Guitar Hero Smash Hits Trophy Guide

Guitar Hero Smash Hits Trophy Guide

Guitar hero Smash Hits Trophy Guide. Difficulty: n/o Β A music rhythm game and the fourth in the Guitar Hero series. Since the servers were shut down in September 2013, the online trophies – and therefore, the Platinum – are now Not Obtainable.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Guitar Hero: Smash Hits n/o 51 Beenox Canada 38 10 2 8 0

Guitar Hero: Smash Hits

Guitar Hero: Smash Hits is a music rhythm game, and the fourth expansion title in the Guitar Hero series. The game includes 48 song tracks, all of which have been previously featured in other Guitar Hero titles, though redesigned to be played with a full band, which includes guitar, bass guitar, drums, and vocal.

Guitar Hero: Smash Hits received mixed reviews, praised for the song selection and full-band experience, but highly criticized for being a full-cost standalone title, rather than simply downloadable content.

Guitar Hero: Smash Hits, which was originally extremely difficult to Platinum, possesses 8 online trophies. Unfortunately, the servers went down in September 2013. After a brief reopening in December, they closed again, and have not since been reopened. As a result, those 8 online trophies can no longer be unlocked, making the Platinum for this game Not Obtainable.

With the servers down since late 2013, the 8 online trophies cannot be unlocked, marking this Platinum as Not Obtainable. However, there are still 42 offline trophies you can collect. So if you're interested, read on.

There are a few easy trophies you can unlock from the start. First, play through the tutorial and you'll unlock Rocker's Guide To Godhood. Then, create yourself a custom rocker and guitar to get their respected trophies, as well as a band with a custom logo.

Next, you can start on making your way through Career mode. Begin on whichever difficulty setting you're comfortable with, but it's recommended you move it up a notch as your skills improve, to better train you for the more difficult trophies ahead.

Eventually, you'll need to complete Career mode again, this time on Expert. You'll also need all four instruments (and some friends) in order to unlock The Greatest Crew for completing a song with a full band on Expert.

Also, at some point, you'll need to complete the Career in a band for the Rock Legends trophy. This doesn't need to be a full band, but with at least 2 players.

Once all your Career related trophies are out of the way, you can select Quick Play and mop-up any of the offline trophies you're still missing.