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19th Jan '18 4:59:21 AM Cryoclaste
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* On XBox Live and PSN, online leaderboards add a PlayerVersusPlayer aspect to single-player games.

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* On XBox Xbox Live and PSN, online leaderboards add a PlayerVersusPlayer aspect to single-player games.
18th Dec '17 1:15:46 AM Cryoclaste
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** Website/TheEscapist also has achievements (Badges), so that for example watching seven episodes of {{Unskippable}} awards "Fishy [=McSketcherson=]". Also, forumites are awarded journalism-themed titles from "Anonymous Source" to "Nobel Laureate" (15k posts), albeit paying members of the Publisher's Club can invent their own titles.

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** Website/TheEscapist also has achievements (Badges), so that for example watching seven episodes of {{Unskippable}} ''WebVideo/{{Unskippable}}'' awards "Fishy [=McSketcherson=]". Also, forumites are awarded journalism-themed titles from "Anonymous Source" to "Nobel Laureate" (15k posts), albeit paying members of the Publisher's Club can invent their own titles.
23rd Nov '17 2:46:51 PM LucaEarlgrey
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** One is used to determine win/loss status, as the game is a head-to-head game. You get 3 points for hitting a note with a JUST judgement, 2 points for a GREAT, 1 point for a GOOD, and -3 points for a MISS. In addition, when you perform a JUST REFLEC attack, you'll get 10 points, although since a JUST REFLEC can be done if and only if you get a JUST, this means you get 13 points total for the attack. On the other hand, miss a note that was JUST REFLEC'd at you, and you'll lose 10 extra points.

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** One is used to determine win/loss status, as the game is a head-to-head game. You get 3 points for hitting a note with a JUST judgement, 2 points for a GREAT, 1 point for a GOOD, and -3 points for a MISS. In addition, when you perform a JUST REFLEC attack, you'll get 10 points, although since a JUST REFLEC can be done if and only if you get a JUST, this means you get 13 points total for the attack. On the other hand, miss a note that was JUST REFLEC'd at you, and you'll lose 10 extra points. This was adjusted in ''Reflec Beat: Yuukyuu no Reflesia'', to accomomdate the new KEEP judgement (obtained repeatedly from maintaining a long note): JUST is now 6 points, GREAT is now 4 points, GOOD is now 2 points, and KEEP is worth 1 point.
23rd Nov '17 2:43:23 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* ''Arcaea''[='=]s scoring is based "out of" 10 million points, with the number of points per note being inversely proportional to how many notes there are in the chart. A PURE gives you 100% of the note's value, a FAR gets you 50%, and a LOST gets you nothing. Additionally, if you get an extra-accurate PURE (in fact, this is the ''only'' judgement you'll get when holding down Hold Notes and Arc Notes, other than a LOST), you'll earn 1 additional point. Thus, an all-Pure run, or a [[CallAHitPointASmeerp Pure Memory]], will often have a score of just slightly over 10,000,000.

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* ''Arcaea''[='=]s scoring is based "out of" 10 million points, with the number of points per note being inversely proportional to how many notes there are in the chart. A PURE gives you 100% of the note's value, a FAR gets you 50%, and a LOST gets you nothing. Additionally, if you get an extra-accurate PURE (in fact, this is the ''only'' judgement you'll get when holding down Hold Notes and Arc Notes, other than a LOST), you'll earn 1 additional point. Thus, an all-Pure run, or a [[CallAHitPointASmeerp Pure Memory]], will often almost always have a score of just slightly over 10,000,000.
23rd Nov '17 2:42:47 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* ''Arcaea''[='=]s scoring is based "out of" 10 million points, with the number of points per note being inversely proportional to how many notes there are in the chart. A PURE gives you 100% of the note's value, a FAR gets you 50%, and a LOST gets you nothing. Additionally, if you get an extra-accurate PURE (in fact, this is the ''only'' judgement you'll get when holding down Hold Notes and Arc Notes, other than a LOST), you'll earn 1 additional point. Thus, a perfect run, or a [[CallAHitPointASmeerp Pure Memory]], will often have a score of just slightly over 10,000,000.

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* ''Arcaea''[='=]s scoring is based "out of" 10 million points, with the number of points per note being inversely proportional to how many notes there are in the chart. A PURE gives you 100% of the note's value, a FAR gets you 50%, and a LOST gets you nothing. Additionally, if you get an extra-accurate PURE (in fact, this is the ''only'' judgement you'll get when holding down Hold Notes and Arc Notes, other than a LOST), you'll earn 1 additional point. Thus, a perfect an all-Pure run, or a [[CallAHitPointASmeerp Pure Memory]], will often have a score of just slightly over 10,000,000.
23rd Nov '17 2:42:13 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* ''Arcaea''[='=]s scoring is based "out of" 10 million points, with the number of points per note being inversely proportional to how many notes there are in the chart. A PURE gives you 100% of the note's value, a FAR gets you 50%, and a LOST gets you nothing. Additionally, if you get an extra-accurate PURE (in fact, this is the ''only'' judgement you'll get when holding down Hold Notes and Arc Notes, other than a LOST), you'll earn 1 additional point. Thus, a perfect run, or a [[CallAHitPoint Pure Memory]], will often have a score of just slightly over 10,000,000.

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* ''Arcaea''[='=]s scoring is based "out of" 10 million points, with the number of points per note being inversely proportional to how many notes there are in the chart. A PURE gives you 100% of the note's value, a FAR gets you 50%, and a LOST gets you nothing. Additionally, if you get an extra-accurate PURE (in fact, this is the ''only'' judgement you'll get when holding down Hold Notes and Arc Notes, other than a LOST), you'll earn 1 additional point. Thus, a perfect run, or a [[CallAHitPoint [[CallAHitPointASmeerp Pure Memory]], will often have a score of just slightly over 10,000,000.
23rd Nov '17 2:42:06 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* ''Arcaea''[='=]s scoring is based "out of" 10 million points, with the number of points per note being inversely proportional to how many notes there are in the chart. A PURE gives you 100% of the note's value, a FAR gets you 50%, and a LOST gets you nothing. Additionally, if you get an extra-accurate PURE (in fact, this is the ''only'' judgement you'll get when holding down Hold Notes and Arc Notes, other than a LOST), you'll earn 1 additional point. Thus, a perfect run, or a [[CallAHitPoint Pure Memory]], will often have a score of just slightly over 10,000,000.
17th Nov '17 3:22:11 AM Cryoclaste
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* While later SpyroTheDragon games featured gems that were actually used as currency, in the first game, they served no purpose outside of a point counter. The only times your gem count affected gameplay were as PlotCoupons- you needed a certain number to advance to some of the homeworlds, and also to access the bonus level- which contained nothing but more gems, and a few trick enemies you had to kill to get even more gems. Essentially, they were worthless unless you were striving for HundredPercentCompletion.

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* While later SpyroTheDragon ''Franchise/SpyroTheDragon'' games featured gems that were actually used as currency, in the first game, they served no purpose outside of a point counter. The only times your gem count affected gameplay were as PlotCoupons- you needed a certain number to advance to some of the homeworlds, and also to access the bonus level- which contained nothing but more gems, and a few trick enemies you had to kill to get even more gems. Essentially, they were worthless unless you were striving for HundredPercentCompletion.
22nd Oct '17 12:37:35 AM LucaEarlgrey
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** Most later ''DDR'' games also have the option to enable "EX Score", in which Marvelous is worth 3 points, Perfect is worth 2, Great is worth 1, and everything else is worth 0, putting far more emphasis on getting Marvelouses and not Perfects.
22nd Oct '17 12:37:18 AM LucaEarlgrey
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** Most later ''DDR'' games also have the option to enable "EX Score", in which Marvelous is worth 3 points, Perfect is worth 2, Great is worth 1, and everything else is worth 0, putting far more emphasis on getting Marvelouses and not Perfects.
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