Estimated Difficulty: 2/10
Estimated Time to Platinum: 12-15 hours
Offline Trophies: 42 (24 , 15 , 2 , 1 )
Online Trophies: N/A
Minimum Number of Playthroughs Required: 1
Missable Trophies: None
Do Cheats Disable Trophies: No, the game does not have any cheats.
Does Difficulty Affect Trophies: No, the game does not have multiple difficulty settings.
In Majin and the Forsaken Kingdom you play as Tepeu, a thief who has the unique ability to be able to speak with animals. Very early in your adventure you meet a Majin, a powerful magical monster that you team up with to restore the once flourishing kingdom from the darkness that has destroyed it. The game is developed by Game Republic, same people that brought us Folklore and the Genji games. This is an action adventure title that has you solving puzzles, exploring a beautiful open world, fighting against the forces of darkness and building upon your friendship with your new pal, the Majin.
Step 1: Play the game/Search for all collectables
During this step you should concentrate on playing the game and enjoying yourself, a lot of the trophies will just come naturally but there are a few that you will have to put some effort towards. The first one that you should immediately concern yourself with is Trap Master. If you don’t actively work toward this the whole game or use ANUBUSNYC’s method near the beginning of the game (see Trap Master below) this could end up forcing you to either start a new game or to use another more time consuming farming method to achieve. It’s in no way missable, it’s just easier to get if you’re aware of it from the start.
Also, unless you want to backtrack a LOT before you take on the final boss, I would recommend getting all of the collectables as you go. Most areas you enter you can completely clear of all collectables before you move on, there are a few that you need to come back to later on once you’ve acquired certain powers, but for the most part, you can clean out areas pretty easily so there’s no point not too. The one exception to this would be the memory shards, as they ONLY appear at night time. So, occasionally you may have to wait around for night to fall or else just skip one or two shards and come back once night has begun.
Step 2: Clean Up/Grinding XP for Brave One.
If you’ve followed the guide you should have almost all the trophies by the time you reach the final dungeon on your way to the last boss. All the final collectables that you’ll need for those trophies are in this final dungeon. There is a save point right before the final boss that you can reload and get anything you missed even if you beat the game, but rather than doing that I would recommend reading the trophy descriptions for Brave One and Battle Master in order to clean up any final trophies you need before taking on the ‘King of Darkness’, that way once the credits roll you’ll be done with the game and will have your platinum trophy!
[PS3T Would Like to Thank Caudill for this Roadmap]