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Basically, I'm just asking if it's possible to platinum this game on easy/normal difficulty setting. Yeah that's why I never will be able to platinum the game due to the insane hard/extreme difficulty because it doesnt make the game enjoyable at all.
Oh well, I will just continue to play the game between easy and normal difficulty setting.
Basically, I'm just asking if it's possible to platinum this game on easy/normal difficulty setting.
Thanks Is this game required to have you play on Hard difficulty setting in order to platinum?
Normally that works almost every time, but eventually I would get several duplicates in a row and couldn't get the last couple of modules I needed for a character.
However, in almost every case of this happening, when I quit for the day and started again the next day, I would immediately resume getting new modules easily.
The aura of the song you play heavily influences the aura of the module you unlock.
The Japanese wiki also says that module drop rates is in inverse proportion to the level of the skill on the module - I can't confirm 100%, but the last 8 I was missing were all level 4 , so...
I played maybe 20 songs without it dropping, but it dropped on the first Festival of that type I played. (For a milestone, I hit 100% Gifts at ~700 songs played.
The Japanese wiki also says that module drop rates is in inverse proportion to the level of the skill on the module - I can't confirm 100%, but the last 8 I was missing were all level 4 , so... I did screw up a couple early though.) The page about modules: https://www19.atwiki.jp/mikudiva/pages/473As was mentioned before going for the specific festival will help you big time in missing modules for your character. 5 of anything just give them all away except for one (if it's important to the gift giving event after 5 songs) Once you bring down the friendships of some of the vocaloid don't be afraid to just give away everything to the remaining vocaloid you need max friendship with.
With high level plus the reward being given out is a high chance for a new one will work. Make sure you do this when they are past level 7 or so as gaining points is annoying around this level.
As long as I hadn't reached that limit I mentioned in the last paragraph, I would get a new module of the aura of the song I played.