The Shadow of the Colossus guide is a good source for all players, hardcore and casual alike. You can find information on the basic and more advanced concepts of the game, including secrets and combat tips for more difficult encounters.
Here is some basic data that should be ingested at the beginning of the game.
Frequently Asked Questions
The Frequently Asked Questions section offers answers that correspond with the content seen in the previous versions of the game.
- How do I increase my health and stamina?
- Unlocking time attacks
- How do I repeat the colossi encounters?
- How do I get the Harpoon?
- How to change Agro color?
The walkthrough contains a list of all colossi encounters, strategy for each encounter and the list of vulnerable spots of each boss.
- Colossus 1 - Valus
- Colossus 2 - Quadratus
- Colossus 3 - Gaius
- Colossus 4 - Phaedra
- Colossus 5 - Avion
- Colossus 6 - Barba
- Colossus 7 - Hydrus
- Colossus 8 - Kuromori
- Colossus 9 - Basaran
- Colossus 10 - Dirge
- Colossus 11 - Celosia
- Colossus 12 - Pelagia
- Colossus 13 - Phalanx
- Colossus 14 - Cenobia
- Colossus 15 - Argus
- Colossus 16 - Malus
After the credits
Beating the final boss does not mean that the game is over. There are still many challenges and trophies left to win.
Patrick "YxU"Homa (www.gamepressure.com)
About Shadow of the Colossus Guide
Author : Patrick "yxu" Homa for gamepressure.com
Translator : Filip "Asfalto" Jaron
last update : January 31, 2018
Use the comments below to submit your updates and corrections to this guide.
Shadow of the Colossus Video Game
- genre: Action
- developer: Bluepoint Games
- publisher: Sony Interactive Entertainment
- platform: PS4
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