So after working quite hard on completing as many games as possible in order to get most out of all games I somehow figured it’s time to start a Bean Dive and ruin all that as fast as possible.
Perhaps some of you can relate to the problem. Every now and then decent games are on sale and even though I already got I game I enjoy playing and want to complete the price is just to good to let it go, so I buy it for later. But then later never comes since there is always another game to complete or a newer release that’s more interesting than those now “older” games and therefore I never get to start them.
It becomes even a bigger issue if you are “home-console sharing” with one of your friends since you also get all the games your buddy buys added to you library and therefore at some point start drowning in games.
Well thank god TrueAchievements got a solution for that called the “Bean Dive”. The goal simply is to start as many games as possible but unlock only one achievement in each game in order to drop your overall completion percentage. Once you started all the games you intended to, or you reached your goal drop percentage you can end your dive and start working on your way back.
As an small incentive your grind back up will be rewarded with up to four recovery milestones. But we all know I’m not in it for the money, to be honest I don’t really know why I’m in it. It just felt let the right thing to do back at the time.
I’m also glad that I’m not alone, since UndyingLegacyX decided to join. He started a total of more than 40 games and is currently on his grind back up.
I for myself probably won’t be starting that many games, but I’m quite sure that I’ll increase the number a bit further in order to get my overall completion down to around 50.00% before I start my recovery.
Let’s see how long it takes to dive down and get back up again. I’d also love to know if any of you already tried the Bean Dive feature of TrueAchievements or do you not care about game completion at all? Leave your opinion in the comments below.