Dragon Ball Raging Blast 2 Trophy Guide

Dragon Ball Raging Blast 2 Trophy Guide

Dragon Ball Raging Blast 2 Trophy Guide. Difficulty: ***  A 3D fighting game based on the manga and anime series Dragon Ball. The Platinum isn’t as difficult as the prequel, but still quite time consuming with online trophies that can be done legitimately if skills are up to par.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Dragon Ball 2: Raging Blast *** 50 Spike Japan 36 11 2 5 0

Dragon Ball: Raging Blast 2

Dragon Ball: Raging Blast 2 is a 3D fighting game, based on the Dragon Ball anime and manga franchise, and a sequel to the 2009 Dragon Ball: Raging Blast. Replacing the story mode, Raging Blast 2 features a Galaxy Mode in which characters are represented by planets, each including their own mission paths. Like its prequel, the game also includes an online multiplayer mode.

Despite high sales in Japan, Dragon Ball: Raging Blast 2 received mixed reviews with an average score of 60%. Praised for its graphics on the characters and in some ways an overall improvement from the prequel, the game was also criticized for not having a story mode, and complex game mechanics.

The trophies are far less frustrating than those on the prequel. However, the Platinum is still quite time consuming, as you need to collect all costumes and items, as well as the 100 titles in multiplayer. This time, there are 5 online trophies, which are possible to acquire on your own if you have the skills. Having a boosting partner, however, will make these trophies quicker and easier to collect.

If you possess some serious skills, it's possible to obtain the Platinum in around 40 hours. Otherwise, expect far more time.

Regardless if this is your first time playing a Raging Blast title or not, there are two trophies which you can unlock while running through the tutorial, so you may as well start there to collect Fundamentals Are Vital, and Fruits Of Training.

Next, head into Galaxy Mode and start working on unlocking a large chunk of trophies by playing through with each character. To avoid future hassle, we recommend writing down which missions you received a golden Cleared, so that you know which ones will need repeating.

After that, there's a Battle Zone, which includes six trophies to unlock. Keep in mind that for the Stamp Rally trophy, equipping items that help you can also harm you statistically.

Hopefully by now, you skills have been improving. So when you head into World Tournament, set the difficulty to Hard to unlock the W. Tournament True Champ, in addition to the other three trophies.

Last, the remaining offline trophies can either be earned in Battle Mode, or through mopping up depending on what you're still missing at this point. Check out the Dragon Ball Raging Blast 2 trophy guide links under our Links tab for details on anything you still need to unlock.

With the offline trophies completed and your skills at an all-time high, you can move onto multiplayer to unlock the last few trophies. As we mentioned earlier, these are far less frustrating than those on the prequel, but will still require a fair amount of time - especially if you care completing these legitimately. Otherwise, make some friends online and get boosting, or check out the boosting forums under our Links tab.

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