I hate myself that a number can effectively dictate how much I play a game. How can I find myself going from enjoying playing a game to hating it, just in pursuit of a few percentage points? It's totally ridiculous that my average game completion rate matters to me, especially as it's not mandatory on your steam profile, but sadly, (and it's a sickness), it does....In fact it even dictates how much I want to own a game on Steam. For instance I saw Ryse was available for free on GameSessions and figured as a fan of classical civilisations it was worth a go, maybe even pick up the game on Steam if I enjoyed the start....73 achievements with gated multiplayer ones? Yep, GameSessions DRM for a one time experience is fine...
I really wish...really, really, really....that you could turn these things off!
Here is a short summary of my last year's achievement unlocking. All stats are from TrueSteamAchievements
Totally I unlocked 1,765 achievements
82 games with achievements were played
I 100%ed achievements 10 games
"Beat the Red Baron" from Steredeen is the "rarest" achievement
My best year was 2016 where I unlocked 2,131 achievements.
Note: I played none of the achievement trash games to unlock achievements.
Yeah honestly multiplayer achievements are the worst, I avoid them whenever possible.
The rarest is a 0.20% achievement from Pillars of Eternity where you had to go through the entire game with 10 or fewer rests I think. It wasn't that difficult when I went for it, but that game had a lot of (unnecessary) balance changes so I'm not sure how it stacks up now. The pastel ones are from Gone Home and are really easy, it's just that people haven't gone back to the game since the achievements were added. The rest are from Gauntlet, and they're just grinding enemies, so also not difficult, just time consuming. I'd say the game I'm most proud of 100%ing is Super Hexagon lol. I apparently have 348 achievement games in total, so I'm about 30% done I guess.