Persona 5 Royal - Tycoon Mini-game Guide

Guide on the Tycoon (Daifugo) mini-game in Persona 5 Royal. This includes information about the mini-game and its benefits.

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Guide on Tycoon Mini-game

Tycoon (Daifugo) is a mini-game that can be accessed at Thieves Den. The card game can be played with other members of the Phantom Thieves. One game of Tycoon consists of 3 rounds. The player’s rank is determined based on how many points the Protagonist obtained each round.

The rewards obtained from Tycoon both depend on the player’s rank and the mini-game’s difficulty.

Basic Mechanics

A card’s number determines its strength. Each card must beat the previous one and the number of cards in play must be met (such as pairs). The weakest card is 3, but the strongest card is 2.

The player holding the “3 of Diamonds” will go first and the Beggar starts each subsequent round. You can push the L2 button for more tutorials about the Tycoon mini-game.

The difficulty level is as follows:

  • Casual
  • Serious
  • Cutthroat

Strategy

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  1. I love how I‘ve been literally playing a variation of Tycoon with my friends for years and still Ryuji and Yusuke destroy me every time they’re both in at the same time in a cutthroat game
    For me:
    – Yusuke always starts revolutions
    – Ann pulls crazy moves and still always ends up poor
    – Makato and Mona always play right into my hands

  2. I love how everyone has their own Phantom Thief member that slaps at this game. For me:

    – Ryuji and Akechi go crazy every game they’re in
    – Haru is ironically poor every game
    – Makoto always starts revolutions/does things that enable my win
    – The stupid cat always screws me over

    • Ann is always the one who manages to pull off some of the most hardest moves, and you just have to gape at her doing it.
      And Haru always is poor/beggar. Always.