Wanted Weapons of Fate Trophy Guide. Difficulty: ** A third-person action shooter, and a sequel to the 2008 film Wanted. Requires two playthroughs for the Platinum, though the majority of the trophies are quite doable.
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Wanted: Weapons of Fate
Another movie-adapted game, Weapons of Fate is based on the Wanted film, and developed by Grin - the same company which brought us Terminator: Salvation, before their bankruptcy.
Continuing after the events of the movie, Wesley Gibson is on a quest to uncover the secrets of his family in this third-person action shooter. The game flips from Wesley on his journey to learn about his mother, and flashbacks in which you play as his father.
The game received an average rating of 70%, praised for its action and ability to "curve bullets," but criticized for its easiness.
Many of the trophies are story related, or easy challenges which you can accomplish during your first playthrough. It will be necessary, however, to play the game at least twice - in order to unlock the Killer Difficulty mode.
All in all, this is an easy 2-star Platinum, and should take between 25-35 hours of gameplay, depending on your skills.
If you're in a rush for that Platinum, set the mode to Assassin Difficulty, collecting not only the story related trophies, but the combat ones as well. Also, use the walkthroughs under our Links tab for locations of collectibles.
With the Assassin Difficulty cleared, you will have unlocked the Killer Difficulty mode. Play to the end, then use the chapter select to mop up any trophies you missed. This will include several story related ones which you'll need to play as a different character, such as killing the Russian with the immortal in close combat for Punishing Subordinates, and killing Arana with Wesley without the mask for the Heart Breaker trophy.
First, here's a Walkthrough on IGN:
And another Walkthrough, this one with videos, on Mahalo:
For a detailed Roadmap, check this one out by Rockets88:
Here's a useful Trophy Guide, created by Anthony Severino:
And another Trophy Guide, this one by chucknorris078:
jappe66 and CGN Sumidor have put together a great Achievement Guide (same as the trophies on PS3) which includes videos:
Lastly, here's a basic Trophy List: