– Estimated Difficulty: 4/10
– Offline Trophies: 35
– Online Trophies: 0
– Approximate amount of time to Platinum: 10-12 hours
– Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1+
– Number of missable Trophies: 7
– Number of glitched Trophies: 1 (Boss Batch 3)
– Do cheat codes disable trophies: No
– Acquire Typhon’s Bane
This is a story related Trophy and cannot be missed. You get this item by ripping out Typhon’s Eye in the cave after the first Pegasus flight.
Big, Tuff, Buff and Ruff
– Acquire Rage of the Titans
This is a story related Trophy and cannot be missed. You get this before you leave the first Mountain area of the game.
– Acquire Chronos’ Rage
This is a story related Trophy and cannot be missed. This Trophy is earned around the the area involving the Steeds of Time.
– Acquire the Golden Fleece
This is a story related Trophy and cannot be missed. You get this Trophy before entering the Temple of Euryale.
Rock their World
– Acquire the Head of Euryale
This is a story related Trophy and cannot be missed. You get this Trophy by defeating Euryale in a boss fight, which ends with a quick time event.
Learning to Fly
– Acquire the Icarus Wings
This is a story related Trophy and cannot be missed. This Trophy is earned by defeating Icarus before you fight the Rock Minotaur.
– Acquire the Atlas Quake
This is a story related Trophy and cannot be missed. You earn this Trophy by getting Atlas’ Power, which is gotten before you enter the Temple of Fates.
Death from Above 2009
– Defeat the Dark Rider for the first time
This is a story related Trophy and cannot be missed. You defeat the Dark Rider on the second Pegasus sequence.
– Climb from the pit of Hades
This is a story related Trophy and cannot be missed. After a CG cutscene very early in the game, you have to climb out of Hades. When the hole closes you should get this Trophy.
– Defeat the Titan Minotaur inside Atlas
This is a story related Trophy and cannot be missed. During this fight, you will sometimes have to use the wall to prevent your death. After a few times, a quick time event will come up to defeat him. The Trophy should come up afterwards.
Pick’n on the Little Guy
– Win the battle outside of the Palace of Fates
This is a story related Trophy and cannot be missed. This battle involves a few Cyclops, so it might be a good idea to farm Cyclops Eyes here as long as you aren’t in danger of dying (since it resets your progress). After you finish the last enemy, the Trophy should come up.
Watcha Got on the Hot Plate?
– Solve the riddle on the First Phoenix Statue
This is a story related Trophy and cannot be missed. This one involves a room covered in ice. Make sure you take down all of the ice spikes on the roof to start your way to solving this puzzle.
Whip it Good
– Whip the Steeds of Time
This is a story related Trophy and cannot be missed. You get this Trophy once you finish the quick time event for whipping the steeds.
Lift with Your Knees
– Topple the Temple in the Bog of the Forgotten
This is a story related Trophy and cannot be missed. This one is needed to progress. You need to put two weights on the far side of the temple and complete the quick time event for it to fall into the bog. Once you do that, the Trophy should appear.
– Cross the collapsing Grapple Bridge
This is a story related Trophy and cannot be missed. This is the section immediately after acquiring the Spear of Destiny. It’s basically you just completing a quick time event. When you reach the other side, the Trophy should appear.
– Stone and Shatter 30 Enemies
Just use Euryale’s Head 30 times to shatter enemies then have them die. Friendly fire does count towards the total as well for both stoning and shattering. And so do enemies on Challenge of the Titans. I suggest using Challenge 3 here because you need to stone shatter 25 enemies in order to win the Challenge, and you’ll probably end up getting over 30 most of the time. But most players should get it in Single Player.
Get a 500 Hits Combo
Here’s how I did this Trophy: Start a game on Hard or Titan mode. This way, enemies take a few more hits to kill, thus making it easier to get this Trophy. In the first room, hit a couple of enemies with your Athena Blades then Spam Poseidon’s Rage ( + ) over and over again. You should do this 3 or 4 times overall and you’ll have your 500 hits Trophy. It’s that simple.
Other people have also suggested spamming Cronos’ Rage in the room where you get it.
Hitting Your Stride
– Power up any item
You get this Trophy by powering up any item. The game will let you know when you can power an item up as well.
Eye Can’t Believe It
– Collect all the Gorgon Eyes
You need to collect a total of 18 Gorgon’s Eyes throughout the game. There are roughly 24 chests you can get Eyes from in the game so there is some room for error. If you get them all, Red Orbs will be in their place. If you need a guide, go to the link below. You cannot get Gorgon Eyes in Bonus Play.
Go Make a Pillow!
– Collect all Phoenix Feathers
You need to collect 18 Phoenix Feathers throughout the game to get this Trophy. There are roughly 24 chests in the game that have feathers so you can miss a couple of chests here and there. If you get them all, the later ones will have Red Orbs in them instead. If you need help, go to the link below as a guide for Chests. You cannot get Phoenix Feathers in Bonus Play.
– Collect 20 Cyclops Eyes
There are only 2 places in the main game where you can rip out the eyes of Cyclops. One is where you topple over the Temple in the Bog of the Forgotten and the other is outside the Temple of Fates. You can either farm Cylcops Eyes there OR use the easier method by doing Challenge of the Titans 1 over and over until you have 20 eyes. Just remember to save and go back to the Challenge menu after every time you beat the Challenge or else your progress won’t be saved.
First you finish Challenge of the Titans, it will unlock Arena of Fates. There just pick infinite health and 1 Cyclops Berserker and turn respawn on. I found it a lot easier than fighting cyclops and the riders, who are usually trying to hit me or ride the dude. You also don’t need to restart the challenge.
Boss Batch 1
– Kill the Colossus of Rhodes, the Dark Rider, and Theseus
This Trophy is story related and cannot be missed. The Colossus of Rhodes is what you face in the opening part of the game while you defeat the Dark Rider on your second Pegasus flight. Theseus is the boss you face on the Steeds of Time. Defeat him and this Trophy should appear.
Boss Batch 2
– Kill the Barbarian King, Euryale, and Perseus
This Trophy is story related and cannot be missed. For the first 2 bosses you get items when you defeat them. Not so much for Perseus. He is the boss you face in a room full of water. Defeat him and this Trophy should appear.
Boss Batch 3
– Kill the Kraken and all three Sisters of Fate
This will come after defeating the third Sister of Fate in the Loom Chamber. This trophy is glitched however. It may only appear on a player’s second playthrough OR it will appear if you defeat all the bosses required to get this Trophy in a single sitting (i.e. without turning the game off).
– Defeat Zeus
This is Story related and cannot be missed. Zeus is the final boss of the game. Defeat him and the Trophy should appear.
Rise and SHINE
– Awaken the Phoenix
This Trophy is story related and cannot be missed. You get this Trophy by releasing the Phoenix from lava that is preventing from flying. This happens before you face the Kraken boss (the first fight in Boss Batch 3)
Open the wings of the Temple of Fates.
This Trophy is story related and cannot be missed. This involves killing 2 translators at different points throughout the game, so once you have killed the second one the Trophy should appear.
– Open the door to the Temple of Euryale
This Trophy is story related and cannot be missed. You get this Trophy immediately after you get the Golden Fleece, which will allow you to open the door.
Blowin’ Your Wad
– Max out all Weapons and Magic
There are 170+ chests in the game, most of which contain Red Orbs. There are 18 Gorgons Eyes, 18 Phoenix Feathers and 3 Uber Chests (2 of which are your final upgrades) that you can get. Use the link below as a guide to finding all the Chests. If you collect every chest in the game, you should get this specific Trophy about the time you face the Kraken. The game does provide more than 18 Eyes and Feathers, so don’t worry if you miss one early in the game because it will eventually show up later in the game. You do NOT have to upgrade the Blade of Olympus to get this Trophy and it can be gotten in Bonus Play.
The End Begins
– Beat the Game on any Difficulty
You simply get this Trophy for beating the game.
Feel the Urn
– Collect and use at least 2 Urns of Power
You can get 4 Urns of Power in any of your playthroughs, as well as an additional by completing Challenge of the Titans. In order to get this Trophy, you need to start a second playthrough (aka Bonus Play). You can skip cutscenes to when you gain control of Kratos. Then go to the menu and press or until you see where your Urns of Power are. Simply enable 2 of them and the Trophy is yours.
– Beat the Challenge of the Titans
Here is the hardest Trophy in the game to get. Unlike God of War, you don’t have to do all 7 Challenges in a single sitting. It is advised that you power up and use the Blade of Olympus for these Challenges, as well as all weapons. The best way to illustrate how to do these Challenges is through youtube videos of random strangers destroying them.
Rip out the eye of the Cyclops before time runs out
I did this by using Chronos’ Rage 3-4 times then using the Blade of Olympus once or twice for the mini-game to pop up. I personally did it in 17 seconds.
Kill at least 10 enemies in the air before time runs out
I recommend using the Athena Blades here so you can hold to vault them into the air, then use them to kill them before they hit the ground.
Stone Shatter at least 25 enemies before time runs out
I recommend trying to grab a Medusa because it will immediately attack you. Then you just have to press R2 and whatever button pops up on screen quickly. That way all or most enemies on screen will be in stone, ready for an easy kill which counts towards your total here. Make sure that when you get to 25, you survive until the end of the round. Otherwise you’ll have to start over.
Defend the Translator from being killed. The translator’s health with drain outside of the ring.
This one will cause the most trouble for most people. Save your Rage of the Titans for the end to protect from the onslaught of Satyr’s and Cyclops. You also have to drag the Translator around to prevent him from dying. Make sure you slow down time then carry him to the next circle.
Collect 500 Red Orbs.
This is really simple. Stone Shatter the harpies and just take down the other enemies. You should have this in no time.
Kill all the enemies before your Health runs out
This one is a little difficult, but nothing too daunting. Remember that on the Minotaurs by initiating the mini-game you will gain health back by doing each one successfully and using Rage of the Titans stops your health from draining.
Defeat all the enemies without being hit
This one gave me some trouble, so I basically ending up doing it by just spamming Chronos’ Rage. The best solution is to save the Titan Minotaur for last.
– Switch to the Blade of Olympus
– Use TRIANGLE on the skeletons, and when the button prompt occurs, press CIRCLE
– Once all skeletons have been defeated, new monsters will start to spawn
– Wait until the spawn animation is almost done, then run behind the Titan Minotaur and active Chronos’ Rage (this should damage the Titan Minotaur and kill most of the spawned enemies)
– Quickly jump out before the Titan Minotaur begins his spin attack, and then just spam Chronos’ Rage from a safe distance (this should defeat all remaining spawned monsters and the Titan Minotaur)
15 Min Fight Scene
– Battle your way to the Loom Chamber in under 10 minutes
This fight is actually fun to do and it’s not very hard. Just make sure you have your Athena Blades, Barbarian Hammer, Medusa’s Gaze and Chronos’ Rage all maxed out for this fight. You just have to defeat all the enemies in under 10 minutes. You can quickly roll by holding the and before the animation ends hit to roll again without losing a couple of seconds. The Barbarian Hammer should used against larger enemies and by lightly using Chronos’ Rage you’ll stun enemies, mainly Gorgons to make them easier to take down. It can also be used through the barriers, which can same some time defeating enemies you can’t reach. At the end you’ll face 2 Cyclops so use your Rage of the Titans if you can and spam Chronos’ Rage using . You should make it through the fight with plenty of time to spare if you’re playing it on Easy.
You Know the Germans Make Good Stuff…
– Collect all Uber Chests
See “Blowin’ Your Wad” for a Chest Guide link
There are 3 Uber Chests in the game. You may have to get all 3 chests in a single playthrough. You can get Uber Chests in Bonus Play. The Gift of Experience is where you first chase after the Barbarian King (you easily backtrack there later).
The Gift of Health is where a Translator jumps off the side of the building.
The Gift of Magic is behind a wall and Jet Stream you can break with Typon’s Bane in the Entrance to the Underground.
Trophy of Gaia
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