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Friday May 31, 2013

Achievements Have Ruined How I Play Games

While most people treat achievements as extra incentive, a challenge or simply a reason to play a game through for a second time, this guy is letting it ruin how he plays games. confused

This is how I play video games now. While I sit here typing this sentence, my gamerscore sits at 122,595G. By the time you read this, it will be higher. I am an achievement hunter, or in less-polite company, an achievement whore. And it’s ruining video games.

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