I don't care either way - might as well give people the option though. The only strong opinion I have about trophies is that they should stop giving you the end game trophy at the beginning of the last cutscene of a game. I think Uncharted 1 and Max Payne do this....it kinda ruins the tension, because I don't want to know exactly when the game is ending! --- Metal Gear Solid 4 : Guns of the Patriots! (4/15/06) Damn the Patriots!Sneak Out 6.12.08 - SNAAAAKE!
#124WrestlinFanPosted 3/14/2013 6:39:37 PM
Quote:I want the option to get trophies again on a different playthrough. --- AE=overrated. Edge/Undertaker is my favorite feud of the modern era, and perhaps of all time.
Still don't get why you would want to delete a trophy... Unless you have an obsession with hanna montana games and you don't want your friends to find out.
#127Bent 00(Topic Creator)Posted 3/17/2013 2:20:32 AM
I 100% all of the games on my profile. My Trophy list is kinda like my resume; I only want it to include experience I'm proud of. To me, completing only 50% of a game feels like quitting a job midway through - not something to be proud of.
I used to enjoy going after Trophies, but now they mostly annoy me. If any of a games Trophies...
- Are ridiculously hard to get, - Take a LOT of time to get, - Are glitched or impossible to get, - Require me to play online multiplayer, or - Require buying overpriced DLC...
...but it's still a game I'd like to play, I'll just play it on a junk profile. It would be nice if I could just delete unwanted entries from my Trophy list instead, or simply disable Trophies for certain games.
Bad Trophies can turn gaming into work. I used to just play games for fun - now I've got a set of extra objectives (work) built into every game. If I don't finish one 100%, it mocks me silently. I know that no one else cares about the meaningless pixels in my Trophy list, but it nags at me anyway. It's probably mild OCD...
#128LenneValkiryePosted 3/17/2013 7:56:07 AM
So many people with self-inflicted OCD in this topic. By "self-inflicted" I mean a watered down version of the real disability that doesn't even qualify as a real problem, much like 90% of depression, anorexia and autism nowdays.