Project CARS Trophy Guide

Project CARS Trophy Guide. Difficulty: n/o  A driving simulation game with an emphasis on realistic driving across 110 different courses with 74 vehicles to choose from. Since the developers have stopped adding community events, its related trophy, and therefore the Platinum, has become Not Obtainable.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Project CARS n/o 45 Slightly Mad Studios U.K. 34 6 4 7 0

Shift 2 Unleashed Trophy Guide

Shift 2 Unleashed Trophy Guide. Difficulty: ***  A simulation racing game and the seventh installment in the Need for Speed series. The game demands some serious driving skills, while the online trophies can be challenging without boosting.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Shift 2: Unleashed *** 41 Slightly Mad Studios U.K. 26 10 4 6 8

Shift 2: Unleashed

Shift 2: Unleashed is a simulation racing game, the seventh installment in the Need for Speed series, and a sequel to the 2009 title Need for Speed: Shift. The game includes over 145 cars from more than 37 manufacturers, which can be raced in over 36 different tracks in several different race types, including drifting, muscle car racing, retro car racing, endurance races, and circuit competition. Formula D champion Vaughn Gitten lends his voice as the guide for the player in career mode, as well as several other Formula D drivers who explain certain aspects of the game. Players may also complete in online multiplayer.

Shift 2: Unleashed received positive reviews, with an average score of 81%, praised for its graphics, excitement and fun, and for being an overall improvement over its prequel.

Shift 2: Unleashed is a high 3-star rating if you're attempting to acquire the online trophies legitimately, and a low 3-star if you have a boosting partner. However, it's not just the online trophies you need to worry about, as the game demands some serious racing skills to acquire all the trophies. Being able to get used to the controls, particularly with drifting, will be the first and biggest challenge on your road to the Platinum.

Expect roughly 50-70 hours depending on your skills.

Start things off by playing the Career mode. You will eventually need to win 75 career events on Hard difficulty for the Race License trophy, so if you feel confident and wish to save yourself a lot of time, we recommend beginning your Career on Hard. At any point you can adjust the difficulty, so if the learning curve is just too steep, go ahead and lower it to Normal or Easy. Just remember that you'll need to bring it back up again to work towards the Race License trophy.

Also, at the start of the Career and after completing the tutorial, you will race in a Nissan GT-R. Make sure to come in first place and win for the Proving Grounds trophy. This particular race cannot be redone later on, making Proving Grounds the only missable trophy in the game. So, if it looks like you're going to lose, quickly pause the game and restart.

Continue playing on Career mode, gaining XP, earning cash for the Bounty Hunter trophy, and unlocking events. Eventually you'll want to reach the GT3, Works, and GT1 Championship events where you can unlock the GT3 Champion, Works Champion, and GT1 Champion trophies.

At any point during your Career, or after, you can start working on the online trophies. You'll need to play an accumulated total of 10 hours for the Notorious trophy. During this time, you can either try to unlock the other trophies on your own, or find yourself a boosting partner to help you out. If you're having trouble finding players, be sure to check out the boosting forums under our Links tab.

Finally, with both the Career mode and online trophies completed, simply mop-up anything you still might be missing to unlock the Platinum.

First, a text-based Walkthrough by redapocalypse04:

Curse has a great Trophy Guide here:

And a great Trophy Guide by technole, which includes the DLC:

And X_RaceKing_X has a useful Trophy Guide here:

An Achievement Guide (same as the trophies on PS3) by XD41INUYASA, Icondemned, LeMansFahrer, and Sn1gaaaZ:

A video demonstration of the Proving Grounds trophy by technole:

A Boosting Forum on PlaystationTrophies:

And a Boosting Forum on PS3Trophies:

Finally, here's a basic Trophy List:

Need for Speed Shift Trophy Guide

Need for Speed Shift Trophy Guide. Difficulty: **  The thirteenth title in the Need for Speed racing game, focusing on simulated racing rather than arcade-style. After getting adjusted to the controls, the Platinum trophy is more of a grind than difficult.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Need for Speed: Shift ** 30 Slightly Mad Studios U.K. 12 12 5 0 5

Need for Speed: Shift

Need for Speed: Shift is a racing game, and the thirteenth installment in the Need for Speed franchise. The game focuses more on simulation racing, rather than the arcade racing of previous titles, with more realistic car handling. Rather than a story, players compete in the NFS Live World Series, earning money and experience points in the form of stars by playing and unlocking new races. The game includes over 60 cars, which can be modified.

Need for Speed: Shift received positive reviews, with an average score of 84%, praised for its presentation, sound effects, and replay value filled with a lot of variety.

The only real challenge is mastering the controls and those tight corners. Otherwise, the majority of the trophies are for completing the career and a whole lot of grinding afterwards. No online trophies to worry about.

Should take between 30-40 hours of gameplay, depending on your racing skills.

Your first trophy will be Trial By Fire, for doing a practice lap in a BMW. Once that's finished, you can begin the Career. From there, simply play through the career, completing all the events and climbing tiers while earning experience points.

Once that's finished, you'll want to work towards getting the 20 epic badges. There are 27 categories, which allows you some leeway in avoiding challenges you think are a pain. This may include the online badges which, unless you have a boosting partner, can be difficult as the online community is rather dead.

After you've unlocked all the badge-related trophies, you can start grinding for experience to level up for the Driving Legend trophy, which requires Level 50.