We all cherish our PlayStation trophies, don’t we? We take pride in what we do because of the complexity of the task at hand; as well as for the rewarding sense of fulfillment that comes afterward. We’re fully aware that it can be difficult to acquire them at times. We’re still driven to pursue them.
But not all trophies are the same. Common sense dictates that platinum trophies are indeed the most valuable trophies. At least on PlayStation Network and in Music Industry. Every trophy hunter knows that not all trophies are worth hunting them. Realizing which trophies are worth hunting and which are better left unclaimed, can save you a lot of energy and time. So following that logic and in the good spirit of praising that idea, let’s reveal a list of fairly easy platinum trophies that you can get on PlayStation.
Every Telltale title inspires with its profound quality presented through the gripping narrative of its gameplay. But one matter remains vaguely clear and lacks transparency. Are players rewarded with platinum trophies simply for completing all the chapters in the game? Surely it can’t be this unchallenging. Well, in comparison to how difficult it is to obtain the same trophy in other games, it’s pretty easy.
If you’re a Telltale fan and you’ve finished most of their games, the only question that you should be asking yourself is whether you’ve collected your platinum trophies. It’s pretty obvious that all you have to do in order to obtain these marvelous achievements is to complete each episode under a set of specific circumstances.
Being that these games revolve around solving situations, debates or conflicts one way or another, all you have to do is follow the guideline. But beyond this, there isn’t much to. And this is exactly why Telltale games are on this list of easiest platinum trophies in PlayStation games.
This puzzling adventure game brought to us by Gammera Nest is a title that will certainly catch your attention. If you haven’t played it before, start by getting psn card codes, purchasing the game, or acquiring it by any other mean. This way you’ll have the game stored and at your disposal at all times.
So what’s so interesting in Nubla, except the fact that the completion of this game provides a platinum trophy?
The game features a boy in a dream-like state with the ability to enter the visually stunning world of pictures in the museum through which he’s traversing. If you love a good puzzle game equally as you cherish platinum trophies, you should definitely invest your time into completing the game. Nubla’s intriguing gameplay will definitely stay in your memory, as the game has more to offer than it seems. To collect all twenty trophies, you’ll need to complete the game and pay attention to details while doing so. This way, no collectible will be missing, and you won’t be forced to play the story again to get the trophy.
Goosebumps: The Game
This game will bring you back to your teenage days, whether you like it or not. The game is based on LR Stine’s horror novels, and as you might’ve suspected, it doesn’t lack the quality which made his novels so popular. Getting the platinum in this game isn’t a matter of completing the story or finding all the collectibles. So what’s the catch, exactly? Being that this is a point-and-click game, it’s understandable that one trophy requires you to finish the game under 175 turns. Getting other won’t prove that difficult. To collect every single trophy and get the platinum one, you’ll need to read between the lines. Either that or simply check the requirements for completing each achievement, and work your way to the last one.
Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture
A game that requires from you to be extremely thorough in gathering information and unveiling every story that the game so skillfully tries to hide from plain sight. If the game didn’t possess such visual quality in its gameplay, collecting the platinum in this game would be fairly challenging. Luckily you won’t have to spend more than a couple of hours for completing all the challenges and getting all the trophies. There will be some interesting requirements for certain trophies, but luckily there’s only a couple of those.
Assassin’s Creed 2
Now, this is a game everybody enjoys playing no matter if you’re a trophy hunter or a regular, mundane gamer. Apparently, to get the platinum in this one, all you have to do is collect 100 feathers. Yes, you’ve got it right, feathers. Rest assured, it’s not as challenging as you might think. Most of them are hidden in obvious places. To reveal the location of better-concealed feathers, simply follow the narrative and their location will become obvious.
Life is Strange
We all know and love this games series and know what it’s about. If you’re new to these titles, here a quick summary of what’s going on in it. A seemingly boring story about a life of a schoolgirl, whose affinities involve photography, socializing with classmates and exploration of nature, gets a twist. Apparently, this protagonist develops an ability to travel through time and resolve situations before they set a chain of negative events into motion.
But what does this have to do with platinum trophies, you may ask? Well, to get the platinum you’ll naturally have to get all the other trophies as well. Following and understanding the gravity of every situation its storyline will help you do that. Finish all the episodes, set a couple of events into motion differently than in your previous play through, and you’ll get that platinum in no time.
Another game that only requires from you to play the game in order to get the ultimate achievement. There isn’t anything much more to it than that, except that the game can be challenging at times, but luckily you’ll have enough rounds to resolve these problems. The game offers eleven gold and one platinum trophies and all that can be yours for only five hours of gameplay. That’s right. Finish the game, shoot some robots and you’ll add one more to your trophy list.