Steep Trophy Guide

Steep Trophy Guide. Difficulty: ***  An extreme sports simulation game set in an online, open world. The majority of the trophies are not particularly difficult, but obtaining a gold medal on most events can be challenging.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Steep *** 30 Ubisoft Annecy France 12 12 5 29 18


Steep is an extreme sports simulation online game. Players participate in skiing, snowboarding, paragliding, and wingsuit flying events in an open-world environment shared with other online players. The setting includes the Alps and Denali (Mount McKinley) with other international mountains available as downloadable content.

Players can switch between first and third-person perspective, are awarded points for performing tricks during races, and capture screenshots of their performance through a pause and rewind system.

Steep received mixed reviews with an average score of 72%, praised for its open world, environments, and events, though criticized by some for being online-only and lacking direction.

The vast majority of the trophies are not particularly difficult and won't take up too much time. However, obtaining a gold on the events can be quite demanding, as some of these require a fair bit of precision. Though frustrating at times, the Platinum is still doable for any average gamer with enough practice and patience.

While the Platinum could be earned in 25-30 hours of gameplay, it could require more, as this game is heavily skill dependent.

Your first ultimate goal is to reach Level 25, and you can start on that by playing through each of the events. Don't worry if you don't get gold just yet. Try to get at least a bronze during this first step. There are a total of 118 events, though you just need 115 bronze medals for the Challenge Accepted trophy. We also recommend using your binoculars before each event to find drop zones, to make the next step a little easier.

Once that's done and you've unlocked your first chunk of trophies, it's time to use your binoculars to find all 110 drop zones for the And You Shall Find trophy, and all 149 points of interest for the Tour Guide trophy. Some of these locations will not unlock until you've reached Level 25, which is why we stated earlier how that should be your ultimate goal in the previous step.

Finally, it's time to obtain a total of 115 gold medals on the events. By now you should be pretty used the game and its controls, and won't find the majority of the events too difficult to get the gold. Some, however, will try your patience. Keep in mind that there are a total of 118 events, so you can skip the three you find the most trying. Just keep practicing, and you'll get it.

Good luck!

Lo Key has a great Trophy Guide here:

A video demonstration of The End Of The World trophy, by Lo Key:

And Lo Key's video demonstration of the No More Secrets trophy:

And PSTHC has a video demonstration of the Scoring Master trophy:

A Wiki Guide on IGN:

Lastly, here's a basic Trophy List:

South Park The Fractured But Whole Trophy Guide

South Park The Fractured But Whole Trophy Guide. Difficulty: **  An RPG based on the animated TV series South Park, and sequel to the 2011 South Park: Stick of Truth. The game is not any more or less difficult than the previous installment.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
South Park: The Fractured But Whole ** 36 Ubisoft San Francisco U.S. 19 12 4 0 0

South Park: The Fractured But Whole

South Park: The Fractured But Whole is an RPG based on the South Park animated series, and a sequel to the 2014 game South Park: The Stick of Truth. The game uses a superhero theme rather than fantasy. Alterations were made to the combat system, which now takes place on a grid to allow player movements to create strategic advantages, as well as avoid environmental hazards.

Taking place the day after the events of The Stick of Truth, the New Kid decides to join Cartman and his friends in a new game of playing superheroes. Hoping to create a superhero media franchise, the children search for a missing cat to claim a reward, soon stumbling onto a much more diabolical plot.

South Park: The Fractured But Whole received positive reviews with an average score of 81%, praised for its improvements over the first installment, its combat system, humor, and adaptation of the TV series, while the story received mixed reviews.

If you've already played and unlocked the Platinum on the previous game, then you'll have a good idea of what's involved in The Fractured But Whole. The Platinum is not any more or less difficult or time consuming than The Stick of Truth. The only difference is that only one trophy is missable, as you are able to free-roam after completing the story.

The Platinum can be earned in under 20 hours of gameplay.

The only missable trophy to worry about is The Token Experience, which is for completing the game as a Black character (very difficult) on Mastermind Difficulty. When you start the game and create your character, be sure to slide the bar to the far right for the Black character. Later, during your first combat experience with the Sixth Graders, you will be asked to select your combat challenge - be sure to select Mastermind.

As long as you don't change any of those settings during your playthrough, you should unlock The Token Experience, as well as several other story-related trophies, at the end of the game.

After completing the story, you will be able to continue the game in free-roam. Here is where you can mop-up anything you're missing. It is now safe to change your race to White American and battle difficulty to Easy if you wish to make the clean-up easier.

Most of the trophies here are related to collectibles, and a few other miscellaneous ones. Be sure to check out the South Park The Fractured But Whole trophy guide links under our Links tab to see what you still need and their requirements.

First, IGN has a Walkthrough here:

And a Walkthrough by sokkus:

And Bryan Dawson created a Walkthrough here:

Here's a great Trophy Guide by OnceFallen:

And a detailed Trophy Guide by young_hastings:

NCSFan001 has a great Trophy Guide here:

A useful Trophy Guide by PowerPyx:

And sokkus has a useful Trophy Guide here:

And a useful Trophy Guide by gamepressure:

A video demonstration of the Stop, Drop, and Roll trophy, by OnceFallen:

And a video demonstration of the Glitch Of Death trophy, also by OnceFallen:

OnceFallen's video demonstration of the Big Knocker trophy:

And a video demonstration of the Master Manipulator trophy, by OnceFallen:

Finally, here's a basic Trophy List:

Rocksmith Trophy Guide

Rocksmith Trophy Guide. Difficulty: ****  A music rhythm game which uses a real guitar rather than a controller. While the Platinum can be quite challenging, this is heavily dependent on your guitaring skills.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Rocksmith **** 51 Ubisoft San Francisco U.S. 39 9 2 1 10


Rocksmith is a music rhythm game that uses a real electric guitar that's connected to the PlayStation 3 by a Real Tone cable, or an acoustic guitar with a pickup. Players play songs by matching the incoming notes on the screen to their playing on the guitar. A career mode, divided between guitar and bass, allows players to earn experience points, which unlocks new venues and additional features. The Technique Challenges allows players to practice specific tricks for both the guitar and bass, such as hammer-ons/pull-offs, Chords, Power Chords, and Bends. A microphone is also compatible for karaoke-style gameplay.

Rocksmith received positive reviews with an average score of 82%, praised for its use as a guitar-playing learning tool, and overall fun.

Since the game requires playing a real guitar, the difficulty of the game is heavily dependant on whether or not you have any previous guitar-playing experience. A new or even amateur guitar player will probably require quite a bit of time and effort, hence the 4-star difficulty rating. However, if you've taken guitar lessons and can play some serious songs already, than this could be brought down to a low 3-star rating, though still adding a bit of a challenge.

Expect roughly 50-60 hours for the Platinum for experienced guitar players, and far more if this is your first time.

NOTE: For the Platinum, you will need 2 Tone Cables and a USB Microphone, as well as one real Guitar.

The game has only one online trophy which you can knock out right away. In the Main Menu, access the Download Store. You don't need to buy or download anything. Simply visiting the Store will unlock the Happy Shopper trophy.

Other than that, like most music rhythm games, Rocksmith doesn't require any particular roadmap. If you are an inexperienced guitar player, it's probably a good idea to start with the Tutorial. Also, the Technique Challenges will help with both teaching and allowing practice for specific techniques, such as Bends or Hammer Ons/Pull-Offs. Also, doing the Technique Challenges allows you to unlock The Rocksmith Method and Tutorials My Axe trophies.

The Guitarcade games are also a great way to continue practicing different techniques, which you can work on at any time. In addition, there are a total of eight Guitarcade-related trophies to unlock.

Once you feel you're ready, you can start playing through the Journey, which is the career mode of the game. Playing through events will unlock all 48 guitars and 50 effects, as well as the Rocksmith trophy for reaching Rank 11, as well as a number of other trophies along the way.

You'll need to sing at least one song for the Just Singing trophy. You can use any USB mic, or even the PlayStation Eye.

Also, you will need two Tone Cables for the Beneficial Friends trophy. Simply plug both into the PlayStation 3 and select a multiplayer game. After you complete the sound check with one guitar, unplug the Tone Cable from the instrument and plug in the other for another sound check, which will then unlock the trophy.

Be sure to check out the Rocksmith trophy guide links under our Links tab to see what you need and their requirements.

Wozamil and Bezenko have a great Trophy Guide here, which includes the DLC:

And a great Trophy Guide by NFPM:

And a DLC Trophy Guide, by NFPM:

And a useful Trophy Guide by cryax:

An Achievement Guide (same as the trophies on PS3) by Neverender and Tarento:

Here's a list of Unlockable Songs, by Rafael_Smee and felipelfraga:

Finally, here's a basic Trophy List:

We Dare Trophy Guide

We Dare Trophy Guide. Difficulty: *  A party game made up of risque mini-challenges such as kissing and strip-teasing, using the PlayStation Move controller. An easy game that only requires a few hours, depending on how many Move controllers you have available.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
We Dare * 23 Ubisoft France 7 7 8 0 0

We Dare

We Dare is a party game which makes use of the PlayStation Move controllers. Made up of several mini-games, players attempt to get the higher score through a range of simple quizes and dances, to move risque challenges involving kissing and stripteasing.

Despite the vast amount of controversy surrounding We Dare, such as Youtube blocking any of the game's trailers and not being sold in North America, the game itself is quite tame - the steamy stuff all depends on the players themselves.

We Dare, unless imported, is only available in Europe and Australia.

For more information, check out our We Dare Review.

NOTE: This game requires that you own an Eye Toy and at LEAST 2 Move controllers.

This game shouldn't take more than a few hours to claim the Platinum. However, our 1-star rating is based on the scenario of having 4 Move controllers.

The All Night Long trophy requires you to beat certain target scores. Your score is totaled by the number of players, so 4 Move controllers means 4 players, means a score roughly four times higher than just one player. Still quite possible with three controllers, but extremely difficult with only two. Bottom line, if you want this Platinum easily, either buy, borrow or rent some extra Move controllers if you haven't got enough.

The majority of these trophies center around the mini-games. Start up a 60 minute game, and begin going through attempting to collect as many trophies as you can. You'll probably need a couple playthroughs until you have all of them. Many of the challenges are quite easy, and in fact require you to get BAD scores, so doing nothing is sometimes all that's required for certain trophies. Check out the We Dare trophy guide links under our Links tab for further details.

Once you've collected nearly all the trophies, you'll lastly need the All Night Long trophy, which requires you to beat target scores in the mini games. In the Menu screen, you can see your progress and which scores still need beating. This trophy is the reason why having 3 or 4 Move controllers is almost necessary, as the more Move controllers you have means the more players, which means a higher total score.

Since this game never saw an international release, there are very few guides and walkthroughs available. The good news is, you don't necessarily need them. But we did find a couple, just in case you get stuck.

Here's a great Trophy Guide, by OnceFallen:

And another great Trophy Guide, this one created by dr_mayus:

Finally, here's a basic Trophy List:

Adventures of Tintin The Game Trophy Guide

Adventures of Tintin The Game Trophy Guide. Difficulty: **   A 2D action platformer based on the animated film of the same name. The majority of the Trophies are easy to unlock, though a few challenges boost the difficulty of obtaining the Platinum.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Adventures of Tintin: The Game ** 51 Ubisoft Montpellier France 42 5 3 0 0

Adventures of Tintin: The Game

The Adventures of Tintin: The Game, also known as The Adventures of Tintin: The secret of the Unicorn in Europe, is a 2D platforming action-adventure based on the 2011 computer-animated film of the same name, which in turn is based on The Adventures of Tintin comics by Herge. Players control Tintin, as well as Snowy and Captain Haddock at times, attacking enemies while exploring platforming levels and solving puzzles, with some driving and flying levels included. The game also hosts co-op play, and supports the PlayStation Move controller.

After learning about the Unicorn, a ship which belonged to Sir Francis Haddock that had been scuttled to avoid being taken by pirates, Tintin sets off with his trusty dog Snowy in search of the legendary ship, along with the help of Captain Haddock.

The Adventures of Tintin: The Game received lukewarm reviews with an average score of 61%, praised for its graphics and 2D platforming, but criticized for its repetitiveness, uninspiring levels, and lack in challenge.

The majority of the trophies are quite easy to unlock - most of which are story-related - and would have earned a 1-star difficulty rating. Unfortunately, completing some of the Challenges, particularly the Plane Challenges, are quite difficult and frustrating, enough to push the difficulty rating up to a 2-star. Yet with patience, persistence, and practice, any average player should eventually pass these challenges, and therefore unlock the platinum.

Expect roughly 15-20 hours for the Platinum.

NOTE: You will need a second controller for one of the trophies.

The first order of business should be a full playthrough on Adventure mode, which will earn you a nice set of story-related trophies. During your playthrough, you should also work on finding all the golden crabs to unlock the Crab Collector trophy. For the most part, these are not too difficult to find so long as you're taking the time to search for them. However, we do have collectibles guides in our Links page, as well as walkthroughs which you can follow. Also, there are a few combat-related trophies you can work on during this first playthrough, as well.

After that, start a playthrough on Tintin and Haddock mode, which is the co-op mode of the game. There are treasures to find here, but not all of them can yet be collected until you've unlocked the appropriate playable character. In which case, just focus on getting through the game and earning story-related trophies, to unlock the characters.

Then, you can play on Tintin and Haddock mode again, this time focusing on collecting all the treasures. Again, check out the walkthroughs and collectibles guides in our Links page if you need assistance. Also, during this playthrough, you should try to mop-up any remaining combat-related trophies, as well.

Last, are the Challenge mode related trophies. There are three types of challenges: sword, sidecar, and plane. The sword challenges are not particularly difficult, and the sidecar challenges only have a few difficult points. But the plane challenges is what brought the difficulty level of this game up from a 1-star to 2-star. They will test your patience. But stay persistent, and you'll eventually unlock their respective trophies - and finally, the Platinum.