Katamari Forever Trophy Guide

Katamari Forever Trophy Guide. Difficulty: **  An action puzzle game where players roll a ball-like object that increases in size as it collects items. The majority of the trophies are quite easy, though the Platinum requires a few playthroughs.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Katamari Forever ** 33 Namco Bandai Japan 20 6 6 1 0

Katamari Forever

Katamari Forever is an action-puzzle game, part of the Katamari series which began with Katamari Damacy on the PlayStation 2, and is the first to have trophy support on the PlayStation 3. Players control a ball-like object called a katamari which is used to roll up objects, thereby increasing the katamari in size.

The majority of the 34 stages are taken from previous games in the series, while the 3 new levels involve creating stars by rolling up junk. New features added include the "Prince Hop,' which allows the Prince controlling the katamari to hop in the air, and the "King Shock," which magnetize nearby objects to the katamari.

Katamari Forever received fairly positive reviews, with an average score of 73%, praised for its overall charm, but lacking in anything new from previous titles in the series.

While not especially difficult - the majority of the trophies are quite easy - this 2-star rating is for the time required. At least 2.8 playthroughs will be needed for the platinum, though depends on your luck, as well as a good set of guides (see our Links tab) to help find everything needed for the Completist trophy. The game does have one online trophy, though is simply for viewing the Network Ranking 5 times.

Overall, expect anywhere between 20-40 hours, depending on your collecting skills.

Essentially, you will need at least two full playthroughs. First, load up and start your game on Katamari Forever mode. Completing it will unlock Katamari Drive mode, which will be your second playthrough.

Next, you will need to play on Eternal and Classic modes, though these won't require full playthroughs. After completing all levels on all possible modes, you will unlock the Katamari Fanatic trophy. From that point on, it's a matter of mopping-up.

There are a number of trophies which you can randomly unlock during the course of the game, such as the online Rankings Lover, the two-controller required Multiplayer, Movie Fan, etc. Just check out the Katamari Forever trophy guide links under our Links tab for specific details.

The other trophies will come over time, such as Enormous Katamari. Most likely, the Completist trophy will be your last, as collecting everything can take time. Again, check out some of the helpful links under our Links tab for this.

Old Guy created a useful text-based Walkthrough, here:

And another text-based Walkthrough, this one by Shella Pearce:

Here's a great Trophy Guide, by Mystic:

And a great Trophy Guide here, by trophybot:

This is a useful reference for the Completist trophy, by several contributors:

And a Cousin Locations Guide, by vix:

And a Present Locations Guide, also by vix:

Lastly, here's a basic Trophy List:

Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Trophy Guide

Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Trophy Guide. Difficulty: **  A tag-team fighting game and sequel to the 1992 title originally released on the PlayStation 2. Except for winning an online Ranked match, the Platinum is more time consuming than difficult, even for players new to the Tekken series.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Tekken Tag Tournament 2 ** 50 Namco Bandai Japan 36 11 2 4 0

Tekken Tag Tournament 2

Tekken Tag Tournament 2 is a sequel to the 1999 game released for the PlayStation 2, and is the eighth title in the Tekken franchise. It is a fighting game in which players have the option of battling either solo or with a teammate. Tag Tournament 2 includes nearly all characters from previous Tekken games, totaling 59, with an added 6 as DLC. Players can customize their characters as they climb the ranks, playing in various modes such as Single, Tag Team, Arcade, Versus, and of course, online matches.

The game received high scores, with an average of 86%, praised for its online functionality and overall well-done game mechanics.

Not a particularly difficult Platinum here, even for those new to the Tekken series. There's a few online trophies, only one of which requires that you win a single Ranked match, the others simply playing - win or lose, it doesn't matter. Reaching the ranks of Tekken Lord will take a fair amount of grinding, buy you can set the game to Easy and each round to 1 to speed things up.

Given that there's no "Nightmare Train" in this game, the difficulty rating is one star less than Tekken 6. Tag Tournament 2 requires more time and grinding than skill.

This fighting game doesn't require much of a roadmap, particularly if you're an experienced Tekken player. Simply go through the various modes, collecting trophies, and check out the Tekken Tag Tournament 2 trophy guide links under our Links tab if you get stuck

If you're new to the Tekken world, you may want to begin in the Fight Lab, where you'll learn the basics of the game's mechanics, and can earn you four trophies.

Once you've got that down, you can head on into Arcade Mode. If you want things easier, you can change to Easy mode, which won't affect the trophies. Also, if you're in a rush, select 1 round per match in the settings. You'll need to play through twice, once as solo and once with a tag partner.

Afterwards, there are three trophies, each connected with Survival, Time Attack, and Team Battle. Once those are out of the way, you can start on the Ghost Battle and work your way up the ranks towards the Behold the Tekken Lord! trophy. This is where the grinding begins, and you'll probably need to play over a hundred battles. Again, check out the trophy guides under our Links tab for extra tips and strategies.

After that, you're left with a few online trophies which aren't too hard, and any mopping up of trophies you haven't acquired yet.

Here's a fantastic Trophy Guide, created by Jordyce:

And a detailed, text-based Trophy Guide, written by Wild Man X:

This is a useful Trophy Guide by Ferry Groenendijk, which contains several videos:

Another great Trophy Guide, put together by Comalicious, Ewok_3000, and Marccap:

And a detailed Achievement Guide (same as the trophies on the PS3) by TakahashiDemon:

And while it's not really necessary, here's a Boosting Forum on PS3Trophies to find a boosting partner:

Finally, here's a basic Trophy List:

Tekken Tag Tournament HD Trophy Guide

Tekken Tag Tournament HD Trophy Guide. Difficulty: *  A fighting game and revamp from the original 2000 title on the PlayStation 2. Even for players to the Tekken series or fighting games in general, the Platinum is both quick and not difficult.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Tekken Tag Tournament HD * 36 Namco Bandai Japan 20 10 5 0 0

Tekken Tag Tournament HD

Tekken Tag Tournament HD is a fighting game, originally released for the arcade in 1999, and for the PlayStation 2 the following year. It was revamped in HD with trophy support for the PlayStation 3 in 2011, and included in the Tekken Hybrid title, along with Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Prologue, and the 3D movie, Tekken: Blood Vengeance. Players select two characters which can be switched during battle. The game includes the main Arcade mode, as well as Time Attack, Survival, and a bowling minigame called Tekken Bowl.

The original Tekken Tag Tournament received positive reviews, with an average score of 88%, praised particularly for its graphics and visuals, as well as its controls and character moves.

Even for beginner Tekken players - or fighting games in general - this Platinum is not very difficult, nor time consuming. There are no online trophies to worry about. You'll need a couple playthroughs on Arcade mode, a playthrough on each of the other modes, such as Time Attack and Survival, as well as Tekken Bowl, and some mopping-up afterwards.

Experienced Tekken players could probably unlock the Platinum in just a few hours, while beginners may need 5 or 6 hours.

The game doesn't require much of a roadmap, but for simplicity's sake, we've broken the play into separate stages, moving from the easier to the more challenging.

First, there are three trophies you can knock out in Practice mode. Perform five back throws for the Watch Your Back trophy, deal more than 60 damage with a single combo for Serious Damage, and a collective damage of 10,000 for the Juggernaut trophy.

Next, there's Arcade mode, which contains 10 miscellaneous trophies, including Eternal Champion for completing Arcade on its most difficult setting. We recommend first playing on Normal to obtain the other nine trophies, before trying to run through on its hardest difficulty. Though of course, this all depends on your skills.

Then, there are 16 trophies related to the other modes. This includes Time Attack, Survival, and Team Battle. The most difficult ones will probably be the OOHRAAAH trophy for clearing Time Attack within the time limit, and possibly reversing an attack reversal for the Chicken trophy. Check out the Tekken Tag Tournament HD trophy guide links under our Links tab for tips if you're having any problems. Some of these trophies can easily be unlocked with a second controller.

Finally, there are 5 trophies related to the Tekken Bowl. Again, check out the trophy guides under our Links tab if you're having trouble.

Tekken 6 Trophy Guide

Tekken 6 Trophy Guide. Difficulty: ***  A fighting game and part of the Tekken series. The Platinum is certainly easier than the Street Fighter games, but clearing the Nightmare Train level is quite a challenge.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Tekken 6 *** 50 Namco Bandai Japan 36 11 2 5 0

Tekken 6

Tekken 6 is a fighting game much in the style of the Street Fighter and Virtua Fighter games, but with a scenario campaign in the tradition of the old Double Dragon series.

Jin Kazama is now in charge of the Mishima Zaibutsu, and is bent on creating a global superpower. Kazuya Mishima is in charge of G Corporation, leading his army to stop Jin from his diabolical plot.

Meanwhile, a young soldier named Lars Alexandersson is leading a rebellion to stop the civil war between Mishima Zaibutsu and G Corporation. During the mission, he meets an android in the form of a young woman named Alisa Bosconovitch. When G Corporation's forces attack, an explosion causes Lars to suffer from amnesia. Lars and Alisa journey together in search of a way to end the civil war.

This Platinum is far easier than the Street Fighter series. The only online trophies require you to win 1 ranked match, and 1 player match, which is far easier than winning five in a row! Many of the trophies are offline, requiring you to make your way through the various levels of the campaign, upgrading your character, and defeating a set number of enemies, as well as play numerous fighting tournaments.

The game requires skill, patience and thumb-callous. Certainly doable, but will take some time - and watch out for the Nightmare Train!

The vast majority of the trophies will be collected during the Campaign mode. For the most part, you won't need to go out of your way, either. Just make sure you collect all the treasures you come across, use Gattling guns and other weapons whenever given the chance, and destroy all aliens and wooden crates. By the end of the campaign, you should have unlocked all of the necessary trophies.

For the No Key For Me trophy, you must select "no" when it asks you to pick up Nancy during the Millennium Tower stage.

Once you've gotten all/most of the campaign trophies, you can get to work on Gallery Completionist. This is the most time-consuming trophy in the game. See our Tekken 6 trophy guide links under our Links tab for help with this.

The most difficult trophy, however, is What A Nightmare - and a fitting name for this trophy! Make sure your setting is NOT on Hard, and avoid using the gattling gun - save it for when Devil Jin appears, as you can easily shoot and knock him off the train. Fight nearby the gun ready, and do your best to stay alive as the swarm after swarm of devils attack you. We also recommend doing a search on YouTube with the character that you're most comfortable with, to give you some idea as how to complete this frustrating level.

One of the most helpful Trophy Guides is posted by xxdeadpeacexx, which includes several videos. The guide is directed at Achievements, which are the same as the trophies on the PS3 - just keep in mind that the buttons are different:

Also, we have a detailed, text-based Trophy Guide created by Kenneth Walton:

Another Trophy Guide, this one on PS3 Trophies:

And a simpler Trophy Guide, by Crotin:

Here's a Walkthrough, by Albert Chambers:

And here's a Strategy Wiki:

Finally, here's a basic Trophy List: