Trash to Treasure: Kasuga's Aquatic Adventure in Like A Dragon
Step into the vibrant world of Yokohama in Like A Dragon, where our fearless protagonist, Kasuga, finds himself embarking on an unusual quest. In the ...
Step into the vibrant world of Yokohama in Like A Dragon, where our fearless protagonist, Kasuga, finds himself embarking on an unusual quest. In the quest titled "Infinite Wealth," Kasuga is tasked with a range of extraordinary missions, from performing BMX stunts while delivering food to caring for the environment by picking up trash. But fear not, my fellow adventurers, for this noble project brings not only environmental benefits but also fantastic rewards that await the spearhead of this endeavor.
Drawing upon the quirky Can Quest minigame's point system in Yokohama, the garbage you collect becomes a valuable currency, turning trash into treasure. However, there's a catch—some of the trash doesn't stay on dry land, which means Kasuga must dive into the depths of the ocean and participate in the Reduce and Reuse program.
The mastermind behind this environmental initiative is none other than Yoko Umino, a passionate environmental activist and the overseer of the Recycling Center. Through the Reduce and Reuse program, Kasuga can exchange each piece of garbage he finds for valuable points.
To dive into this watery adventure, make your way to the Recycling Center located on Honolulu Beach. As you approach the ocean with Kasuga, prepare to make a splash as you trade your regular outfit for some stylish swimwear. Dive into the water, where a sea of trash awaits your diligent cleanup efforts.
Keep an eye out for golden circles shimmering in the water. Swim towards them and press the action button (X on Xbox, Square on PlayStation) to dive deep and retrieve whatever hidden treasures lay beneath the waves. The items you discover may range from useful tools to complete rubbish, but fear not, for even the latter holds value in the eyes of Yoko Umino, the Recycling Center's passionate leader.
To find the Recycling Center, venture to the central area of Honolulu Beach. Look for a conspicuous white hut that resembles a lifeguard tower. Beside the tower, you'll spot a small parking lot and a dumpster, a symbol of the battle against waste. And there, adjacent to these landmarks, stands Yoko Umino herself, ready to share her disdain for trash that tarnishes nature's beauty and enlist your help in recycling it instead.
Once you've gathered your haul of trash, Yoko will break down the point values for each piece you've found. And then, my fellow adventurers, the real fun begins. Yoko will unveil her inventory, displaying a wide array of valuable rewards that can be purchased using your hard-earned recycle points. So before you make the long swim back to the beach, be sure to take a moment to peruse the treasure trove of items available.
From rare equipment to special items and unique trinkets, Yoko's inventory holds the promise of wonders beyond your wildest dreams. Engage in conversation with her at the Recycling Center and discover the fruits of your underwater labor.
In the end, this aquatic adventure in Like A Dragon proves that one person's trash can truly become another person's treasure. Join Kasuga in his quest to beautify the beaches, save the environment, and reap the bountiful rewards that await those who dare to dive into the depths. So grab your swimwear, prepare to get wet, and let the ocean be your guide to infinite wealth!
Disclaimer: The ocean is vast, and its depths hold mysteries beyond our control. Please ensure your swimming skills are up to par, and remember to prioritize safety while exploring the underwater wonders of Like A Dragon. Happy diving, adventurers!