-Estimated achievement difficulty: 6/10
-Offline: 12 (200)
-Online: 0 (0)
-Approximate amount of time to 200: 5+
-Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 2.5
-Number of missable achievements: 0
-Do cheat codes disable achievements? Yes
-Does difficulty affect achievements? N/A
-Glitchy achievements: None
-Unobtainable achievements: None
-Extra equipment needed? No
Welcome to Space Channel 5 Part 2! This game has 12 achievements for 200 and is the sequel to the hit Sega Dreamcast action music game. This game is a Music & Rhythm game where you match the moves of your current opponent to save the galaxy. The game isn't that hard but it will take patience to 100% everything. Plus it's a fun game once you really get into it!
Note: You can go to "Help & Options" -> "Controls" to remap the buttons to whatever you like.
Step 1: Single Player Story Mode & Extra Mode
First, start up Story Mode and complete the first stage to unlock Hello World. Continue to play through Story Mode to unlock the achievements HOOOOO!!!!, Passionate Reporter, and Competent Reporter for saving Space Michael, Jaguar, and beating the game respectively. After this you will unlock the Extra Reports. Finish all of these to get the Excellent Reporter achievement.
Step 2: Ulala's Dance Mode
Now for Ulala's Dance Mode. In order to complete this mode you must reach 200%. One slip-up and you are done. It's not too difficult but you must learn the timing of the moves. Personally, the only times I messed up were on the meow charges for 47% and 147%. Finishing up Ulala's Dance Mode will net you the Apprentice Dancer, Awesome Dancer, Skilled Dancer, and Fever Dancer achievements.
Step 3: Hidden Commands
The Hidden Commands should be the only thing left to complete for the Skilled Reporter, Perfect Reporter, and Secret Explorer achievements. Please see the here for more info.
Step 4: Mop Up
If you missed any achievements then head back into Story/Dance Mode and get them. Only several achievements such as getting perfects on everything can be missed so go back and finish whatever needs to be done.
If you enjoyed Space Channel 5 on the Sega Dreamcast then you will surely feel the same about Part 2. Some of the achievements require luck but once you spend enough time practicing your timing the 200 will come before you know it!