Crisis Core Final Fantasy VII Reunion Trophy Guide & How to Get Platinum

Here are some pointers to help you out in your Crisis Core Final Fantasy VII Reunion Platinum trophy run

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Crisis Core Final Fantasy VII Reunion looks set to give you that good old-fashioned grind that we have come to expect from the franchise’s trophy lists. Be prepared for a lot of work to get this Platinum.

In this trophy guide, we’ll give you some tips on what to expect when you’re doing a platinum trophy run for Crisis Core Final Fantasy VII Reunion. The game’s mostly unchanged from the original PSP version, at least by story beats standards. But there are not-so-subtle changes that may or may not be to your liking.

Note: Crisis Core Final Fantasy VII Reunion trophy list has been known for a while but is only been officially announced and added to PlayStation's list complete with each of the trophies' respective grade.
Update: Crisis Core Final Fantasy VII is out now.

Crisis Core Final Fantasy VII Reunion Trophy Guide

Platinum

  • My Living Legacy: Unlocked all trophies

Gold

  • Mission Completionist: Completed 100% of all missions
  • Divine Rule Broken: Defeated Minerva
  • SOLDIER of Legend: Cleared the game in Hard Mode

Silver

  • Thanks to You, Zack: Cleared Chapter 10
  • Overpowered: Dealt 99,999 damage to an enemy
  • DMV Master: Achieved 100% progress for all DMW
  • Genji Equipment: Collected all Genji equipment
  • Midgar Full of Flowers: Constructed every flower wagon type

Bronze

  • Embrace Your Dreams: Cleared the Prologue
  • He Wouldn’t Betray Us: Cleared Chapter 1
  • We’re Not Monsters: Cleared Chapter 2
  • Angels Dream of One Thing: Cleared Chapter 3
  • Where Did Every Go?: Cleared Chapter 4
  • Protect Your SOLDIER Honor: Cleared Chapter 5
  • Did Genesis Really Die?: Cleared Chapter 6
  • I May Abandon Shinra: Cleared Chapter 7
  • I’ll Come Visit: Cleared Chapter 8
  • We’ll All Be Heroes: Cleared Chapter 9
  • Come and Get It: Won a battle for the first time
  • Prove Your Honor to Me: Performed a limit break for the first time
  • Got Materia Fusion Down: Performed materia fusion for the first time
  • Limit Break Collector: Obtained all DMW images.
  • Missions Completed: 25%: Completed 25% of all missions
  • Missions Completed: 50%: Completed 50% of all missions
  • Missions Completed: 75%: Completed 75% of all missions
  • Shop Completionist: Unlocked all shops
  • Mail Completionist: Received all mail from all senders
  • Hero of the Wutai War?: Received highest evaluation from Lazard for Assault on Fort Tamblin
  • Fan Club Aficionado: Joined every fan club
  • Master Mako Stone Miner: Prevented the Materia Room from being shut down
  • Banora Treasures: Collected all items and arrived at Angeal’s house before the Banora airstrike
  • Everyone’s Hero: Saved everyone calling for help during the assault on the Shinra Building in Chapter 3
  • FIrst-Rate SOLDIER: Defeated all virtual data in the Training Room
  • Precise Restoration: Achieved 100% recovery with the Mako Recovery Unit
  • Of Significant Worth: Judged by Hojo to be a “SOLDIER member of significant worth” in the Fusion Chamber
  • Cell Raider: Checked all cells on the 67th floor of the Shinra Building
  • Wutai’s Nemesis: Caught all the Wutai spies that had infiltrated Midgar
  • Fan Club Savior: Helped every fan club continue their activities
  • Seven Wonders Expert: Learned about all of Nibelheim’s Seven Wonders
  • Cage Opener: Opened the path to the Cage of Binding
  • Slicin’s SOLDIER: Cut down every incoming shell
  • Master Blender: Blended a perfume with the perfect amount of oil
  • Bingo!: Guessed the exact number in the number-guessing game
  • Godlike: Rated to have “godlike speed” in collected materia
  • Shinra’s Squats Champion: Achieved victory against the SOLDIER 2nd Class in the physical fitness test
  • Master Infiltrator: Infiltrated the mako excavation facility without being discovered once
  • Immovable Object: Defeated all enemies in Defense of the Junon Perimeter
  • Zack the Sniper: Did not allow a single gun bull head to escape while sniping
  • Waterfall Chaser: Collected ten chests coming down the waterfall in the hills of Congaga
  • Good Match for Aerith: Told by Bruno that you and Aerith “make a good couple”

There are 51 Trophies in total to collect:

  • 1 Platinum Trophy
  • 3 Gold Trophies
  • 5 Silver Trophies
  • 42 Bronze Trophies

Hidden Trophies

  • Embrace Your Dreams
  • He Wouldn’t Betray Us
  • We’re Not Monsters
  • Angels Dream of One Thing
  • Where Did Everyone Go?
  • Protect Your SOLDIER Honor
  • Did Genesis Really Die?
  • I May Abandon Shinra
  • I’ll Come Visit
  • We’ll All Be Heroes
  • Thanks to You, Zack
  • Hero of the Wutai War?
  • Midgar Full of Flowers
  • Good Match For Aerith
  • Divine Rule Broken

Even from just looking at these trophies, you already know that the game is asking you to really put in the time. We’re talking collectibles, activities, QTEs, the works! The Mission Completionist trophy alone is intimidating enough. And we haven’t touched on all the club activities for ALL the clubs.

The Digital Mind Wave is a revamped feature added in Crisis Core Final Fantasy VII Reunion. And while it is essential to Zack’s Limit Break and Materia leveling, the DMW Master Silver trophy will ask you to get 100% completion in all DMW missions. With a system that’s luck-based, this one is going to take some time… as in relying on slot machines kind of long.

We had some not-so-fond memories of handing out mail in the PSP version of the game. So much so that the thought of multiple playthroughs for this one trophy is enough to question if we really want to be heroes. We’re just hoping that the Mail Completionist trophy is a little more forgiving… Maybe we should be saying that for the other collectibles trophies as well.

And you know the worst thing about this is? You’re going to be putting that much effort into a bronze trophy.

Be careful of the time-sensitive ones like the Everyone’s Hero trophy. You only have one shot to get them done before you are forced to move on to the next part of the chapter. The only good thing about it is that it’s in chapter 3, early enough for a retry, if you want. The same can be said about the Cell Raider trophy but that happens sometime later in your playthrough.

If this trophy data is to be believed, the Seven Wonders Expert and the Cage Opener trophies are trickier to unlock than it seems. And these are bronze trophies, mind you.

On a final note, we see that the SOLDIER of Legend Gold trophy for Crisis Core Final Fantasy VII Reunion will be asking us to clear the game on Hard Mode. Which in itself is kind of ok when you consider the fact that there are multiple trophies that you can miss unintentionally if you aren’t close attention to when you can get them. Our advice? One playthrough on normal to get most of the general trophies out of the way and save the rest and SOLDIER of Legend when you’re doing the actual platinum run.

Now go, and be a hero… and impress the heck out of Aerith too while you’re at it. (Angeal’s proud of us all, SOLDIER.)

And that’s it for this Crisis Core Final Fantasy VII Reunion trophy guide. For fans of the original game, they are going to enjoy it for the most part. But if you’re going down and dirty for that platinum, be prepared to sink some time into this one. Just don’t let the platinum run ruin the rest of the game.


Crisis Core Final Fantasy VII Reunion was released on December 13 on PS4, PS5, Nintendo Switch, Xbox Series, and PC (via Steam).

Check out the launch trailer courtesy of the FINAL FANTASY YouTube account.