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6-23-2009 @ 8:43AM
@ Knyle2 > However, to go hunting for achievements is like > people on Xbox360 renting games they know are > crappy, just to harvest points that don't really > serve any purpose.Achievements are fine (for me) because they indeed do not have any purpose. It's just the fun of doing them. Some are stupidly easy (fish 50 fishes...), some are hard/almost impossible (PVP, timed encounters, ...), others encourage people (like me) to visit/discover old content that would have never been unveiled if not for the pleasure of getting the achievement.It's a matter of fun, that's all. Do people really rent games to get Xbox points? Well, that's beyond my imagination, anyway people do stupid things like smoking, drinking alcoholics until they smash to the ground and so on.I do like them for the pleasure of just "doing" them. Not for the fun of going in a capital and act like I'm a cool hero ;-)
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