Category Archives: Achievement Lists

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 Complete Achievement List (XBOX, PS4, PC – 2017)

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes was a gigantic game with so much to do that I never approached finishing anything other than the campaign.  So the sequel, naturally, is even bigger with several huge hub worlds, a campaign through time and space, and over 200 Marvel characters to find and add to your army of plastic heroes and villains.  Kang is the big bad in this game, and I am going to spare you the bare minimum five paragraph explanation on who he is….but he’s a big bad.  The emphasis is on Guardians and alternate versions of our heroes, but the traditional Avengers are still there.  Get to building.  This one is already out.  Achievements below courtesy of xboxachievements.com. Continue reading LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 Complete Achievement List (XBOX, PS4, PC – 2017)

Star Wars: Battlefront II Complete Achievement List (Xbox, Playstation, PC – 2017)

Star Wars: Battlefront got a lot of things right in rebooting the franchise, but it focused exclusively on multiplayer, had some balancing issues, and had a limited number of locations and characters.  Battlefront II and ME: Shadow of Mordor will eat the rest of my year.  Exponentially more modes, planets, maps, heroes/villains, plus a single-player campaign that looks to have real information for SW fans about the gap inbetween Return of the Jedi and The Force Awakens.  The opportunity to mix all three eras, the gorgeous graphics, and-really-because this is something Star Wars, makes this must-buy.  Plus, free The Last Jedi DLC content will start to arrive free for players the first week of December.  If you bought the deluxe version, you’re a go at midnight tonight, but for everyone else, the game will release November 17, 2017, on Xbox One, PC, and PS4.  Achievements and gameplay details below, courtesy of xboxachievements.com. Continue reading Star Wars: Battlefront II Complete Achievement List (Xbox, Playstation, PC – 2017)

Call of Duty: WWII Complete Achievement List (Xbox, PS4, PC – 2017)

Big budget video games are eschewing the traditional Tuesday video game releases and are now trending more to Friday releases like the blockbusters they are.  No franchise rakes in the bucks like Call of Duty, and the series-after several forays into the future-is returning to its roots with Call of Duty: WWII.  You could be forgiven for mistaking the game for a war film with the graphics quality and the return to the series roots: the familiar Band of Brothers path from Normandy to D-Day.  Achievements below from the Intertubes best site for such matters: xboxachievements.com.  Call of Duty: WWII releases November 3, 2017. Continue reading Call of Duty: WWII Complete Achievement List (Xbox, PS4, PC – 2017)

Assassin’s Creed: Origins Complete Achievement List (Xbox, PS4, PC – 2017)

Once one of my favorite game franchises, Assassin’s Creed has floundered in recent years.  The series had some good installments (Syndicate was especially good), but once they moved through the Ezio Trilogy, the series never captured the mystique of the first four games.  After the movie failed, Ubisoft took some time off and went back to the beginning.  Assassin’s Creed: Origins takes place in ancient Egypt and tells the story of Bayek and the founding of the group that we were first introduced to over a decade ago with Altair in Assassin’s Creed.  It looks amazing.  Here’s hoping it can follow through.  Assassin’s Creed: Origin is out October 27, 2017, and your cheevos are below courtesy-as always-from the Intertubes most ancient and honorable house of achievements: xboxachievements.com. Continue reading Assassin’s Creed: Origins Complete Achievement List (Xbox, PS4, PC – 2017)

WWE 2K18 Complete Achievement List (Xbox, Playstation – 2017)

One of my guilty pleasures is the idiocy and testosterone fueled soap opera that is professional wrestling (I’ve read all of Shakespeare too; I’m a complicated dude).  I’ve not been impressed by past WWE 2K entries.  It’s so hard to master the variety of things that can happen in the squared circle and out of it in the locker room, and I just haven’t seen it successfully done.  Cover star Seth Rollins and RAW GM Kurt Angle go over all the new improvements to the franchise for this year’s edition.  For those KTers who check it out, let me know if they succeeded.  WWE 2K18 is in stores now.  Cheevos below courtesy of the current heavyweight champion of the internet: xboxachievements.com. Continue reading WWE 2K18 Complete Achievement List (Xbox, Playstation – 2017)