Yakuza: Like a Dragon – Sega Proficiency and Sports Tier 1-2 Exams/Answers

This guide will help you on “Sega Proficiency and Sports Tier 1-2 Exams/Answers” in Yakuza: Like a Dragon.

SEGA Proficiency Tier 1 Exam

Q) Panzer Dragoon II Zwei is a shooter game by SEGA. What is the name of dragon who partners up with the protagonist Jean-Luc Lundi?
A) Lagi

Q) Feel The Magic: XY/XX is an action game released by SEGA. What is the name of the sketchy performance group the protagonist joins in order to impress his love interest?
A) Rub Rabbits

Q) Sonic the Hedgehog is an action game released by SEGA. How old is Sonic?
A) 15

Q) Virtua Fighter is the fighting game released by SEGA. What is the name of the main protagonist?
A) Akira

Q) Many titles in SEGA’s Sakura Wars series have subtitles. Which of the following is not a subtitle used in the first five numbered titles?
A) Goodbye Homeland

Q) The Valkyria Chronicles series is a strategy RPG by SEGA. In the first title of the series, which country are the protagonists from?
A) Principality of Gallia

Q) SEGA has released a variety of hardware over the years. Which of the following is not a device attachment released for the Genesis/Mega Drive?
A) SEGA Keyboard

Q) The Mega Drive is a gaming console released by SEGA in Japan in 1988. Which of the following buttons is not part of its controller?
A) Select

Q) SEGA has released a variety of hardware over the years. Which of the following is one of their products?
A) TeraDrive

Q) Space Channel 5 is a rhythmic action game released by SEGA in which the heroine Ulala is challenged to various dance battles in space. Which of the following is said by Ulala and her team after they strike a pose during a dance battle?
A) Chu!

SEGA Proficiency Tier 2 Exam

Q) The mother of Marie Antoinette, France’s last queen, was the grand duchess of Austria as well as queen of Hungary and Bohemia. What was her name?
A) Marie Theresa

Q) Which of the following is the title of the monarchs who were said to rule the nation with divine right and justice in ancient Egypt?
A) Pharaoh

Q) Which of the following is another name for the 19th century American Civil War that was fought to end or continue slavery?
A) War Between the States

Q) China’s Wei and Jin Dynasties saw an exceptionally long war that lasted from the second century to the sixth century CE. Which of the following is the dynasty that ultimately unified the nation?
A) Sui

Q) Feudal lord Oda Nobunaga was assassinated in 16th century Japan right as he unified the nation. Who was the vassal responsible for his death and caused the Honno-ji incident?
A) Akechi Mitsuhide

Q) Who was the Carthaginian general who led an invasion into Roman Italy in the third century BCE?
A) Hannibal Barca

Q) What were the words of Roman politician Gaius Julius Caesar as he crossed the Rubicon in 49 BCE?
A) The die is cast

Q) Which of the following is the ancient civilization that is said to have flourished thanks to the Tigris-Euphrates river of Western Asia?
A) Mesopotamia

Q) Who was the last known emperor of Russia?
A) Nikolai II

Q) Which of the following is the location where French emperor Napoleon Bonaparte spent his final moments after losing the Battle of Waterloo in the 18th century?
A) St. Helena Island

Sports Tier 1 Exam

Q) In badminton, players compete for points by hitting a feathered ball, or shuttlecock, back and forth with a racket. Which of the following is the maximum speed that the shuttlecock can travel?
A) 500 km/h

Q) American football is a sport in which two teams compete for points by carrying an oval shaped ball into the opposing team’s touchdown zone. What is the maximum number of players in one team allowed on the field?
A) 11 players

Q) Table tennis is played for points by two opposing players hitting a ball back and forth across a table. There are 2 ways to grip the racket which differ greatly from one another. One method is called Shakehand. What is the other called?
A) Penhold

Q) In baseball, what is the term for when one player in one game hits a single, double, triple, and a home run?
A) Hitting the Cycle

Q) Figure skating is a sport in which an individual skater’s showmanship and technique are evaluated as they skate across the ice. What is the name of the technique where the skater launches into a jump from the back outside edge of one foot and lands on the back outside edge of the other foot?
A) Lutz

Q) One technique in skiing is to keep the front of the skis together while the rear are separated. What is this technique called?
A) Snowplough Turn

Q) Fencing is a sport in which two athletes duel against each other in one-on-one matches. There are currently 3 disciplines in modern fencing. Which of the following allows ‘cutting’ attacks?
A) Sabre

Q) Surfing, climbing, bungee jumping and sky-diving are just some of the sports that can, at times, present a high level of risk. What are these sports collectively called?
A) Extreme sports

Q) Boxing is a one-on-one combat sport that separates fighters into a series of classes depending on their weight. Among these is the featherweight class. Which of the following is the weight class for fighters who weigh even less?
A) Bantamweight

Q) Darts is played by throwing small missiles, or darts, at a circular board divided into sections. The closer the darts land to the center, the higher the amount of points earned. What is the dead center of the board called?
A) Bullseye

Sports Tier 2 Exam

Q) Marathon is a track and field event that requires running a distance of 42.195km. Which of the following is the event that became the origin for this distance?
A) Battle of Marathon

Q) Soccer is a team sport in which competing teams aim to score points by kicking the ball into the opposing team’s goal. With the exception of the goalie, touching the ball with one’s hands or arms is considered a foul. What is this particular foul called?
A) Handling

Q) Golf is played on a course in which the golfer’s goal is to hit the ball into a hole in as few strokes as possible. Each course has a preset stroke count that the golfer is expected to meet at each hole. Reaching the hole in the exact number of preset strokes is called a par, while doing so 1 stroke below par is called a birdie. What is the term for when a hole is reached 3 strokes below par?
A) Albatross

Q) What is the name of the track and field event in which athletes push a metal ball as far into the air as they can and compete for distance thrown?
A) Shot Put

Q) Baseball is a team sport in which competing teams switch between offense and defense. The pitcher on defense’s goal is to throw the ball in such a way that the batter on the offense strikes out. This is known as a breaking ball. Which of the following is not a type of breaking ball?
A) Volley

Q) Basketball is a team sport where competing teams aim to score points by shooting the ball into the opposing team’s hoop. The amount of points earned is determined by where on the court the shot was taken. What is the maximum amount of points a player can score from one shot, excluding additional points from penalty shots?
A) 3

Q) What is the name of the racing technique in which a vehicle rounds a curve by skidding the tires, saving time as a result?
A) Drifting

Q) A triathlon is completed by consecutively overcoming 3 different events while competing for the fastest overall time. Which of the following events is not a part of the triathlon?
A) Cross Country

Q) Skiing is a sport in which a skier slides down a snowy slope on a pair of skis. Aside from the components that secure the skier’s feet to the skis, skiers typically use a pair of tools to keep themselves stable. What are these called?
A) Poles

Q) In bowling, what are the 10 objects that must be knocked down by the bowling ball in order to score points?
A) Pins

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