Well, after the crazy catch-up from the last Achievements of the Week, this edition is going to look somewhat slim. We can blame that on the living room being way too cold and that my gaming time this week was limited since I began working on a new minicomic, as well as put together a fancy All of Westeros postcard to give out at some upcoming conventions. I did, however, beat Saints Row: The Third over the weekend, and so most of the Achievements come from that title, with Rage slipping in one as I slowly get my way back into that game.
Enough rambling. Let me show you some shiny Achievements.
From Saints Row: The Third…
kill-deckers.exe (25G): Completed ‘http://deckers.die’, 01100010011011110110111101100010.
Readers of Grinding Down might recall I was having some trouble with this mission. Thankfully, after letting the Xbox 360 sit unused for a whole day and reloading the mission from a different hard save, I was able to continue forward with the boss battle, kicking Matt’s ass like only a Saint could. Anyone know what those numbers translate to?
Gangstas…In Space! (30G): Completed Act 3 in another way.
I edited this Achievement’s text to keep y’all unspoiled, but this is basically the one you get when you finish the final story mission. It’s a hoot, y’all.
Have A Reality Climax (20G): Completed all instances of Professor Genki’s Super Ethical Reality Climax.
My favorite activity in Saints Row: The Third, and so it is also the first activity I completed each instance of first. Well, not counting Guardian Angel, but those activities were tied to story stuff. Loved all the funny commentary as I ran around, shooting mascots and dodging flamethrower traps.
Gender Equality (10G): Played for 2 hours as a male and female, we’re an equal opportunity offender.
Yup, I made the switch. You just go to a cosmetic surgery shop, drop some moolah, agree to the fact that this change will be permanent, and poof, there goes your look. Though I did try to maintain as much of my former male self in the process, keeping the weight, hipster glasses, and facial hair in place. I think I make a decent lady and an even more amazing superheroine:
Lead Foot (10G): Win a Race in the Campaign
So, I finally arrived at Goodsprings…I mean, Wellspring, which looks like the main hub city of Rage‘s wasteland. Here you can shop, store vehicles in your own personal garage, play multiple minigames, and race for money. I did the first race available on the easiest level and breezed my way to the finish line. I can only suspect–and hope–that they get a little more challenging down the line.
That’s it for me. As always, I aim to do even better this week. Gotta play clean-up with Saints Row: The Third and maybe give Rage another shake or two. How did you all do this week? Any long-term Achievement goals for 2012? Speak up in the comments section below for all to read.
Delver and Blood Oath achievements in Skyrim. I’m gonna complete that game if it kills me!
Swing that sword, cast that spell, kill those dragons!
Good job, mate. I’ve been playing the downloadable title All Zombies Must Die on my Xbox 360, and I’ve been enjoying it (and it’s the only game I’ve gotten achievements on recently).
What are your thoughts on Rage and Saints Row (any of the three)? I have yet to play them, but was always curious. Is Rage like Borderlands?
Thanks, j! Rage wants to be both Fallout 3 and Borderlands, but it’s neither. It’s very pretty at times, but otherwise, not as gripping. Just some dude shooting bandits and mutants in the wild.
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