“Fortune and glory, kid.”

Just unlocked the last achievement needed to get a full Gamerscore for LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues. Not a terribly tough climb considering I only got the game a few weeks ago. Sure, it took time, but there wasn’t any hiccups along the way. In fact, I was surprised by how few achievements one will unlock while playing the game normally. There’s some for beating hub levels and the “do X so many times” ilk, but the rest revolved around collecting a lot of studs to buy everything, replaying story levels (yawnsome at that point), and a timed level that just took practice to get right.

I’ve now unlocked all achievement for three games in my collection; they are all LEGO games. Go ahead and try to make fun of me in the comments below. Your words will never make it out alive.

Game to break the mold…Fallout 3, all achievements. I can do it, I can. Again…it’s more about time than anything else.

2 responses to ““Fortune and glory, kid.”

  1. I was going to say something about how you’re obsessed with achievements, but then I realized I maxed out Mass Effect and it only took six playthroughs.

  2. Heh, yeah. You suffer from it, too. I’m one of those people that like achievements, but not for e-peen power. They keep me playing a game long after I’d probably have stopped.

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