Hardcore Gamer: When it comes to improving player-morale, this Field Order isn't doing anyone any good. It'd be nice to think a game as high-profile and competitive as Call of Duty would reward good sportsmanship rather than the complete opposite.
Ohhh plzzzz It took me awhile to find out how to do this but i love it not bad sportsmanship when you have the stats and the rights to talk highly of yourself soo the field ops is for fun why make a big deal out of nothing? whats next PETA with the dogs dyign and crap?
People who Have to talk crap are annoying, and aren't as good as they think they are. The truly great don't boast or brag of their accomplishments, only fools do.
I'm so tired of hearing about these oversensitive men and women expressing utter outrage over every little thing that could be considered even slightly edgy and/or politically incorrect. These are the same type of people who complained about Quiet's state of attire, dogs being punched in Battlefield 4, etc., etc. People do this in Call of Duty ALL the time - even I do it on occasion. What's wrong with IW recognizing an aspect of the Call of Duty experience? I liken it to a studio poking fun at itself. Just grow some thicker skin and chill out.
Victory dances (like in SOCOM) are more entertaining and classy anyway. Teabagging is kinda meh... it has grown stale. Why teabag when I can break into a moonwalk and grab my crotch?
Teabaggin will never get old. I'm teabaggin you now.
Hey, If you put in the work to take me down and you want to celebrate you go ahead choose the method. A dance mechanic just adds to the options but teabagging isn't going away. Personally I save the teabagging for someone who I feel really deserves it... nice and slow and taking my time with it. I just feel like since that it has become so rinse and repeat it has lost some of the impact it once had. It isn't much of an insult if it is expected...
Good sportmanship...it's a war game where you kill dudes ( and chicks) lol it's just a game ffs.
Come on what do you expect?!.....this is COD after all. lowest common denominator.
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Tea-bagging: it's what the cool kids do.
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