Invizimals The Lost Kingdom Trophy Guide. Difficulty: * Journey to the world of Invizimals in this third-person adventure platformer. An easy game with plenty of collectibles to find.
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Invizimals: The Lost Kingdom
Invizimals: The Lost Kingdom is a third-person action platformer, and part of the Invizimals series which began on the PlayStation Portable in 2009, and has since spawned an animated series and merchandise. Players collect and transform into Invizimals which have their own unique powers and abilities, while battling enemies and solving puzzles.
A young explorer named Hiro discovers a magical portal that sends him into the world of the Invizimals where he journeys across six different locations by land, sea and air.
Invizimals: The Lost Kingdom received mixed to negative reviews with an average score of 52%, praised by some for its overall fun and attractiveness to younger players, though criticized by others for its dull gameplay and camera issues.
Invizimals: The Lost Kingdom is not a particularly difficult game, by any means. Though you will spend the entire course of your playthrough locating the many collectibles you'll need for certain trophies. A chapter select is available for anything you may have missed.
Expect roughly 12 hours for the Platinum, and more if you need to do mopping-up for missed collectibles after your initial playthrough.
If you're hoping to collect the Platinum in one playthrough, then make sure to follow one of the collectible guides under our Links tab as you play. There is a lot to collect, and its easy to miss one or two, so be careful. This includes collecting 2000 Sparks for the Sparkus Maximus trophy, 13,000 Z-Sparks for the Z-Sparks Master trophy, all Pup idols for the Obtainer Of Rare Antiquities trophy, and all Dark Seeds for the Touched By Darkness trophy. Yes, there are a lot.
In addition to that, you'll also want to complete one of the seven quick-time events perfectly for the Perfect trophy, unlock all the Vault Doors for the Master Of Unlocking trophy, and purchase all the upgrades for the Maximum Evolution trophy.
If you managed to do all that in your first playthrough, then you might only be missing A Feeling Of Deja Vu trophy for simply revisiting a previous chapter. If you did miss anything, than now's the time to use the chapter select and mop-up whatever you still need. Be sure to check out the Invizimals The Lost Kingdom trophy guide links under our Links tab to see what you may still be missing and their requirements.
Here's a video Walkthrough by gadgetgirlkylie:
And Super Gaming Family have a video Walkthrough here:
Xander45 has a great Trophy Guide here:
Lastly, here's a basic Trophy List: