rukizzel has won 5,070 Achievements and 39 Challenges in 371 games and 13 apps
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OMG, finally got. Almost couldn't solve it. _ e i _ _ _ e _ _ _ That was it. lol.
Try again. 2 words. First _ e i _ _. Second _ e _ _ _.
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ei pretty uncommon, but none of the usual web sites had it.
Oh, category was Fictional Character
To google to look for more web sites. Searched on another and found "The Geico Gecko" That was it but without the The. Phew.
If I had guessed "a" instead of "i" for my vowel I would have just had the 2 e's lol. Damn. I guess that's why it was worth a million!
Only one left and it's an easy one :-) NBA Kirkland's blog post - May achievement list from the Great Random To Do List Challenge
37 games won, still no million :-(
2 left, but time is running out NBA Kirkland's blog post - May achievement list from the Great Random To Do List Challenge
A recently completion of mine had lots of people taking 12+ hours and yet no one had picked anything longer than 10-12 hours when they bothered to record their time.
It's also a group mentality thing. People are likely to vote for the one that has the most entries on it, because "it sounds right" and that's what others set.
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I think it would work better if it was completely anonymous. Some are 'embarrassed' that it took them so long and so they don't 'vote.'
Or people will put a time they think they would of got for what ever reason. I usually just put the time it shows played on my Xbox One games
Or if i play a game all the way through from start to finish ill put time difference between first and last earned achievements
Although I will say this, many times I was sure ppl were lying about times but sure enough the estimate will be dead on accurate by a matter of <30 mins
Time Spent: < 1 hour. Actual time spent: 80 hours, with all 80 of them done by macro.
I love how DCUO is now showing "0-1 hour" for its completion time. Might need a caveat to show that costs $100 or whatever.
^ I don't mind that as much, for like 2006 fifa world cup or DCUO because that is the accurate fastest possible completion time at least, but it's worst with games that
realistically take more like 5-8 hours but people put down at 1-4 type thing that is just bad
personally speaking, I tend to leave my box on all day if I'm off work and am only actually gaming like half that time, so my times probably tend to be higher than
they actually are and wouldn't surprise me if that's fairly common
^yeah i do the same
I tend to complete games faster than what they say they are. So maybe the people putting in the time are just better at the game.
^ nah we've discussed this several times and you've agreed with the OP. I forget the examples exactly, but remember things like Clash? and maybe some of the point&click
I know we have but for example platformers I usually complete faster because I'm better than the average gamer at them.
Points! Love this 'zoom out' shot. (Minor mid-game spoiler) NBA Kirkland playing Little Nightmares
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23 wins still no million prize :-(
That's a painful achievement to get.
Feels good to get this. Tough. 19/25 -> NBA Kirkland's blog post - May achievement list from the Great Random To Do List Challenge
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Gonna go for completion? DLC is harder, but I think you could do it.
Nah, no deaths would take me quite a while and be really frustrating. Thanks, K.
So tedious. 18/25
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