The Bitbag writes, "Candid Anthony talks about why achievement points make the Xbox 360 version of cross platform titles the better buy."
Achievement points are nothing more than a tool of subliminal persuasion which gives the typical Xbox Chicken a reason to flap his feathers around wildly as he accomplishes something that will bear no relevance to his game progress or future.
At Sony, gamers are rewarded with a special incentive plan for achieving all of the amazing feats within the plethora of AAA games for PLAYSTATION® 3. Once Home is released, this will come into fruitition.
Dark Sniper is appalled by the mind corrupting tactics of Microsoft and has vowed to take a stand against their attempt at a satanic reign of the console war.
Achievements, just one of the many ways the BABOONS got fooled into buying the 360...AHAHHAHAAHAHHA I bet most of you BABOONS who are in your 3rd and 8th xbox360 are really regretting you "Jumped In" huh?...and for the record I don't believe you when you say NO......AAAHHAHHAHHAHA
I don't know how you got your extra bubble back, but it's going down. For obvious reasons.
One of the many reasons the Xbox 360 has such a high attach rate. Second of all, if this story is related to the Xbox 360, why is it in the PS3 section?
What the hell is the bitbag, anyways?
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Not interested in the Achievements. I don't understand why it's such a big deal.
you probably aren't retarded enough to think that worthless achievements give you any tangible value. I hope you are prepared to get some flack for that. I'll give you a bubble... I'll admit M$ had a great idea with the Achievement system. But the implementation is garbage and represents no tangible value-added for the consumer...just for M$. You don't get anything special for getting all the Achievement points in Halo 3. It would be cool to get infinite ammo or God Mode or something only for campaign mode. At the very least, M$ should give you Marketplace points for unlocking a certain amount of achievements or hitting a certain tier in gamerscore points. Definitely a great way to covertly milk any game for what its worth...
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