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Posted on Sep 14th 2013 at 08:45:33 AM by (GameDave)
Posted under video game memory, game dave, trophies, achievements, modern games, motivation, video games, ps3, xbox

I've run into a problem lately as I play modern video games, the unusual desire to acquire trophies and achievements. Did we always need these rewards to enjoy our games?

Let me know if you think video game rewards add something to modern games.

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The reason I try and buy my games for my Wii (or Wii U) is so I DON'T have to worry about achievements. I'd rather just enjoy the game. I actually feel like it takes away from the game if you sit there trying for them. Maybe after you beat it, but during?
@monkees19: I'm completely with you. Enjoy the game as it is first, then if you want some replay value, maybe go back for the achievements.
You did a awesome job with the video.  I like the editing and the music and Gavedave logo you have.  Did you create it all?

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