Guia Original: http://www.ps3trophies.org/forum/burnout-paradise/12613-burnout-paradise-trophy-guide.html Visão Geral -Dificuldade Estimada: 3.4/ 10 -Offline: 45 -Online: 6 -Conteúdo de Download: 47 -Tempo aproximado para platina: 20-30 h -Número mínimo de jogadas: 1 -Troféus missables: Send a Smugshot or a Mugshot, Complete 10 Freeburn Challenges -Troféus Glitched: Complete 10 Freeburn Challenges -Glitched DLC trophies: Complete 10 Timed Freeburn Challenges, 3x Boost Chain in a GT Nighthawk Trophy Breakdown: 1(P) 4(O) 28(P) 65 (B) Burnout is an arcade style racer that emphasizes speed over realism. Its fast game play, sharp graphics, and free DLC has made it a fan favorite. There are actually 98 trophies total as of right now but 24 of the trophies require you to purchase additional content (10 more have yet to be released). There are also 13 trophies that are related to the free DLC but aren’t required for platinum, leaving 51 total trophies to get platinum. There are no difficulty levels in this game so all trophies can be earned in one play through. The game starts out very easy but gets a little bit tougher as you advance through it. Overall the races are all pretty easy and shouldn’t require you to play them more than a few times to beat. Step 1- Licenses Just go through and beat races until you get the Burnout license. During this time you should go over super jumps as you come across them as well as breaking gates and billboards. Through the new patch these things are much easier to spot due to the graphical updates. The super jumps will glow a blue color, gates will glow yellow and billboards will glow red. To get the platinum you will need to smash 60 of the 120 billboards, run through 200 of the 400 sets of gates, and go off 10 of the 50 super jumps. For this play through just go through them as you come across them, but don’t go out of your way searching for them. Also during this time you should be on the lookout for burning routes. There is a burning route for every car but you only need to complete 5 of them to get the platinum. Every time you get into a new car you should check out your map and see where the burning route for that car is. When you finish a race that ends near the burning route for that car go ahead and complete it. If you stick to this tactic you should have completed 5 burning routes before you get your final license. Other than those few tips just race over and over again. Take note that you can only complete each race once for each license. Once you beat a race on that license a little check mark will appear on it in your map so you know not to waste your time with it. Try to pick races that end near the start point for another race you want to complete so you don’t spend a lot of time driving to and from races. The new race restart feature that was added through a patch will also save you a lot of random driving time. Step 2- Collectibles After you get your Burnout license you can stop doing races and worry about the collectible trophies. Now would be a good time to finish off the super jumps, gates, and billboards that you didn’t get before. Through the pause menu you can see exactly how many of each you have already gotten so you know how close you are. There are maps that point out exactly where all of these “collectibles” are which makes the searching much easier. You also have to find all events and car parks, which are much easier once you have the maps below. You don’t actually have to race every event you just have to start it and then you can exit. By now you should have found most races and car parks but just compare the images below with your map to see if you are missing any. You also have to find a few specific locations and jump a certain super jump, all of which are highlighted in the car parks map. Lastly you have to visit all of the parking garages which can be seen in many of the images below. Billboards Gates Super Jumps Everything Events You can also go to the last link and upload your save file that it will show you the locations of all of the things you still need to collect. There are detailed steps on the site that guide you through the process of doing this, and it will make your searching much easier and quicker. Step 3- Road Rules After this you can worry about the Road Rule trophies. Every street has a Time Road Rule and Showtime Road Rule. You will need to get ten of the time ones to get a bronze trophy so start on those now. Time Road Rules require you to go from one end of a street to the other faster than the goal time. These are pretty easy for the most part and shouldn’t require more than one or two tries to beat. Taken from the trophy guide “to start a time road rule first press up on the D Pad and go to time road rule offline, this then gives you the details of the time you have to beat on that road. Next you'll have to get to the beginning of the road.” There are a few good tips in the trophy guide so refer to that if you are having trouble beating the times. There are a ton of these though and you only need 10 so if you are having trouble with one just try a different street. After this you can do the Showtime Road Rules of which you will also have to only do 10. These require you to crash into cars while you fly through the air and try to cover as much distance as possible. Taken from the trophy guide “Press up on the D Pad until you get to Offline Showtime Rule, or something similar. Then when your ready press L1+R1 at the same time, you should now enter showtime.” To build up your score you should always hit every bus you see because it will increase your multiplier by one every time you hit a new bus. Again, there are some helpful tips in the trophy guide that will assist you in maximizing your score if you are struggling. It is important to not that you don’t have to stay on the street you started on and it is actually better to try and cover as much distance as possible. Make sure that you get at least a 5X multiplier during one of your showtime sessions because there is a silver trophy for that.