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ModNation Racers: Road Trip – Trophy List

PlayStation Vita, Trophylist | Posted by Pesico
Feb 13 2012

ModNation Racers: Road Trip has been one of the most eluding trophy lists. I’ve seen people play it for weeks, but it was first today that it synced with PSN and here I’m bringing the list to you. The list contains 1 Platinum, 3 Gold, 7 Silver 36 Bronze trophies, worth 1,200 PSN Trophy points. This has been one of the games I’ve been looking most forward to, but the Ad Hoc related trophies and reviews has me asking questions if I really want this game.


ModNation Legend (P)
Earn all the ModNation Racers: Road Trip trophies to unlock this platinum trophy

Anonymous (B)
Play an Ad Hoc race

Mechanic (B)
Create a kart in Kart Studio

Sculptor (B)
Create a track in Track Studio

Dresser (B)
Create a Mod in Mod Studio

Shopping Spree (B)
Enter the Shop

Time Stamp (B)
Post your time while in a time trial

Post Cards for Everyone (B)
Create a Post Card

Tour 1 Winner (B)
Get 1st place overall in Tour 1

Tour 2 Winner (B)
Get 1st place overall in Tour 2

Tour 3 Winner (B)
Get 1st place overall in Tour 3

Tour 4 Winner (B)
Get 1st place overall in Tour 4

Fill ‘Er Up (B)
Fill your boost meter

Third Eye (B)
Hit 5 opponents with mines in a Career Race

Knockin’ Boost (B)
Drive over 100 boost pads

Shields Up! (B)
Successfully defend yourself with your shield 20 times

Headspinner (B)
Do a 1080 spin and land successfully

Taster Session (B)
Try all the game modes in Single Player Race

Busting Ghosts (B)
Beat one ghost in Time Trial

Trigger Happy (B)
Use all the weapons in the game

Fast Learner (B)
Complete all the race tutorials

Offering Opinions (B)
Rate 10 tracks, 10 Mods, and 10 karts

Pioneer Racer (B)
Post the first Time Trial time on a published track

Drifting Superstar (B)
Earn 100,000 drift points in one drift

The Drifter (B)
Drift 1,000 times in total

Slow and Steady (B)
Win an action race in Career without using any boost or boost pads of any type

Pacifist (B)
Win an action race in Career without firing any weapons

Remixer (B)
Remix a Mod, a kart, and a track

Cashing In (B)
Cash in an Item Pod 50 times

Say Cheese! (B)
Use photo mode in a race or studio

Beat Down (B)
Win your first Ad Hoc action race on a particular published track

Bruiser (B)
Get a total of 200 takedowns

Aggro Racer (B)
Sideswipe 75 opponents

Sharing Karts (B)
Publish a kart and have at least 10 people download it

Sharing Mods (B)
Publish a Mod and have at least 10 people download it

Sharing Splines (B)
Publish a track and have at least 10 people download it

Startline Booster (B)
Successfully boost off the line 20 times

Bonus! (S)
Complete all 5 Tours and pass the Career Stat thresholds

Tour 5 Winner (S)
Get 1st place overall in Tour 5

Bonus Tour Winner (S)
Get 1st place overall in the Bonus Tour

Join the Team (S)
Beat all 30 developer best lap times in career

Level of Merit (S)
Complete all the career challenges

Hoarder (S)
Collect all the tokens in the single player career

Top of the Ladder (S)
Place first on a time trial leaderboard

Dominator (G)
Come 1st in every race in the career

Star Creator (G)
Earn at least 50,000 Create XP

ModNation Superstar (G)
Achieve level rank 28

PS Vita – So Close, But Oh So Far Away

Editorial | Posted by Pesico
Dec 28 2011

PS Vita

First of all, I get it, I probably shouldn’t complain as most Western people interested in PS Vita will be eagerly awaiting the February 22nd release of the PS Vita. But then again, when it’s so close to appearing at my doorstep, it’s hard not to get exited.

Fedex brought it from Hong Kong to Oslo (Norway) in a matter of days, and with the power outages in Norway, it got stuck there for a day or two. Now their in the process of shipping it to me with a Norwegian company. I’m afraid it’s gonna take a few more days. If I’m lucky I have it tomorrow, if not, I’ll have it early next week.

The frustrating part is that my PS Vita is only about a 30-40 minute drive away from me. I’d be happy to pick it up myself, but I don’t think I’m allowed to.

I will be getting the Japanese WiFi version of the machine, which supports pretty much every language, a 4GB Memory Card and Uncharted: Golden Abyss, with full English support, including brilliant voice acting by Nolan North like in the console versions. Welcome Park, which is a series of mini games that will showcase Vita’s touch features will also be there, and it comes with trophies!

So until February 22nd, I will be playing Uncharted: Golden Abyss and Welcome Park. I could go the fast route with them, but that would probably mean me burning through them in a matter of days, making the wait for more games even harder. I plan on not using guides, trying to get everything done without any form of help. I’m also exited about the fact that this will be my first Uncharted game without making a guide for it. Gonna be nice to simply just focusing on having fun. I don’t think that will be a very hard thing to do.

When February 22nd comes around, I will go on a shopping spree and this is the games that I’m most exited about (not including Uncharted).

The Games I’m Most Exited About:
1. ModNation Racers: Road Trip
I loved the PS3 version, and getting this addictive kart racing game on a handheld is something I’m looking forward to. Most exited about the actual racing, but the touch enabled track editor is going to be interesting as well.

2. Unit 13
I didn’t take much interest in this game when it was announced, but my interest has skyrocketed after hearing more about the social features of it. This is a shooter game designed specifically for a handheld. It’s pick up and play, leaderboards, short missions, no campaign story, and daily challenges. Even though it’s a retail game, I’m probably downloading this as I want to be able to immediately get into it when needed on a daily basis. Got to do the daily challenges.

3. Super Stardust Delta
Super Stardust HD on PS3 was the 1st trophy enabled game, and it was awesome. I probably wouldn’t have played it hadn’t it been because of trophies, but I’m glad it made me play it. It’s an addictive game, perfect for handheld gaming. You play in short bursts and always want to beat your high-scores.

4. Everybody’s Golf
Never tried any of these before, but I have heard great things about them. Golf games are usually fun, and I hear there’s a bunch of unlocks and stuff.