Catlateral Damage is one of the strangest PlayStation 4 releases of the month, but it also has one of the best and easiest trophy lists. The first-person game sees the player take control of a cat with just one objective – to knock over as many of your owners belongings as possible. Game modes include a race against the clock to knock over a certain number of objects, or free play where the player tries to cause as much chaos as possible.
There are 33 trophies in Catlateral Damage, including a platinum (or ‘Pawlatinum!’ as it is called in the game). The list is made up of 17 bronze, 10 silver, 5 gold, and 1 platinum, most of which are simple. Trophies are awarded for knocking over a certain number of objects, for completing levels, for high scores, or even for taking a nap. However, the titles and descriptions for the trophies are the game’s highlight. There are two that stand out in particular, one called ‘Big Meowth’ and the other ‘Bigger Meowth’. The respective descriptions for these trophies are ‘meow a lot’ and ‘meow a whole bunch’, without giving any specifics about how much ‘a whole bunch’ is. Catlateral Damage’s trophy list is a fun, and quite simple one to work through.