- Estimated achievement difficulty: 3/10 [somewhat luck dependent] [Achievement Difficulty Rating]
- Offline: 10 
- Online: 2 
- Approximate amount of time to 1000: 30-60+ minutes [somewhat luck dependent] [Estimated Time to 100%]
- Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1 of each of the three modes
- Missable achievements: None
- Does difficulty affect achievements: No
- Unobtainable/glitched achievements: None
- Extra equipment needed: None
Welcome to Garou: Mark of the Wolves, a head-to-head fighter game ported from the original NEOGEO arcade game to Xbox One. As far as NEOGEO games go, this is one of the easier fighters out there, but there is some luck involved in terms of who you're put up against. The achievements are par for the course for NEOGEO games. Let's get started.
The main question for any NEOGEO fighting game is whether there is a character and/or move you can spam to get you through the entire game. The answer for this game is, thankfully, that there is. The character you'll want to use is Tizoc, the character with an eagle head about two thirds through the character list. When you select him, you'll be shown a TOPSET meter for you to choose where the blinking bar goes. This is the most important part of this game. Move the blinking bar all the way to the left. This means that while your health is full, you can do a special attack by pressing . This is the move you're going to spam. Each time the move connects with your opponent, you'll get 14,000 points. Spamming this move in every fight will be the quickest way to reach all of the required scores.
Original Mode is simple enough. You can change the game settings to lower the difficulty, and then use the save states to save after each successful round. You'll have to get decently far into the game, but the enemies should go down quick on the lowest difficulty. Once you hit the score limit, let yourself get beat and choose to upload your score to the online leaderboard.
Caravan Mode is even quicker and easier since the score requirement is so low. After a couple quick fights, you'll be done with this mode. There's no need to upload your score here, so you can quit back to the main menu as soon as you reach the score requirement.
Hi Score Mode is the only mode that can pose problems. The enemies you're paired against can really be a pain sometimes. The guide below has more details. After finally reaching the score requirement, let yourself get beat in the next fight and then upload your score to the online leaderboard. Once you finish this mode, that should wrap up your completion.
This is one of the simpler and quicker NEOGEO fighting games out there. The spamming of one move is really simple to do, making this a good pick for even novices to the genre. The only problematic area is Hi Score Mode, but with a few attempts you should get lucky with the enemies to make it through three fights to get the final score achievement.
[XBA would like to thank Necrophage33 for this Roadmap]