Tokyo 42 Achievement List Revealed

By Ashley Woodcock,
In our coverage of Mode 7's Tokyo 42, the development team's very own Paul Kilduff-Taylor was relentless in his attempts at the game's Cop Drop mode, which he initiated by killing a few innocent civilians, causing the police to come swooping in to take him down. Very soon, we will get the chance to set our own scores and if there's not an achievement (or a few) tied to this mode, I think we'll all be very surprised.

Tokyo 42 screenshot

After this barrage of videos where Paul only used a pistol, we finally got to see different weapons in action even if it was in the same mode. Hopefully, the achievements will be tied to the different weapons available as well as the story, possibly other game modes, and for general exploration through this wonderful looking and unique take on Tokyo. Check out what the newly revealed achievement list has in store for us.

There are 19 achievements worth a total of 1,000 Gamerscore, none of which are secret:

Name Description Gamerscore
Escape Complete Intro 10
Budding Assassin Act 1 completed 75
Getting In Act 2 completed 75
No More Meds Story completed 75
Swish Got a grenade through the hoop 15
Redline Bike race completed 25
Triple Kill Killed three enemies with one grenade 25
Public Enemy #1 Reached highest level in copdrop 25
Whoops Killed yourself with a grenade 15
Completionist All missions completed and all collectables collected 75
Mount Sillyad All secret portals unlocked 75
Weapon Collector All weapons collected 60
Cat Person All cat skins collected 50
Tokyo Hipster All coats collected 50
Money Hunter All cash drops collected 50
Tourist All Tokyo Tourism sights found 50
Ninja All ninja missions completed 75
Ronin All ronin missions completed 75
Roninja All roninja missions completed 100
Ashley Woodcock
Written by Ashley Woodcock
Assistant News Manager for TrueAchievements and member of the Newshounds team since 2010. Lover of completions, tough achievements, shooters, action, adventure and racing titles, hip-hop, Wu-Tang, and the NBA. I can be found working on the never-ending backlog which you can see my progress on via my TA blog.