London 2012: The Official Video Game achievements

London 2012: The Official Video Game

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There are a maximum of 44 London 2012: The Official Video Game achievements worth 2,029 (1,000)

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Gold, Gold, Gold! in London 2012: The Official Video Game

Gold, Gold, Gold!55 (20)

Earn 9 Challenge Stars in a single Challenge Set

  • Unlocked by 1,202 tracked gamers (13% - TA Ratio = 2.75) 9,159  

Achievement Guide for Gold, Gold, Gold!

ELpanda feliz
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ELpanda feliz
Achievement won on 07 Sep 12
TA Score for this game: 1,870
Posted on 07 September 12 at 13:29, Edited on 07 September 12 at 13:30
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I did it on the first challenge, with two controllers (me playing both).
To get the 9 stars, you have to do
1. 170 point with the javelin (an average of 85m wich is easily done, even without the golden javelin)
2. 220 points with archery (quite difficult, you want to have the golden bow (you can get it if you have all gold medals in Medium Olympics Game)
3. 800 points in Archery Attack (not sure of the translation)
This event is in 3 round: 1 of 60 seconds, 1 of 50 and 1 of 40.
To do the 800 points, you must get the bonus : X2, X3, +25 points, +50 points and Time Bonus. The last two are the must to hit as you can imagine. The 50 points only appears in the last round. The order of apparition is something like that: X2 or X3, Time Bonus, X2 or X3, +25 or +50.
You have to avoid the penalties : a big circle in the center of the target with P1 or P2 in it. They subtract points to the other controller.
And of, course, the golden bow is a bit of an advantge.
Good luck, focus with the wind and the Force be with you and you will be allright.
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