Infinity Runner Trophy Guide. Difficulty: ** A first-person runner game with quick-time event action sequences. The game is not particularly long, but the Platinum will require some memorization, patience, and grinding.
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Infinity Runner is a first-person running game in a sci-fi setting. Players guide the player-character down hallways at a continuous running speed, dodging obstacles and performing quick-time events for combat.
A prisoner manages to escape his cell on board the Infinity, a massive spaceship on an intergalactic voyage. Yet it's not just the guards he must run from, but a werewolf lurking in the ship.
Infinity Runner received mixed to average reviews with an average score of 48%, praised for its high-speed running flow and fun challenge, but criticized for its action scenes, awkward controls, and occasionally unclear obstacles.
This is a low 2-star rating, as the Platinum requires some practice and patience. Finishing a run on Infinite mode with at least 30,000 points is a tricky feat, and one of the required challenges for a trophy. There are also collectibles to find, and clearing the story on Hard difficulty with no deaths. However, the game itself is not very long and requires more memorization than skills.
Expect around 10 hours of gameplay for the Platinum.
Start by going through the story on whichever level you feel comfortable with, getting used to the controls and mechanics of the game. Along the way, you'll be unlocking both the story-related trophies, and several other miscellaneous ones.
During this first playthrough, try to grab as many data packets as you can to ease the grind later, when going for the Terror Bite trophy.
Also, be sure to grab the collectibes as well, which resemble glowing diamonds, for the Data Hound With Espionage trophy. These are accumulative, with a total of 14 to collect. However, the game doesn't keep track of which collectibes you found in which sector, so it's a good idea to write down the ones you've found, to make things easier later.
Next, it's time to complete all the levels on each difficulty without dying, as one of the requirements for the Bigger, Faster, Stronger trophy. The difficulty modes do not stack, so you'll need to do them all, up to Hard mode. This is also a good chance to grab any missing collectibles to unlock the Data Hound With Espionage trophy. You should also unlock other trophies naturally during this step.
Finally, it's time to grind for those few remaining trophies. Your ultimate goal here is to complete the objectives for the Bigger, Stronger, Faster trophy. Be sure to check out the Infinity Runner trophy guide links under our Links tab to see details on which trophies you may still need.
Have a good run!
ggamer15 has a great Trophy Guide here:
And a great Trophy Guide by StrickenBiged:
A video demonstration of Scoring 30,000 in Infinity Mode by PlatinumTrophyReview:
Lastly, here's a basic Trophy List: