Does this have trophies that require me to conform to a different playstyle?

  1. I don't like to look at the trophies in a game until a few hours in and I'm getting the game this weekend, so I wanted to know if there are any kill this many people or get this specific upgrade trophies.

    User Info: Umar10000

    Umar10000 - 5 years ago

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  1. yeah, there are a few of those, for instance, Get your 1rst Takedown (no kill)... Your 1rst Hack, hack 50 computers or doors, get 50 takedowns, civilians don't count.... if you want a complete list, google this Trophies for Deus Ex: Human Revolution..., then it should bring up options for you to click on, choose the one where it say Allps3trophies underneath the option...

    User Info: TheGame50401

    TheGame50401 - 5 years ago 0 0
  2. Beat game without being seen, beat game without killing anyone, some other small ones. But basically, yes.

    User Info: Turismowitabus

    Turismowitabus - 5 years ago 0 0
  3. If you mean to say kill a certain person instead of letting them go or letting someone go instead of killing/takedown them, then yes there is. However for them you save before you kill or let them go and carry on till the trophy pops up. Then reload your save and play it on your playstyle then with out fear of having to do another playthrough for a trophy.

    User Info: Auron35

    Auron35 - 5 years ago 0 0
  4. Turismowitabus is a bit wrong, it's not without being seen...it's without setting off alarms. If you take all the guys out before they can hit a switch or hack all the switches in the areas (also not seen by mechanical security because the alarm automatically goes off if one sees you) then you can be seen till the sun by every last person throughout the game and still get the trophy.

    Only 1 "kill" *insert here* trophy...fake a suicide really, another can be kill but could be knock out or persuade, and then one where you get a hostage free (not really letting the bad guy go). You don't have to save before any of these since there isn't an either or...you do one simple task and that's it.

    User Info: ThFlsh03

    ThFlsh03 - 5 years ago 0 0

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