Presented with a vast array of collectibles and achievements, most gamers have no problem skipping the items and accolades and moving on. Gamers with obsessive-compulsive disorder, on the other hand... I'll just let commenter Daemon_Gildas explain in today's Speak Up on Kotaku.
In August of 2008, cable internet provider Comcast imposed a 250GB limit on bandwidth, scaring many of their internet gaming customers. Now the company is rolling out an internet usage meter, so customers can obsessively track every single megabyte. Great!
I was unable to complete a single level without trying to collect the hundreds of thousands of LEGO coins that appear when you break something. Note: everything is breakable. It’s the jingling noise the coins make. .…