Gamerscore Update – 26th Feb 2009

It’s been almost two weeks since my previous gamerscore update and I feel I haven’t done so well this time. Whilst I’ve been playing a few games, I seem to have been distracted by other hobbies lately. That said, let’s see what I’ve been up to.

Lego Indiana Jones
Not long to go now with this game. I managed to bring my gamerscore up to 940 out of 1000. Not bad really, with only a few achievements left (which will be quite boring and repetitive, especially the one where I need to disarm numerous enemies). I should be able to 100% Lego Indiana Jones if I can gear myself up to finish up on the loose ends.

Scene It? Box Office Smash
With the new Scene It downloadable content I have been playing this quite a bit recently. We played it quite a lot before, but it’s nice to have some new questions and clips to watch. We also managed to get what I would consider to be the two hardest achievements in the game requiring a score of 300,000 and 330,000 with DLC, bringing the total gamerscore for this game to 1100 out of 1250.

Burnout Paradise
I couldn’t wait for the release of the new Ultimate Box edition, and I wasn’t disappointed! This version of Burnout Paradise contains a lot of (or all of) the previous DLC on disc, saving some room for quite a small hard drive (yes, even on the elite. Why don’t Microsoft release a huge and cheap drive? Well, we all know why. But I wish they would do it!). Anyway, the game still looks gorgeous and is very exciting and fun to play. I love the takedown game modes and exploring the huge map. I haven’t had time to play this as much as I’d like to, sporting only a measly 185 gamerscore for this game.

Recent Gamerscore Summary:

  • Street fighter IV – 130/1000
  • Fuzion Frenzy 2 – 25/1000
  • Scene It? Box Office Smash – 1100/1250
  • Dawn of War 2 – 35/1000
  • Lego Indiana Jones – 940/1000
  • Lord of the Rings: Conquest – 85/1000
  • Burnout Paradise – 185/1050

Total Gamerscore: 33,610

My first games console was the Mega Drive and I've been in love with video games ever since. Over the years I've owned many systems, which I hope to cover in the future. Most of the things I write and do videos about is considered "retro", but I do enjoy playing my Xbox One and PS4 as well...


Posted on February 26, 2009 | Last modified: 11th March 2015