- Estimated achievement difficulty: 2/10 [Achievement Difficulty Rating]
- Offline: 25 
- Online: 0
- Approximate amount of time to 1000: 1-2 hours [Estimated Time to 100%]
- Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1
- Missable achievements: No
- Does difficulty affect achievements: No
- Unobtainable/glitched achievements: Possibly Right On Target (50G)
“Adios is a cinematic first-person game about sticking to a complicated decision.
You're a pig farmer in Kansas. It's October. Cold, crisp mornings are the norm, and you have decided that you're no longer okay with letting the mob use your pigs to dispose of bodies. When your old friend - a hitman - arrives with his assistant to deliver another body, you finally screw up the courage to tell them that you're done.
Your friend doesn't want you to stop. He knows that there's no such thing as quitting, so he'll try to convince you that you're making a mistake. You spend the day together, doing chores and exploring the nooks and crannies of an authentic environment in the American Midwest alongside the man who will be forced to kill you, if he can't convince you to stay.
How you respond will determine the rest of your life. Adios means goodbye.” - xbox.com
Adios is a story-driven narrative. You are a retired hitman who bought a farm and are visited by a former colleague who is trying to get you to unretire. Throughout the game, you will talk about your former life while performing daily tasks around your farm. You will complete such things as milking a goat, feeding a horse and transporting manure. All in a day’s work!
The controls are simple; moves, pushing in sprints, skips through the dialogue, or picks up and throws objects and uses or places objects. To make the game play as fast as possible, sprint everywhere you can and skip through all the dialogue with the exception to the scene “The Goat” as the achievement may glitch.
To keep track of your daily tasks, they are tracked in your journal which is accessed by pressing . You need to complete everything in order to advance the story, and eventually you are given a second set of tasks to complete before getting to the finale.
The game requires only one playthrough. While about half of the achievements are technically missable, none have been labeled as such since there is a scene select after you complete the game. However, if you are following this guide, none should be missed.
The guide below is written in walkthrough format, so each solution tells you the last achievement that you should have unlocked and the next achievement that you should unlock. To follow along with the guide, click on the achievement reference labeled ‘next achievement you will unlock…’ in each solution. The achievements should be unlocked in this order:
- Butcher (50G)
- Piano Man (30G)
- Vinyl Vibes (20G)
- Magnetic Miracles (20G)
- Audiophile (50G)
- Tape Head (50G)
- Bottoms Up (20G)
- A Man of Taste (50G)
- Sniper (50G)
- Right On Target (50G)
- Lazy Bones (20G)
- Hard Worker (20G)
- Fair's Fair (20G)
- Mechanic (50G)
- Nice Try (50G)
- Ace in the Hole (50G)
- Be Seeing You (50G)
- Cut Call (20G)
- Nothing Left to Say (20G)
- Master, Commander (50G)
- Hearty (30G)
- Spicy (30G)
- Meaty (30G)
- Taco Toto (20G)
- Adios, Friendo (150G)
If for some reason you missed an achievement or two, there is a scene select option on the main menu after you complete the game. Use this to earn anything you may have missed.
While this is a generally simple and relaxing game to play, Adios has a decent story but is mostly forgettable. There is no replay value and, let’s be honest, is really only good to boost your gamerscore. And at its current price point, it’s best to wait for a sale if you feel you have to play it.