Super Time Force Ultra Trophy Guide. Difficulty: ** A side-scrolling action shooter with the ability to ‘rewind’. The Platinum is fairly average in terms of difficulty and time required.
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Super Time Force Ultra
Super Time Force Ultra is a side-scrolling action shooter, originally released for the Xbox 360 and Xbox One in 2014 simply titled as Super Time Force, and ported onto the PS4 and PS Vita in 2015 as an updated version titled Super Time Force Ultra. Players can select from over 16 different characters within each of the six stages using different weapons and powers. With 30 lives, players run through the bullet hell levels, with the ability to rewind their timestream to either revisit lives of previous character’s playthrough, or restart a new one.
In a mission to improve the present, Commander Repeatski sends out his time-traveling military organization, known as the Super Time Force, to various points throughout history.
The original Super Time Force received positive reviews with an average score of 83%, praised for its refreshing use of rewind play, humor, and exciting gameplay.
The game is overall fairly average in terms of both difficulty and time required. As least one playthrough on Hardcore is required, as well as finding a number of collectibles. Some of the HellaDeck levels, which are a series of challenge areas, can be quite frustrating at times, but certainly doable for any gamer with enough practice and patience.
Expect around 15-20 hours for the Platinum, depending on your skills.
NOTE: The trophies on the PS4 share the same list with those on the PS Vita.
Start by playing through the game from start to finish, while attempting to unlock all the miscellaneous trophies as you go. There are the story-related trophies which you’ll unlock automatically, as well as finding and collecting all the shards and glorbs along the way. Check out the Collectibles Guides under our Links tab for more details.
There are also some character-specific trophies to get as well. Check out the Super Time Force Ultra trophy guide links under our Links tab for more details. Keep in mind however that nothing is missable, so if you happen to skip a couple trophies, don’t fret. You can still clean up later. Getting them now will just save you time later.
Once you’ve completed the game, now is the time to go back and get any of those miscellaneous trophies you may have missed. Again, check out the Super Time Force Ultra trophy guide links to see what you still need and their requirements.
Next, it’s time to complete all the HellaDeck missions for three trophies, the final of which is the Decked Out trophy. Some of these can be quite trying, but just keep practicing and you’ll get them all. If you’re having trouble, check out the guides under our Links tab.
With that done, it’s time to replay the game, this time on Super Hardcore mode in order to get The Hardest Of Core trophy. This is not quite as difficult as you may think, as the levels are the same, as well as the damage done by enemies. The only difference is that you won’t be able to use any fallen characters until they’re saved. After finishing the HellaDeck missions, Super Hardcore will probably feel quite easy in comparison. If you’ve been following the steps in this roadmap, than completing Hardcore mode should also win you the Platinum trophy.
Here's a great Trophy Guide by kinjall:
And G_Bomb--8 has a great Trophy Guide here:
A Collectibles Guide by kinjall:
A video guide for the Talent Scout trophy by Tom Bicknell:
Here's a HellaDeck Walkthrough by AMDM:
And if that's not good enough, here's a HellaDeck Walkthrough by IsdMyth:
A video demonstration of the They Are Looking trophy, by bob101910:
Lastly, here's a basic Trophy List: