This is a fun little RPG beat ’em up that has you stripping vampire like beings that use fashion for power (yeah it’s that weird). You’ll have to play through a couple of times to earn all the trophies, but that can be done in under 40 hours. A handy guide can help you with any missable achievements, so make sure to use one.
Inferno has a pretty standard trophy list that requires mostly the act of just playing through the game. There are a few collectibles which you can consult a guide for. The best part is that you can use an Infinite Ammo cheat and the trophies will not be disabled. Go into third person and make sure to have nothing equipped, then quickly press – Triangle, Circle, X, Square, up, right, down, left, Triangle, Square, X, Circle, up, left, down, right.
Assassin’s Creed II may seem like a daunting task when it comes to getting all of the Trophies, but it’s actually not that tough. There are a lot of collectibles, but guides and maps can help with that. The only trophy you need to worry about is the Fly Swatter one, which can be missed. In Sequence 8, make sure to kick a guard while you’re using the flying machine.
Pretty much the same deal as Assassin’s Creed II. The only major difference is that there are no missable Trophies, which is definitely a good thing when you’re working hard to get that Platinum.
Arkham Knight is another open-world game that seems like it would be tough, but it’s not that difficult. It is very time-consuming though, but with some guides you should have no trouble beating the game and getting every collectible.
Most of the Trophies here revolve around decisions and certain actions you can do in the heat of the moment, so you’ll need a guide and at least 2 playthroughs. Still, it can be completed in about 25 hours, and it’s an interesting sort of game if you’re looking for something different.
Like driving fast and crashing into things? Then you’ll have fun for the 20 or so hours it takes to get Burnout Paradise’s Platinum Trophy. Beat the game, unlock cars, get all of the collectibles (you should use a guide for this), and complete some challenges and you’ll race to a higher trophy score.
It may not be a great licensed game, but Captain America: Super Soldier’s top prize is easy to obtain. Beat the game and use a guide to grab all of the collectibles. Once that’s done head into the challenge mode with all of your upgrades and finish that too. You can accomplish all of this in under 15 hours.
A very easy children’s game that you can beat without a guide in well under 10 hours. It’s a bit simple, so you may find yourself a little bored. But hopefully the color and humor can carry you through the short amount of time needed to get the Platinum. Some players have reported getting it within as little as 4 hours, so this should be a piece of cake.
Akiba's Trip: Undead & Undressed (PS3/PS4/Vita)
This is a fun little RPG beat 'em up that has you stripping vampire-like beings that use fashion for power. You'll have to play through a couple of times to earn all the trophies, but that can be done in under 40 hours. A handy online guide can help you with any missable achievements.