TrueTrophies are giving PlayStation players what they desire; a look back on their decade in trophies. Similar to PlayStation’s WrapUp – which we covered here – TrueTrophies will allow you to explore your gaming decade, offering some interesting stats while it’s at it.
To access your decade head over to the TrueTrophies site and register your account using your PlayStation details. You’ll get an email to confirm registration and then – after a few minutes – you’ll be able to see your #MyDecadeOnPlayStation infographic (just follow the hyperlinked hashtag).
Cool, A Way To Kill A Few Minutes At Work
I guess you could waste some time, but you may actually find some truly interesting information about your habits. Take a look at my breakdown, for example:
It shows that my top played genre was Shooter – something I’d have flat out disagreed with had two of my top played series not been Battlefield and Destiny. Then there’s the value of games – relative to the price at release. I’ve spent up to a whopping £8,340 on games across the decade, and as I tend to be a first-day buyer I assume I’m closer to that costing than not.
I’m also not much of a completionist, having only achieved one platinum trophy on Marvel’s Spider-Man – funnily becoming my fastest, slowest, and rarest completion to date.
The TrueTrophies infographic also presents something of a time machine. My best year in achievements was 2012. In 2012 I was playing Mass Effect 3, Hitman: Absolution, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, and the criminally underrated Max Payne 3, to name but a few. I’d finished university and had started working. My free time was my own. And what a bloody year it was for gaming.
How life changes in a decade, huh?
Anyway! How was your decade? What was your rarest trophy? How much have you spent on games? Is your top genre as surprising to you as mine is to me? Drop us a comment below.
Spend most of my gaming life watching my son on Super Mario Odyssey. Or watching Super Mario Odyssey play throughs on Youtube. Love to hate Destiny 2. Hopes for a Dredd sequel someday. Desperately missing The Leftovers.