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Asura's Wrath achievements and trophies guide

Sometimes I Feel Like...

15 Points/Bronze Trophy
Find all the peeping toms at the hot spring.

 During Episode 10: Words of Wisdom, when you are in the hot spring with Augus, you will need to use the right stick to look around.  First look to the right to find the soldier in the water.  Then look all the way to the left to make the big guy move.  Once those two are gone, look up on the cliffs three times to make this hilarious achievement/trophy appear.



Shut Up, Augus!

15 Points/Bronze Trophy
Interrupt your former master's monologue. 

Near the start of Episode 11: The Final Lesson, when Augus is talking to you, there will a small button prompt on the left to “Shut up Augus.’  Press it when it appears and you will throw a punch at him and the achievement/trophy will unlock.



Shut Up, Kalrow!

15 Points/Bronze Trophy
Interrupt the old one's monologue. 

During Episode 9: The Best Laid Plans, when Kalrow is talking, you will be given a small button prompt on the left to “Shut up Kalrow.’  Press it when it shows and you will throw a punch at him and the achievement/trophy will unlock.



Shut Up, Wyzen!

15 Points/Bronze Trophy
Interrupt the fat one's monologue. 

During Episode 4: Old Friends, New Enemies, when Wyzen is talking, you will be given a small button prompt on the left to “Shut up Wyzen.’  Press it when it shows and you will throw a punch at him and the achievement/trophy will unlock.

 



Suffering

10 Points/Bronze Trophy
Complete Part I: Suffering.

 This is part of the story and will automatically be acquired at the end of Episode 6: Confessions of a Mask.



Taking Out the Trash

15 Points/Bronze Trophy
Defeat a certain number of enemies with heavy attacks, lock-on fire, or both. 

For this achievement/trophy, the magic number is 300.  You will need to defeat 300 enemies with a combination of heavy attacks and lock-on fire.  Chances are that most of the kills will come from lock-on fire since when you are given the option to use it; there are almost always many easy enemies to take down.  If you are still missing this by the end of the game, replay Episode 13: Cause and Effect for plenty of targets to take down.



They Don't Stand a Chance

15 Points/Bronze Trophy
Defeat a certain number of enemies while in Unlimited Mode. 

When you fill the Unlimited Gauge, you will then have the ability to activate Unlimited Mode.  To acquire this achievement/trophy, you will need to defeat 50 enemies while in this state.  It’s easier if when you are faced with multiple enemies, to let them gather around you and then perform a heavy attack to hit them all at once. 



The Six-Armed Man

15 Points/Bronze Trophy
Grow a few extra limbs in Episode 5.

This is part of the story and will automatically be acquired during Episode 5: Hollow Victory.



The Truth Hurts

10 Points/Bronze Trophy
Uncover the truth.

This is part of the story and will automatically be acquired at the end of True Episode 18: A Turn of Events. The “True Ending” episode 18 can be accessed by acquiring five S Ranked episodes or by playing 50 episodes.



The Whole Nine

15 Points/Bronze Trophy
Get all the gauges.

The nine Gauges that you need to get for to finish this achievement/trophy. The Avenger Gauge is the default gauge that you start the game with, while the Defender Gauge can be acquired by obtaining 10 A ranks. The Destructor Gauge is acquired by A ranking 3 episodes in Chapter 1;

The Survivor Gauge by A ranking 3 episodes in Chapter 2, and the Thermoregulator Gauge by A ranking 3 episodes in Chapter 3.  

The next batch is used for other achievements and trophies. The Blind Master Gauge is achieved by getting an A rank or higher on all episodes; the Mortal Gauge by S ranking 10 different episodes on any difficulty; the Augur Gauge by completing all episodes with the Blind Master Gauge on any difficulty, and finally the Obliterator Gauge is acquired by completing all episodes with the Mortal Gauge on any difficulty.

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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