I would advise going for this trophy after your first playthrough of the game. At that point every challenge is unlocked, and you can easily access the challenges from the title screen.
The challenges are broken up into 3 groups based on campaign chapter. Each chapter has 4 sections, with anywhere between 3 to 5 challenges per section.
There are 3 types of challenges that you will be asked to complete:COMBAT CHALLENGES
By far the easiest (IMO). Having completely upgraded characters will be extremely beneficial here. You will be asked to either build combos, take less than so many hits, or defeat X amount of enemies in under so many seconds/minutes.
The R1 button is your friend here, ESPECIALLY with Spidey 2099. You can build crazy combos when you have that move maxed (pulls 3 enemies to you). It will also interrupt those shield guys. Amazing Spidey does a web-strike with R1 which, although doesn't hit 3 enemies at once, will still interrupt shield charging baddies AND help with your combos.
Also, the hyper sense/accerated decoy moves are the best here IF PROPERLY UTILIZED. Hyper sense, if activated right before a strike, will actually fill up the special meter as opposed to reducing it (i.e. keep hyper sense going OR give you options with the L1 special moves). Same with accerated decoy. Keep that in mind INSTEAD OF just spamming the ability immediately before battle.ORB COLLECTION CHALLENGES
These will cause some headaches, but they are not that bad if patience and persistence are utilized. I advise on these challenges to simply get the rhythm of the area you are in on your first few attempts, and then go for the gold. Mastering the web zip is crucial here, and on levels with Spidey 2099 if you are on the ground activating your decoy will have you shoot forward about 5 feet incredibly fast (something to keep in mind
).FREE FALL CHALLENGES
These were the worst for me...
Free Fall challenges will only be done with Spidey 2099, but they can be tedious, ESPECIALLY if they are timed.
Like the orb collection challenges, I advise doing a run or two of the course you are expected to free fall in to really understand the layout, and the obstacles that will jump in your face, prior to going for the gold.
Once again, it is all about patience and persistence.
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