- What is the estimated trophy difficulty for Action Arcade Wrestling?
The estimated trophy difficulty for Action Arcade Wrestling is 2/10.
- How many offline trophies are there in Action Arcade Wrestling?
There are 10 offline trophies in Action Arcade Wrestling.
- How many online trophies are there in Action Arcade Wrestling?
There are 0 online trophies in Action Arcade Wrestling.
- How long does it take to get the platinum in Action Arcade Wrestling?
The estimated time to get a platinum in Action Arcade Wrestling is 2-4 hours.
- How many playthroughs is needed to get a platinum in Action Arcade Wrestling?
- How many missable trophies are there in Action Arcade Wrestling?
There are 0 missable trophies in Action Arcade Wrestling.
- Does difficulty affect trophies in Action Arcade Wrestling?
Yes. Needs to be played on Hard.
- Are there any unobtainable/glitched trophies in Action Arcade Wrestling?
There are no unobtainable/glitched trophies in Action Arcade Wrestling.
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- Estimated trophy difficulty: 2/10 (Estimated Trophy Difficulty)
- Offline trophies: 10 (3, 6, 1, 0)
- Online trophies: 0
- Approximate amount of time to platinum: 2-4 Hours (Estimated Time to 100%)
- Minimum number of playthroughs: 1
- Number of missable trophies: 0
- Glitched trophies: 0
- Does difficulty affect trophies?: Yes. Overcoming the Odds Needs to be played on Hard
Welcome to AAW! Originally planned as a licensed game based on CHIKARA Pro Wrestling, but they unfortunately went under during the Pandemic. So the devs rebranded to an unlicensed promotion. The game is a very arcadey, almost over the top style of wrestling game. It presents itself in a traditional in-ring setting, but it's more open and fast paced with wacky cel-shaded characters that even have super powers for finishers. It's quick and easy to learn and can be quite addictive. One of the downsides to this game, however is that it doesn't have any kind of story mode. It's just straight to the point Exhibition matches.
Perhaps the best part of the game, though, is that it features a very deep Create-A-Wrestler feature. You can create nearly anything. Seriously, I downloaded a Pepsi Machine! And it has a Community Creations section boasting thousands upon thousands of real life wrestlers and fictional characters. You want a WWE or AEW roster? Have at it. Want Street Fighter vs. Ninja Turtles, go for it. You want a Pepsi Machine vs. the Ghost from Mario? You can do that too!
NOTE TO CREATORS: So, if you're into creations, you can download from thousands of them on the community tab, from wrestlers to arenas. But if you're the one who wants to do the creating, then note that the game doesn't have a dedicated create mode in-game. AAW has something called the Wrestle Lab that is purely Steam based but is cross platform, so the creations will show up on the communty tab on PlayStation after you make them. Here's a tutorial page for all the information:
AAW Wrestle Lab Information Page
WARNING: This game is VERY prone to crashing. I suggest trying to not have overly lengthy matches. When you're working on leveling up to level 50, I highly suggest closing the game application then going back in after every match. Almost every time I tried to have 2 matches in the same session the game crashed on me and you end up losing XP progress.
Step 1: Complete the Tutorial
The game will thrust you into the Turtorial as you start it, so just complete it as the first thing you do.
I wanted to point out here that the game doesn't tell you how to reverse, I managed to do it a couple times by sheer happenstance. So if anyone figured it out for certain, let me know. I feel like it's the one important thing you should know and the game decides to not have a tutorial on it.
Trophy Earned in this Step:
Step 2: Play 2-3 matches or however many you need to get used to the controls.
You should also level up once after a match or two depending on how many points you accrue during the match. This step is more so for you to be comfortable enough to play a match on hard.
Trophies Earned in the Step:
Breaking in the Gear
Step 3: Play a Battle Royal
Make sure to choose Battle Royal in Exhibition and win it. Playing on Easy these matches aren't that hard...just stay away from the ropes.
Trophy Earned in this Step:
Killing the Business
Step 4: Play a Match on Hard Difficulty
While you can do this step whenever you want, I put it here as you should hopefully be used to the controls by now. Hard isn't really that hard, the AI just reverses more and you can lose if you're not careful. So if you have the controls down just stay on the offensive switching up your moves and once you get their health down just pin em.
Trophy Earned in this Step:
Overcoming the Odds
Step 5: Keep replaying 5 vs. 5 Elimination matches to get to Level 50
This step is going to take some time, and you can earn points however you like...but this match type bar none, nets you the most point overall if you're doing what I highlight in the trophy description. It seems like you won't earn much at first, but as you keep playing 5v5 Elimination matches and getting as many spots and Unique moves in as possible the amount of points you earn will keep going up and up. I was earning 40,000 points per match by the time I hit level 50, which was enough to raise my level 7 times.
Trophies Earned in this Step:
Getting a Push
Number One Contender