Castle Suprbeast just released a video on achievements you all should take a look at. Woolie or Pat more or less stopped caring about achievments years ago, but Woolie especially. It's especially sad when Woolie mentioned a person he knew would never play a game (one that he would enjoy or catered the genre he loves), if it would not net him the highest achievement score. I pity that kind of mentality and it's just sad. My question is: you got your achievements for a game you don't enjoy or is not catered to you, then what you smart ass? You're missing out some of the best part of gaming or things you personally enjoy, because it does not boast your achievement ego a little? Thank God, I was in a time where games were actually played to have fun or make your own self-imposed challenges.