I like CoD because it doesn't change too much, just enough to keep it interesting. It's a solid game, pretty much a staple. Ever since MW2's P2P mistake it's been bashed, people saying it's always the same, not changing enough or not updating the graphics. Obviously these are the people who fail to notice that this is why CoD sells. It's bread and butter for most gamers. Of course not many of you are gonna be bold enough to step forward and say you play it because most people on here are BF players and you'll just get slaughtered for it.
Gotta say, I'm buying it because CoD singleplayer has such a great feel to it and I've always enjoyed playing through, I enjoy the story.
Anyway, back on topic. The survival mode looks kinda cool, seems like a decent addition to sort of add more to the game. I hope it doesn't have a limit though, cause I can see people hitting a limit within the first week.
Definately looks pretty action packed though!
Originally Posted by Half_Duplex
You gave OCN wayyyyy to much credit. 90% of people here don't know the first thing about what a "game engine" is, and most probably think code reuse is when they toggle back and forth between 2 passwords for their work email every 90 days.
I can agree that most people on OCN are probably here to see if their PSU is overrated or their GPU is bottlenecking, but I can assure you 95% of the gamers on here have the basics down when it comes to game structure.
There's a reason that there's sections for that stuff you know.Edited by Reflux - 8/9/11 at 4:59pm