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Hey Poor Player’s Disaster Report 4 Guide

Let Us Guide You Through The Concrete Jungle To Safety With This Disaster Report 4 Guide.

 

Granzella and NIS America’s Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories is a wildly weird and often chaotic game. However, sometimes it’s not just the building tumbling to the pavement below that makes things a bit confusing. Hisui City is a big place, and it can be hard to know just where you need to go to move the story forward at times. But never fear, we at Hey Poor Player are here to point you in the right direction with our Disaster Report 4 guide. After all, with the ground swelling beneath your feet and concrete raining from the sky, you’ve got enough to worry about.

Before we get into the nitty-gritty, here are a few things you’ll want to keep in mind when making your way through the game’s perilous depiction of a Japanese city caught in a cataclysm:

  • With a massive earthquake impacting the city, disaster can, and often does, strike at any second. However, you’ll usually have a few seconds to run for shelter or take cover before things get messy. If you see the screen start to shake and have nowhere to hide, be sure to hold the Y button or else you’ll find yourself flat on your backside (or worse).
  • The natural disasters plaguing the city aren’t the only thing you’ll need to worry about in Disaster Report 4. This is a survival game, after all. You’ll need to make sure to eat and drink regularly as well as use the bathroom and manage your stress. Stress builds from taking damage or being caught in crazy situations. However, resting at a save point will fully restore your stress meter.
  • Hidden collectibles are EVERYWHERE in this game. Most areas have at least one collectible compass and backpack to add to your collection, and there are dozens of quirky outfits to find and purchase from merchants. While this guide will help you acquire most of these goodies, exploration is fun and encouraged!
  • Lastly, Disaster Report 4 gives you great freedom in how you respond to the locals via dialogue options. While these aren’t always important, how you interact with those around can ultimately shape which ending you get. That being said, feel free to experiment and keep multiple save files so you can see all the various outcomes that the game offers.

 

Without further ado, here’s our Disaster Report 4 guide to each of the game’s locations:

Suiren Park

Asagao Crossing

Ajisai Crossing

Kakitsubata Main Street

Inside Akebonoutsugi Station

Nadeshiko Canal

Hamayu Pier

Enishida Apartments

In Front of Enishida Station

Yaguruma Shopping Street

Entire Kakitsubata Main Street

Kakitsubata Main Street 2nd Visit

Ajisai Crossing 2nd Visit

Asagao Crossing 2nd Visit

Suiren Park 2nd Visit

Azami Station

Himawaricho

Kuchinashi Elementary Evacuation Shelter

Housenka Shopping Street

Suiren Park 3rd Visit

Asagao Crossing 3rd Visit

Ajisai Crossing 3rd Visit

Garbera Bridge Rest Area

Hozuki Airport

 

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Compass Locations

Frank has been the caffeine-fueled evil overlord of HeyPoorPlayer since 2008. He speaks loudly and carries a big stick to keep the staff of the HPP madhouse in check. A collector of all things that blip and beep, he has an extensive collection of retro consoles and arcade machines crammed into his house. Currently playing: Dodonpachi Dai-Ou-Jou (Arcade), Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove (Switch), Neo Turf Masters (Neo Geo)

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