James Bond 007 Blood Stone Trophy Guide

James Bond 007 Blood Stone Trophy Guide. Difficulty: ****  A third-person action and the 24th game in the James Bond series. Some offline trophies can be tricky, while the online are incredibly time consuming without boosting.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
James Bond 007: Blood Stone **** 51 Bizarre Creations U.K. 38 11 1 10 0

James Bond 007: Blood Stone

James Bond 007: Blood Stone is a third-person action title, and the 24th game in the James Bond series. While the character's likeness is based on actor Daniel Craig's version of James Bond, the game is an original story rather than a film adaptation.

Taking place after the events of Quantum of Solace, Bond is sent to investigate and stop Greco, an international terrorist who plans to attack the G-20 Summit in Athens. The mission soon turns to a second, which takes Bond to several locations including Istanbul, Siberia, and Bangkok as he investigates the case of a missing professor once believed to be dead.

James Bond 007: Blood Stone received lukewarm reviews, with an average score of 65%, criticized for being an all-round average and mediocre game with no distinct positive or negative qualities.

Considered perhaps the most difficult Platinum of all the James Bond related games, the 4-star rating is mainly due to the ridiculous amount of time and effort required in the online portion of the game. With a boosting partner, this difficulty rating could be brought down to a low 3-star, though will still take a lot of time to complete.

Aside from the 10 online trophies, the game requires two playthroughs, plus some mopping-up via chapter select. Some of the offline trophies can be rather tricky as well, such as completing the game on 007 Difficulty mode, and the Speed Run trophy which involves a car chase.

Without a boosting partner, expect well over a hundred hours on this one. With a boosting partner, perhaps around 50-60 hours.

You'll first need to play and complete the game on any difficulty mode, in order to unlock 007 Difficulty. This is your chance to find all the Intelligence collectibles, as well as focus on some of the kill-related and other miscellaneous trophies. If you miss anything, don't fret.

Now that you've unlocked 007 Difficulty, you can go ahead and start your second playthrough. Again, you can earn any other miscellaneous trophies you missed on your first round if you wish, or wait for the next stage in your hunt for the Platinum. But be warned, 007 Difficulty is no cake-walk.

After that, you can take advantage of the Chapter Select and mop-up any of the offline trophies you still need. Check out the James Bond 007 Blood Stone trophy guide links under our Links tab for specific details on what you need.

Last, are the 10 online trophies. And this is where the real grind comes in. The Special Commendation trophy will take you the longest, earning medals which require you to kill 200 enemies with a grenade launcher, or play a total of 500 matches. A boosting partner will certainly cut down your time, but will still require an ample amount of effort.

Rob created a great Walkthrough, here:

And a Walkthrough on IGN:

And a text-based Walkthrough, by Adenosine:

Guttsu-87 has a great Trophy Guide, here:

And a great Trophy Guide created by trophybot:

Adam Wolfe has a useful Trophy Guide, here:

Here's a few useful Trophy Guide Tips, by Garrett Hartman:

Here's a list of Online Medal Requirements, by Guttsu-87:

And an Intel Collectibles Guide, by Rob:

Here's a Boosting Forum on PlaystationTrophies:

And a Boosting Forum on PS3Trophies:

Finally, here's a basic Trophy List:

Blur Trophy Guide

Blur Trophy Guide. Difficulty: ***  A racing game involving real world cars in a range of various locals, with both online play and 4-player split-screen. A fair amount of skill is required for the Platinum, particularly for unlocking the online trophies.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Blur *** 49 Bizarre Creations U.K. 36 10 2 9 0


Blur is a racing game with a style in cross between Ridge Racer and Mario Kart. Players can select from real world cars, such as the Dodge Viper and Ford Transit, and race in various locals, collecting "fan points" as well as power-ups. The game includes online play, as well as 4-player split-screen.

Overall reviews were fairly positive, with an average score of 83%. Mostly praised for its online experience, the game was occasionally criticized for its repetitive offline mode.

This is actually a high 3-star rating, due to the online trophies - the ease of which will be determined by your skills versus other players. Also, you'll need three extra controllers for an offline trophy. In addition, there are two trophies which require a "friend" to have this game.

A fair bit of skill is required for this Platinum, as well as time. Expect to put in over 50 hours of gaming for this puppy.

As far as trophies go, things are rather straight forward. Just keep playing and "blinging" out those trophies. If you're in need of a roadmap, we suggest starting with the offline trophies in order to get a feel for the game, before embarking on the online challenges.

To make things less frustrating, we recommend beginning on Easy singleplayer, and start collecting all such trophies available. If any races are difficult to come in first, you can always return when you have a better car. Afterwards, you will have to play again on Hard. Please check the Blur trophy guide links under our Links tab for further details.

You will require someone in your friend's list to have this game, in order to get the Friendly Competition and Friendly Make Better Enemies trophies. So, either convince your buddies to buy/rent the game, or start making friends online. Or, you can check out the Boosting Forum under our Links tab.

This is a great text-based Strategy Guide, created by 91sportsfan:

And here is a series of Walkthroughs, created by several gamers. They're for the Xbox version, but are just as helpful for the PS3 game as well:

GODCHILD and SideDish120 put together a helpful Trophy Guide, which includes a few videos:

Here's a Boosting Forum for finding a boosting buddy, on PlaystationTrophies:

And a Boosting Forum on PS3Trophies:

Here are a couple Cheats which, as far as we know, do not interfere with claiming trophies:

Finally, here's a basic Trophy List: