Have you even come close to nabbing these achievements?
Everyone loves seeing a new feat cocktail up in your favourite videogame. Completed the diversion on Hard? Have an achievement. 500 Multiplayer Kills? Have another… but there are some gaming trophies which are only doled out to the best of the best.
And they need some critical loyalty to get.
You competence consider that completing a diversion on the top problem is already flattering brutal. Perhaps those achievements you get for collecting all of the game’s other achievements are just out of your grasp?
But these are even worse. By utterly a lot. You’ll see what we mean.
Here are the 10 many formidable gaming achievements we know.
10. Rock Band 2 – The Bladder of Steel Award (Xbox 360/PS3)
Rock Band 2 isn’t accurately famed for its scandalous difficulty, but this feat requires a lot of persistence. The Bladder of Steel Award is handed out for toppling the Endless Set List 2 but pausing or unwell a song.
Not so bad… solely the setlist tops out at six-and-a-half hours long.
Depending on your selected instrument, that’s six-and-a-half hours of palm cramps, blisters and positively no toilet trips. Bladder of Steel, indeed.
9. Garry’s Mod – Yes, we am the genuine Garry (Steam)
This one isn’t difficult, as much as damn-near impossible.
Garry’s Mod was combined by diversion developer Garry Newman, and to get this feat all you have to do is record into the same server on his hit sandbox multiplayer game. It really is as easy as that.
Except, Garry doesn’t actually play the game.
There was a brief duration in 2015 when people who looked like Garry were causing others to incidentally get the achievement, but this has given been fixed. Basically, there’s now no way to get this feat at all, unless you occur to convince Garry to help you out… but we wouldn’t bank on it.
8. Gears Of War 3 – Seriously 3.0 (Xbox 360)
Every Gears Of War diversion has a ‘Seriously…’ feat (which generally involves a ruin of a lot of in-game grinding), but this is suspicion to be the misfortune of the lot. The strange Gears Of War demanded ‘only’ 10,000 kills in ranked multiplayer. Gears of War 2 wanted 100,000 kills on any diversion mode.
Now, Gears Of War 3 wants you to collect every Onyx Medal.
But that’s a lot worse.
There are 65 Onyx Medals in total, which cover flattering much all you can do in the game. This means 500 MVP ribbons, 3000 compare wins, 6000 kills with 6 opposite weapons, First Blood a sum of 3000 times, completing 240 campaign chapters but dying, as good as 55 other assorted (and comparatively brutal) challenges. Hardly seems worth it to me.
7. Mega Man 10 – Mr. Perfect (Xbox 360/PS3)
All you have to do for Mr. Perfect is finish Mega Man 10.
Easy, right? Except, you can’t take any damage. At all. Not even a tiny bit.
This feat can be finished on any difficulty, so you’ll substantially wish to give this a go on ‘Easy’, but that really doesn’t help all that much.
Just consider about all you’ll have to go by to get that achievement. It needs pointing timing by all the height pieces as good as completing every singular boss battle but being hit.
Get a burst wrong, and Mega Man will raze into little blue orbs and you’ll have to start all over again from the very beginning. Sadistic.
6. Metal Gear Solid 4 – The Legendary Hero (PS3)
All you have to do is get every other Metal Gear Solid 4 trophy. Sounds simple, right?
Well… not so much. If you wish to get your hands on this glossy Platinum Trophy, you’ll have to finish Metal Gear Solid 4 a smallest of eight times. And that’s if you conduct to get every prize at the first probable opportunity. That’s also not the hardest part.
You’ll need to obtain the Big Boss Emblem… and that means personification by the whole diversion on the hardest difficulty, but dying, but alerting any guards, but killing anyone, and but using any health liberation items.
Oh, and you need to do it in under 5 hours.
5. Mortal Kombat – My Kung Fu Is Stronger (Xbox 360/PS3)
Another one of those ‘do everything’ achievements, Mortal Kombat’s chronicle is staggeringly huge.
To get ‘My Kung Fu Is Stronger’ you’ll need to win 100 fights, finish 100 fatalities, perform 150 X-Rays, and brief 10,000 litres of blood. Quite a target, right?
Oh, and you’ll have to do that for every impression – that’s 28 times over. Not to mention, you need to shelve up 24 hours of diversion time for any and every fighter.
That’s a grand sum of 672 hours personification Mortal Kombat. At the least.
4. Halo: The Master Chief Collection – LASO Master (Xbox One)
This one is a lot harder than it sounds. The whole Halo series was recently re-released for Xbox One, and the LASO Master feat requires you to finish Halo 1, 2, 3, and 4 on ‘Legendary’ difficulty… but you have to have all the problem skulls activated.
What does this mean? Well, it creates it a lot harder than just legendary.
Each of the skulls adds a opposite modifier – some make enemies chuck some-more grenades, others double rivalry health, then there’s one that disables your radar… you get the picture. It’s some-more than just a formidable run. It’s hellish.
3. Dead Rising – 7 Day Survivor (Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS4)
If you’ve played Dead Rising, you’ll remember Infinity Mode – a fun little diversion after you’ve finished the diversion which hurdles you with staying alive. Basically, your health constantly depletes, and you have to span the zombie-filled mall to find food and splash to feed it, and tarry as prolonged as you can.
But for the achievement, it gets ludicrous.
You remove one retard of health every 1 notation and 40 seconds… and that means losing your whole health bar every 20 minutes. For the achievement, you need to tarry for a towering 14 hours. Oh, and there are no saves, either.
2. Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter – World Champion (Xbox 360)
This Ghost Recon feat doesn’t really ask much… just to turn the best player in the whole world. Seriously. World Champion (Multiplayer) requires you to turn the universe series one on GRAW’s global personality board.
What does that mean?
Well, back in it’s heyday, you could design a 2 – 3 month grub for this prestigious trophy. But these days, it’s even harder… after all, the diversion is 11 years old and according to those who’ve nabbed the desired achievement, it only gets worse with time.
Apparently, only 0.89% of players have managed to get this achievement.
Talk about ‘elite’.
1. War Of The Worlds – we am Arthur Clarke (Xbox 360)
War Of The Worlds is a quirky little sidescroller expelled around XBLA, and it’s also fiendishly difficult. We’re not articulate ‘so tough it’s fun’ possibly – it’s just officious cruel. The misfortune partial is that War Of The Worlds is so pointless – you can find yourself gunned down by enemies that aren’t even on the screen, and the controls are awkward at best.
The ‘I Am Arthur Clarke’ feat requires you finish the diversion in a singular sitting, but dying. Not as easy as you consider when a pointless laser can gun you down but notice.
For many years, feat hunters suspicion this one was impossible. But apparently, there are at slightest two gamers who managed it. Still, it must have taken a ruin of a prolonged time… and a lot of patience.
Have you bagged any of these achievements? What’s the best you’ve managed to get?