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Top 10 Embarrassing Video Game Trophies & Achievements

VO: Riccardo Tucci WRITTEN BY: Ty Richardson
If you get any of these Trophies or Achievements, you might want to consider setting your profile to private! Welcome to WatchMojo.com, and today, we're counting down our picks for the Top 10 Embarrassing Video Game Trophies & Achievements! In this video we'll be looking at games such as Call of Duty, Metal Gear Solid and FIFA. To have your ideas turned into a WatchMojo or MojoPlays video, head over to http://WatchMojo.comsuggest and get to it!
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Top 10 Embarrassing Video Game Trophies & Achievements



Better hope your friends aren’t lurking around your achievements and

trophies! Welcome to WatchMojo.com, and today, we're counting down our picks for the Top 10 Embarrassing Video Game Trophies & Achievements!



For this list, we're looking at the most shameful trophies and achievements to have on your PSN or Xbox Live profile.



#10 Turd Burglar



“Duke Nukem Forever” (2011)



“Duke Nukem Forever” wasn’t exactly one of the best games to come out of 2011. Its poor graphics, terrible level design, and abysmal failure to modernize “Duke Nukem” led many players back to the store to return their copies...unless you were one of the few who wanted all of the trophies or achievements. In that case, you should already be familiar with the “Turd Burglar” achievement, which requires you to pick up a piece of poo. Yep, just any old poo! It could be yours, or it somebody else’s poo. No one knows, and no one wants to know! Just grab your 10G or bronze trophy and continue your merry way! Sicko...





#9: 20 Straight Losses in DOA Online



“Dead or Alive 4” (2005)



There’s nothing more satisfying than keeping a stellar win-loss ratio. It makes you feel like you know the ins and outs of your favorite game, and it justifies your bragging rights. Yet, when a game like “Dead or Alive 4” teases you with a “reward” to intentionally lose, the game is basically asking you to take the lesser of two evils. Do you maintain your impressive record and skip accomplishing all of the achievements, or do you take the twenty required losses like a boss and go for the completion, despite earning no Gamerscore? It’s a tormenting dilemma, and one that would stain anyone’s Xbox profile.





#8: Adult Content



“Dead Rising 2: Off the Record” (2011)



If you’re looking for more achievements to degrade yourself, but want a bit of an extra challenge in doing so, “Dead Rising 2: Off the Record” has got you covered. The “Adult Content” achievement tasks you in taking a lewd photo that is worth over a thousand Prestige Points. How disgusting could a zombie game get? Well, on the bright side, it’s nothing too filthy, but you’ll have to take a photo of some suggestive looking merchandise in the appropriately named Uranus Zone. Hey, this achievement could have been a heck of a lot worse, but we’re still a little regretful of nabbing this “achievement”.



#7: Bad Loser



“FIFA 10” (2009)



One of the most annoying things that can happen in online games is when someone decides to quit when you’re winning. If you were unlucky enough to play “FIFA 10”, there’s a huge chance some of the people who quit while you were winning were simply going for the “Bad Loser” achievement. To pop this achievement, you must forfeit five online matches when you’re losing. The devs were clearly aware how easy this would be to achieve as the achievement doesn’t net you any Gamerscore. So, is it really worth making yourself seem like a poor sport about losing? Mmmm, probably not.



#6: Go Get Some Sun



“Call of Duty: World at War” (2008)



We can’t blame video games for being addictive. Hey, if its a good game, we’d LOVE to spend hours upon hours playing it! That isn’t to say you should dedicate your whole life to it, and “Call of Duty: World at War” will remind you of that when you pop the “Go Get Some Sun” achievement. To earn this, you must reach your tenth prestige, which takes a heck of a long time to do. No joke, you’re looking at hundreds of hours of playing “Call of Duty”! At that point, it might be best to listen to the game and go live life for a bit. Besides, it doesn’t give you any Gamerscore!



#5: Welcome to 2047



“Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars ” (2007)



One of the most annoying types of achievements are the ones that require you to push a button hundreds or thousands of times. Well, it’s a good thing “Command & Conquer 3” didn’t task you with anything like that! Oh, wait… It did. The “Welcome to 2047” achievement requires the player to press the A button a total of 2,047 times! Oh, and you have to do so in a single mission. While you are awarded with 20G for your Xbox profile, this achievement is so easy to nab, yet so time-consuming that it feels kind of humiliating. Think about it; you just spent ten whole minutes mashing a button for 20G! Was it worth it?



#4: The Paramour



“Fable II” (2008)



It’s amazing that you can do just about anything you want in today’s games. For example, did you know that you can sleep with almost anybody you want in “Fable II”? Well, you can, and there’s an achievement for a horndog character like yours! All you have to do is make love twenty-five times...or commit voyeurism and watch another Hero do so. The only catch here is it cannot be a prostitute. (C’mon, guys. It’s “making love”.) Should your friends find this achievement on your profile, you have basically admitted that you went out of your way to experience virtual sex twenty-five times, all for a measly 10G. You proud of yourself?



#3: Long Road Ahead



“Guitar Hero II” (2007)



Yeah, we know that the “Guitar Hero” games didn’t really teach us how to play guitar, but it felt damn good pretending we were rock legends! Well, it did until “Guitar Hero II” reminded us of how much we really suck by giving us the “Long Road Ahead” achievement. Simply fail any song on the easiest difficulty, and you’ll be awarded 10G. As if intentionally failing on Easy wasn’t shameful enough, “Guitar Hero III” would include two achievements that required you to fail a single song ten times and another that required you to fail a song that was at least ninety percent complete. Thanks for the reality check, guys...



#2: Snake Beater



“Metal Gear Solid HD Collection” (2011)



When the “Metal Gear Solid” games were remastered for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PS Vita, they came with an assortment of bizarre tasks to increase your Gamerscore or nab more PlayStation trophies, such as sending a lewd picture to Otacon. However, the most shameful one requires you to find a locker containing a poster of a lovely lady. View the poster in first-person, and then, call Otacon so he may see you in your perverted glory. Really, Snake, don’t you have more important things to take care of?





Before we reveal our most embarrassing pick, here are a few Dishonorable Mentions…



#1: I Swear! I Did It by Mistake!



“Lollipop Chainsaw” (2012)



“Lollipop Chainsaw” is one of the most insanely ridiculous games you could ever play. It knows its outrageous, and it indulges in its own absurdity. So, you could expect some occasional juvenile behavior such as Juliet telling the player not to use the camera to look up her skirt. Of course, that’s the first thing many players tried doing at the start of the game, and before they knew it--*achievement noise*. With an achievement like this on your profile, everyone knows that you deliberately tried seeing panties on a character model for 10G or a bronze trophy. Have you no decency?
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