Spider-Man Edge of Time Trophy Guide. Difficulty: ** A third-person action and indirect sequel to the 2010 Spider-Man: Shattered Dreams. The Platinum requires two playthroughs, one on Hard mode, though doable for any average player.
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Spider-Man: Edge of Time
Spider-Man: Edge of Time is a third-person action game, and an indirect sequel to the 2010 Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions. Like in previous Spider-Man titles, players can upgrade their characters with XP earned by completing mini-challenges. The game features both the present-day Spider-Man, as well as Spider-Man 2099 as playable characters.
After the death of Spider-Man, the story flashes back to Spider-Man 2099, who learns that Alchemax scientist Walter Sloan is travelling back in time to establish Alchemax. In an effort to stop him, both present-day and 2099 Spider-Men must work together by causing events that affect the timeline in their favor.
Spider-Man: Edge of Time received mixed reviews, with an average score of 61%, with some reviewers praising the story and voice acting, but criticizing the game's repetition and overall departure from the original gameplay formula.
The difficulty for this game is pretty average. You'll need 2 full playthroughs, one on Normal and one on Hard mode. There are a good number of collectibles throughout the game, though a Chapter Select is available, which means nothing is missable.
An average player could obtain this Platinum in around 25 hours or so.
You'll first want to play through the game on Normal difficulty. Here, you'll be naturally unlocking a vast majority of the trophies that are story-related, as well as a few others. There are a number of collectibles you can be searching for during your first playthrough, if you choose to. These include hidden Golden Spiders, Portal Energy for upgrades, Newspapers, and the Web of Challenges. Check out the locations guide under our Links tab to find these if you plan to search for them during your playthrough. However, keep note that there is a Chapter Select after completing the game.
Next, if you haven't already done so, you can use the Chapter Select to obtain any collectibles you may have missed during your first playthrough. You can also use this opportunity to complete the Web of Challenges. If you're having any trouble with these, check out the guides under our Links tab for some tips. Lastly, you can mop-up any other trophies you're still missing at this point as well, with the exception of the Master Of All You Survey trophy.
Last, load up the game on Hard difficulty, and play through to the end. This should net you the Master Of All You Survey trophy, and hopefully the last one to unlock the Platinum.
Josh Romero has a detailed Walkthrough here:
And a Walkthrough on IGN:
Blaze Naruto Shippuden has a great Trophy Guide, here:
And a great Trophy Guide here, by Digitialman123:
And a useful Trophy Guide by Josh Romero:
Here's a video by Bob Hall demonstarting the 200-hit combo:
And a Golden Spiders Collectible Guide by Blaze Naruto Shippuden:
And a Golden Spiders Collectible Guide by Steve Anderson:
And a Forum on PlaystationTrophies for Web of Challenges tips:
Finally, here's a basic Trophy List: