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Trophy Thoughts?

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It looks like this is the same list as the PS3 one, only with a much better platinum name! The one additional trophy I spotted was 'Fat Cat', since cabaret clubs have been restored to this version.

 

So what do you guys think? Ready to spend dozens more hours in Kamurocho? :D

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6 minutes ago, Isilith said:

It looks like this is the same list as the PS3 one, only with a much better platinum name! The one additional trophy I spotted was 'Fat Cat', since cabaret clubs have been restored to this version.

The Shogi and Mahjong trophies are added as well since those 2 got cut in the PS3 western version.

 

This list seems the same as the PS4 Asian version, some trophy requirements were lowered from the PS3 stacks, but you still have to complete every minigame in the list.

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Overall looks the same as PS3 with shogi/mahjong, seems like it won't change much from the original.

 

I think I'll wait for the physical bundle to get it though, still need to play 4/5 on PS3.

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Is there no completion list in this one? What does completing the mini games entail?

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I'm waiting for physical copy, I'm currently dealing with car chase on legend, and climax battles in kiwami. Gotta do melee fight #10 and all the ultimate ones. Only after I get the plat will I play kiwami 2. Hell knows when that's gonna be so I'm in no hurry to get that bundle.

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I'm so excited to get stuck in, i've missed these games since finishing Kiwami 2 a while ago.

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5 minutes ago, gnova said:

Is there no completion list in this one? What does completing the mini games entail?

It's basically getting a certain number of points, beating the AI in every game mode/difficulty.

 

Here's a list from a guide for the PS3 Japanese Version of the game (some names might be different due to translations):

Spoiler
AROMA MASSAGE
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Standard Massage Course: (get the highest rank)
Oil Massage & Ear Cleaning Course: (get the highest rank)

DARTS
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Kamuro:
Oogata Susumu (easy)
  01 (beat him at any "01" game)
  Cricket (beat him at Cricket)
  Count Up (beat him at Count Up)
Hayashida Satoru (medium)
  01 (beat him at any "01" game)
  Cricket (beat him at Cricket)
  Count Up (beat him at Count Up)
Iba Kouji (hard)
  01 (beat him at any "01" game)
  Cricket (beat him at Cricket)
  Count Up (beat him at Count Up)
Ryukyu:
Hatano Kouta (easy)
  01 (beat him at any "01" game)
  Cricket (beat him at Cricket)
  Count Up (beat him at Count Up)
Hirai Kazuhiro (medium)
  01 (beat him at any "01" game)
  Cricket (beat him at Cricket)
  Count Up (beat him at Count Up)
Honma Shigeru (hard)
  01 (beat him at any "01" game)
  Cricket (beat him at Cricket)
  Count Up (beat him at Count Up)

BILLIARDS
---------
Kanou Makoto
  Nine-Ball (beat him at Nine-Ball)
  Rotation (beat him at Rotation)
  Eight-Ball (beat him at Eight-Ball)
Niihama Shun'ichi
  Nine-Ball (beat him at Nine-Ball)
  Rotation (beat him at Rotation)
  Eight-Ball (beat him at Eight-Ball)
Hirakawa Toshiko
  Nine-Ball (beat her at Nine-Ball)
  Rotation (beat her at Rotation)
  Eight-Ball (beat her at Eight-Ball)
Nakazato Seiji
  Nine-Ball (beat him at Nine-Ball)
  Rotation (beat him at Rotation)
  Eight-Ball (beat him at Eight-Ball)

KARAOKE
-------
Kitto Change Myself  (get Karaoke Dragon rank--900+ points)
Kamuro Setsugekka  (get Karaoke Dragon rank--900+ points)
Yubi no Yukue  (get Karaoke Dragon rank--900+ points)
Shooting Star  (get Karaoke Dragon rank--900+ points)
Saturday Night Lover  (get Karaoke Dragon rank--900+ points)
Summer Memories  (get Karaoke Dragon rank--900+ points)

BOWLING
-------
Get 200 points in 10-Frame

CHINCHIRORIN
------------
Win 20,000 cumulative total points

CHOUHAN GAMBLING
----------------
Win 20,000 cumulative total points

KOIKOI
------
Win 10,000 cumulative total points

OICHOKABU
---------
Win 10,000 cumulative total points

ROULETTE
--------
Win 20,000 cumulative total chips

POKER
-----
Win 10,000 chips in one sitting

BLACKJACK
---------
Win 10,000 chips in one sitting

U.F.O. CATCHER
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Peep
Dark Peep (note: it's hidden behind the Huge Peep in one setup near Mach Bowl)
Sky Blue Peep
Pink Peep
Li'l Kitty (Tiger)
Li'l Kitty (American Shorthair) (note: white with black stripes)
Li'l Kitty (Blue)
Li'l Kitty (Calico)
Li'l Bear (Brown)
Li'l Bear (Grey)
Li'l Bear (Blue)
Li'l Bear (Pink)
Delicious Bar (Corn) (note: green)
Delicious Bar (Cheese) (note: yellow)
Delicious Bar (Nattou) (note: purple)
Chura (note: means "pretty" in Okinawan; shield-wielding, pink-haired girl)
Huge Peep
Huge Kitty (Tiger)
Huge Kitty (American Shorthair) (note: white with black stripes)
Huge Kitty (Blue)
Huge Kitty (Calico)
Huge Bear (Brown)
Huge Bear (Grey)
Huge Bear (Blue)
Huge Bear (Pink)

ANSWER X ANSWER
---------------
Speed-Button Quiz (win 5 times)
Hint Combination Quiz (win 5 times)
Chicken Race Quiz (win 5 times)
Multiple-Answer Finish Quiz (win 5 times)

SHOGI
-----
Win 5 cumulative total matches

MAHJONG
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Win 50,000 points in one sitting

BATTING CENTER
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Easy Course (get 1,800+ points)
Normal Course (get 1,800+ points)
Hard Course (get 1,800+ points)
EX Hard Course (get 1,800+ points)

GOLF
----
Get -5 or better in a tournament (Competition Mode)

FISHING
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Maguro Tuna
Fusilier
Porcupine Pufferfish
Grouper
Blue Parrotfish
Green Turban
Coral
Umbrella

SHOOTING (Boxcelios)
--------
Get to level 50
 

 

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25 minutes ago, gnova said:

Is there no completion list in this one? What does completing the mini games entail?

There's a full completion list ingame, but you only need to complete the minigame list.

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Waiting for the physical release so I can play the entire Yakuza saga on PS4.

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31 minutes ago, MidnightDragon said:

Waiting for the physical release so I can play the entire Yakuza saga on PS4.

When is the Physical collection release? All the dates I’ve seen seem to contradict one another.

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1 hour ago, LunaKishi said:

The Shogi and Mahjong trophies are added as well since those 2 got cut in the PS3 western version.

 

This list seems the same as the PS4 Asian version, some trophy requirements were lowered from the PS3 stacks, but you still have to complete every minigame in the list.

can you give an example of what was lowered from the ps3 version?

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Posted (edited)

6 minutes ago, DarkHpokinsn said:

When is the Physical collection release? All the dates I’ve seen seem to contradict one another.

February 11 in the US according to SEGA's official Twitter.

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Posted (edited)

11 minutes ago, Adaminho11 said:

can you give an example of what was lowered from the ps3 version?

Key Collector - Was open all of the top row lockers in both towns

 

Heat Action Pro - Was 50 heat actions

 

Tag Hoarder and Chip Hoarder - Was 10,000 chips for both

 

Pro Gamer - Was 10 prizes in UFO Catcher

 

People Watcher - Was 10 battles

 

Compulsive Vandal - Was 100 weapons

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Looking forward to playing/finishing this. 

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All of the Hostess stuff was removed from the ps3 version as well so you'll have to visit them to get the substories now I think

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Looks like they put all the cut content that didn't end up in the original Western release. Btw, that platinum trophy name is horrible.

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55 minutes ago, Dark Prince said:

Looks like they put all the cut content that didn't end up in the original Western release. Btw, that platinum trophy name is horrible.

Just logged in to say, I couldn't disagree any more! Sorry man. 

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1 hour ago, Dark Prince said:

Btw, that platinum trophy name is horrible.

I don't think it warrants "horrible" and it does relate to the plot somewhat.

It's a step up from PLATINUM TROPHY, anyway. :awesome:

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I'm going to wait until the remaster of 3-5 comes out in February.

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43 minutes ago, Bittersweet said:

I don't think it warrants "horrible" and it does relate to the plot somewhat.

It's a step up from PLATINUM TROPHY, anyway. :awesome:

But I have a soft spot for ones just called "Platinum Trophy".

 

Add to to the "waiting for physical box set" list. Still need to finish 0, Kiwami, and Kiwami 2. Been putting those off waiting for this.

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Complete all minigames, that'll make or break me, a la Judgment, as expected, aha.

 

Might withhold 30 pieces of trash until after the most arduous trophies, in case I fall short, because *good gravy* does trash collection at the beach require monumental patience. Confident in my mahjong talents by now, yet I can foresee misfortune by the boatload will confound that 1-tile-conceal victory.

 

Anyway, since I began w/ Y3 on PS3, it feels like half an era passed since this franchise wavered in worldwide limbo. No qualms here to purchase 3 again out of respect! :D

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If i remember correctly last opponent in billiards and karaoke in general is extremely tough in this one. Batting is ridiculous too. Totally a plat breaker

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What makes this an 8/10 Platinum difficulty game, compared to, say, Yakuza Zero (which I think was a 4 or 5?)? Looking through the trophies, it doesn't look too bad. There is no 100% Completion List trophy.  

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6 minutes ago, Maahniac said:

What makes this an 8/10 Platinum difficulty game, compared to, say, Yakuza Zero (which I think was a 4 or 5?)? Looking through the trophies, it doesn't look too bad. There is no 100% Completion List trophy.  

It has the Minigame completion trophy which means you'll have to complete the minigames. While the more luck-based minigames like Majong, Poker, etc, only ask you to reach x amount of points (so they should be easier) the skill-based minigames like Batting, Pool, etc, ask you to complete them by beating the AI on all modes/difficulty (if you platted Kiwami then you'll experience the Expert Rotation Pool AI when doing Haruka's Requests). This seems fine but there's the fact that Y3 was the first Yakuza game on the PS3 (so the first in a new generation at the time) so it has, at times, some clucky controls. Also, some minigames were made easier in newer games. For example, in Y3 the batting minigame on the highest difficulty doesn't have a crosshair so unless you remember/find out where the crosshair is you won't know where the ball will hit. When I played Y3 on my PS3 (it was the last Yakuza game I completed so I had already experience with the minigames) I had a hard time with the Karaoke minigame even though I never had an issue with it on the newer games and I believe it's because the timing for the button presses is more precise in Y3.

 

The combat I also found harder mainly because bosses had the annoying habit of guarding all the time even mid-combo. So fights lasted much longer than they should since the constant guarding made me slowly take their health away.

 

The game basically has some gameplay issues due to its age. It's still fine and a lot of fun and I would even say you might only notice those issues if you happened to play the newer games where the gameplay was much improved over time.

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