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16th Aug '16 4:41:24 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* ''VideoGame/GrooveCoaster'' grants a "No Miss" award if the chart is cleared with no Misses. Doing this ''and'' hitting all of the hidden Ad-Lib notes will result in a "Full Chain" award.

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* ''VideoGame/GrooveCoaster'' grants a "No Miss" award if the chart is cleared with no Misses. Doing this ''and'' hitting all of the hidden Ad-Lib notes will result in a "Full Chain" award. From ''Groove Coaster 3: Link Fever'' onwards, the game will also hand out a "Perfect" reward for getting the perfect score of 1 million points.
16th Aug '16 4:39:37 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* ''VideoGame/LoveLiveSchoolIdolFestival'' acknolwedges a Full Combo with the appropriate flashing text and S-rank combo rewards. However, it won't bother to recognize an all-Perfect run.

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* ''VideoGame/LoveLiveSchoolIdolFestival'' acknolwedges a Full Combo with the appropriate flashing text and S-rank combo rewards. However, it won't bother to recognize an Unfortunately, while all-Perfect run.runs are entirely possible, the game not only doesn't recognize them, it's perfectly possible to still get a grade lower than S if your cards' attributes aren't high enough; in fact, it's common for beginner players who came in from other rhythm games to get all Perfects and still get a C [[EarlyGameHell because their starting cards are extremely weak]].



* ''VideoGame/LoveLiveSchoolIdolFestival'' awards a Full Combo with a flashy animation and an S-rank Combo reward. Unfortunately, while all-Perfect runs are entirely possible, the game not only doesn't recognize them, it's perfectly possible to still get a grade lower than S if your cards' attributes aren't high enough; in fact, it's common for beginner players who came in from other rhythm games to get all Perfects and still get a C.
16th Aug '16 4:39:03 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* ''VideoGame/LoveLiveSchoolIdolFestival'' awards a Full Combo with a flashy animation and an S-rank Combo reward. Unfortunately, while all-Perfect runs are entirely possible, the game not only doesn't recognize them, it's perfectly possible to still get a grade lower than S if your cards' attributes aren't high enough; in fact, it's common for beginner players who came in from other rhythm games to get all Perfects and still get a C.
14th Aug '16 8:24:40 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Halo 3}}'' and ''VideoGame/HaloReach'', a Perfection medal is earned by winning a multiplayer match with at least 15 kills and no deaths.

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* ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'': In ''VideoGame/{{Halo 3}}'' and ''VideoGame/HaloReach'', a Perfection medal is earned by winning a multiplayer match with at least 15 kills and no deaths.
28th May '16 11:34:23 AM ErikModi
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* OneMustFall had news reports detailing your battles after the fact. If you did particularly well, the reporter states that if people like evenly-matched battles, he hopes they didn't pay for last night's fight. But if they like a good one-sided, masochistic pounding, they should keep an eye on your character.
7th Feb '16 12:55:01 AM murazrai
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* Upon achieving full combo in ''VideoGame/AikatsuPhotoOnStage'', the main character of a live show will praise the player and the result screen will show the phrase "full combo" above the combo count in the result screen. However, this does not always translate to S rank combo because combo total depends on how long the notes are pressed, which is less when they are pressed late.
20th Jan '16 12:16:45 AM Gimere
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* In the StoryMode of ''VideoGame/DissidiaFinalFantasy'', one of the potential DP bonuses (DP being what you use to move around the map and having more of it leading to bonuses) in certain fights is to clear the fight without taking any damage. This bonus is even called a "Flawless Victory."

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* In the StoryMode Story Mode of ''VideoGame/DissidiaFinalFantasy'', one of the potential DP bonuses (DP being what you use to move around the map and having more of it leading to bonuses) in certain fights is to clear the fight without taking any damage. This bonus is even called a "Flawless Victory."



* The ''VideoGame/GuitarHero'' franchise, especially GHWT and beyond, award extra in-game cash for a perfect performance (which is even mentioned in the newspaper cutouts in ''GH2'': "Perfect Performance from <your band's name> at <venue you were playing in>").
** Most GH games give a gold star result (usually 5-star, although 4-gold-stars and 3-gold-stars are possible) for hitting all the gems. In GH5, getting a full combo (No errors)[[note]]An error is defined as any action that breaks your combo. For singers, it is any result that isn't "Excellent". For Instrumentalists, it's missing a note or playing the wrong one.[[/note]] gives you an extra star on top of what you have (which will ALWAYS be 5 stars) in addition to turning them gold.

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* The ''VideoGame/GuitarHero'' franchise, especially GHWT and beyond, award extra in-game cash for a perfect performance (which is even mentioned in the newspaper cutouts in ''GH2'': ''[=GH2=]'': "Perfect Performance from <your band's name> at <venue you were playing in>").
** Most GH games give a gold star result (usually 5-star, although 4-gold-stars and 3-gold-stars are possible) for hitting all the gems. In GH5, [=GH5=], getting a full combo (No errors)[[note]]An error is defined as any action that breaks your combo. For singers, it is any result that isn't "Excellent". For Instrumentalists, it's missing a note or playing the wrong one.[[/note]] gives you an extra star on top of what you have (which will ALWAYS be 5 stars) in addition to turning them gold.






* A GameShow example: Japanese game show ''Series/TokyoFriendPark2'' called it a "Grand Slam" and awarded a bonus prize of a trip to either Disneyland (California) or Disneyland Paris if the contestants pull off a perfect 5-for-5 record in the main game.

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* A GameShow example: The Japanese game show ''Series/TokyoFriendPark2'' ''Tokyo Friend Park 2'' called it a "Grand Slam" and awarded a bonus prize of a trip to either Disneyland (California) or Disneyland Paris if the contestants pull off a perfect 5-for-5 record in the main game.



* Another game show example: On the Japanese quiz show ''TimeShock'', a contestant who sweeps every question in a round is rewarded with a bonus prize, complete with ConfettiDrop. In early days, this was an international vacation plus cash for a total value of 1 million yen; this was later changed to a flat-out 1 million yen in cash.

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* Another game show example: On the Japanese quiz show ''TimeShock'', ''Time Shock'', a contestant who sweeps every question in a round is rewarded with a bonus prize, complete with ConfettiDrop. In early days, this was an international vacation plus cash for a total value of 1 million yen; this was later changed to a flat-out 1 million yen in cash.



* ''Series/ThePriceIsRight'' has its own fan criteria for a "perfect game": Win your way out of Contestant's Row with a perfect bid (with the $500 bonus for doing so), win your pricing game, win $11,000 (now $26,000) on The Big Wheel (hitting $1.00 twice), then hit the Double Showcase win (bid on your Showcase, coming within $100 of the actual price, without going over. No one has managed to pull off all four feats (usually missing the Perfect Bid or the $26K).

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* ''Series/ThePriceIsRight'' has its own fan criteria for a "perfect game": Win your way out of Contestant's Row with a perfect bid (with the $500 bonus for doing so), win your pricing game, win $11,000 (now $26,000) on The Big Wheel (hitting $1.00 twice), then hit the Double Showcase win (bid on your Showcase, coming within $100 $250 of the actual price, without going over. No one has managed to pull off all four feats (usually missing the Perfect Bid or the $26K).



* [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Secretariat_%28horse%29 Secretariat's]] performance in the 1973 Triple Crown series it widely viewed as a Flawless Victory. Three victories, three track records and capped with the largest margin of victory ever in a Grade 1 stakes race (31 lengths). Most records still stand ''40 years later''.

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* [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Secretariat_%28horse%29 Secretariat's]] performance in the 1973 Triple Crown series it widely viewed as a Flawless Victory. Three victories, three track records and capped with the largest margin of victory ever in a Grade 1 stakes race (31 lengths). Most records still stand ''40 ''over 40 years later''.
17th Dec '15 8:46:57 PM FordPrefect
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** Technically, the extra row is added regardless of performance (so long as you complete the puzzle and you are not trampled). However, completing the puzzle in too many steps awards 1000 points, completing it in the allotted number of steps is worth 5000, and doing it in less is worth a whopping 10,000. More then points, these points also determine your score (or "I.Q.") at the end.

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** Technically, the extra row is added regardless of performance (so long as you complete the puzzle and you are not trampled). However, completing the puzzle in too many steps awards 1000 points, completing it in the allotted number of steps is worth 5000, and doing it in less is worth a whopping 10,000. More then than points, these points also determine your score (or "I.Q.") at the end.
4th Sep '15 11:02:11 AM megarockman
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* Due to its relatively short season, in North America American football teams are the only ones with any plausible chance at a perfect season (no losses/ties), but it's still very rare. At the professional level, the only team to pull it off so far is the 17-0 1972 Miami Dolphins; there have been [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_undefeated_NCAA_Division_I_football_teams dozens of college teams]] to accomplish it, but their seasons are shorter (nowadays college teams schedule 12 games in a regular season plus 1[[note]]at most 2 with the introduction of the College Football Playoff in 2014[[/note]] bowl game vs. 16 NFL regular season games plus 3[[note]]Divisional Round, Conference Championship, Super Bowl[[/note]] playoff games) and the balance of competition in college football is generally more lopsided (i.e., there tend to be more "cupcake" teams in a given college team's schedule). (For comparison, the NBA and NHL currently have 82-game regular seasons, and MLB has 162.)

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* Due to its relatively short season, in North America American football teams are the only ones with any plausible chance at a perfect season (no losses/ties), but it's still very rare. At For American football, at the professional level, level the only NFL team to pull it off so far is the 17-0 1972 Miami Dolphins; there have been [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_undefeated_NCAA_Division_I_football_teams dozens of college teams]] to accomplish it, but their seasons are shorter (nowadays college teams schedule 12 games in a regular season plus 1[[note]]at most 2 with the introduction of the College Football Playoff in 2014[[/note]] bowl game vs. 16 NFL regular season games plus 3[[note]]Divisional Round, Conference Championship, Super Bowl[[/note]] playoff games) and the balance of competition in college football is generally more lopsided (i.e., there tend to be more "cupcake" teams in a given college team's schedule). (For The CFL also has one perfect season (the 1948 Calgary Stampeders). For comparison, the NBA and NHL currently have 82-game regular seasons, and MLB has 162.)
4th Sep '15 10:59:32 AM megarockman
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* Due to its relatively short season, in North America American football teams are the only ones with any plausible chance at a perfect season (no losses/ties), but it's still very rare. At the professional level, the only team to pull it off so far is the 17-0 1972 Miami Dolphins; there have been [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_undefeated_NCAA_Division_I_football_teams dozens of college teams]] to accomplish it, but their seasons are shorter (nowadays college teams schedule 12 games in a regular season plus 1[[note]]at most 2 with the introduction of the College Football Playoff in 2014[[/note]] bowl game vs. 16 NFL regular season games plus 3[[note]]Divisional Round, Conference Championship, Super Bowl[[/note]] playoff games) and the balance of competition in college football is generally more lopsided (i.e., there tend to be more "cupcake" teams in a given college team's schedule). (For comparison, the NBA and NHL currently have 82-game regular seasons, and MLB has 162.)
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