LEGO Jurassic World Trophy Guide. Difficulty: * Though slightly time-consuming, requiring over 20 hours of gameplay, very little skill is required.
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LEGO Jurassic World
LEGO Jurassic World is a third-person Lego action adventure, based on the plots of the Jurassic Park films. Like other Lego games in the series, players solve puzzles while battling enemies and collecting Lego studs that can be used for purchasing upgrades and unlocking characters. The game includes two-player co-op, and over 100 unlockable characters with 20 different playable dinosaur species.
The storyline follows that of the films Jurassic Park, The Lost World: Jurassic Park, Jurassic Park III, and Jurassic World, each at an equal length that were fit into five levels.
LEGO Jurassic World received lukewarm reviews, with an average score of 72%, praised for its fun puzzles and ability to play as dinosaurs, though criticized for its dull enemies and occasional frustrating moments.
While the game is a bit time consuming - requiring over 20 hours of gameplay - it's certainly one of the easiest titles in the LEGO series. Two playthroughs are needed, one of them in Free Play, plus some mopping-up. As long as you can spare the time, this is a very simple platinum.
NOTE: The Trophies on the PS4 have a separate list than those on the PS3.
As you can imagine, the first thing to do is play through the 20 levels of the Story Mode. It's up to you whether you wish to play Jurassic Park or Jurassic World first, as it doesn't have any affect on your road towards the platinum. While you'll be unlocking a number of story-related trophies along the way, you'll want to focus on collecting the Minikits and Amber Bricks, while also working towards gathering enough studs to buy the red brick multipliers. Check out the collectible guides in our Links page to help with the Minikits and Amber Bricks locations. Finally, make sure to play the chase sequence during the endgame credits, as this will also net you a good number of studs.
There are six Bonus Chase levels which, if you're in a rush to collect all those studs, you can play in order to buy another Red Brick Multiplier, which will help in the long run.
After that, it's time to replay all 20 levels in Free Play. Here, you'll be finding the remaining collectibles in order to unlock their corresponding trophies, as well as the chance to gather any miscellaneous trophies you still need.
After your second playthrough in Free Play, it's time to find all the Free Roam collectibles. In total, there are 20 races, 20 red bricks, 20 photograph points, 20 workers in peril, and 10 dinosaurs to heal, as well as all the gold bricks. Again, check out the collectible guides in our Links page to help with this.
Lastly, just mop-up any of the few remaining trophies you may still be missing.
IGN has a Walkthrough here:
And a Walkthrough by Ferry Groenendijk:
Here's a great Trophy Guide by Dougiefresh613:
A great Trophy Guide by trophybot:
simula67 has a useful Trophy Guide here:
A Minikits and Amber Bricks Collectible Guide, by Dougiefresh613:
And Dougiefresh613's Free Roam Collectibles Guide:
And the Photograph Collectible Guide by deathmule:
A video demonstration of the Not Machine Compatible trophy by HappyThumbsGaming:
Finally, here's a basic Trophy List: