A Short Introduction to Samurai Shodown (Samurai Shodown Trophies)
Samurai Shodown is the latest installment in the long-running fighting series. Fortunately for those seeking 100 percent completion, earning its trophies is a simple and straightforward process. In fact, chances are good that they will be able to pick them up by just playing through the game again and again provided that they are participating in everything. However, if interested individuals know what trophies exist, they can go about getting them in a much more focused manner, thus making for both increased efficacy and increased efficiency.
What Are All of the Trophies in Samurai Shodown?
Here are the Samurai Shodown trophies:
This is earned by collecting every single Samurai Shodown trophy.
Earned by beating Story Mode with one character.
Earned by beating Story Mode with four characters.
Earned by beating Story Mode with 12 characters.
Earned by beating Story Mode with 16 characters.
Earned by beating the boss.
Not Even a Scratch
Earned by beating Story Mode having used a Continue.
Is That All You’ve Got?
Earned by beating Story Mode without having used a Continue.
Handed out for beating Gauntlet Mode.
Back from the Dead
Handed out for five successive wins in Survival Mode.
Gale of Fury
Handed out for extending the timer by 150 seconds or more in Time Trial Mode.
Can be had by beating a Ghost 10 times.
Can be had by beating a Ghost 50 times.
Can be had by beating a Ghost 100 times.
Can be had by receiving a Ghost for the first time.
Can be had by fighting a Ghost match.
At Peace with Oneself
Can be had by beating the player’s own Ghost.
Claim this by fighting in a Ranked Match.
Closing the Distance
Claim this by fighting in a Casual Match.
Claim this by fighting in a Team Battle.
Earned by completing every single lesson in Tutorial Mode.
Earned by unlocking 15 movies.
Seven Great Treasures
Earned by unlocking 25 movies.
Earned by unlocking 17 artworks.
Cut Clean in Two
Handed out for using heavy attacks to beat 10 opponents.
Handed out for using Special Moves to beat 10 opponents.
Up in the Air
Handed out for using a Weapon Flipping Technique to beat an opponent.
Flash of Steel
Handed out for using Weapon Flipping Techniques to beat 10 opponents.
Handed out for using a Super Special Move to beat an opponent.
Handed out for using Super Special Moves to beat 10 opponents.
In a Flash
Handed out for using a Lightning Blade to beat an opponent.
Handed out for using Lightning Blades to beat 10 opponents.
Handed out for using a successful Counter.
Predator Meets Prey
Handed out for using successful Counters 10 times.
Moment of Crisis
Handed out for using a successful Just Defense.
Handed out for using successful Just Defenses 10 times.
Bolt of Brilliance
Handed out for using Stance Breaks to knock down the opponent 10 times.
All or Nothing
Handed out for using successful Blade Catches 10 times.
Can be had by filling up the Rage Gauge 50 times.
Can be had by using Rage Explosion 50 times.
Bag of Broken Bones
Can be had by beating an opponent while remaining unarmed throughout the entire match.
Over Before It Started
Can be had by beating an opponent using kicks and nothing but kicks throughout the entire match.
Me against the World
Can be had by winning a perfect victory, which is exactly what it sounds like.
Can be had by beating the opponent within 10 seconds of the start of the match.
Match Made in Heaven
Can be had by using the same character 100 times.
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