Vancouver 2010 Trophy Guide

Vancouver 2010 Trophy Guide. Difficulty: ****  A sports game based on the 2010 Winter Olympics held in Vancouver. The online trophies are extremely challenging to obtain without a boosting partner.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Vancouver 2010 **** 51 Eurocom U.K. 38 10 2 3 0

Vancouver 2010

Vancouver 2010 is a sports game based on the 2010 Winter Olympics held in Vancouver, and is officially licensed by the International Olympic Committee. The game includes a total of 14 events divided into Alpine Skiing, Freestyle Skiing, Ski Jumping, Sledding, Snowboarding, and Speed Skating, as well as 30 different challenges across the events. The game includes both online and local competitions with up to four players.

Vancouver 2010 received lukewarm reviews with an average score of 56%, praised for its challenges and online mode, but criticized for a lack of any career mode and limited number of events.

This game has 3 online trophies, one of which requires five online wins in a row. Doing this legitimately now, given that there aren't many players on Vancouver 2010 online anymore, is extremely difficult, thereby awarding this game's platinum a 4-star rating. However, if you have a boosting partner, the difficulty rating could be brought down to a 3-star. Many of the challenges can still be quite tricky, and will require a fair bit of skill and mastery to unlock all the offline trophies.

While the Platinum can be earned in roughly 15-20 hours of gameplay, this really depends on your skills.

NOTE: 4 controllers are required for the Best With Friends trophy.

Since there's no career mode, and the way the trophies are set up, no real roadmap is required. Simply select an event and try to get a gold medal before moving onto the next one. There are 14 events in total, each with their own respective trophy for getting a gold medal. Be sure to check out the Vancouver 2010 trophy guide links under our Links tab for tips if you get stuck. The only other advice we can give is to stay with one event until you get the trophy, as leaving and coming back will only rust up the skills you've been building.

There are also 32 trophies related to completing the challenges. Again, use the trophy guides and just stick with it, until you unlock them all.

The Best With Friends trophy requires you to play a 4-player local game. This means you will need four controllers connected to your PS3.

Finally, there are the three online trophies: Good Host for hosting an online game, Online Olympian for playing an event online, and Back To Back Glory for winning five events in a row. Like the other trophies, these can be unlocked at any time. If you're having trouble finding players, be sure to check the boosting forums under our Links tab.

GoldenEye 007 Reloaded Trophy Guide

GoldenEye 007 Reloaded Trophy Guide. Difficulty: ***  A first-person shooter and remaster of the popular 1997 GoldenEye title on the N64. While a few offline trophies can be tricky, the online ones are quite challenging without a boosting partner.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
GoldenEye 007: Reloaded *** 51 Eurocom U.K. 38 10 1 17 0

GoldenEye 007 Reloaded

GoldenEye 007: Reloaded is a first-person shooter, and a remaster of the 2010 Nintendo Wii title GoldenEye 007, which in turn is a remaster of the 1997 GoldenEye game for the N64, which in turn is inspired by the 1997 film GoldenEye. The new remaster features the voice and likeness of Daniel Craig as James Bond, rather than Pierce Brosnan who stared in the 1995 film.

Taking place following the events of Quantum of Solace, James Bond faces a Russian gangster and weapons dealer, selling arms to a terrorist cell who is targeting the British embassies across the globe.

The original Wii version received high praise, with an average score of 84%, praised for its multiplayer function and considered just as an addicting game as the original N64 version.

Without a boosting partner for the 17 online trophies, this is a very high 3-star rating and will require a lot of multiplayer grinding to not only reach level 35, but acquire the other trophies as well. If you have a good boosting party, then this rating could be brought down to a low 3-star, or possibly a 2-star difficulty.

The offline campaign will require one playthrough if you start on its highest difficulty, two if not. A chapter select allows you to mop-up afterwards.

Without a boosting partner, you could end up spending over 70 hours of gameplay. With a boosting buddy, perhaps 30-40 hours.

If you wish to save yourself an extra playthrough, you can start the game on 007 Classic difficulty, which is the hardest mode in the game. The most challenging aspect is not having life regeneration. It's no cakewalk, and if you don't feel up to the task, then simply play on 007 difficulty, first.

During your playthrough, you'll want to complete all the secondary objectives in each level, as well as find and destroy all of the 50 Janus' emblems. Check out one of the guides or walkthroughs under our Links tab for their locations. There are also a number of level-specific trophies to unlock, but since you can mop-up afterwards with a chapter select, it's okay if you miss some of these on your first run.

Next, if you haven't yet done so, start your playthrough on 007 Classic difficulty. Otherwise, you can use the chapter select to unlock anything you've missed thus far. After that, there are 11 different missions which you'll need to gain a 4-star on each in order to unlock the last few offline trophies.

Last, comes the 17 online trophies. Many of these are easier to unlock once you've reached level 35, so make that your first priority. Finding players online can be a bit grueling at times given the unpopularity of multiplayer, and if you're interesting in boosting, check out the forums we've posted under our Links tab.

Here's a great Walkthrough, by Josh Romero:

This is a great Trophy Guide, by lukey52:

And another Trophy Guide, this one by gamelord-2007:

Josh Romero has a simple Trophy Guide here, but with some videos:

This is the first of two videos by Capsuledragon, showing the Janus Emblems Locations:

And a Janus Emblems Location Guide here, by Ferry Groenendijk:

Here's a Body Armor Locations Guide, by mjm9536:

For those online trophies, here's a Boosting Forum, on PlaystationTrophies:

And a Boosting Forum on PS3Trophies:

Lastly, here's a basic Trophy List:

G-Force Trophy Guide

G-Force Trophy Guide. Difficulty: **  A third-person platforming shooter based on the 2009 Disney film of the same name. The Platinum requires at least two playthroughs, though is more time consuming than difficult.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
G-Force ** 44 Eurocom U.K. 28 12 3 0 0


Based on the 2009 Disney film with the same name, G-Force is a third-person platform shooter. Alternating between characters Darwin and Mooch, and armed with an assortment of weapons, you must battle against an army of robotic appliances, making your way to stop the sinister Leonard Saber.

The game includes an anaglyph-based stereoscopic 3D setting - and 2 sets of cardboard glasses - to give you a 3-dimensional gameplay even without a 3D TV. Fun to try out, but may strain your eyes after an hour or so, or get tired of the blue/red strobe effect.

the game received mixed reviews, with an average 65% score. Hailed for its 3D mode, fun puzzles and interesting weapons, but criticized for bland graphics and repetitiveness.

If you follow the guides and walkthroughs provided in the Links page, you shouldn't have too much difficulty completing the game with only 2, possibly 3 playthroughs - one on its highest difficulty setting, the other on Easy in order to beat the game under 8 hours. This game is more time consuming than difficult, though not overtly, hence the 2-star rating.

Surprisingly more challenging than most Disney games, but still easily doable. Requires 20-25 hours, depending on the number of playthroughs.

Since you MUST play the game twice to gain the Distinguished Service Medal trophy, we recommend first setting it on Challenging difficulty - which, when completed, will unlock the Special Agent difficulty. Collect all other necessary trophies along the way - follow the guides and walkthroughs under our Links tab for assistance.

Now, you have a choice. If you're in a rush, you can try to beat the game under 8 hours on the Special Agent difficulty. If this seems a bit rough, then take your time with Special Agent, and play for a third time on Easy at high speed. Either way, G-Force Special Agent and G-Force Rapid Response Agent should be your final two trophies, before the Platinum.

Since there are no known Walkthroughs for this game, we've posted a link to NextGenTactics' Youtube video, starting with the first chapter of the game. He does a great job of showing you where to go and locating most of the collectables:

Here's a useful Trophy Guide, by Bounce:

And another, equally useful Trophy Guide, by Lil_Mermaid_Girl:

This is a simple Achievement Guide (same as the trophies on the PS3) by erod550:

Some useful tips on acquiring the Master Agent trophy, by pot1414:

Lastly, here's a basic Trophy List:

Rio Trophy Guide

Rio Trophy Guide. Difficulty: *  A set of mini party games based on the 2011 animated film of the same name. While a few trophies can be tricky or grinding, the Platinum is overall quite easy and quick to obtain.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Rio * 51 Eurocom U.K. 38 10 2 0 0


Rio is based on the 2011 animated film of the same name, about a domesticated bird named Blu who finds himself in Rio de Janeiro filled with adventure. The game is in the party genre, similar to the Mario Party series, where players can play as either Blue or other characters such as Jewel or his friends, competing in various mini-games such as dodging soccer balls or collecting tropical fruits.

Rio received lukewarm reviews, with an average score of 67%, praised for being a simple but relatively fun party game aimed at children with easy controls.

As you can expect from a game targeting younger players, the platinum for Rio is not particularly difficult. While coming in first place in all Party mode mini-games on Hard can be a bit frustrating at times, and getting 200 first-places in the mini-games is a bit of a grind, the Platinum is overall fairly easy and can be obtained in around 12-14 hours or so.

NOTE: You will need 4 controllers to unlock the Multiplayer Master trophy.

To make things quick and easy, you can start by plugging in three controllers, then select Story Mode on Easy difficulty. Now, with three humans and one CPU, just make sure you come in first in each of the mini-games. This will unlock the Story Superstar trophy, as well as Happily Ever After and A Good Start.

After that, you can start playing through the Party Mode and unlock all its associated trophies. This includes Vs, Team, Vs Quiz, and Team Quiz. Check out the Rio trophy guide links under our Links tab for more details on what you need for each individual trophy.

For the Carnaval Dance games, you'll need to come in first on both the Standard and Crazy versions, to unlock Follow The Leader and Crazy Champion respectively. This is easily done with four controllers.

For Carnaval Wheel, you'll need to come in first place to unlock the Wheel Winner trophy, and score over 700 points in total for the Star Spinner trophy. Again, having four controllers makes this easy.

For Garland Gala, there are three levels of difficulty, which you'll need to complete in order to unlock the Garland Gala Novice, Garland Gala Pro, and Garland Gala Guru trophies.

Finally, it's time for your Hard mode run on the Party Mode. An easy way to do this, is to select all 40 mini-games in Vs, and use four controllers. Then, just before the game ends, disconnect one of the controllers in order to change the human player to a CPU, which will allow you to get the gold. Do this for all 40 mini-games, and you'll have the Party Perfection trophy.

After that, if there are any trophies you happen to be missing, simply mop-up and enjoy your new Platinum.

Ice Age Dawn of the Dinosaurs Trophy Guide

Ice Age Dawn of the Dinosaurs Trophy Guide. Difficulty: *  A platforming adventure based on the 2009 animated film of the same name. An easy Platinum requiring only one playthrough and some mopping-up.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs * 42 Eurocom U.K. 20 19 2 0 0

Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs

Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs is a platform game based on the 2009 animated film of the same name. Players take control of Manny, Sid, Diego, Scrat, Scrattle, and Buck as they follow in a range of adventures and challenges, from rolling eggs to safety, chasing acorns, exploring caves, and taking on dinosaurs, recreating many scenes from the film. The game features many of the same voice talents from the film, including Ray Romano, John Leguizamo, and Queen Latifah.

Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs received lukewarm reviews, with an average score of 65%, considered fun for children and fans of the movie, but criticized for its repetitive nature in gameplay.

As most "kiddie games" go, this one's an easier one. A straight playthrough while finding collectables, then mopping-up by completing challenges. These challenges range from a piece of cake, to a bit tricky.

Overall, you should have yourself a new Platinum in around 5 hours.

If you want that Platinum as quickly as possible, follow one of the crystal location guides under our Links tab, and continue building your crystal set as you work your way from beginning to end of the game. For the Dedicated Collector trophy, you will need 16 crystals for each of the 5 sets. You will find 3 crystals in each level, which won't be enough when you complete the game. However, you can spend fruit on crystals in the store.

There are also a number of challenges to complete, which you can either do once they're unlocked during your playthrough, or after having completed the story. The choice is yours. Many of these are quite easy, and you shouldn't have any problems clearing them on your first try. Though you may encounter the odd challenge that can get pretty tricky. Just keep practicing, and you'll get it.

This is a fantastic Trophy Guide by SwatTJ, which includes videos for the challenges:

And another Trophy Guide here, by Kevinnummer1:

Here's a Crystal Locations Guide, by ponypo2001:

And a text-based Enemies Guide, by Marcel Martin:

Lastly, here's a basic Trophy List: