Oh my oh my, this trophy list is all in caps. Try to imagine me yelling the list to you while you read it. The list contains 1 Platinum, 6 Gold, 10 Silver and 14 Bronze trophies worth 1230 PSN Trophy points.
Archive for January, 2012
I remember back when trophies first appeared on PS3. Super Stardust HD was the only game that had trophies, and some of them where really hard. I got 100% on that before the 2nd game got trophies for PS3. I loved that game, so the trophy list for Super Stardust Delta has been one of the lists I’ve been most eagerly anticipating. The list includes 1 Gold, 1 Silver and 13 Bronze trophies which gives a total worth of 315 PSN Trophy points. In the video by OmniOmegaOB on YouTube, you can see some gameplay and a trophy unlock.
Little Deviants is a PS Vita launch game and is pretty much a big collection of different mini games that uses most if not all of PS Vita’s features. The list includes 1 Platinum, 1 Gold, 8 Silver and 45 Bronze trophies which gives a total of 1,185 PSN Trophy points.
Another list has gotten the english treatment by PSN and here I am to reveal it. BlazBlue: Continuum Shift EXTEND comes with 1 Platinum, 2 Gold, 6 Silver, 20 Bronze and 13 Hidden trophies. Enjoy.
This is actually one of the first trophy lists I’ve seen for the Vita, but it has been in Japanese, until now. There are some lengthy descriptions in some of these trophies, and some of them just make me smile. It’s an interesting list, and I might just get this game based off of it. The list has 1 Platinum, 3 Gold, 6 Silver, 34 Bronze and 4 Hidden trophies. This list, like every list I present, is exactly how it is on PSN, barring any spelling mistakes on my side. Reason why I point this out now is that there are some grammar mistakes in the list, but they are there on PSN, so they are here to. And with that rambling out of the way, I present to you, the trophy list of Ridge Racer for PlayStation Vita.
This must be a bigger game than I anticipated as it comes with a Platinum trophy. It also comes with loads of fighting styles. The list includes 1 Platinum, 6 Gold, 5 Silver and 18 Bronze trophies, which tops out at 1,140 PSN Trophy points.
Michael Jackson comes to the Vita in the form of this music rythm game. The game comes with 1 Platinum, 6 Gold, 9 Silver and 10 Bronze trophies for a total of 1,140 PSN Trophy points. Lots of golds, but a love point total.
Sorry for the caps there, but that’s what the game is called on PSN. Dynasty Warriors Next comes with 1 Platinum, 3 Gold, 6 Silver, 20 Bronze and 19 hidden trophies.
Not sure what to say about “Touch My Katamari”. Looks like a weird little game, all I know is, it’s got trophies. It has 1 Gold, 4 Silver and 6 Bronze trophies, which will give you 300 PSN trophy points, which is pretty normal for a PSN game. Enjoy the list.
Dungeon Hunter: Alliance on the PS3 is a very time consuming game to get all trophies in, and it doesn’t even have a Platinum. The Vita version may be just as time consuming, but it does at least have a Platinum trophy. The full list includes 1 Platinum, 2 Gold, 5 Silver and 48 Bronze trophies, totaling 1,230 PSN Trophy Points.