NoThru22;3233235 said:It's not a kid game, it's a family game. Last time I checked, families had adults too.
Apples;3234111 said:Seems like the new trend this year is to put in 1 or 2 really hard-nosed achievements in each game.
Andyx1337;3235242 said:I personally welcome Hard Achievements, but there's HARD to get, and Time Investing ones, AND THE ONES THAT YOU HAVE TO HAVE YOUR FRIENDS OVER AND 3 FREAKING MICS!
Icyjoe14;3236444 said:To answer your question why they would put a really hard achievement in a kids game is because most kids aren't as into gamerscore from what it seems to me, they see achievement unlocked and are happy for a minute then forget about it later.
ghostofjarjar;3234757 said:I have no issue with a challenge but the stark contrast with the rest of the achievements is a bit overkill.
NoThru22;3234455 said:What's wrong with having a few achievements that are really hard to get? Do people just want every game to be Naruto (or whatever that was) and give you 1,000 points in a few minutes? I am angry that Dirt 2 really doesn't have any skill based achievements and you can get 1,000 from just grinding. I am not proud of my 1250/1250 on Oblivion but I am proud of my 200/200 on Castlevania SoTN. I'm proud of my 1060 on Mirror's Edge.