10 Hardest Xbox Game To 100 Percent Complete

These Xbox games will keep you busy for days.

Achievements were one of the many new things that the Xbox 360 brought to the table. When you reach max gamerscore, it means you’ve finished the game and done everything in it. All of this is connected to your Gamertag, so anyone can see what hard things you’ve done.

There are a lot of hard game achievements, but keep in mind that just because a game is hard doesn’t mean it will have a hard list of achievements. Often, a finishing is so hard because it will take hundreds of hours to finish.

Cloudberry Kingdom

Cloudberry Kingdom

Most of the hardest Xbox games to finish have a lot of hard awards, but Cloudberry Kingdom only has one. That one, on the other hand, is one of the hardest things ever done. In order to win Shenanigans!, you have to beat all 320 rounds. You might think that the last levels would be very hard, but they are much harder than that.

Even getting to the last two levels will take you tens of hours, and when you reach level 319, you hit a solid wall. Getting through without dying seems like something a tool-aided bot could do, but not a person. On TrueAchievements, only 14 people have beaten all the levels, which is a very small number.

Dead Or Alive Xtreme 2

Dead Or Alive Xtreme 2

Dead or Alive Xtreme 2, which came out in 2006, might be the first Xbox game to take a crazy number of hours to finish. Getting every item and swimsuit with all nine names is the most important part of the process.

The swimsuit process works like this: for each character, collect all of the swimsuits that are only worn by that character. Then get a second set, but give them all to one of the other characters. Do this to the other women seven more times, and then play a different role and do it all over again. Depending on how much money you have and how lucky you are with the women, playing the fixed version can take more than 300 hours.

Rare Replay

Rare Replay

Rare Replay is a good 300-hour game because it has 200 awards and 30 games in total. Some of the games in the collection are very hard, and others, like Perfect Dark Zero, have a lot of multiplayer awards that will take a long time to get. The collection is very different, which makes things even worse.

Most of the first games are from the ZX Spectrum, and most of you won’t be interested in them. There are also so many different types. If you want to finish this game, you have to be a huge fan of Rare. It’s crazy to think that only about 350 TA members have finished such a famous Xbox game.

Halo: The Master Chief Collection

Halo: The Master Chief Collection

Getting to the end of Halo: MCC isn’t just another game finish; for some people, it’s a life goal. You’ll need to spend well over 600 hours to get all 700 awards. Halo MCC might be the hardest thing to finish of all time because it is very hard and takes a long time.

The most obvious hard job is to finish every game on Legendary with all skulls on, but there are plenty of other hard achievements as well. For example, the one in Halo 2 where you have to get through most of the first level without getting hit. The different sets also take up a lot of time that isn’t needed. Halo MCC is possibly the most important Xbox game to complete.

Trials Evolution

Trials Evolution

The Trials series has some of Ubisoft’s best games. Because the game is so fun to play, it’s no wonder that every Trials game has a long list of difficult achievements. Trials Evolution is the main series game that the fewest people have finished. Riders of Doom, the second DLC pack, is where you can get the really hard awards.

First, there’s Ultimate Endurance II, which needs you to get to level 16 in Neverending Trials. After level eight, the game gets much harder, and if you fall, you have to start over at level one. Then there’s Wail of the Banshee, where you have to use the Banshee bike to beat five hard tracks in a row without making a mistake. Try not to choke at the end, or you’ll feel terrible.

Hi-Fi Rush

Hi-Fi Rush

Hi-Fi Rush, which is Tango Gameworks’ best game so far, has a long list of hard-to-get achievements. The main thing that makes it so hard is that you have to finish the whole Wall of Fame. To do this, you must get a S rank on every level, no matter how hard it is.

The main task is on par with Devil May Cry 4 and 5, and it might even be harder because getting S ranks requires a good sense of rhythm. This is especially true on the more difficult modes. Some people just don’t have a good sense of rhythm, and this Wall of Fame process will stop them from getting 1,000 gamerscore. At the time this was written, not even 280 TA members had finished this game.

Ninja Gaiden Sigma

Ninja Gaiden Sigma

Ninja Gaiden games are known for being hard, and Ninja Gaiden Sigma has the hardest Xbox finish of all of them. Not only do you have to beat every difficulty, but you also have to get the highest score in every story. Many people who play Ninja Gaiden don’t pay much attention to how you rank.

This makes it even harder to get to the Master Ninja rank on the hardest mode. On top of that, you must complete every task in task Mode on Master Ninja. There are a total of 76 tasks, and most of them are hard. It’s not hard to understand why only about 100 TA members have finished this game.

Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition

Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition

The DMC4: Special Edition is better than both Hi-Fi Rush and Devil May Cry 5. Like those two games, most game types require you to beat the game on all difficulties and get a S rank on all levels. The Bloody Palace, on the other hand, makes DMC4 a bit harder.

In DMC5, all you have to do to win is use all four characters. In DMC4, you can beat Slope Game with five different characters and earn more awards. The hardest is beating Bloody Palace’s final boss, Dante, without taking any damage. Getting to him already takes a long time, so messing up and having to redo the whole building feels terrible.

Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz HD

Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz HD

Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz HD is a good remake of the original Wii game. It’s not as good as Banana Mania, but it’s still a good game. Even though it looks cute and kid-friendly, this challenge is for the toughest of the tough. The two hardest achievements are finishing every world without using a continue and beating the Expert level in Time Attack.

If you do the second option, you have to play through all ten worlds without stopping or getting a game over. At that point, this completion is only for experts because Worlds 9 and 10 are very hard, and it’s a Herculean job to beat them all in a row without losing the game. This game is hard enough that not even 100 members of TA have finished it.

Friday The 13th: The Game

Friday The 13th: The Game

Friday the 13th: The Game is one of the best scary games you can play with other people. It’s a lot of fun, but it can seem like it takes forever to get all the awards. Again, there is only one really hard thing that stands out. That’s The Final Chapter, which makes you play 1,000 matches as Jason.

Keep in mind that only one of the eight players can play as Jason. That’s only a 12.5% chance every time you play, and the odds are against you. To do this right, it would take more than 300 and maybe even 400 hours. Even if you boost, it takes a crazy amount of time because you have to finish every game.

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