- Estimated trophy difficulty: 9/10
- Offline trophies: 53 (38, 13, 1, 1)
- Online trophies: 0
- Approximate amount of time to platinum: 38–56 hours
- Minimum number of playthroughs: 2.5
- Number of missable trophies: 0
- Glitched trophies: 0
- Does difficulty affect trophies?: Yes
- Do trophies stack?: Yes
- Do cheat codes disable trophies?: None
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Shadow Warrior is a reboot of the 1997 first person shooter game of the same name, published by Devolver Digital for the PS4 in 2014. The majority of the trophies are the standard ‘kill x amount of enemies with a certain weapon or ability’ and, as long as you are aware of the requirements for each one, should come fairly easily throughout your first playthrough. Also note that you can check your progress towards all trophies under ‘Statistics’ in the main menu.
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PASSO A PASSO
Step 1: Complete the game on normal difficulty
The first step is to complete your first play through on normal difficulty. During this step you should focus on gathering all 106 collectibles in the game, as well as unlocking as many of the kill related trophies as possible. Make sure to work towards ‘Hoodlum’ as well, as it would be useful to get this out of the way as soon as possible, as it would with ‘Defused’. It is recommended that you scan through the trophy requirements beforehand so you are aware of what is needed from you before you begin. Remember to loot every corner of every room you find yourself in to obtain as much ammo and money as possible, as well as unlocking as many weapon upgrades, powers, and skills as you can. Finally, make note to create a separate save file at the start of every chapter so you can revisit them in the future as there is no chapter select.
By the end of step one you should have unlocked at least:
Cole Blooded Killer
Armed And Dangerous
Step 2) Gather all trophies not already unlocked, except for ‘The Power’, ‘Sensei’, ‘One Man Army’ and ‘No Ordinary Wang’.
After completing your first play through on normal you should have unlocked all the difficulty related trophies except for heroic, all the collectible trophies, and as much of the kill related trophies as possible. Now is the time to farm for the trophies you may not have already unlocked, such as ‘Demolition Man’ and ‘Cookie Monster’. Reload the relevant save and begin boosting to unlock them. Look to the trophy descriptions for more information.
By the end of step two you should have unlocked:
Agent of Mayhem
Hell on Earth
Alice in Shadowland
Step 3) Begin your EX Mode (NG+) playthrough
In order to obtain ‘The Power’, ‘Sensei’ and ‘One Man Army’ trophies, you need to start EX Mode which is basically New Game+. You start over with all your weapons and upgrades already unlocked. In this playthrough you need to gather all the money, Karma and Ki Crystals needed to unlock the remaining upgrades, skills, and powers. Most people should find this comes around Chapter 5 and beyond this there is no need to continue playing.
By the end of step three you should have unlocked:
One Man Army
4) Complete your heroic play through
This is the difficult part! Completing the game on heroic difficulty is certainly a brutal experience. Enemies require much more hits to take down yet they kill you, at times, in a matter of seconds and checkpoints are disabled meaning that each time you die you must restart from the beginning of the chapter and do the whole thing over again. All this must be done on a fresh playthrough as you cannot earn the trophy by completing it in EX mode. More details on the Heroic difficulty can be found in the trophy guide. Complete a full playthrough on heroic to earn ‘No Ordinary Wang’ and, in turn, the Platinum trophy!
By the end of step four you should have unlocked:
No Ordinary Wang
GUIA DE TROFÉUS
Unlock all Trophies
Congratulations, you win
Kill 100 enemies in campaign mode
See Cold Blooded Killer
Kill 500 enemies in campaign mode
See Cold Blooded Killer
Cold Blooded Killer
Kill 2500 enemies in campaign mode
This is fairly straightforward and should come naturally over the course of your first play through towards the end of the game, some of the final few chapters have a lot more enemies to kill which should boost up your total count significantly. Shaman’s continuously spawn enemies until they die so if necessary, you could delay killing the Shaman for a while and just focus on killing the enemies, increasing your kill count.
Kill 20 enemies using only environmental damage in campaign mode
See Demolition Man
Agent Of Mayhem
Kill 150 enemies using only environmental damage in campaign mode
See Demolition Man
Kill 1000 enemies using only environmental damage in campaign mode
An enemy has been killed by environmental damage when the direct cause of death is from an external factor, such as a car explosion, electrocution from a fuse box and so on. This trophy is unlikely to be unlocked naturally so it’s recommended that you boost it with the ideal spot being at the very beginning of Chapter 2.
Upon starting the chapter, save your game via the main menu then begin running up the hill and gather all the demons in the area so that they follow you. Lure the demons towards the numerous cars, vending machines and fuse boxes in the area, then shoot these environmental objects so that they explode and kill the demons surrounding them. Once all enemies have been killed, walk into the arcade and shoot the arcade machines to kill the three demons on the first floor then walk upstairs to kill the two remaining enemies with the same method. The arcade machines kill the enemies by electrocution, and so this also contributes towards the ‘Raiden’ trophy at the same time.
After this has been done, reload your save file and continue to redo the process until you earn 1,000 kills from environmental damage and the trophy pops.
Obtain 5 power upgrades in campaign mode
See The Power
Learn 10 skills in campaign mode
Armed And Dangerous
Buy 5 weapon upgrades in campaign mode
See One Man Army
Obtain all power upgrades in campaign mode
To see the list of power upgrades which are available, press and use and to move to the power upgrade screen, before using and to move between the different types of powers available.
Each power upgrade requires one ‘Ki Crystal’. One crystal can be found in each chapter, except for Chapter 5 which has two. The second is a secret, refer to ‘Mr Jones’ for more details. Once you finish your first play through you will still need 6 more crystals and these can only be obtained on ‘EX Mode’ (NG+). This trophy will be earned in Chapter 5 of your second play through if you obtain both crystals available.
Learn all skills in campaign mode
To see the list of skills available, press the and use and to move to the skill screen, before using and to move between the different types of skills available.
To learn a skill requires one karma point, which can be earned over time by killing enemies. The game provides more karma points for Katana kills so it’s a good idea to use that as your weapon of choice when trying to earn karma. However, you will still not earn enough Karma points on your first play through so instead this trophy will be earned on your second (EX Mode). You should have enough karma points for all the skills around Chapter 5.
One Man Army
Buy all weapon upgrades in campaign mode
To see the list of weapon upgrades available, press and use and to move to the weapon upgrade screen, before using and to move between the different types of weapon upgrades available.
Each weapon upgrade requires a specified amount of money which is obtained through looting chests and as reward for killing certain enemies. There is a skill available for purchase called Rich Man under the Luck section which increases the amount of money found. However, you will still not find enough money for all the upgrades on your first play through, this should be earned around Chapter 5 of your second (EX Mode) play through.
Destroy 50 destructible items in campaign mode
Destroy 250 destructible items in campaign mode
Destroy 1000 destructible items in campaign mode
This is fairly straightforward. Many items are destructible such as the furniture and windows in the buildings, plus the signposts and bikes found outside. From the moment you start your first playthrough, use your Katana sword to hit and destroy as many destructible items as you can find and this should pop midway through your first playthrough.
Find 5 secrets
See Mr. Jones
Find 25 secrets
See Mr. Jones
Find all the secrets in the game
There are 106 secrets in the game. All are statues or pools of blood, with the exception of one Ki Crystal in Chapter 5.
Kill 5 enemies within 10 seconds on normal or higher difficulty setting in campaign mode
You should be able to kill five enemies within 10 seconds easily enough, it shouldn’t be much of an issue. Find a group of enemies and use a high powered weapon such as your machine gun, crossbow sticky grenades, or rocket launcher to kill them as quickly as possible. Aim for headshots if you’re having trouble as this will bring the enemies down quicker.
Kill 3 enemies with one shot on normal or higher difficulty setting in campaign mode
This can easily be obtained using the rocket launcher to fire at a group of three or more enemies stood closely together. You should have no problem earning this. Make sure you’re on normal difficulty or higher for the trophy to pop.
Kill a Shaman on normal or higher difficulty setting in campaign mode
You encounter the first Shaman in Chapter 5, below is a picture of a Shaman.
The Shaman spawns lesser demons for as long as it remains alive, so you should concentrate all your firepower on the Shaman to bring him down as quickly as possible. The only time you should focus on the lesser demons is when the Shaman forms a shield to surround him, making him invincible to all forms of attack for as long as it remains active. The only way to bring the shield down is to kill the lesser demons that it has spawned.
Note, however, that Shaman’s are useful to farm certain kill related trophies that you may need. If you want to, you can hold off killing the Shaman and instead attack the constant stream of enemies that it summons through whatever method needed to get a trophy you’re after. Once you’re done, kill the Shaman to end the battle.
Kill 10 enemies within 15 seconds on normal or higher difficulty setting in campaign mode
Kill 5 enemies with one shot on normal or higher difficulty setting in campaign mode
See Hell on Earth
Kill a Berserker on normal or higher difficulty setting in campaign mode
You encounter your first Berserker in Chapter 10. They are a pain to kill, as they are very powerful and require a lot of firepower to bring down. Below is a picture of two Berserkers.
The key to defeating them is to take advantage of their attack pattern. Stand in front of an indestructible object such as a pillar or wall and as the Berserker charges towards you, boost sideways out of the way just before it hits you. This will cause the Berserker to hit the object, temporarily stunning it and exposing its weak spot i.e. the orange lumps on its back. Shoot at the weak spot as much as possible before the Berserker regains full consciousness then repeat the process until it dies to earn the trophy.
Kill 15 enemies within 20 seconds on normal or higher difficulty setting in campaign mode
Many will find they unlock this naturally as the game frequently throws large amounts of enemies at you at once, particularly as you progress to the later chapters. However, if this trophy is a problem, there are a few chapters you can revisit.
At the beginning of Chapter 8 as you run up an abandoned track, many enemies spawn and attack you. Round them up then whip out your machine gun (preferably with the akimbo upgrade) and fire at them when they’re grouped together. You should be able to find 15 enemies in this location.
Another spot would be near the start of Chapter 14 when you approach a large Japanese temple with numerous human enemies waiting for you outside. Round them up, bring out your rocket launcher and fire at them to almost guarantee you 15 kills within 20 seconds so long as they’re close together. This is the ideal location to earn the trophy.
Finally, at the end of Chapter 16 you encounter a fight in the courtyard. By the time you’ve got half way through it things get pretty hectic with Shamans and demons spawning everywhere. Using your machine gun or rocket launcher, you should be able to rack up the kills pretty quickly.
Hell On Earth
Kill 10 enemies with one shot on normal or higher difficulty setting in campaign mode
Not too long after beginning Chapter 14 you’ll find yourself in front of a large temple with many human enemies stood outside. Gather them all into one spot and use your rocket launcher on the pack of enemies. You should be able to kill 10 with one shot if they’re close enough together, earning you this trophy but also Berserk if you haven’t got it already if you continue to shoot a few more rockets at the pack before the 20 second time limit is over.
Another ideal spot to earn ‘Hell on Earth’ if you miss the above location is in Chapter 16. Mid-way through you will encounter a very long bridge and, as you reach half way, numerous enemies will spawn along it. Wait until they gather themselves close together and fire a rocket at them to earn the trophy.
Kill 75 enemies using sticky bombs in campaign mode
Sticky bombs are an upgrade available to purchase for the Crossbow weapon. To shoot the sticky bomb press , then to trigger the bomb. Simply get 75 kills with it to earn the trophy.
Dismember 500 enemies in campaign mode
You can easily dismember enemies with your Katana. This should come naturally without any need to boost it within the first few chapters if you use the sword continuously.
Kill 50 enemies with a demon heart in campaign mode
Occasionally some enemies will drop a demon heart when you kill them. Pick it up off the ground, move towards a group of lesser demons and press to use it. Any lesser demons within a close radius will explode and die. Gather a second heart and repeat the process until you kill 50 demons.
Kill 100 Mother demons before they explode in campaign mode
Mother demons are the green enemies who explode naturally if they get too close to you, and drop green balls which are also dangerous. Below is a picture of a mother demon.
Simply use your pistol to kill each mother demon that you encounter before they explode naturally. This should come in your first playthrough without much trouble if you kill everything you encounter.
Burn 100 enemies to death in campaign mode
You can burn enemies to death if they come into contact with environmental explosions that don’t instantly kill them, such as from a red barrel but the easiest method is to use the flamethrower unlocked in Chapter 9. Fire the flamethrower continuously at 100 different enemies until they die to unlock this trophy.
Kill 50 enemies using a demon head in campaign mode
You need to unlock the headhunter skill with one karma point to be able to pick up demon heads, which will drop from each Warlord that you kill. Select it from your weapon wheel and use it to kill as many enemies as you can before the ‘ammo’ runs out, then pick up the next one you encounter and repeat the process until you kill 50 enemies with them.
Kill 100 enemies using katana special attacks in campaign mode
There are three different katana special attacks that can be unlocked. The first, Divider of Heavens, is unlocked naturally in the first chapter. The other two, Circle of Iron and Wing of Crane, can be purchased with karma points. Each have their own button combination to activate which can be observed below. Simply kill 100 different enemies with these three special attacks to unlock the trophy.
Divider of Heavens: ,
Circle of Iron: ,
Wing of Crane: ,
Kill 50 enraged demons in campaign mode
Lesser demons which have been participating in combat with you for a long time without being killed will eventually transform into enraged demons. This transformation is easily observable as they raise into the air and are surrounded by lightning, before falling back to the ground again and are coloured much darker, move faster and deal more damage. Kill 50 different demons in this enraged state to unlock the trophy. You should not need to farm this trophy, it will likely come naturally as you play through the story.
Obtain 200 massacre bonuses in campaign mode
A massacre bonus is awarded if you kill two or more enemies one after another in quick succession. This trophy will almost certainly come naturally as you play through the story, there is no need to focus on it.
Kill 50 crawling demons in campaign mode
Sometimes enemies will lose one or more limb and crawl along the floor after they’ve been attacked. They will eventually bleed out and die naturally, so you should kill them with a weapon before this happens to earn the merciless in game bonus. Repeat this process on 50 different crawling demons to earn the trophy.
Pin 50 enemies to walls with crossbow bolts in campaign mode
An ideal spot to farm this trophy is in Chapter 14. As you approach the entrance to the large temple near the beginning of the chapter, there will be many human enemies standing outside. Fully upgrade your crossbow, save the game via the main menu, then gather all the enemies outside the walls of the temple. Hold to fully charge the crossbow bolt then when an enemy is directly in front of the wall, shoot it at the enemy’s chest and hopefully the bolt should push them back to the wall and hold them there and give you the ‘nailed’ bonus. Attempt this with all the enemies present then once they’ve all died, reload your save and repeat the process until you’ve nailed 50 human enemies to the wall and earn your trophy.
Kill 50 enemies ensnared in water trap in campaign mode
Purchase the Water Trap power (under ‘Flux’) from the powers menu, then activate it in front of the demons you come across using the button combination + . They will be temporarily held in the air, kill them before they drop to the ground then repeat this process 50 times to earn the trophy.
Kill 50 stunned enemies in campaign mode
Purchase the Tiger’s Roar power (under ‘Shockwave’) from the powers menu, then activate it in front of the demons you come across using the button combination + . They will be temporarily knocked to the ground, kill them before they stand again then repeat this process 50 times to earn the trophy.
Kill 100 enemies with explosive environmental objects in campaign mode
Explosive environmental objects include those such as red barrels, cars, and motorbikes, which all explode into a ball of fire when shot. When one or more enemies are stood next to these environmental objects, shoot them to cause them to explode, killing the enemies nearby. Repeat this process on 100 different demons to earn the trophy. See Demolition Man for more information.
Electrocute to death 100 enemies in campaign mode
Enemies can be electrocuted by shooting at certain environmental objects when the enemies are directly next to them, such as fuse boxes, vending machines, and arcade machines. When one or more enemies are stood next to these environmental objects, shoot them to cause a surge of electricity to hit the enemies, electrocuting them to death. Repeat this process on 100 different demons to earn the trophy. See Demolition Man for more information.
Decapitate 50 enemies in campaign mode
Enemies can be decapitated easily with the Katana if you aim it at their heads. Kill 50 enemies by decapitating them to earn this trophy. It is likely, however, that this will come naturally with time without focusing on it if you use the Katana regularly.
Kill 50 burning enemies in campaign mode
An enemy can be set on fire by shooting at explosive environmental objects when enemies are next to them, such as red barrels. However, it is recommended that you wait until Chapter 9 when you unlock the Flamethrower, making this trophy significantly easier. Using the Flamethrower, set an enemy on fire and then kill it with a gun or your sword before it burns to death naturally from the fire. Repeat this on 50 different enemies to earn the trophy.
Kill 50 enemies with a headshot in campaign mode
As the trophy implies, kill 50 enemies by shooting at their head to earn this trophy. The pistol has a very useful auto aim ability when you aim down the sights, making it easier to target the head. It is recommended that you use this weapon.
Complete the game on normal or higher difficulty setting
Story related. This trophy will pop as you watch the final cutscene on your first play through.
No Ordinary Wang
Complete the game on difficulty Heroic
It has been reported that some people are unable to use their Ki Crystals in heroic mode. Some find that the bug only occurs when they open up the powers menu instantly after receiving the crystal and that waiting a few seconds before opening it usually works but this is not a consistent solution that helps everyone. It does not appear to be a common glitch but either way you should check to see if it affects you after receiving your first one so if it does and you have to restart, you won’t be losing much progress.
Heroic difficulty is unlocked once you complete your first playthrough on any of the other difficulties, including casual. To earn this trophy you must complete heroic on a fresh new play through (not EX Mode) meaning you start from the beginning without any weapons, powers or skills unlocked. Do not underestimate heroic, it is totally unforgiving. Enemies take substantially more hits to be brought down while they can kill you much easier and checkpoints/saving mid-chapter is disabled meaning each time you die, you must start again from the beginning of the chapter you are on. Below are some tips and tricks to make the experience a bit more bearable.
The best weapons in my experience were the katana and crossbow. The only katana ki attack I purchased was Divider of Heavens. Purchase the Aswang Hunger skill as this provides a HP increase each time you hit an enemy with DoH plus the Kenshi skills to increase your damage. The HP boost makes this invaluable on heroic and should be your primary weapon for all encounters with lesser demons. Meanwhile, a fully upgraded crossbow is one of the best ways to take down flying demons and the larger enemies such as Warlords, Shamans, and Berserkers. Remember to hold to charge the attack before using it to increase its damage.
– Acquire the healing powers and the increases to max HP from the restoration and mind section with karma points, as well as drain soul skills for the possibility of a ‘second chance’ at the edge of death. If you fall to 1HP, Drain Soul provides a 50% damage boost and five seconds to kill a demon. If you kill one within the time limit, you’ll be revived with 50% of your HP so it can be very useful in dangerous situations! The protection powers are also beneficial when using the katana to make the close up melee combat with the demons a bit more manageable. HP skills should be your main focus in the first few chapters.
– You should also definitely purchase all the skills under the knowledge section to boost your damage which is vitally important, as well as the Kenshi skills under the Katana mastery section to boost your sword’s damage output. Damage increase skills should be your second priority after health upgrades.
– Purchasing Water Trap/Flux is a good idea or Shockwave if you prefer, to temporarily disable enemies if things are getting too difficult.
– Finally, stamina upgrades are highly recommended to boost out of difficult situations when flooded by enemies or when low on HP and you need to recover some of it.
Your biggest problems will likely come from Chapters 13 and 16. Chapter 13 is very long, stay patient and remember to take regular breaks if you die. The melee warpers (teleporting demons) are a real pain in this chapter. Be sure to never get surrounded by them, particularly if they’re enraged as you’ll die before you even notice your HP decreasing. Keep boosting out of the way and use charged Divider of Heaven attacks to kill them. It’s a good idea to have a general idea of the chapter layout before you go into it so you know what to expect.
Meanwhile, Chapter 16 has the notorious courtyard fight with a seemingly endless stream of demons, warlords, shamans and Berserkers. The rocket launcher is useful here. Fire all your rockets at the Shamans to kill them as soon as possible while avoiding the Berserker. You should also be prepared for the Zilla fight after the courtyard. Once he is almost dead he will start reviving himself and you must keep hitting to stop him. However, the first time around he revives himself so fast it is almost impossible to stop him. I spent 30 minutes with no luck. If you’re struggling, let him revive himself 6 times. He gradually slows his revival rate down and by this point you can finish him off with little effort. (If you’re playing on the latest patch this might no longer be an issue) There are a few Guides that can be found on the internet and YouTube which offer different ways of approaching the chapters to help you out.
Pay attention to the enemies fighting you at all times. Sometimes you believe you’ve killed an enemy only for it to become a crawler off screen and kill you! Make sure they really are dead. Always take note of your environment. On heroic it is far too easy to die in one hit from a car or barrel explosion or firing your rocket launcher too close so the damages reaches you too. Always try to clear an area of explosives with your pistol from a distance before engaging in combat if possible, this will be sure to save you from a few frustrating deaths in the later stages of each chapter. Additionally you should note that if you are eager to get through the chapter it’s very possible to boost or sprint your way off a staircase or bridge and die. This is a cheap death on heroic, don’t make this mistake!
I just got my platinum for this game, and for those who like me struggling with Heroic difficulty here some level skips. Lets start with chapter 12, there some skips before it, but don’t do it, you miss karma, money and ki crystals, and they are needed for upgrades to survive last chapters fights.
Chapter 12. Good news everyone, we can skip whole chapter, just get to the base entrance and follow video.
Chapter 13. The longest level in the game, no big skips, but still some fights can be avoided including arena fight with warpers, and they are most dangerous foes in the game. Video starts after big arena fight with Zilla and demons.
Also I found nice spot to lure berserks one by one and dispose of them safely in the last two berserker fight.
Chapter 14. It could be skipped entirely, but it’s very hard to do, I will give link in the end of the post. Second option is to skip a few fights in the pit with wisperers cage. Video starts just after entrance to the pit. Remember, after you climb up top, don’t open all chests, if you get near turret the turret and berserker fights will trigger and this can break the game, greed is bad guys.
Chapter 16. Aaahhh the infamous chapter 16 and courtyard fight. You can skip entire chapter but it very, very, VERY hard to do, again link in the end of the post. Much safer option is to skip straight to courtyard fight, video starts right at the level start. Most challenging part is first roof jump, get on the railing, dash along it and just as you hit little column near end push jump, just keep going, after a few tries you can do it almost every time.
Ok, now lets see how pro gamers do it This is link to shadow warrior 55 minutes speedrun, this guy as amazing, whole video is just one moment. Chapter 14 skip at 41:33, chapter 16 skip at 48:00, just remember this skips are very hard to replicate, try them only if you are really stuck, they can get on your nerves very quickly.
Kill a Warlord on normal or higher difficulty setting in campaign mode
You encounter your first Warlord at the end of Chapter 2, they are very distinctive large enemies with some powerful attacks. Below is a picture of a Warlord.
They can shoot paths of fire at you, enrage nearby enemies and use a ‘rope’ of sorts to pull you towards them before hitting you with their cleaver. However, they can easily be taken down with your own weapons such as the machine gun or crossbow sticky bombs. There are no tactics to killing them other than avoiding their attacks and continuously shooting at them until they die.
Defeat Gozu on normal or higher difficulty setting
Story related, you encounter Gozu in Chapter 6. Killing him is not too challenging, though confusing if you’re not aware of the tactics. Weapon ammo and health will continuously spawn around the edge of the arena, you should pick some of this up not only help you with the fight but also to supply you for the upcoming chapters.
Certain components of Gozu’s armour glow distinctively compared to the rest. Keep shooting at the glowing armour until it falls off, exposing a crystal underneath. You will also see the crystal’s ‘health bar’ appear underneath Gozu’s. Use a weapon, such as the Machine Gun, to shoot continuously at the crystal until the health bar runs out. A segment of Gozu’s health will then deplete. Repeat the process on all the glowing pieces of armour until Gozu dies, while simultaneously avoiding his attacks through boosting or sprinting out of the way. Complete the battle on normal difficulty or higher to earn the trophy.
Defeat Mezu on normal or higher difficulty setting
Story related, you encounter Mezu in Chapter 11. Weapon ammo and health will continuously spawn around the edge of the arena, you should pick some of this up not only help you with the fight but also to supply you for the upcoming chapters.
Upon starting the fight, stand on the highlighted circle on the ground for approximately 10 seconds until the bar at the top of the screen runs out. Once the bar runs out, Mezu will fly over to the arena. As with Gozu, certain components of his armour will glow. Shoot them to reveal a crystal, then shoot the crystal to eventually deplete some of Mezu’s health.
Repeat the process and you’ll find eventually that when he flies over to the arena, he will try to close two doors which have opened up on the ground. As he does this, his wings will glow blue. Shoot at them as quickly as possible as you did with his armour. As you repeat the same tactics and Mezu’s health declines further, he will then remain in the arena. Shoot the glowing armour on his chest to reveal the crystal, then shoot the crystal to eventually kill Mezu. Complete the battle on normal difficulty or higher to earn the trophy.
Defeat Xing on normal or higher difficulty setting
Story related, you encounter Xing in Chapter 17. By now you should be used to the pattern of the previous two bosses and this battle is no different. This is the final chapter so feel free to use all your most powerful weapons to bring him down such as Akimbo Machine Guns, the Crossbow and your rocket launcher.
At the start of the fight, shoot the glowing plates of armour until they fall off, exposing the crystal underneath. Shoot at the crystal until a segment of Xing’s health bar depletes. Once you do this, Xing will fall off the bridge and you will have to walk forward through the chapter to progress to the second arena. His attacks in the first stage are typical of what you should expect by now, including shooting balls of energy at you and creating a pathway of explosions targeted at you. Boost away from these to avoid them.
In the second stage of the fight, Xing’s chest piece will be glowing. Shoot at the armour until it falls off and exposes the crystal underneath, then shoot at the crystal until a segment of his health bar depletes. Boost away to avoid his new attack of trying to suck you forward to make you fall off the edge of the arena. Once completed, progress through the doors to enter the final stage of the battle.
In the third and final stage of the fight, you simply repeat the same tactics as before, while using the same boost method to avoid his attacks, which are also all the same. Destroy the final crystals on his body to kill Xing and complete the game.
Alice In Shadowland
Kill 10 evil rabbits
Occasionally you will encounter two rabbits ‘mating’ with pink hearts floating above them (yes, you read that correctly!). You may encounter them at any point throughout the game but if not, an ideal spot to locate two is at the very beginning of Chapter 16. Save your game, then hit them with your sword. When you do this a dark, ‘evil’ rabbit will appear which is very aggressive and deals a high amount of damage. Continuously attack the rabbit with your Katana until it dies. Then, reload your save and repeat the process 10 times until you earn the trophy. This trophy popped at 13 kills for me rather than 10. If you reach 10 kills and still haven’t unlocked it, then keep repeating the process and it should still come eventually.
Find all fortune cookies
Fortune cookies can be found spread out across all the chapters. Once activated, a fortune message will appear on the screen. Find a cookie, save your game then pick it up. After the message has appeared, load your previous save and repeat the process until the game has cycled through all the possible messages that can appear. This takes a long time but the trophy will pop eventually.