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27th May '17 3:30:51 PM nombretomado
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* ''ViewtifulJoe'' unlocks a new mode or character each time you complete the game on normal or harder with certain requirements. Unlocking Sylvia and V-Rated mode are fairly easy, but Super V-Rated, [[spoiler:Alastor, and Captain Blue]] to play are a bit harder - the toughest of which requires beating V-Rated or Super V-Rated with Rainbow V ranks in ''every single mission.''

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* ''ViewtifulJoe'' ''VideoGame/ViewtifulJoe'' unlocks a new mode or character each time you complete the game on normal or harder with certain requirements. Unlocking Sylvia and V-Rated mode are fairly easy, but Super V-Rated, [[spoiler:Alastor, and Captain Blue]] to play are a bit harder - the toughest of which requires beating V-Rated or Super V-Rated with Rainbow V ranks in ''every single mission.''
15th May '17 3:47:26 PM GlitteringFlowers
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** The series had the Support Conversations page, which while you were working towards 100% completion, would reveal backstory of the characters whose supports you unlocked. The problem with this is that in order to fill the page to 100%, you'd have to play the game several times over, because each character could only have five support conversations in one playthrough. Not only that, but occasionally you'd be forced to pick a sub-optimal support to complete the page, thereby denying you the stat bonuses you could use. And in some games with this feature, there would be occasions where you could only pick one character and be forced to lose your chance at recruiting another.
** This is made even harder in ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening''. The nature of the customisation allowed in the game makes it so you'd have to play the game dozens of times, just to get all the options for the Avatar's support conversations (as the character's gender, as well as their paternity status with the second generation characters, influences what conversations you get).

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** The series had the Support Conversations page, which while you the players were working towards 100% completion, would reveal backstory of the characters whose supports you were unlocked. The problem with this is that in order to fill the page to 100%, you'd one single player would have to play the game several times over, because each character could only have five support conversations in one playthrough. Not only that, but occasionally you'd be forced one may have to pick choose a sub-optimal support to complete the page, thereby denying you the players the stat bonuses you they could use. And in some games with this feature, there would be occasions where you a player could only pick one character and be forced to lose your chance at recruiting another.
** This is made even harder in ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening''. ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'' and ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates''. The nature of the customisation allowed in the game makes it so you'd the players would have to play the game dozens of times, just to get all the options for the Avatar's support conversations (as the character's gender, as well as their paternity status with the second generation characters, influences what conversations you get).one gets).
28th Apr '17 3:41:17 PM RacattackForce
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** ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'' can be beaten in an hour or two if you're fine with skipping all the story segments and [[{{Speedrun}} just run straight to the final boss]]. If you want your game to read 100% completion, though? Be prepared to spend well over 100 hours visiting every possible location on your map, clearing all 120 shrines and 4 main dungeons, and collecting '''''900''''' Korok seeds. If you ''truly'' want to complete '''everything'''? You've got 16 armor sets (plus 15 individual armor pieces) to collect, 18 memories to rediscover, 76 side quests to tackle, 14 Resurrection Towers to activate, 385 photos to take for the Hyrule Compendium, 84 Miniboss "Medals of Honor" to grab, and a handful of bridles and saddles for your horse companion. Oh, and if that isn't enough for you, you can buy a number of Zelda Toys/{{amiibo}} (and the DLC) to unlock some exclusive armor sets/pieces and Epona.[[note]]Not mentioned are the 15 Main Quests and the 42 Shrine Quests. Of the 15 main quests, 13 will be completed by proxy of following the game's story. Two of them, [[spoiler:getting the Master Sword]] and the aforementioned recovering of your memories, are actually optional in this regard. That said, the former will be required for at least one sidequest, with the latter being required to get the TrueEnding. As for the 42 shrine quests, many of them can be skipped as you may solve the puzzle for revealing a shrine without talking to the NPC or reading the book/plaque that would activate that shrine's quest. Fortunately, talking to the NPC or reading the text after the fact will instantly activate and complete the quest, [[DevelopersForesight with some NPCs acknowledging that you've managed to solve it already]].[[/note]]

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** ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'' can be beaten in an hour or two if you're fine with skipping all the story segments and [[{{Speedrun}} just run straight to the final boss]]. If you want your game to read 100% completion, though? Be prepared to spend well over 100 hours visiting every possible location on your map, clearing all 120 shrines and 4 main dungeons, and collecting '''''900''''' Korok seeds. If you ''truly'' want to complete '''everything'''? You've got 16 armor sets (plus 15 individual armor pieces) to collect, collect and upgrade, 18 memories to rediscover, 76 side quests to tackle, 14 Resurrection Towers to activate, 385 photos to take for the Hyrule Compendium, 84 Miniboss "Medals of Honor" to grab, and a handful of bridles and saddles for your horse companion. Oh, and if that isn't enough for you, you can buy a number of Zelda Toys/{{amiibo}} (and the DLC) to unlock some exclusive armor sets/pieces and Epona.[[note]]Not mentioned are the 15 Main Quests and the 42 Shrine Quests. Of the 15 main quests, 13 will be completed by proxy of following the game's story. Two of them, [[spoiler:getting the Master Sword]] and the aforementioned recovering of your memories, are actually optional in this regard. That said, the former will be required for at least one sidequest, with the latter being required to get the TrueEnding. As for the 42 shrine quests, many of them can be skipped as you may solve the puzzle for revealing a shrine without talking to the NPC or reading the book/plaque that would activate that shrine's quest. Fortunately, talking to the NPC or reading the text after the fact will instantly activate and complete the quest, [[DevelopersForesight with some NPCs acknowledging that you've managed to solve it already]].[[/note]]
22nd Apr '17 12:54:56 PM nombretomado
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* In all of the ''{{Suikoden}}'' games, you get the [[MultipleEndings true ending]] only if you have all OneHundredAndEight Stars of Destiny in your party.
** Except III, in which all you get is the ability to play through the game as the antagonist, though part of the WhereAreTheyNowEpilogue changes.

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* In all of the ''{{Suikoden}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Suikoden}}'' games, you get the [[MultipleEndings true ending]] only if you have all OneHundredAndEight Stars of Destiny in your party.
** Except III, ''[[VideoGame/SuikodenIII III]]'', in which all you get is the ability to play through the game as the antagonist, though part of the WhereAreTheyNowEpilogue changes.
14th Apr '17 11:13:34 PM RacattackForce
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The trope has become more popular with the rise of [[UsefulNotes/Xbox360 Achievements]] and [[UsefulNotes/PlayStation3 Trophies]], allowing the player to not only get one hundred percent completion, but [[BraggingRightsReward show everyone online that they did]].

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The trope has become became more popular with the rise of [[UsefulNotes/Xbox360 Achievements]] and [[UsefulNotes/PlayStation3 Trophies]], Trophies]] during the UsefulNotes/TheSeventhGenerationOfConsoleVideoGames, allowing the player to not only get one hundred percent completion, but [[BraggingRightsReward show everyone online that they did]].
9th Apr '17 10:25:20 AM nombretomado
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** The PC version of ''Franchise/RockRaiders'' features a cinematic of the LMS ''Explorer'' getting its engines charged up and heading home, one that plays when the player gets a score of 100% on every level. But because one level doesn't contain enough energy crystals to meet its crystal requirement, it's impossible to see the movie without digging through Program Files.

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** The PC version of ''Franchise/RockRaiders'' ''VideoGame/RockRaiders'' features a cinematic of the LMS ''Explorer'' getting its engines charged up and heading home, one that plays when the player gets a score of 100% on every level. But because one level doesn't contain enough energy crystals to meet its crystal requirement, it's impossible to see the movie without digging through Program Files.
8th Apr '17 10:23:22 PM RacattackForce
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** ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'' can be beaten in an hour or two if you're fine with skipping all the story segments and [[{{Speedrun}} just run straight to the final boss]]. If you want your game to read 100% completion, though? Be prepared to spend well over 100 hours visiting every possible location on your map, clearing all 120 shrines and 4 main dungeons, and collecting '''''900''''' Korok seeds. If you ''truly'' want to complete '''everything'''? You've got 16 armor sets (plus 15 individual armor pieces) to collect, 18 memories to rediscover, 76 side quests to do, 14 Resurrection Towers to activate, 385 photos to take for the Hyrule Compendium, 84 Miniboss "Medals of Honor" to grab, and a handful of bridles and saddles for your horse companion. Oh, and if that isn't enough for you, you can buy a number of Zelda Toys/{{amiibo}} (and the DLC) to unlock some exclusive armor sets/pieces and Epona.

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** ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'' can be beaten in an hour or two if you're fine with skipping all the story segments and [[{{Speedrun}} just run straight to the final boss]]. If you want your game to read 100% completion, though? Be prepared to spend well over 100 hours visiting every possible location on your map, clearing all 120 shrines and 4 main dungeons, and collecting '''''900''''' Korok seeds. If you ''truly'' want to complete '''everything'''? You've got 16 armor sets (plus 15 individual armor pieces) to collect, 18 memories to rediscover, 76 side quests to do, tackle, 14 Resurrection Towers to activate, 385 photos to take for the Hyrule Compendium, 84 Miniboss "Medals of Honor" to grab, and a handful of bridles and saddles for your horse companion. Oh, and if that isn't enough for you, you can buy a number of Zelda Toys/{{amiibo}} (and the DLC) to unlock some exclusive armor sets/pieces and Epona.[[note]]Not mentioned are the 15 Main Quests and the 42 Shrine Quests. Of the 15 main quests, 13 will be completed by proxy of following the game's story. Two of them, [[spoiler:getting the Master Sword]] and the aforementioned recovering of your memories, are actually optional in this regard. That said, the former will be required for at least one sidequest, with the latter being required to get the TrueEnding. As for the 42 shrine quests, many of them can be skipped as you may solve the puzzle for revealing a shrine without talking to the NPC or reading the book/plaque that would activate that shrine's quest. Fortunately, talking to the NPC or reading the text after the fact will instantly activate and complete the quest, [[DevelopersForesight with some NPCs acknowledging that you've managed to solve it already]].[[/note]]
8th Apr '17 6:41:28 PM RacattackForce
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** To get 100% in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheWindWaker'', you have to collect a figurine of ''every single character in the entire game''. To get a figurine, you have to take a photograph of the character, then go to a particular island and have somebody make the figurine from your photo. Your camera can only hold 3 photographs at once. There are '''134''' characters in the game, and more than a dozen of these can only be photographed at specific times: if you miss your chance, you miss your shot at 100%, though you can take a NewGamePlus for a second chance after you beat the game. This nets you yet another trophy (Link on board of The King of Red Lions), which is unobtainable otherwise.[[note]]There is a also character who only appears when you make use of a Game Boy Advance linked to your Gamecube and a figurine can be crafted from him as well. However, it's not required for completion[[/note]] This completion is made easier in the Wii U remake. There are also 41 Treasure Charts (46 in the remake), the 12 extra Special Charts, the Hero's Charm, and a usual upgrades to collect. The truly neurotic can also hunt down every treasure chest, fight every Big Octo, and clear out every submarine, secret cave and platform.
** ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'' can be beaten in an hour or two if you're fine with skipping all the story segments and [[{{Speedrun}} just run straight to the final boss]]. If you want your game to read 100% completion, though? Be prepared to spend well over 100 hours visiting every possible location on your map, clearing all 120 shrines and 4 main dungeons, and collecting '''''900''''' Korok seeds. If you truly want to complete '''everything'''? You've got 16 armor sets (plus 15 individual armor pieces) to collect, 18 memories to rediscover, 76 side quests to do, 14 Resurrection Towers to activate, 385 photos to take for the Hyrule Compendium, 84 Miniboss "Medals of Honor" to grab, and a handful of bridles and saddles for your horse companion. Oh, and if that isn't enough for you, can to buy a number of Zelda Toys/{{amiibo}} (and the DLC) to unlock some exclusive armor sets/pieces and Epona.

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** To get 100% in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheWindWaker'', you have to collect a figurine of ''every single character in the entire game''. To get a figurine, you have to take a photograph of the character, then go to a particular island and have somebody make the figurine from your photo. Your camera can only hold 3 photographs at once. There are '''134''' characters in the game, and more than a dozen of these can only be photographed at specific times: if you miss your chance, you miss your shot at 100%, though you can take a NewGamePlus for a second chance after you beat the game. This nets you yet another trophy (Link on board of riding The King of Red Lions), which is unobtainable otherwise.[[note]]There is a also character who only appears when you make use of a Game Boy Advance linked to your Gamecube and a figurine can be crafted from him as well. However, Thankfully, it's not required for completion[[/note]] completion.[[/note]] This completion is made easier in the Wii U remake. There are also 41 Treasure Charts (46 in the remake), the 12 extra Special Charts, the Hero's Charm, and a usual upgrades to collect. The truly neurotic can also hunt down every treasure chest, fight every Big Octo, and clear out every submarine, secret cave and platform.
** ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'' can be beaten in an hour or two if you're fine with skipping all the story segments and [[{{Speedrun}} just run straight to the final boss]]. If you want your game to read 100% completion, though? Be prepared to spend well over 100 hours visiting every possible location on your map, clearing all 120 shrines and 4 main dungeons, and collecting '''''900''''' Korok seeds. If you truly ''truly'' want to complete '''everything'''? You've got 16 armor sets (plus 15 individual armor pieces) to collect, 18 memories to rediscover, 76 side quests to do, 14 Resurrection Towers to activate, 385 photos to take for the Hyrule Compendium, 84 Miniboss "Medals of Honor" to grab, and a handful of bridles and saddles for your horse companion. Oh, and if that isn't enough for you, you can to buy a number of Zelda Toys/{{amiibo}} (and the DLC) to unlock some exclusive armor sets/pieces and Epona.
2nd Apr '17 9:27:35 AM nombretomado
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* To get the best ending in ''Main/{{Painkiller}}'', you not only have to beat the game on Nightmare difficulty, you also have to beat the card condition on each level and unlock their respective cards...which unlocks [[HarderThanHard Trauma]] difficulty, beating which finally rewards you with the best ending.

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* To get the best ending in ''Main/{{Painkiller}}'', ''VideoGame/{{Painkiller}}'', you not only have to beat the game on Nightmare difficulty, you also have to beat the card condition on each level and unlock their respective cards...which unlocks [[HarderThanHard Trauma]] difficulty, beating which finally rewards you with the best ending.
25th Mar '17 12:24:11 AM RacattackForce
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** ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'' can be beaten in an hour or two if you're fine with skipping all the story segments and [[{{Speedrun}} just run straight to the final boss]]. If you want your game to read 100% completion, though? Be prepared to spend well over 100 hours visiting every possible location on your map, clearing all 120 shrines and 4 main dungeons, and collecting '''''900''''' Korok seeds. If you truly want to complete '''everything'''? You've got 16 armor sets (plus 15 individual armor pieces) to collect, 18 memories to rediscover, 76 side quests to do, 14 Resurrection Towers to activate, 385 photos to take for the Hyrule Compendium, 84 Miniboss "Medals of Honor" to grab, and a handful of bridles and saddles for your horse companion. Oh, and if that isn't enough for you, you'll can to buy a number of Zelda Toys/{{amiibo}} (and the DLC) to unlock some exclusive armor sets/pieces and Epona.

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** ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'' can be beaten in an hour or two if you're fine with skipping all the story segments and [[{{Speedrun}} just run straight to the final boss]]. If you want your game to read 100% completion, though? Be prepared to spend well over 100 hours visiting every possible location on your map, clearing all 120 shrines and 4 main dungeons, and collecting '''''900''''' Korok seeds. If you truly want to complete '''everything'''? You've got 16 armor sets (plus 15 individual armor pieces) to collect, 18 memories to rediscover, 76 side quests to do, 14 Resurrection Towers to activate, 385 photos to take for the Hyrule Compendium, 84 Miniboss "Medals of Honor" to grab, and a handful of bridles and saddles for your horse companion. Oh, and if that isn't enough for you, you'll can to buy a number of Zelda Toys/{{amiibo}} (and the DLC) to unlock some exclusive armor sets/pieces and Epona.
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