God of War Ghost of Sparta Trophy Guide. Difficulty: ** A third-person action game and revamp of the 2010 title released on the PlayStation Portable. The Platinum is not any more or less difficult than other games in the series.
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God of War: Ghost of Sparta
God of War: Ghost of Sparta was first released for the PlayStation Portable in November of 2010, then revamped in HD for the PlayStation in September of 2011 as part of the God of War: Origins Collection, along with Chains of Olympus.
The game is a third-person action adventure, with a story taking place immediately after the events of God of War I. Kratos, now having replaced Ares as the god of war, travels to the Temple of Poseidon in Atlantis to uncover secrets of his past, and search for a way to rid himself of his nightmares.
Like all God of War titles, the original PSP version of Ghost of Sparta received only positive reviews, with an average score of 92%, praised for its great story, fantastic graphics, and being comparable to any non-portable console game.
This game isn't any less or more difficult than other God of War titles. The Platinum can be earned with the same, usual roadmap - play the game on Hard mode, find all the collectibles, beat the Challenge of the Gods.
Can be completed in under 12 hours, particularly if you have experience with the series.
If you're in a rush for that Platinum, then you'll want to begin your game on Hard mode to unlock Zeus May Cry along with Only One Remains. Along the way, there are the usual collectibles to find - Gorgon Eyes and Phoenix Feathers - in addition to finding all the Minotaur Horns and the Godly Possessions. You may want to follow one of the walkthroughs we've posted in our Links page to locate all these collectibles so as to avoid a second playthrough. In addition, there are three missable trophies to watch out for: Make Her Scream, A Hero's Welcome, and The Midas Trick. Check out the trophy guides in our Links page for further details on how/when to collect these trophies.
Once you've finished the game, you'll have unlocked the Combat Arena, which you can use to mop-up the other trophies which may include farming for red orbs, acquiring the Grave Digger's Shovel as the final relic, get any combat-related trophies you're missing, and even perform the 1000-hit combo for the Greatest Hits trophy.
If all went well, then you should only have the Challenge of the Gods to complete, which includes 13 individual challenges. Check out the God of War Ghost of Olympus trophy guide links under our Links tab if you're having trouble with these.
Here's a great Walkthrough on IGN:
And a text-based Walkthrough by WingedMasune:
Another great Walkthrough, this one by Ben Millikan:
And Mahalo has a Walkthrough with a set of videos:
This is a detailed Trophy Guide, with videos, created by Broken:
Here's a great Trophy Guide by blazenarutoshippuden and Wozamil, which includes a few videos:
Here is a useful set of Trophy Guide tips by steelsammy:
This is a simple Trophy Guide, but with a few videos, by Josh Romero:
Another simple Trophy Guide, this one by KFHEWUI, but with links to videos for the Challenge of the Gods:
If you're having trouble with the Challenge of Ares, here's a first to a set of video demonstrations, by xSam016x:
Lastly, here's a basic Trophy List: