What does it mean “complete” a game? Hey Pare, who cares about this? Oh, people for sure (UPDATED 1)
Hellooooooooooooooooooooooooo friiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiends!!! Hey doc, back here after a long time. Too much work, you know, I am not free all the day.
Today’s topic is “what can be considered as a completed game?
” Ok, ok, just let’s talk about it. Here, there are several trends. Some people can consider a completed game just to finish the story, does not matter at all the achievements they left behind after that. Yes, there are people that do not care at all about the “invention” of achievements. They exist. In fact, before the era of achievements, everybody finished the story and that’s it, right? This is a really laudable opinion
Other people say that a complete game is when you get all the achievements. My god!!! Too much work or sometimes mission impossible!!!. So, does this mean that these people are achievement hunters? Clearly YES, and they want more and more achievements to grow up their gamerscore. This is also a praiseworthy attitude that is not necessary to deny or hide. Just say "I am an achievement hunter". No drama at all
But, in this case what happen when a game has unobtainable or discontinued achievements? Pare, you are burning my braiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin, you know!!
Oh, oh, sorry, sorry!! Well in this case I think achievement hunters will stay away from it, and honestly I do not know really how to consider this case. It is up to you, guys!!! I have several games that I will never finish due to the unobtainable achievements and others that I am waiting to patch them in order to start. So, what are you Pare? Sometimes I like to get all the achievements, sometimes just to finish the story, but the most important think is always to try to enjoy the games, have fun with them. If we are not enjoying games, what are we? I do not know Pare, my brain is going to explodeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!!!
Also, you can finish all the achivements, story, and still do not have 100% game complete. Pare, what are you talking about? that's possible? Yeeeeeeeeeeeees, for example skylanders saga where you have to buy lots of figurines to get 100% game complte. So there are people, like me, buying figurines just for fun......but Pare your walleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet is in serious danger? yes, yes, I know....
Ups, and I almost forgot!! What Pare??? What happen if a game has one or more DLCs? The game is complete after getting just the base game achievements or the DLC achievements should also be obtained to consider the game complete? The answer is not really easy. Some people do not like at all DLCs and usually do not buy them even if they are achievement hunters, but for other people is mandatory to get the achievements DLC to say, “hey I have completed the game”. Here, in TA, they did really really well. They acknowledge the base game as complete as well as the game with the DLC, so everybody can be happy. Amazing!!!
I think MS could learn about this, right?
Like my friend Eff GX has correctly stated: "If I stop having fun, I'm done
". That is really the point guys!!!!
And now, it is your turn my friends
And remember that this is just a blog for fun!!!! Nothing serious or to worry about it, as usual
Posted by Pare ESP
on 05 July 17 at 10:08
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