Skip to main content

All amulet holder locations in Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown

The map of Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown is packed with secrets and items to find outside iof your main objective of rescuing the prince. Among the most exciting upgrades you can find while exploring the various nooks and crannies are amulets. These trinkets give you different buffs to Sargon, ranging from passive ones like more HP to active abilities for combat. There are over 30 of these in the game, so there had to be some limitation on them or you would get way too overpowered. That’s where the amulet holders come into play. Each amulet costs a certain number of slots to equip, and you only start with three. If you want to equip more and better amulets, you will need to get more slots.

Where to find all the amulet holder upgrades

You can upgrade your amulet slots from the default of three with additional nine holders, bringing your maximum total to 12 slots. These are accrued by doing quests or they can be purchased from vendors.

Lower City

There are three upgrades in the Lower City, the first of which you can snag from The Mage in exchange for 240 Time Crystals.

A map in Prince of Persia The Lost Crown.
Ubisoft

The second is in a chest you can find by dropping through the planks at the location above.

The final one in this area is a reward for restoring 15 Frescos in the Prophecy of Mount Qaf quest.

Sacred Archives

A map of Prince of Persia.
Ubisoft

From this spot, you need to use the bells to solve a platforming puzzle. At the top right of the room is a chest with the upgrade.

The map in Prince of Persia.
Ubisoft

The second one is very tricky. You need to activate a set of traps by passing over the icons on the wall in the right order within the time limit. The order is: top left, middle left, bottom left, bottom middle, bottom right, middle right, center, top middle, top right. Do it correctly and the chest will appear.

A map marker in Prince of Persia.
Ubisoft

The final one above is out in the open, so just waltz up and grab it.

Soma Tree

A map of the soma tree in Prince of Persia.
Ubisoft

You will be able to see this chest just beyond a wall with a grate you can’t slide under. You need to phase through the floor, hit a plant to create a platform, and carefully wall jump and platform across the spikes to go under and around to reach it.

Upper City

The upper city fast travel point in Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown.
Ubisoft

In The Clockwork, this chest is basically impossible to miss next to the fast travel point.

Pit of Eternal Sands

The sand pits in Prince of Persia.
Ubisoft

You will need the Gravity Wings to reach this spot, but once you have them, just head all the way to the right past the stone enemies to grab the chest.

Editors' Recommendations

Jesse Lennox
Jesse Lennox loves writing, games, and complaining about not having time to write and play games. He knows the names of more…
All hidden chest locations in Super Mario RPG
Toad explaining Hidden Treasures to Mario.

The remake of the SNES game Super Mario RPG is about as faithful as any fan could hope for. The classic characters, locations, combat mechanics, and music are all back in a new and charming graphical style. While there are a few new tweaks and additions here and there, for the most part, the world is just as you remember from your childhood. That includes those tricky Hidden Chests. Just like in the original, a special set of hidden chests are waiting to be found all across the game world, but for those who haven't played the original, you may go most (if not the entire) game without finding them. Hidden chests, in this case, are actually invisible until Mario jumps up and activates them. Mario is a superstar jumper, but even he would get tired of jumping everywhere possible in search of these secret chests. We'll point out where to find all 39 Hidden Chests in Super Mario RPG so you can reap the rewards without pulling your hair out while trying to find them.

We will list every Hidden Chest in the order you should naturally come across them as you're playing the game so you can follow along. However, if you've already missed some, none of them are missable, so you can always backtrack to get any you might have accidentally passed by. You should also equip the Signal Ring to alert you when a Hidden Chest is in your area.
Hidden Chest 1

Read more
All Gold Ball locations in Like a Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name
Kiryu listens to a message in his earpiece in Like a Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name.

Every time Kiryu thinks he's out, the Yakuza life pulls him back in. This once again rings true in Like a Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name, where we follow Kiryu after his last adventure, but before Ichiban takes up the mantle in Like a Dragon and the upcoming Infinite Wealth. Unlike the majority of the games in the series, you won't be running around the iconic Kamurocho, but mostly Sotenbori, Isezaki Ijincho, and the Castle. What remains the same is the numerous side stories and optional tasks that, for whatever reason, always seem to present themselves to the stoic and brooding Kiryu. One of those this time around is the "Gotta Catch Some Balls!" request given via the new Akame Network where you need to locate seven golden balls hidden around the maps. These are well-hidden little treasures in very dense locations, so here's the location of all seven in Like a Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name.
All gold ball locations

The first six of seven balls can be obtained as soon as you have access to the location they're in. The seventh and final one is tied to a Stroll n' Patrol request that only appears later in the game as a reward.
Sotenbori gold ball locations
No. 1: At the southwest end of W. Shofukucho Street, enter the Kiss Shot Billiards & Bar. This ball is one of the prizes you can get by exchanging 777 points, so play a few rounds to save up.

Read more
All Lunchbox locations in Alan Wake 2
Saga finding a lunchbox in the forest.

Collectibles are nothing new to the Alan Wake series. The first game's primary trinkets you would be scrounging around for were coffee thermoses, but those now serve as save spots in Alan Wake 2. What replaces them are several new types, such as Cult Stashes and Nursery Rhymes, but those are more puzzles than pure collectibles. The Alex Casey Lunchboxes are pure, hidden objects that just need to be found to unlock -- no puzzles or keys required. Aside from the trophy/achievement you get for finding them all, what they hold inside is more than worth the effort of collecting them. No, it isn't someone's leftover sandwich, but precious Manuscript Fragments required to upgrade Saga's guns. We've all lost track of Lunchboxes in the past, so here is where you can find them all in Alan Wake 2.
All Lunchbox locations
Across every major zone you go to as Saga in Alan Wake 2, you can get a total of 21 Alex Casey Lunchboxes. Each one has a few Manuscript Fragments and a little cryptic or creepy note attached for some additional lore.
Cauldron Lake Lunchboxes

Cauldron Lake has the most Lunchboxes to grab with eight in total to track down.

Read more