Oceanhorn Monster of Uncharted Seas Trophy Guide. Difficulty: * An action adventure in the spirit of The Legend of Zelda series, originally ported from the iOS. The game is not very difficult, and the Platinum is reasonably quick, especially if following a guide.
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Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas
Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas is an action adventure first released for the iOS and Android, and later ported onto the PlayStation 4 with trophy support. In the tradition of the Legend of Zelda games, players battle monsters with various weapons, explore dungeons, and travel to different islands.
The young, unnamed player-character awakes to find his father missing. With only his father's notebook and mysterious necklace as the only lead, the unnamed character sets off to explore the islands of Uncharted Seas to find his father.
While the original iOS version Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas received positive reviews, the PS4 version received mixed scores with an average of 66%, praised for its soundtrack, visuals, and overall fun, though criticized for its combat and progression system.
This is a reasonably easy game, with a fairly quick Platinum if following a guide. There are collectibles and some miscellaneous trophies to unlock as you progress through the main story. After completing the game, it is possible to reload your save and continue playing, which means no missable trophies to worry about. Nothing difficult or time consuming enough to warrant a rank higher than a 1-star difficulty.
Expect anywhere between 10-20 hours, depending on whether or not you follow a guide.
NOTE: The trophies on the PS4 have a separate list from those on the PS Vita.
There are no missable trophies to worry about. If you happen to defeat the final boss and complete the game before unlocking all the trophies, you can reload your save and continue playing.
Start things off by making your way through the story, where you'll be unlocking a number of story-related trophies, and most likely a few others naturally. Along the way, you'll want to be collecting all 55 Bloodstones for the Crimson Collector trophy. Check out the collectible guides under our Links tab for assistance with this, if you need it.
You'll also eventually want to visit all 17 islands in order to get the Cosmopolitan trophy. In order to visit the island, you'll first need to learn about it from an NPC. Either be sure to talk with everyone you encounter, or check out the Oceanhorn Monster of Uncharted Seas trophy guide links under our Links tab for a list of which NPC characters reveal which islands.
Finally, you'll want to complete everything required on each island, to which this is tied to several trophies. You can view your completion progress for each island through the navigation screen on your boat.
If you're working towards unlocking everything during your progress through the story, you should have the Platinum trophy by the time you reach the end of the game. If you missed anything, then reload your save and mop-up whatever is still required. Again, be sure to check out the Oceanhorn Monster of Uncharted Seas trophy guide links to see what you still need and their requirements.
If you want to get the Platinum as quickly as possible, then also check out some of the walkthrough guides under our Links tab, as well.
If you want that Platinum quickly, here's a 100% Video Walkthrough by All The Shinies:
And a Walkthrough by Jillian Werner:
Cassylvania has a great Trophy Guide here:
And a great Trophy Guide by NCSFan001:
And an Achievement Guide (same as the trophies on PS4) by Floyd & N Shephard N7:
And a simple Achievement Guide by Robin:
Here's a Bloodstones Collectibles Video by BestOfCollectible:
And a Heart Pieces Collectibles Guide on the Oceanhorn Wiki:
And a Fishing Guide Locations Video by Burkman1989:
Finally, here's a basic Trophy List: