Quantum of Solace Trophy Guide. Difficulty: *** A first-person shooter based on both James Bond films, Casino Royal and Quantum of Solace. The offline trophies are of average difficulty, but the 19 online trophies are challenging without boosting.
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Quantum of Solace
The game is a first-person shooter, based on both films Casino Royal and Quantum of Solace. If you've seen the movies, then you pretty much know the storyline. Bond has kidnapped Mr. White, a member of the secret Quantum organization. After a quick interrogation, White escapes, and Bond teams up with environmentalist Dominic Greene to spy on and foil White's plans. The story flashes back and forth between events in Casino Royal and Quantum of Solace.
the game received an average score rating of 67%, with most online magazines agreeing that the game is fairly decent for one based on a film, but is simply "okay" when compared to other original first-person shooters.
The offline trophies aren't too difficult, but the game includes 19 online trophies. On your own, and considering how few people are now playing this title, we've given Quantum of Solace a 3-star rating. However, if you manage to find yourself a boosting partner, the rating could be eased down to 2-stars.
If you're in a rush for the platinum, select 007 mode (which is the most difficult) and play through beginning to end. It's certainly possible to collect all the offline trophies in one go, but there are specific challenges you'll need to do on each level, as well as find certain collectibles. Check out the Quantum of Solace trophy guide links under our Links tab to make sure you don't miss anything. But if you do, don't fret! There is a chapter select available.
The online trophies will require more time and effort - particularly the For England, James? trophy, which requires you earn over 100,000 credits. Simply work your way towards it by concentrating on the other trophies - see the trophy guides in the Links page for extra assistance.
The only problem with this game, is that it's old. Rarely will you find anyone online anymore - which means a boosting partner is almost a must. Either ask a friend to rent the game, or put out an SOS on a forum.
Here's a Walkthrough to help you with those challenges and collectables, on IGN:
and here's Part 1 of a Video Walkthrough on Youtube, by Mandatorybitchslap:
One of the best Trophy Guides we've found was created by Savenger, here:
This detailed Trophy Guide was posted by ScottSummers1:
Another, simpler Trophy Guide, posted by Jeff Belote:
And an Achievement Guide (same as the trophies on PS3) was created by pashos18:
And here's another set of Achievement Guides:
Here's a Boosting Forum on PS3Trophies, where you might be able to find a boosting partner:
Finally, here's a basic Trophy List: