Posted on 23 March 15 at 18:48Good job on this list, Chewie. I can see you put a lot of effort into it.I disagree with your reasoning for South Park, however. Lots of games have missable achievements. Granted, South Park has a lot, but I don't think that should be a criteria of a "bad achievement list." In fact, South Park has so many awesome and hilarious achievements, that I'd be willing to give it a pass even if missable achievements were a criteria for "games with a bad achievement list." You could have, at the very least, gone with a game that has a slew of missable achievements that is not as endearing as South Park.Also, I get what you are trying to say with Brothers, but I have mixed feelings about it. Going through the entire game without popping an achievement was a little nerve-wracking for me (since I didn't look at the achievement list until after I beat the game). This just goes to show you how Microsoft (and by extension, the whole achievement system) has conditioned us to expect achievements to pop through the natural progression of a game. Still, it was an amazing experience and I took a look at the achievement list after completing the game and thought to myself: "WTF?" Those people who just want the achievements are doing themselves a disservice by not finishing the game, but honestly, if they are just in it for the achievements, then they don't want nor deserve the fantastic story and experience that Brothers has to offer and I am fine with that.Oh, and I don't use "fantastic story" and "game" in the same sentence very often.