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Submitted by karizma916 920d ago | opinion piece

Achievement Hunter: The Ten Easiest Achievements Ever

If you're an Xbox Live subscriber, then you're no doubt familiar with the GamerScore that's associated with your GamerTag. It's a way to notify players that you're quite good at a game, as you unlock points for completing certain tasks within it. But let's be honest, some games are beasts when it comes to earning points, and you'd rather let your score do the talking over your actual skills. (Avatar: The Last Airbender, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, Eat Lead: The Return Of Matt Hazard, Madden NFL 09, NBA 2K7, Prince of Perisa, The Simpsons Game, TMNT, Xbox 360)

R3D_STAR  +   920d ago
I remember when the Simpsons game released, the Start Achievement was funny. Now, looking back, it seems lazy. Hah.
BLAKHOODe  +   920d ago
I clicked on this article for the sole purpose of making sure The Simpson's "press start" achievement was included. If it weren't, the article would have no merit whatsoever.

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