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Like A Dragon Infinite Wealth Substory Guide

There are 52 Substories, much like side quests, in Infinite Wealth. In this Like A Dragon Infinite Wealth Substory Guide we’ll tell you where you can find the location of all of the different Substory events, the rewards you receive for completing them, and any hints and tips for the more challenging Substories.

Important Note: Some Substories are only available at certain times. If a Substory is not at the location listed above, wait until it either changes to Night or Day and then try again.

Like A Dragon Infinite Wealth Substory Guide

Substory 1: Radio Active
Substory 2: Sujimon, Generation II
Substory 3: Crazy Money
Substory 4: Busted!
Substory 5: Welcome To Hawaii, MFer!
Substory 6: Surfin the Streets
Substory 7: Miss Match
Substory 8: Snap Those Sickos
Substory 9: A Love As Sweet As Lemons
Substory 10: Coming Out Of Her Shell
Substory 11: Wait For Me
Substory 12: Saved By Kindness
Substory 13: Rock And Roil
Substory 14: Neck-Deep In Love
Substory 15: Samurai May We Walk Together?
Substory 16: Beach Guardian Water, Water Everywhere
Substory 17: Beach Guardian No Kidding Around
Substory 18: Beach Guardian Heroes Of The Sand
Substory 19: Home To Roost
Substory 20: A Better Bat
Substory 21: Playing With Fire
Substory 22: Rise And Grind
Substory 23: The More The Plumeria
Substory 24: Let It Snow
Substory 25: Embrace Your Wild Side
Substory 26: Anaconda Escape
Substory 27: The Pursuit Of Realism
Substory 28: An Authentic Blockbuster
Substory 29: Litterbugged
Substory 30: Close Encounters Of The Bird Kind
Substory 31: Lets Get Alo-Happy
Substory 32: Tropical Photo Rally
Substory 33: The Island At Rock Bottom
Substory 34: Legend of the Labyrinth
Substory 35: Love And Punishment
Substory 36: Relics From The Past
Substory 37: Choosing Your Starter
Substory 38: The CEO Of Suji
Substory 39: The Queens Subilee
Substory 40: A True Gym Battle
Substory 41: Sodachis Revenge
Substory 42: Atop The Plateau
Substory 43: A Man Named Asakura
Substory 44: A Changed Man
Substory 45: The Final Showdown For Real
Substory 46: A Man Facing The Future
Substory 47: Certifiable Lover
Substory 48: The Ultimate Alo-Happy Activity
Substory 49: She Never Misses
Substory 51: Experimental Procedures
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There are 52 Substories, much like side quests, in Infinite Wealth. In this Like A Dragon Infinite Wealth Substory Guide we'll tell you where you can find the location of all of the different Substory events, the rewards you receive for completing them, and any hints and tips for the more challenging Substories.
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