Attack on Titan Trophy Guide PS3

Attack on Titan Trophy Guide. Difficulty: *** An action hack-and-slash based on the anime series of the same name. The route to the Platinum can be time consuming and frustrating at times.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Attack on Titan *** 43 Omega Force Japan 26 13 3 0 0

Attack on Titan

Attack on Titan, known in the UK as Attack on Titan: Wings of Freedom, is an action hack-and-slash based on the animated series of the same name, which in turn is based on the manga series by Hajime Isayama. With visuals inspired by the animated series, players use ODM gear to swing high above the battlefield and perform combo attacks to take down the giant Titan monsters. The game also includes a co-op mode.

Based on the first season of the anime Attack on Titan, a Colossal Titan breaks the outer wall of humanity’s home, allowing the Titans to come through and wreck havoc on any dwellers unable to get away. Ten years later, the protagonist Eren joins the 104th Cadet Corps to help take down the Titans and avenge the death of his mother.

The video game Attack on Titan received positive reviews with an average score of 75%, praised for its visuals, faithfulness to its source material, combat system, and overall fun, though criticized by some for its repetitiveness.

The majority of the trophies are of average difficulty and do not require a whole heap of time. Unfortunately, there is one trophy which not only requires plays on the more difficult True Attack mode, but needs hours and hours of grinding. Due to this single trophy, both the difficulty and time required bumps up the overall difficulty in obtaining the Platinum to a 3-star level. Certainly doable for most players, but expect some frustration and a lot of time required.

That Platinum can be unlocked in roughly 80-100 hours, depending on how much time is spent grinding. NOTE: The trophies on the PS4 share the same list with those on the PS3 and PS Vita.

Start by playing Attack mode, which is the main campaign, and playthrough while enjoying the game. You have the option to play on Easy mode, so feel free if you prefer as the difficulty does not affect the trophies. You will be unlocking a good chunk of the trophies as you work your way through Attack mode, both the story-related ones, as well as several others through natural play. There are no missable trophies, as you will be able to return to previous missions after completing Chapter 2. However, it is advisable to work towards getting an S rank whenever possible, simply to avoid more grinding later on.

With that finished, it’s time to begin the grinding process. You’ll now have the ability to do Survey Missions as well as Dire Subjugations. Since the Dire Subjugations will basically require you to replay previous missions, this is also a good chance to work on getting any S Ranks you missed in your first playthrough. Also, use this time to mop up any miscellaneous trophies you may still need. Be sure to check out the Attack on Titan trophy guide links under our Links tab to see what you’re still missing and their requirements.

The final grind will be working towards The Outside World Must Be Ten Times Bigger Than Inside The Wall trophy, which is what gets in the way of many players on their route to the Platinum. This trophy requires a 100% completion of the Gallery. This includes obtaining all the gear in the game, which are 77 blades, 72 scabbards and canisters, 74 omni-gear, and 7 horses. This will require an extra playthrough, this time on True Attack mode which is much harder, in order to obtain the special S Rank materials for some of the gear. You’ll also need a lot of funds to acquire and upgrade everything, so feel free to sell any unwanted materials, and complete Survey missions on True Attack mode to get the best reward funds. You can see what you’ve earned and what you still need by visiting the equipment section of the Gallery Menu.

Good luck!

Steins;Gate Trophy Guide

Steins;Gate Trophy Guide Trophy Guide. Difficulty: *  A sci-fi visual novel involving time travel and the butterfly effect. Like most visual novels, the Platinum doesn’t require skill, nor time if text-skipping.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Steins;Gate * 42 5pb. / Nitroplus Japan 23 16 2 0 0

Steins;Gate

Steins;Gate is a sci-fi visual novel and the second game in the Science-Adventure series, following Chaos;Head. The game later spawned several sequels, as well as a manga and anime series. Players make their choices by either selecting to answer or ignore phone calls and text messages, as well as selecting the reply. The outcome of these choices change the direction of the story.

Taking place in the summer of 2010 in Akihabara, Tokyo, Rintaro Okabe, who also goes by the pseudonym Kyouma Hououin, is a self-declared mad scientist who, among his friends, has accidentally created a time machine out of a microwave oven. By sending text messages into the past, he is able to alter the present and future. Yet the Butterfly Effect from these changes may create a horrible outcome for not only Okabe and his friends, but the fate of the world.

Steins;Gate received outstanding reviews with an average score of 88%, praised for its engaging story, colorful characters, voice acting, and attention to detail within the scenario.

Like just about any visual novel, the Platinum doesn’t require any skill – only time, and some strategic saves. Unlike other visual novels however, the different choices not clear-cut selections. Rather, they involve sending and receiving texts and phone calls at certain moments in the game. This means, if you are text-skipping, there’s a good chance you might skip through where you need to make a decision.

Expect anywhere between 5 to 45 hours for the Platinum, depending on how much text skipping you do.

NOTE: The trophies on the PS3 have a separate list from those on the PS Vita.

If you wish to get the Platinum in the least amount of time, we recommend following one of the walkthroughs under our Links tab, that will state not only when and which texts and phone calls to make, but also where to place some strategic save points you can fall back on.

There are trophies for reaching each of the multiple endings throughout the story. In addition, there are a few miscellaneous trophies for collecting all the CG images, receiving certain ring and wallpapers for your phone, and all 13 RaiNet episode summaries. You can either check out the Steins;Gate trophy guide links under our Links tab for specific details on these, or simply follow one of the walkthroughs, which will include methods for collecting these as well.

Be wary of text-skipping, particularly involving the miscellaneous trophies. Occasionally there may be a moment when you need to receive a reply to an email that’s linked to acquiring a phone ringtone or RaiNet episode summary. However, if you text skip through that moment, you could lose your chance and miss the reply.

If you’re simply reading the story like the game intended without text-skipping, then of course you have nothing to worry about.

Finally it should be noted that the Prologue does not contain any choices. So if you’re still keen on text-skipping, feel free to skip through the entire Prologue. Decisions will need to be made in Chapter 1.

FIFA 14 Trophy Guide PS3

FIFA 14 Trophy Guide. Difficulty: n/o  A football/soccer game and the 21st title in the FIFA series. Due to the server closure, the online trophies – and therefore, the Platinum – is now Not Obtainable.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
FIFA 14 n/o 44 EA Canada Canada 26 15 2 25 0

FIFA 14

FIFA 14 is the 2013 installment and the 21st title in EA’s FIFA football/soccer series of video games. The game features 33 licensed leagues, comprised of over 600 clubs and 16,000 players, and 47 licensed international teams and legends team. FIFA Ultimate team, which was first introduced in FIFA 10, returns where players can build their own team using real-world players. The game engine Ignite Engine is also included to enhance both graphics and gameplay.

FIFA 14 received positive reviews with an average score of 86%, praised for its realistic graphics, fun gameplay, and overall improvements over previous installments.

FIFA 14 was first released in September 2013. The PlayStation 4 version included 24 online trophies, while the PlayStation 3 version included 25 online trophies. Unfortunately, the online servers were closed on October 18, 2017. This means those online trophies, as well as the Platinum trophies for both consoles, have become Not Obtainable.

NOTE: The trophies on the PS4 have a separate list from those on the PS3 and PS Vita.

The online servers for FIFA 14 were shut down on October 18, 2017. This means the PS4’s 24 online trophies, and the PS3’s 25 online trophies, as well as their respective Platinum trophies, are Not Obtainable. However, there are still 17 offline trophies on the PS4 version, and 18 on the PS3 version which can be unlocked. So if you’re still interested, then read on.

There are three Skill Games related trophies you can start with, if you wish. You will need to get a silver stage in all 13 Skill Games in order to unlock both the Silver Lining, and become Legendary on at least one for the Legendary trophy. Along the way, you will automatically unlock the So Skilled trophy as well.

Unfortunately, the Skills To Pay The Bills trophy requires online multiplayer.

Once you’ve tuned your skills, it’s time to head into Career mode. There are six trophies to unlock here, including wining a trophy as a Team Manager for the Silverware trophy, and be featured in the team of the week for the Rising Star trophy. Other trophies include sending a Scout on an Area Scouting mission for the First Mission trophy, opening your inbox while advancing through the career for the You Got Mail trophy, changing the formation from the team management for the Control trophy, and for scouting a player with a combination of three Global Transfer Network attributes for the You Struck Gold trophy. For more details, check out the FIFA 14 trophy guide links under our Links tab.

Lastly, it’s time to mop-up the remaining offline trophies, many of which are related to scores. If you’re having trouble reaching Level 15 for the Started From The Bottom trophy, try starting a new game on Legendary difficulty with both User and CPU settings altered to make things easier.

Unfortunately, with the online servers shut down, this is as far as we can go.

Here's a great Trophy Guide by TheManUtdFan:
https://www.playstationtrophies.org/game/fifa-14-ps4/guide/

And Meacham93 has a great Trophy Guide here:
https://psnprofiles.com/guide/124-fifa-14-trophy-guide#13-silver-lining

And an Achievement Guide (nearly same as the trophies on PS4 & PS3) by Emperor 95 & Barad:
https://www.xboxachievements.com/game/fifa-14-xbox-one/guide/

And an Achievement Guide by Steelstick:
https://www.xboxachievements.com/game/fifa-14/guide/

Lastly, here's a basic Trophy List:
https://www.truetrophies.com/game/FIFA-14/trophies

Transformers Fall of Cybertron Trophy Guide PS3

Transformers Fall of Cybertron Trophy Guide. Difficulty: ***  A third-person action shooter and sequel to the 2012 War of Cybertron. Playing the game on its hardest level can be tricky, and much time is required online.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Transformers: Fall of Cybertron *** 51 High Moon Studios U.S. 42 6 2 14 0

Transformers: Fall of Cybertron

Transformers: Fall of Cybertron is a third-person action shooter, and a sequel to the 2012 Transformers: War of Cybertron. Players can select from a variety of Transformer characters, each possessing unique abilities, as well as the ability to upgrade. The game also includes a co-op survival mode, and online multiplayer.

Following the events of War of Cybertron, the Transformer’s home planet has been left unable to sustain life, forcing the Autobots to flee on board the Ark.

Transformers: Fall of Cybertron received positive reviews with an average score of 78%, praised for its story, voice-acting, and variety of playable characters, though criticized by some for technical issues such as frame rate.

While the majority of the trophies are not too difficult, a playthrough on its hardest mode is required, and can be tricky at times. Most of the time will be spend online, which requires a fair number of hours to unlock all the trophies, hence the 3-star difficulty level. Overall, while challenging at times, the game is more time-consuming than difficult.

Expect anywhere between 40-50 hours, depending on skills and whether or not the online trophies are boosted.

NOTE: The trophies on the PS4 have a separate list from those on the PS3.

You will need to complete the game on Hard mode in order to unlock the All Hail You trophy. Hard mode is available from the start, so if you wish to avoid a second playthrough, feel free to start there.

If you prefer to play on an easier mode first, just keep in mind that there is no New Game+. However, you can use the Chapter Select to replay levels set on the harder mode when you feel you’re ready.

Either way, during your first playthrough, you will be unlocking a number of story-related trophies. There are also some chapter-specific trophies which you can either go for now, or wait and use the chapter select later. Check out the Transformers Fall of Cybertron trophy guide links under our Links tab for more details.

Lastly, there are some collectibles to find. These include finding all the blueprints for the Beachcomber trophy, and all the audio logs for the Cassetticon Audiophile trophy. If you want to knock these out during your first playthrough, check out the location guides under our Links tab.

Once you’ve ultimately completed your Hard mode playthrough and unlocked all the offline trophies, it’s time to head into multiplayer. For the basic multiplayer, there are nine trophies to unlock. There are four trophies for playing each of the four multiplayer modes, and four trophies for getting all four character classes to Rank 25. Finally, you will need to come in first place in any public match for the Full Throttle Scramble Power trophy.

Lastly, it’s time to play some Escalation, where you will team up with three other players and fight off waves of enemies. You will need to reach the final wave on each of the four maps to unlock their respective trophies. If you’re looking for some good players, check out the boosting forums under our Links tab.

IGN has a Walkthrough here:
https://www.ign.com/wikis/transformers-fall-of-cybertron/Walkthrough

Here's a great Trophy Guide by diskdocx:
https://www.playstationtrophies.org/game/transformers-fall-of-cybertron/guide/

And MrSwagtwiceover has a great Trophy Guide here:
https://psnprofiles.com/guide/895-transformers-fall-of-cybertron-trophy-guide

And a useful Trophy Guide by PowerPyx:
http://www.powerpyx.com/guides/transformers_fall_of_cybertron.html

Ferry Groenendijk has a useful Trophy Guide here:
https://www.videogamesblogger.com/2012/08/23/transformers-fall-of-cybertron-achievements-trophies-guide.htm

And an Achievement Guide (same as the trophies on PS4 & PS3) by MeonOner:
https://www.xboxachievements.com/game/transformers-fall-of-cybertron/guide/

A video demonstration of the Carnage In C-Major trophy, by PowerPyx:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k4sw5noLqrM

A video demonstration of the Fusilateral Quintrocombiner trophy, by PowerPyx:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oGeW5yOBt7U

A Blueprint Collectibles Location Guide by PowerPyx:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nxR3Yvkaekw

And an Audio Log Collectibles Location Guide by PowerPyx:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XkL2Yh0H62Y

A PS4 Boosting Forum on PlaystationTrophies:
https://www.playstationtrophies.org/forum/transformers-fall-of-cybertron/294057-ps4-trophy-boosting-thread-read-first-post.html

And a PS3 Boosting Forum on PlaystationTrophies:
https://www.playstationtrophies.org/forum/transformers-fall-of-cybertron/167741-ps3-trophy-boosting-thread-read-first-post.html

Finally, here's a basic Trophy List:
https://www.truetrophies.com/game/Transformers-Fall-of-Cybertron/trophies

Deadpool Trophy Guide PS3

Deadpool Trophy Guide. Difficulty: **  A third-person action beat ’em up, based on the character from Marvel Comics. The Platinum is of average difficulty, and average time-consumption.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Deadpool ** 51 High Moon Studios U.S. 38 10 2 0 0

Deadpool

Deadpool is a third-person action beat ‘em up game, based on the Deadpool character from Marvel Comics. Much like the character in the comics, Deadpool often breaks the fourth wall by verbally interacting with the player. Players battle enemies with guns and swords, though a range of alternative weapons also become available. The character has the ability to upgrade, allowing for new fighting combos.

Deadpool is on a mission to create the most awesome game ever, with himself as the lead character. To succeed, he must face corrupt media moguls, team up with fellow X-Men characters, and battle enemies from the Marvel Comics, in order to see the completion of his game.

Deadpool received mixed reviews with an average score of 72%, praised for its humor, creative means of breaking the fourth wall, and overall fun, while criticized for repetitive fight scenes.

The trophies are fairly straight forward. At least one playthrough on the game’s hardest difficulty is required, although this is much easier to do if first played on an easier level, as all upgrades will carry over into the Ultra-Violence mode. There is a chapter select, so no missable trophies to worry about. There are no collectibles to find, and no online trophies. Overall, a very average game in terms of difficulty.

Expect between 18-25 hour for the Platinum, depending on how many playthroughs you do.

NOTE: The trophies on the PS4 have a different list than those on the PS3. Also, the Ultra-Violence mode is available from the start on the PS4, yet the PS3 version will require a playthrough on an easier mode to unlock it.

If you are playing Deadpool on the PS4, then the hardest game mode, Ultra-Violence, will be available from the start. However, the PS3 version will require a playthrough on an easier mode in order to unlock Ultra-Violence.

If you are playing on the PS4, and you are in a rush for that Platinum, then you can go ahead and start your playthrough there. However, take note that after your initial playthrough, all your upgrades will carry over, making the playthrough on Ultra-Violence much easier. So, it’s up to you if you want an easier but longer road to the Platinum, or quicker but more challenging.

Either way, there are no collectibles to find, and no missable trophies. So if you just want to play through and have fun, then by all means. If you wish to unlock some or all of the miscellaneous trophies along the way, then be sure to check out the Deadpool trophy guide links under our Links tab for more details.

After you’ve eventually completed your Ultra-Violence playthrough and unlocked the Know DP? Know Madness trophy, it’s time to use the chapter select and mop-up any outstanding trophies related to the campaign. Again, check out the Deadpool trophy guide links under our Links tab to see what you still need, and their requirements.

Lastly, there are the Challenges to complete, to which there are three trophies to earn. To unlock all three trophies, including the Gold Rush trophy, you will need to get Gold Medals on 5 challenges, as well as a few other miscellaneous objectives. These challenges involve surviving waves of enemies while obtaining as many points as possible. After having played the game on Ultra-Violence and gotten all the other trophies, these challenges shouldn’t pose much of a problem.

A text-based Walkthrough by Bkstunt_31:
https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/ps3/677163-deadpool/faqs/69928

And a Walkthrough on IGN:
https://www.ign.com/wikis/deadpool-the-game/Walkthrough

Here's a great Trophy Guide by quopi:
https://www.playstationtrophies.org/game/deadpool-ps4/guide/

And an Achievement Guide (same as the trophies on PS4 & PS3) by Sting7785:
https://www.xboxachievements.com/game/deadpool/guide/

A video demonstration of the In The Lobby Comboin Your Dudes trophy, by TheGrimHimself:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HCDODEz1Jtw

And a video demonstration of the 49 In 5 trophy, by deathmule:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oPNOYVXFco8

And a video demonstration of the Remarkably Quiet trophy, by TheGrimHimself:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=88BZMElKrAM

And a video demonstration of the Diggin In The Crates trophy, by Maka91Productions:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o4GmnHYUMxA

Lastly, here's a basic Trophy List:
https://www.truetrophies.com/game/Deadpool-PS4/trophies