Trophies are a great way to show your gaming prowess to your friends, but these 10 platinum trophies are the most difficult of the lot.
I got some work ahead of me.
I think I could literally spend years playing Super Meat Boy and I'd still never get that platinum
Replied to you so it remains at the top 1. Super Meat Boy 2. Surgeon Simulator 3. N++ 4. ESO 5. SHadow Warrior 6. Evil Within 7. Star Wars Batlefront 8. Titan Souls 9. Street Fighter IV 10. Injustice There you go. I'll save you from having to load ELEVEN!!!!! webpages.
I tried going after platinums when I bought my PS4 but I realized that games were starting to become a frustrating chore. I had to play 10s of hours if not 100s doing mind-numbing things to get trophies. At one point I was trying to platinum FFXIV and then I found out that I wil have to complete 1,000 FATES and 1,000 Levequests and it would take me a minimum of 6 MONTHS to platinum that game if played the game for several hours on a daily basis. Similarly, I tried to platinum Metro Redux but the game started to become a frustrating chore as I had to replay the same sections multiple time. Ever since then I have stopped worrying about trophies and play the game the way I want to. IMO it is much more fun that way.
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I was hoping I'd have Plat'd at least one of these games...I have not.
ESO, the completion it's nightmare
Towerfall doesn't have a platinum, at least do a bit of research before making articles guys.
Well then, that makes it pretty hard to get! lol
It looks like they edited out Towerfall. Reading it, I think they took a suggestion from one of the comments on the site and replaced it with The Evil Within.
battlefront is at 0.1% platinum completion
i'm glad they listed SF those trials on some of the characters are insane.
Platinum Surgeon Simulator lol. I couldn't even figure out the controls. I think the only trophy i unlocked on that game was for knocking s*** of the desk in the main menu.
Most platinum trophies are not even a 1% completion of all the players worldwide. Maybe they shouldn't make them a pain in the ass. At least make them doable
Varies massively game to game. Infamous Second Son is the only one I've ever got, very easy. Tried to attempt Fifa 14 but got bored :P
I am not a fan of the platinum/trophy system. It is true that attaining trophies is really cool as opposed to Achievements. However the negative effect of platinums is that it makes you feel like you haven't completed anything if you dont get the platinum. I don't think I've platinumed any game so therefore when looking or comparing my profile with others. Mine looks completely lacking in trophy department because I have 0 platinum. Even though I have plenty Gold. I would like the system to change. Not sure how though.
Just get some platinum's its not that hard, Ive got quite a few without even trying.
I've got zero of those, but a bunch of other ones so its all good.
I have only one Platinum trophy and it's from Bloodborne. Why i have that trophy? Because it does not include any pointless grinding. Get all weapons, get all tools, kill every boss, upgrade a weapon to +10 etc. All these require is being a completist and you don't have to change your build or playstyle to get some of the trophies. For example i lost all interest in getting a Platinum from The Witcher 3 because of trophies like: Use the Axii Sign to force one opponent to kill another. Do this 20 times. Kill 50 human and nonhuman opponents by striking them in the head with a crossbow bolt. Perform 10 effective counterattacks in a row without getting hit or parrying. What if i don't want to use or upgrade Axii? I have to alter my build towards a skill that i don't want to even use to get this trophy.
Yeah that's the only one I've got as well, I loved the game so much that it didn't seem like a chore.
I'd put The Binding of Isaac up there, anyone who makes it through the game with The Lost has my respect.
My tenth plat! I've heard it's much easier in Afterbirth, maybe the expansion will make the plat more common?
I've got Afterbirth but I'm not sure if it's easier or not. I've never bothered to unlock The Lost, even after having played the game on both the ps4 and pc for hundreds of hours. I know how to but I just don't want to put myself through the pain and grief of trying to get through a run with him lol, which I know I'll try to if I do unlock him. But anyway, congrats on the plat, I salute you. *salutes*
DMC4 lol idk if my spirit can handle that one
The only tough part of that game was beating Dante in the Bloody Palace without getting hit. It was tad bit painful.
OT: I like achievements more cause they have numbers
I have 49 platinums (in total) as of right now, I dunno how many are strictly PS4 titles but I have a few I'm pretty sure. I'm very close to getting the platinum for Bloodborne only 2 trophies away but I messed up on my first playthrough and have to beat the moon presence (3 umblical cords boss) and the chalice dungeons on a NG+. The grind is real with that one. I've taken a break on it for now and will probably start playing again in a few months. I'm currently playing The Witcher 3 for the most part. Just played Helldivers last night for the first time also. I dunno what one I would say was the hardest I got.. probably Ni No Kuni if I had to choose but that was on PS3. http://psnprofiles.com/JayB...
I think I only have 2 platinum trophies from PS4 (24 total across Vita, PS3, and PS4). ...I don't have a single platinum trophy from this list...
No Bloodborne? Hmmm. Resogun is also quite tough (got both). My hardest plat was Demon's Souls mainly because of the world tendancy mechanic, took me 3 years on and off lol.
Best feeling is getting a plat just from naturally playing the game over a certain period of time. I never actually trophy hunt.
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