- Estimated trophy difficulty: 10/10 (personal opinion; Platinum Difficulty Rating)
- Offline trophies: 42 (32, 8, 2)
- Online trophies: 6 (3, 2, 1)
- Approximate amount of time to 100%: 200+ hours (dependent on skill; Estimated Time to Platinum)
- Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 14 playthroughs of Arcade Mode, plus 100 ranked matches and 100 player matches.
- Number of missable trophies: 0
- Glitched trophies: None
- Does difficulty affect trophies?: Yes
- Do trophies stack?: Yes. The International and Japanese versions of the game, have their own lists, though do note the JP list is shared between the PS and PS4 releases.
- Do cheat codes disable trophies: No
- Additional peripherals required?: A second controller is recommended
Welcome to Koihime†Enbu RyoRaiRai (RRR), the third fighting game from Koihime†Muso series developed by BaseSon/UNKNOWN GAMES and published by Degica. This is a niche anime fighter with an all-female cast set in ancient China during the turbulent Three Kingdoms period. RRR is an updated version of Koihime†Enbu which includes a comprehensive rebalance (based on the latest arcade revision) and officially introduces the To faction by adding Choryo and her strategist Kaku to the roster. This is also the first fighting game in the series that received a western localization for Playstation consoles.
Koihime†Enbu RRR follows the same gameplay as its predecessors, retaining all characters from previous games but it changes the way of how strategists work. Every strategist (assist) is now available for selection and can be associated with any character despite their faction differences. Core fighting mechanic revolves around the Hougeki Combo System - a special state in which opponent can be put after being hit by counter attack with Hougeki attribute. Hougeki unlocks several options of how your combo might be extended depending on your strategist's ability, Tactics bar and opponent's position.
Trophy-wise, Koihime†Enbu RyoRaiRai has three extremely difficult trophies which you must consider as deciding factors when planning to 100% this game. Due to Hougeki Combo System you need to perform long and intricate combos for more damage, and this is exactly what you must do to obtain Divine combo trophy. The second hard trophy is Bacho Master which is all about combo execution as you need to perform a complex 75 hits combo using the said character. The number of solutions to both trophies is limited and some require 1.00 version of the game to work. Even then, these methods are not easy to pull off even for experienced fighting games enthusiasts. The third hardest item in RRR trophy department would be Go through a hardship which is for clearing all challenges for all characters. Some of the trials are truly hard and there's no way around it.
PS4 Controller Button Configuration:
In this guide, buttons from the actual game will be used such as A, B, C, D. You can use the example above to see which input each button is mapped to (default layout). If this image is ever broken, refer to the button legend below:
: A (Light Attack)
: B (Middle Attack)
: C (Hard Attack)
: D (Special Attack, Throw)
: L1 (A+B, EX Special Attack)
: R1 (B+C, Hiougi)
: L2 (Taunt)
Character moves will be described using the standard numpad notation, i.e. numbers are used in place of directions, according to their position on a keyboard's numpad (with 5 being a neutral position):
7 8 9
4 5 6
1 2 3
All directions are written assuming the character is facing right (1P side). For example, input 214D reads as + ; and input 623B means + .
For more details on game's mechanics, please refer to Koihime†Enbu section of the Mizuumi Wiki site.
As usual in fighting games, you are free to start with any mode you like and approach any trophy in your preferred method. The following steps are just my recommendation.
STEP 1: ARCADE MODE
Arcade Mode in Koihime†Enbu RyoRaiRai consists of 9 stages and it has no unique final boss. You are required to clear Arcade Mode with 14 characters for corresponding trophies on any difficulty and is a good opportunity to perform each character's taunt and Hiougi while you're at it. Also, make sure to clear Arcade Mode on Difficult at least once.
You can get the following trophies in Arcade Mode:
Beautiful bearded man!
Lingling is the best!
Master of Ry?ga
The ground of Overlord
Sword of Gi
One shot one kill
The Most Determined
The Oath of Sonken
A Queen of the Night
Cut the Gordian knot
Fight like cat and dog
Alive bright with all sorts of flowers
Try and stop me!
STEP 2: VERSUS MODE
Versus Mode doesn't have any specific trophies but it's the perfect place to unlock miscellaneous character-related and in-battle trophies. You'll get some of these naturally while playing Arcade Mode but some conditions are too specific to pull them off against CPU.
The usual recommendation would be to have a second controller in Versus Mode so that you have full control over both characters, without CPU attacks annoying you. Here is a list of the trophies that can easily be unlocked in Versus Mode which would normally be troublesome to do against active opponents (these trophies cannot be done in Training Mode):
Welcome to Koihime-Enbu (Ver.2)
A series of disasters
King of Hougeki Combo
Whole in mind and body
The battle continues
I shut you down!
Collector of ice sculptures
STEP 3: ONLINE MODE
Online trophies in RRR are pretty much straightforward: you only have to play 100 ranked matches and 100 player matches (win or lose). Online is mostly dead for this game so boosting is highly recommended.
Depending on approach, you can get the following trophies in the beginning of your trophy quest or near its end:
The first win!
The first step!
STEP 4: TRAINING MODE
Training Mode in Koihime†Enbu RyoRaiRai is a combination of Practice and Challenges. This is the hardest part of the game where you are going to spend most of your playtime. You are required to spend 10 hours in Training Mode for the trophy, and due to mode's difficulty there is a good chance that you'll clock these hours naturally while working on challenges and combo damage. These are the hardest trophies in the game (and, arguably, among the hardest in the genre).
Unfortunately, it's impossible to tweak Training Mode's settings to your advantage, because the most vital parameter - Tactics bar - must be set to Normal (or 4) in order for combo trophies to unlock. Thankfully, there's a glitch that can be used with 1.00 version of the game which helps to unlock two hard trophies in a single combo but its activation is on par with the hardest challenges even when you know how to invoke it.
You can get the following trophies in Training Mode:
I want this one!
Go through a hardship
Combo still needs practice
Prime Minister of Enbu
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