- Estimated trophy difficulty: 4/10 (Platinum Difficulty Rating)
- Offline trophies: 45 (30, 11, 2, 1)
- Online trophies: 0
- Approximate amount of time to Platinum: 16-20 (Estimated Time to Platinum)
- Minimum number of playthroughs: 1
- Number of missable trophies: None, there is chapter select.
- Glitched trophies: None
- Does difficulty affect trophies?: Yes, you must finish the game on at least Nightmare difficulty.
- Do trophies stack?: Yes
- Do cheat codes disable trophies?: None, there are dresses that you can put on but will not affect the trophies.
Alice: Madness Returns takes place 10 years after the conclusion of the original game, with Alice struggling to recover from the emotional trauma of losing her entire family in a fatal fire. After spending a decade institutionalized in an insane asylum, she is finally released to the care of a psychiatrist who just may be able to help her conquer the nightmarish hallucinations that still haunt her. Alice embarks on a mission to root out the true cause of her family's mysterious death, jumping from a gloomy and stark London to a rich and provocative Wonderland. IGN Alice Madness Returns
Note: As you go through the game you will encounter bottles, the bottles do not have a trophy associated with them, which means you don't have to collect them if you don't want to. You can collect them if you want 100% in the game. The only collectibles that have trophies associated with them are the Memories, Snouts, Radula rooms and the peaches in chapter 3.
Step One: Normal Playthrough + Getting all the Collectibles.
I'd advise starting the game on easy or normal for your first playthrough. The combat will be a little easier to tackle and the enemies will deal less damage to you if they hit you. You can also use hysteria in this playthrough whenever needed. In this playthrough you should utilize the collectibles guide (located under each collectible trophy in the guide) to find all the collectibles. There are a great amount of items to find and collect, so getting all of them in this playthrough will save you from using chapter select to get them in the end. Once you beat the game you can use Chapter Select to collect any trophies you may have missed prior to beating the game. Once you're satisfied with your completion percentage it's time to move on to getting the rest of the difficulty related trophies, plus the Level-Headed trophy. Please see the next step on how to get those trophies without doing another playthrough.
Step two: The rest of the Difficulty related trophies, Plus the Hysteria trophy.
New Game+, Make sure to use the New Game Plus tab that will be on the main menu to go about getting these trophies. Do this if you played the game on a lower difficulty level, obtained all the collectibles (Memories and Snouts) and want to cut out the second playthrough. Both Guide writers would like to thank the members from this thread for confirming this works. Nightmare trophy in 20 minutes
Please see Madness Prevails for a trick to get this trophy within twenty minutes without doing a full playthrough again.
Step three: Chapter select Clean up
This will be where you will go about getting any of the trophies you may have missed during your first playthrough. Make sure to use the chapter select Tab from the main menu to get any of the collectibles you may have missed. From that tab, it will tell you how many collectibles you are missing from each. Plus any of the trophies you may have missed. The few trophies you may have missed would be:
- Ship of Fools
- That's Using Your Head
- Weapon Schizo
- Grind 'em All!
- Eyes on the Size
- Beware of the Lagomorph
- Cold Arms, Cold Heart
- Pulling His Strings
- Calm In the Face of Death
[PST Would Like to Thank GODCHILD1020 & Kheapathic for this Roadmap]
American McGee's Alice DLC:
Estimated Trophy Difficulty: 3/10 (in my opinion) all the trophies you get simply for playing the game, however the game itself is very touchy with the controls, you will fall off platforms and get frustrated quite a lot.
Estimated Time to 100%: 10-20hrs
Offline trophies: 6 (4 , 1 , 1 )
Minimum Number of playthroughs required: 1
Do Cheats Affect trophies?: N/A
Do trophy Difficulties Stack?: N/A
Number of Missable Trophies: None
American McGee's Alice is a timeless classic that first came out in the year 2000. It quickly gained a cult following and has since been a fan favorite. The gameplay relies heavily on platforming and aiming-based combat. Alice gets what is essentially a health bar and mana bar, the later being used for special attacks from weapons. You get a vast arsenal of weapons to exact your punishment on enemies and each one provides a different style of combat and special attacks.
In this guide I have provided detailed Trophy Information as well as detailed boss battle strategies underneath each trophy for any boss that corresponds to that section of the game.
There are not really any steps, the game is very linear (although sometimes confusing) and there are no difficulty trophies, so choose what you want. I will say this however, be careful what difficulty you choose because once you choose it you cannot change it without restarting the game.
HINT: SAVE OFTEN!!! if you die in this game you have to start over from your last save. The game has an autosave feature but it only auto-saves at the beginning of each level.
HINT 2: YOU CAN SAVE DURING BOSS BATTLES use this to your advantage
[PST Would Like to Thank oversoul53 for this Roadmap]