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Submitted by arcsoft 957d ago | opinion piece

Science Fiction, Play and Empowerment

Ed of GAMElitist.com - "The joy of CoD is in playing soldier; militaristic pretensions ooze from the game’s heavily jargonised dialogue and commitment to authenticity, so playing the game feels appropriately lifelike.

RDR on the other hand is more fantastical. You play to feel like one of the legendary gunslingers from Western movies, who display the unreal marksman skills that you possess in game." (BioShock: Infinite, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, Crysis, Culture, Doom 3, Mass Effect 3, PC, PS3, Red Dead Redemption, Starcraft II, Xbox 360)

PixL  +   957d ago
"CoD" and "authenticity" in the same sentence, that's where I stopped reading.

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