Tekken 6 Trophy Guide. Difficulty: *** A fighting game and part of the Tekken series. The Platinum is certainly easier than the Street Fighter games, but clearing the Nightmare Train level is quite a challenge.
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Tekken 6 is a fighting game much in the style of the Street Fighter and Virtua Fighter games, but with a scenario campaign in the tradition of the old Double Dragon series.
Jin Kazama is now in charge of the Mishima Zaibutsu, and is bent on creating a global superpower. Kazuya Mishima is in charge of G Corporation, leading his army to stop Jin from his diabolical plot.
Meanwhile, a young soldier named Lars Alexandersson is leading a rebellion to stop the civil war between Mishima Zaibutsu and G Corporation. During the mission, he meets an android in the form of a young woman named Alisa Bosconovitch. When G Corporation's forces attack, an explosion causes Lars to suffer from amnesia. Lars and Alisa journey together in search of a way to end the civil war.
This Platinum is far easier than the Street Fighter series. The only online trophies require you to win 1 ranked match, and 1 player match, which is far easier than winning five in a row! Many of the trophies are offline, requiring you to make your way through the various levels of the campaign, upgrading your character, and defeating a set number of enemies, as well as play numerous fighting tournaments.
The game requires skill, patience and thumb-callous. Certainly doable, but will take some time - and watch out for the Nightmare Train!
The vast majority of the trophies will be collected during the Campaign mode. For the most part, you won't need to go out of your way, either. Just make sure you collect all the treasures you come across, use Gattling guns and other weapons whenever given the chance, and destroy all aliens and wooden crates. By the end of the campaign, you should have unlocked all of the necessary trophies.
For the No Key For Me trophy, you must select "no" when it asks you to pick up Nancy during the Millennium Tower stage.
Once you've gotten all/most of the campaign trophies, you can get to work on Gallery Completionist. This is the most time-consuming trophy in the game. See our Tekken 6 trophy guide links under our Links tab for help with this.
The most difficult trophy, however, is What A Nightmare - and a fitting name for this trophy! Make sure your setting is NOT on Hard, and avoid using the gattling gun - save it for when Devil Jin appears, as you can easily shoot and knock him off the train. Fight nearby the gun ready, and do your best to stay alive as the swarm after swarm of devils attack you. We also recommend doing a search on YouTube with the character that you're most comfortable with, to give you some idea as how to complete this frustrating level.
One of the most helpful Trophy Guides is posted by xxdeadpeacexx, which includes several videos. The guide is directed at Achievements, which are the same as the trophies on the PS3 - just keep in mind that the buttons are different:
Also, we have a detailed, text-based Trophy Guide created by Kenneth Walton:
Another Trophy Guide, this one on PS3 Trophies:
And a simpler Trophy Guide, by Crotin:
Here's a Walkthrough, by Albert Chambers:
And here's a Strategy Wiki:
Finally, here's a basic Trophy List: