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Transistor Cheats for the PS4


General Tips
  • Transistor has been described as an action/turn-based RPG hybrid, but the game clearly emphasizes the latter. Always use the Turn() function to plan your attacks, and only resort to real-time combat if you have one weak enemy left or something like that.
  • Experiment with functions. You may have your favorites, but there are all kinds of combinations to try out that work better in different situations. It also makes for a more compelling gameplay experience – as they say, variety is the spice of life.
  • Try to unlock all of the function files to gain a better understanding of the story. The narrative in Transistor is purposely obtuse and may alienate some players, but adding in pieces of the backstory helps alleviate some of the confusion.
  • Always have at least one or two Limiters equipped. The game feels a bit too easy with none equipped, and the extra experience that comes with Limiters is certainly a tempting incentive.
  • Consider using Jaunt() as an upgrade ability. It allows you to use a function while you recover the all-important Turn() function, which can save you in key situations.
  • Spark() is a great function for damaging a group of enemies.
  • Hiding from enemies and turning them against each other aren't the two most glamorous attacks, but Mask() and Switch() are very useful functions.
Guides Achievements/Trophies
 
Achievement/Trophy Description
Drive() Reach the Goldwalk District.
Sandbox() Clear one of each test.
Speed() Complete each speed test.
Stability() Complete each stability test.
Planning() Complete each planning test.
Performance() Complete each performance test.
Agency() Complete each agency test.
Anything() Deal at least 1024 damage in one Turn() in the Practice Test.
Everything() Deal at least 2048 damage in one Turn() in the Practice Test.
Contest() Clear every test.
Bye() Complete the story.
Goodbye() Recurse through the story.
Bet() Complete five encounters with one more more limiters in use.
Dare() Complete five encounters with five or more limiters in use.
Risk() Complete five encounters with all 10 limiters in use.
Search() Inspect five completed function files.
Find() Inspect 10 completed function files.
Reveal() Inspect all completed function files.
Process() Inspect all completed limiter files.
News() Use 10 different OVC terminals.
Function() Unlock every Transistor function.
Limiter() Unlock every Process Limiter.
User() Unlock every upgrade slot and passive slot.
Stack() Create a function combination requiring 12 MEM.
Memory() Unlock 32 MEM.
Align() Achieve User Level 8.
Focus() Achieve User Level 16.
One() Achieve User Level 24.
Reisz() Confront Sybil at the Empty Set.
Spine() Confront the Spine at the Bracket Towers facade.
Kendrell() Confront Grant and Asher at Bracket Towers.
Bracket() Confront Royce beyond Cloudbank.
Self() Upgrade a function with a copy of itself.




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