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Worst Games to 100% Complete

Being a completionist can be fun, but some games are more like chores than fun. Here are the worst games to 100% complete.

Halo: The Master Chief Collection

It’s to be expected from a collection of a game to have a lot of achievements. There are 700 achievements in Halo: The Master Chief Collection. Some of them are impossible to get without another player aiding you. The campaigns must be completed at the highest possible difficulty levels. It’s unforgiving, to say the very least. I’m willing to bet that it’d take more than 200 hours to get all of the achievements.

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Payday 2

Despite being a great game, Payday 2 is really grindy in nature. To unlock all of the achievements, you’ll need to play the game for hundreds of hours, possibly doing the same heists. You might even have to pass the thousand-hour mark to get all of the tricky achievements. There are a whopping 1302 achievements in this game and that’s not a rookie number.

Just Cause 2

Just Cause 2’s map is huge. It has a ton of side quests and locations to explore. While it really is a ton of fun, achieving the 100% mark takes nearly one hundred hours. And the worst part of this is you technically cannot unlock the last achievements because the game is bugged. Imagine investing 80+ hours into the game and finally realizing you can’t unlock the final achievement… That’d be a disappointment to say the very least. With workarounds, you can fully complete the game. But it’s still too much work.

Grand Theft Auto IV

Grand Theft Auto IV is nigh impossible to complete without a guide. And even with one, it’d be one heck of an ordeal. Let’s be honest: finding collectibles in Grand Theft Auto games is more of a chore than actually fun. They exist in the most unusual and sometimes even unreachable places. You’ll be running around in places that really don’t have any collectibles, thinking that there would be one.

The Yakuza Games

The Yakuza franchise has a ton of things to do in their relatively small maps. Ranging from minigames to nearly 80 Side Missions in every game (on average), it’d take more than a hundred hours to get all the achievements. Oh, and there’s an in-game checklist as well. It also contains challenges that are insanely tedious to overcome. It’s best to experience the wide array of activities in the Yakuza games but not aim for the 100% mark, because it’d be more stressful than many other games.

Team Fortress 2

Team Fortress 2 is a multiplayer game and almost every achievement needs to be done online. And the fact that it has 520 achievements in total doesn’t make it any easier. There are some achievements that are really absurd and you’ll need to be really committed if you’re reaching the 100% mark on this game.

Fallout: New Vegas

Fallout New Vegas takes about 200 hours to fully experience, and that’s common in many in-depth RPG games. The thing about New Vegas is that you can get locked out of quests, meaning that you’ll have to replay the game multiple times to get all the achievements. It’s a fun game, don’t get me wrong. But then with each passing playthrough, you might get bored.

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