This is our River City Girls 2 Trophy Guide. The sequel to the spin-off of the River City series, the girls and boys are back to give the Yakuza another beating they won’t soon forget. In this new round of city-wide brawling, they are joined by newcomers Marian and Provie, as they fight and explore the city with new abilities, enemies, locations, and more!
In this trophy guide, we’ll go over some things you’ll want to keep in mind as you prepare your trophy run River City Girls 2. These are mostly general observations from past games and from the information we’ve gathered.
Note: River City Girls 2 is set to release on December 15, 2022. Only the trophy list has been made available to us.
River City Girls 2 Trophy Guide
Sequels Are Always Better: Obtain all trophies in ‘River City Girls 2’
The Completionist: Obtained 100% completion
Gimme a break…: All geared up
Funktasmical: Way to cool for school!
Purr-fect Collection: We weren’t kitten with these collectibles!
Autumn Moon: Deadlier after Dark…
Take me to the place I love: Take me all the way and snap it
Lost Track of Time: Got completely distracted while exploring River City
IMPOSSIBLE: Thwarted the leader of the Sabu Clan
Double-Chocolate Donuts: Got to class late, left school early
Mall Rats: No zombies found here.
Forget All Your Troubles: No finer place, for sure.
Gen Rushing: The gates have been open!
Haunting Grounds: Avoided getting lost in the woods
Boney Busywork: Completed a request for a creepy skeleton monster
Uptown World: Don’t believe me? Just watch
Our Hope: Showed Mibobo a dream in your dance
Shadow Force: It’s a bit meta when you think about it
We’re In: Found out how dep the habbit hole goes
Wild Kids: Brawl on the Boardwalk
Do You Even Lift?: Completed Shimizu’s Challenge
Fashionably Friendly: Get disguises from a… frenemy?
Back to School: Literally
Flame Off!: Avoided some serious burns
River City Ransom: Someone is always in need of rescue in this town…
Tower of Power: Showdown in little Sanwakai
Power Stones: Left no stone unshattered
I Choose You!: Enlisted the help of a former enemy from a Hideout
Stranger’s Danger: You can’t put a price on pain
What Are You Buying? I see you have an eye for things
Safety Deposit: Hoarded your snacks at a Hideout
Cupcake on the Wall: This is a conspiracy! That’s what this is
An Overlooked Surprise?: Don’t sleep on returning here for secret
Let’s Be Crazy: Bounced on a bed
Keep it Secret: Keep it Safe
Can You Pet The Dog?: No, you can not. Why would you even think you could do that?
Romance Novel: Gave a significant other a shot in Burgh’s Books
Cryptid Corner: Found deals that are to die for
Made Milton Proud: It looks like someone has a case of the Monday’s
TV Dinner: Come out to the coast, we’ll get together, have a few laughs!
Spirited Away: A friend was not revived in a time of need
Mine Now: Try to snatch it
A Quick Detour: This should have only taken a moment…
Up To No Good: Put a stop to some bullies making trouble in your neighborhood
Survival Horror: Fight off an evil that has taken residence within the woods
It’s Time To Play: Wen maverick and spiked some enemies into sand
Coming Attractions: Survived an early encounter with an old foe
Damsel Dealing Distress: Abs for days
Broken Spell: Served up a beatdown to a bewitching enchantress
Giving it a Shot: Breakdance Beatdowns
Ghost in the Machine: Should probably update all the passwords to something like ‘kittykitty123’, maybe?
PRIMO DELIGHTS: Obtained the third emblem
A Pathetic Son: Won a rematch at River City High
Get Da Choppah!: Double Cross(ed) Off!
Not So Friendly: That wasn’t on purpose… really!
River City Brawl: The gang’s all here
(A little side note – really like how many of the trophies are references to other video games, pop culture… and perhaps a not-so-subtle nod to some YouTubers.)
This is one of the more peculiar trophy lists we’ve seen in a while, there is only one Gold trophy, The Completionist, and it requires you to obtain 100% completion… which is basically the requirement for getting the Sequels Are Always Better platinum trophy. Granted, you can potentially miss one or two to get that are not part of 100% completion, but that’s hard to imagine.
The Purr-fect Collection is of a few collectibles trophies that span the entire city. You’ll want to keep an eye on anything cat-shaped. To a lesser extent, the Power Stones trophies could be confined to a single location. And probably has less to do with collecting but… shattering them.
The only major exploration trophy is the Lost Track of Time. Though it is likely you’ll get it after enough trips around the city. The others are based on side quests tied to specific locations.
The boss trophies: Coming Attractions, Broken Spell, Ghost in the Machine, PRIMO DELIGHTS, A Pathetic Son, and IMPOSSIBLE are tied to members of the Yakuza… and a few punks that refuse to stay down. On the flip side, the trophies Damsel Dealing Distress and Giving it a Shot are the recruitment beatdowns that prove you can be potential allies to the new girls.
The Spirited Away trophy requires multiplayer and to get it, you’ll have to let your friend die. All good, if only to scratch that trophy off the list. The same can be said for the Not So Friendly trophy. And lastly, River City Brawl is going to require you to have all 4 friends in a single co-op session. Either with the boys or with your new backup.
If the trophy tracking data is correct, we can safely assume that the rest of the trophies are obtained through progression and doing some side quests. Most of the miscellaneous bronze trophies fall under that category. Though there are a few challenges like Do You Even Lift? and Flame Off?.
And that’s it for this trophy guide for River City Girls 2. Happy hunting.
River City Girls 2 is set to launch on PS4, PS5, Nintendo Switch, Xbox Series, and PC (via Steam) on December 15, 2022.
Check out this villain’s trailer from developer WayForward where you get to know the villains of the second game a little bit more.