2015: Dat'll Do. Step 2: Replay Episode 1 with two players this time, get the Wrong Answer of the Game, and have whichever player is losing after question 10 get everything right during the Jack Attack. This step will get you YDKJ 2015: Take It From Behind. Step 3: Play the other 49 episodes, getting the Wrong Answer of the Game in each of them. This step will get you YDKJ 2015: Winventory. Fibbage XL Walkthrough Minimum number of playthroughs: less than 1 Step 1: Start a 3 player game. For the very first question, have one of the players enter "PICK ME" and the other two players enter the exact same thing. When picking answers, have the other two players pick the "PICK ME" answer. This step will get you Fibbage XL: Politician and Fibbage XL: Copycatfishers. Step 2: For the second question, pause the game using the controller and then go to a search engine to find out what the right answer is. Have one of the players type this in as their lie. When picking answers, have all players pick the correct answer as you know what it is having looked it up. This step will get you Fibbage XL: Don't Know What To Believe Anymore and Fibbage XL: Truth Fairies. Drawful Walkthrough Minimum number of playthroughs: 1 Step 1: Start a game, designating one player as "WINNER". Write in the instructions of what you're meant to draw rather than actually drawing anything for the entire game. You can get the trophies in whatever order you want over the three rounds of drawing, refer to the guide for details on each trophy. This step will get you Drawful: Goodfinger, Drawful: Show Me the Monet, Drawful: Schmuck of the Draw, and Drawful: "Art" Connoisseur. Lie Swatter Walkthrough Minimum number of playthroughs: 3 Step 1: Use Multi-Account Containers to create 10 different players. DO NOT START THE GAME. Name one player "WINNER" and another player "Sparkles". This step will get you Lie Swatter: Blufforgy and Lie Swatter: "What's My Name?" ft. Bugs. Step 2: Clear out all players except for WINNER and one other player and start the game. For the first round, pause the game using the controller and look up whether the 7 statements are true or false. Have both players answer correctly, but have WINNER pick first to get a time bonus. This step will get you Lie Swatter: Squish, Nothing But Wet. Step 3: Continue playing, although this time you can just guess. Have both players guess the same thing and have WINNER guess first for the time bonus if correct. Each game is 3 rounds, so you will have to play the remaining 2 rounds of the game from step 2 and then 2 more full games. This step will get you Lie Swatter: Tri-Swatter. Word Spud Walkthrough Minimum number of playthroughs: 4 Step 1: Use Multi-Account Containers to create 8 different players. DO NOT START THE GAME. Name one player "WINNER". This step will get you Word Spud: Word Herd. Step 2: Clear out all players except for WINNER and one other player and start the game. Play one round and accept every word. Put in "nugget" as one of your words during this step. This step will get you Word Spud: Group Hug and Word Spud: Golden Nugget. Step 3: Play three more rounds and intentionally reject one of the other player's words every round so that WINNER wins them all. This step will get you Word Spud: Spud Stud.
  6. 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!
  7. http://i.imgur.com/cEQDgUG.png http://i.imgur.com/SqIm53z.png If this guide was helpful and you would like to join the forums, please feel free to give me a referral by clicking here. Thanks. http://i.imgur.com/zt492ba.png If you've got the post count per page set to default, this guide will consist of 2 pages (16 posts total). Road Map Overview Step 1) Playthrough 1 Step 2) Playthrough 2 - True Vault Hunter Mode (1.5 playthrough) Step 3) Clean Up / 3 Partial Playthroughs Summary Co-Op / Boosting Tips, Tricks & Strategies [*]Trophy Guide Hidden trophies [*]Mission Guide [1/2] (All Side Missions Guide) [*]Mission Guide [2/2] (Undiscovered Missions Guide) [*]Challenge Guide [1/3] [*]Challenge Guide [2/3] [*]Challenge Guide [3/3] http://i.imgur.com/DDnjc43.png Estimated trophy difficulty: 5/10 Total Trophies: 51 | 39(B) 9(S) 2(G) 1(P) (20(H)) Offline Trophies: 50 Online Trophies: 1 - Friendship Rules [*]Approximate amount of time to platinum: 40-80 hours. (Depending on boosting, co-op & luck!) [*]Minimum number of playthroughs needed: ~1,5 (+3 Partial playthroughs.) [*]Number of missable trophies: 0 [*]Glitched trophies: 1 - Challenge Accepted (Temporarily though. See the trophy for more details.) [*]Do cheat codes disable trophies: N/A [*]Extra equipment needed: None. (Second controller does make completing certain challenges easier.) [*]Does difficulty affect trophies: There’s no difficulty option. (Other than a Playthrough 2 which is harder than Playthrough 1.) Removing updates/Exploits: There are numerous exploits that you can use to obtain some of the trophies. Please note, that if you're going to delete any patches to use these exploits, to make a back-up of your save file. Not only did these patches remove exploits, they fixed quite a few bugs and glitches. Also, playing without patches on a save file that has been patched before, could cause save file corruption. Step 1) Playthrough 1 Pick any of the 4 classes to your liking and start your adventure. You can choose to play solo, split-screen, or (split-screen) online. However, if you want to obtain the trophies as fast as possible, you’ll want to start out as either the Assassin (Zer0) or the Gunzerker (Salvador), since you need to reach level 31 and 25 with these to obtain 2 class specific trophies. The other 2 class specific trophies can be obtained as soon as you hit level 5. You can of course choose to do this later on when you’re more familiar with the game. Not to mention, the badass stat bonuses carry over to different characters, which will make it easier. The platinum time for this game depends on many factors. Do you play co-op, solo, do you use boosting methods etc. But most of all, it depends on luck. Why? There are a few trophies which involve quite some luck. The following trophies require some luck: "Cute Loot", "Definitely An Italian Plumber" & "Challenge Accepted". They're pretty easy, but they all depend on a rare spawn. Cute Loot requires a Chubby kill, but it's a rare spawn. Same goes for Definitely An Italian Plumber, which requires a Donkey Mong kill. The Challenge Accepted trophy itself doesn't require much luck, but there's 1 challenge, the Jimmy Jenkins challenge, which requires you to kill Jimmy Jenkins, who also is a rare spawn. Probably even more rare than the other two. For more details, see the specific trophies. There's one other trophy that relies on a rare spawn, which is the "A Tribute to a Vault Hunter" trophy. He also is a rare spawn, but before the latest patch (1.01), he was a 100% spawn, until a certain progression in the main story. You can, if you really want, delete the patch and get a 100% spawn again. For more info, see the specific trophy. The game itself shouldn’t be too difficult. If you have problems advancing through the story missions, go back and do some side missions instead. Leveling up is a great way to deal with any difficult situation. You can always leave a mission or area and come back later when you've leveled up some. Sometimes, just leveling up 2 levels will make a great difference. (Also, check out the tips given in Step 2 of this Road Map.) If you find any purple loot but don’t like it and want to sell it, you might want to hold on to it for a while. There’s a trophy that requires you to have purple rated gear or better equipped in all slots. You shouldn’t have any trouble finding the required weapons, but class mods, relics, grenades and shields aren’t as easy to find. For more info, see the “Decked Out” trophy. Most trophies should come by normal game play. But keep an eye out on your challenges list (, scroll all the way to the right with . At the Badass rank tabs, press ). You should be focusing on the many side missions first, but there are many specific challenges you’ll need to complete, such as killing enemies with a certain element, or using certain shields. So if you normally don’t use a certain shield or weapon, you might want to keep them, or try to complete those challenges as soon as possible. The challenges do carry over into playthrough 2. Most challenges should complete by normal game play. There are 2 challenges you probably want to keep an eye on from the beginning, else this will require some grinding at the end. It's the 'Open Wide!' Shotgun challenge, which requires 750 up-close kills. And the 'Splish Splash' Rocket Launcher challenge, which requires 200 splash damage kills. For more detailed info, see the “Challenge Accepted” trophy and the challenge guide. Also, be on the lookout for any ‘!’ on your maps. These are side missions you can start. There are 2 related trophies, one of which is to complete all the side missions in the game. So always check whether you can start new side missions and where you need to complete these. Sometimes you can complete multiple ones at once because their objectives are close to each other. Sadly, you can’t track more than 1 mission at a time. These side missions are also a great way to gain experience and loot. 1 Side Mission ('You.Will.Die (Seriously)' - Terramorphous) can only be done after completing the Main Story Line and you probably want to be level 50 first. Side missions don’t carry over to playthrough 2, but you can always go back to Playthrough 1, where you can complete any side missions you’ve got left. (From the main menu, press , load existing character and choose ‘Normal’. Choose to continue and you’ll spawn wherever you were in Playthrough 2.) Once you've completed the main story line and did every side mission possible, you probably want to discover every location and uncover any black/grey spots on your map for the "World Traveler" trophy. Doing so will also net you the 4 other (area specific) trophies, the "Urban Explorer", "Arctic Explorer", "Highlands Explorer" and "Blight Explorer" trophy. You can also do this on playthrough 2, since every location you've discovered in Playthrough 1, doesn't have to be re-discovered. Step 2) Playthrough 2 - True Vault Hunter Mode (1.5 playthrough) After the last mission, you can back out of the game and choose to continue. However, this time you can choose to start playthrough 2 (True Vault Hunter Mode) or playthrough 1 (normal mode). Playthrough 2 is like a New Game Plus (NG+). It’s exactly the same, however this time you’ll face more, stronger and different kind of enemies (level 31+, more badasses, stronger weapons, better tactics, etc.) If you're having difficulty with Playthrough 2, read the tips, tricks and strategies at the bottom of this Road Map. You don’t actually have to complete all the playthrough 2’s story missions. You start playthrough 2 so that you can level up to level 50 for the required trophy, and so that you can kill Terramorphous. You can of course, choose to complete the story again. Once you’ve obtained level 50, you can go back to playthrough 1 and finish the ‘You.Will.Die. (Seriously.)’ mission there, which requires you to kill Terramorphous. Or do this at the end of playthrough 2. For more detailed info, see the "Capped Out…For Now" (Level 50) and "Thresher Thrashed" (Terramorphous) Trophy. To go back to playthrough 1, at the main menu press and load an existing character. Choose 'Normal mode. Just a heads up for when you beat the Main Story line in Playthrough 2. You'll enter 'Playthrough 2.5' automatically (unofficially named that way since Borderlands 1). All enemies will be level 52 this time around.
  8. Estimated trophy difficulty: 3/10 (6/10 without creative mode) (poll) Offline trophies: 33 (18(B), 11(S), 4(G)) Online trophies: 5 (4(B), 1(P)) Approximate amount of time to platinum: 20-30 (50-80 without creative mode) (poll) Minimum number of playthroughs: 2 (4 recommended) Number of missable trophies: 2 ( Vegan, Bad Father) Glitched trophies: some (see note below) Does difficulty affect trophies?: no, most trophies can be earned in peaceful/creative mode The Forest: Map (use this map to find collectibles and other POIs) Simplified cave map (useful to find cave entrances) Official The Forest Wiki (everything about crafting) Wikipedia: The Forest (more about the story and setting) Welcome to The Forest! One of the best survival horror games on PS4. If you ever watched the movie The Descent, you know what to expect in the cave systems of The Forest. Thankfully this game is not entirely dark and nerve-wrecking: The island is full of beautiful dense vegetation and peaceful animals. Unlike other open world crafting games The Forest actually has an interesting story and even gives you some hints on what to do next. If the normal mode is too stressing for you, there also is a peaceful mode without enemies. The game basically offers three modes: normal, peaceful and creative. In peaceful mode there are no enemies, but you still have to deal with hunger, thirst and limited stamina. Finishing the game for the first time unlocks creative mode. This mode allows you to play the game without enemies, hunger and thirst - plus invincibility and unlimited stamina. As there are only 3 trophies that are related to enemies ( Choppy Chop, Major Cannibalism, Splatter), most of the trophies can be done in peaceful and creative mode. You can use these modes to explore the island at your own pace and play around with the crafting and building mechanics. Approaching all trophies in normal mode will be quite challenging and lengthy. In the current version of the game (1.15) there are some collectible trophies that have to be completed in a single session. Reloading your save game might reset the counter and void your progress. Some other collectible trophies may on the other hand unlock before the requirements are met. It's hard to say whether these known glitches are still present in the current version or have been patched already. Just be aware that the few positive glitches may not be present in a later version of the game. Another trophy that one could call glitched is Trophy Hunter. Getting a goose head is not a trivial task: When you kill a goose on the water, the body sinks to the ground and can not be accessed to cut off the head. If a goose is killed near the water the button prompt to skin the goose is replaced by the prompt to drink water and becomes inaccessible. If you want to play safe, approach the following trophies in a single session: Choppy Chop Green Thumb Major Cannibalism Neuropath Don't Save The Forest You are a fun guy The required amount of time to platinum this game heavily depends on whether you use creative mode and know what you are doing. If you play in normal mode and try to find out everything by yourself, you could easily spend 80 hours or even more to get the platinum. There are some areas in the game that are not accessible unless you bring a certain item with you. Not knowing this minimal set of required items means you have return to where you came from and find the required item first - more or less by accident. The speedrun section of this guide contains a brief outline of the required tasks to finish the game. There are two trophies that exclude each other: Vegan (don't kill or eat animals) and Trophy Hunter (kill all animal types and display heads). In theory you could do a vegan playthrough, save your game, finish it, reload and do the other trophy. However, a vegan playthrough can easily be voided by accident (see trophy details). I recommend to just enjoy the game without worrying about accidentally killing an animal and doing a separate vegan speedrun afterwards. If you rush trough the game in creative mode you can finish it in under 20-30 minutes. Before you start: There are two quite lengthy trophy requirements: Walking 50,000 steps and not finding your son for 100 days. When you got most of the trophies you will probably not have spent more than 20 days and 20,000 steps. You can either just continue playing (100 days = 40 hours) or use creative mode to get these trophies 'away from controller' to reduce your actual play time (see trophy details). The following steps can be combined to a single playthrough in normal mode that will take about 50-80 hours. Using peaceful and creative mode can drastically reduce this to 20-30 hours, but will also take most of the tension out of the game. However, if you are more into crafting, building and exploration, not having enemies in the game might still be a good idea. Step 1: Peaceful mode: Get used to the game and finish it (1-10 h) The following trophies can only be done in the last area of the game. Getting to the point where you can do them requires all the things I listed in the speedrun section. Therefore, you should do them in this run or in the speedrun to save time. Daily Grind Make it Rain Big Spender Gross! Survive The Forest Step 2: Creative mode: Remaining trophies and grinding (10-20 h) You will probably have earned some of the following trophies already. Remember that walking 50,000 steps and spending 100 days on the island should be done after all collectible trophies as they require a lot of walking anyway. 5 Star Hotel Birdseye Boy Scout Commercial Fisherman Demolition Expert Fisherman Gabe Fan Green Thumb Handyman Longest Wall Monster Neuropath Unseen Bad Father Bite me! Crafty Don't Save The Forest Good Father Step Master You are a fun guy You should be looking for Timmy Get Closure Spelunker Trophy Hunter Step 3: Normal mode: Enemy related trophies (1 h) Build a minimal base (shelter, drying racks) and get a good weapon early. You can get the katana within the first 5 minutes of the game from the Dead Cave (cave 1). Use the easternmost entrance near the cannibal village, climb up the rope and keep left until you reach the end of the corridor. If you sneak the enemies will not bother you (see ). Choppy Chop Major Cannibalism Splatter Step 4: Speedrun for Vegan trophy (20-30 min) A speedrun can be useful to unlock creative mode or to get the Vegan trophy. Similar to the previous step using creative mode makes speedrunning a lot easier and faster: You don't have to fight, eat, drink, rest and you can just jump down ropes and ledges. If you are not using creative mode you should take some meds, snacks and soda with you. Some ledges on your way through the caves are designed to require the climbing axe, but you can also just 'spam jump' up without the climbing axe (or build a small platform in creative mode). Warning 1: When you climb down into a cave you can press (X) to jump down the rope and save some time. However, do not jump too early, because the game loads the cave while you are entering it. If you jump before the cave is loaded or jump towards the walls you get stuck between the surface and the cave. Try to jump to the surface or reload your last save. Warning 2: There are faster methods to speedrun this game, but they heavily rely on wall clipping. If you are not a professional speedrunner and do not know the game inside out it will probably be faster to just follow the steps below. Recommended steps to speedrun the game 1) collect booze and cloth from suitcases near the plane to craft molotov cocktails 2) craft a spear and collect as many sticks as possible 3) go to cave 5, get the rebreather and go through cave 5 4) from goose lake, walk towards the beach, enter cave 6 and get the key card 5a) from cave 6 go north to cave 7 and make your way to the sinkhole (normal/peaceful) 5b) in creative mode you can just jump down the sinkhole after cave 6 6) dive into the water and enter the last cave where you will need the key card 7) use molotov cocktals and spears 'at the end' Vegan Step 5: Co-op trophies (5-25 min) This step unlocks the remaining multiplayer trophies. The trophy that requires you to sleep with another player can not be done right after you start a new game: You have to wait until evening before you can start sleeping (about 24 minutes). After that, these trophies should be done in 5 minutes. Hint: Please note that you need to be the host to unlock Medic in the current version (1.15). Be Extremely Nice Be Nice Camp Out Medic
  9. http://i.imgur.com/xr8hphO.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 The servers closed on March 29th, 2018 so the online trophy is now unobtainable. Road Map Overview Trophy difficulty: 7/10 (Personal Rating) Trophy Breakdown: 13 Offline: 12 (12 ) Online: 1 (1 ) - Now unobtainable, due to server closure. Approximate amount of time to 100%: 5-10hrs Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1 Number of missable trophies: None Glitched trophies: None Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No cheats Introduction This is the first and only DLC for WipEout HD. If you got WipEout HD via the Welcome Back package then you will have gotten this for free as well. The DLC features a whole new campaign, 3 new game modes and many new tracks. At £9.99 it's well worth it but for those who got it for free, it is a steal. The DLC shouldn't take you too long, the main thing that takes time is the new campaign as it's nearly as big as the original. Some of the trophies are hard but it's no way near as hard as the main game. I wish you the best of luck on your road to get all the trophies! Walkthrough Step 1: Complete the Campaign on Novice The first thing you want to do is go through the entire Fury Campaign on Novice and just aim for a bronze on everything. You only need a bronze medal for the trophy. You may also get some of the other trophies that go with the game during this step, but don't worry to much about it as you'll get it them in the next step anyway. At the end of this step you should have Fury Campaign Legend and possibly more than just that. Step 2: Getting the Other Trophies Through Racebox The next step is getting the rest of the trophies out the way. Most of the new trophies lie in the new game modes, Zone Battle, Eliminator and Detonator. The trophies aren't that bad compared to the original game but the detonator ones are the hardest in my opinion. If you do it in the order I did it, it kind of makes things easier. I started off on Zone Battle and got all the trophies in that, then eliminator and finally Detonator. After that I got the other miscellaneous trophies that are done via Speed Lap and also the one for viewing and completing every stat across the game. By the end of this step you should have every other trophy and be at 100%. Congrats! If you don't however, continue to step 3. Step 3: Clean up Missed a trophy to do with one of the new game modes? Still haven't gotten all the stats in the game? Well now is the time to go back and get it done. You should now have all the trophies in the Fury DLC, congrats!
  10. This guide is intended for use on PlayStationTrophies.org only. You may not copy this guide and post it elsewhere, regardless of if you try to pass it off as your own work or give me credit. Changing the wording slightly to try to pass it off as your own work is also forbidden. If you still have any questions to ask about this game and its trophies, or just want to say thanks, feel free to create an account and say hi. I'd be happy to answer any questions you have, and there are plenty of other great guides for other games written by others who will be happy to help you get your trophies. Click here to view the Trophy Guide: Knack ~ Road Map and Trophy Guide - PlaystationTrophies.org General Tips/Information This must be done in one full playthrough of the story. Chest discoveries are not remembered between playthroughs, so you have to get them all in one run from start to finish of the game. Chests do not appear if you're using chapter select. They can only be found in a full playthrough. If you die after opening a chest, the chest remains opened. You don't have to bother going back to it again. If you think you've missed a chest but have triggered the cutscene that plays before a new chapter, press to get to the PS4's menu, then push Options and select Close Application as quickly as possible. When you reload, if you were quick enough you should be back at the start of the chapter you missed a chest in rather than the new chapter. Some chests are near the end of a level and it can be easy to accidentally trigger the advancement of the game before grabbing the chest. The trophy should unlock immediately after you accept an item from the last chest. If you don't get the trophy then, you have missed it and need to start another new game to try it all over again. If you're still looking for gadget pieces to get the "Doctorate" trophy or crystals for the "Crystal Relic Master" trophy, use this thread to find people willing to add you to their friends list: Friends for Gadget Pieces (Read First Post!) - PlaystationTrophies.org The more people on your friends list who have found a chest, the more item choices you'll get each time you open a chest. Note that you cannot find diamonds from friends. If you're farming for a specific gadget piece or type of relic, do not push on the screen where you can pick your item or a friend's item. Once you accept an item, the game saves and the chest remains opened. Instead, push to go the PS4's menu, press Options, and select "Close Application" to close the game. This will quit the game without it saving that you opened the chest. When you reload the game, the chest will be closed again and you can get a different item from it. Doing this will not interfere with unlocking the "King of Adventure" trophy as long as you still make sure to open every chest. Table Of Contents Location 01 - The Doctor's Laboratory Location 02 - The Highland Crags Location 03 - The Goblin Fortress Location 04 - Viktor's Palace Location 05 - Trogdo Mine Location 06 - Castle of Clan Viktor Location 07 - Monte Verde Location 08 - Goblin Country Location 09 - Goblin Factory Location 10 - The Barren Wastes Location 11 - Obelisk Mountain Location 12 - Viktor's Airship Location 13 - The Shattered Lands
  11. http://i.imgur.com/ipV6jnD.png http://i.imgur.com/Sr5QDMd.png http://i.imgur.com/dMLRpR0.png Estimated trophy difficulty: 4/10 Offline trophies: 38 (1(P), 3(G), 12(S), 22(B)) Online trophies: None Approximate amount of time to platinum: 20-25hrs Minimum number of playthroughs: 3+ Number of missable trophies: Nearly all, given there's no chapter select. Missable trophies marked in trophy guide. Glitched trophies: None Does difficulty affect trophies?: Need to complete the game on Madhouse + Madhouse Antique Coins Do trophies stack?: The two antique coin trophies don't stack, easy/normal does Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No Cheats, but the bonuses you get don't disable trophies http://i.imgur.com/2P6bP4F.png The 7th installment in the Resident Evil franchise. This time, the game is first person and is much more like a horror game than the previous, action based games in the series. You play as Ethan, who has received a suspicious email from Mia, his wife, who has been missing for 3 years. Ethan travels to Louisiana in search of Mia but instead finds something much worse. The platinum is fairly simple. The miscellaneous trophies are all self explanatory and there's nothing difficult there. There are a lot of collectibles however. You'll be picking up 74 on Easy/Normal and then 33 on Madhouse difficulty. This is the bulk of the Platinum and the main thing you will be looking out for. There's also a trophy for completing the game in under 4 hours, this is very easy to do however once you know where to go, etc. During your speedrun, you can combine all of the gold trophies together like I did. If the difficulty is on easy you will have no reason to use the med packs and you gradually heal over time anyway. You will also not need weapons from the box because you'll be running past nearly every enemy anyway. Tip: enemies cannot open doors in this game (besides bosses) so use that to your advantage. Overall, there's nothing difficult here besides Madhouse difficulty and even that isn't too bad. http://i.imgur.com/nBoEkzb.png Step 1: Complete the game on Easy/Normal, Getting all the Collectibles and Misc Trophies. Ending #1 I advise just playing the game for fun first, it'll mean an extra playthrough later on but the game is meant to be played without a guide and you solving the puzzles yourself. However, as this is a platinum roadmap you can get all the collectibles and misc trophies on your first playthrough. There's 74 collectibles you want to get. They consist of; 32 files, 20 Mr Everywhere, 18 Antique Coins and 4 Video Tapes. Each of the video tapes also have a trophy tied to it, besides the very first one. Here's a complete breakdown of the missable trophies and tape trophies in the order you'll encounter them in game: Can't Catch Me | Mia Video Tape Duck if You Love Life | Jack Boss Fight (Morgue) Slash Slash, Slashity Slash! | Marguerite Boss Fight (Old House) Less Is More | Somewhat missable, make sure you shoot a group of bugs with a shotgun Back Off, Mrs. B! | Marguerite Boss Fight (Old House) Fly Swatter | Marguerite Boss Fight (Greenhouse) Out Before Dessert | Happy Birthday Video Tape That’s a Spicy Meat-a-ball | Remote Bombs on Wrecked Ship Also, after reaching the Pier you'll be given a choice. Picking one with give one ending, picking the other will give another. Pick whoever you want your first playthrough and remember to pick the other on one of your subsequent playthroughs. Also try to create one of each item in the game. There are 8 different items you can make, which are done by combining something with either a chemical or a strong chemical. More info on that can be found in the trophy guide. This does not carry over between playthroughs so you need to make all 8 in one playthrough. Upon completing Step 1, you will earn: She's Alive Welcome to the Family, Son You Ain't Gettin' Away The Grave Will Out the Truth You Better Start Running Into the Depths End of the Night Playing it Safe The Nightmare's Finally Over Behind Closed Doors Arms in the Air A-ha! Master of Unlocking Nice Try Open Your Eyes In the Bag Things Got Personal Slash Slash, Slashity Slash! Back Off, Mrs. B! Duck If You Love Life Less is More Fly Swatter That's a Spicy Meat-a-ball 1st Place at the Science Fair Can't Catch Me Out Before Dessert Be Kind, Please Rewind Pelicans in Your Pocket The Devil Is in the Details He's Here, There, Everywhere! Mr. Nowhere Step 2: 4 Hour Speed Run, Item Box Trophy, Med Kit Trophy. Ending #2 Hopefully you remember everything from your first playthrough, if however you get stuck at any point you can pause the game and that'll stop the timer. You can check your current time on the pause menu by going to "Stats", this'll show your time played. This step should be fairly easy, you will finish the game much sooner than 4 hours. Aim for the following Milestones and you'll beat it under 4 hours easy enough (took me 2 hours 20 minutes) Jack Baker Boss (Morgue) - Before 1 hour Marguerite Baker Boss (Greenhouse) - Before 1 hour 30 minutes Jack Baker Boss - Before 2 hours 30 minutes Wrecked Ship Elevator Repair - Before 3 hours Final Boss - Before 3 hours 45 minutes These times are just a guideline, you'll do it much quicker than this. Just remember, if you get stuck, pause the game and look for what to do. Dying will add to the time so try to avoid that. The other two things you want to focus on is using the item box and using med kits. You are FORCED to use the item box 3 times in the game so you can't use it at all. However, if you die to a boss it'll say "Manage Items" on the death screen, you can use this and it won't count as an item box use. As for the med kits, just don't use any and don't accidentally press . You get to use 3 of them anyway so save those 3 for emergencies. Upon completing Step 2, you will earn: Just A Memory Now Just Get Me Outta Here Resource Manager Walk it Off Step 3: Madhouse Difficulty and Madhouse Antique Coins Madhouse is unlocked once you complete the game on Easy/Normal. It changes the game up quite a bit by adding enemies to different places and moving items about such as the keys, bullets etc. You will go into the critical health state in one or two hits at full health and there are about 15 checkpoints over the whole game. To save the game, you need to use the newly added Cassette Tapes to the Tape Players. Adding one allows you to save once. There are plenty of these so make sure you save a lot as you will have more than enough. You will have all the bonuses from the past two steps at your disposal though so this will make things much easier. As soon as you get to an item box, take out the: Albert, Circular Saw, Essence of Defense, Secrets of Defense (you need to play on Normal to get this one), X-Ray Glasses. The walking boots are optional, as the don't do much and take up an inventory space. The main thing you will be using this playthrough is the circular saw. It is very powerful and when combined with the essence/secrets of defense you pretty much cannot die. Those two defense items make it so you take no damage from blocking, you need to hold out the circular saw on an enemy then block when he is about to attack. This works on all enemies besides the insects and the big molded who puke on you. If you can master this you will have no trouble. There are 33 antique coins you also need to get on this playthrough and they are in different places from the previous antique coins. Follow the included video for locations of them all. If you missed any of the other trophies, try and get them done this step. If you don't then you'll need to do another playthrough on Easy after this to clear that up. Be very careful as well to pick up antique coins again if you die. If you die they don't save and you need to pick them up again, you wouldn't want to get to the end of the game on 33 antique coins. Upon completing Step 3, you will earn: Who's Your Daddy Now? Mad Pelicans Biosplattered
  12. Overview Estimated Platinum Difficulty: 5/10 Offline Trophies: 20, 19, 2, 1 Online Trophies: 0 Estimated Time To Platinum: 60-90 hours Minimum Playthroughs Required: 1 full, plus 2 additional halves. Missable Trophies: The Sheep Whisperer, Lightspeed Fighter, Thank You, All Timed Battle Trophies. Glitched Trophies: See Glitched Trophies? Do Cheat Codes Disable Trophies? No cheats, as far as i know. Downloadable Content: There are no trophies for the DLC, however playing through the DLC missions makes Man of Means, Upgrade Apprentice, Reform Specialist & Forging Master easier. Glitched Trophies? It's been brought to my attention that there may be even more glitched trophies. I had no trouble unlocking any trophies, but if a trophy happens to glitch on you, there is a simple fix; Firstly, make sure to save before continuing in the story. If the trophy glitches, delete your GAME DATA, reinstall it and then sync your trophies. Then reload your save game and attempt the trophy, it should unlock this time. If it fails, your only option is to start a new game. General Game Tips Keep an eye out for yellow orbs dropped from enemies you kill. These are rare items that disappear quickly, drop what you are doing and grab them quickly. When you are knocked back by an enemy, press or to land on your feet. Always have words that increase your item drop rate percentage equipped on your favourite weapon and magic. You wont have the high percentage drops until new game+, but its still useful. When you enter new areas, look for sparkling points. You can find raw materials by examining them, always check them, except, perhaps when you are on your speedrun. Step One: Speed Run Start the game on easy. If you follow the steps listed in Lightspeed Fighter, you will be able to beat the story in 5-7 hours, leaving some time in the middle to complete quests. The game starts off with a prologue, a mini-tutorial section. During this time, spam physical attacks to earn Combo Fanatic & Combo Master, use to roll if you need to cover up ground. If you happen to miss the trophy, check Combo Master for other easy ways to obtain. As you progress through the game, many quests will send you through the Northern Plains. Kill all sheep each time you pass through until you have earned The Sheep Whisperer. Sheep disappear after completing part one, unless you have the DLC. Once you are given a quest to collect Vapor Moss, part one is minutes away from the grand finale. After certain events in the story, side-quests will become available. Be sure to complete at least 20 side-quests in part one to earn Village Handyman and Jack of all Trades. Another quest trophy, Go-To Guy can also be achieved in part one without hindering your time too much, but it's not necessary. See Side-Quests and Side-Quests, Continued for a detailed description. Part one is nearing an end once you head to the mansion, make sure to complete all necessary side-quests beforehand. After completing Boar Hunt!, ride a boar for five minutes to obtain All Aboared! Continue to play through the game as normal without worrying about any other trophies, other than those that unlock as part of the story. Once you complete the game and view the credits, you will unlock Call Her Back. Save your game when prompted. Step Two: New Game+ After beating the game for the first time, you will unlock New Game+, load your save to activate it. You will be placed near the beginning of part two and will retain everything from your previous playthrough. When prompted, read through, or simply skip through Kainé's dreams to unlock Educated Warrior. Before continuing through the game, take some time to complete 'The Fisherman's Gambit' Quests to boost your fishing level and to put you closer to achieving Go-To-Guy, if you did not achieve it in your speed run. After completing the final fishing side-quest, you will be able to catch every fish. Some fish, such as the Rhizodont will be a tug-o-war contest, even with fishing skills maxed out. Refer to A Round by the Pond, for a list of fish, their locations and the bait required. If you are still missing Go-To-Guy, take some more time out to complete a few more quests until you achieve it. You can now continue playing through part two as normal again. During this time, you should be unlocking the timed boss battle trophies, although, if you fail to meet the time limit on some you can try again on New Game ++. After you complete the game a second time and view the credits, you will earn Lingering Memories. Save your game when prompted. Step Three: New Game++ Load your post-game save. As before, you will be placed near the beginning of part two and retain everything from your previous playthrough. At the start of this playthrough you will be focusing on making money and obtaining White Moonflower. Save your game on a separate file and then sell every material in your inventory, this should rack up a few hundred thousand. To add to your current gold, you can sell White Moonflower for a high price. This will also earn you Legendary Gardener, see Obtaining White Moonflower for a detailed breakdown. You now need to take your Gold up to 1,000,000 by continuously growing and selling White Moonflower, or referring to the strategies shown in Man of Means. Reload your previous save afterwards. Before you can even achieve Ending C or D, you must have obtained every weapon in the game. Weapons you missed during the story can be brought from Blacksmith's around the world, however the three Labyrinth's weapons can only be obtained through side-quests. See Weapon Guide for details of the quests and every other weapon. The last thing to do before completing the game again is weapon upgrading. There are 44 unique materials required with the total quantity exceeding 700. I have detailed the materials, quantities and locations in a separate thread, which can be found here. Continue to play through the game as normal. Once you get to the final save point, save your game. Do not save over this file, no matter what! After defeating the final boss again, a bonus fight will trigger, which will award you with The Strongest Bond, if you defeat it with the time limit. After the battle, you will be asked to choose between two options, pick the first option! After the ending and credits you will earn Thank You. Reload your save. Make sure you have achieved every trophy apart from Something Very Special, The Final Verse and The Strongest Bond, if you missed it, as this path will erase all of your save data. Complete the final dungeon and defeat the bonus boss again. When you are given the two options again, pick option two. After the ending and credits, you will receive Something Very Special and The Final Verse.
  13. http://i.imgur.com/2LplWYX.png Hunted: The Demon's Forge ROADMAP Overview • Estimate difficulty: 4.5/10 (Platinum Difficulty Poll) • Offline: 50 • Online: 0 • Approximate time: 30-40+ Hours • Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1+ • Missable trophies: 1 - Above the Influence • Glitched trophies: See Crystal Clear • Cheats disable trophies: No cheats as far as I know • Difficulty affects trophies: No Trophy Breakdown: 40 | 8 | 2 | 1 If you like my Guides, do put me as your referrer when you sign up for the Forums! Much appreciated! Click Here to Signup Important Note: As of 31 May 2014, the online servers have been shutdown. Online functionality (Cooperative Campaign & Crucible Maps) are no longer accessible. You can still play the game on local split-screen Introduction Hunted: The Demon's Forge is a Action-Adventure game with some RPG elements thrown into it. The game follows the travels of two mercenaries, the Human Warrior Caddoc and Elf Huntress E'Lara. They are engaged on a quest by a mysterious woman to save herself but are thrown into a deeper darker plot before they know it and unwillingly lent themselves to a Heroic cause wrapped around greed and revenge. Walkthrough There are no difficulty related trophies in this game so feel free to play on Casual. This is highly recommended if you want a quick plat. Should you choose to do so, it will be a breeze through the game most of the time, as long as you keep a healthy supply of health and mana potions, and remember to upgrade your abilities as and when you unlock them and/or have sufficient crystals. Step 1: Complete Adventure Mode as E'Lara, while picking up all Collectibles. Estimated time: 12-18 hours [based on Casual Difficulty] I recommend using E'Lara because not only is she a skilled ranged fighter, she is also very agile and fast with her attacks. Most of the game's battles will have enemies firing at you from a safe distance, and Caddoc's crossbow is simply too slow to enjoy the game with. You should refer to Walkthrough & Collectible Guide (credit to Auburok and IDiivil) to pickup all the collectibles in the game at the same time, because the majority of them are very hard to find and easily overlooked. You will unlock a vast majority of the Campaign trophies, E'Lara related trophies, and the Collectible trophies at the end of this step. Take precautions to NOT drink the Sleg on this playthrough or you will be forced to do another complete playthrough for Above the Influence Take note of the following chapter specific trophies: Chapter 1 Section 1 - Town Entrance: Not on My Watch Chapter 2 Section 3 - Crane Room: Rampage Chapter 4 Section 5 - The King's Tale: Catch! Chapter 5 Section 1 - Forest: Razor Sharp Chapter 5 Section 2 - Quarry: Eye for an Eye Chapter 6 Section 2 - Lower Holding Pens: I'll Huff and I'll Puff... In addition, there are a number of combat-related trophies that require you to repeatedly perform an action as listed below. Your progress throughout the entire game is cumulative. Shatter 50 enemies' shields - You Broke It, They Bought It Battle Charge your companion 50 times - Pump YOU Up Perform a Spell Link 20 times - Joined at the Hip Cooperatively kill 50 frozen enemies - Ice Queen Cooperatively kill 50 levitating enemies - Raise the Not Quite Dead Kill 20 enemies using explosive barrels - Is Something Burning? Revive your fallen companion 20 times during the game - Life Support Note: Do NOT ever select New Game+ as it wipes off your stats and progress, and only allows you to carry over weapons. Step 2: Replay each chapter's last section boss fight as Caddoc Now replay each boss fight using Chapter Select as Caddoc to unlock the Caddoc related trophies. The only fight that might pose a bit of problem is the final one; patience is key. You should also choose to replay any section of the chapter that has the Sleg, and drink it with Caddoc, and beat the final boss to earn Piddlin' in the Porridge at the same time. Step 3: Clean up Collectibles/Combat trophies If you have missed any Collectibles or still need to work on the Combat Trophies, use Adventure > Chapter Select feature to go back for them. Remember that you need to progress to the next checkpoint to have the game save your progress, after picking up any collectible. Step 4: Complete Crucible trophies Estimated time: 3-4 hours The Crucible is a map-creation mode in the game where you create your own maps and arenas and battle for gold and hi-scores. Select "No" when the game asks if you wish to connect to PSN as the servers have been shutdown. There are 6 trophies associated with this feature. First you can start off by creating your own map and unlock God Complex. Play and Complete a 25-room map for LF1M Dungeon Crawl Amass 190,000 gold in total (gold collected in Adventure Mode also counts) for One Man Wolf Pack, Dungeon Makeover, Dungeon Master(S)and Gold Finger
  14. 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
  15. Header Image By Savenger Overview: Estimated Trophy Difficulty: 4.1/10 Offline: 57 (1, 2, 4, 50) Online: 0 Missable trophies: None Minimum number of playthroughs: 1+ Approximate amount of time to Platinum: 15-20 hours. Do the trophies stack? Yes, the PS4 version has a separate trophy list. Introduction - Please Read this First As I'm sure everyone is now aware, Heavy Rain is not your typical game. The story is driven and changed by the choices that you make, resulting in a myriad of different scenes and endings, which makes collecting trophies a complicated affair. Having said that, this is not a game that should be played solely for trophies. As a result, if you have not played the game through to the end yet, I'll ask that you only read Step 1 of this road map. Once you have played through the game and received whatever trophies and ending you have earned, come back here and continue through the road map and guide for the rest of the trophies. There are a couple things to keep in mind before reading either the road map or the guide: 1. There are no missable trophies. Every chapter can be replayed in order to unlock the different endings and individual trophies. That being said, don't worry about going back and replaying chapters until you have beaten the game once. 2. The trophies aren't glitched. Of course there are exceptions, but for nearly everyone who plays the game, the trophies work fine. Some of the requirements for the trophies are complicated, the controls can be finicky at times, and the trophies don't unlock until the end of the chapter. Before you come in here crying glitch, make absolutely sure you've tried everything, and you've checked to see if other people have had the same problem. The Kamikaze trophy is a perfect example of a trophy that, while tricky, is not glitched. Step 1 - If you haven't played the game yet, only read this step This step is simple; all you need to do is go play the game. Experience the story however it unfolds, and make whichever choices that seem right to you. If something goes wrong, keep playing, rather than replaying the chapter. No matter how the game ends, you will unlock certain trophies, so just enjoy the game. If you want to focus on something, you can try to keep all the main characters alive, but if you don't, it can easily be fixed after the fact. Once you've played through to the credits, you can come back here for Step 2. Step 2 - Four Heroes/The Perfect Crime The first thing to do is to get the Four Heroes trophy if you haven't already. Provided your first playthrough wasn't a complete catastrophe, this won't take long to get. By following the guide, you'll need to make sure everyone makes it to the final scene alive. Once that's done, you can focus on getting the Perfect Crime trophy, and along the way, the Nerd trophy and the Trial Master trophy, if you haven't already done it. To do this, you'll need to replay the Crime Scene chapter to find all the clues with ARI (make sure you have auto save on here), and then play through the game again, starting at the Hassan's Shop chapter. Follow all of the steps in the Perfect Crime walkthrough, and for each of the Trials, be sure to complete them, if you haven't already, for the Trial Master trophy. When you reach the Mad Jack and Fish Tank scenes, follow the guide to find all the evidence needed, and in Solving the Puzzle, solve the mystery with the evidence in ARI. Once you complete the game after following the steps for The Perfect Crime, those three trophies should unlock. Step 3 - Missing Individual Trophies The next thing to take care of are any of the individual scene trophies you may have missed. In a lot of cases, you'll need to just replay a scene and make the opposite choice you did the first time around, or finding something in the scene you missed. In other cases, you'll need to complete a sequence perfectly, like Kamikaze, Ludwig Von, and Invincible Scott. There are two trophies you might want to get out of the way first: Happy Birthday and Kamikaze. In both cases, the scenes are fairly long, and they've given people some trouble. Check the trophy guide for both, but please keep in mind that Happy Birthday will not unlock until the beginning of Scott's chapter. Step 4 - The Rest of the Endings At this point, all you should be missing is the All Endings trophy. With the exception of a couple endings, you will only have to replay the game from the Killer's Place chapter onwards to see the rest of the endings. Check the guide for the criteria for each ending.
  16. http://i.imgur.com/T9c1fdd.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 writers (Warbear) and/or (Harry94_) and let them know. Thank you. http://i.imgur.com/G030Dyo.png Estimated trophy difficulty: 3/10 (Platinum Difficulty Rating) Offline trophies: 47 (6(H), 35(B), 4(S), 1(G)) Online trophies: 5 (1(B), 3(S), 1(P)) Approximate amount of time to platinum: 21-25 hours (Estimated Time to Platinum) Minimum number of playthroughs: 1 Number of missable trophies: None (Free roam/replay events). Glitched trophies: None. Does difficulty affect trophies?: No. Do trophies stack?: N/A. Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No cheats. http://i.imgur.com/iZ57PrN.png The Golden Path is more than just a myth, it's a religion. The game stars Ajay Ghale, a man born in Kyrat but raised in America. You travel back to Kyrat to fulfill your mother's dying wish by spreading her ashes across all over Nepal, only to find out that there's more than just your mother's wish. Ubisoft presents: Far Cry 4. Ajay finds himself meeting an old friend of his mother's past, Pagan: The King of Kyrat. After you meet Pagan's proposal, you get rescued by Sabal and The Golden Path. You will make your own choices, for the path that you take is entirely up to you. Take on this action packed thrill ride and see that not only will you follow your father's footsteps, but also find yourself in your mother's secrets. As far as trophies are concerned, you're looking at a pretty fun and easy platinum. Nothing is difficult, nor time consuming. As you enjoy this game, your main focus will be to collect collectibles while progressing through the main story. The trophy that you will put the most effort into is Fully Loaded, because you'll need to upgrade all of your Skill Points. The trophy list is also very relaxing, as you'll only need to collect half of the collectibles in the game, where some you won't even need to collect half but even less. These collectibles include: Masks, letters, Mani Wheels, posters etc. The only "collectible" that you do not need to worry about are the Journals, as these aren't required to be collected for any of the trophies in the game. Completing the main story will take up most of your time during your Platinum run. It will take about 10 to 12 hours to complete the main story. There are also 4 Co-op/online trophies that you will have to earn but they are however, very easy and quick to earn. You will have to earn these while being signed onto the Network as they can only be earned online. Both the PS3 and PS4 versions of this title do have their own respective trophy lists, so the Platinum does stack. Also bear in mind that the PS3 version on the game has a delay in trophies when they unlock, so there is a small wait when you meet the requirement for said trophy. There are no huge bugs in the game that would make this platinum run unpleasant, nor worrisome. There are three difficulties in the game: Easy, Normal, and Hard. Difficulty does not affect your Platinum run so you may play the game on Easy if you want to earn it as quickly as possible or if you're having a hard time. http://i.imgur.com/OTDmSi1.png Step 1: Complete the main story while collecting collectibles that you come across. During your first step, you will simply complete the main story line whilst collecting any collectibles that you come across. This does not necessarily mean that you have to collect everything that's near your path, but collect things that are nearby if they happen to be. This will make the collectible step much easier, and save you a lot of time. Not only will it save you a couple of hours, but earn also you some Rupees early on in the game. To progress through the main campaign, you will need to complete the "Main campaign Missions". These will be noted that they're a campaign mission when you highlight a mission on your Map from the menu. There are 32 Main Missions in the game, and you'll earn 6 trophies just from completing the game itself. During this step, also try to liberate as many bell towers as possible because not only will this earn you the End Transmission trophy, but it will also help you towards showing the map in the game. The map is blurred until you liberate a bell tower in the area. This makes it easier to see the roads and collectibles, as well as locations. It's also highly recommended to liberate an outpost here and there, as liberating an outpost not only makes you take over that area, but give you the opportunity to fast travel to that destination from the map in the menu. This makes it much easier to travel to far areas in the game, and saves time. Also try to run over as many enemies as possible, and kill as many as you can while you're driving with a sidegun but not with the M-79 nor other explosive weapons as this will not count. Focusing on both these tasks will make Drive-By, and Roadkill much easier to earn. Upon completing Step 1, you will earn: Quick Learner Make It Rain Shutterbug End Transmission Welcome To Kyrat Overdose One Down Two Down Hat-Trick The King Is Dead Step 2: Collect all leftover collectibles, liberate all Outposts, 8 Bell Towers. During this step, you will collect every remaining collectible for the collectibles trophies, this includes: http://i.imgur.com/LSXzH5o.png Masks of Yalung (15/55) http://i.imgur.com/ZagfsNi.png Propaganda Posters (30/150) http://i.imgur.com/nQZCbIC.pngLost Letters (10/20) http://i.imgur.com/OKV3STk.png Mani Wheels (10/45) Read 10 notes All of these collectibles aside from reading 10 notes, can be found on your map from the menu. You will need to purchase the map locations however, to show their locations, which can be purchased from Trading Posts across Kyrat, in the "Map" section from the Buy & Customize menu. Every collectible will have a blue icon on the mini map. You can set a waypoint to collect a collectible at a time. For a more detailed walkthrough on each of these collectibles, see the Trophy Guide section of this guide. In this step, you will also liberate all 24 outposts. This is because liberating an outpost gives you the benefit to fast travel to the specific location. This makes it much easier to collect certain collectibles like letters. Not only does liberating every outpost earn you All Clear, but it also unlocks new activities in that area. This is important during your side mission step (Step 3), as you'll need to have most of these events unlocked in order to earn these side mission trophies. Upon completing Step 2, you will earn: Deliver Us From Evil All Clear Tread Lightly Display Of Fortitude Defender Exorcist Rewriting History Caretaker Of Memory Right Tributes Well Read
  17. The Messiah (gold trophy) As the trophy description suggests, the goal here is to go through the whole dungeon from start to finish in one run while bearing the Redeemer’s Curse. The Curse reduces your max HP and armor points to 1, which means you can only take 2 hits before dying, but in change boosts your other stats (except damage). This task may look daunting at a first glance and surely it’s one of the most challenging game trophies, but actually achieving it is quite easier than it seemes. Also the run itself is not that much time consuming, as it will take about 20-30 minutes to complete. With the right setup you should have no problem and will nail it in a few tries (I did it right on my second attempt). Prerequisites Altough here it’s said that you must complete all of the Emissary quests before the Altar of Redemption becomes usable, I actually found out that it activates right after killing the First One boss once. The related trophy description (Defeat the First One: “You have sinned by bringing down one of your people, you have to redeem yourself.”) also gives a clue about the Altar activation. So I guess this trophy becomes obtainable after defeating the First One boss and not by completing the Emissary quests (need to be confirmed though). Completing the quests gives the Emissary a new dialogue line where he hints to focus on the Altar, but the Altar itself should already be active by the time. Make sure you have already beaten the game, since having the White blade available is highly recommended, and have activated all the Ancient Tablets (permanent power-ups) before attempting this trophy. Also check you have unlocked the Protective sphere item at the blacksmith. If you don’t, that’s how it’s done: work your way from the Gloomy Cellblock down to the Cloister of the Chosen and unlock the jail door you find there by using a Rusted key carried all the way from the Block itself (Rusted keys are found there exclusively). The Protective sphere blueprint awaits you inside the chest behind the said locked door. Character build Once done with the preparations, I recommend the following character build for the run. Blessings/Perks (Purple Stone Altar) Tier 1 (bottom): Cat’s paw (+10 speed) Tier 2: Knowledge of weaknesses (+5% crit per hit until critting) Tier 3: Hobnailed armor reinforcement (+3 base armor points) Tier 4: Scholar (-5 faith spell cost) Tier 5 (top): Blood peddler (adds +1 min/+2 max damage for each new room you enter) Equipment (Blacksmith) Main hand: White blade (unlocked by killing the final boss once – this is a game changer, boasting great damage, lightning speed and enormous reach at the same time. On top of that, this weapon also inflicts additional holy damage, may remove one of your curses on a successful strike and has a chance to slow down enemies and bosses alike. And of course is one-handed. IMO the best game weapon by far) Offhand: none in particular (you may choose any offhand of your choice, but doesn’t really matter since that will replaced by the Basilius’ Guide spellbook almost immediately) Armor: Black hide (the actual armor points do not matter, so pick the armor with the best stats set available) Item 1: Protective sphere (taking any item other than this will make the whole run way harder) Item 2: Porous gemstone (this item will spare you from killing all bosses again, except for the Guardian, greatly reducing the run difficulty and also saving some extra time) Dungeon run playbook Getting started (AKA wearing the Curse) Enter the Ancient Dungeon’s first room and trigger the Redeemer’s Curse by praying at the Altar of Redemption on the top floor. As said before, the Curse reduces your max HP and armor points to 1, however this does NOT affect the Hobnailed armor reinforcement bonus thus allowing you to start your journey with a more comfortable 4 armor points (1 + 3 bonus). However, remember that any lost bonus armor point is gone for good and cannot be recovered by any means. The other stats buffs provided by the Curse are the following: +10% damage crits +10% stun crits -20% miss +0,5 stamina regen Now it’s time to go on and get what will be your best friend in the run: the Basilius’ Guide spellbook. Its awesome effect grants you a damage buff (+1 min/+2 max) on every cast that lasts until you exit the dungeon, either by death or leaving. Obtain the Basilius’ Guide: now we are talking Reach the 3rd room (doesn’t matter what room you will enter second, you will always end up in the same room) and blow up the breakable wall right beside the entrance by using a Godless Idol . Drop down a couple of platforms and open the door on the left (requires faith): the chest cointaining Basilius’ Guide awaits you on another platform to the left end. There is a workaround if you don’t actually have any Godless Idol by that time: the Blood peddler blessing animation is likely glitched and would break the wall if you stand close enough to it. As soon as you enter the room keep moving left until Blood peddler activates and watch the wall crumble down in front of you. Should you be stuck behind the breakable wall, just quit the game and restart again. You should be going in a couple of attempts, either by looting a “legit” Godless Idol or by using the Blood peddler glitch. Game strategy Once you find the Basilius’ Guide spellbook equip it and go through all the map until the final boss room, the Guardian, where you have to kill him once more. Any route will do, since all other boss fights are prevented thanks to the Porous gemstone effect. Remember to cast the buff spell every time you can (the Scholar blessing allows more spell casts, however you may do this 4 times per room only) and explore the maximum number of rooms possibile to profit of the Blood peddler effect. Passing through the Gloomy Cellblock and entering every single cell you can is strongly recommended because doing this activates Blood peddler twice, both by entering a cell AND by returning to the main room, for a free +2 damage bonus (don’t know whether this is glitched or indended). One-way lost rooms work in the same fashion as well. Your goal is to buff your weapon damage as much as possible before facing the final boss, in order to make a short work of him (the shorter the better). To fully benefit the Basilius’ Guide effect you have to constantly gather faith by any means: killing regular enemies, using every Sacred Pages you might come across and exploiting the Crusader’s Haven rooms faith-restoring statues (cast the spell while the faith bar is filling up for maximum effect). Do NOT pray at any Altar since you should use all your faith for spell casts. Should you ever get cursed don't bother finding a Cure Altar as the White blade's secondary effect will take care of it for free. Another golden rule on your way to the end is the follwing: move through the dungeon CAREFULLY. The key to success is avoid getting hit at any costs, thus saving the whole Hobnailed armor reinforcement bonus until the final showdown with the Guardian. Pay attention to the traps and ranged enemies. Be especially cautious should a Dark Assasin ever spawn in your way: their spinning attack is DEADLY nevertheless and strikes for multiple times, do NOT get caught by it or you will likely die. Make good use of the White blade’s ridiculous range, speed and always increasing power. What about my inventory? Some words about other items management: swap armor and trinkets only if they boost your stats (since armor points and HP don’t matter) and be sure they don’t bring a nasty curse upon you, like hated the Torn Saddlebag one. Do not pick up any other weapon except the ones you already have to exclude the risk of getting cursed by an item. Your 1st inventory slot is reserved for the Porous gemstone, which acts as your VIP pass. As said before, you won’t have to worry about any other boss fight but the final one, since all the intermediate ones will be skipped thanks to the Porous gemstone effect. Once dead, stay dead. Protective spheres are your second starter item and main defense, so try to keep these until the very end and use them only in case of emergency. Try to stockpile Armor pieces as well, which is quite a common drop, as these will be your life insurance in case of running out of Protective spheres. The 4th item to carry is really up to you: take what you feel more comfortable playing with. I like Green and Black needles (in that order) for their stats buff, also the Unstable sphere is a solid choice for its insta-damage effect and good range. Other damage items (such as idols and throwing stuff) are either too slow or too tricky to be reliable in the final boss fight, so leave all these alone. The Holy water may also be of some use, but its unlikely drop rate and short lasting effect suggest to focus on more reliable items. Loot all the chests/corpses and destroy the Teleportation Altars you find along the way to increase your chances to find the items you want. The final showdown Upon reaching the Snow-covered Walkway, anteroom to the final boss, you may swap the Porous gemstone for another item more fit for battle should one drop from the last chest or Teleport statue. As for the final boss battle these are my 2 cents: don’t get greedy with damage and manage your stamina, by this time you will hit very hard (on my successful run I had a 160-300 White blade damage upon getting there) and the boss will go down in no time. Just watch out when he starts swinging his sword like crazy, especially when he does with two, because you're fairly fragile and be ready to use your Protective sphere and/or Armor pieces if needed. All his other attacks are quite predictable and easily dodged. As soon as you land the fatal blow the trophy will pop. Congratulations! You have earned a shiny new gold trophy!
  18. I hope the videos are helpful Diver's Dozen Trophy Burning Up Trophy Avoidable Trophy Take the High Road Trophy The Eponymous Squid Trophy Treasure Trove Trophy (This was a Lets Play so the video is 1 hour but i do have timestamps to see where the 6 Buttons are to unlock the Vault that way you don't need to watch an hour long video just for the Guide) Button 1 ► 14:30 Button 2 ► 23:02 Button 3 ► 34:53 Button 4 ► 38:47 Button 5 ► 47:30 You need to lower the water first in order to be able to fully take the elevator down, you can see me lowering it by hitting some valves starting at [ 6:35 ] Button 6 ► 1:07:02 Vault Entrance ► 1:08:06
  19. http://i.imgur.com/FtTOdM0.png Credit to SSJ4_Haruhi for the banner Deathspank: Thongs of Virtue Overview • Estimate difficulty: 3/10 • Offline: 12 • Online: 0 • Approximate time: 5-10 hours • Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1+ (You can reload from last checkpoint after story completion to mop up) • Missable trophies: 2 – PRIMP V.I.P and Konichiwa • Glitched trophies: 2 - Raise Your Mast and Ruin Christmas • Cheats disable trophies: No cheats as far as I know • Difficulty affects trophies: No Trophy Breakdown: 7 | 4 | 1 If you like my Guides, do put me as your referrer when you sign up for the Forums! Much appreciated! Click Here to Signup Introduction Welcome back to the newest instalment of Deathspank, titled Thongs of Virtue!! Once again play as the Dispenser of Justice(!), Vanquisher of Evil(!), Hero of Downtrodden(!), and.....as he ventures forth on orders by the Red-Haired Woman to collect the Thongs of Power and become the hero of legend and defeat the corrupted evildoers. This next adventure of Deathspank features a world about twice as huge as its predecessor and introduces more plot characters and yes you guessed it, Thongs! The gameplay and controls haven’t changed though I feel the difficulty has been raised slightly during the early levels. The later levels are immensely easy with the right usage of weapons/items. Roadmap Step 1: Play and Complete the Game Before you proceed, please take note there are two game-breaking glitches encountered thus far, and possibly more undiscovered. Therefore you are advised to backup your save frequently, or you'll require another playthrough. There are no difficulty trophies so feel free to play on Easy. As before, you should take note of the many Outhouses that lie across the land and activate each one of them that you come across while making progress through the Story. You should also attempt as many side-quests as possible as I think the item drop rate has been lowered somewhat. I found the period during levels 5-8 the hardest and it is during this time I realized that utilizing Bazookas and Grenades are an efficient way of killing the tougher enemies like Pips, Mother Gremms, Bosses or any creature that is 3-4 levels higher than you. I used to die a lot to Pips in the previous instalment whereas this time, with the addition of Grenades and bazookas I can take out almost whoever I want in just 1-2 shots which makes the game less frustrating but still tricky, so learn from my experience. One of the missable trophies you should pay heed to is “PRIMP V.I.P”. DO NOT touch that chest in Madame Primp's room until you have this trophy or she will attack you therefore locking out this trophy. If you open it by accident, quit the game immediately to the XMB and see if you restart at some point prior to that or you'll have to replay the game again (unless you had a prior backup). This trophy requires you to get naughty with her in her 20 various outfits. Once you’ve done that and unlocked the trophy you can safely put her to sleep. The other potentially missable trophy is Konichiwa. If you follow the walkthrough in "To Serve Men" you will obtain this before the cooking competition with Worstten. The book that teaches you Japanese is still obtainable in Beaux Kuckelle library after this event, but only up to a certain point in the story. Glitch Note #1 - A game-breaking glitch has been found by sefjwm where Captain Taint, which is the main quest giver for the tasks related to "Raise Your Mast" goes missing and doesn't reappear. At the moment there is no known solution. Again I advise you to backup your save frequently. Without him, you cannot complete the story as the Pirate Ship is needed to Map the North Pole, which is also a Story requirement for "Ruin Christmas". Glitch Note #2 - Before you proceed to the North Pole, I would advise you to backup your save file as there is a known glitch with Rudolph the Reindeer (Credits to Breadskin). See "Ruin Christmas" trophy walkthrough to know when you encounter Rudolph. The Reindeer is supposed to drop an equip-able item that must be used to defeat Santa Claus. There have been reports of Rudolph not appearing. A Potential Solution has been found by theone for this glitch and more info can be found HERE . If it doesn't work, I'm afraid you'll have to use your backup save or ultimately restart if that fails as well. Play the game and enjoy it, don't worry about the rest as you can return to the game after completing the story. When you meet up with Sandy on the Moon, choose whichever ending you want and complete the game. Step 2: Find every Outhouse and Grind 3000 kills/Level 20 Upon completing the Story, you can select "Continue Game" and it'll put you back at the last checkpoint, and you can go around mopping up on remaining trophies. Meet up with Sandy again and select the other option to view the other ending and obtain "A Tale of Two Endings". Consult the trophy guide for Mystic Transport for a check list of all 44 Outhouses arranged in my order of encountering them. In the process you should also be killing every enemy you see to reach 3000 kills and further level up to 20 for the trophies “Dispenser of Justice” and “True Hero” Step 3: Complete the DLC: Snowy Mountains If you chose to buy it (or got it free in the first week), The DLC requires you to venture forth into a cave in the Snowy Mountains and defeat the Taking Tree. Please consult the DLC trophy guide HERE. You can swap this step for the grinding in Step 2 as the enemies in the cave are of high level and yield pretty nice XP.
  20. http://www.powerpyx.com/Assets/Miscellaneous/uncharted-4-trophy-guide.jpg Not a registered member yet? Why not Join the forums today. 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. ROADMAP Overview: Estimated trophy difficulty: 5/10 If you have the Digital version/do everything legit but 2.5/10 if you have the retail version and use the many available exploits. (Platinum Difficulty Thread) Offline trophies: 50 (40(B), 9(S), 1(G)) Online trophies: 6 (5(B), 1(P)) Approximate amount of time to Platinum: 21-30 hours if you use exploits but 36-50hrs if you don't (Estimated Time to Platinum) Minimum number of playthroughs: 2 (1 x Crushing with Collectibles, 1 x Speedrun) Number of missable trophies: 2 (Sharpshooter , Charted! - Speedrun ) Glitched trophies: 2 (Peaceful Resolution , Treasure Master ) Does difficulty affect trophies?: Yes, you must beat the game on Crushing. Do trophies stack?: Yes, beating Crushing unlocks all other difficulty-related trophies. Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No. Cheats are unlocked after beating the game on any difficulty (infinite ammo etc.) and can be enabled to unlock all trophies. INTRODUCTION Uncharted: 4 A Thief's End is the perfect game for every trophy hunter. It doesn't take very long to Platinum, nor is it hard. The trophies are fun and, even more importantly, the game is super awesome, enjoyable and visually stunning. There are two ways you can go about earning the Platinum: Start on Crushing right away to save time and get there quicker or start on a lower difficulty and then replay Crushing with Cheats enabled (obviously easier but you have to do a playthrough more). This leads to the next point - Cheats! They are unlocked after beating the game for the first time on any difficulty but most importantly, they do not disable trophies. Therefore, you can use infinite ammo during your speedrun or Crushing difficulty run or for whatever trophy you want. If you want to use one of the many exploits that were available at launch, you need to own the retail version of the game and play offline without the patch. Digital owners will have to do everything legit, since you won't be able to unpatch your game. WALKTHROUGH *Glitch Warning* Some players are having problems getting trophies to unlock. Reinstalling the game fixes this! This problem can occur with any trophy randomly and is not limited to specific trophies. Make a backup of your save game, uninstall the game in the PS4 settings then install it. Now repeat the steps for the trophy and it should unlock fine. Step 1 - Complete Story on Crushing, Get All Collectibles, Keep an Eye out for Story-Related Trophies Crushing is available from the start. It is greyed out in the difficulty options, but you can select it anyway. For Uncharted veterans this is recommended as it is the fastest way to get the Platinum and saves you another playthrough. Collectibles are never found during enemy encounters, only in climbing and exploration sections. So the difficulty is completely irrelevant for all the collectibles. See the full collectible guide HERE. If you miss a collectible you can grab it via chapter select afterwards. There are also plenty of story-related trophies that can only be done at one specific spot. Keep an eye out for these, in chapter order: Still Got It! (Chapter 4) Ghost in the Cemetery (Chapter 8) Trials and Tribulation (Chapter 9) Not a Cairn in the World (Chapter 10) Don't Feed the Animals (Chapter 11) I Can See My House From Here (Chapter 11) Glamour Shot (Chapter 11) Stage Fright (Chapter 11) Marco Polo Returns! (Chapter 12) On Porpoise (Chapter 12) Peaceful Resolution (Chapter 13 & 14) Just Floor It! (Chapter 17) Swordmaster (Chapter 22) Best Score! (Epilogue) You can do a playthrough on Explorer difficulty first to unlock Cheats, then use Cheats (infinite ammo, one-hit kill weapons etc.) to get through Crushing difficulty. Cheats don't disable trophies and make Crushing difficulty a joke. Step 2 - Speedrun & 70% Accuracy After completing the first playthrough, you unlock Cheats. You can (and should) use them for the Speedrun trophy. See Charted! - Speedrun for all the relevant information. Most importantly, cutscenes add to your time and must be skipped. When you enable auto-aim in the options and use the Barok .44 revolver with infinite ammo, you should very easily reach 80%+ accuracy for the Sharpshooter trophy. Step 3 - Kill-Related / Miscellaneous Trophy Farming At this point you will already have unlocked a fair amount of kill-related and miscellaneous trophies. Just mop up what you are missing. You can do all of the kill-related things very quickly by restarting checkpoints in encounter select so this won't take long at all. Step 4 - Multiplayer There are five Multiplayer trophies but they are all quick, easy and straight forward so shouldn't take long to get.
  21. Overview Estimated trophy difficulty: 5.9/10 Offline: 50 (1, 2, 6, 41) *Multiple trophies can be done either online or offline. Defender is the only one that should be done online.* Online: 1 (1(B)) Downloadable Content: 2 (2(B)) Approximate amount of time to 100%: 50-60 hours with a Mass Effect 2 save, 75-100 hours without Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1+ (2+ without a Mass Effect 2 save) Number of missable trophies: 8; Paramour, Master and Commander, Liberator, Tunnel Rat, Saboteur, Problem Solver, Fact Finder, Hijacker Number of missable DLC trophies: 1; Freedom Fighter Glitched trophies: Potentially Insanity and Unwavering, *see the special note about the Extended Cut Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No cheats Does difficulty affect trophies?: Yes, two Insanity trophies. Is an Online Pass required? Yes “This is the end…of our elaborate plans, the end; of everything that stands, the end.” The Doors, especially a song titled “The End,” seemed appropriate considering that this is the end of the main Mass Effect trilogy. There will no doubt be more games, but what started with Shepard and the Reapers ends here. Because of importing of characters from Mass Effect 2, this is really two road maps. The destination is the same, but your starting point is different. Without a Mass Effect 2 save, the platinum time doubles. In my opinion, the only way to play this game is having the knowledge and experience from Mass Effect 2. You will get the most out of the game and enjoy it that much more. If you also have the means to do so, please play the first Mass Effect game on PC or Xbox, if you have it. You won’t be able to import your character, but you can import the main decisions from Mass Effect: Genesis. I can’t stress this enough, this game is very, very heavily story based and there is a lot that occurs in the first two games. You will still enjoy Mass Effect 3 without the past games, but your experience will be different and enriched having played at least Mass Effect 2 beforehand. With all of that being said, if you do not have a Mass Effect 2 save, skip to section [2.1] in the road map. Best of luck and enjoy the game. Note: Be sure to back up your Settings file regularly, especially if you're going to be playing online. Freezes in multiplayer have been known to wipe out all of your trophy stats. [1.0] Missable Trophies Unfortunately, there are missable trophies. Fortunately, they aren't too hard to miss. Most of them fall under the category of side missions (Liberator, Tunnel Rat, Saboteur, Problem Solver, and Fact Finder). While these can be missed easily, if you pay attention to the list of missions with Unwavering and don't progress too far through the story, you'll be ok. Just remember, Priority: Tuchanka, Priority: Rannoch, and Priority: Cerberus Headquarters are the story missions that lock out other missions. Complete everything else before beginning those. Paramour is one that you'll have to try to miss, but it is possible. If you don't interact with your squadmates at all, you may not get the opportunity for the love scene. Hijacker is luck based. It is available with every appearance of the Atlas (except for on Sur'Kesh). If you don't get it, the earliest opportunities to get it in another playthrough will be in Grissom Academy or Priority: Eden Prime. Master and Commander is less of a concern. You will most likely not get it in your first run through. Once you do complete the game though, you will be taken back to the just before Priority: Cerberus Headquarters. Simply complete Defender at that point and then begin the mission again to get the trophy. Of course, the DLC has one missable trophy as well, Freedom Fighter. The good thing about it is that once you have full control over the Normandy, you can start the mission. There are only three computers that you need to find and their locations are listed with the trophy. Fully explore the area to find all three. [1.1] Import Playthrough 1 With your Mass Effect 2 game save, import your character into ME3. You'll be able to change your class if you wish, but you can also stick with the class that you know. The best trophy wise would be Sentinel since you can use Lift Grenades for Sky High and Overload for Overload Specialist. Those trophies can also be unlocked in multiplayer though and shouldn't concern you too much. Once the game starts and you have full control of Shepard, you will automatically level up to where you left off in Mass Effect 2. If that's level 30, then you're halfway to 60 minutes into the game. By the end of the prologue, you'll have to decide which difficulty that you want to play on. You can set it to Casual or Story if you just want to enjoy the ride or set it to Insanity if you want to get that trophy out of the way. Keep in mind, that if you are going for Insanity on your first playthrough, you will also want to do Unwavering since that has to be done in one playthrough. Whichever you decide, you must set the difficulty to Insanity by the time you leave Earth if you want that trophy. Adjusting the difficulty after Earth is fine, but if you lower it from Insanity, you will lose that trophy. Simply play through the game and complete the missions. Follow along with the lists accompanying Unwavering for the more detailed quests and Master and Commander for the smaller fetch missions that increase your Overall Military Readiness. Most of the trophies should naturally unlock along the way. You'll have to keep in mind that certain story missions will lock you out of the side missions and smaller fetch missions if you progress too far. The best thing to do is to complete as many active quests as possible before taking on any missions labeled "Priority." Completing the main story missions will make available new side missions. Again, complete those first in case your progression through the story locks you out of them. I need to make a quick mention of the first DLC, From Ashes. You will get the mission in your email box after leaving the Citadel and can complete it at any time before Priority: Cerberus Headquarters. While you're on the mission, be sure to fully explore the buildings to ensure that you get Freedom Fighter. Depending on who you chose to romance in Mass Effect 2 or in Mass Effect: Genesis, then the time when you can romance him or her will come at different times. In the case of Ashley/Kaiden or the new characters, it won't be until you cross the point of no return and begin Priority: Cerberus Headquarters. If it is someone like Tali, you will be able to continue the romance shortly after she comes aboard the Normandy. As with the other Mass Effect games, there is a point of no return and that is Priority: Cerberus Headquarters. Once you start this mission, there is no turning back until the game ends. Before starting this mission, check your overall military readiness (OMR) and your effective military readiness (EMR). If your EMR is over 4000, then you will unlock Master and Commander without any trouble. The easiest way to increase the EMR is by playing the online multiplayer. Each mission that you either complete or reach a later wave will add to your galactic readiness rating (GRR). The EMR is calculated by a simple formula (OMR * GRR% = EMR). If your OMR is 6000 and your GRR is 50%, then your EMR will be 3000. Playing random missions with random enemies on Bronze difficulty is the quickest and easiest way to increase your GRR. If you don't happen to have to an EMR over 4000 when you start Priority: Cerberus Headquarters, then don't worry. When you complete the game, you will be sent back to just before the point of no return. Go online and work on Defender. By the time you get to 100% GRR, then you will be well over 4000. Simply start Priority: Cerberus Headquarters again and the trophy will unlock right away. One last thing to consider with your first playthrough is what level you will reach. If you started with an imported character at level 30, you should end up between level 55 and 58 by the end of your first playthrough. Your choice at this point is to either import your ME3 character into a New Game or play online. Skip to the appropriate section (1.2 for importing or 3.1 for Multiplayer) depending on which you want to do. You will need to play a bit with an imported character to fully upgrade a gun to level 10 though.
  22. 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!
  23. Not a member of this site? Click here to sign up! Be sure and say I referred you! OVERVIEW: Estimated trophy difficulty: 3.64/10 (Trophy Difficulty Rating) Offline trophies: 0 Online trophies: 12 (7(B), 4(S), 1(G)) Approximate amount of time to 100%: 16-20hrs (Estimated Time to 100%) Minimum number of playthroughs: Many Matches. Number of missable trophies: None. Glitched trophies: None. Does difficulty affect trophies?: No Difficulty Options Do trophies stack?: Yes, sort of. See the "Stacking info" section below for more details. Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No cheats available. INTRODUCTION Guns Up! Is a free-to-play strategy game where you plan attacks against other players by using different soldiers, bonus attacks, soldier perks and more. Also, you create a base to defend against CPU attacks and other players. Think "Clash of Clans" and you'll have some idea of what to expect. It's confusing to say whether or not all trophies are online or offline. Playing PVP is the only way to gain experience but the tutorials and customization can be done without playing online. The trophies are pretty straight forward. It will be a slight grind to get the level 25 trophy, you can get all the trophies without having to spend a Penny but spending money does shorten the grind. Stacking Info: The trophy lists stack for the US and EU versions of the game, your data will carry over so the grind will be much quicker. For the level 25 trophy you need to level up once and you will get it to pop, thanks to Mardolina for discovering this. Arcana75 found that you get another Epic Card Pack at level 26 and if you go to War and press , then you can redo the tutorial. Currently, upgrading 3 more troops is glitched but will more than likely will be patched eventually. See here for more details: LINK Walkthrough Step 1 – Finish the tutorial This should only take 10-15 minutes. You will start off by attacking a randomly generated base and then afterwards it will explain creating and upgrading your base. Founded HQ Step 2 – Play up to level 25 During this step you will more than likely obtain all other trophies (minus the CPU Defend trophy) Touch of Style Seek and Destroy Light 'em Up Perky Red Skull Crusher Gone Streaking Locked n' Loaded Leader of the Pack Top Brass Climbing the Ranks Step 3 – Defend against the computer for 6 minutes CPU Defend is where most people will struggle. You will have to plan your base properly and strategically destroy the enemy soldiers. You can go after this one in Step 2 instead but it is easier to wait until later so that you are more prepared. D-Fence If you want a nice little overview of tactics and how to better play the game, then see Calamaistr's thread here: LINK
  24. http://i.imgur.com/k3DTPSb.png Credit to Mambinni for the banner ROAD MAP Overview: Estimated trophy difficulty: 4/10 (Platinum Difficulty Rating) Offline trophies: 48 (35(B), 10(S), 2(G), 1(P)) Online trophies: 0 Approximate amount of time to Platinum: 16-20hrs (Estimated Time to Platinum) Minimum number of playthroughs: 1, plus Cleanup. Number of missable trophies: None, with chapter selection. Glitched trophies: Yes, 2 - Card Sharp and One Careful Owner Does difficulty affect trophies?: Yes, you must finish the game on Hard but the difficulty trophies stack so you don't have to do a Medium playthrough as well. Do trophies stack?: Yes Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No cheats. Introduction: Born the son of a poor immigrant, Vito is a beaten down Italian American who is trying to escape the life of poverty that consumed his childhood. It was on the streets that Vito learns that joining the Mafia is the only route to wealth and respect for people of his standing. Wanting to escape the life of hardship that his father led, he dreams about becoming a "Made Man." A petty criminal his whole life, Vito, along with his childhood friend, Joe, will descend into the world of Organized Crime. Together, they will work to prove themselves to the Mob as they try to make their names on the streets of a cold and unforgiving city. Walkthrough: STEP 1 - COMPLETE GAME ON HARD DIFFICULTY: This is a fairly straightforward game, and not overly challenging even on hard. In theory you can complete it in its entirety on your first go. Aside from some of the combat based trophies like Hairdresser, Hard to Kill or Stuck Up, you shouldn't have any trouble with the trophies. Once you have completed the game on Hard, you will get the Made Man and Tough Nut trophies. There is a chapter select feature, so there is no need for a full playthrough for any trophies you may have missed, though I would recommend that you make an effort to get the Ladies' Man trophy on your first playthrough to limit the number of chapters that you'll have to repeat. Most of the Playboys only appear in specific chapters, sometimes in locations that cannot be returned do without starting the chapter over. With that in mind, it is likely that you'll be able to earn most if not all trophies in your initial run. STEP 2 - COLLECTIBLE CLEANUP (OPTIONAL): If necessary, use the chapter select feature to gather Playboys for Ladies' Man, Wanted posters for Card Sharp, or cars for Petrol Head. STEP 3 - CLEANUP ON EASY DIFFICULTY (OPTIONAL): If you had difficulty with any of the combat based trophies, start a new game to polish those off. Once Joe gives you a gun in Chapter 2, you'll be able to complete any of the remaining trophies you may have missed. *Thanks to Jin_man for stating the obvious before I could. IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT STATS AND AUTOSAVES: When using Chapter Select for trophy cleanup, bear in mind that statistics such as Cars Driven or Melee Kills will reflect your stats at the time of the last autosave. In order for stats changes to be retained, you must progress to a point in the chapter where an autosave is triggered, usually just before or after a major plot point. Once saved, you can quit and select a new chapter and your totals will carry with you. Guns, cars, suits and money however will always reflect the autosave from the beginning of the chapter selected and not be persistent. This also applies to the upgrades and condition of a car and the "Distance Travelled" stat for that vehicle. All will reflect the original state from that chapter's autosave. Playboys and Wanted Posters trigger a save after you pick up each one but this ONLY saves the collectible information not any other stats or progress. NOTE: For the purposes of this guide, I am using Controller Set 2.
  25. Not a member of this site? Click here to sign up! Be sure and say I referred you! Overview: Estimated trophy difficulty: 1/10 (personal opinion) (Platinum Difficulty Rating) Offline trophies: 8 (1(G), 6(S), 1(B)) Online trophies: 0 Approximate amount of time to Platinum: 30 minutes (personal opinion) (Estimated Time to Platinum) Minimum number of playthroughs: 1 Number of missable trophies: 3 (Stubborn, Survivor, Curious) Glitched trophies: No Does difficulty affect trophies?: No Do trophies stack?: Yes, 4 versions but 3 stacks (NA PS4, EU PS4, and a shared PSVITA list between NA/EU) Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No cheats available. Additional peripherals required?: No. Introduction: One Eyed Kutkh is a point and click space adventure based on the fairy tales of the Far North. A single traveler on his way home crashes on a mysterious planet. To continue his journey, he'll have to get to the ninth heaven, deceive the Sun and the Moon, and steal their space-boats. You will get the majority of the trophies simply by playing through the game, but there is no chapter select, so keep an eye on the three missable trophies if you only want to do one playthrough. Walkthrough: Step 1: Beat the game The game is pretty straightforward. Be aware of the missable trophies if you don't want to play through the game again. An amazing video guide by iBaddriveri can be found here. By the end of this step, you will have unlocked (in likely order): Persistent Sleeper Explorer A cunning plan Survivor (missable) Curious (missable) Stubborn (missable) Peacemaker Step 2: Cleanup If you missed any of the 3 missable trophies, start a new game and focus on earning those.
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