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2 years ago#1
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2 years ago#2
Dark Souls since it takes quite a bit of dedication.

I'm also proud of beating Fallout 3 since it's such a massive game, as well as getting all the achievements (even on the expansions) in Oblivion and all the achievements in the main quest of Skyrim (didn't do the expansions yet).
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2 years ago#3
None. I don't really find pride in the things I do in video games.

Maybe I don't understand "pride". I suppose it makes more sense than things like having pride in something you had no hand in, such as where you were born. XXXXXX Pride while waving a flag for example.

Sorry, early(ish) morning rambles. Blogfaqs and all that.
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2 years ago#4
ShuraYukihime posted...
None. I don't really find pride in the things I do in video games.

Maybe I don't understand "pride". I suppose it makes more sense than things like having pride in something you had no hand in, such as where you were born. XXXXXX Pride while waving a flag for example.

Sorry, early(ish) morning rambles. Blogfaqs and all that.


Pride as a verb - be especially proud of a particular quality or skill. That quality could be you were born someplace...or that you beat a game.

Not sure what your "like having pride in something you had no hand in" had to do with this though since you clearly have a hand in beating a game...
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2 years ago#5
The only one I can think of is making the top three in a live episode of 1 vs. 100. I miss that game, I got so much free stuff from it...
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2 years ago#6
Beating my brother in Star Wars: Trivial Pursuit.

He knows just about everything there is to know about Star Wars.
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2 years ago#7
JKSonic posted...
ShuraYukihime posted...
None. I don't really find pride in the things I do in video games.

Maybe I don't understand "pride". I suppose it makes more sense than things like having pride in something you had no hand in, such as where you were born. XXXXXX Pride while waving a flag for example.

Sorry, early(ish) morning rambles. Blogfaqs and all that.


Pride as a verb - be especially proud of a particular quality or skill. That quality could be you were born someplace...or that you beat a game.

Not sure what your "like having pride in something you had no hand in" had to do with this though since you clearly have a hand in beating a game...


Which I addressed (or so I thought) in the post. It was all part of the same thought.

I've never thought of being born somewhere as a "quality".
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2 years ago#8
Getting gold and platinum medals on extreme tracks on Trials HD and Trials Evolution.
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2 years ago#9
Off. I've beaten that game hundreds of times as a teenager.
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2 years ago#10
Not sure about beating.

But I think my proudest complete achievement list is Splosion Man.
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