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The Benefits of Using a Comic Book Values Price Guide for Collectors
Collecting comic books is a hobby that many people enjoy, and it can be a great way to make money if you know what you’re doing. One of the most important tools for any comic book collector is a comic book values price guide. This guide can help you accurately determine the value of your comics, so you can make informed decisions when buying and selling. Here are some of the benefits of using a comic book values price guide.
Accurate Pricing Information
A comic book values price guide is an invaluable resource for any collector. It provides accurate pricing information on all types of comics, from vintage to modern issues. The prices in the guide are based on market trends and the condition of the comic, so you can be sure that you’re getting an accurate estimate of its worth. This makes it easier to buy and sell comics at fair prices, so you can maximize your profits.
Easy to Use
Another great benefit of using a comic book values price guide is that it’s easy to use. All you need to do is enter the title, issue number, and condition of the comic into the guide and it will give you an estimated value. This makes it much simpler than trying to research each individual comic yourself, which can be time-consuming and confusing.
Finally, many comic book values price guides also offer expert advice from experienced collectors. This advice can help you make informed decisions about your collection and ensure that you get the best possible deals when buying or selling comics. The experts in these guides are usually well-versed in all aspects of collecting comics, so they can provide valuable insight into what’s hot in the market right now and what’s likely to increase in value over time.
Using a comic book values price guide is one of the best ways to ensure that you get fair prices when buying or selling comics. It provides accurate pricing information, is easy to use, and offers expert advice from experienced collectors. With this valuable tool at your disposal, you can make smart decisions about your collection and maximize your profits.
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Ghostwire Tokyo relic locations: where to find relics and what to do with them
Earn while you learn by collecting Ghostwire: Tokyo's one-off relic items
Where can I find relics in Ghostwire: Tokyo? Ghostwire: Tokyo features a grand total of 120 one-off collectables — known in-game as relics — that you can pick up as you explore the open world recreation of the titular city's Shibuya district. Some of them are in reasonably obvious places, while others are a little further off the beaten track; but either way, collecting them is a good way to bolster the contents of your in-game wallet.
With Ghostwire's recent arrival on Game Pass, there's more reason than ever to go relic hunting! On this page, we've listed all of the relics in Ghostwire: Tokyo, alongside their locations, value in Meika, and details of which Nekomata vender will pay you to retrieve them!
What are relics used for in Ghostwire: Tokyo?
As well as providing cool asides and snippets of Japanese folklore for you to read in your database, relics serve a practical purpose in Ghostwire: Tokyo. Certain Nekomata vendors who you meet around the streets of Tokyo have a type of relic that they're eager to buy in exchange for Meika (the netherworld equivalent of cash). Talking to each Nekomata will bring up a list requests, letting you know what relics to be on the lookout for, and gives you a few vague hints about where to find them. Most relics are worth at least a few thousand Meika and many can net you tens of thousands in one go, so it's well worth keeping an eye out!
The mild complication to this system is that Nekomata will only buy relics that match their particular interest. The first one you'll encounter, for example, likes traditional Japanese handicrafts such as daruma dolls and festival masks; others like categories such as golden objects, nostalgic collectables of the mid-20th century, or works of art. This can mean a bit of backtracking to return an item to the Nekomata who wanted it; luckily, you can use cleansed Torii Gates to fast travel.
In exchange for their desired items, Nekomata will give you a reasonably generous payout in Meika, the currency used by Nekomata vendors throughout the city. This can feel a little underwhelming a swap for your cool-one off collectables; luckily, you still get to keep the database entries for all your relics after you sell them, which is your only way of admiring them after you pick them up anyway.
Furthermore, specialist Nekomata have some powerful and rare objects for sale, so it's definitely worth doing business with them; they just don't require you to fulfil requests and trade relics before opening up shop like you might expect. You also get bonus rewards for every few requests you fulfil for a particular Nekomata, such as cosmetic items or extra katashiro (a crucial spirit-gathering resource for the titular ghostwire).
Ghostwire: Tokyo relic locations
Below are the locations of all relics in Ghostwire: Tokyo. Worth noting is that, in line with Ghostwire's often idiosyncratic map annotation system, you'll receive a marker for the original location of every relic you've picked up. I'm not totally sure what good that does, but it's something to know about!
For an extra hint: you might notice a cattish sound piping up now and then as you explore the deserted streets of Tokyo. This means one of a few different things: either that there's a relic nearby for you to pick up; a Nekomata vendor in the vicinity; or a floating golden Maneki Neko statue. (Use Akito's force punch to destroy the latter for a large pick-up of Meika.) In any case, if you hear an echoing and slightly spooky meow accompanied by a chime, it's worth using spirit vision and exploring the vicinity for high-value relics and items.
The Antique Nekomata's stall is located in the Shimokusa Shrine area. They request 7 items:
- Incense Burner: Found in the graveyard near the Sakano Shrine, placed at the foot of a large gravestone. (M9,800)
- Inro: On the highway running through the Kamio Shrine area, placed atop a pile of clothing just before the road is blocked by a yellow bus. (M5,400)
- Pocket Watch: On an outdoor dining table outside the GoldFish restaurant in the Kamio Shrine area. The table has a bottle of wine on it to help you identify where to look. (M12,000)
- Kai-Awase Shells: Atop the mailbox on the front of an orange house in the eastern Onten Shrine area. (M7,800)
- Koimari Dish: Southeast of the Akitsu Shrine, propped on a chair in front of a shop next to a yellow-fenced construction site. (M14,800)
- Bizen Ware: Atop an air conditioning unit on the small balcony of a house at the southern border of the Shiratsuki Shrine area.
- Daguerreotype Camera: On a bench in the park to the northeast of the Chishima Shrine. (M15,500)
The Archaeology Nekomata's stall is located in the Tatsui Shrine area. They request 7 items:
- Shakokidogu: In the underground construction site area where you cleanse the Yashin Shrine Torii Gate. The statue is in a box placed against one of the area's outer walls, conveniently spotlit by a red bulb. (M12,200)
- Jomon Pottery: In the north of the Shiratsuki Shrine area, in a gated-off apartment building garden area next to a brightly-coloured children's tricycle. (M22,000)
- Yayoi Pottery: In the northeast Chishima Shrine area, on a bench in a small enclosed area in front of a building entrance. (M18,000)
- Haniwa: Inside the Onten Shrine building itself, directly to the left of the altar where you pick up the reward for cleansing the area. (M16,000)
- Dotaku: Inside the Construction Labyrinth landmark, on the bottom floor under a pile of rubble near to a red generator with a spotlight. (M11,500)
- Dokyo: At the highway in the Onten Shrine area, in a small fenced-off area of scrubland right next to the underpass tunnel entrance. (M12,800)
- Kan'ei Tsuho: Inside the Restricted Area landmark, up some metal steps to the construction cabin, inside a small bowl. (M8,500)
The Artsy Nekomata's stall is located just behind the pedestrian bridge leading over the road by the Shibuya bus station. They request 5 items:
- Sharaku Ukiyo-e: Hop off the highway on its northern side in the Shiroyama Shrine area, inside the left-hand of two storage cabinets in an alleyway. (M18,000)
- Utamaro Ukiyo-e: Inside the building you investigate as part of the side-quest "The Voice in the Wall", above the bed in the hotel room you access after clearing out the yokai. (M18,000)
- Hokusai Ukiyo-e: On the 24th floor of the Kagerie Retail Complex, accessible via the elevator from the 4th floor. The relic is in a box in the roped-off corner of the room. (M17,500)
- Portrait of a Spirit: Located at the rooftop Kagerie Shrine, encountered as you ascend the high-rise retail complex in Shibuya on your way to the Kagerie observation deck. The portrait is hanging on the right-hand wall immediately to your right as you enter. (M4,900)
- Reiwa Placard: Located inside the building that is home to the newspaper offices, there's a large supply closet on the same floor as the gate control panels. In here there are two lockers next to a whiteboard, and the placard is in the one on the left. (M2,019)
Doll Fanatic Nekomata
The Doll Fanatic Nekomata's stall is located in the Namihara Shrine area. They request 11 items, including one in triplicate:
- Maneki Neko: Found as you descend further underground at the Shibuya train station, you'll reach an arcade called Kadomi. To the left of the arcade as you approach it is a set of metal shelves, tucked behind a banner against the arcade's exterior wall. The statue is on the upper shelf. (M10,000)
- Daikon Mandrake: (1) In an alleyway northwest of the 429 Street landmark, in a white box atop a stool next to a row of wooden chairs. (2) In a garden area with pots and paints in the north-western corner of the Matsumi Shrine area. (3) In the tunnel connecting the two main roads through the Toyoi Shrine area, in a plant pot on the back of a truck. (M9,900 each)
- Three Wise Monkeys: In the alleyway north of the Utagawa Torii Gate, on a plinth outside a shop with a blue fish-patterned sign and a red lantern hanging out front. (M3,300)
- Kibori Kuma: On the table inside the explorable one-room office building on the alleyway off the northern road of the Hitani Shrine area. (M5,200)
- Small Wooden Dolls: Hop over the wall south of the Hirokawa Shrine and open up the storage locker behind the blue and yellow crates. (M7,800)
- Shisa Statues: Inside Shibuya Central Hospital during the "Haunting Visions" side-quest, enter the nurse's station to find these atop the tall filing cabinet. (M7,800)
- Japanese Doll: Inside the apartment building you investigate for the "And Then There Were None" side-quest. The doll can be found on the floor where you enter, in a side-room off the first door you reach on the left. (M8,800)
- Tanuki Statue: In the southern half of the Drunkard's Alley landmark area, this large statue is outside of a shop just near the intersection with the main road. (M3,600)
- Akabeko: Inside the building you enter as part of Chapter 4's main mission, on a metal shelf in the room where you interact with the breaker to turn the lights back on. (M4,000)
The Handicraft Nekomata's stall is located in the street market just outside the entrance to the Shiroyama Shrine. They request 11 items:
- Daruma: Found inside KK's apartment. Head to the very back of the room on the left-hand side as you enter. There's an open storage space here, and the Daruma doll is tucked away behind the partition wall. (M2,800)
- Lion Mask: Found in the alley directly behind KK's apartment building. The mask is in the right-hand of two storage lockers. (M4,000)
- Kenka Kiseru: Balanced alarmingly near the edge of a rooftop you access via Tengu grapple point at the very western edge of the Shiroyama Shrine area. (M4,500)
- Onigawara: Just northeast of the Tsukinami Dai-ichi Park landmark, this ornate relic decorates the apex front of a roof facing an intersection in the brick road. (M3,800)
- Kokeshi: Left of the main entrance to Shibuya Central Hospital, in a cardboard box on the back of a white pickup truck near the ambulance entrance. (M3,980)
- Kazarigoma: Found outside a store surrounded by a wooden fence, just off the west side of the highway at the very southern end of the Shiroyama Shrine area. (M5,200)
- Sensu: On the elevated highway in the Shiroyama Shrine area, atop some boxes on the back of a white truck behind a yellow bus. (M7,800)
- Soroban: In the basket of one of the bicycles chained up outside the Shibuara Park landmark. (M2,500)
- Tetsubin: Behind a tall building to the southwest of the Musical Nekomata stall, in a grey storage closet near to a bike shelter. (M5,500)
- Tortoiseshell Comb: Next to a red light and atop a pile of clothes on the rooftop of the tall building northwest of the Sengokuzaka landmark. You'll be able to see a large red billboard for "Renz Resistance" as you face the correct location. (M10,000)
- Uchide no Kozuchi: On the ground floor of a large building site along the northern edge of the forest area in Hatsuike Shrine region. (M8,800)
The Japanophile Nekomata's stall is located on the main street at an intersection, near to the raised roadway that marks the northern edge of the Utagawa Shopping District. They request 7 items:
- Randoseru: On a rooftop midway up the building you ascend as part of "The Crimson Moon" side-quest. Be sure to check each level thoroughly on your way up, as it isn't at the very top! (M13,000)
- Model of Tokyo Tower: On a table several floors up in a building under construction right by the highway in the Matsumi Shrine area. (M3,330)
- Black-Rimmed Glasses: On a briefcase at the rooftop edge, at the very top of the tall building directly south of the Sports Avenue landmark, on the side where you're looking down at Shibuya Crossing. (M26,500)
- Magazine w/Free Handbag: Inside the apartment you investigate as part of the main mission in Chapter 3. It's on the nightstand in the first room to the left.(M1,480)
- Marimo: On a bench near the middle of the large park area surrounding the Kappagaike Torii Gate. (M3,680)
- Pig Incense Burner: On a balcony on the side of the building at the northwest corner of the city block containing the Kamio Shrine. The relic is atop a stack of bundled publications. (M3,200)
- Model Restaurant Food: On a café table outside a small restaurant called "Terry's", on the southernmost road through the Kamio Shrine area. (M6,800)
The Luster-Loving Nekomata's stall is located on the quiet side of the Shibuya Kagerie Retail Complex, away from the main pedestrian plaza. They request 5 items:
- Golden Tea Bowl: Found on a small cushion on a plinth, just off the path near the westernmost gate of the Shiroyama Shrine. (M13,400)
- Shachihoko Statues: On a shelf inside an explorable one-room office building in the southwestern Shiroyama Shrine area, near to a payphone and a Wind Jizo statue. (M8,500)
- Bottle Gourd: Before exiting to the Restricted Area, jump down into the water in the large circular well-like room with multiple staircases leading up. The relic is propped against the exterior wall. (M4,800)
- Oban: Descend a ladder to the riverside in Ugatawa Shopping District. Along the path there you'll find a homeless encampment, now occupied by several cats. The oban is on the floor in the middle (and is, with a bitter sense of irony, perhaps the most high-value relic in the game). (M43,000)
- Kanzashi: Follow the road north of the Weapon Nerd Nekomata stall to find this relic on a table at the entrance to a laundromat business. (M10,000)
The Musical Nekomata's stall is located at the far end of the road that leads away from the bottom of the off-ramp in Sengokuzaka. They request 6 items:
- Kagura Suzu: Inside the shrine you enter after cleansing your first Torii Gate. On the left side of the room you can pick up the Kagura Suzu from a table in the corner. (M9,800)
- Shamisen: Directly to the north of the Nostalgic Nekomata stall, in a storage shed outside the staircase leading up the tall apartment building. (M9,800)
- Furin: Hung from the window frame on the upper storey of a building next to a graveyard entrance. You'll need to jump onto the awning below to reach it. (M2,200)
- Horagai: At the beginning of Chapter 3, re-enter the shrine you were in in the cutscene. This item is at the very back of the structure, on a table in the left-hand corner. (M9,400)
- Biwa: Inside the house you investigate as part of the "Zashiki-warashi" side-quest in the Onten Shrine area. Enter the room opposite you as you enter the house to find this at the back of the room on the right-hand side. (M13,900)
- Wooden Fish: Inside the building where you activate the "Art Imitates Life" side-quest. Complete the quest and return to pass through the sliding doors and collect this relic from a back room. (M6,800)
Netsuke Collector Nekomata
The Netsuke Collector Nekomata's stall is located in the Kamio Shrine area. They request 16 items:
- Rikishi Netsuke: Inside the cardboard shelter beneath the overpass, on the main road leading through Sengokuzaka. (M9,600)
- Kappa Netsuke: Inside an explorable laundromat business across the main north road of the Shiratsuki Shrine area, on the top shelf of a magazine rack near the back. (M10,000)
- Tengu Netsuke: On the highway turn-off in the Kappagaike Torii Gate area, just beside a blue car next to the barrier. (M12,000)
- Nurikabe Netsuke: In an alleyway on the border of the Tatsui and Onten Shrine areas, visible atop an open duffle bag near to the blue-and-white construction sign. (M13,000)
- Oni Netsuke: Next to an abandoned handbag and raincoat on the helipad atop the tallest building in the Shiroyama Shrine area, located in the region's southeastern corner. (M24,000)
- Zashiki-warashi Netsuke: Atop a bank of capsule toy machines outside a business on a roadside east of the Hirajuku Torii Gate. (M10,000)
- Karakasa-kozo Netsuke: In the building you investigate as part of the "Nesting Evil" side-quest, follow the left-hand route before opening the locked glass doors and go up some stairs. The relic is inside an open safe on some metal shelving in the room at the top. (M13,000)
- Rokurokubi Netsuke: Go directly south of the Onten Shrine, staying within the same city block until you reach a construction site. The relic is atop a pile of clothing near the digger. (M13,000)
- Kodama Netsuke: Cross the road east of the Tatsui Shrine and you'll reach a park at the entrance to a graveyard. The relic is on a circular bench surrounding a planter. (M11,000)
- Ittan-momen Netsuke: On the rooftop of the building at the very corner of the city block bordered by the highway in the southeast of the Kuo Shrine area. The relic is next to a pile of clothes a short distance from the red aircraft warning light. (M15,000)
- Azukiarai Netsuke: At the highway crossroads in the north of the Namihara Shrine area, in the bed of the white pickup truck with white goods and boxes piled high on the back. (M11,000)
- Kamaitachi Netsuke: Atop one of the three capsule vending machines in front of a closed-up shop front, on the outer boundaries of the Utagawa Shopping District. (M12,000)
- Chochin-obake Netsuke: On the train platform in the Shibuya underground station. This small object is easy to miss, and is lying on the floor next to a handbag surrounded by piles of clothing. To help you find it, a flashlight on a nearby chair illuminates its exact location. (13,000)
- Ubume Netsuke: Atop the building in the Sakano Shrine area with the large red neon light of a kanji symbol in a circle. The relic is directly below the light where it stands on the roof, atop a pile of clothes. (M12,000)
- Akaname Netsuke: On the ground floor of the shopping centre just west of Sengokuzaka, inside the stroller with a cat beside it. (M11,000)
- Nue Netsuke: In a blue crate on the back of a white truck, on the highway directly east of the Shimokusa Shrine. (M10,000)
The Nostalgic Nekomata's stall is located at the entrance to the shrine where you reunite with KK at the end of Chapter 2. They request 7 items:
- Bubble Era Folding Fan: On a metal stage on the roof of the 429 building within the landmark of the same name. You can access this relic at any time, but you will come to its location as part of the side-quest "After the End II". (M1,990)
- Model Supercar: On a desk beside a stack of newspapers inside the Volunteer Office building you investigate as part of the "Deep Cleaning" side-quest. (M1,200)
- Model Frilled Lizard: When inside the titular location as part of the Hoarder's House side-quest, head upstairs and enter the first room you get to. There's a closet to your left with the model inside it. (M5,000)
- Model Axolotl: At the border of the Kirigoaka and Namihara Shrine areas, this relic can be found on the roof of a white bicycle shelter next to a graveyard. (M4,500)
- Loose Socks: Inside the third stall of a toilet block in a park just below where the main highway turns off in the Shiroyama Shrine area. (M12,500)
- Gara-Kei: Inside the building you investigate as part of the "Nesting Evil" side-quest, on a black couch in a narrow trash-filled side-room just off the entrance room. (M1,980)
- Portable Cassette Player: At Shibuya Station, head upstairs to the overground train platform. Investigate the train to find this relic at the very back of the rearmost carriage. (M7,800)
The Occult Nekomata's stall is located in the Onten Shrine area. They request 15 items, including several duplicates:
- Film Camera: In the park with panda rides opposite the street to the Torii Gate entrance to Shiroyama Shrine. Directly to the right of the entrance is a fortune teller's tent; the camera is on the table in the centre. (M13,200)
- Cursed Videotape: (1) Follow the main road through the game's starting area up and to the right. The relic is inside a blue crate in an alleyway containing crates and bicycles. (2) In a dead-end alleyway across from the "Umbaal" beauty salon in the Namita Shrine area. The relic is atop a stack of newspapers in front of some blue bins. (M4,200 each)
- Haunting Photo: One storey up in an apartment complex in the southeastern corner of the Kuo Shrine area. The relic sits in a scattered collection of mail in front of a sealed apartment door; a creepy straw doll can be seen through the apartment window to let you know you're in the right place. (M4,800)
- Ghastly Knife: (1) In the men's room at the platform of Shibuya underground station. The knife is in the third stall from the door as you enter (the one with a set of clothes visible under the door). (2) In the third stall of the ladies' toilets in the Tsukinami Dai-ichi Park landmark. (3) In the second blue port-a-potty on the south side of the Construction Labyrinth landmark. (M4,200 each)
- Inugami Mummy: While exploring the subway tracks at the end of the Shibuya underground map, explore the rubbled-in tunnel before entering the gated-off area to find this relic on a ledge near a yellow sign that's fallen over.(M12,000)
- Straw Doll: (1) Pinned to a tree in the sunken park right beneath where the highway passed through in the Utagawa Torii Gate area. (2) Pinned to a tree on the edge of the forest in the Kirigoaka Shrine area, very close to the road on the border of the Chishime Shrine area. (M4,000)
- Taxidermy Crow: Hung from a washing line on the roof of a building in the Saihama Torii Gate area, accessed via a ladder near a car park at ground level. (M900)
- Red Shoes: Found in the parking garage of a building you access in Chapter 4 (as part of the main mission "Giants"). The shoes are on the ground next to a shutter blocking off access to the ramp out of the garage. (M5,100)
- Unsettling Plushie: Under the outdoor staircase on the ground floor of an apartment building directly south of the Antique Nekomata stall in the Shimokusa Shrine area. (M4,200)
- Hu-mutt Mummy: On a bench inside the Kamio Shrine building. It's a whole corpse, you can't really miss it. (M9,800)
- Tsuchinoko: At the base of a tree in the large forest part of the Hatsuike Shrine area. To find the right tree, head directly south from the payphone that's at the roadside on the forest's northern edge. (M31,000)
The Playful Nekomata stall is found in the Yamaki Shrine area of the map. They request 16 items, including several duplicates:
- Kendama: Found in the house you investigate as part of the "Zashiki-warashi" side-quest. Open all the sliding doors you come across to find this relic in a closet in the storage room. (M3,250)
- Kite: (1) On a rooftop near to KK's safehouse, marked out by a stack of yellow "NIPORO" crates — the relic is atop the stack. (2) Stuck on the back of a satellite dish on a rooftop just east of the Namita Shrine. (3) Under the railing of a rooftop overlooking the highway intersection in the Shiroyama Shrine area; the relic is on the same level as the highway. (4) Stuck in the balcony railings of a building just northwest of the Yashin Shrine. (M16,000 each)
- Hagoita: In the Utagawa Shopping District area, in a yellow bag on a seat at an outdoor rooftop dining table on the building opposite the purple "Omega pojishon" billboard. (M4,800)
- Tin Goldfish: Walking along the road directly east of the Hitani Shrine, this relic is behind some plant pots. The relevant building has a lantern out front and is on the right-hand side of the road as you'll approach it from the shrine side. (M3,800)
- Japanese Rhinoceros Beetle: On a tree at the edge of a park area looking at the Shibuya Scramble Crossing from the south. (M1,800)
- Paper Crane: Inside the Shibuya Central Hospital, accessible from the "Haunting Visions" side-quest onwards. This relic is on a round wooden coffee table in one of the hospital rooms you can explore next to the spirit's location. (M1,200)
- Model Minivan: (1) In a derelict empty lot across the road from a barbershop in the Namihara Shrine area, there are three large pipes stacked behind an abandoned bicycle; the relic is inside the top pipe. (2) On a pile of clothes next to a volleyball and a bike, inside a blue bicycle shelter just north of the Weapon Nerd Nekomata stall in the Hirajuku area. (3) Inside the house you investigate as part of the "Zashiki-warashi" side-quest, on a shelf under the window in one of the bedrooms. (M3,600 each)
- Hanafuda: Near a pile of clothing on the first upper floor of a construction site in the Shimokusa Shrine area, across the road from the Antique Nekomata stall. (M4,980)
- Marbles: Atop a drinking fountain near the railings in the narrow northeastern upper corner of the forest in the Chishima Shrine area. (M2,250)
- Temari: Near a pile of child's clothing in front of some swings, in a small park near a yellow-fenced construction site in the southern Akitsu Shrine area. (M5,300)
- Super Shinji Sticker: In the building site full of cats you investigate as part of the "Crimson Moon" side-quest. On the middle floor, walk across several narrow metal beams where cats are sitting to find this relic in a bowl. (M560)
Weapon Nerd Nekomata
The Weapon Nerd Nekomata's stall is located in the Hirajuku Building Rooftop Torii Gate area of the map. They request 6 items:
- Ama-no-Murakumo-no-Tsurugi (Replica): Found at the top of the Sky Garden landmark to the south of the Kagerie Retail Complex building. The relic is stuck into a stone at the centre of a small ornamental pond. (M11,000)
- Ame-no-Habakiri (Replica): On a shelf inside the Hitani Shrine building. (M12,000)
- Japanese Sword: Up a ladder on the second floor of the construction site you investigate as part of the "Old Wounds" side-quest, this relic is in the corner of an otherwise empty room. (M16,500)
- Naoe Kanetsugu's Kabuto: After cleansing the first torii gate within the Kirigaoka Shrine forest area, enter the small one-room building and you'll find this relic on a shelf. (M17,900)
- Shuriken: Climb the tall building between two convenience stores in the Hitani Shrine area; several shuriken are stuck into a small outlet box on the roof. (M50,000)
- Jitte: In a gas station beside the highway in the southeastern Onten Shrine area, you can access the building's interior by crouching under a shutter. There's a large black toolbox on a table to the right, with the relic inside it. (M5,600)
Clearly, there's lots to be on the look-out for as you explore the eerily deserted streets of Tokyo. For more location guides, check out our list of where to find KK's investigation notes in Ghostwire: Tokyo and where to find every Jizo Statue in Ghostwire: Tokyo .
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Looking for a particular collectible in Ghostwire: Tokyo? Click the links below to jump to:
- KK Investigation Notes
Jizo Statues can be found all over the map in Ghostwire: Tokyo. Praying at these green, blue, and red Statues will increase the power of Akito's Wind, Water, and Flame abilities, respectively. While Akito can pray at white boxes outside certain Shrines to reveal exact Jizo Statue locations in that area, this costs Meika, and not every Shrine has an Offering Box. If a Jizo Statue has been pinged while using Spectral Vision, a short jingling sound can be heard, and the outline of the statue will stay on screen for a short time.
- Jizo Statue Locations
Magatama is absorbed from beings called yokai, and is then used to upgrade Akito's abilities. There are many types of yokai to hunt throughout Shibuya, including Ittan-momen, Karakasa-kozo, and Kamaitachi. Each yokai must be caught a different way, but the method remains the same for each type of yokai in future hunts. There are also some Nekomata stalls that sell Magatama for 130,000 Meika each.
- Magatama Locations
Tanuki are crafty animals disguised as random objects that reward Emotes for Photo Mode, and Charms that can greatly help during combat. Collecting all 25 Tanuki will complete the "Tanuki Hunt" side mission, and unlock the "Your Tail's Showing" Trophy . Collecting all Tanuki will also unlock "The Boss Tanuki" side mission, which rewards Akito with a complete Tanuki outfit. Look out for tails on suspicious objects around the map to help with finding all 25 Tanuki!
- Tanuki Locations
KK Investigation Notes are short stories about KK's past cases that also reward 20 Skill Points for each one found. There are 20 notes in total, and they can be found throughout the streets of Shibuya, and for sale at certain Nekomata stalls for 100,000 Meika. Skill Points are needed to upgrade Akito's Abilities, and getting every ability is needed to unlock the "Mind and Body" Trophy.
Treasures (also referred to as Relics) are unique items that can be found all over the map, including on rooftops and inside buildings. Once collected, return the item to the correct Relic-Hunting Nekomata stall to receive a varying amount of Meika, and unique rewards for completing multiple requests.
There are 123 Treasures/Relics in total, and although this sounds like a big task, you can actually pin the general location of each Treasure requested by a Nekomata. This makes them easier to find, but as they are the smallest collectible in the game, they can be a little tricky to spot. Finding all Treasure locations will unlock the "Collector" Trophy.
- Treasure Locations
Voice logs are short recordings mostly found at payphones and Shrines, but are sometimes found during main and side missions. Although they don't unlock any perks, once all 17 voice logs are found, "The Whole Truth" Trophy will pop.
- Voice Log Locations
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Ghostwire Tokyo - Relic/Treasure Locations
All Relics required for the Relic-Hunting Nekomata and a map of where to find them!
Ghostwire Tokyo – All Netsuke Collector Nekomata Request Locations
A complete guide on where to find all Ghostwire Tokyo Netsuke Collector Relic Request locations.
The yokai in Ghostwire Tokyo are a mischievous bunch but they can be helpful when they want to be. So, I don’t blame anyone for wanting to collect Netsuke of yokai. It’s a good thing then that the Netsuke Collector Nekomata in Ghostwire Tokyo is always there to grab up whatever we have for a pretty penny.
As the name suggests, the Netsuke Collector Nekomata in Ghostwire Tokyo is one that deals in little wooden keepsakes. Its 16 requests are all based on various yokai, some of which we’ve interacted with throughout the course of the game.
The Ghostwire Tokyo Netsuke Collector Nekomata Relic Requests can be found east of the Matsumi Shrine. Here’s where you can find all 16 Ghostwire Tokyo Netsuke Collector Nekomata relics in Shibuya.
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What are Nekomata Relic Requests in Ghostwire Tokyo?
The Nekomata in Ghostwire Tokyo are yokai who are more than happy to provide supplies and ammunition to Akito for the right price. These wheelin’ and dealin’ cat-like yokai only deal in a special currency called Meika.
Occasionally, you may be tasked with acquiring relics for the Nekomata in exchange for Meika and other rewards. It is beneficial for both parties that these good relations continue for as long as possible. And nothing is more friendly than doing someone a favor.
Ghostwire Tokyo Netsuke Collector Nekomata Relic Request List
- Rikishi Netsuke
- Kappa Netsuke
- Tengu Netsuke
- Nurikaba Netsuke
- Oni Netsuke
- Zashiki-warashi Netsuke
- Karakasa-kozo Netsuke
- Rokurokubi Netsuke
- Kodama Netsuke
- Ittan-momen Netsuke
- Azukiarai Netsuke
- Kamaitachi Netsuke
- Chochin-obake Netsuke
- Ubume Netsuke
- Akaname Netsuke
- Nue Netsuke
Ghostwire Tokyo Netsuke Collector Nekomata Relic Request Locations
Relic 1 – Rikishi Netsuke
Located in a makeshift dwelling underneath a bridge north of the Sengoku Police Box, part of the Matsumi Shrine area. The Rikishi Netsuke can be found beside a backpack and a pile of clothes.
Reward: 9,600 Meika
Relic 2 – Kappa Netsuke
Located in a laundromat north of the Shiratsuki Shrine. The Kappa Netsuke can be found on top of bookcase right of the entrance.
Reward: 10,000 Meika
Relic 3 – Tengu Netsuke
Located on the motorway overlooking the Kappagaike Torii Gate. The Tengu Netsuke can be found on top of a pile of clothes beside two crashed cars.
Reward: 12,000 Meika
Relic 4 – Nurikabe Netsuke
Located on the sidewalk south of the Tatsui Shrine. The Nurikabe Netsuke can be found inside a duffle bag beside a pile of clothes.
Reward: 13,000 Meika
Relic 5 – Oni Netsuke
Located on top of a high-rise building southeast of the Shiroyama Shrine. The oni netsuke can be found on top of a helipad beside a pile of clothes. The only way to get to top of the building is to take a window washer’s scaffolding.
Reward: 24,000 Meika
Relic 6 – Zashiki-warashi Netsuke
Located outside an arcade south of the Shiratsuki Shrine. The Zashiki-warashi netsuke can be found on top of the capsule toy machine.
Relic 7 – Karakasa-kozo Netsuke
Located inside an abandoned apartment complex near the Utagawa Shopping District Torii Gate. The Karakasa-kozo Netsuke can be found inside a safe that can be reached by the scaling the collapsed floor from the room that requires you to crawl through rubble. It is first accessible during the “Nesting Evil” side mission.
Relic 8 – Rokurokubi Netsuke
Located at a construction site south of the Onten Shrine. The Rokurokubi Netsuke relic can be found atop a pile of clothes surrounded by debris.
Relic 9 – Kodama Netsuke
Located in a park east of the Tatsui Shrine. The Kodama Netsuke can be found on a park bench on top of a pile of clothes.
Reward: 11,000 Meika
Relic 10 – Ittan-momen Netsuke
Located on top of a building south of the Kuo Shrine. The Ittan-momen Netsuke can be found beside a pile of clothes.
Reward: 15,000 Meika
Relic 11 – Azukiarai Netsuke
Located on a major road north of the Namihara Shrine. The Azukiarai Netsuke can be found at the back of a white truck that’s crashed into the railings.
Relic 12 – Kamaitachi Netsuke
Located in front of a shuttered establishment directly east of the Utagawa Shopping District Torii Gate. The Kamaitachi Netsuke can be found on top of a capsule toy machine.
Relic 13 – Chochin-obake Netsuke
Located in the Shibuya Underground . The Chochin-obake Netsuke can be found in the station’s hallway beside a pile of clothes.
Relic 14 – Ubume Netsuke
Located on top of a building northeast of the Sakano Shrine. The Ubume Netsuke can be found on the floor next to a pile of clothes.
Relic 15 – Akaname Netsuke
Located outside the Tottoko Cinema in Sengokuzaka. The Akaname Netsuke can be found inside a baby carriage.
Relic 16 – Nue Netsuke
Located on the road east of the Shimokusa Shrine. The Nue Netsuke can be found in the back of a truck on top of a bunch of containers.
Ghostwire Tokyo Netsuke Collector Nekomata Relic Request Bonus Rewards
These rewards are based on how many requests you’ve completed in the Ghostwire Tokyo Netsuke Collector Nekomata Relic Requests.
- Outfit: Glasses (Round)
- Outfit: RIOT DIVISION Tech Shoes
- Camera Filter: Cinematic 2
- Self-Defense Beads
And that’s about it for the Ghostwire Tokyo all Netsuke Collector Nekomata request locations. I hope this guide helped you out on your search! And remember there are other Nekomata out there looking for help in their own searches.
To learn more about Ghostwire Tokyo and its gameplay, check out Bethesda Softworks’ Official Gameplay Deep Dive.
If you like this guide, check out our other Ghostwire Tokyo articles and other Ghostwire Tokyo guides :
- Ghostwire Tokyo Review (PS5)
- Ghostwire Tokyo – All Abilities, Resources, and Shrine Buffs Guide
- How to Fast Travel in Ghostwire Tokyo
- Ghostwire Tokyo – How to Unlock the Fallout 4 Vault Suit
- Ghostwire Tokyo – How to Effectively Block Attacks
- Ghostwire Tokyo – all Tanuki Hunt locations and how to complete them
- Ghostwire Tokyo – All KK Investigation Notes Locations
- Ghostwire Tokyo – Landmark Locations and Where to Find Them
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Ghostwire Tokyo Trophy Guide & Roadmap
March 21, 2022 by Archavia 79 Comments
Ghostwire Tokyo Trophy Roadmap
- Estimated trophy difficulty : 3/10
- Approximate amount of time to platinum : 40-50 hours
- Online Trophies : 0
- Number of missable trophies : 0
- Glitched trophies : None
- Does difficulty affect trophies? : No, can play on any difficulty
- Minimum Playthroughs : 1
- Free-Roam / Level Select after Story?: Yes, you will return to before the Point of No Return after completing the story
- Release Date: March 22, 2022 (Deluxe Edition) / March 25, 2022 (Standard Edition)
Welcome to the Ghostwire Tokyo Trophy Guide! Ghostwire Tokyo is an open-world game set in Shibuya, Tokyo and comes from the developers of The Evil Within, Tango Gameworks. In order to get platinum, you will effectively need to do 100% of all content available in the game, which includes multiple variants of collectibles, reaching max level, completing all side missions and transferring 100% of spirits around Shibuya. Fortunately the game is very user-friendly with these as most have a means of tracking them in-game, or abilities/prayer beads that makes finding them easier.
No trophies are missable, so you can play the game at your own pace. There is free-roam upon completing the game, and while there is a Point of No Return at the end of Chapter 4, you will revert to before this point after completing the game, allowing you to continue freely exploring and cleaning up any collectibles you have left.
Step 1: Complete the game, collect anything you find along the way
Play through the game, collecting and completing any content you find along the way as you desire. All activities and collectable types can be toggled on the map, and will remain visible after collecting, so it will be easy for you to check whether you have collected something or not, making it easy to collect as you go and clean up later.
While playing through the game, it is recommended to occasionally fast travel to the Shibuya Scramble Crossing landmark, in the hopes of getting a Hyakki Yako event to occur on the northern road, as these are needed to get all spirits. You will know if you have a Hyakki Yako event occur as there will be a parade of enemies walking through a cloud of fog that will teleport you to an arena when you get close. These occur randomly on major roads and can be a grind to do them later, so by actively trying for these as you play you will with any luck get several Hyakki Yako events to occur before needing to grind them.
There is a Point of No Return at the end of Chapter 4, however you revert to this point after completing the game and can keep grabbing all remaining collectibles. If you choose to you could do all content in the game at this point before finishing the game, but finishing the game will unlock a set of Prayer Beads that helps with transferring all spirits, so it is recommended you do this. Completing the last 2 Chapters only takes about 30 minutes so it isn’t much time for the benefit.
Step 2: Transfer 100% of Spirits, Complete all Side Missions, Collect all Collectable Types
Once you’ve finished the game, you will need to start working on completing all the content in the game. This includes transferring all Spirits, completing all Side Missions, cleansing all Torii Gates, discovering all Landmarks, defeating all Visitor types, collecting all Relics, KK Investigation Notes, Magatamas, Voice Logs, Jizo Statues, Missing Tanuki, Food and Drink, Music Tracks, Outfits and Prayer Beads.
The order that you do this is entirely up to you, whether you focus on one type at a time or move around the map and do everything along the way. For Spirits, you can either collect these as you do other content and clean them up at the end, or you can collect them all immediately and complete the game again to get Tireless Beads and Shadow Beads, which give you unlimited SP / Talismans / Arrows and makes you practically invisible, respectively.
Step 3: Complete Chapters 5 and 6 again with 100% Spirits, and Clean Up
Useful Tips, Tricks and Guides:
- Ghostwire Tokyo – Collectible Guide
- Ghostwire Tokyo – All Side Missions
- Ghostwire Tokyo – All Torii Gate Locations
- Ghostwire Tokyo – All Relic Locations
- Ghostwire Tokyo – All KK’s Investigation Note Locations
- Ghostwire Tokyo – All Magatama Locations (Yokai Hunts)
- Ghostwire Tokyo – All Landmark Locations
- Ghostwire Tokyo – All Voice Log Locations
- Ghostwire Tokyo – All Jizo Statue Locations
- Ghostwire Tokyo – All Missing Tanuki Locations
- Ghostwire Tokyo – All Food and Drink Locations
- Ghostwire Tokyo – All Music Track Locations
- Ghostwire Tokyo – All Outfit Locations
- Ghostwire Tokyo – All Prayer Bead Locations
- Ghostwire Tokyo – All Visitors (Enemy Types)
- Ghostwire Tokyo – Full World Map
Ghostwire Tokyo Trophy Guide
March 21, 2022 at 4:10 pm
3/10, no online, no missable, no glitches, no difficulty-specitifc, TAKE MY MONEY!
March 21, 2022 at 4:42 pm
Great list, it looks easy and just a simple collectacon/to-do list of things in the games. I like it. That Sniper trophy is a page from the Far Cry games or what? At least is only 40 meters and not 300km like Far Cry, lol.
March 26, 2022 at 8:41 am
Far Cry has been like 40-50ft… lol
March 21, 2022 at 4:54 pm
I’m still using your guide for Elden Ring. Once I platinum the game I will come here to enjoy this! You are incredible. Thank you very much.
March 22, 2022 at 4:40 am
Used your guide for Elden Ring Plat, now I’m going to use this one aswell! ?
March 24, 2022 at 1:29 am
30 40 hours???? I’m more than 1 week finding and catching all the spirits, game is not 30 40 hours.. I’m more than 70 hours in the game
March 26, 2022 at 1:29 pm
Both myself and DK did this in 40ish hours without guides, so 35-45 is very much reasonable. It’s recommended that you use the setup listed in the trophy for Spirits if you are struggling to find them, as with all the skills and beads listed there it shouldn’t take more than a few hours to go through the whole map collecting all spirits.
March 31, 2022 at 2:00 am
I got the platinum in less than 30h, around 28h with this guide
April 7, 2022 at 4:01 am
I cannot seem to find the last of the spirits
I only need that and 2 other trophies. I have 98.62% of them, lol
January 18, 2023 at 2:58 am
70 hours?! I’m at 29 hours and only have Jizu and Tanuki left. Reckon 35 hours will be about right Spirit finding is extremely easy with the spirit beads
March 24, 2022 at 1:48 pm
For tori gates you need to do the main mission of retrievieng fuel/gas to pop the trophy if you clean all gates before
March 26, 2022 at 1:28 pm
Thanks for this, I wasn’t sure if that one was necessary as it wasn’t marked on the map. I’ve corrected this now.
March 24, 2022 at 5:08 pm
Thx mate you are the best
March 25, 2022 at 1:53 pm
Is forsaken(visitor) missable? I cant not find even a single one when I search the whole map, they wont respawn at all?
Forsaken location was moved in Patch 1.01 or 1.02, it can now be found in the parking lot northwest of Onten Shrine.
March 25, 2022 at 6:42 pm
Does in game currency have a finite amount or can you grind it from enemies and loot?
March 26, 2022 at 1:27 pm
You can grind meika infinitely, but it’s entirely unnecessary as getting all relics and trading those will be more than enough meika.
March 26, 2022 at 3:13 am
Is there some way of locating Spirits? Im now at 99.04% of 2 Areas and cant find any Spirits in this Area anymore.
Still thinking of dropping the Plat. So much brainless collectible Stuff to do specially in finding all of the Spirits is just a grindfest.
March 26, 2022 at 1:26 pm
Spirit Perceptions Beads are the best way to locate spirits, as with these equipped an orb will point in the direction of the nearest spirits if there’s any within that area.
March 26, 2022 at 7:11 am
If you buy all the katashiro, can you still pick up the rewards?
March 26, 2022 at 1:24 pm
Yes, if you have all Katashiro you will just get rewarded Meika in place of Katashiro.
March 26, 2022 at 8:24 am
Better Together is NOT working for me. Do I have to reach a certain point in the story for the scissor ladies to START doing the move? Just sat for like 30 min and they kept doing the same 2 moves. I’m at the beginning of Act 4.
April 1, 2022 at 6:40 am
I also want to know the answer to this! I’m also on chapter 4 and have grinded both white and red scissor ladies and neither will do the severance attack for the trophy. What do you have to do to trigger it to happen???
April 2, 2022 at 6:41 pm
I’m trying to figure this out, too. I’ve fought regular and red scissor ladies and neither ones have ripped kk out of akito… they just swipe at me.
April 5, 2022 at 11:12 pm
Have you figured this one out? Need help!
March 26, 2022 at 1:38 pm
Can’t find Rice Ball (Salmon), any location where it could be?
March 26, 2022 at 1:40 pm
Aside from the unique foods bought at stores, all food/drinks are completely random and just found by collecting the white bags around the game. No set spawns so you just have to hope to get the right items when picking them up.
March 26, 2022 at 2:56 pm
Where is the Shibuya Scramble Crossing landmark located it? Thanks
March 27, 2022 at 9:04 am
It’s next to Morite Shrine in the south, you can look at the Landmark guide linked in the roadmap for a specific location.
March 27, 2022 at 12:29 am
Hey, so I’ve encountered an issue when it comes to game and since I haven’t found anything on it yet I wanted to see if you can maybe help me in any way. All of the combat related trophies are working just fine for me but I’m unable to unlock any of the other trophies. None of the chapter trophies, no collectible trophies, not even the petting trophy seem to be working. Have you maybe encountered similar issues? Perhaps with other games in the past?
March 27, 2022 at 2:52 am
Ok, I spent the last two hours testing what might have caused this and it seems you must be logged into Playstation Network with your account to unlock certain trophies, even non-story related ones. Might want to add that to the guide since if it doesn’t get patched this means you can’t use a proxy account to unlock Platinum before logging in with your main acccount.
March 27, 2022 at 9:06 am
I’ll keep an eye out for anyone else having similar issues, as right now we don’t know if that’s the reason. If it is that’s changed in the latest patches as I did the whole game offline in 1.00 with no trophy issues. If there’s more reports confirming this to be the case now, I’ll update the guide to mention it.
March 27, 2022 at 12:06 pm
Doesn’t seem to be the case. Just deleted the game and disconnected my PS5 so that I wouldn’t download the patch. Result was that I couldn’t unlock any trophies at all. Don’t know what on earth might cause this but if someone runs into the same problems I hope this can help.
April 11, 2022 at 5:42 pm
Unfortunately I’m stuck at 62% yet I’ve collected and completed everything in the game. No idea why the trophies haven’t popped but super cheesed off after such a collectathon :(. Always been online and on the patched version of the game. All trophies up until 62% unlocked as and when they should
March 28, 2022 at 1:41 pm
I also have an issue with canned food (it is comune but for me after 30 hours not found), i have a trick to all people that have problem with food:
1) find a food bag on the street 2)save before open the food 3)open the food, if you dont find correct one recharge the save and retry
The food is randomic and each recharge you find different food.. try!
March 29, 2022 at 10:47 am
How many of those Hyakki events are there and do you need to do them all? Or do they spawn infinitely?
March 29, 2022 at 11:09 am
They spawn infinitely, it can just be a bit tedious trying to trigger them to spawn.
March 29, 2022 at 6:19 pm
I’m just curious why we need to do them for the platinum, I don’t see a trophy for doing them.
March 29, 2022 at 6:32 pm
Hyakki Yako events give 15,000 of the spirits that are needed for the 100% Spirits trophy, similarly to the Containment Cube events.
March 29, 2022 at 6:38 pm
If they spawn infinitely, would it be possible to farm them to get all the 100% spirits? Or do you mean they will keep respawning until you complete them, and once you complete them they stop spawning ? If so, how many do we need to do ?
March 29, 2022 at 6:46 pm
They keep respawning after you get 15,000, but you can’t get any more spirits afterwards.
March 29, 2022 at 2:03 pm
I might have encountered a bug. I am on chapter 4 and have almost all of the spirits, except for a few which, according to the map tracker, should be located in Toyoi shrine and Akisawa Shrine. The problem is that the spirit beads does not indicate any in the area nor I can find it by going around. It is getting frustrating ?
March 30, 2022 at 7:49 pm
I’m having the same issue. Are some spirits not available until beating the game?
April 4, 2022 at 3:06 am
I also had this issue, but I found out that those last few spirits are the rewards for completing the After the End II and III side missions. Those side missions didn’t show up for me until just before I hit the “point of no return” of chapter 4.
April 5, 2022 at 2:18 pm
You may have to buy them from the cats. Whenever I didn’t see any yokai on the map, I assumed a cat was selling the magatama and I was right.
March 29, 2022 at 6:40 pm
Ok so you just keep completing Hyakki events until you got 15000 spirits in total from them ?
Ignore my previous comment then.
March 31, 2022 at 7:08 am
Thanks for the guide, just wanted to say I agree with the timeframe, nice yo have a shorter game compared to Eldin Ring and Horizon Forbidden West. Man making these guides would be fun and , thanks for sharing!
April 1, 2022 at 8:39 am
I really wish someone would make a guide for “Left Alive” Wink wink, nudge nudge… And no, Powerpyx won’t do it, and other Trophy hunters I have asked 🙁
March 31, 2022 at 9:34 pm
I am 240,205/240,300 spirits collected and ive been using the beads that guide me to them. Underground, Cubes and Parades are all filled. i found the last spirit but it is stuck inside a the corner of the big building “Shibuya Kagerie Retail Complex”. inside the wall and a bit under the ground level. an area u cannot enter or reach. I tried reinstalling the game and nope. Are there more than 240.300 spirits so i can go find others or am i glitched…
April 2, 2022 at 5:38 pm
Towards the left of that, is like a ditch/found you can use to get under that building to where that spirit is located.
April 3, 2022 at 12:49 am
I was stuck in the same situation until my friend showed me that there’s a small canal in the opposite direction (to the left of the colorful wide LED staircase)! You have to jump down and you’ll see a straight path towards the spirits once you’re down there. Happy 100% Spirits!
Credit to my good friend: psykora (the original tomb raider)
April 1, 2022 at 8:38 am
So… what exactly us Tatari mode? Several sites just copy and paste what the in-game description says… and Reddit/Gamefaqs has no answers…
April 7, 2022 at 8:37 pm
I SPOKE TO9 SOON! I found some more spirits in subway station
April 2, 2022 at 2:02 am
Been enjoying this game and also really enjoy the content you put out. Keep up the great work.
April 2, 2022 at 6:29 pm
I’ve spent hours looking through the city at 98.99% souls and it really seems like there are no more souls left. Sidequests, Underground, Cubes, and Hyakki Yak all complete. Is it possible to not be able to get all souls?
April 3, 2022 at 12:35 am
Update: Found everything after I realized the blue “trail/orb” that shows up in spectre vision point you in the direction of the souls. This guide definitely does say that but I must’ve read past it. I could’ve saved myself hours if I had figured that out or read that better. Thanks again for the guide!
April 7, 2022 at 8:23 pm
Yeah it took me a minute to figure that out as well lol
Except now I’ve got so many spirits collected it doesn’t show me anything anymore 🙁
I only need 5% of the remaining spirits in the Morite Shrine area and I will have the platinum.. except for the life of me I just cannot find them. Ugh
April 4, 2022 at 12:01 am
Possible glitched trophy
I have seen many people get this before chapter 4, yet I have tried endlessly to have the white and red scissor ladies hit me with a severance attack to no avail. I even saw another site say it is story unmissable and should happen in chapter 3. Is there any clarification to this? I’m about to start chapter 5 and still can not get this to happen. Probably spent well over 2 hours trying.
Can anyone confirm??
April 5, 2022 at 4:12 pm
I am in the same boat. Saw people have it before chapter 3.
I assume this is from the side mission in the underground or the hospital. I can’t remember where but there are two missions before chapter 3 end that involve that boss type.
Either this is bugged or missable.
April 8, 2022 at 12:21 am
I got it during one of the bosses in chapter 5, I think it’s scripted to happen there.
April 5, 2022 at 9:27 pm
The Forlorn and Forsaken definitely respawn after a couple hours. Been seeing them both appear again and the same happened to a friend who missed them and alerted them during their playthrough. They were missing for her and she thought the plat was unobtainable. Told her to check again and they reappeared. Happy hunting!
April 6, 2022 at 3:42 pm
True. I finished the game yesterday and found a Forsaken in the same place where I killed him for the trophy.
April 9, 2022 at 10:18 am
Bro, your time predictions are ridiculous. I enjoyed, the game but „rushed“ through it. And my save tells 102 hours. PLEASE adjust your time predictions. For every game. Seriously.
April 12, 2022 at 3:35 am
It’s not a prediction, it’s based on my own experience. I got platinum in about 40-45 hours, and that’s with writing the guide and getting all information. I have adjusted the time to 40-50 hours however.
April 12, 2022 at 11:30 pm
How the hell did you need 102 hours? I got the platinum in 27 hours and enjoyed the game, not rushing at all. So 40-50 hours is doable.
April 14, 2022 at 3:07 pm
“rushed” and its 102?? Damn… You need to rush more :D …. Jokes apart, I’m almost done and am at 39 hrs in game. So the approximates look fine, I’d say.
April 9, 2022 at 11:41 pm
Anyone else having problems getting the sleuth beads 3 and archery beads 3 they are not at the shrines. I got everything else I. The game all tori gates and shrines everything but these 2 prayer beads are not there
April 16, 2022 at 9:15 pm
I remember that I also thought that I collected everything and for me it was sleuth beads 3 which I missed. They were not inside the room of shrine as usual, but outdoors on the small stand. You can actually check from which shrines you collected beads in the map menu by pointing cursor on shrine icon.
April 24, 2022 at 6:39 pm
Oh man what a drag this platinum was. 35 hours with guide. I was constantly visiting shibuya for Hyakki Yako events and they had a pretty decent spawn rate. Also if you are missing around 1.000 spirits before finishing chapter 4 you’ll get them as a reward for after the end ii & iii side missions which are available at the end of that chapter.
June 1, 2022 at 4:50 am
Hello everybody why can’t have trendsetter trophy ? I have all clothes and i checked 5 times ! Please help
June 26, 2022 at 11:47 pm
Did you find all tanukis?
June 24, 2022 at 5:54 am
Relic Hunter glitched on me… There are two items specifically I picked up but didn’t register on the map as collected. One of which didn’t even register in the database despite having picked it up twice somehow a night or two ago. I’ve double checked those locations and there’s nothing there and the map shows nothing. Having gone through the guides list I have obtained everything else and everything else has an icon on the map. I’m also 100,000% certain it’s not user error.
Both items I knew I grabbed. One of which was an item I picked up twice which I thought was odd at the time. However it’s unavailable to trade into the Collector and it didn’t even register in the database. It’s also the last thing I need to complete all collectors tasks and also locks me out of all clothing as the reward is an item of clothing.
That item is Relic #34, the Tsuchinoko, which is found South East of the Kappagaike Torii Gate and given to the Occult collector. The second was Relic #58 that didn’t get marked on the map but shows up in my list and was traded to whichever collector requested it.
I wasn’t necessarily sure I was going to get or go for platinum because of soul collector and w/ roughly 20k more souls needed this… What really pissed me off is that I thought about finishing the campaign 2-3 nights ago instead of messing about with all this filler BS. Seems the game made it’s choice for me. Had fun but what a tedious open world full if filler rubbish packed inside a 6 hour campaign. 2 cents
August 12, 2022 at 1:13 am
In the Akitsu shrine, I arrived at 89.46 of captured spirits (I did the two side missions in the area), but there are no more ghosts to capture. Can anyone help me?
January 28, 2023 at 2:19 pm
Thank a lot pal
March 16, 2023 at 7:47 am
Coming to PS+ Extra and Premium in March, so I’ll be giving this a go then. Sounds like a pretty easy if lengthy easy Platinum.
April 12, 2023 at 4:28 am
Will you make a list for the dlc trophies?
April 14, 2023 at 3:16 pm
The game got a update this week and it added some new skills, i started the game just a few days ago, now im worried that it will take longer to unlock the trophy for all skills, anyone knows if thats the case? Im assuming the level cap got increased otherwise it would be impossible to get all skills…
April 24, 2023 at 5:14 pm
For the Hyakki Yako events, we can simply offer 5000 meikas at any oferring altar and it will give you an option that you wanna see an Hyakki Yako event. Fast travel to Shibuya Scramble Crossing and walk around the intersection. The event will be there. I’ve done this several times and it worked out all the time.
April 30, 2023 at 4:34 am
I’m using PC to play the game, but I didn’t see the “Don’t worry about it” achievement. Does anyone know why?
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