The achievements for Dead Island Riptide have been made available online. Nothing outside the norm here, just your average collection of “kill x amount of enemies,” “reach level x,” and “find x amount of collectibles.” Some are a little more intriguing — I’d very much like to know who these mysterious twins are. Check out the list after the break, minus the 13 secret cheevos that almost definitely have spoilers. READ MORE
This has been a busy week for anyone who’s been anxiously awaiting the release of BioShock Infinite. First, we were teased with a trailer for a Columbia documentary, then we were given an-indepth look at the dangers that lurk within that floating city. Today, I have even more BioShock goodies, as the list of achievements (and trophies, as I imagine they’ll be the same across both platforms) have been revealed. Peruse them after the jump, and don’t worry, they’re spoiler free. READ MORE
Last year saw the release of three new games in Capcom’s Resident Evil franchise, but where Resident Evil 6 and Operation Raccoon City received lukewarm reviews, Revelations garnered almost unanimous critical acclaim. I’m still bummed I never had the chance to play it when the game released for the Nintendo 3DS back in February, so I’m looking forward to it, assuming this all proves true. Capcom hasn’t confirmed or denied anything, but bringing Revelations (most likely digitally) to the Xbox 360 and possibly the PS3 as well, seems like a swell idea to me. What about you — is this something you would be interested in? READ MORE
Almost every achievement from the upcoming Resident Evil 6 have been unveiled, and after going through them I think this game might soon be joining Dead Space 1 & 2 and Resident Evil 5 on the pantheon of horror games whose cheevos I’ve successfully capped off. There might be a light spoiler here or there, but for the most part they’re pretty tame. Not included in the list are six secret cheevos, which almost definitely contain some sort of mind-blowing plot twist that will leave us shaking in our suede slippers when we finally play the game on October 2nd. In related news, suede slippers are perfect for gaming marathons. Head past the break for the list! READ MORE
Resident Evil 6 might be the thing that’s on everyone’s mind right now, but that doesn’t mean we should forget about the second Resident Evil due to be released this year, Operation Raccoon City. If the recent cinematic trailer is anything to go by, this game looks pretty intense. You want to know what’s also really intense? Try going out of your way for a particularly tough cheevo, for starters. It took me awhile before I started caring about my gamerscore, but now it’s a symbol of my nerd cred, my mad gamer skills, and a symbol of my complete lack of a social life.
With that said, I like cheevos, and I’m bound to try and catch ‘em all when Operation Raccoon City releases on March 20 for the PS3, Xbox 360, and PC. Head past the jump for a full list! READ MORE
It seemed like it was only yesterday when we got our first look at Code Veronica’s Achievements, a list that would get even the least Resident Evil-friendly gamers salivating at its easy achievements. Most are story based, meaning you’ll have a majority of them unlocked by the end of the game, and Resident Evil 4′s cheevos look to be much of the same. My personal favorite is “Do Not Shoot the Water,” because I totally did after hearing from a friend that something happens if I do. Needless to say when that something happened I screamed like a little girl. Whereas I usually scream like a pre-pubescent boy.
I’ve included the full list of achievements after the jump, and for those of you who might be as lazy as me, I also threw in Code Veronica’ list. Why? Because I fucking love you, that’s why. READ MORE
Hello, my name is Adam, and I have an addiction. It all started back in 2005 when the Xbox 360 launched with a brand new feature: achievements. They seemed harmless at first, but my love of what I affectionately refer to as “Cheevos” has blown up into a full on obsession to get as many as humanly possible. There are some gamers who think achievements single-handedly ruined gaming. Those people definitely aren’t gamerscore whores. Sadly, I am, and that’s why this news warms my cold, dead heart so much.
Capcom’s upcoming Revival Selection, due out this autumn, gives us the opportunity to experience two fantastic games in the series, Resident Evil 4 and Code Veronica X, with a brand new paint job. We’ve already had a substantial look at the two games’ new looks, but if their crisper visuals weren’t enough of a reason to check them out when they go downloadable later this year than perhaps 1,000 achievement points are enough motivation. Head past the break for Code Veronica’s achievements, hopefully we’ll get the deets (that’s hipster slang for “details,” I know because I’m real hip) on Resident Evil 4′s Cheevos soon. READ MORE
Do you fancy yourself an achievement connoisseur? Good, because that means you’ll probably be interested in this recently unveiled list of achievements for next month’s Dead Space 2. I know I am- wait, did you hear that? It sounded like a growl. Oh, it’s just my gamerscore rumbling and it is Huuunngraaay.
The Peng treasure looks to have found its way into the game but you needn’t worry about spoilers as most of the achievements deal with killing Necromorphs a certain way, upgrading your character enough or collecting a specific number of items. Head past the break for the full achievement list, minus the 15 secret achievements that might actually spoil the story, and we wouldn’t want that, would we?READ MORE