Guide By: Wozamil
There are 11 Trophies that can be earned in this title.
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-Estimated trophy difficulty: 3 (Trophy Difficulty Rating)
-Offline: 11 (1 / 5 / 5)
-Approximate amount of time to 100%: 5-8 Hours
-Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 3+
-Number of missable trophies: 1 (BOOM! Hat Shot!)
-Glitched trophies: None
-Does difficulty affect trophies? Yes
-Do cheat codes disable trophies? No Cheats
-Special Hardware Required: Requires 2 Move controllers
Fast Draw Showdown on PS3 is an HD upgrade version of the 1994 classic arcade shooter with Move support. You will play as an old west gunslinger and the premise is simple. Draw your gun (Move controller) and shoot the enemy before he does the same to you.
Step 1 - Play through each difficulty.
The game has three difficulty levels: Deputy, Sheriff and Marshall. Each game, or tournament, lasts around 25 minutes. The first thing you want to do before starting up the game is go to the settings menu, then profile, and change the number of lives to infinite. While playing through each, try to work on earning as many badges as you can. See Fully Decorated for a list of the badges you need to earn and Quick Draw for general tips on how to quickly kill a gunslinger in a shootout. There is one missable trophy, BOOM! Hat Shot! that you have only one chance at and you'll have to replay the game from the start if you miss it. You'll have a few chances at this as you'll have to play through the game several times.
Step 2 - Cleanup remaining single player trophies.
You will most likely need to replay the game a couple more times to earn any remaining trophies and badges. You most likely will not face each available foe during your initial playthroughs as the ones you face are random. Refer to the badge list found in the guide under Fully Decorated for a list of all the badges, or in game under the loot section of the badges menu to see which ones you have, or are still missing.
Step 3 - Play multiplayer.
Multiplayer in this game is local only. This can be done easily with one person and two Move controllers. There are only two trophies tied directly to multiplayer, Pistols at Dawn and Six Shooter. There are badges that can only be found here as well and you'll need these for Fully Decorated.
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|Earn all of the Badges|| |
The game has 26 badges that must be earned. From the main menu you can select badges, then loot, to view all the current ones you have and are missing.
- Finish the First Round in Deputy Mode
- Finish the First Round in Sheriff Mode
- Finish the First Round in Marshall Mode
- Finish a round without have a single Foul
- Beat a previous fast time
- During a scene, don't shoot a single bullet
- Get a sharpshooter bonus (headshot)
- Finish the Third Round in Deputy Mode
- Finish the Third Round in Sheriff Mode
- Finish the Third Round in Marshall Mode
- Beat the tournament in Deputy Mode
- Beat every scene of a round without dying in Deputy Mode
- Beat every scene of a round without dying in Sheriff Mode
- Beat every scene of a round without dying in Marshall Mode
- Play your first round of Quick Draw 2 player mode
- Play your first round of Showdown 2 player mode
- Get a Foul
- Shoot 6 bullets in a scene without hitting anyone
- Beat the target time by 1s for every opponent of a round on Deputy Mode
- Beat the target time by 1s for every opponent of a round on Sheriff Mode
- Beat the target time by 1s for every opponent of a round on Marshall Mode
- Complete a round with the crosshair turned off (Turned off in the profile under settings)
- Beat the tournament in Sheriff Mode
- Finish a round by using 1 bullet per opponent
- Beat the tournament in Marshall Mode (See Quick Draw for tips)
- Earn all the badges
Shooting six bullets in a scene without hitting anyone is a bit tricky due to the description. This will require you to actually shoot six times, reload, and then kill the target. Do this one on an easier difficulty, and attempt it on a target where you are given 3 or more seconds. To reload, just point your controller off the screen and hit the button.
|Fastest gun in the west|
|Beat Wes Flowers|| |
Story related, can not be missed. This is the final opponent you face during round 8, the final round. On Deputy difficulty, you have .43 seconds. Anticipate the moment when you have to draw. It never changes so if you can time it just right, you should be able to do it after several tries. You'll see him flinch his shooting hand about four seconds before he draws.
|Get a fastest time of .50 or less for 20 shooters|| |
This will take a little practice, but it will become much easier after some time. There are several gunslingers that you must kill in .50 or less during your playthroughs so you will probably get this naturally. If not, just start up a new game. This is cumulative. See Quick Draw for tips.
|There's a new Sheriff in town|
|Beat the tournament on Sheriff difficulty|| |
Sheriff difficulty is the medium difficulty. As long as you have infinite lives, this shouldn't be too hard with some practice. See Fully Decorated for tips.
|Get a draw time of .30 or less|| |
This sounds much more difficult than it really is.
To help improve your quick draw, hold the Move controller outwards from your body, pointing it at the screen. Then twist your wrist so the controller is pointing at an angle downwards so that the game thinks your gun is holstered. At the moment you have to draw, simply flick your wrist and quickly point at the target and shoot all in one motion. After playing for some time, you will pick up on the exact moment you need to draw. You will see the opposing gunslinger reach for his pistol and you'll also hear a distinct sound. Sometimes you can hear it before seeing it, so make sure to listen.
There's actually a tiny moment before the opposing gunslinger draws that you can take advantage of by drawing before him. This will result in extremely quick draw times. I've had a dozen or so below .30 seconds and going as low as .03.
|Two for one|
|Defeat all the shooters who come in pairs|| |
You should get this by playing through the game several times. Unfortunately, the opposing gunslingers you face each round are slightly random. This means that you'll just have to keep playing until you finally get to attempt each one.
In these rounds, you will have to take out 2 gunslingers. You take them out one at a time. The trick is determining which one is the shooter. Once you take the first one out, you'll be asked to holster your gun and then you'll proceed to take out the second in the normal way.
|BOOM! Hat Shot!|
|Shoot off Junction Jack's lucky hat.|| |
It is random which foes you will face each round, but Junction Jack is normally found between rounds 4-6. This is a highly frustrating trophy because if you miss, you'll have to start a new game. Thankfully, it should only take about 15 minutes on average before you see Junction Jack again due to how quick a tournament is.
For this trophy, you must shoot off his hat. You need to hit the hat without killing him in the process. Aim carefully for the top corner and pray that the hat flies away without dropping Jack. You don't need to kill him for this trophy to pop. This will most likely take a few tries so if you don't get it the first time, don't panic to much because you'll need to play multiple tournaments.
|Pistols at dawn|
|Finish either 2 player mode|| |
From the main menu, select "2 Players" and choose either of the game modes. Each one takes no longer than five minutes so this should be easy. This can be done solo with 2 controllers quite easily. Attempt to take out all the targets in a faster time with the same controller to unlock Six Shooter at the same time.
|Beat your friend in a 2 player game 6-0|| |
See Pistols at Dawn.
|I shot first...|
|Defeat any shooter.|| |
Story related, can not be missed. This will be the first trophy you unlock and you will get it after your first victory.
|Foul Out|| |
Fouling out is done by drawing too quickly in the same match twice. This will most likely occur during normal gameplay at some point.