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Asura's Wrath achievements and trophies guide

Asura is one angry man and many of the achievements and trophies found in Asura’s Wrath reflect just how pissed off he is. While a number of them are based on the ranks that you receive at the end of each episode, there are plenty that are centered on good old fashioned ass kicking. Lots and lots of ass kicking, because hey, that’s what Asura does best.

 The achievements and trophies aren’t the easiest to come by and a few will require you to play through the entire game a couple of times, but thankfully, with the structure of the game, it makes it a painless as possible. Below we have explained each and every one of the elusively worded rewards to make things a little easier and to help keep the Asura in all of you a little quieter.



A Cry of Anger  

15 Points/Bronze Trophy
Activate Burst a certain number of times.

When you fill up the Burst Gauge at the top of the screen, you will be able to perform a Burst Attack.  Pull off 50 of these and you will get this.  During the main campaign, you will easily pull off 50 Bursts, so there’s not much worry in missing this. 



 A Roar of Fury

20 Points/Bronze Trophy
Activate Burst a certain number of times. 

For this achievement/trophy, you will need to perform the Burst Attack 100 times. During the main campaign, you won’t pull off 100 Bursts unless you replay episodes or start on a new game- which you will need for other achievements/trophies.  There are also times during battles where once you fill the Burst Gauge, you can purposefully miss with the Burst and build up another in little time to pull off another attack quickly.



Anger Management

15 Points/Bronze Trophy
Activate Burst for the first time in Episode 1.

During the first episode, you will be taught how to use the Burst.  Once you use it, you will get this.  



Art Appreciator

15 Points/Bronze Trophy
Get all the illustrations.

Once you complete the game and finish all 18 episodes; along with True Episode 18: A Turn of Events, go to the “Extras” menu and the achievement will pop for you.



Be the Fist

20 Points/Bronze Trophy
Achieve a certain percentage for your overall synchronic rate average. 

At the end of each episode, you are given the record of your Synchronic Rate.   This is the percentage of how well you performed each of the Quick Time Events.  You will get this achievement/trophy as long as your overall average at the end of the game is 80% or over.



Can't Touch This

15 Points/Bronze Trophy
Perform a certain number of counterattacks. 

 The certain number of counterattacks for this achievement is 50.  There will be many opportunities during the campaign to perform counterattacks. Just before an enemy attacks, there will be an indicator, either a Y or Triangle.  Press it and you will attack the enemy for a counterattack.



Can't Touch That

20 Points/Bronze Trophy
Perform a certain number of counterattacks. 

The certain number of counterattacks for this achievement is 100.  There will be many opportunities during the campaign to perform counterattacks, so just as an enemy is about to attack, sometimes a Y/Triangle will appear giving you the opportunity to strike.



CG Collector

15 Points/Bronze Trophy
Get all the CG art.

Once you complete the game and finish all 18 episodes; along with True Episode 18: A Turn of Events, go to the “Extras” menu and the achievement will pop for you.



Deity

90 Points/Gold Trophy
Complete all episodes with an S rank on Hard.

Getting S Ranks on Normal episodes is not too difficult.  On Hard however, they certainly can be a tad more so.  You can just play through the campaign on Hard Mode to try and S rank each episode; however there is a much easier, although a longer way to accomplish this.  The best bet is to use the Obliterator Gauge that will give you a constantly refilling Unlimited Gauge. 

 To get the Obliterator Gauge, you will first need to obtain an S rank on 10 episodes (any difficulty, but different episodes) and you will receive the Mortal Gauge. Then use the Mortal Gauge on Easy Mode and complete the game to get the “Who Needs Health?” achievement/trophy. Once you complete the game with the Mortal Gauge, you will then receive the Obliterator Gauge to run through on Hard Mode. Now you can plow through each episode quickly, but just make sure to still nail the QTEs.



Demigod

30 Points/Silver Trophy
Complete all episodes with at least an A rank on Normal.

To receive an A rank on episodes, you need to have an average of the Time Completed, Battle Points, and Synchronic Percentage to come out to an A or an S ranking.  As long as you nail the Quick Time Event button presses and get through each episode as quickly as you can, you’ll get an A rank easily for each episode.

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11 comments

  • Redeater - February 24, 2012 7:34 p.m.

    @BladedFalcon Jesus Christ you need to calm down. I made a guess about what it is going to get. You are reading way too much of your own anger into one simple comment. The last thing we need around here is another Metroidprimerib. So let us keep the hatred to a minimum deal?
  • BladedFalcon - February 25, 2012 5:34 a.m.

    You're confusing hatred with annoyance XD Hatred is too strong of an emotion to be applied ti this :P Also, if you noticed, it's not the guess itself that annoyed me, it's the way you said it. Saying "I bet it's gonna get an 8" Is not really the same as saying "I bet it's gonna get the ever safe 8" is it? :P Also, you've been in this site a while, and you know there's a history of people bitching about games getting 8s or even 9s for no real reason. So the way you said it made me feel like you were applied that logic in this case. I do apologize if I was incorrect ^^;
  • Javv - February 24, 2012 4:02 p.m.

    I had fun while playing the demo, like watching a crazy anime fight, and got me interested.
  • BladedFalcon - February 24, 2012 3:44 p.m.

    You guys haven't posted out the review yet, but already have guides for the game? Talk about priorities... Seriously, where's the review?
  • Redeater - February 24, 2012 4:11 p.m.

    I'm guessing the ever safe 8.
  • BladedFalcon - February 24, 2012 4:18 p.m.

    What's your problem with 8s? it's not a safe score, it's the third score away from 10 possible ones, meaning the game's pretty good, just not perfect. Why people make such a fucking fuzz about games they want getting 8s or even 9s is beyond me. If you wanted the game to be good, an 8 is usually a safe bet that it's worth purchasing. You can't fucking expect most games you want to get 10s.
  • Javv - February 24, 2012 4:32 p.m.

    8 its a safe score for the customer.
  • BladedFalcon - February 24, 2012 5 p.m.

    Yeah, but I seriously doubt he was referring to what it means to the customer :P
  • patbateman17 - February 24, 2012 5:44 p.m.

    I would point out that 8 is two away from 10, not three there chief.
  • BladedFalcon - February 24, 2012 7:23 p.m.

    Right! My bad XD I was visualizing it as 10 being the first step, 9 being the second step, and 8 being the third step. But even that was wrong, so I apologize for that blunder ^^;
  • patbateman17 - February 25, 2012 4:38 a.m.

    Just busting your chops :) I knew what you meant haha.

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