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Yes, Bentley's Hackpack Does Include Trophies

Posted by Sammy Barker

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Seeing as the mini-games from the recently revealed Bentley’s Hackpack are already included on the full retail release of Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time, we encouraged you to exercise caution before picking up the cheap and cheerful title yesterday. But product manager Cristian Cardona has now confirmed that the spin-off includes its own set of Trophies, making the download a degree more tantalising to addicts like ourselves.

It's worth noting, however, that despite the game supporting cross-play between the PlayStation 3 and Vita, there’s only one set of trinkets to collect. Sadly, we’re yet to find a full list of the awards up for grabs, but we’re guessing that they’ll involve crossing specific score thresholds across the multiple mini-games. Have you picked up the digital release yet? Let us know in the comments section below.

Update: Former staff writer Nathanuc1988 has included a full list of the Trophies below. We are forever in your debt, sir.

[via blog.us.playstation.com]

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User Comments (13)

Gamer83

#1

Gamer83 said:

Still not sure if I'll get this but it is a little more interesting now.

Sonicfan11589

#6

Sonicfan11589 said:

For some strange reason, my vita will "Sync" whenever i go to my trophies app, but it won't actually show up the list of trophies for this game. Has it happened to anyone else?

get2sammybAdmin

#7

get2sammyb said:

@Sonicfan11589 Yeah, I thought that might be the case. This happens sometimes — you just need to sit tight until they get added to the main DB. You won't lose any, so don't worry about it.

Stuffgamer1

#8

Stuffgamer1 said:

I hear tell that while the minigame types are taken from Thieves in Time, the levels themselves are just for this download...and with Trophies, that makes for a pretty sweet deal.

get2sammybAdmin

#9

get2sammyb said:

@Stuffgamer1 It's out in Europe now, so I'll check this out and give some impressions soon. It's cheap enough to make it an impulse anyway! :)

rjejr

#10

rjejr said:

My 8 year old played the demo and for $3 it looks cute enough. And it was actually a bit harder than the actual Sly Cooper game demo so I wouldn't be surprised if these are all new levels. It certainly has better graphics than F1 Race Stars, gaw that game looks worse than SD Mario Kart on the Wii.

Speaking of trophies - is there really no way to see them anymore on the PS3 without syncing first? My 8 yr. old never signs in and the sync was moving so slow we turned it off after 6%.

rjejr

#12

rjejr said:

@nathanuc1988 - Thank you very much, we'll try that later. Guess I'm weird as I just don't see any reason for my 8 yr. old to be online.

Finished the demo for this last night. It would have been more fun with some instructions - I still don't know how to get to those treasure chests in the side-scrolling shooting level - or how to blow up the grenades, I just hit every button until they blow. Still, for $2.99 I've played a lot worse. I think its actually better than Carnival Island and that might have been $40.

Only drawback - as my 10 year old and wife both pointed out - it's a Sly Cooper game in name only. They both thought it would be a short Sly game like R&C: Quest for Booty. My 8 yr. old thought he would at least be playing as Bentley like in he Sly game. But still, not much better in life for $2.99.

Stuffgamer1

#13

Stuffgamer1 said:

@rjejr: The chests can't be collected...they just give you points for as long as you shoot them. The grenades work with R1.

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