- Estimated achievement difficulty: 5/10
- Offline: 20 
- Online: 5 
- Approximate amount of time to 1000: 100 hours exactly
- Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1
- Number of missable achievements: None!
- Glitched achievements: None!
- Do cheat codes disable achievements?: No cheats
This game is pretty straightforward but will take a lot of time, especially if you do not have a boosting partner for the online achievements. The single player is easy enough but one or two of the characters will require some skill due to the ludicrously hard final boss (even on easy).
Wartech: Senko no Ronde is basically a fighting game with mechs and most of the points can be acquired by blitzing your way through the single player story and score modes. The toughest aspect of this game is the online mode as literally NO ONE plays the game anymore. You will also be expected to rack up 100 hours of game time which can, thankfully, be done while sat on the menu and then saving your progress when you get bored.
NOTE: That none of the achievements will pop up until the game saves, this is pretty much automatic for the story achievements but for the online and time based ones you will have to manually save on the main menu.
Step #1: Play-through Story Mode
Go to the settings and change the difficulty to Very Easy and you will have very few problems with this. You have unlimited continues so just keep on going until you succeed. The last boss for Ernula and Cuilan is stupidly tough though, so refer to the forums if you are struggling.
Step #2: Play-through Score Mode
The same as story mode except you have to fight everyone with each character this time around. You also have to fight both bosses but you can just deliberately die on these levels as they are effectively bonus missions – once you die you will move on to the next fight.
Step #3: Online and 100 hours
I can not stress enough how important a boosting partner or second console is here. Without it I doubt you will ever rack up 1000 games as there are simply no opponents online. If you do have a partner then just let one player win constantly to get all the ranking achievements and then switch, this should get you to about 400-500 games. After this it doesn’t matter who wins so just keep playing until you hit 1000 games. Once you have done everything you should be still only halfway to 100 hours, so leave the game sat on the menus until you get it. Save periodically just in case you need to switch off or the power goes out.
This is a very attainable 1000 but the need for a boosting partner is paramount, other than that the game is fairly easy in single player and racking up the 100 hours is just a matter of leaving your console on. A bit of a slog overall but nothing too taxing.