Yeah, I'd have to say that achievement addiction is spiraling out of control if one would actually avoid a game they've been looking forward to, simply because of the inability to add an extra five points to their gamerscore.
I remember the days when "for fun" was the only reason people played video games.
Your = possessive. As in, "your grammar sucks."
You're = you are. As in, "you're an idiot for not knowing the difference."
Proper capitalization matters. There is a massive difference between, "I helped my Uncle Jack off a horse," and, "i helped my uncle jack off a horse."