Red Faction Guerrilla Trophy Guide

Red Faction Guerrilla Trophy Guide. Difficulty: ****  A third-person open-world action adventure and the third installment in the Red Faction series. Some offline trophies require both skills and patience, while the offline are challenging without boosting.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Red Faction: Guerrilla **** 51 Volition U.S. 42 5 3 21 10

Red Faction: Guerrilla

Red Faction: Guerrilla is a third-person open-world action adventure, and the third installment in the Red Faction series which began on the PlayStation 2 and PC. The game takes place on a terraformed area of Mars, in which players must free each of six locations from the Earth Defense Force. The game also includes an online multiplayer mode.

Due to a lack of Earth's natural resources, the EDF has turned to Mars, forcing the society into a state of unfree labor. Alec Mason, a mining engineer, arrives on Mars and is talked into joining the Red Faction by his brother into freeing the planet from EDF's control.

Red Faction: Guerrilla received positive reviews, with an average score of 86%. Despite being criticized for its weak story and graphics, the game was highly praised for its overall fun.

With boosting, it's possible to bring this down to a high 3-star rating, though the online trophies will still take vast amounts of time. But given the game's age, even finding players to earn the online trophies legitimately with, will prove to be a challenge. Plus, there are a few offline trophies that will require some skills and patience.

If you're doing this legitimately, expect over 250 hours of gameplay. If you happen to have a good team of boosting buddies, the Platinum could be unlocked after around 150 hours or so.

You can start, of course, by going through the Campaign. As long as the missions are unlocked, they can be done in any order, except for the final one. You'll want to focus on completing Guerrilla Actions during your playthrough, as you'll eventually need 50 completed for the Revolutionary trophy. Also, there are some collectibles to find, such as radio tags, ore locations, billboards to destroy, and small hydrogen blue tanks. Check out the location guides under our Links tab.

The Warp Speed trophy can seem pretty difficult, as you will need to beat the pro times listed in getting your vehicle to a safe house. Check out the videos under the Links tab to find some shortcuts that will shave off your time. Also, Got Any Fingers Left? isn't a piece of cake, either. Again, check out the videos for demonstrations to help you.

Once you're done with the Campaign and have mopped-up all its trophies, you can head into Wrecking Crew, where you'll need to play on each of the 10 maps in order to unlock the Can't Get Enough trophy, and score 25 million points worth of damage for the Wrecking Ball trophy.

As you start working on the online trophies, the most time-consuming one will be War Veteran, in which you'll need to earn 100,000 XP. This will probably take you over 100 hours of gameplay, depending on your skills and luck at finding players to play with. Most of the other online trophies will unlock naturally as you make your way towards this trophy. Also, it should be noted that winning 250 matchmaking games for the A Winner Is You trophy can't be done through custom matches.

Good luck!

IGN has a Walkthrough here:

And a text-based Walkthrough by Da Hui:

DaFaztFingaz and Terminator have a great Trophy Guide here, which includes the DLC:

And tripledt has a detailed Trophy Guide here:

A simple but useful Trophy Guide by Niraj Shah:

The first Video Demonstration for the Got Any Fingers Left? trophy, by Fader Tan:

And Fader Tan's first Video Demonstration for the Warp Speed trophy:

Here's a Locations Guide by Beardicus:

And a set of video Locations Guides by Rooster Teeth:

Here's a Boosting Forum on PlaystationTrophies:

And a Boosting Forum on PS3Trophies:

Finally, here's a basic Trophy List:

Red Faction Armageddon Trophy Guide

Red Faction Armageddon Trophy Guide. Difficulty: **  A third-person shooter and the fourth installment in the Red Faction series. The Platinum requires some grinding, and the online trophies are tough to unlock without boosting.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Red Faction: Armageddon ** 49 Volition U.S. 37 9 2 2 10

Red Faction: Armageddon

Red Faction: Armageddon is a third-person shooter, and the fourth installment in the Red Faction series which began on the PlayStation 2 and PC. The game takes place on the ravaged surface of Mars as well as deep within its mines, where players must reclaim cultists fortifications as well as defend colonists from dangerous alien creatures. The game takes a more linear approach than the open-world of its predecessor, though still includes online multiplayer.

Set fifty years after the events of Red Faction: Guerrilla, the surface of the planet has become uninhabitable, forcing the Colonists to move into the underground network of mines. Darius Mason, grandson to the main characters of Guerrilla, inadvertently releases ancient, dormant creatures, forcing him to join forces with the Red Faction to save the people.

Red Faction: Armageddon received fairly positive reviews, with an average score of 73%, both praised and criticized by online magazines for reverting back from the open-world to the linear gameplay, though praised by most for its overall fun.

This is a high 2-star rating, simply due to the fact that there are two trophies which must be done online, one of which requires a total of four players, and there are very few people playing online. However, if you have three people to play with, the difficulty could be brought down to a low 2-star. At least one playthrough of the campaign is required, possibly more if any trophies are missed, and one of which must be on Insane mode, which isn't too difficult. Expect some necessary grinding afterwards.

Expect roughly 15-20 hours, depending on how many playthroughs you end up performing, plus your luck at finding online players.

The difficulty-related trophies are stackable, and Insane mode is available from the start. So if you wish to aim for the Platinum in as few playthroughs as possible, you can. Overall, Insane mode isn't too difficult, with only a few moments of frustration here and there. But if you want to first play it on Casual, you will be able to unlock cheats that will make your Insane run much easier. The choice is yours.

During your first playthrough, you'll want to focus on finding and listening to all 40 Audio Logs for the Chronicler trophy, find all 36 radio tags for the Lost Memories trophy, mine all the ore locations for the Working The Land trophy, and destroy all the propaganda for the Free Your Mind trophy, so feel free to follow one of the guides under our Links tab for this. Also, there are a number of combat and kill-related trophies to work on. It should be noted that progress you make in one playthrough will carry over to the next, so if you happen to find 39 Audio Logs in one playthrough, you'll just need to find that one missing log in your second. The same goes for all combat and kill-related trophies.

After that, you can head into online. There are technically 2 trophies which you can only earn online, which are Field Surgeon for performing revival 25 times, and the All For One, One For All trophy for completing a 4-player Infestation game beyond wave 9 without anyone bleeding out. There are four other trophies - Soldier, Commando, Honorary Mason, and Bug Hunt - which can technically be done offline, though are far easier if you have a good online team. If you're struggling to find players, check out the boosting forums in our Links page.

With those out of the way, simply play another playthrough on Casual to mop-up any trophies you may still be missing.