I was gonna put this in Microsoft, but Games for Windows and Sony both have their "rewards", so I figured here should be good. Anyways... I was playing Army of Two with my friend the other day and we beat the first level. Yay us, right? *Ding* I'm like, "What's that?" "Achievement Unlocked: Beat Level 1" Seriously? We got an achievement for playing the game? I thought achievements were supposed to bring replayability to games and force you to go that extra mile, not sit back and watch the gamer points roll in while you trudge through the game. I'm not sure how many other games are like this, but I think it kinda defeats the purpose of achievements. Beating the game is an achievement, finding all the *insert object*s is an achievement. Simply progressing in the game is not. Maybe I'm alone on this, maybe I found the 1/100000000 case, but that's just my view. How about yours?