Psycho-Pass Mandatory Happiness Trophy Guide

Psycho-Pass Mandatory Happiness Trophy Guide

Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness Trophy Guide. Difficulty: * Β A visual novel based on the Psycho-Pass anime set in a dystopian future. The Platinum is rather quick and easy to unlock if following a guide.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness * 36 5pb Japan 16 15 4 0 0

Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness

Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness is a visual novel based on the Psycho-Pass anime. Players select either Inspector Nadeshiko or Enforcer Takuma and make choices throughout the story, which can impact the ending. The game also includes tile-matching mini game.

The story is set in a dystopian future of Tokyo where people can be preemtively imprisoned for their tendency to commit crimes using a personality scanner called a Psycho-Pass. A rogue AI named Alpha is attempting to provide happiness through chemical control in order to reduce the human population. Yet Inspector Nadeshiko Kugatachi and Enforcer Takuma Tsurugi are on the case.

Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness received received widely mixed reviews with an average score of 73%, praised by some for remaining faithful to the source material, engaging story, and overall entertaining, which criticized by others for possessing too much text and only targeting fans of the anime.

Since the main basis of the game is a visual novel, the majority of the trophies are easy to unlock provided you're following a guide. There is a portion of the game which requires completing a set of block puzzles, though this is more grinding than difficult.

The Platinum can be earned in around 16 hours if following a guide.

NOTE: The trophies on the NA and UK PS4 version share the same trophy list with those on the PS Vita. However, the Japanese region have separate lists on each console.

You can start by going through the Prologue, then selecting Inspector Nadeshiko Kugatachi for your first playthrough. If you're in a rush for that Platinum, you'll want to follow one of the guides under our Links tab to see not only which choices to make, but when and where to make saves that you can revert to when aiming for all the endings. You should unlock a total of 16 trophies during this step.

Next, start a new game and after completing the Prologue, select Enforcer Takuma Tsurugi. Again, follow one of the guides to know which choices to select and when to make saves. By the end of this step, you should have another 15 trophies unlocked.

Finally, it's time to do some grinding. Head into the tile-matching mini-game, and work on building as many high value tiles as you can. You will need 100,000 points to unlock the Achieved 100,000 Points trophy. However, we recommend reaching up to 605,000 points in order to unlock the remaining trophies.

Once you have your 605,000 points, back up your save before making your purchases. You will need to unlock all the voice files for each character for the VOICE Complete trophy, and the remaining pictures for the PICTURE Complete trophy. By backing up your save, you can make the necessary purchases and unlock one trophy, than reload and purchase the remaining for the second trophy.

Lastly, if you've been following the guides and viewed the Bad Ends, you will still just need to access the Scene menu from the Content Viewer. This will unlock the SCENE Complete trophy, and if you've been following this roadmap, the Platinum trophy as well.