Fight: Lights Out Trophy Guide

The Fight: Lights Out Trophy Guide

The Fight: Lights Out Trophy Guide. Difficulty: *** ย Requires 2 Move controllers, much skill, and a whole lot of physical endurance. The six online Trophies are challenging without a boosting partner.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Fight: Lights Out *** 28 ColdWood Interactive Sweden 13 8 6 6 0

Fight: Lights Out

The Fight: Lights Out is a fighting game which uses the Move controllers and PlayStation Eye camera to simulate one-on-one battles. Players use the Move controllers to simulate punching, jabbing, and performing uppercuts and headlocks in order to beat the opponent in underground bare-knuckle brawling. The game includes 12 fighting venues, each with their own set of thugs and bosses, as well as online battle.

The Fight: Lights Out received generally negative reviews with an average score of 44%, praised by a few critics for being overall fun, though heavily criticized for its poor controls and hit detection, frustration, and presentation.

If attempting the 6 online trophies legitimately, this is an extremely high 3-star rating, as it's both difficult to find anyone online, as well as manage to unlock some of the trophies. With a boosting partner, the rating could be brought down to a low 3-star, though still requires skills and a fair amount of physical endurance.

Expect roughly 30 hours for the offline trophies, with added time for the online depending on whether or not you are boosting.

NOTE: You will need 2 Move controllers to play the game.

You'll first want to create your character, than battle against your first opponent in the Campaign. Once you have some money, head into the Gym and start training in order to gain some skill points.

Your ultimate goal is to complete the Campaign and unlock both the Prodigy trophy for completing all the career events, and the Nails trophy for having nailed them all. Having said that, you'll most likely find yourself alternating between working on the Campaign, and doing training in the Gym to improve your skills. The more you train, the easier the Campaign will be.

Once you've completed the Campaign, it's time to mop-up any offline trophies you're still missing. Most likely this will include the Money trophy for having a million dollars available, which you can earn quicker through betting, and possibly also Survivor for having gotten stunned 6 times while still winning the match. Check out the Fight: Lights Out trophy guide links under our Links tab to see what you're still missing and what the requirements are.

Also, at any time, you can head into online multiplayer to work on those 6 trophies, which include Champ for having reached the top rank, and Everlasting for defending the top rank five times. If you're having trouble finding players, or simply don't feel like doing this legitimately, check out the boosting forums under our Links tab to look for an online partner.