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User Info: darkstriker00

darkstriker00
4 years ago#1
http://www.ign.com/articles/2013/03/15/sony-reaching-out-to-top-1-for-playstation-mvps-program

Sony is apparently sending out emails to playstation members that are in the top 1% of acquired trophies and helping others on PSN. So far there aren't any details on what you get for becoming a playstation MVP but if you are in the top 1% perhaps the recognition is reward enough.

Discuss.
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User Info: ChestBrahBB

ChestBrahBB
4 years ago#2
I have like 21 platinums. I guarantee I don't get s***
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User Info: TelekiNoctis

TelekiNoctis
4 years ago#3
So being a Playstation MVP is basically like getting a job that you don't get paid for. I don't think anyone would want to do this.
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User Info: zemzero

zemzero
4 years ago#4
Look at those questions...what a bunch of nerds.

User Info: Brocken_Jr

Brocken_Jr
4 years ago#5
buyin their s*** isnt good enough, sony wants you to be a trophy whore, so they can spit in your mouth. you like that, b****? you like that b****?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bPiQSvSoSpM

User Info: ChestBrahBB

ChestBrahBB
4 years ago#6
TelekiNoctis posted...
So being a Playstation MVP is basically like getting a job that you don't get paid for. I don't think anyone would want to do this.


can't you say the same thing about being a regular on a videogame forum? dedicated to logging in and spending a considerable amount of time regularly on here?

if you're talking about those obsessed trophy chasers, than yea. but i don't see how going for platinums on games that were thoroughly enjoyed is anymore of a "job" than being a regular forum member.
This place is full of manginas, women's issues crusaders, and computer geeks who actually think their platform (that devs dont port to) is actually relevant.

User Info: ChestBrahBB

ChestBrahBB
4 years ago#7
ChestBrahBB posted...
TelekiNoctis posted...
So being a Playstation MVP is basically like getting a job that you don't get paid for. I don't think anyone would want to do this.


can't you say the same thing about being a regular on a videogame forum? dedicated to logging in and spending a considerable amount of time regularly on here?

if you're talking about those obsessed trophy chasers, than yea. but i don't see how going for platinums on games that were thoroughly enjoyed is anymore of a "job" than being a regular forum member.


whoops. i didn't read the link. i thought it was going to be some cheap ass rewards program like i think they have on xbox for getting achievement points things. nevermind...

and my game library is only like...20 something games anyway
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User Info: IBringIt

IBringIt
4 years ago#8
I don't see this turning out well. A lot of the high level trophy players are more than one user.

I've met maybe 2 guys who have 200+ platinums that they earned on their own.
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User Info: awesomesauce13

awesomesauce13
4 years ago#9
How much do you need to be in the top 1%? Doubt I'd even be close to it though

User Info: JanayBerry

JanayBerry
4 years ago#10
Had my PSN ID since 2007... I doubt I'll still make MVP status lol...
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