Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth – Hacker’s Memory
In the sequel to the popular first Cyber Sleuth game, Keisuke Amazawa must dive into the world of hackers to prove his innocence. Although it is very similar to the previous game, Hacker’s Memory’s combat and story are still excellent and make the game a joy to play. While it is quite a long game, there’s plenty of simple trophies that will unlock organically as you play.
The list is made up of 46 trophies, including 33 bronzes, 10 silvers, two golds, and one platinum. There’s some tricky ones that ask you to do things such as ‘collect 700 types of Digimon medal’ or ‘attain the maximum hacker rank’ but there’s at least 20 trophies that will unlock as you play. It isn’t a game to go for for a quick platinum but it is a great choice if you’re a Digimon fan and are looking to boost your trophy numbers.