Hellblade Senua’s Sacrifice Trophy Guide

Hellblade Senua’s Sacrifice Trophy Guide. Difficulty: *  A hack and slash action title with puzzles, and a dark fantasy set in the late 8th Century. If following the collectibles guide, the Platinum can be unlocked after one playthrough.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice * 15 Ninja Theory U.K. 0 5 9 0 0

Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice

Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice is an action-adventure with puzzles, set in a dark fantasy environment. Players partake in hack and slash action scenes, while also interacting with surroundings and solving puzzles in order to progress through the game. The game's cutscenes are a hybrid of motion capture and live performances.

In the late 8th Century, Senua is a Pict warrior sets off to save the soul of her dead lover. She is cursed with a dark entity that follows her on her quest.

Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice received positive reviews with an average score of 82%, praised for its creativity, atmosphere, and story, while criticized by some for its repetitive combat and some redundant puzzles.

The Platinum for Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice is both short and relatively easy. The game can be played on Easy mode, and can be completed in 6 or 7 hours. The only trophy you'll need to go out of your way for is finding all the collectibles, as all other trophies are story-related. As a result, the Platinum can be earned in one playthrough.

If following a locations guide for the Lorestones and not missing any, the Platinum can be earned in 6 or 7 hours.

If you wish to get the Platinum as quickly as possible, then we recommend two things. First, set the game to Easy mode. There are no difficulty-related trophies to worry about.

Also, be sure to follow one of the Lorestones Collectibles guides under our Links tab. There are 44 Lorestones in total across 11 chapters, and you'll need all of them to unlock the Stories From The North trophy.

The Lorestones will carry over into a second playthrough, so if you happen to miss a few, or simply want to playthrough and enjoy the game on your first, then you'll just need to mop-up those that you missed.

Since all the other trophies are story-related, finding the Lorestones is the only thing you'll need to worry about on your route to the Platinum.

First, IGN has a Walkthrough here:

And a detailed Walkthrough by vinheim & Bkstunt:

Here's a great Trophy Guide by mort_hbeb9786:

And PowerPyx has a great Trophy Guide here:

And a useful Trophy Guide by ddracarys:

And Emergence has a Trophy Guide here:

An excellent Lorestones Location Guide here, by agoxen:

A useful Lorestones Locations Video by HarryNinetyFour:

Finally, here's a basic Trophy List:

Enslaved Odyssey To The West Trophy Guide

Enslaved Odyssey To The West Trophy Guide. Difficulty: **  A third-person action adventure, and a re-imagining of the story Journey to the West. Average difficulty, requiring a playthrough on its hardest mode.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Enslaved: Odyssey To The West ** 49 Ninja Theory U.K. 42 3 3 0 10

Enslaved: Odyssey To The West

Enslaved: Odyssey to the West, is a third-person action adventure with platform elements, and is a re-imagined story of the novel Journey to the West, written by Wu Chen'en, though taking place in a post-apocalyptic future, rather than ancient China. The game features the voice talents of Andy Serkis and Lindsey Shaw.

In the future, Earth has been ravaged by global war, leaving humans to become an endangered species while robots, known as "mechs," continue their mission to destroy all that's left. A woman named Trip wishes to return to her village, but cannot do it alone. Placing a slave headband over the player-character, Monkey must protect her on their journey through, what's left of, New York City.

Enslaved: Odyssey to the West received fairly positive reviews, with an average score of 81%, praised for its art style and attention to details in the visuals, and received 6 nominations from the Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences. Pigsy's Perfect 10, a prequel to the story, was released as downloadable content, a month after Enslaved's launch.

This is a low 2-star rating, as it's easier than the Uncharted series, and far less time consuming than Assassin's Creed II. There are no online trophies to worry about. The majority of the trophies can be collected in either one or two playthroughs, depending on whether your first run is on Hard mode or not, with collectibles to find along the way. A chapter select is available for mopping-up afterwards.

Should take anywhere between 15-25 hours, depending on the number of playthroughs.

There are two different paths you can take towards your platinum, slow and easy, or fast and challenging. Hard mode is not particularly difficult, but if you play on Easy or Normal, all your upgrades will carry over, making Hard much easier. So the choice is yours.

Either way, to avoid hassle, follow one of the location guides under our Links tabe to find all the Masks and Tech Orbs during your playthrough. Many of the combat-related trophies will come to you naturally, and if not, you can always mop-up using the chapter select.

So, if you first played the game on Easy or Normal, then go ahead and start your second playthrough on Hard. If you've finished Hard, and thereby gotten the stackable trophies for the easier modes, then all that's left is mopping-up via chapter select. This may include any combat or challenge-related trophies you're missing, and perhaps grinding for all the various upgrades.

This is a great Walkthrough, by Rob:

And a Walkthrough on IGN:

Here is a great Trophy Guide by Bread Skin & Godchild1020, which includes the DLC:

And a detailed Trophy Guide, by mritual:

And a simple but useful Trophy Guide, by Adam Wolfe:

And an Achievement Guide (same as the trophies on PS3) by Tyger7 and Trammel:

This is a Tech Orb Location Guide, by BreadSkin:

And another Tech Orb Location Guide, by Jeff McAllister:

And a Tech Orb Location Guide, by Rob:

And a Mask Location Guide, also by BreadSkin:

And another Mask Location Guide, also by Jeff McAllister:

And a Mask Location Guide, also by Rob:

Finally, here's a basic Trophy List: