crzydude94 has won 4,764 Achievements in 135 games and 6 apps
Registered on 24 Jul 14
| Last visited 16 Apr 17 | Last scanned today at 05:08 by TA Scanner 4
oooooooooooooooooooo BFD lol
Lol you said it.
You lucky guy
Its not luck, it's called skill. Refer to his trophy case. -__-
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He beat the game on Medium. That doesn't require skill, it requires boredom.
Worked perfectly KJer! Haha stupid fucking game. yhfgtbfkm that comment is kind of true. I'm trying to keep a streak going for a few more days. Plus the game sucks.
about right...fun game...damn shame you will never touch part 2
Eh, maybe. But I'm not gonna lose sleep over it.
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you should..it's excellent
He should lose sleep over it? That seems harsh.
HAHA That's funny.
GG ! Is it good ?
Well done son!
For free, it was great. It's a lot like Legend of Zelda (the 3D ones), Dark Souls, & Dante's Inferno.
Keep plugging' along boiiiiiiii
GG :) You seem having fun with this game
Thanks, yeah it was fun. Little expensive for what you get. But fun.
Happy Birthday Tom!
Happy Bday dude!
Happy birthday Tom
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My first ever encounter with gaming of any kind came in 1998 when I was introduced to the Super Nintendo. The first game I played was Super Mario Bros, but I was also playing games like Donkey Kong Country, Duck Hunt, and Tecmo Super Bowl. I got my Gameboy Color in 1999 and perfected Super Mario Bros; I also got a Gameboy Advanced in 2001. When I was in 3rd grade (2003), I got my first gaming console, which was the Nintendo GameCube. I quickly became fascinated with MVP Baseball 2004, Hot Wheels: Velocity X, Mario Party 5, and Mario Kart, but was easily able to step away from it whenever I had to. However, I still consider the Nintendo GameCube to be what laid the foundation for my love of gaming.I got my first Xbox in 2004 and remembered playing games like Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2, Halo: Combat Evolved, Halo 2, Project Gotham 2, and Medal of Honor: Rising Sun. This was the first time that I really started paying attention to story-lines and understanding them. I also had a PlayStation 2 at the time, but I enjoyed my Xbox a lot more, which is the main reason why I wanted an Xbox 360 instead of a PlayStation 3.I got my Xbox 360 in January of 2006 and was first introduced to games like Call of Duty 2, Quake 4, Perfect Dark Zero, Condemned: Criminal Origins, MLB 2K6, and Battlefield 2: Modern Combat. At this point, I didn't really grasp the concept of getting achievements; if I could just beat whatever game I was playing, then I was happy. It wasn't until I got 39 achievements in NCAA Football 2007 and 44 in Condemned: Criminal Origins that I realized that getting 100% in a game was actually possible. However, my real achievement obsession didn't start until I was nearing high school.In the early morning hours of May 3, 2009, I was finally connected to Xbox Live for the first time; my first gamertag was elblancoloco94. My friend Clay and I both had around 4,000 gamerscore at the time and we decided to have a race to see which one of us could get to 5,000 first. Clay won, but this is where my love for achievements was born. I spent that summer playing games like Call of Duty: World at War, Halo 3, Call of Duty 2, Call of Duty 4, Dash of Destruction, and had my gamerscore up to over 9,000 by the start of my freshman year of high school. That August, I changed my gamertag to crzydude94, and I kept that until January 2, 2016. After that, I changed my gamertag to ur5dollarchange because my friends and I felt it was time for something different. However, on January 21, 2016, I changed my gamertag back to crzydude94 because I felt like that had become my trademark.Since then, I completed more than 70 games and unlocked more than 4,500 achievements. Seven years and 100,000 gamerscore later, I still enjoy getting achievements and getting 100% in games. I have enjoyed playing Xbox Live and have met some really cool people over the years. My next goal is to get 150,000 gamerscore before I graduate from college.
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