Xitilon told TrueAchievements that Microsoft had been in touch with the publisher about the modifications, stating that Xitilon had actually broken one of its guidelines set out in its achievements policy. This rule states that achievements need to not have their unlock rules altered after they’ve been published. “Microsoft called us about the achievements changes in a few of the games I publish. It turned out it was versus one really particular guideline, which I did not discover way back then,” Xitilon said. “I [am] personally working overtime, and on this weekend, to go back all of the related accomplishments to their preliminary state.”
According to Xitilon, the following video games will have their base accomplishment lists changed back to how they were when very first released:
These games will have their accomplishment requirements went back on January 9th. If you’re an achievement hunter, and you want the simple Gamerscore, you might desire to play through these video games now prior to the changes enter into location. Xitilon says that achievements in title updates will stay untouched, “Non-base accomplishments, which were added in title updates, will remain as they are– they do not break anything.”
This month, eight Xitilon-published video games have gotten simple title updates worth 1,000 G each. Bullet Beat, Smart Moves, 50 Years, Grm Mariupolis, ReactorX, The Explorer of the Night, Castle of no Escape, and Castle of no Escape 2 are all now worth either 2000G and sometimes 3000G. These games take less than 30 minutes each to finish.
“Microsoft contacted us about the achievements modifications in some of the video games I publish. If you’re an achievement hunter, and you want the easy Gamerscore, you may desire to play through these games now before the changes come into place. Xitilon says that achievements in title updates will remain unblemished, “Non-base achievements, which were added in title updates, will remain as they are– they don’t breach anything.