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Estimated Trophy Difficulty: 2/10 (Platinum Difficulty Rating)
Breakdown: 23 ( 1 / 16 / 6 / 1 )
Approximate time to : 8-10 hours if you utilize save states correctly, otherwise 100+ hours
Minimum playthroughs required: 4 (3 school story, 1 after-story), and 19 story-arc replays
Missable trophies: None, if saves utilized correctly (Can only rewind back one section/decision after making a choice)
Glitched trophies: None
Do cheats disable trophies?: No cheats available
Does difficulty affect trophies?: No
Game language(s): Japanese OnlyCopyright/Rights of Use
All media contained herein are the property of the guide authors, Aeliana and technole. This guide may not be re-produced outside of PS3Trophies.org without written permission by the authors. Special thanks and credit to clannad-kouryaku for portions of the story walk-through. Please supply proper credits to the original author(s) if given permission to use any information from this guide.Introduction
Clannad is a Japanese visual novel by the developer Key. The first iterations of this novel were released on PC in 2004 and subsequently followed by PSP, PS2, 360, and now on the PS3 with uplifted HD graphics, and 5.1 surround sound. Clannad is split-up into two story arcs. The school story and what is known as the After Story. The gameplay mechanics are spent reading text that appears on-screen as dialogues. Like in most visual novels, decisions points will need to be made at key parts of the story. Some which will branch off into deeper parts of the story from the main arc. The trophies in this game are mainly focused on clearing specific character scenarios. While you can play the game naturally making decisions, you are likely to spend over a hundred hours going through the novel several times to achieve each scenario. That is if you do not utilize key save states to allow you to re-load and choose different story arcs. This guide will note key points in the story of when to save the game, and the decisions that need to be made to unlock all the trophies. With that said, this game is import-friendly even if you have minimal to no Japanese language knowledge. In this guide we will translate and outline the specific Japanese context you need to know to be successful.Setting up the game
First you will want to install the game onto your PS3 hard drive using the option in the main menu. This will help speed-up load times and provide a more seamless experience through out the story.
It is important to setup the game options so that you put the game on “auto play” mode and to speed up the text in the game from the default options. In the main menu, you will want to setup specific options before you first start-up the game. Select the config menu using the
Setup your settings specially as marked in circles:
When you are finished you can use the button
to exit the menu and save your settings.
This will allow you to use the
button to turn-on auto-play once you begin. You will also be able to tap
to fast-forward scenes if you wish to skip dialog. This is helpful when loading a save state where you have to go back through the same decisions you made previously. As this will save a lot of time.
The main factor to unlocking trophies in this visual novel is making decisions at key points in the story to be on the path to unlock the trophies. For those without knowledge of the Japanese language, you will need to know how to save your progress during key dates and moments of each story arc. The following video will demonstrate the menu options to load and save the game at the key points when mentioned in the trophy guide:
Here will use the
button during a scene to bring up the menu and select the appropriate load/save menu options and the button
to confirm the operation.
If you manage your saves correctly, you will be on the path to the
in the least possible time. Also by utilizing these save states, you will have an easy, identifiable method to retrace your steps should you ever make a mistake or deviate from the paths outlined in the guide.
In the trophy guide it will be labeled which save slots one should save their game in to keep track of the saves that will need to be re-loaded. Even if you make extra saves or deviate from the guide, you can still identify the proper saves. As each save file will be saved with the screenshot of the current scene, the save slot, date in the story, and the current decisions available for that scene. Here is an example of a save from ４月３０日 (April 30):
Finally, you will need to save your progress each time you complete a scenario to allow you to “unlock” other arcs in each playthrough. This is what the dialog will look like and will pop-up at each conclusion, and you will need to always select はい(Yes) using
as the left option indicates:
This should wrap-up the minimal Japanese context that one will need to know in order to play this visual novel.RoadmapStep 1: Start your first new game playthrough, making the appropriate Save States until your first ending.
First you will start a “new game”, and progress through the prologue introduction sequence. In this step you are free to enjoy this story, but you will also need to make key save states during this playthrough to prevent having to start a new game and taking different story arcs. Follow the trophy guide for the following trophies below in-order as provided for the specific decisions that will need a save state before you continue. By the end of his step you will have unlocked the following trophies:
長い坂道 [Steep Hill]
最初の輝き [First Light]
楽しみを重ねて [Collection of Fun Times]Step 2: Replay/reload your school-story Save States to playthrough alternate scenarios.
In this step, you will be utilizing the Save States you made in the initial playthrough to replay through story arcs to unlock specific scenario trophies. It is preferred you go through these trophies in-order provided to spend the least amount of time unlocking more scenarios. At the end of this step and following どこまでもふたりで you will unlock the After Story and have earned the following trophies:
優しい風景 [Gentle Scenery]
広いお庭 [Spacious Garden]
これからの歩み [The Walk Ahead]
髪、また伸ばすね [I’ll Grow Out My Hair Again]
二人だけの灯り [A Light for the Two of Us]
ずっとそばに [Always By My Side]
満開の桜 [Cherry Blossoms in Full Bloom]
いつか来る日 [Someday in the Future]
旅の終わりに [At the End of the Journey]
どこまでもふたりで [Everywhere Together]Step 3: Playthrough the After Story.
At this point you will have unlocked the After Story and will than be able to start working on unlocking further story arcs with this part of the story available. You will need to select the After Story in the main menu and go through that story selecting the specific options below, and to also make one key Save State. There will be no trophies to be earned at the end of this playthrough but it will be required to unlock more of the scenarios:
５月５日 (May 5)
５月６日 (May 6)
５月１６日 (May 16)
【セーブ１８】 (Make Save State #18 here)
見に行くStep 4: Replay the next set of Save States and create the final Save State to unlock the last set of school-story scenarios.
With your After Story playthrough done, you can load Save State #18 【セーブ１８】 (May 16) from Step 3 to start working on the trophies below in their following order. Two of which will require you to start a new game, as new story-arcs will have become available for you to access. At the end of this step following ジェット斉藤出現！ you will have earned the following trophies:
幻想世界 [Illusionary World]
小さなてのひら [A Small Palm]
栄光の古河ベイカーズ！[Glory of the Furukawa Bakers!]
こちらときめき☆学園 [This is Heartbeat High School]
ひいいぃぃぃーーっ！ [Heeeeeeeee~!] (Start a new game)
智代最終兵器 [Tomoyo’s Ultimate Weapon]
ジェット斉藤出現！[Jet Saito Appears!] (Start a new game)
コンプリート [COMPLETE]Step 5: Clean-up (optional).
This step is optional, and will be only be necessary if you happen to be missing any trophies. In this step you should be able to reload any of your previous save states needed to clean-up and further unlock any trophies you are missing.