-Estimated achievement difficulty: 4/10
-Offline: 37 (960)
-Online: 3 (40)
-Approximate amount of time to 1000: 10-15 hours (Depends on Athletic ability)
-Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 2 playthroughs, Tournament Mode (Cup) League Mode (League)
-Number of missable achievements: None (Different Modes, all re-playable)
-Do cheat codes disable achievements?: No Cheats
-Does difficulty affect achievements?: Yes, Snowboard Cross Master needs to be on Advanced difficulty
-Glitchy achievements: None
-Unobtainable achievements: None
-Extra equipment needed?: Kinect, 2 people (For a few achievements)
Welcome to Deca Sports Freedom, courtesy of Hudson! This game has appeared on the Wii as just Deca Sports. There are many modes throughout such as Tournament Mode, Versus Mode, Open Match, etc. There is also 10 games. The game library includes: Tennis, Boxing, Archery, Paintball, Beach Volleyball, Ddgeball, Kendo, Mogul Skiing, Snowboard Cross and Figure Skating.
Deca Sports Freedom is a very good game, and doesn't require too much hard work. The list of achievements shouldn't strike anyone as difficult, unless you don't have an ounce of athleticism in your body. You won't break a sweat in any particular game, (Boxing may tire your arm, Mogul skiing and snowboarding could could tire your legs) but overall, the games are very simple. Also for an easy 150, just play the 10 sports alone, and then the 10 sports together. It's easy and fun!
There are 37 offline achievements, which total to 960. I first suggest reading all rules and tutorials before you play any game, as doing so will vastly improve your performance. That will net your two achievements, Warm-up Master and Perfect Preparation. Then you should click single or multiplayer, and then choose tournament mode, better known as in the achievement descriptions, Cups. There are three different cups, Local, National, Global, Ultimate, in order from least hardest to hardest. You shouldn't have any problem beating any sport in the Local Cup, along with the National. Global and Ultimate will get considerably harder. What I suggest to do is to find one sport that you are good at, and play all the cups on that difficultly. Once I got to the Global Cup, I played only paintball because it was the best sport I played in. I ended up winning the Ultimate Cup only playing Paintball.
The next mode is League Mode. In League mode, you play a certain amount of sports that the CPU chooses, and you battle 3 other teams to see who can earn the most points. This one is a step up from cup mode because you can't choose the sport to play. You will get 100 upon completing the Ultimate League.
There are only three online achievements in the game. Competition Host requires you to send an invite to someone while playing online. After they have accepted and joined the game, the achievement will unlock. Friendly Player requires you to play a regular Player match Win or Lose, the achievement will unlock after the game is completed. Serious Competitor requires you to participate in an Online Ranked Match. Win or Lose, the achievement will unlock after the game is completed.
There are then some game based achievements. Those (for the most part) are easy, just load up single player and do single or multiplayer matches of the sport specific of your choice. There are about 20 of these achievements to clean up, and only 2-5 are hard.
Enjoy this game: It is fun, relatively easy, and you are now on your way to a full 1000!
[x360a would like to thank JMNELSON for this roadmap]