NASCAR The Game 2011 Trophy Guide. Difficulty: *** A racing simulator licensed by the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing. While the offline trophies are doable, the online are challenging without boosting.
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NASCAR The Game: 2011
NASCAR The Game: 2011, also known as NASCAR 2011: The Game, is a racing simulator licensed by the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing. The title is the first in the series to be developed by Eutechnyx, and published by Activision, after acquiring the rights from EA Sports.
The game includes a Career Mode that allows players to race in all 2010/2011 scheduled tracks and attempt to win the Sprint Cup Series championship. Players can tune and adjust the look of their car, view pit stop animations, and experience a variety of track-related accidents. An online multiplayer is also included.
NASCAR The Game: 2011 received widely mixed reviews, with an average score of 62%. While some online magazines praised its presentation and graphics, others have criticized its lasting appeal in the career mode, and glitchy multiplayer.
While some of the lap times can be tricky to beat, the majority of the offline trophies are quite doable, and the difficulty level can be adjusted without affecting the trophies. However, there are 6 online trophies, and a few of them can be both challenging and time consuming. We also took into account the fact that currently, while the servers are still up, the online is quite dead. If you have a boosting partner, all 6 online trophies can be done in one go, thereby bringing the difficulty level down to a 2-star.
Expect a good 25 hours to obtain the Platinum if you have a boosting partner, and longer if doing the online legitimately.
You can start with Career Mode, working towards collecting all the NASCAR pins, NXP levels, and of course the 200 wins. Basically, this means you should be trying to win everything. There are also a few miscellaneous trophies you can be unlocking at this time, such as Sprint To The Finish, Tailgating, and VIP, to name a few. check out the NASCAR The Game 2011 trophy guide links under our Links tab to see which career-related trophies you can be working on.
Once that's finished, you can start on the 6 online trophies. While a few may unlock quickly, some of them, such as performing a 4-tire pit stop and still winning for Pit Perfection, and leading in 5 consecutive laps for Up On The Wheel, can be pretty tricky doing this legitimately. If you're looking for a boosting partner, check out the forums under our Links tab. Also, it should be noted that the game does not keep track of your progress, so you may want to write down which tracks you've done, and how many wins you're getting.
Finally, head back to offline and mop-up the trophies you're still missing. Most likely, this will include Groovy which is one of the more time consuming offline trophies in the game. Also, grinding for XP you still may need, and some of other miscellaneous trophies that may be remaining. Check out the NASCAR The Game 2011 trophy guide links under our Links tab to see what trophies you're still missing and how to obtain them.
Josh Romero posted a video Walkthrough here:
roushmartin6 has a great Trophy Guide here:
And a great Trophy Guide by Ratchet2425:
And an Achievement Guide (same as the trophies on PS3) by 1001puppys:
A Boosting Forum on PlaystationTrophies:
And a Boosting Forum on PS3Trophies:
Lastly, here's a basic Trophy List: