Like A Dragon Gaiden Crane Game Kitty Kat
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How to get the Kitty Kat from the crane game in Like a Dragon Gaiden

Ask and you might receive.

There are a lot of mini-games in Like a Dragon Gaiden, including some you can play to satisfy the requirements of support missions. Here is our guide telling you how to get the Kitty Kat from the crane game in Like a Dragon Gaiden.

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When you visit Club SEGA, you may run into Cute Young Girl. She expresses her desire to get Kitty Kat from the nearby UFO Catcher 8 crane game. If you can get it for her, you’ll receive a generous reward. To get the Kitty Kat from the crane game, use the claw to snag the prize.

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Before you even pay some yen to make an attempt at the crane game, you should make sure the prize is on offer. There are four machines, and you can pay to play any of them. For me, none of them had the Kitty Kat available. However, you can check with the woman at the counter to refresh the prizes.

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The counter is just to the right of where you find the girl. Talk to the attendant and she will cheerfully refresh the supply of prizes at no cost to you. Then you can check the booths with the cranes to see if one of them now features the desired type of prize (check the image at the top of this guide).

Playing the crane game itself. You pay 1,000 yen for five chances at prizes. Press a button or key once to confirm the crane’s horizontal movement and line it up with the prize you want. Press it again to determine how deep into the space the crane moves. Most prizes, including the Kitty Kat, are reasonably easy to grab.

When you hand the prize over to the girl, you complete Kitty Kat, Come Home and receive a reward: 400 Akame Points. There’s no money in it for you, but that’s okay; you’ve made a young girl happy.

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