BigBossImBeamer

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  1. Basically you can summarize the whole thread as follows. It's totally fine to not care about the leaderboards. It's also totally fine if the leaderboards mean everything to you and everything in between. But you should always be aware that the less you care about the leaderboards, the less likely it is to fall into an addiction. "I would like to end it every day, but I am just too addicted to trophies, so I can't." -Hakoom 2017
  2. No, let's just count the trophies that I have in my collection and nothing else. Do you really just said playing video games is work? I have to renew my definition of work then. I'm sure you're an honest player but you shouldn't speak for others. If you really believe it's hard to keep your rank, having a high completion rate or many ultra rare trophies then you're just naive. Having team accounts or buying trophies isn't hard at all.
  3. So everything that has an end is automatically pointless? Every movie is pointless because it has an end? The life of Albert Einstein was completly pointless because he died? If you had one of the best days of your life yesterday, does that mean it's pointless today? I know OP's pretty provoking. But I don't think he meant that leaderboard is pointless, because everything is pointless in a metaphysical sense. The leaderboard basically says nothing. It doesn't even say anything about people, just about accounts. You don't need skill to be on top. You don't even need commitment or time, just money. Usually you need something that others don't have to be at the top of a leaderboard. But in this case, it's just money you need.
  4. Your statement implies meaning. πŸ˜›
  5. I stopped caring about the leaderboards when I realized that trophy selling is fine with the leaderboard rules. So technically the leaderboard isn't meaningless it's just not hard to get on top when you have money. Any millionaire could get on the first place within a month without violating the leaderboard rules. I mean, you don't need skill for skipping hundreds of visual novels. You just need time and money. Literally anyone could be number 1. Make sure trophy hunting is a passion and no addiction!
  6. @Dark-Hax- I have two questions. 1. Why don't you just skip the trophy? (You don't seem like a completionist anyway.) 2. Why don't you stretch the trophy over a longer period of time? Btw you probably aren't aware that you might upset the people who want the trophy in the game.
  7. I'm stiiiiiiiiiil in a Beameeeeer, Snake Eaterrrrrrrrr

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    2. Rewemarkt66

      Rewemarkt66

      Metal Solid Gear xD

    3. UltraRareBoy

      UltraRareBoy

      @BigBossImBeamerΒ i can see that You play with Inverted Y me 2 i wonder how many ppl play this way xD

    4. BigBossImBeamer

      BigBossImBeamer

      @UltraRareBoy

      I estimate that it is about 10% -30%, about as common as left-handed. My sister and my brother play also this way. But funny is that my brother only plays this way on consoles, on PC he always uses the default settings.

      But what interests me most is whether it is learned or innate. Because the first game that forced me to "make a decision" in that regard was Tomb Raider (1996). I can remember very well that the y-axis was inverted as a unchangeable default setting.Β On the other hand, my brother had problems with the setup and I'm pretty sure Tomb Raider was also his first 3D game where the y-axis mattered.

  8. The problem with boosting is that there is no clear definition for it. If you make an appointment with friends to win certain trophies in competitive mode, then that is clearly boosting. But what if you take advantage of it when a player is AFK. Is that boosting? You can even go further. Is it boosting to take advantage of a bad player? Because there is no clear limit, I don't think it should be considered as cheating, no matter how excessively you boost.
  9. It's kind of funny to give you "reputation" for Taylor Swift. πŸ˜„
  10. My biggest wish is that politicians are finally starting to listen to scientists, especially regarding anthropogenic climate change.
  11. :platinum:Β #296 LittleBigPlanet VitaΒ πŸ‘¨β€πŸ‘©β€πŸ‘§β€πŸ‘¦πŸŒ

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    2. BigBossImBeamer

      BigBossImBeamer

      Thank you! @everyone

      @Cobby No suffering at all. It was pretty fun actually. 😊

    3. Cobby

      Cobby

      @BigBossImBeamer Fair play lol, hated it personally, but grats :PΒ 

    4. ee28max

      ee28max

      Well done! πŸ’―Β 

  12. OP said nothing about same trophies. There are many Assassin's Creed Remastered out there with online part cut out. (AC Liberation HD, AC Brotherhood, AC Revelations & probably ACIII & AC Liberation for PS4) So which game is the "real" stack?
  13. This situation always sucks ass big time. And this is why I changed my mind to pro whitelist. It just seems wrong to punish someone for playing a game as it's intended. Most people probably don't even know that they were hacked. On the other hand I have pretty good analogy. In Germany it's a crime to pay with fake money, even if you don't know that it's fake and you just got it from someone else. I don't know how it's handled it other countries, but there are very good reasons to handle it this way. And to be fair there are also very good reasons why the flag should stay, even if you're innocent.
  14. What about games with multiple stacks with different trophies in it? πŸ€” Sometimes the platinum effort is very different.
  15. @IDiivil So actually you were kind of right with your first post (I'm guessing that's like a 0 value or whatever and is thus considered "earlier".) and I was wrong when I said "It probably has nothing to do with "earlier"." πŸ˜‰ What I actually meant was it has nothing to do with the missing value, rather with the possibility that it was actually earned before.