There's loads of funny ones here from back in the day:
Personally I was hoping they wouldn't come. I can see Home being overrun with trophy hunters that will come on and (unintentionally) disrupt things.
Yes, it will increase traffic, but only to meet some trophy criteria. If they want to give out trophies, I would much rather it be all "in Home" trophies. Give us a trophy room by all means, but not one thats linked with the XMB trophies.
Just my opinion, but I think they could be more trouble than theyre worth.
A few more just for fun.
Deep Freeze (Get Frozen at least 10 times)
Anti-Freeze (Spend a day on home without being frozen)
Citizen’s Arrest (Catch a perv in the act and report them)
Home Hero (Rescue a noob from trolls)
Scott Free (Spend a day on home without running into a perv or troll)
Home Hero ... *dies of laughter*
in my opinion, trophies would be VERY difficult to implement into Home. with spaces coming and going, sometimes without notice, it would make it impossible for some to get a trophy for a no longer existing space. the rewards are Home's version of trophies, some are easy and some are difficult.
How about thinking about what stuff we could get from our games for using in Home. Like a personal Skyrim space (they did it with Batman). You could get the Arch mage's quarters with roof access where dragons fly around, or the mask collection from the game, as furniture and clothing items etc. That'd make trophies actually WORTH something, rather than a marker for how much of your life you've wasted for an icon.
But if they were simply for using home for a certain amount of time, 3months, 6months, 1year, 2year etc.
It could provide a great chance to reward the users that have stuck with home all that time with exclusive items, discounts or public space.
Id much rather users be rewarded this way than being pulled into that 'exclusives' trap.
I would hate for Home to get it's own set of requirements to get proper Trophies because it will only attract Trophy whores which I think will be a bad thing for Home. It's like the New Home Experience that's came that's only brought unwanted visitors.