Completed refers to earning 100% of trophies for the game including downloadable content.
When new content is released for a game, all users who have previously completed that game will revert to incomplete.
If you don't want to wait for auto-updating you can update a user by submitting their PSN id again, or clicking the "Update Profile" button on their profile page.
Our goal at PSN Trophy is to track only users that have an interest in trophies.
Because of this, we have implemented a policy of forgiveness for 2 old games only!
The "completist" mentality is simple, 100% is all that matters!
Having the platinum trophy for a game may not be good enough for this leaderboard! Every game has a base value of 200 points that is awarded for completion.
We are dedicated to giving a true representation of the leaders in the PSN trophy community.
From our humble beginnings as a semi-automated spreadsheet of about 30 users, PSN Trophy has grown into what it is today.
Trophy hunting is about more than just who has the most trophies. We added three additional leaderboards that specifically focus on the quality of trophy collections instead of just quantity.
To us, all that number correlates to is who has the most time, money, and possibly friends using shared accounts to inflate their numbers. Our goal is to separate the people with simply a lot of time from the people with incredible gaming skill.
Games like Hannah Montana won't be contributing a lot of points here!
Additionally, a user's total points are adjusted based on the number of games they have complete out of all the games they have played. For example, if a user has completed half of their games, then their total points will be reduced by 50%.
On top of that, up to 6,000 bonus points can be awarded based on the percentage of users that have completed the game out of all the users that own it.
If almost every user who plays a game completes it, the total points for the game will be close to 200.