Mortal Kombat X Trophy Guide

Mortal Kombat X Trophy Guide. Difficulty: ***  A fighting game and sequel to the 2011 Mortal Kombat. While the offline trophies are more time-consuming than difficult, the online trophies are quite challenging without boosting.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Mortal Kombat X *** 61 NetherRealm Studios U.S. 54 5 1 21 13

Mortal Kombat X

Mortal Kombat X is a fighting game and the tenth installment in the Mortal Kombat series which began in the arcades in 1992, and is a sequel to the 2011 Mortal Kombat. The game includs several modes, such as Story mode, Tower mode with changing challenges, online modes, and Krypt mode which plays in a first-person perspective. The game features 24 characters, including a number of new members added to the roster.

Twenty-five years after the defeat of Shinnok, a civil war has broken out in Outworld between emperor Kotal Kahn, and the former empress Mileena who has in her possession Shinnok's amulet. Johnny puts together a team of fighters to head into the Outworld to resolve the civil war.

Mortal Kombat X received positive reviews with an average score of 84%, praised for its gameplay, presentation, engaging story, and for being an overall entertaining fighting game, though criticized by some for online technical issues.

With 60 trophies to unlock before getting the Platinum, you can imagine there is a lot to do. The majority of the offline trophies are of average difficulty, requiring a fair bit of time and some skill. The online trophies, however, is what brings this score of a high 3-star rating, for challenges like winning 10 ranked matches in a row. Many of these difficult online trophies can be boosted, which could bring this score down to a low 3-star or even high 2-star, depending on your skills. However, if you choose to boost, keep in mind that the online servers are region-locked, which means you'll need to find a boosting partner in your region.

Expect roughly 40-60 hours of gameplay, depending on your skills and whether or not you boost the online trophies.

Like many fighting games, a roadmap isn't really required for Mortal Kombat X. However, if you're in the need for some direction, you can start with the Story mode, which can be played and completed on any difficulty level. Doing so should unlock at least five trophies, including the There Is A Ruler trophy for completing the Story mode. You may unlock a few miscellaneous trophies along the way, as well.

Next, you can mop-up some of those miscellaneous trophies in offline mode which shouldn't take much time to do. These include Hit The Dojo for entering Practice mode, Jump Ship for becoming a member of every faction, or Back It Up for equipping a background image. There are also a number of trophies you can easily unlock through the use of a second controller. Check out the Mortal Kombat X trophy guide links under our Links tab for more details.

Eventually you'll want to start obtaining the more grinding trophies, such as reaching level 50 in any faction for the Faction Champion trophy, playing every character variation for the Well Rounded trophy, or performing 100 fatalities in matches for the Straight Power trophy. Again, check out the Mortal Kombat X trophy guide links for more details. Most of these trophies are not difficult, only time consuming.

At any point, you can start on the online trophies, to which there are 21 in total. Some of these are quick and easy, some of these are grinding, and a few are rather difficult without boosting. If you're looking for a boosting partner, check out the boosting forums under our Links tab. Keep in mind that the online servers are region-locked, which means if you're playing in the North American region, you'll need a boosting partner who is also in North America.

Lastly, it should be noted that the Invasion mode is only available for 24 hours every few days, so you may wish to work on Invasion mode related trophies whenever you have the chance. This includes playing a Boss fight for the Stay Back trophy, completing an Invasion Tower for the Invasion trophy, winning an Invasion 1v1 battle for the Can't Stop This trophy, and dealing a total of 1,000 hits during an Invasion boss fight for the Die Will You trophy. The 1,000 hits are accumulative, so just keep working on it and you'll eventually get it.

Here's a great Trophy Guide by Leptonic, PowerPyx, and Gage, which includes the DLC:

And xZoneHunter and Sergen-The-Boss have a great Trophy Guide here:

Here's a detailed Trophy Guide by AlecDawesome:

And a Trophy Guide with plenty of videos, by PowerPyx:

And an Achievement Guide (same as the trophies on PS4) by Metabolic XBA:

This is a useful Character Checklist which you can download in pdf, by leptonic and PowerPyx:

A video demonstration of the Time Out trophy, by Paincorept:

And a video demonstration of the Keep It Secret trophy, by PowerPyx:

And PowerPyx's video demonstration of the Terrifying Encounter trophy:

Here's a Boosting Forum on PlaystationTrophies:

And a Boosting Forum on PS3Trophies:

Finally, here's a basic Trophy List:

Injustice 2 Trophy Guide

Injustice 2 Trophy Guide. Difficulty: ***  A fighting game based on the characters from the DC Universe, and a sequel to the 2013 Injustice: Gods Among Us. While the majority of the trophies are easy, a few are either challenging or require a lot of grinding.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Injustice 2 *** 63 NetherRealm Studios U.S. 60 1 1 9 12

Injustice 2

Injustice 2 is a fighting game, and a sequel to Injustice: Gods Among Us released initially in 2013 on seventh generation consoles. The core gameplay is similar to its predecessor, including one-on-one combat with characters from the DC Universe, environment interaction, stage transitions, and character traits which provide temporary abilities according to the character's playstyle. Injustice 2 also adds a loot-dropping system with costume pieces and equipment.

Four years following the events of Injustice: Gods Among Us, Batman is attempting to restore society after the fall of Superman's regime. Meanwhile, the supervillain group The Society, as well as the forces of Brainiac, results in Batman freeing the imprisoned Superman to battle these new threats.

Injustice 2 received positive reviews with an average score of 90%, praised for its story, visuals, game mechanics, and overall presentation, though criticized for its introduction of micro transactions.

The Platinum for Injustice 2 is more time-consuming than difficult. Grinding for XP will take quite a while, and the Cat Fight trophy is requires luck and a lot of farming. There are also several online trophies which, if done legitimately, will require some good skills - particularly winning 10 ranked matches for the Winning Is Fun trophy.

Overall, expect roughly 100 hours of gameplay, depending on your skills, whether or not you boost the online trophies, and luck.

NOTE: Having a second controller will make a number of the trophies easier to obtain.

Injustice 2 doesn't require much of a roadmap, as there are a number of paths you can take on your way to the Platinum. However, if you're in the need of some direction, we recommend starting with the Story Mode. Here, you can set the difficulty to Very Easy and play through the 12 Chapters with will earn you the Half Way There, Who's Next?, and I'll Do It Again trophies.

Next, you can knock out a huge chunk of the trophies by playing in Versus Matches. At least 38 of the trophies can be unlocked, as you select different heroes and battle against particular rivals. If you have a second controller, this step will be even easier than playing against the AI. Be sure to check out the Injustice 2 trophy guide links under our Links tab to see which trophies have what requirements.

Then, there are six trophies related to the Battle Simulator, where in single player you'll fight against five random opponents with all possible characters.

At any point you feel ready, you can head into Online and start fighting against human opponents. Depending on your skills, the toughest trophy here will probably be the Winning Is Fun trophy for winning 10 ranked matches. However, since you'll need to play 200 online matches for the A Real Contender trophy, you should eventually get your 10 wins. Also, the Don't Stop Me Now trophy for winning 50 player matches can be boosted. Check out the boosting forums under our Links tab.

Finally, it's time to mop-up anything you're still missing. This may including grinding for the 50 pieces of Epic Gear for the Hipster trophy, reaching the max level with all characters for the Master Of All Trades trophy, and defeating Cheetah with Catwoman using the Cat Call as the final hit, for the Cat Fight trophy. For this last one, you'll need the Cat Call special ability which you'll find in a Mother Box, and requires a lot of farming and luck to acquire.

IGN has a Walkthrough here:

And a Walkthrough by warrior13:

Leptonic created a great Trophy Guide here, which includes the DLC by Trophy Germany:

A useful Trophy Guide with videos, by PowerPyx:

And an Achievement Guide (same as the trophies on PS4) by Paul Acevedo:

And fvkasm2x & BiggD created an Achievement Guide here:

An Abilities List by Discoking:

And a Move List by codebreak1337:

Here's a Boosting Forum on PlaystationTrophies:

And a Boosting Forum on GameFAQs:

Finally, here's a basic Trophy List:

Mortal Kombat Trophy Guide

Mortal Kombat Trophy Guide. Difficulty: *****  A fighting game and the ninth title in the Mortal Kombat series, and a reboot of the original arcade version. While not as long as Street Fighter IV, the Platinum requires both some serious skills as well as time, even if boosting the online trophies.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Mortal Kombat ***** 51 NetherRealm Studios U.S. 34 15 1 13 0

Mortal Kombat

Mortal Kombat is a fighting game, the ninth installment in the Mortal Kombat series, and is a reboot of the original title released in arcades in 1992 and later ported onto fourth generation consoles.

Characters are rendered in three-dimensions, and fight on a two-dimensional plane. A Super Meter feature has been added, which is charged by performing certain actions in battle and allow special moves to be made. The game includes a Story Mode which is a retcon to the original trilogy, as well as a Challenge Tower, tag team fighting, and online play, with a roster of 28 playable characters.

Mortal Kombat received positive reviews, with an average score of 86% and won several Game of the Year awards in 2011, described by some critics as the best Mortal Kombat in the series, and offering plenty of nostalgia.

This 5-star difficulty, as always, does not include boosting. Aside from the many hours you'll need to put into the offline trophies, as well as the skills needed, the online trophies will only unlock for the true masters who can, for example, win ranked matches without jumping, or win ten matches in a row.

With boosting, however, the online trophies are much easier, and brings this difficulty score down to a low 4-star. While perhaps not as ridiculous as Street Fighter IV, you can expect nearly 400 hours of gameplay for the Platinum if you're boosting, and far more if you're doing it legitimately.

First, you can head into the Tutorial Mode to easily unlock the A For Effort trophy. Then jump into Fatality Trainer for the Tag You're It and License To Kill trophies.

Next, you can play through the story mode. This can be performed on any difficulty setting, and will not only unlock the remaining characters, but several trophies along the way as well, such as Halfway There, Back In Time, There Will Be Blood, Cold Fusion, and Quan Tease.

After that, you can start going through the arcade ladder with all the characters to collect coins as well as unlock a few more miscellaneous trophies. This can also be done on Easy, with the option of retrying whenever you fail.

Then, there's the tower missions. There are 300 in total, and will not only earn you more coins, but allow you to unlock more trophies along the way, such as Tower Apprentice and Tower Master.

Next, you can start working on the online trophies. These are extremely difficult to unlock legitimately, but much easier if you have a boosting partner. Either start making friends, or check out the boosting forums under our Links tab if you're having trouble. There are 13 online trophies in total.

With those trophies out of the way, you can start mopping up the remaining offline trophies, which unfortunately we left the more time-consuming ones for last. Particularly My Kung Fu Is Stronger, which requires many hours of gameplay to complete the set of objectives. Check out the Mortal Kombat trophy guide links under our Links tab for specific details on what you need.

Good luck!