Jurassic The Hunted Trophy Guide. Difficulty: * A first-person shooter that pits you against prehistoric reptilian beasts. A short and easy game that only requires two playthroughs for the Platinum.
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Jurassic: The Hunted
Jurassic: The Hunted is a first-person shooter in which the player battles against prehistoric reptilian beasts, using a variety of weapons, and an "adrenaline burst" which allows the player to spot the weak point of their opponent.
Craig Dylan is an ex-Navy SEAL travelling to the Bermuda Triangle, along with scientist Sabrina Sayrus and colleague Armando "Rock" Depiedra, in search of Sabrina's father. They are caught in a temporal vortex, sending them to a strange island filled with dinosaurs. Having separated, Craig must find his companions and a way home.
Jurassic: The Hunted received lukewarm reviews, with an average score of 67%, criticized for its lack of story and bland graphics, but praised for its overall mindless fun.
A short game with 2 playthroughs needed, a chapter-select to help mop-up any trophies you missed, no collectibles to find, and no online trophies to worry about. This game is comparably less frustrating and less time consuming than most Disney titles, as well as a less embarrassing game to have on your trophy list. An ideal title for trophy hunters.
Expect only around 6-8 hours of gameplay for the Platinum.
You'll first need to play the game on Normal difficulty, which is set as the default. Other than weapons which are in clear view, there are no collectibles to worry about. However, you should be mindful of the kill-related trophies. They're accumulative, but it makes your mop-up job easier if you can gather as many as possible during your playthroughs.
Once Normal is finished, you will have unlocked Hard mode. Rather than starting a new game, select the first chapter in the chapter-select and make sure it's on Hard, then play through to the end. This way, you'll be able to keep all your stats, as well as grab the plasma rifle from the beginning.
After that, simply use the chapter-select to mop-up anything you're missing. This may include any remaining kill-related trophies, as well as the Nuck Chorris Rex trophy which requires you to complete the game without dying - which you can do via chapter-select.
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