100% completion in the Pokémon series is tricky, to say the least. There’s no in-game indicator of your completion status, so it’s up to you as the player to decide what tasks are necessary to fully finish the game. That being said, we’ve compiled a list of potential requirements and our opinion on whether each one truly counts towards 100% completion. If you’re looking to fully complete your Pokémon Sword or Shield save file ahead of Scarlet and Violet, you’ve come to the right place!
In the long run, Pokémon Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl don’t have very much to offer players that the original versions of Diamond & Pearl (and especially Platinum) don’t. Still, they’re the only Sinnoh region games on the Switch — and they’re especially noteworthy for being the only non-event source of Shiny Arceus. If you’ve been playing these games and would like to 100% complete them, we’ve got a full list of requirements written up for you!
When Pokémon Legends: Arceus was released in January 2022, players around the world were hyped to discover the world of Pokémon in a whole new way. At the time of writing, it’s still 2022… and the game has almost completely fallen off. Still, there are many out there still playing, and if you’re looking for a list of 100% completion requirements (and links to more than a few helpful resources), you’ve come to the right place!
Historically, games in the Xenoblade Chronicles series have been incredibly tough to 100% complete. Technically, Xenoblade Chronicles 3 is no exception — but it’s not as time-consuming to complete as Xenoblade Chronicles 2 or Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition. At the time of writing, there’s no official consensus on what 100% completing this game entails, nor is there a requirement to play the game on a specific difficulty. We’ve got a list of tasks to complete right here — do note, however, that there are light spoilers within.
Super Mario Odyssey is one of the Nintendo Switch’s flagship titles — and it’s also one of the most successful games on the system! Even though it’s not everyone’s favorite Super Mario game, it stands to reason that players might want to see everything the game has to offer. We’ve got a full list of 100% completion requirements right here, so if you’re looking to fully finish this game, buckle up!