Last Guardian Trophy Guide

The Last Guardian Trophy Guide. Difficulty: **  A third-person action adventure with puzzle and platforming elements. The Platinum is fairly average in both difficulty as well as time required.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Last Guardian ** 24 Team ICO / SIE Japan Studio Japan 9 7 7 0 0

The Last Guardian

The Last Guardian is a third-person action adventure with puzzle and platforming aspects, created by the same team behind Ico and Shadow of the Colossus. The game first began development by Team ICO with an intended release on the PlayStation 3, but suffered from delays before being taken over by SIE Japan Studios and released on the PlayStation 4. Players control an unnamed boy who co-operates with a large bird-like creature in order to navigate through each level.

Told as a flashback by an older man, the story involves a boy who awakens in an ancient castle, and meets a large, half-bird half-cat like creature called a Trico. After saving and befriending Trico, the two traverse through the castle ruins while evading the strange soldiers that lurk within.

The Last Guardian received mixed to positive reviews with an average score of 81%, praised for its story, visuals, the relationship between the boy and Trico, while both praised and criticized for Trico’s realistic animal-like behavior, and criticized for poor control mechanics and camera angles.

The Platinum for The Last Guardian is both fairly average in terms of difficulty, as well as time required. At least two playthroughs are required, one of which is a speed-run, and perhaps a partial playthrough. The difficult aspect of the game isn’t actually the game itself, but the awkward mechanics and camera angles. Overall, the Platinum is far easier than Team ICO’s previous titles.

Expect around 22-26 hours for the Platinum.

Nearly all the trophies are missable, so if you’re in a rush for that Platinum and don’t care about spoilers, it’s a good idea to follow one of the walkthroughs under our Links tab. You should also check out the Last Guardian trophy guide links under our Links tab and get familiar with what you need to do.

The object here, is to get nearly all the trophies in one playthrough, with the exception of the speed-run related trophies, as well as both Dressed For The Fest and Beast Friends Forever trophies. You can also save the Untouchable Emissary trophy for your second playthrough, as well. Just focus on getting through the game, while finding all the collectibles, and fullfilling the other miscellaneous trophies.

Once that’s finished, it’s time to do a New Game+ for a partial playthrough to collect both the Dressed For The Fest and Beast Friends Forever trophies. If you’ve found all 48 barrels in your initial playthrough, then you’ll need to find them all again for a total of 96 barrels. You’ll need a total of 64 barrels in order to get all the boy’s costumes for the Dressed For The Fest trophy. You will also need a total of 96 barrels (all barrels in two playthroughs) in order to pain Trico’s entire body for the Beast Friends Forever trophy. If you happen to miss a couple barrels, don’t worry. There’s still the speed-run playthrough where you can grab a few there, as well.

Finally, it’s time for your speed-run. Your ultimate goal here is to clear the game in under 5 hours for the Lightning Emissary trophy. Doing so will also unlock the Fleet Emissary for clearing in under 15 hours, and the Spry Emissary for clearing under 30 hours, if you haven’t gotten those trophies already.

Also, this is a good chance to go for the Untouchable Emissary trophy as well, for reaching the end of the game without a game over. The reason is because we recommend saving your game either to the PS+ Cloud or on a portable HD after each section, in case you die or take too long during any part of the game. Check out some of the Speed Run walkthrough videos under our Links tab if you need a demonstration.

IGN has a Walkthrough here:

And a detailed text-based Walkthrough by burqawitz:

Here's a great Trophy Guide by smartbomb:

And BlindMango has a great Trophy Guide here:

A great Trophy Guide by Nerdburglars:

And a useful Trophy Guide by PowerPyx:

And Fexelfa has a useful Trophy Guide here:

A Barrels and Trico Holes Locations Guide by smartbomb:

A walkthrough for the All Talked Out trophy, by smartbomb:

A video demonstration of the That Hits The Spot trophy by PowerPyx:

And a video demonstration of the Balancing Barrels trophy by PowerPyx:

A Speed Run demonstration by JuddMan:

Finally, here's a basic Trophy List:

Playroom VR Trophy Guide

The Playroom VR Trophy Guide Trophy Guide. Difficulty: *  A set of mini-games for the PlayStation VR which can be played with up to four players. With a second controller, all trophies can quickly and easily be unlocked solo.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Playroom VR * 41 SIE Japan Studio Japan 30 5 5 0 3

The Playroom VR

The Playroom VR is a collection of six mini-games for the PlayStation VR, and made as a permanent free download. Players can destroy a city or defeat a giant monster, play cat and mouse, capture ghosts in a haunted house, play as a sheriff and capture wanted criminals in a bar, rescue robots in a platforming game, and play with unlocked toys in a giant playroom. Nearly all games can be played in co-op with up to four players, with one operating the PlayStation VR and others watching the TV screen.

The Playroom VR received positive reviews with an average score of 77%, praised for its presentation, ability to demonstrate the PlayStation VR’s experience, and overall fun, while criticized for the shortness of some mini-games.

All trophies can be earned playing solo, but some are even easier with a second or third player. Each mini-game is quite short, and their respective trophies are easy enough that most can be unlocked on your first try. And best of all, it’s a free game!

Expect to unlock the Platinum in around 5-6 hours.

NOTE: Aside from the PlayStation VR headset, you will also need a second controller for some trophies.

With the exception of the Mini Bots playroom, the other five mini-games can be played in any order. All of them can be done solo, though some will require a second controller.

For the most part, just check out the Playroom VR trophy guide links under our Links tab to see which trophies are connected to which mini-game, and what their requirements are. If you’re just playing for fun with friends, you will probably unlock a good chunk of the trophies naturally. However, there are a few you’ll need to buckle down and focus on.

All trophies can still be unlocked while playing solo, as long as you have a second controller. Keep the PlayStation VR loose over your face, so you can quickly slide it up and down in order to see what’s on screen. This is particularly important if going for The Good, The Bot And The Ugly trophy, and the Busy Day For The Sheriff trophy in the Wanted! mini game. You’ll need to first see the TV screen to know which criminal you’re seeking, then slide the VR back over your face and take your shot.

Once you’ve gotten all the trophies in the five mini-games, it’s time to head into the Mini Bots mini-game, which is more like viewing a collection of toys. You’ll need close to 100 coins to unlock all 59 items, which hopefully you should have enough by now. If not, continue grinding the other mini-games until you do. None of the items will repeat, so just keep buying them for your collection, until you have everything and the trophy unlocks.

Have fun!

JayPBM and Kraig have a useful Trophy Guide here, which includes the DLC:

And a great Trophy Guide by I_Break_U_In_2, durpoxquent, and gwenn2b:

A video demonstration of the Super Rescue Team trophy, by Ihzzay:

If you're interested in the DLC, here's a video demonstration of a Toy Wars Solo Run by Kraigbot:

Lastly, here's a basic Trophy List:

Everybody’s Golf Trophy Guide

Everybody’s Golf Trophy Guide. Difficulty: ***  A golfing simulation game and the twelfth title in the Everybody’s Golf series. The Platinum is quite time consuming, requiring a lot of grinding and also luck.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Everybody’s Golf (2017) *** 31 Clap Hanz / SIE Japan Studio Japan 15 10 5 2 0

Everybody’s Golf

Everybody's Golf, known as Minna no Golf in Japan, is a golfing simulation game, the twelfth title in the Everybody's Golf series, and the first to be released for the PlayStation 4. Like previous titles in the series, the game uses cartoon-like characters and a more humorous rather than serious style. Players can create and customize their players, as well as free-roam across the courses either on foot or using a golf cart. The game also includes online play.

Everybody's Golf received positive reviews with an average score of 79%, praised for its quirky visuals, accessibility to both new and veteran players, and overall fun, though criticized by some for required grinding for unlockables.

The Platinum for Everybody's Golf is both challenging and time consuming, while also requiring a fair bit of luck. There is a lot to do in the game, including collecting 720 gallery characters, scoring three condors, defeating a revenge character each day for 18 days, and playing around 120 tournaments. However, with enough patience and time, any average player should be able to unlock the Platinum.

Expect anywhere between 60-80 hours for the Platinum, depending on skill and especially luck.

You can start things off by simply playing through the single player game, playing tournaments and eventually reaching Rank 7. Along the way, you will also be playing against VS characters whenever you have enough Victory EXP, earn better clubs to help your score, and participate in Professor Koenji's quiz to work towards the Top Marks trophy. During this step, you'll unlock a number of trophies naturally.

If you are confident in your skills, you can speed up this process by hitting the Square button and selecting Serious mode, which is more challenging but will boost your rewards by 50%, helping you reach those VS characters quicker.

After that, it's time to start grinding. You'll be playing tournaments in order to complete the gallery member collection for the Full House trophy, unlocking and defeating all the Secret VS characters for the Secret Master trophy, complete the fish encyclopaedia for the Walking Encyclopaedia trophy, and a number of other miscellaneous trophies. Be sure to check out the Everybody's Golf trophy guide links under our Links tab to see what you still need and their requirements.

Remember that time, patience, and luck is the key to some of the challenges required. Good luck!

Here's a great Trophy Guide by TheSwordUserYT:

And Tom Hopkins created a simple but useful Trophy Guide here:

Here's a Fishing FAQ by aces4839:

And a One-Shot Mission FAQ also by aces4839:

Superkiwi made a helpful list of Secret VS Characters Requirements here:

A video demonstration of getting a Condor by packattack04082:

Lastly, here's a basic Trophy List:

Knack 2 Trophy Guide

Knack 2 Trophy Guide. Difficulty: **  An action-platformer and sequel to the 2013 Knack. Since a full playthrough on Very Hard mode is not required, the Platinum is considerably easier than the previous installment.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Knack 2 ** 43 SIE Japan Studio Japan 27 12 3 0 0

Knack 2

Knack 2 is an action-platformer and sequel to the 2013 Knack, released as a launch title for the PlayStation 4. Players control Knack, a being that is able to change its size by incorporating different amounts of Relics to itself. Knack's abilities can be upgraded during the course of the game through collectibles in the form of Relic Energy, as he jumps and punches across different missions, while also solving puzzles. The game also includes a co-op mode.

A villain is reviving ancient weapons and giant titans to conquer the world. Only Knack can save the lands from this evil-doer.

Knack 2 received lukewarm reviews with an average score of 69%, praised for its combat, co-op function, and being an overall improvement over its predecessor, but criticized for its story, presentation, and animation.

Unlike its predecessor, the Platinum for Knack 2 does not require a full playthrough on Very Hard mode. At least one playthrough on Hard mode is required, with some grinding and mopping up using the chapter select. Overall, the Platinum is easier and quicker than the previous installment.

Expect about 16-23 hours, depending on skills and how many playthroughs you choose to do.

There are two ways you can go about getting the Platinum: long and easy, or quick and challenging. If you're going for long and easy, than set your first playthrough on an easier mode. Aside from getting used to the game, you'll also be collecting Crystal Knacks and skills, which will make your second playthrough on Hard mode easier. However, this route will therefore require two playthroughs.

If you prefer the quicker and more challenging, than start your playthrough on Hard mode, which will unlock the It's A Knackout trophy, as well as the Novice Hero Knack and Hero Knack trophies. Hard mode is not too difficult and certainly doable for any average player, even without starting with the upgrades.

Either way, you'll want to focus on collecting the Treasure Chests. There are 100 throughout the game, though you'll only need enough to acquire all the gadgets for The Doctor's Disciple trophy, You will also need to find all the super moves in the form of collectibles, for the Super Move Master trophy.

Next, you'll need to clear one chapter on Very Hard mode for the Sucker For Punishment trophy. Choose a level you remember being the easiest by accessing the mission select under the World Map from the main menu. We found Chapter 6-3 to be the easiest, since it's a short level and you will be in Giant Knack form.

With the story complete, you will have unlocked 8 challenges under Extra Content. You will need to achieve 5 stars in all five of the Time Attack challenges, which will unlock both the Relic Racer and Speed Demon trophies. You will also need to achieve 5 stars in all three Coliseum Attacks for both the Gladiator and King Of The Coliseum trophies. Overall, these challenges can be tricky but are doable with some practice. Check out the videos under our Links tab if you require some assistance.

After that, it's time to get some medals. There are 143 medals in the game, but you only need 70 for the You've Got The Knack trophy. Head to the World Map and begin replaying levels to fulfill whichever challenges you think are easiest in earning medals. These challenge range from completing speed runs, clearing a level with a certain score, or performing certain actions. Check out the Challenge List under our Links tab for more details.

Lastly, it's simply a matter of mopping up whatever trophies you still need to get that Platinum. Be sure to check out the Knack 2 trophy guide links under our Links tab to see what you need and their requirements.

IGN has a Walkthrough here:

And a set of video Walkthroughs by MKIceAndFire:

DaEastside has a great Trophy Guide here:

A great Trophy Guide by PowerPyx:

And a useful Trophy Guide by NerdBurglars:

scharn73 created a Treasure Chest Locations Guide here:

A video by PowerPyx demonstrating the Combo King trophy:

A video demonstrating the Speed Demon trophy, by PowerPyx:

And a video demonstration of the King Of The Coliseum trophy, also by PowerPyx:

Here is a forum on PlaystationTrophies discussing the Challenges for the You've Got The Knack trophy:

Finally, here's a basic Trophy List:

Gravity Rush 2 Online Servers Shutting Down This Month

Despite the fan campaign to keep the Gravity Rush 2 online servers alive with their #DontForgetGravityRush protest, both SIE Japan Studio and Project Siren have officially announced that the servers will be closed on July 19.

The online servers were originally scheduled to be shut down on January 19, yet due to the #DontForgetGravityRush campaign, SIE Japan Studio decided to allow the online service to continue for six more months.

The good news for trophy hunters at least, is that the Platinum will remain obtainable after the Gravity Rush 2 online servers close on July 19. None of the trophies are online, including the 11 trophies on the DLC pack The Ark of Time – Raven’s Choice.

The online aspect to Gravity Rush 2 was an added feature which allowed players to obtain new costumes and items to decorate their in-game home, as well as send and receive Challenges, Treasure Hunts, and Photo Ghosts, and view rankings.

Gravity Rush 2, known in Japan as Gravity Daze 2, is a third-person action adventure released in January 2017 exclusively for the PS4. The main character, Kat, possesses the ability to manipulate gravity while she battles against strange creatures known as the Nevi. The game is a sequel to the 2012 Gravity Rush which was originally an exclusive for the PlayStation Vita before being ported in a Remastered version for the PS4.