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  1. The gamefaqs guide could use a refresh as there are some inaccuracies and the official translation has different names for some of the spirits and stuff like that. I had to jump between the wiki and the gamefaq to make my way through to 100%. I do have to give credit to that original gamefaqs guide as it was made when there was no official english version available. Not to mention, the nature of the game makes it easy to not realize how you triggered certain scenarios or events. There is another forum post on here that talks about having trouble with the king and shambles event and I had no problem doing the event for whatever reason. I hope you enjoy the game when you get the chance to dive in!
  2. Moon is a Japanese "anti-rpg" from 1997 where the player collects love instead of exp and saves the monsters slain by the hero while helping the people of moon world to earn their love. This game is one of my all time favorites after playing it last year on switch and getting the platinum trophy earlier today on playstation. The game certainly isn't for everyone as it moves at a snails pace and really does not respect the players time. Moon has an in game clock and basically every monster and npc follows routines depending on the time and day of the week and from my experience I found it was better to wait and complete one task then try to multitask and fail at two. It makes me think that the game wants you to slow down and move at its pace lol. The closest thing I can compare it to is Shenmue in terms of the pace and problem solving in an open world or maybe point and click adventure games. The art and music are really great and the writing is very charming. Some if not most portions of this game can be cryptic and there is a decent guide on gamefaqs and a Moon Wiki that helped me a lot I have linked them both below. If you are looking to platinum this game be prepared for a couple painful mini games in Xingiskan and the Fishing Competition needed for 100% completion that casual playthroughs should skip since both only reward 1 love point. Those were the two hardest parts of the game hands down where Jingiskan has wonky physics and the fishing competition is really luck dependent. All in all, I think this game is unique and worth your time if you are in to slow adventure style games that require a fair amount of patience. Moon is like a family member that frustrates you at times but you love them anyways Now please... Open the door!
  3. anyone know how hard it is to complete the demon compendium? that one seemed the hardest to me
  4. I was going to buy this until i saw that
  5. I dont see much of a difference between having a macro do an incredibly tedious task or if you do it yourself. It would be a different story if you used the macro for hard get theres but i think the physics are too unpredictable for something like that to work.
  6. How do i lower the resolution? Edit: You have to stop the remote play then reboot and go to settings before starting again. I lowered mine to 360p just to play it safe
  7. I have to babysit the remote play with macro method because my internet connection is just bad enough to randomly lag enough to mess up the rhythm If anyone wants my macro file i'll link it here: Do a run, hover over Retry Level and then start the macro
  8. It took me a minute to realize I could pick any open rail and take my time grinding it for the 5 grinds so long as I didn't bail or go to a marker since I assumed I needed to Manual between grinds to maintain a combo but that is not the case at all. For the 40m you should go to downtown LA like others have posted.
  9. I've been flying around the maps looking for long rails or sets or rails to get the 40 km grind and 5 grinds in one line but am having trouble finding good spots.
  10. Censored and no Platinum
  11. As a Swery65 fan I was hoping to see a platinum trophy for this one considering it's supposed to be $30. I guess I'll wait for a sale or something. What do you guys think?
  12. These codes are floating around on a lot of gaming sites but I figured the more accessible these codes are the better!
  13. Date: detectivemanDate Daigo: the6thheadofTojo Majima: T2OMQ7FM5KBJPOUR Kiryu: S66X7BAQN4ECAEE9 Naito: ELingobernable00 Okada: RainmakerMrOkada Tanahashi: MisterTokyoDome0 Evil: 0Banshee0Muzzle0 Kushida: TheSupernovaRana Toru Yano: BinwanProducer00 Koumei: BLACKPANTSKOUMEI Satsuki: MYSTERYMANSATSUKI Yuji Nagata: NagataLockNAgata Katsuyori Shibata: ShibataGoToSleep Taiga Saejima: VRJR9A7SX9Z6MMTV Amon: 7R30M9ZDUH0MJIA1 Onomichio: 3QXI6YGSH03DETX Strong Machine: STRONGMACHINEDDT Nakanashi: 0HERCULESCUTTER0 Daigo Dojima: M5BXOKQRSIELV19D Makoto Date: UVHVD2H7WI95GHNL New Japan: PURORESUNEWJAPAN Koumei: NAPQWI7OTVM124HA Gedo: ITSTHEGEDOCLUTCH Satsuki: PNJTEF9STVONK4U9 Haven't had a chance to test these but these are what I managed to find online
  14. I figured I would start a thread for clan creator codes for the Kiryu Clan mode. If you use the codes to unlock strong leaders from the start it makes this game mode a breeze. Obviously don't use them if you would prefer a more authentic version of the Kiryu Clan mode but if you want the trophies for the mode as fast as possible I would use them. Codes: THESECRETJOAMON ATPERCENTDRAGON HeaintNoJoeShmoe MasterofDropkick 00IshiiDriller00 FirebirdSplasher These are just the few I have found poking around on the Yakuza Twitter and Facebook pages. Feel free to comment more that you find down below and I will add more as I find them. There are also SR leaders for $1.99 on the PS Store but I don't think you will need them since the Code Leaders seem to be pretty strong especially SR Kiryu and R Amon which are 100 and 90 respectively.