Monster Jam Path of Destruction Trophy Guide. Difficulty: * A racing game based on the United States Hot Rod Association monster truck titles. Not a particularly challenging game with a Platinum that can be earned after a little grinding.
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Monster Jam: Path of Destruction
Monster Jam: Path of Destruction is a racing game based on the United States Hot Rod Association (USHRA) monster truck titles, the fourth in the series, and first on the PlayStation 3.
With 28 licensed trucks to choose from, players can customize using a number of parts, then race and destroy in 8 different, real-life stadiums while rising in the ranks to become the ultimate monster truck driver.
Due to the unpopularity of this game, few reviews have been written. Those that have, gave an average score of 68%. While monster truck fans may find enjoyment out of the game, critics have stated the low scores were due to muddled graphics and overall simplicity.
Another easy Platinum in the tradition of Cars: Race-O-Rama, though perhaps not as embarrassing to have in your collection. All trophies are offline, and half of which you can collect in just a few hours. Collect gold medals in each race, perform a few easy stunts, build your XP, and between 10 to 15 hours, you should have a brand new Platinum trophy. This game requires more patience than skill.
This game contains 2 missable trophies: Sweep, which requires you to obtain three gold medals in a row, and Biggest Fan, in which you must attend 20 events in a row using the same truck. Focus on these two first, and the rest should be smooth sailing.
You will need to play Hard Difficulty in order to get the Pro Driver trophy, which needs 20 gold medals. Once this trophy is out of the way, you can obtain all the others on Easy. But don't worry, Hard Difficulty isn't that much more difficult.
After that, the rest of the trophies can easily be moped up as you continue to earn XP. See the Monster Jam Path of Destruction trophy guide links under our Links tab if you have any trouble with specific trophies.
The best Trophy Guide we recommend was created by antoniobandana:
Blessorship has put together a great Trophy Guide, along with a useful roadmap, here:
This is an Achievement Guide (same as the trophies on PS3) created by Drake O'Phile:
This is a useful video by YongKH, demonstrating how to farm the 200 Big Saves for the Can't Be Stopped! trophy:
Lastly, here's a basic Trophy List: