Pikmin recently received a brand-new Nintendo Switch port — though its title was retroactively changed to Pikmin 1. If you’ve recently wrapped up a full 100% playthrough of The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, then Pikmin 1 is the perfect game for you to play next! Its completion requirements are fairly straightforward, and full 100% completion shouldn’t take you any more than ten hours or so. Please note that this guide applies to all three versions of the game!
The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is an absolutely massive game – it’s several times larger than Breath of the Wild, in fact – and as you might expect, full 100% completion is a huge undertaking. If you decide to take on the challenge, you’ll almost certainly spend over 200 hours doing so. If you’re ready to try, though, we’ve prepared a big list of all the tasks you’ll need to accomplish. This post does contain spoilers, so keep that in mind before you continue reading.
Kirby’s Return to Dream Land Deluxe is a full remake of the Wii title from 2011. In the context of 100% completion, the original version of Return to Dream Land was already one of the more involved games in the series. It’s the only modern Kirby game with an Extra Mode, after all! The Switch version of the game is even more complicated to fully complete — luckily, we’ve compiled a list of tasks that count and don’t count towards 100% completion. Let’s get started!
Persona 5 Royal is now available on all modern platforms, so it’s as good a time to shoot for 100% completion as any! It does take a long time to finish, and you do need to play through the game at least twice. If you haven’t finished the game yet and want to avoid spoilers, please bookmark this page and come back later — you have to play a New Game+ file in order to achieve 100% completion anyway. Otherwise, let’s get right into the list of requirements — buckle up, because this game demands a lot for full completion.
Oh yeah, this game exists! Indeed, since its launch in August 2022, Kirby’s Dream Buffet has kind of fallen off. There’s not a lot of content in the game, but it’ll still take you quite a while to 100% complete it thanks to its heavy emphasis on grinding. In this day and age, it’s difficult to find people to play with online — but in the context of 100% completion, this is actually a good thing! We’ll explain why and more in today’s guide.