Eight Million Stories
Complete 'The Naked City'.
This trophy cannot be missed.
Once you have successfully caught the killer the trophy will pop either during or after the final cut scene.
A Good-Looking Corpse
Find and inspect all of the narcotics in Julia Randall's apartment.
This is the first crime scene on the case that you need to go to.
There are 4 narcotics within the building, however only 3 are found within the victim's apartment, while the other narcotic is found on the ground floor of the building.
The first narcotic is found in the victim's bedroom (next to the bathroom) in a pile at the foot of the victim's bed, press
to interact with the pill and then use the left stick to manipulate the pill so that it is thoroughly inspected.
The second and third narcotics are found in the bedroom again. On the right hand side of the bed there is small table with a silver tin on it, press
to interact with tin. Once the tin has been opened there will be another load of pills, however if you press
again to further investigate it will reveal a second compartment containing a bottle of prescribed medication.
Once you have found all the necessary evidence and spoken to the house keeper you will head to leave the building. Once you get down the flight of stairs you will see a bin in the right hand corner, interact with bin and you'll be able to pick up a needle. After inspecting the needle the trophy should appear.
There is another stash of pills next to the victim's body, however you cannot interact with them so it doesn't count towards the trophy.
Tail Henry Arnett from Hollywood Station to the pawnbroker and travel agent without being spotted.
This trophy can be slightly difficult because if you mess up once you have to quit the game to retry.
There are two parts to this trophy, one part is on foot and the other part is in a car. The first part of the trophy is in a car where you have to follow the target without being noticed.
Once you have finished interviewing Henry Arnett at the police station you will be forced to follow him undercover. To stay undercover you need to stay a certain distance away from the targeted car, if you get too close or far away the red car icon will start to flash on the mini map (be aware of that). You also need to keep reckless driving and damage to a minimum otherwise the target will notice. Another good tip I found as well is to hide behind other cars and try to match their speed because the speed other cars drive at is most likely very similar to that of the target's speed.
Once the target arrives at their destination (a pawn shop) you will be forced to follow him on foot for a short distance. Throughout this part the game suggests tip's of going incognito
and taking cover
, although doing so can be useful I don't think it is completely necessary. As long as you keep a far, steady distance away form the target and not draw attention to yourself (e.g. running) you should be fine.
The video I've done is a bit long and boring, but the main idea is to show you where I found it useful to go into cover.
Escort Heather Swanson to Arnett's apartment without damaging your vehicle.
After you interview Mrs. Evestorm at the Evestorm resistance there will be a cut scene where Heather Swanson enters and you are forced to take her to Henry Arnett's apartment.
You need to be very delicate when doing this trophy because any damage to the car means you fail the trophy and you need to retry. Patience is vital because other cars can be sometimes unpredictable, so it's a good idea to try and abide by normal driving laws (keep a slow steady speed and stopping at red lights).
I would also recommend using the default Vice police car, I say this because it has a siren which means that other drivers do their best to avoid you, giving you a slight advantage.
I would also suggest that you plan out a route on the map before starting so you know exactly where your going and the quickest way to get there.
Originally Posted by ONUOsFan
Give My Regards
Shoot every letter down from the tower at the Broadway Hotel.
Once you finally catch up with "Willy" you will have to chase him. After a bit of "parkour" you finally see him start to climb a ladder, this is when you need to start shooting.
As he climbs the ladder you need to start shooting the letters that are on that particular tower, the letters spell out "Broadway". Since it doesn't matter which order you shoot the letters in, I would recommend shooting at the top letters first, this way you risk less of a chance of killing Willy.
The trophy should appear during the final cut scene, as well as Eight Million Stories