UTA NO * PRINCE-SAMA: REPEAT LOVE
Quiz Minigame Guide Supplement
Overview / Disclaimer:
I'm currently playing Uta no * Prince-Sama with the help of Ape-Exodus' great Trophy Guide and quickly noticed that the quiz minigame is kinda annoying. At least if you don't read/speak Japanese of course
The goal of this quiz minigame guide is to make it a little bit easier for people who can't read Japanese, by providing a sorted table grouped by some easily distinguishable features like: English (some are german, but let's ignore that) words present, any punctuation, commas or question-/exclamation marks.
The entries in the groups will be sorted by length, so you can quickly get a general idea of where to find the current question in the list.
Some questions have two english words as possible answers, which seems to be the easiest thing to quickly find out, so i will start off with a list of all answers that have an english word in them.
So for example: If you encounter a question where the possible answers are "apple" and "banana", you quickly look at the first list if you find either "apple" or "banana". The word that you find in that list is your answer, easy.
Tests / Quiz Minigames:
There are two different tests at different points of the game, so you can only look at the question/answers from the test you are currently at:
- When the minigame starts, quickly look at the question & answers and memorize the following things in this order (easiest to hardest):
- English word(s)/letters in the answer?
- English word(s)/letters in the question?
- Any punctuation, commas and/or question-/exclamation marks in the question?
- And lastly: How long is the question and what is the first Kanji of the question?
(If you have problems with the last one, you can make a screenshot by pressing and simultaneously, to look at the question while the timer is still paused. This takes way longer of course)
- When you memorized those things, quickly press the button to stop the question timer. I guess you can also just pause in-game, but i used the
- If the answers are only English words: Check the first list if one of the words is present to get your answer.
- If there is an English word in the question, check the second list.
- If there is any kind of punctuation, check the third list.
- Else, check the last list and look for the question length and the first Kanji.
This all is just a process that helps to narrow down the possible question/answer combinations and should at least help a little bit to group the things you have to look at to digestible parts.
I noticed that some of the solutions here are "cut off" from the original text in the game, so there may be commas or other punctuation missing. Please be aware of that!
If your question in-game has a comma and you don't find it in the third list, please also check the fourth list and search for the first one or two Kanji.