I noticed that on a Quantum of Solace forum, some people arranged online games where they would take it in turns to purposely lose, allowing each other to unlock an achievement. As someone that earned the achievement the right way, i find it pathetic. I guess some of you are not as amazing, and also, i think, fantastic, as i am. The Dr No achievement was one of the hardest to unlock, so i feel it offers some bragging rights. Which is why it bugs me that some people essentially cheated to unlock it. Purposely losing matches is worse than gamesaving in my opinion. The other day i stumbled into a game of Bond evasion, and some guy said "hey, do you guys have the achievement", someone replied, "cool, how about we let each other win as Bond so we can all unlock it". Everyone said "yes". Apart from me. I said "there is just one problem with that plan, boys", and then proceeded to eliminate Bond in every round (apart from the round in which i was Bond... i escaped, naturally) ensuring that none of them cheated their way to the achievement. How do you feel about people who cheat in this way? Are you one of these people? If so, what drives you to do this? Wouldn't you rather have the satisfaction of knowing you earned it, or are the gamerpoints all you care about?