|01-19-2013, 09:04 PM||#1|
Don't be stupid!!!
Join Date: Jul 2010
-Estimated achievement difficulty: 7/10
-Offline: 31/39 (845)
-Online: 8/39 (155)
-Approximate amount of time to 1000: 25-40 Hours (depends on willingness to boost)
-Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1
-Number of missable achievements: 1 (Long Way Down)
-Do cheat codes disable achievements?: Yes
-Does difficulty affect achievements?: Yes
-Glitchy achievements: None
-Unobtainable achievements: None
-Extra equipment needed?: None
Welcome to Prizefighter. The achievements in this game are somewhat difficult and can be time-consuming, unless you can find yourself a boosting partner. There are cheats available for this game, but be warned that they will disable achievements and you will have to dashboard from the game and reload it to remove the cheats affecting the achievements. There is only 1 missable achievement and that is 'Long Way Down', which is obtained for defeating all 41 fighters throughout your career and has to be done in a single playthrough of the career mode.
Step 1: Career on Amateur/Contender difficulty
First i would start by completing the career mode on either amateur or contender difficulty. If you are new to fighting or sports games, then you may want to start on amateur to learn how the game works, but if you have some experience with fighting or sports games, then you should start on contender. While playing through your first career mode, i would suggest that you stay conscious of the 1 missable achievement and be sure to fight and defeat every fighter, without skipping any. This missable achievement will be easier to do on the easier difficulties. After completing your first career, you will have unlocked at least, 427 with 'Long Way Down' or 385 without it.
Step 2: Career on Champion difficulty
After completing the career on an easier difficulty, you should have enough experience to attempt it again, but on champion difficulty this time around. Champion difficulty is somewhat more difficult than contender, but should still be manageable after gaining some experience in your first playthrough. You should concentrate on just getting through this career and not worry about any other achievements that you can obtain throughout career mode. After you have completed your career on champion difficulty, you will have earned yourself a well deserved 100.
Step 3: Single player clean-up
After you have completed all career related achievements you should proceed to earn any single player achievements you may have left over. A majority of these achievements can be earned while playing in 'Exhibition' or 'Training' mode, both of which are accessed from the main menu.
Step 4: Online
The community of this game is relatively empty and you will certainly struggle to find players to have fights with. With that in mind, it is highly recommended to find a boosting partner to fight with and take turns, letting each other win until you have 50 wins each, earning you 4 achievements worth 75. While you are going for your 50 wins, you should be conscious of the other online achievements, requiring you to win with certain fighters, win under certain conditions or play consecutive matches. There is 1 online achievement that will be very difficult to obtain, due to the fact that the community is so quiet. This will undoubtedly need to be boosted and will require 8 people to boost successfully.
A difficult game, with a very distinct lack of online community will make this a pain to unlock all of the achievements. I would suggest you try to enjoy your time on this game as your will, will be tested in your journey to 1000, but if you get there, you will have surely earned it.
Huge thanks to Rajeanero for the awesome sig.
|01-20-2013, 06:15 PM||#2|
Guide Team+Grifter's Boss
Join Date: Dec 2008
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