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Amnesia Memories Trophy Guide

Aug 20 2019 02:54 PM | Roughdawg4 in Trophy Guides

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  • Estimated trophy difficulty: 2/10
  • Offline: 26 (1 :plat 5 :gold 15 :silver 5 :bronze )
  • Online: N/A
  • Approximate time: 5 - 7 Hours
  • Minimum number of playthroughs needed: N/A
  • Does Difficulty affect Trophies: N/A
  • Does Difficulty levels stack: N/A
  • Missable trophies: None if you follow the guide
  • Extra Items for the Game: None
  • Glitched trophies: None
  • Cheats: None

:cross - Action Button
:circle - Cancel Button
:square - Fast Skip
:triangle - Save Load Menu




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Chaos Child - Trophyguide and Roadmap

Jul 07 2015 03:54 PM | CrystalPhoenix in Trophy Guides

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  • Stacking Systems: Ps3 / PsVita / Ps4 / Ps4 Korean / PsVita Korean
  • Game Type: Japanese Visual Novel
  • Estimated trophy difficulty: 1/10
  • Offline: 19x :bronze 9x :silver 5x :gold 1x :plat = 34 | Totalscore: 1185
  • Online: none
  • Approximate time: 4-5 hrs (Ps3: 7+hrs)
  • Minimum number of playthroughs: 3
  • Missable trophies: None if you follow the guide
  • Buying information:
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:cross - Cancel Button
:circle- Action Button

:square- Autoplay
:l2 :r2 - PS3/PS4 = switching between positive and negative choice
R stick L Stick + direction - PSVita = switching between positive and negative choice
:r1 - Auto Skip

:l1 - Manual Skip
:start - In Game Menu -> SAVE/LOAD



Options Setup


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How to play this Game?


This visual novel is a part of the "chaos" - universe. If you played other Games e.g. like Chaos Head Noah, you will find a similarity in the game play.


During the story you will recognize a screen where two coloured rings appear in the left and right corner. The game stops at this certain text part. In my guide it will look like this:


☆ ……どうでもいいよ

Now you only have to rate this choice by switching into a positive :l2 or negative :r2 mood.
In the PSVita version you have to use the analogue stick by pressing in the left stick left or R Stick right direction.


IMPORTANT: If you accidentally missed and skipped a situation, you can easily use the "Quickload" feature from the Options menu to jump a scene back. The game makes automatic quick saves, so you are always on the save side :).


There is a trophy related to being perfect on selecting images. So if you make a mistake, it is very important that you quickload a save to make the correction. At one point in the guide, I will tell you to make 20 mistakes for a trophy. THIS IS THE ONLY TIME MISTAKES ON SELECTING IMAGES SHOULD BE MADE.



The guide consists of three playthroughs with several loading spots for different Endings.
The first playthrough is characterized by positive choices while the 2nd playthrough basically deal with the bad choices. The last playthrough is almost a skip playthrogh with no mood reaction towards the choices.
After all runs have been completed there is a last run where you only have to read/skip through the unlocked "True" section from the main menu.

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Beastmaster and Prince ~Flower & Snow~ 猛獣使いと王子様...

Aug 21 2015 05:01 AM | CrystalPhoenix in Trophy Guides

Beastmaster and Prince 猛獣使いと王子様

~Flower & Snow~

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  • Systems: PsVita only
  • Game Type: Japanese Visual Novel
  • Estimated trophy difficulty: 2/10
  • Offline: 0x :bronze 25x :silver 3x :gold 1x :plat = 29 | Totalscore: 1200
  • Online: none
  • Approximate time: 7 - 9 hrs
  • Minimum number of playthroughs: 2 (1 Flower and 1 Snow Bride playthrough)
  • Missable trophies: None if you follow the guide
This game is based on the visual novel of "Beastmaster and Prince" and "Snow Bride". Both games were already published several years ago. Beastmaster and Prince was once released for PSVita Jan. 2014 but only digital in the SEN store for PSplus members. In this final PSVita version which was released retail on Jun. 2015, both storys come together, which can be played separately.

Here is a little story sum up from otomayhem.com

The protagonist, given the default name Tiana, lives in the country of Katoraia where she dreams of becoming a prominent animal tamer like her mother. One day by chance she comes across four animals being sold that she ends up purchasing in order to train them. Tiana comes to find out that these creatures are not your normal animals and are in fact four princes from the country of Fazaan that were cursed with these forms by a Witch. As Tiana works to free these princes from their enchantment she finds herself involved in a massive conspiracy that spans the continent.

Options setup
The following setup can be used for both game parts.
If you switch to the other game you have to redo your setup in the options.

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and confirm/save with this option
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Button Layout
:circle - Confirm
:cross - back out
:square - skip
:triangle - Quick Menu (Save, Load, Options, Title, etc.)
:lvita - Quicksave
:rvita - Quickload

This Game consists of two parts as you may already recognized from the title of the game (Flower & Snow)
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1. Play the "Beastmaster and Prince" story part
:silver マティアスエンド
:silver アルフレートエンド
:silver ルシアエンド
:silver エリクエンド
:silver クラウスエンド
:silver シルビオエンド
:silver 猛獣使いはネコ?
:silver マティアスとの想い出 ~Flower~
:silver アルフレートとの想い出 ~Flower~
:silver ルシアとの想い出 ~Flower~
:silver エリクとの想い出 ~Flower~
:silver クラウスとの想い出 ~Flower~
:silver シルビオとの想い出 ~Flower~
:silver みんなとの想い出 ~Flower~
:gold モフモフマスター ~Flower~
:gold 猛獣使いと王子様と竜の物語

2. Play the "Snow Bride" story part
:silver アナザーストーリークリア
:silver アフターストーリークリア
:silver サイドストーリークリア
:silver フランツの手記クリア
:silver アルフレートとの想い出 ~Snow~
:silver マティアスとの想い出 ~Snow~
:silver ルシアとの想い出 ~Snow~
:silver エリクとの想い出 ~Snow~
:silver クラウスとの想い出 ~Snow~
:silver シルビオとの想い出 ~Snow~
:silver みんなとの想い出 ~Snow~
:gold モフモフマスター ~Snow~

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Fatal Twelve Trophy Guide

Aug 12 2019 09:49 AM | Nitro in Trophy Guides

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  • Estimated trophy difficulty: 1/10
  • Offline trophies: 25 ( :plat 1 :gold 7 :silver 8 :bronze 9)
  • Online trophies: 0
  • Approximate amount of time to platinum: 15 - 30 minutes
  • Minimum number of playthroughs: 1+
  • Number of missable trophies: None
  • Do trophies stack?: None


Fatal Twelve is a very easy and fast Japanese Visual Novel on the Japanese PSN Store with Dual Language options, so if you've got a spare 7000 yen and 30 minutes, this is the game for you!
Just a note that all Menu's are in English, so no Menu tabs in this guide.




:cross - Confirm/ Advance
:circle - Cancel
:triangle - In game menu
:r1 - Skip (you CAN set this to R2 if you want)




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Please Don't Touch Anything! Trophy Wa...

Apr 24 2019 04:56 PM | tuffmuff in Trophy Guides

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  • Estimated trophy difficulty: 2/10
  • Offline trophies: 25 (8 :bronze , 10 :silver , 6 :gold , 1 :plat )
  • Online trophies: none
  • Approximate amount of time to :plat: 1-2 hours
  • Minimum number of playthroughs: 1
  • Number of missable trophies: none
  • Glitched trophies: none
  • Does difficulty affect trophies?: n/a
  • Do trophies stack?: n/a


You can do the endings in any order you'd like but the trophy pops would be different than what is reflected in the walkthrough. Also note that I don't explain at all how the codes are obtained for each ending. Everything you need is available in the room and is a clue however for the sake of a quick guide and those wanting a quick platinum, all of that work has been omitted.


For the final ending (#30) to become available you have to have all other 29 endings complete. Otherwise, you're free to go out of order.


For a complete video walkthrough see below. Video credits to Velvet.

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Fatal Twelve Video Trophy Guide

Aug 14 2019 05:09 AM | Nitro in Trophy Guides

Hey guys, for all of you that are doing this game and would rather a video guide instead of a text guide, here it is. Enjoy :)


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Master Reboot ~ Trophy Guide & Roadmap

Mar 07 2014 12:58 AM | Pancakesarelove in Trophy Guides

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-Estimated trophy difficulty: 2/10 (Personal Estimate)
-Offline/Online: 21 [5 :bronze, 7 :silver, 8 :gold, 1 :plat]
-Approximate amount of time to :plat : 4-5 Hours
-Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1
-Does difficulty affect trophies?: No
-Number of missable trophies: 14 (Most trophies are missable after the point of no return noted on the roadmap)
-Glitched trophies: Possibly Designated Driver (look at trophy for more details)


Before you actually begin the game you want to immediately choose Welsh as the language. Go to Options > Welsh > Apply. Since the game is a puzzle game, the game will not get any harder by playing in Welsh but you do miss out on a pretty cool story.


Step 1: Just play through the game following the duck and virus symbol guide. It's okay if you forget to pick up a duck as you can check on the pedestal by the door if you are missing any for the level. Make sure to note if you pick up a virus symbol as there is no way to check if you interacted with one or not.


*Warning* Once you complete the 11th level you will now have completed the cube in the middle of the village square. DO NOT ENTER it unless you have gotten all level specific trophies and collectibles as it is the point of no return. You may make a back up save to go and do miscellaneous trophies but it should only take a short time to clean up.


Step 2: As mentioned before DO NOT ENTER the cube, highly recommended you make a back up save here. Clean up any trophies you may be missing besides Ducktective Inspector, Welcome to the Soul Cloud, Master Reboot, Going Viral, Welsh Wizard, First Class Ticket, The Final Countdown, and of course the platinum. If you own every trophy beside the others then you are good to go and enter the final level.


Step 3: Final level. Here you will go for the remainder of the trophies mentioned in step 2.


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The Raven Trophy Guide and Road Map

Jan 13 2014 03:55 AM | Velsu in Trophy Guides

The Raven


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  • Estimated trophy difficulty: 1/10 )
  • Offline trophies: 36 (20 :bronze , 10 :silver , 5 :gold , 1 :plat )
  • Online trophies: none
  • Approximate amount of time to platinum: 8-10 hours
  • Minimum number of playthroughs: 1
  • Number of missable trophies: 17 ( Music Lover, Accurate Detective, Humble Helper, Firebug, Crime Scene Investigator, Advanced Detective (Episode 1), Master Detective (Episode 1), Brilliant Mind, History Fan, Snooper, Advanced Detective (Episode 2), Master Detective (Episode 2), Know-it-all, Animal Lover, Advanced Detective (Episode 3), Master Detective (Episode 3), Completionist )
  • Glitched trophies: 1 - Crime Scene Investigator
  • Does difficulty affect trophies?: n/a
  • Do trophies stack?: n/a
  • Do cheat codes disable trophies?: no cheats


The Raven is a 3rd person point and click adventure game with interesting setting and good story. The game is very easy to platinum with proper guide which was written by MaG from Gameboomers and gave me permission to use it here.
There are 17 missable trophies which may look daunting but by following the guide step by step You wont miss any of those and get Your platinum trophy in no time.


To make things easier i will write down missable trophies in the exact order they appear during the game:


:bronze Music Lover
:gold Accurate Detective
:silver Humble Helper
:bronze Firebug
:silver Crime Scene Investigator
:silver Advanced Detective (Episode 1)
:gold Master Detective (Episode 1)
:bronze Brilliant Mind
:silver History Fan
:silver Snooper
:silver Advanced Detective (Episode 2)
:gold Master Detective (Episode 2)
:silver Know-it-all
:bronze Animal Lover
:silver Advanced Detective (Episode 3)
:gold Master Detective (Episode 3)
:silver Completionist

Important things to be aware of before playing:


1) The game has one glitched trophy - Crime Scene Investigator. Other guides say to save before entering the baroness room but on the PS3 the game will auto save inside anyway so this wont work. Backing Your save file to PS+ is the only way (You can also try to back it up with usb stick as there are reports save is not locked).
All You have to do to not miss the trophy is to STAY in the room and NOT leave to report to Legrand until trophy pops (while checking all items). Another VERY IMPORTANT tip is to remember to NOT take the diary lying on the desk, but to read it with :circle:. Following these two steps and checking every item in the room will almost surely net You the trophy.


There are also reports from people to NOT SKIP the text while being in the room.


2) Save Your game from time to time as bugs and glitches like to occur in this game and Your character can get stuck in a wall which forces You to restart the game from last save.


3) If You want a platinum trophy then just in case do not ever hit Square button or use any hints as it will lower Your overall score which is neccessary for all trophies.


4) Also look out to not hit "Hints" in Your journal accidently as it can also lower Your score.


5) IMPORTANT! If You want want to enjoy the story do not look at the description of "Snooper" Trophy as its a massive spoiler which says who is the real bad guy (yes its dumb i know). The problem is, this is a missable trophy so i suggest to take a peek if You want near the end of Episode 2, when You are about to guess who is the culprit.


Now You are ready to begin Your journey.


As i see no reason to re-invent the wheel again, im gonna use the walkthrough of MaGtRo from Gameboomers who did the great job and prepared complete guide for PC version which includes all trophies/achievements.


We have got official permission from MaGtRo to use it



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Tony Hawk'S Pro Skater HD Trophy Guide

Sep 03 2012 12:44 PM | MikeKeese in Trophy Guides

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Difficulty: 6/10
Trophies: 1 :plat 9 :gold , 4 :silver , 3 :bronze
Time to Platinum: 8-15 hours
Minimum Playthroughs: 2 (1 story, 1 projectives) *Make sure to pick Rodney Mullen*
Cheats: yes but they block trophies
Missable trophies: None




From the makers of Tony Hawk Ride and Shred comes THPS HD, a modified upgrade to two classic ps1 era games. The game features 7 classic levels from Tony Hawk 1 and 2 and features career mode, projectives mode, free skate, etc. Any fans of the first two games will have fond memories of the original games as well as their share of frustrations (Downhill Jam). This game will probably not bring new fans to the series but its purpose is to go down memory lane for fans of the classics.



Road Map:
Step 0: Set up:
I would highly recommend changing your special tricks to Up Down and then whatever the button is. This is an incredibly easy combo to remember and will lead to less frustration. I also highly suggest buying a second special grind when you can and placing it on Down Up :triangle . You can also buy a special grab if you’d like because Rodney Mullen by default has a manual special rather than a grab but I found they were not necessary as regular grabs did the trick


Step 1: Online
There is only 1 online trophy for this game. It’s very simple though. All you have to do is win a match online. This can be done in online private mode to avoid any possible frustration.


Step 2: Career Mode
Career mode in this game is just like how it was in thps 1-3. You have 10 goals to obtain per level which range from high scores to collecting skate to getting the secret tape. Each level can be unlocked only doing a certain number of goals in each level but it is a requirement for plat to get all goals in all levels. You are able to hit start and R1 to see where all collectibles and money are on every map. Unless you are watching videos, this can be very helpful.


Step 3: Misc. Trophies
I would recommend doing the misc. trophies before projectives because it is a change of pace from the story mode. Some of the misc trophies will come naturally or with a few tries but some are fairly annoying and will take many retries. The one trophy I do suggest waiting on is “I don’t want no 2 minute man” for reasons I will explain in the trophy.


Step 4: Projectives Mode
The 4th and final step is projectives mode. These seem daunting at first but with the right strategy, most of them aren’t too bad. While story mode is relatively simple, some of the goals here require that one good run, which may take numerous restarts for certain levels.

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True Fear ~ Trophy Walkthrough

Feb 25 2018 12:48 AM | themindisacity in Trophy Guides

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Lots of notes for this walkthrough:


I am fairly certain this game cannot be Platinumed - mostly due to the "all puzzles under 60 seconds" trophy. Even using the touchpad, there are a few puzzles that seem next to impossible to do in under 60 seconds. The publisher (The Digital Lounge) has expressed to me on Twitter that they are willing to change this trophy if enough people give them feedback about it.


The game must be completed IN A SINGLE SITTING, without closing the game. I'm not 100% sure you can even go back to the main menu, to be honest. Pausing is okay.


Once you've finished the main game, you will have access to all of the HO scenes from the main game in the Bonus menu. Finishing the bonus chapter will put those HO scenes in there, too. I haven't tried to see if solving the HO scenes via the Bonus menu counts towards the "all HO scenes in under 2 minutes" trophy - someone please let me know. I know the puzzles (also accessible) won't count, because not all of what the game deems "puzzles" are accessible via the bonus menu, because --


-- Here's what sucks: smaller puzzles like moving stuff around also seem to count as sub-60 second puzzles – I got a trophy for moving the trash around to find the crowbar in Act II. As such, I cannot definitively say what does and does not count towards the "all puzzles in under 60 seconds" trophy. Sorry.


This game actually controls a bit better if you use the touchpad. Using the analog stick makes the controls stiff; it's much more fluid with the touchpad.


“Go (direction)” means using the d-pad to navigate to a new screen. So “go up” means D-Pad up, etc. You can still use the more familiar “arrow shown on screen” method that is standard with games like this, but I found describing d-pad directions a bit easier for the purpose of this walkthrough.


You can track trophy progress! Under “Options”, at the bottom you'll see a “Trophy” option. Click on that to see progress bars. This will be more helpful later while you're working towards the “all puzzles/HO scenes under X amount of time” trophies, as there is only a limited space for trophy tracking, but once you've unlocked trophies, they will disappear from this tracker.


You have two options for HO puzzles: you can solve a traditional HO puzzle (wordbank/find the object) or, if “hidden object scenes” is not checked in the Options menu (and by default, it won't be), you can solve a series of puzzles in each HO scene. I actually recommend not doing the wordbank HO scenes, as there's generally more stuff to deal with in those. This walkthrough is written with the puzzle solutions for the HO scenes instead of the wordbank HO scenes.


Sharp Sighted and Sharp Sighted II unlock when the other's conditions are met.


Yes You Can can be cheesed. I played on casual, then when I was in the studio right before I ended the game, I switched the difficulty to Expert. Trophy popped after credits as though I'd played on expert. This isn't particularly helpful, as you can't use hints anyways, but it does make interactible stuff glitter, so there's that.

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