Overview:
Estimated Platinum Difficulty: TBD (Estimating Probably 3 or 4)
Estimated Time To Platinum: 10-15 Hours
Offline Trophies: 51 (1, 2, 9, 39)
Online Trophies: 0
Minimum Number Of Playthroughs Required: 1+
Does Difficulty Affect Trophies?: No. There is no difficulty setting.
Missable Trophies: None. You may replay any show once you’ve unlocked it.
Do Cheats Affect Trophies?: No cheats known
Glitched Trophies: None reported

NOTE: This game requires 2 Playstation Move Controllers to Platinum

Road Map

Introduction: Welcome to TV Superstars! This is a Playstation Move Required game where you play as characters in TV/game shows that resemble many popular shows you would see on television. There are a total of six shows that you will replay several times on the way to Platinum. Overall, it can sometimes be a fun and rewarding game to play with some friends, but it can become quite frustrating in some parts that are much more difficult/tedious than they need to be. The controls are not as tight as they should be with the Move controller and the game really comes across as more of a demo of mini-games, rather than a title you would want to sink a lot of time into. The good thing is that the Platinum for this game is fairly easy, all offline, and very attainable for anyone willing to put in a little bit of time and effort.

Step 1: Create 8 Custom Characters: This step should only take 20-30 minutes to complete and will net you three trophies: “A New Face”, “Fabulous Four!”,& ”Eight's Great!”. This step is also very helpful in the process, as several of the shows are much easier/faster to complete with more characters. The loading times in this game can sometimes take a while, so it is best to play with at least four of your custom characters whenever possible in order to minimize restarts. Also, there have been reports that some trophies will not pop if you are using any of the default characters instead of the custom characters, so play it safe and only use custom characters when you are playing.

Step 2: Play Each Game/Show At Least Twice With The Same Team: This step will get you familiar with the game and allow you to knock out several of the team and some of the individual game trophies along the way. It is best to do this with a friend locally (as there is no online option), but it can also be done solo. If playing by yourself, you probably won’t get many of the “great scores” you’ll eventually need, but the only game/show you can actually even fail are the STAA commercials (which force you to play with one controller anyway). While completing this step, you’ll get “Team Players!”, “Famous for 60 Minutes!”, “Teamwork!”, “Dream Team!”, “Getting Started In The Fame Game”, as well as a few other trophies on the individual games/shows themselves.

Step 3: Complete All Of The Miscellaneous Team/Individual Gameplay Trophies: In this step, you’ll want to set-up several short games with various numbers of players. You’ll need to play games with 2 vs 2 (same team wins twice), 2 vs 1, 1 vs 1, 4-for-all, and 3-for-all for several trophies (“Two By Two”, “In Your Faces!”, “Outnumbered”, “Competition”, “Quartet”, & “Trio”, respectively). I suggest using the same 3 or 4 characters through all of these set-ups, as you’ll eventually want to have 4 upgraded players to give you more chances at getting great scores in all of the games. While going for these trophies, you should also try to complete the 2, 3, & 5 consecutive days played trophies (“Perfect Partners!”, “Three Days of Stardom”,& “Five Days Of Fame”) by completing a game/show, then quitting out of the game, manually changing the date on your PS3, and re-booting to play another game/show.

Step 4: Grind Out All Individual Game Trophies & Get To The Top Of The A-List: At this point, considering you’ve completed 2-3 playthroughs of each game/show, you should have several of the individual trophies already completed. Now is the time to focus on playing each game individually to get high scores (most over 7,000 points), gold medals, etc. If you’ve been using the same characters the whole time, you’ll get the top of the A-List trophy (“Ultimate TV Superstar!”) before finishing up all of the other individual game trophies. Keep in mind that some games are actually easier to play as a team, rather than individually, and vice versa.

Step 5: Clean-Up Any Remaining Trophies: If you’ve completed all the steps so far, you should really have everything completed except possibly the 3-hours & 5-hours playing as a team trophies. These can be easily achieved by just replaying some of the longer games (ex: Frockstar) over and over again with your main team. With this, you can just activate the controllers and just keep pressing to keep it going, as you don’t have to actually score any points. It has also been reported that you can simply leave your PS3 on in a game with 2 controllers connected to achieve these trophies, but I cannot confirm, as these methods did not personally work for me.
 
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TV SuperStars Trophy Guide

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51 trophies ( 39  )

  • All trophies collected

  • Top of the A-List

    All of the fame rank trophies are achieved by simply playing the game and going for high scores. The Top of the A-List is achieved by getting roughly 90,000 points in total of all the game shows. Each time you complete a game/show, it will show you what your current total score and rank is for each player. Make sure to use the same character(s) while playing every game and you will get this easily on your way to Platinum.

    If you would like to know your progress towards this trophy, you can check your stats by doing the following: While in the green room, in the upper left menu, if you click on the TVS Magazine option with and scroll the pages with , there is actually a record of your scores for each game and each character.

  • A-list reached

    Please See "Ultimate TV Superstar!"

  • Every show completed three times

    This will likely happen naturally, as the majority of the games you will have to play several times to beat every scenario and attain every trophy. The only game show that you could actually attain all the trophies in less than 3 plays is Let's Get Physical. In addition, here is a list of the shows that need to be completed three times each:

    1. Frockstar (Any Location)
    2. Let's Get Physical
    3. Big Beat Kitchen (Any Recipe)
    4. DIY RAW (Any House)
    5. LGP: Reloaded
    6. S.T.A.A. (Any Commercial)
  • B-list reached

    Please See "Ultimate TV Superstar!"

  • One team beats another team twice in a row

    This is a very easy trophy, just follow the directions for the "Two By Two" set-up and beat the other team twice in a row.

  • Great score for Wheel Heroes and Airheads

    This is fairly easy as well, since you only need 5,000 points for a great score on this game/show. Just a little practice and you'll achieve this one in no time.

  • 10 paintings scored at 80% or higher

    I would suggest playing with 4 individual people to knock this out quickly. You'll be able to get 4 paintings per round that way, which means you could be done in 3 playthroughs of this game/show. Be sure to pay attention to the color changes that come up and be sure to dodge the floating guy that splatters paint if you shoot him. Play as a team with two Move controllers if you have any trouble with this one.

  • Great scores for all three locations

    You need to score 5,000 points or more in each location to get these trophies. It's easiest to achieve these while playing as a team, since you can do the make-up and dressing parts together.

    For the runway sections, it is important to note that the PS3 Eye lags quite a bit while mirroring the motions you see on the screen (especially with fast movements). Knowing this, you should always be ahead of the movement you see on the screen. Also, please note that for the runway section, each of the arrows for movement are colored according to the speed at which you should do them:

    • Blue Arrows - These are the slowest movements
    • Yellow Arrows - These movements are of medium speed
    • Red Arrows - These are the fastest movements
  • Great scores for all four recipes

    You will need a score of 5,000 points or more on each of the four recipes to achieve this trophy. You will easily get this on your way to 50 gold medals in each of the recipes, since you will be getting a lot of practice.

  • Great scores for all four apartments

    This is achieved by getting 7,000 points in each of the four apartments. Please see the individual DIY RAW trophy descriptions for tips on each apartment.

  • Great scores for all commercials

    This is probably the hardest trophy in the game. Basically, you need 7,000 points on every one of the 8 commercials in the game. The commercials do take some practice and can be extremely frustrating with the sensitivity of the Move controller. The best way I found to beat these was to set-up all four players on individual couches in the green room, so you get four chances at the same commercial each time you load up the S.T.A.A. game/show. The additional chances each time really gives you enough opportunities to memorize the patterns and continue to get improved scores.

    It is important to note that the PS3 Eye lags quite a bit while mirroring the motions you see on the screen (this is especially true with the faster movements). Knowing this, you should always try to be ahead of the movement you see on the screen. If you are having any trouble with this trophy, try recalibrating your Move controller by pressing and selecting Recalibrate Controllers. When I would calibrate, I always held the Move controller directly in front of me (basically in the center of where you would do your movements). Another tip is that with the parts where you have to press the button, you can just spam it continuously in most of those sections to get it to register. Also, please note that each of the arrows for movement are colored according to the speed at which you should do them:

    • Blue Arrows - These are the slowest movements
    • Yellow Arrows - These movements are of medium speed
    • Red Arrows - These are the fastest movements
  • Trio

     

    Three single players complete one show against each other

    Simply play a 3-person free-for-all game. This is set-up by placing one player each on three separate couches. You can move players around by simply clicking on the player with , pointing to a couch and pressing again. The fastest game to play is the Frockstar Training Episode, which takes about 2 minutes plus loading times per person.

  • Four single players complete one show against each other

    Simply play a 4-person free-for-all game. This is set-up by placing one player each on all four couches. You can move players around by simply clicking on the player with , pointing to a couch and pressing again. The fastest game to play is the Frockstar Training Episode, which takes about 2 minutes plus loading times per person.

  • One team completes a show against one player

    Simply play a 2 players versus 1 player game. This is set-up by placing two players on one couch and one player on a different couch. You can move players around by simply clicking on the player with , pointing to a couch and pressing again. The fastest game to play is the Frockstar Training Episode, which takes about 2 minutes plus loading times per team/person.

  • A team completes every show twice

    This trophy will take some time and like all of the team trophies, it requires two Playstation Move controllers. You will need to play as a team (two people on one couch) and complete all of the shows twice. Here are the six shows that need to be completed twice:

    1. Frockstar (Any Location)
    2. Let's Get Physical
    3. Big Beat Kitchen (Any Recipe)
    4. DIY RAW (Any House)
    5. LGP: Reloaded
    6. S.T.A.A. (Any Commercial)
  • Two single players complete one show against each other

    Simply play a 1 versus 1 game. This is set-up by placing one player each on two separate couches. You can move players around by simply clicking on the player with , pointing to a couch and pressing again. The fastest game to play is the Frockstar Training Episode, which takes about 2 minutes plus loading times per person.

  • Two teams complete one show against each other

    Simply play a 2 player versus 2 player game. This is set-up by placing two players on one couch and two players on a different couch. You can move players around by simply clicking on the player with , pointing to a couch and pressing again. The fastest game to play is the Frockstar Training Episode, which takes about 2 minutes plus loading times per team/person.

  • A team completes one show

    This is a very easy trophy, just follow the directions for the "Two By Two" set-up and beat the other team twice in a row.

  • A team plays for one hour

    Please See "Team Tremendous!"

  • A team plays every show

    Please See "Dream Team!"

  • A team plays for three hours

    Please See "Team Tremendous!"

  • A team plays on two consecutive days

    This trophy is similar to "Five Days Of Fame" and can easily be achieved by either playing each day for two days, or manually changing the date on your PS3 and re-booting the game each time.

  • 30 perfect Airheads windows

    Perfect Airheads windows are when they give you 100% scores for your landings from being launched into the shadow windows. This trophy is cumulative, so you can play this as many times as you need to achieve 30. Don't forget to press if the shadow appears to be crouching. You may need to play this one a few times to get this, but you can get around 15 per round if you are really good at this game.

  • Great score for Wheel Heroes

    This is fairly easy and I got it on my first try. Simply get a score of 1,000 or more in the very first rotating wheel section of this game/show. It's not that difficult to do, but if you are having any trouble, try it with two players on the same team. If you time it right, you'll be getting double points for each point pad on the wheel and each jump over the moving bar.

  • 50 Starstruck targets hit in one game

    This one might take a couple of tries, but this is fairly simple as well. You shoot the targets by pressing the button when you see anyone except for yourself (or your teammate). You get three rounds to shoot 50 targets, with the maximum score being 75. Here's the maximum Starstruck targets in each round you can score/shoot:

    1. 15 Targets
    2. 20 Targets
    3. 40 Targets
  • A painting scored at 90% or higher

    You'll get this fairly easily by going for "LGP Reloaded: Paintball Power". Just pay attention to the color changes that come up and be sure to dodge the floating guy that splatters paint if you shoot him. Play as a team with two Move controllers if you have any trouble with this one.

  • Great score for makeup and costume in Paris

    Please See "Frockstar"

  • Great score for makeup and costume in New York

    Please See "Frockstar"

  • Great score for makeup and costume in Tokyo

    Please See "Frockstar"

  • Great score for rapping

    This is fairly easy to achieve. You only need a great score (roughly 1,000 points) in any of the rapping sections of Big Beat Kitchen. Each recipe has 1-2 rapping sections to complete the recipe. You can honestly just swing the Move Controller quickly back-and-forth in the direction(s) you are supposed to mirror on the screen in order to get good scores in these sections.

  • 50 gold medals earned for pancakes

    The gold medal trophies are fairly easy, but the longest grind in the game. In Big Beat Kitchen, you will want to achieve perfect scores (or very close) on each component that you cook/rap in order to rack up gold medals. If you are good at making pancakes, you can achieve up to 10 gold medals per round, which means you could be done in 5 rounds.

  • 50 gold medals earned for fajitas

    In Big Beat Kitchen, you will want to achieve perfect scores (or very close) on each component that you cook/rap in order to rack up gold medals. If you are good at making fajitas, you can achieve up to 9 gold medals per round, which means you could finish this trophy in 6 rounds.

  • 50 gold medals earned for curry

    In Big Beat Kitchen, you will want to achieve perfect scores (or very close) on each component that you cook/rap in order to rack up gold medals. If you are good at making curry, you can achieve up to 5 gold medals per round, which means you could finish this trophy in 10 rounds.

  • 50 gold medals earned for meatballs

    In Big Beat Kitchen, you will want to achieve perfect scores (or very close) on each component that you cook/rap in order to rack up gold medals. If you are good at making meatballs, you can achieve up to 5 gold medals per round, which means you could finish this trophy in 10 rounds.

  • Great score for decorating and furnishing Old Lady's house

    You will need to achieve a score of 7,000 points or more while decorating/furnishing the Old Lady's house to earn this trophy. This is easiest achieved with two players on the same team, as several sections are much easier done with two people (beating the walls with plaster, painting the walls, spray painting the picture, reassembling the wall puzzle, etc.). Some of the Old Lady's items include the cat picture, the old couch, and old lamps. If you pay attention to the host right before you pick the items at the end, you'll get a glimpse of what the room should look like when finished.

  • Great score for decorating and furnishing New Age house

    You will need to achieve a score of 7,000 points or more while decorating/furnishing the New Age house to earn this trophy. This is easiest achieved with two players on the same team, as several sections are much easier done with two people (beating the walls with plaster, painting the walls, spray painting the picture, reassembling the wall puzzle, etc.). Some of the New Age items include the purple stand, the purple couch, and psychadelic lamps. If you pay attention to the host right before you pick the items at the end, you'll get a glimpse of what the room should look like when finished.

  • Great score for decorating and furnishing Rock 'n' Roll house

    You will need to achieve a score of 7,000 points or more while decorating/furnishing the Rock N' Roll house to earn this trophy. This is easiest achieved with two players on the same team, as several sections are much easier done with two people (beating the walls with plaster, painting the walls, spray painting the picture, reassembling the wall puzzle, etc.). Some of the Rock N' Roll items include the skull stand, the flame lamps, and huge stereo. If you pay attention to the host right before you pick the items at the end, you'll get a glimpse of what the room should look like when finished.

  • Great score for decorating and furnishing Modern house

    You will need to achieve a score of 7,000 points or more while decorating/furnishing the Modern house to earn this trophy. This is easiest achieved with two players on the same team, as several sections are much easier done with two people (beating the walls with plaster, painting the walls, spray painting the picture, reassembling the wall puzzle, etc.). Some of the Modern items include the contemporary lamps, the white stereo, and the flat screen television. If you pay attention to the host right before you pick the items at the end, you'll get a glimpse of what the room should look like when finished.

  • A character fails to take a commercial's top score

    Very easy trophy. Basically unmissable, unless you are the greatest Playstation Move gamer ever. Simply fail to achieve the top score on any of the S.T.A.A. commercials and you'll get this.

  • A commercial's top score has been beaten by another character

    This is fairly easy too. Simply score more than the default high score for any of the commercials. Most top scores are between 4,000-5,000 points and you'll see the score you need to beat before picking the commercial you want to play.

    For additional information, please see "STAA: Publicity Machine"

  • Great score on 3 commercials

    Please See "STAA: Publicity Machine"

  • TV Superstars has been played for three hours

    You will get this naturally while playing all of the games and going for the 1, 3, & 5-hour Team playing time trophies. If you would like to know your progress towards this, do the following: While in the green room, in the upper left menu, if you click on the TVS Magazine option with and scroll the pages with , there is actually a record of your playing time logged for each character.

    Also See "Team Tremendous!"

  • One new avatar created

    Please See "Eight's Great!"

  • Four new avatars created

    Please See "Eight's Great!"

  • Eight new avatars created

    All three of the avatar trophies are very simple and can be completed within the first 20-30 minutes of starting the game. Initially, the host will direct you to create your first character by using the PS3 Eye Camera. After you create your first avatar, you'll have the option to create more right then or later by pressing the button on the "Create New" menu option, located on the right hand side of the green room.

  • TV Superstars played for three consecutive days

    Please see "Five Days Of Fame"

  • C-List reached

    Please See "Ultimate TV Superstar!

  • You will likely get this trophy while playing your first game show, as it is the lowest rank in the game.

    See Also "Ultimate TV Superstar!"

  • TV Superstars played for five consecutive days

    This trophy can easily be achieved by either playing each day for five days, or by manually changing the date forward one day on your PS3 and re-booting the game each time.

  • A team plays for five hours

    This trophy is achieved by playing as a team for five hours of actual game play (not loading times, etc.). This trophy can be easily achieved by just replaying some of the longer games (ex: Frockstar) over and over again with your main team. With this, you can just activate the controllers, calibrate with , and just keep pressing to keep it going, as you don’t have to actually score any points.

    Another reported method (that I have not confirmed personally) you can use to achieve this trophy is by playing as a team against another team, completing one round of a multiple round game (Frockstar, LGP, etc.) and just letting the game sit after completing the first round. The screen will be prompting you to press , but just don't press it and the clock should keep counting. Also, you will need to set your controllers to never turn off, under your Power Save Settings at the XMB.

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