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In case any of you didn't know, last night
Stallion83 became the first Xbox Gamer to reach 1,000,000 Gamerscore legitimately and has become quite a celebrity. I think some public congratulations are in order and good luck with the next million!
Congrats I don't think so I feel sorry for this guy you know he is not having fun gaming. If your always focused on gamerscore you can't just enjoy the game you have to follow a road map so you don't miss anything.
He turned something that should be fun into a grind of a job. Don't get me wrong i like GS/Trophies but this guy is a joke.
It is sad to see that people spend more time achieving than actually playing but credit where it's due, it's a mighty achievement and if it keeps you happy then so be it. I'd love to know how he/she (or they as it may be) afford all of these games, you have
to be working a pretty good job to be getting 3 or 4 games a week and finding the time to max them out.
Well I am proud of him. I don't know if he did anything illegitimate or not, but I for one know how hard it is to get some achievements. Some of you seem to be missing the point though. Achievements/Trophies are more than just a little sound and notification
to some people. Achievements actually keep me playing a game. Once I have all the Achievements, then I feel like I have completed the game. So some of you might want to lighten up on your opinion of Achievements. You don't have to love them, but they mean
a lot to some people.
I think it's a little unfair to say he "needs a life". Of course it's doubtful that he has a thriving social life but if he's happy then nobody else can judge him. Plus, he has a world record, which is one more world record than me.