The majority of you out there haven't had the PlayStation Home experience yet, but those of us who have seem to be mostly underwhelmed. I just don't see the point to the service at its current level of development. Why would I want to hang out in a virtual world full of idiots? That's part of the reason I don't care much for the real world, so I'm certainly not going to bring that sort of chaos into my home. Now, moving around Home with friends could have its perks, but I've never seen anyone on my PlayStation buddy list using the service. I'm hoping that Home grows into something unique, but it has a long way to go.
A few days ago I pointed you at the new online game based around earning Achievements, Achievement Unlocked. Playing through the game and unlocking all of the Achievements led to some thought about the whole Achievement/Trophy gimmick. Do they really add anything to the gaming experience? Do they enhance replay value or drive players to push on when progress stalls? Are they just an annoyance or have they become an integral aspect of modern gaming? Let's hear your thoughts on Achievements and Trophies.