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I've just picked up Okami HD and like any sane person would, I love it. They've added trophies now as well, which is great. But with this type of game, especially with a design that's a decade old and never included any meta-game stuff like trophies to begin with, I'm not sure how easy it will be to get all the trophies in one playthrough. I remember the game being really long, too, so I imagine it would be quite annoying to miss just one!

Are there any trophies that can be accidentally permanently missed in the game, due to things like inaccessible areas, enemies, one-time events, etc? If so, can we abuse the manual save system to get another chance? Are there certain points where I should create a separate save to be able to access those events/enemies?

I've played the game before but I'm sure plenty of people haven't, so use spoiler tags where appropriate, please!

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Heh, actually Okami has a lot less missable things than the sequel, Okamiden. –  badp Nov 11 '12 at 12:25

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PS3Trophies.org's trophy guide & roadmap lists 3 missable trophies: No Furball on the Menu, From Imps to Demons and Barking Up the Cherry Tree.

No Furaball on the Menu is only available during a certain part of the game and if you miss it, you must load a previous save.

From Imps to Demons requires you to beat every enemy in the game, one of them is the Fire Doom Mirror, which is only available on one mission.

Barking Up the Cherry Tree requires you, among other things, to finish the game with 5 deaths or less. This, of course is missable if you die more than that.

I recommend you check the trophy guide I linked to and the individual trophy descriptions so you know what to look forward to.

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