PlayStation Move Heroes Trophy Guide

PlayStation Move Heroes Trophy Guide

PlayStation Move Heroes Trophy Guide. Difficulty: ** Β An action adventure that utilizes the PlayStation Move controller, crossing over the Jak and Dexter, Ratchet & Clank, and Sly series. The trophies are straight forward and aren’t too difficult for anyone with average gaming skills.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
PlayStation Move Heroes ** 49 Nihilistic Software U.S. 44 39 6 3 0

PlayStation Move Heroes

PlayStation Move Heroes is an action adventure which utilizes the PlayStation Move controller, and a cross-over with the Jak and Daxter, Ratchet & Clank, and Sly Cooper series. Players play through and clear a series of levels, each based on environments from the character's respective games. The game includes both single-player and two-player co-op.

Aliens Lunk and Gleeber have stolen chunks from the worlds of Jak, Ratchet and Sly in order to create a ring around their planet. The three heroes must compete in a series of challenges in order to show off their skills and decide who is the best hero.

PlayStation Move Heroes received rather negative reviews, with an average score of 52%, criticized for its controls, dull story, and boring set of mini-games.

Getting gold medals on some of the challenges can be pretty tricky. Still, anyone with average gaming skills shouldn't have any problem unlocking the platinum. The trophies are straight forward, and since it's a collection of mini-games, there's nothing missable.

Expect around 20 hours to Platinum, depending on your skills.

NOTE: You will need 2 Move controllers to unlock some of the trophies.

You'll first want to start by going through the single player challenges. You'll want to focus on finding collectibles, working towards some of the skill-related trophies, and attempting to get gold medals for each challenge. Don't worry if you can't do this all at once, as you can always come back to each challenge later.

Once you've gone through the game, you can now go back and mop-up any single player trophies you missed, such as finding the remaining collectibles, skill-related trophies, and getting gold medals on all the challenges.

Next, are the Diamond challenges. These can be done with a single player, but are much easier with a friend. You'll need to get gold on each, as well.

Finally, call your friend over, plug in a second Move controller, and unlock the remaining Team Play challenges.