Defeating the dragon boss in Lost Souls gave me a big sense of achievement. This game is one of the hardest, modern, games and it is a relief when you don’t die from combatting a single grunt enemy. Took me about a week, and after the boss; I stopped playing. Stopping when you’re at your peak is always good to keep your sense of achievement.
This is indeed hard to answer.. I could say one of the proudest achievements was the first time I defeated Ultima Weapon in FFVIII when I was 14 years old. That day was epic… We are talking about a hidden special boss that you can reach only if you completed certain secret tasks, and then during the fight there is always a chance to be defeated by his special skill. I still remember with a full overpowered team, able to kill the last boss in 3 minutes, I could die almost every hit received, and 50% chance to die against his limit break. So even if you unlocked all the secrets and got the max power possible in the game, you still ran the risk to die 2/3 times during the whole battle (around 2 hours).. But I made it 2 times in my life.. That day I went out drinking with my friends, to celebrate something that they still today don’t know..
Getting 95% of the achievements in Super Smash Bros Brawl. I had a time when i played a lot and for fun and also online. I remember the times playing together with an old friend and beating all the other characters. The game was really cool because most of the friends I knew were playing it so I jumped in the game as well and I liked it a lot. Melee was the version before but i didn’t get caught on that one because it didn’ t pass my mind. I also liked the latest version for the wii u but the new thing about it for me was over. I still play it with friends sometimes. But not as much as before. It’s still cool how all the items move and create chaos on the screen. Great game.
My proudest achievement in a game was actually finishing a certain game. The game I am talking about is Dark Souls. A friend and I wanted to give it a try and to be honest, the start was horrible. I died multiple times trying to kill the tutorial boss…yes, the boss of the tutorial.
And after that it got even worse! The game put me close to a bonfire and I got my first quest. However, I had absolutely no idea where the area where I could finish the quest was. And as there is no map in the game it was literally impossible for me to find out without wandering around and searching the area. After heading in the wrong direction 3 times and being killed by one hit by a dragon, skeleton and other monsters, I was finally able to get on track and get to the first boss. After around 50 tries I finally managed to kill it and the feeling was amazing! I was jumping up from the couch, pumping my fist and running around like crazy! i felt like I just accomplished the impossible. Triple that feeling and you can imagine how excited I was after I finished this fantastic game.
I hope you like my achievement and maybe you had a similar experience 🙂
The proudest achievement I’ve had was in Dota 2. There was one game mode requiring your team to occupy some spots to gain points. Whichever team would first reach 5000 point would won the battle. My friend and I played this mode, in the beginning we were destroyed by the opponents. We were 4000 points behind. Also, one of our teammate thought we couldn’t win and he dropped the game. It became a 4 vs 5 match and the opponents needed 100 points to win. In the end our team wiped them and occupied the spot, leaving their point at 4950. Then after another 15 minutes, we won the game, 5000 vs 4950.
My proudest achievement is being one chapter ahead of Bahamut in The Walking Dead: No Man’s Land. 😀
Reaching Platinum in LoL was a pretty big achievement I was pretty proud of 😛
Can’t really say a lot more about it though…