It always bothers me when I play shooters, especially FPS, and my Father, who was a Gunner’s Mate, constantly critics and criticizes me when I miss. I always feel ashamed.
The thing I miss most about Call of Duty 4 isn’t the game itself, it’s the age I was when it came out, and how for me and my friends, our biggest worry in life, was our Kill/Death Ratios. Times were simple
I actually like the hats and new weapons in TF2.
There are many excellent games out there with intriguing stories and amazing gameplay, but being a gamer from the 90’s, I feel that the gaming community in large has begun to shift most of its attention to nothing but multiplayer, specifically FPS multiplayer, and that gaming companies don’t even bother making good stories anymore because they know that a large part of the community won’t really care that much because they will be too busy playing multiplayer. Call me old-school or boring, but I buy games mostly for the stories, not the multiplayer.
Before Borderlands, I wasn’t a fan of FPS. But now it is one of my favourite games!
Tribes: Ascend is one of the most underrated games on the market nowadays. It’s F2P and I’ve spent over 100 hours on it. I’ve never gotten tired for a second.
A few years back my [now ex-]boyfriend bought an XBox 360 against my wishes. I started playing with him in order to spend time together. I eventually met a group of friends on XBox Live, including a man I ended up falling in love with. We now share our lives as a couple and continue to play video games together. I call it my Halo 3 Love Story, since that is the game we met on. I will always love that game.
[SIDE NOTE: Ironically, my ex-boyfriend used my computer to meet a girl on RuneScape. He moved out of state to be with her. Happily ever afters all around.]
I liked the story of Black Ops more than Modern Warfare. I enjoyed the historical references and plot twists, and how you didn’t keep switching between characters you play.
I think Homefront is a HIGHLY under rated game.
What’s intense you say?? Camping. Camping is in tents.