No one should be surprised to learn that I love playing video games. There are many unique games to play and many successes to get. That being said, I would never claim to be a video game expert or pro gamer, especially when it comes to performance in games.
Everyone loves to get tough successes or trophies, but sometimes it feels like they were made just to have a little fun on me. Sure, success in question can be achieved by anyone, but sometimes it feels personal, like the developer wanted me to know that either I will never succeed or I am so bad that I deserve a consolation prize.
10 Wexos – Blitz: League
While I’m not the biggest fan of annual sports titles, I love it when sports games give their brutality a status. Brutal Pleasure as well as NHL Hitz and Blitz: The League are two series that combine fun sports gameplay.
I’m not always the best at sports games and the Blitz: League has focused my attention on doing some brutal plays, thanks to that, I once had the success of Vixos. How do you get it? You get it for losing the first game in the campaign. Yes, I am Week Sauce.
9 F – Pede in Chemistry 2
On the surface, F in Chemistry doesn’t seem like a big deal because you get it when you blow up the lab at the time of the theft. The reason I find this particularly ridiculous is that you really have to do some chemistry to make progress.
Sure, you get some clear instructions on how not to blow up the whole operation, but do you think I have time to listen while I act? It would be worthwhile to tell me which wire to cut while defusing the bomb, I know I am going to cut what my soul thinks is right and hopefully there will not be a big camouflage.
8 Kicking my ass – God of War Collection
Anyone who has played the original run of the God of War Games knows how brutally difficult it can be in different divisions. Who can forget the flashback-inspired bladed spiral pole you wanted to climb in the first game?
The point is, if you’re as bad as I am, no, unfortunately, I don’t get better, you’ll get the Getting My Ass Kicked Trophy. You get it to die so many times that the game will ask you if you want to reduce the difficulty. I understand God of War, I’m bad, you don’t have to rub it.
7 Messiah – Outlast 2
Rather than acting as a hobby to me, when I somehow screw it up to go into pop, it’s a performance that only the best players can hope to get. Playing Outlast 2 is already an unfulfilled experience and makes it even more terrifying to play in the most difficult situations.
Horrible games also ensure that you can’t refill the battery in your camera, basically stumbling blindly for a short time during the game. It makes me laugh because I will never get it. I don’t like the pro gamer jacked up on G-Fuel, so it’s impossible for me.
6 Go out – Stanley parable
Honestly, Go Outside Achievement is no longer a mockery of my core, but it has been for years. Everyone who plays an amazing hit knows that it is full of rabbits and the performance that has not popped for five years is a great example of that rabbit.
I didn’t have to do anything special to get it, I just had to wait five years. Sure, it was a big internet thing and everyone had to wait, but for me it felt personal, as the developers knew I would spend a lot of time exploring every inch of the game. Of course, there’s an extended Super Go Out now, but don’t talk about that soul-crushing success.
5 This is Dark Souls – Dark Souls 2
Everyone knows that when you start the Dark Soul game you are going to die a lot. Not to brag, but in games where I can be good, I’m somehow good at Dark Soul games. I considered myself a kind of gaming god, turned to the basics, but that changed when Dark Soul 2 came out.
It’s a great game, quite fantastic, but it feels significantly different when playing than the other entries in the series. Thanks to that, I took my first death much sooner than I confessed. Of course, most people have the same fate, but the success you got on your first death was a big old irony.
4 How do you like them apples? – Assassin’s Creed 3
Anyone who likes Assassin’s Creed will probably share in the pain I felt when I first appeared on screen. This is connected with one of the most serious story moments in the game, which I doubt anyone has seen coming.
How do you get it? We get it naturally from the story, but the sarcasm comes from its nature. Question-based achievement pops up after learning that you are playing as a Templar in the game. I don’t like those apples.
3 The call of nature – the last parent
Some of the achievements, such as The Last Guardian’s Call of Nature, are bizarre. It’s another simple one, but it doesn’t make it any less bizarre. You have to sit there, stop and watch Trico, answer nature’s call.
I never thought a game like this would happen that would force me to watch an animal go to the bathroom. Worse, it happens at random, and some say they didn’t know it was possible to see it. Poor Trico, I think we all deserve a little privacy when it comes to number two.
This whole success sounds like a big cruel joke from the developers. I want that success, but I don’t want to do what I have to do to trigger it. Basically, you have to give the snake some time to appreciate the more basic things in life.
There is a somewhat obscene poster of a woman hidden in a game locker and you should only see it in the first person. Once you get excited after seeing the snake, you need to call Otacon to share your experience and the whole thing is a pleasant discomfort.
1 Turd Bergler – Duke Nukem forever
Anyone looking to achieve every success for Duke Nukem Forever will find that they are doing some weird things in their quest. One of the perfect quirks is needed to pop Tard Bergler’s achievement.
There’s no way to coat sugar on it, you’ll have to find and then literally steal a piece of shit. It stinks as much as success, but it seems like the developers are laughing at me. Go, pick it up and run with it, you want that success, don’t you? Yes, yes I do.
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