Has your platinum trophy hunt come to a halt in New Marais? Then read on for some handy advice.
inFAMOUS 2 on PlayStation 3 lets you play in the colourful metropolis of New Marais, a city packed with opportunity, menace and, of course, trophies.
We asked you, the PlayStation Community, to cast your minds back over your inFAMOUS 2 experiences and share with your fellow gamers any helpful hints you may have picked up on the platinum trophy trail.
Read on for the low-down on inFAMOUS 2, before thinking about the elusive platinum trophy in Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception – tell us how you completed your trophy list by heading to community.eu.playstation.com. We'll then publish the best responses right here.
"I found this much easier than the original inFAMOUS, since you can see the blast shards from a distance. The Just One More trophy, awarded for collecting all of the fragments, is therefore simpler to get. In the first game this was a really tricky task." (kico1603, Spain)
"First of all I completed the game on the Hard difficulty level, working solely on gaining good karma. Once I finished, I started again on the Easy setting to achieve evil karma to get the Arch Villain and Forging Your Own Path trophies – I really enjoyed destroying everything around me.
"Evil karma makes the game much easier since you can cause explosions without worrying about anything at all." (The_Kuroudo, Spain)
"What took the longest was earning enough experience points [XP] to purchase all the special powers for the With Great Power Comes Greater Power trophy. I collected this trophy once I'd completed the Story Mode, by playing the User Generated Content missions." (Jyyste, Finland)
"I'd say this is one of the simpler platinum trophies I've collected. The most difficult trophy in the first inFAMOUS involved finding all the blast shards. Now we have a radar to find them, and if you climb up to the highest points in the game – such as the spires of St Ignatius's church – you can get a better idea of where they are, and in the process you'll pick up the Mountaineer trophy.
"The Hard difficulty setting is really accessible. I had a little trouble with the last dead drop for the Well inFORMED trophy, because I didn't check the trophy list before totally finishing the game. So, make sure you don't make the same mistake." (Ciceron14, French)
"It took me between one and two weeks to achieve platinum status. The most challenging trophy required 30 verandas to be destroyed. You have to blow up the largest veranda or balcony in every street of New Marais. While you're doing this, look out for the Big Destruction bonus flashing up on-screen as confirmation – with a lot of exploration you'll get the Extreme Makeover trophy." (GuiWarrior0, Portugal)
"You could say this is the most electrifying platinum trophy to collect on PS3. It's intuitive to play, New Marais is cleverly designed and you come up against incredible enemy artificial intelligence. Obtaining the platinum trophy in this game was a real pleasure." (PGM74, France)
Need a little friendly advice about trophy hunting? Then put your questions to the experts of the official PlayStation Forums at community.eu.playstation.com. Don't forget to come back next month to find out how to strike platinum in Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception on PS3.
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