Despite knowing they're totally meaningless and absolutely nobody, myself included, cares what achievements I have, I still find myself drawn to acquire as many as possible and feel annoyed when one falls forever beyond my grasp.I may have a problem.
If you're on MTGO check out the Free Events via PDCMagic and Gatherling.
Other games you should try:DC Universe Online - action-based MMO. Free to play. Surprisingly well-designed combat and classes.
Planetside 2 - Free to play MMO-meets-FPS and the first shooter I've liked in ages.Simunomics - Free-to-play economy simulation game.
There are so many achievements added everytime, with so little influence on a lot of them that I actually couldn't care less.
After a GP weekend there were so many achievements "unlocked" that the actual points of the GP were on the second page; so thanks for the filter option. I would like to see the return of player rewards as well. I think the structure that most Poker sites use, actually works really well to convince players to play that extra tournament and I'm sure, if implemented correctly, it will earn WOTC money in the long run.
So.. when is Wizards going to do stuff with PWP that is actually interesting?
Like real world rewards? Or online if necessary. I mean, talk about a good way to get more people online..
Treshold 1: 75% discount on DotP
Treshold 2: Free Mtgo account
Treshold 3: free expansion DotP, or coupon for Mtgo