Final Fantasy XIII-2

Final Fantasy XIII-2 Trophies
Trigger Finger
Obtained five Cinematic Bonus rewards.
Cinematic Bonus rewards are items received at the end of boss battles containing QTEs. If you succeed flawlessly on the QTEs, "Cinematic Action: Perfect!" will be displayed center on the screen. You will also receive an item with "Cinematic Bonus" written to the left of it on the spoils screen. There are 5 boss battles to earn Cinematic Bonus rewards from:


1. Episode 2 - Bresha Ruins AF005 - Paradox Alpha
2. Episode 2 - Bresha Ruins AF005 - Atlas (Weakened Version)
3. Episode 3 - Sunleth Waterscape AF300 - Royal Ripeness (1st Battle)
4. Episode 4 - City of Academia AF400 - Zenobia
5. Episode 4 - Augusta Tower AF200 - Proto fal'Cie Adam (2nd Battle)

Final Fantasy XIII-2's QTEs are not hard at all and this trophy shouldn't intimidate anyone, but in case you do make mistakes and fail to earn a Cinematic Bonus reward from one of the aforementioned battles, you can either:

1. Hit to Pause as soon as you make mistakes and Retry the entire battle, or...

2. Return later and attempt the boss battle a second (or third, or fourth) time via a Time Reversal. Remember that in order to do a Time Reversal, you need a Reversal Rock from the area first.

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User Comments
 Comment #1 by Xebenatros
Monday, March 26, 2012 @ 02:31:52 AM

Complete each boss battle that features cinematic actions perfectly. Theres only 5 bosses that do this which is rather sad. The 5 bosses are Paradox Alpha, Atlas (Normal or Weakened forms), His Royal Ripeness, Zenobia & The Proto Fal'cie Adam.

 Comment #2 by Hagun0086
Sunday, April 01, 2012 @ 12:21:24 PM

I found His Royal Ripeness to be the one with the least amount of time between button inputs, so keep your eyes wide open when doing this one

 Comment #3 by strivinglife
Tuesday, April 03, 2012 @ 09:31:30 PM

Simple. You can even hit the wrong button first and still get this, as long asyou hit the correct button during the time span.

 Comment #4 by SparhawkChicago
Monday, January 07, 2013 @ 01:15:30 PM

whatever you do avoid the fragment skill that speeds up gameplay for these

 Comment #5 by PeachyFreak
Saturday, September 28, 2013 @ 12:13:30 AM

What I wonder is if it matters if you have the paradox scope turned on or not. See, now I've completed some of these battles a few times messing around with the paradox scope and the other paradox endings. And I've yet to have this trophy unlock for me. So, now I'm going through it all again with the scope off. Crossing my fingers...

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Game Info
Square Enix
Square Enix


US January 31, 2012
Europe February 02, 2012
Japan December 15, 2011

Resolution: 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p
Sound: Dolby Digital 5.1
Players: 1
ESRB: Teen
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