I'm really not sure what happened to the franchise.
Call of Duty 4 and World at War were both outstanding but the franchise since then (while more successful than ever) has been lacking when it comes to substance. MW2's campaign was extremely fun despite its innumerable plot holes, inconsistencies, a downright absurd story line.
That games Multiplayer was also one of the most poorly balanced, newbie friendly pieces of garbage that I have ever seen.
"New day, new hope. Richards Buyout 2014". -Ail
Yep. If you go by the reviews to see if you will like the game, then I guess you will love it. I don't understand how people like this disgrace of a video game.
Well, I'll be able to draw my own conclusions when I finally get it
I've never been so mad to actually have plans. Going to see "Flight" at 4. Wanted to see Lincoln but it's not playing around here . Then Knicks at 7. Hopefully the game gets here soon so I can actually log a little bit of time on it before tonight.
And here I wanted to start actually preparing for the LSATs today, *sigh*. Got through the introduction chapter in one of the books though
I can't stand that game. Nothing wrong with it, there was just a one week span once where all my buddies wanted to do was play it.
It's very unrestrained friend vs. friend game. In other games where friends can play against each other, there is less of a direct "screw you" element to it and more of a rage, what the hell type of reaction. SSB is just clean and classic.
it amazes me how people still eat up call of duty games. how could people not be bored of them by now? i played MW2 and thats the only COD game ill ever need in my life.
I see it as the same reason people continue to buy NHL games. Little differences + new guns + new maps + new campaign + new zombies. Sure the engine is the same, and the controls never change, but it's a "different" game.
Also to stay current with the online gamers. Most CoD players are on BO2, that's where I want to be.