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4th Jan '17 8:27:28 AM Gosicrystal
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Okami}}'', collecting all 100 Stray Beads nets you a GameBreaker for your NewGamePlus. Completists will also want to acquire at least one of every type of fish and treasure as well as feed 100% of all animals; for the latter case, there is one dog that can be LostForever, though it's not out of the way. [[spoiler: When you go to the past Kamiki Village, feed the dog in the village]].

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Okami}}'', collecting all 100 Stray Beads nets you a GameBreaker for your NewGamePlus. Completists will also want to acquire at least one of every type of fish and treasure as well as feed 100% of all animals; for the latter case, there is one dog that can be LostForever, is {{Permanently Missable|Content}}, though it's not out of the way. [[spoiler: When [[spoiler:When you go to the past Kamiki Village, feed the dog in the village]].



* ''VideoGame/StrongBadsCoolGameForAttractivePeople'' always has that ''one thing'' that [[LastLousyPoint you're not going to]] [[GuideDangIt stumble across in normal play]] and that [[LostForever you can't go back and get later]]. In episode 2, it's [[spoiler:insulting Strong Sad]] that's likely to trip you up. In episode 3, [[spoiler:There's an "expression of affection" in a line that is only heard if you have high hint mode turned on]].

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* ''VideoGame/StrongBadsCoolGameForAttractivePeople'' always has that ''one thing'' that [[LastLousyPoint you're not going to]] [[GuideDangIt stumble across in normal play]] and that [[LostForever [[PermanentlyMissableContent you can't go back and get later]]. In episode 2, it's [[spoiler:insulting Strong Sad]] that's likely to trip you up. In episode 3, [[spoiler:There's an "expression of affection" in a line that is only heard if you have high hint mode turned on]].



* The ''VideoGame/BatenKaitos'' games love to torture completionists. ''Eternal Wings'' had ''about 1,000 magnus'' that have to be collected for 100% completion. As if that wasn't daunting enough, there are a lot that can easily be LostForever; the Trail of Souls is the most infamous offender, but Maskless Mizuti is another nasty one.
** ''Origins'', meanwhile, has the torturous [[ThatOneSidequest Pac-Man sidequest]], which involves feeding PacMan 147 different quest magnus. In addition, there's also the 'Milly's Rocks' sidequest, which involves pushing humanoid rocks around [[ThatOneLevel Nekkar]]. Thankfully, the game eased up on the LostForever; only three quest magnus and four field guide entries are missable.

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* The ''VideoGame/BatenKaitos'' games love to torture completionists. ''Eternal Wings'' had ''about 1,000 about ''1,000 magnus'' that have to be collected for 100% completion. As if that wasn't daunting enough, there are a lot that can are easily be LostForever; {{Permanently Missable|Content}}; the Trail of Souls is the most infamous offender, but Maskless Mizuti is another nasty one.
** ''Origins'', meanwhile, has the torturous [[ThatOneSidequest Pac-Man sidequest]], which involves feeding PacMan 147 different quest magnus. In addition, there's also the 'Milly's Rocks' sidequest, which involves pushing humanoid rocks around [[ThatOneLevel Nekkar]]. Nekkar. Thankfully, the game eased up on the LostForever; PermanentlyMissableContent; only three quest magnus and four field guide entries are missable.
17th Dec '16 9:22:02 PM MyFinalEdits
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* ''VideoGame/Shantae'': Starting with ''Risky's Revenge'', the series has rewarded players that collect all the items in the game (which includes collectibles and all upgrades bought in shops), with different 100% Completion ending pictures being shown [[SpeedRun depending on how quickly they complete the game]].

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* ''VideoGame/Shantae'': ''VideoGame/{{Shantae}}'': Starting with ''Risky's Revenge'', the series has rewarded players that collect all the items in the game (which includes collectibles and all upgrades bought in shops), with different 100% Completion ending pictures being shown [[SpeedRun depending on how quickly they complete the game]].
17th Dec '16 12:16:21 AM Servbot
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* ''VideoGame/Shantae'': Starting with ''Risky's Revenge'', the series has rewarded players that collect all the items in the game (which includes collectibles and all upgrades bought in shops), with different 100% Completion ending pictures being shown depending [[SpeedRun on how quickly they complete the game]].

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* ''VideoGame/Shantae'': Starting with ''Risky's Revenge'', the series has rewarded players that collect all the items in the game (which includes collectibles and all upgrades bought in shops), with different 100% Completion ending pictures being shown depending [[SpeedRun depending on how quickly they complete the game]].
17th Dec '16 12:15:58 AM Servbot
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* ''VideoGame/Shantae'': Starting with ''Risky's Revenge'', the series has rewarded players that collect all the items in the game (which includes collectibles and all upgrades bought in shops), with different 100% Completion ending pictures being shown depending [[SpeedRun on how quickly they complete the game]].
6th Dec '16 3:36:05 AM Morgenthaler
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** 100% in ''[[VideoGame/KirbysAdventure Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land]]'' allows you to play through again, but this time as series BadAss Meta Knight. [[CheckpointStarvation You can't save, though]]. In the original NES game, 100% completion will unlock [[NintendoHard Extra Mode]], which disables saving and cuts Kirby's maximum health in half. Completing Extra Mode 100% will unlock BossRush mode.

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** 100% in ''[[VideoGame/KirbysAdventure Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land]]'' allows you to play through again, but this time as series BadAss badass Meta Knight. [[CheckpointStarvation You can't save, though]]. In the original NES game, 100% completion will unlock [[NintendoHard Extra Mode]], which disables saving and cuts Kirby's maximum health in half. Completing Extra Mode 100% will unlock BossRush mode.
16th Nov '16 9:34:55 PM GoblinCipher
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* ''VideoGame/StrongBadsCoolGameForAttractivePeople'' always has that ''one thing'' that [[GuideDangIt you're not going to stumble across in normal play]] and that [[LostForever you can't go back and get later]]. In episode 2, it's [[spoiler:insulting Strong Sad]] that's likely to trip you up. In episode 3, [[spoiler:There's an "expression of affection" in a line that is only heard if you have high hint mode turned on]].

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* ''VideoGame/StrongBadsCoolGameForAttractivePeople'' always has that ''one thing'' that [[GuideDangIt [[LastLousyPoint you're not going to to]] [[GuideDangIt stumble across in normal play]] and that [[LostForever you can't go back and get later]]. In episode 2, it's [[spoiler:insulting Strong Sad]] that's likely to trip you up. In episode 3, [[spoiler:There's an "expression of affection" in a line that is only heard if you have high hint mode turned on]].
5th Nov '16 7:52:03 PM TheBuddy26
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* Near the beginning of ''VideoGame/SpiderMan2: TheMovie'', snarky narrator Bruce Campbell tells you that if you activate all of the 200+ Hint Markers (icons that provide hints spread throughout the city), he will say something different every time you activate them again. Several hours later, after activating the last marker, you activate it again, expecting more snarky advice. And Bruce says..."something different". Yes, the phrase "something different".

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* Near the beginning of ''VideoGame/SpiderMan2: TheMovie'', snarky narrator Bruce Campbell tells you that if you activate all of the 200+ Hint Markers (icons that provide hints spread throughout the city), he will say something different every time you activate them again. Several hours later, after activating the last marker, you activate it again, expecting more snarky advice. And Bruce says..."something different". "[[ExactWords something different]]". Yes, [[LiteralMinded the phrase "something different".different"]].
18th Oct '16 12:31:55 PM Necrodomo
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* No one has ever gotten 100% completion in the entire series run of ''[[NexusWar Nexus Clash]]'' due to a combination of the sheer number of stats available for StatGrinding and the [[AntiPoopSocking limited]] number of actions that any one character can take in a day. Some players see the fact that it has not yet been achieved as a challenge.
13th Sep '16 9:58:57 AM bt8257
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** In ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoIV', getting 100% only removes the ammo cap.

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** In ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoIV', ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoIV'', getting 100% only removes the ammo cap.
8th Sep '16 4:26:59 PM omegafire17
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If that wasn't enough, there's the Baroques, Achievements for doing different actions in game, like clearing a certain point in the story, obtaining a certain number of items, not killing any enemy on a single tower run, including stepping on the small bugs which can be hard to notice and harder to avoid, or doing absolutely nothing before you die outside the tower, (which means OneHundredPercentCompletion can be impossible for some PS2 units, due to a firmware bug which causes the controller to move slightly) - granted, you gain boosts to your stats from gaining these achievements, but there are loads of them... Now, if you thought, "Okay, that's it, at least there can't be anything else.." then you're dead wrong. Lastly you have voices, yes, you can collect in the Database, (where everything is stored), certain select voice tracks by hearing them, some of these require quite alot of work to reach, and quite a few of them are missable due to conflicting criteria, there are over 150 of them. Needless to say, it's impossible to manage everything in one playthrough, but everything carries over into a NewGamePlus.

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If that wasn't enough, there's the Baroques, Achievements for doing different actions in game, like clearing a certain point in the story, obtaining a certain number of items, not killing any enemy on a single tower run, including stepping on the small bugs which can be hard to notice and harder to avoid, or doing absolutely nothing before you die outside the tower, (which means OneHundredPercentCompletion can be impossible for some PS2 units, due to a firmware bug which causes the controller to move slightly) - granted, you gain boosts to your stats from gaining these achievements, but there are loads of them... Now, if you thought, "Okay, that's it, at least there can't be anything else.." then you're dead wrong. Lastly you have voices, yes, you can collect in the Database, (where everything is stored), certain select voice tracks by hearing them, some of these require quite alot of work to reach, and quite a few of them are missable due to conflicting criteria, and there are over 150 234 of them. Needless to say, it's impossible to manage everything in one playthrough, but everything carries over into a NewGamePlus.
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