Sure, paying attention to video game rewards hitting little squares that you can brag to other people who care about little squares is a little awkward at first. But some are more awkward than others.
Yakuza 0 gives you an achievement for watching a sexy video, and Nier: Automata has one to hunt 2B Combat Skirt 10 times. Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate has an achievement in the center of five chariots, which you can only do by shooting the horses that pull them like some kind of monster. Prey gives you one to die in the first scene – before the enemies appear – which you can only do by being silly enough to wonder what happens if you press the jump button below the helicopter blades. (What happens is you die and get an achievement.)
What is your most embarrassing achievement?
These are our answers, plus some of the Our forum.
Morgan Park: I seem to have some rare accomplishments The Day of Defeat: Source To get 150 knives kills (on allies) and separate achievement for 150 shovels to kill (on axle). I can explain: I used to play a lot of defeat day on the same server every day, and I was occasionally bored with firearms and seeing how many melee kills I could take without dying. I’d run straight into machine gun fire, my serpentine through the streets, or sneak into enemy territory and wait in the nests of famous snipers. The embarrassing part is that sometimes this means standing completely still for 10 to 15 minutes to get just the right chance. Wow, I had a lot of time back then.
Judy MacGregor: Divinity: Dragon Commander isn’t a great game – the parts where RTS and you are a dragon with jetpack sound is much more fun than it is – and I knew I’d only finish it once. So I thought I’d see as much of that as possible in one play.
As one Dragon Emperor with good fortune, you naturally needed a wife. Or, as it turns out, several wives. I romanticized each princess, pursued her story until the end, then (once exhausted all her dialogue), orchestrated her death or downfall so I could marry the next princess, and collect them all like Pokemon. Wow, have you made a lot of questionable accomplishments. Including one called Henry II, with the description, “Oops, I imprisoned your wife.”
Tim Clark: I think most of what I consider my achievement in games to be embarrassing because few people will like them, but I’m very proud to unlock the Conqueror seal in Destiny 2 and to have done all the raids flawlessly (i.e. without dying). Still getting warm inside to remember the first time I hit Legend in Hearthstone, bedridden by the flu, and jammed at Zoo games in a fugue. However, the one who stalked me – who would be my heritage in the absence of children – would be my non-starvation rule.
You can actually watch a video of it, which I created for GamesRadar after crossing the 270 day mark in the game. At that point, I had industrial production of honey, had refrigerators with enough facilities to last through any winter, a strict trap system and a killing room to deal with intruders. As with all of these human endeavors, they were ultimately undone by arrogance and overreach. I forget the exact cause of death, but I clearly remember that the apocalypse doll only appeared to me to die again as the base burned around me. Is a man not worth sweating his forehead?
Evan Lahti: Lately, I was remembering what happened about LawBreakers after seeing some old screenshots in a folder (Feel free to picture this like an emotional scrapbook montage set to Sarah MacLachlan’s music). It’s a game that received disproportionate negative attention in 2017 – I don’t remember a game people seemed to get excited about like this one that failed to find an audience. It had some real flaws. The artistic direction, at a later date, was not very coherent. There were many situations. But it was definitely “a complex, physical and profound shooting game,” she wrote in My review“A relentless game that does not apologize for its high skill ceiling.”
Anyway, it turns out I’m in the top one percent Some of the achievements that seem very ordinaryAnd, which is sad – somehow out of the humble thousands of players who jumped on LawBreakers, I was one in 0.4 percent “get 25 kills while using Battle Medic’s Hoverpack”, and one in 1.4 percent get 25 kills with Hammerhead One of Titan’s regular weapons. no one Of achievements are over 10 percent complete, which is totally insane. This means that the vast majority of people who download the game have barely dipped their toe. Shame.
Christopher Livingston: I’ll be honest, I stopped caring about achievements a long time ago. I can’t think of the last time I went above and beyond to get one, let alone put in an easy effort to tick off the list.
However, I still have something embarrassing to contribute! Sometimes we play games early, and sometimes these are multi-player games with leadboards. And as one of the few people who can access the game, he makes it very easy to reach the top of the global leaderboards. It’s not an achievement, being the best player in the world in a game where the world is made up of maybe dozens of other people, and yet I still love the feeling of being there. So much so, that I’ll always shoot my void, pointless victory. When I played Poker Club (Poker game with ray tracingThe day before it was released, there were like 6 other people playing it. But I was the best. The best of them! the summary! It would seem, all I have. Let me have that.
JC Games: It doesn’t exist, but Battletech must have the achievement to own a landing ship and completely kill your spear. There probably wouldn’t be much pillars of rage for losing the signs on the ground that say “ship landing area” beat the mission and then die in your car, Pure Gold.
Unfortunately it does not exist.
OsaX Nymloth: From recent memory, this is likely from Hunt: Showdown.
Triad of Pain: Burned, poisoned, and bleed at the same time.
Yes, it is as bad as it sounds. Not helping the fact that this probably meant I was running away, completely blind to every potential trap, AI enemy, and towards my certain death at this point. Surely every hunter that saw me couldn’t just kill me because they were trying so hard not to die from laughter.
Main: Achievement must be: Hotel MemoryAnd From Divinity Original Sin EE. Pick up and save a pair of smelly underwear from a box in the Esmeralda house. Gods, I’ll pick up anything.
Zloth: Too Far in South Park: The Stick of Truth. The wind has blown a aborted zombie **** fetus. When Trey & Mat says you’ve gone too far, it’s embarrassing.