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  1. lol that's true. I just checked and I have 163 hours of total play time. Basically less than 200 hours with grinding, more than 600 without.
  2. This. Season 3 is way more generous with zeni rewards. The new challenges are mostly things that you do anyway like super dash 5 times or play 3 casual matches; that and the Tournament of Power modes where you can easily grind while doing something else. They sometimes do events where you have to play x amount of matches for rewards, but if you do the maximum required amount of matches you also get the rewards from the previous requirements. For instance, play 5 matches gives you 150k, 10 matches 350k and 20 matches 500k, at the end you would get a million total.
  3. I play both the Switch and PS4 versions regularly. Since Switch doesn't have trophies I never grinded for zeni in that version, just regular story mode, arcade, practice mode and online stuff. I have played 675 hours and I had 16 million before the 5M reward. PS4 is harder to know since it doesn't have an easy way to know how much you've played (c'mon Sony) but I'd say I have more than 100 hrs with grinding and online play and I have 19 million zeni thanks to the reward.
  4. Hey guys, here's some big news! DBFZ has sold 5 million copies, and as a thank you every player who plays from today May 20th to the 28th will get 5 MILLION ZENI!!! Go claim yours by loggin into the game and hopefully this will grant that 20M zeni trophy for some of you.
  5. Hi! Do you know if those new weapons deal more damage or have any special benefit?
  6. Well remember you'll get zeni once in a while by increasing your rank. Also you still need to beat story mode which gives you zeni too. It's still a pain in the ass but at least is faster than previous methods.
  7. Thanks, I fixed it
  8. Hello fighterz. As you may already know, season 3 of DBFZ is here. Among the many new changes there's a new mode called FighterZ Dojo, where different tutorials and challenges can be found. Inside the dojo you can talk to the guy in the reception to compete in the Tournament of Power, and there compete for varios zeni prizes. Eventually you'll come across a tournaent called Elite Tournament: Push it Pass the Limit that rewards you 30 000 zeni by beating 3 CPUs with low life (your team has low life too). This challenge can be done in less than 5 minutes if you are somewhat good at the game by spamming assists and simple combos. Also, every win gives you 300 zeni (so 30 900 per run) and every time you beat the tournament you'll receive experience that will eventually increase your level, which gives you extra zeni. I completed 10 runs with low effort, and only one took a little more than 5:00, the rest of them were between 4:15- 4:45. This means you can easily get 300k in less than an hour. Here's a video showing the mode and even when it's not perfect I was able to do it in 5 mins. If you come up with a faster team let us know here. Now go fill those pockets with zeni!
  9. EDIT: I already received a code from someone, but if you have a code to donate please share it here. Hi, fellow racers. As you might already know, Activision has launched a promotion for Xfinity customers in the US, in which you loggin to your Xfinity account here in order to receive a code for an exclusive kart, the Xfinity Flash Kart. This is a very, very exclusive promotion since only Xfinity customers are able to receive a code, and thse service is only provided in the US, however there's a ray of hope for us outside the US since the codes are not region locked, and people have discovered that they can be used twice. If some of you guys here are Xfinity customers and have already redeemed your codes, please share them here so more of us can have the kart. I would really appreciate you post it here or DM me one. Thanks!
  10. I agree with everybody else, 20M for a trophy is ridiculous. I have played for almost a year on Switch, 500+ hours between story mode and online matches, earning zeni through z unions, special events, etc. , and I only have earned 10M.
  11. Exactly, that's what makes it great. It also includes a digital book with story bits, art, etc., but since there's no trophy for reading that most people won't care.
  12. Dude this game will sell like hotcakes on Switch, while PS4 won't get that many sales based on the responses on this thread.
  13. First time being part of this, and it's a cool idea to recognize the work of others when it's due. Here are my votes: Trophy Guide of the Year: Monster Hunter World Trophy Guide. The amount of content and detail that had to be put in the guide is insane. Exceptional Niche Game Guide: Reverie Trophy Guide. Very well put and extremely helpful. Exceptional Use of Formatting: Shadow of the Colossus: Time Trials & Items Guide. A perfect complement to the SoTC guide I wrote. The creator of that guide definitely put a lot of effort into it. Exceptional use of Original Content: Stardew Valley Trophy Guide. I didn't use it specifically for the PS4 or Vita versions of the game, but was very useful when playing on another platform.
  14. From my own trophy guide, which is waiting for approval: After beating the game once, you'll be able to play Time Attack Mode. Now, if you beat the game on HARD, go ahead and beat all Colossi on Hard TA. After that, manually create a save file, then go back to the menu and start a new game +, but this time choose NORMAL. Choose the save file you created and beat all 16 colossi again, but this time it would be way easier. By doing this you will have all the items from HARD and NORMAL on the same savefile, which is needed for this trophy.