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How many platinums do you average a year?

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Number of platinums ÷ how many years you've been playing

Example: 27÷2.5yrs=10.8

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20÷7= 2.85

yeah, I'm not that consistent throughout the 7 years of trophy hunting.

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21 ÷ 7 = 3.

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205 : 3,25 = 63

 

My numbers may look a bit crazy because I like gaming a lot.

Edited by ReimiSaionji9742
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58 Plats : 3,5 y = 16,57

 

This is really faulty because i obtained 54 within the last year :D

 

Edit: GoldenShaka inspired me:

 

2013: 1 Plat    2014: 3 Plats     2015: 12 Plats    2016: 52 Plats :D

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Hmm, Let's start year by year.

 

2010: 5,     2011: 7,     2012: 8,    2013: 10,    2014: 12,    2015: 11,     2016: ? (7 at this moment). 60 Platinums at this moment.

 

years: 0.87+1+1+1+1+1+0.41=6.28

 

60/6.28 = 9.55

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6.2, not too bad.

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According to my statistics i've been gaming on PS3 since 2011 so it's around 5 years of gaming with trophiesand in totali have 24 platinums right now but only on the last 3 yeas i've begin trophy hunting .

 

24 / 5 = 4,8 

 

That's nearly 5 platinums per year  :hmm:

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I've 59 so let's say 60.
60/2 = 30.
Let's keep that in mind I actually start collecting trophies a year ago. First year I bought my ps4 I almost didn't turn it on at all

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Started 2 years ago.

 

29 / 2 = 14,5 

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88 ÷ 4.5 = 19.5555555556

 

Ignoring the odd plat I've done on someone else's account, if you count the ones on my other accounts, I have 10 on my replay account, and another 6 on my 100% account at the moment, so 104 ÷ 4.5 = 23.1

 

But those accounts don't count, so go with the first figure.

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I started at the end of 2012, so let say 3 3/4 years.

 

35 : 3.75 = 9 platinums a year.

 

Not bad when you keep in mind that I've only earned one plat in 2012.

 

I also have a couple of games with only one trophy unlocked. 

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115 Plats / 2.67 Years = 43.07 Plats a year.

 

Want to make it a solid 50. I'll slow down soon enough I guess.

Great Numbers by some of you guys. Consistency! 7 years!! OH MY! B)  B)  B)  B)  B)  B)  B)  B)  <3

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I'll round up a little to 7.5 years. So 129/7.5 = 17.2 plats. 

 

17 Plats a year sounds about right. I only had 18 plats after 3 years but then my numbers started going up. I earned 62 plats in 2014 and 2015 combined. I'm at 13 plats so far this year after 5 months, meaning I'm on pace for 31 plats on the year. And that's the amount of plats I've averaged the previous 2 years.

 

Hehe, I love stats :P

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58/7 = 8.3 roughly

Hey I'm just curious. Is that jin's tattoo from tekken In your profile pic?. If so , looks pretty neat!

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26/1.5 = 17.33

first got a ps3 mid december 2014
2014 = 1
2015= 12
2016= 13 so far
Was  kind of on and off about trophy hunting in 2015 and played more non-PS games. Now its where a game having a short and/or easy plat can be a soul incentive to buy it (sound shapes).

 

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2014 - 12 platinums, not bad seeing as I started trophy hunting around June that year

2015 - 21 plats

2016 - 4 so far, but I'm getting "close" to my 5th.

 

Since it's been about two years since I've started... 18.5 plats/year.

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