vickers500 (User)

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If you like them, then more power to you, but I can't stand them, and disagree with pretty much everything you said.

As for why I like previous campaigns, they were just more memorable than newer titles.

CoD4 had the opening execution scene, the nuke scene where you crawl around looking for survivors until your death (my favorite part of the game), the all ghilled up section and I can't recall if this was mw2 or mw1, but... #1.1.18
129d ago by vickers500 | View comment

Yeah, I have. I've played and beat CoD2, CoD4, MW2 (all three on veteran), World at War, I played through 75% of Black Ops 1s campaign, and 50% of Black Ops 2s campaign (and about 20 minutes of MW3, though I couldn't stand 20 minutes of that trash).

CoD2/CoD4/MW1/World at War and parts of MW2 had sorta fun campaigns, but the story is no where near "great" in any of them, especially MW2 and everything afterwards.
131d ago by vickers500 | View comment
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131d ago by vickers500 | View comment
"I usually get Call of duty, mainly to play the campaign."

"Campaigns offer epic experiences, and they are usually highly produced, with great story"

"Call of Duty"
"great story" #1.1.7
131d ago by vickers500 | View comment
"Dark Soul's difficulty's appeal isn't video game elitism."

It is for some people. My friend absolutely loves Dark Souls, he still plays it HEAVILY to this day, like maybe 5-8 hours a day, and even he tells me that part of the enjoyment is the elitism he feels over everyone else who hasn't played it.

Then you have instances where, if someone criticizes the game in any way or says that they don't like it or want so and so featur... #2.5
142d ago by vickers500 | View comment
"With some single player games there is a lot of variety, multiplayer games...not so much."

That's only an opinion though. Variety can be what you make of it. Others might find variety where all you see is repetition. For instance, in a game like Battlefield, there are a ton of weapons, multiple classes, a bunch of gadgets and gear, vehicles, destructability, multiple support options, etc.

For the bigger multiplayer fans out there, these thin... #2.1.2
142d ago by vickers500 | View comment
I don't know if I like the sound of permanent damage. If I blow up a gas station just for the fun of it and just to see the sparks fly, that gas station will forever be blown up? I liked that in inFamous 2 I could just travel away from the area a bit and come back and it would be there for me to blow up again, not to mention sometimes I'll just slack off the main story and go around destroying everything destructible, does that mean there will be less and less things for me to destr... #3.3
145d ago by vickers500 | View comment
Team Deathmatch please #5
146d ago by vickers500 | View comment
"ME3 was average at best and was fun for like 3-4 hours then got boring."

I have to highly disagree with you there. I like multiplayer, but I'm the kind of person who usually only likes it in the franchises that do it really well and are multiplayer focused (early cod, battlefield, warhawk, killzone, etc.), and I was actually very pessimistic about it when I heard Mass Effect 3 was adding multiplayer, I thought it would be some generic crap mode like most other... #1.2.5
146d ago by vickers500 | View comment
Yeah, why not? Barring all the game breaking issues that BF4 still has and will likely continue to have even after the upcoming patch, BF3 is still miles better than the gigantic disappointment that is Battlefield 4.

Hit detection in BF4 is abysmal compared to 3, the weapons in BF4 suck and most of them feel the same.

I went back to BF3 on PS3 after playing BF4 and unlocking all the multiplayer weapons and was surprised at just how much Battlefield 4 sucks co... #3.2.2
147d ago by vickers500 | View comment
I want the ones that would significantly benefit from being ported, games were dumbed down heavily on last gen consoles(in terms of features, performance and to some extent, visuals) to come to PS4.

Battlefield 3 for example could have increased visuals, player count and framerate on ps4 (and I think the pc version also had more capture points for conquest, though I could be wrong.

Possibly Skyrim, which ran like crap on the ps3.

Maybe a few... #3.2
147d ago by vickers500 | View comment
I lost so many quarters to this game at CiCis as a kid. #7
148d ago by vickers500 | View comment
"Amazon only behind a $7 Thief pc download"

The reason being is that Thief Gold was free for a while (after you put in a code you got for free from another site), resulting in many people taking advantage of a free game, myself included, which is undoubtedly why the $7 dollar Thief PC download was so high up there, not because it's pre-orders are so poor that it's loosing out to a very old game. #1.1.4
148d ago by vickers500 | View comment
If I already signed up for the previous beta phase, will I have access to this new one? I installed the game last time but forgot to play it and didn't get to try it out. #3
154d ago by vickers500 | View comment
"The stealth in this game is pretty non existent, it's optional...and I mean optional in a way which is plan B. If you get caught you can just break peoples necks and fight them off no problem."

You can do that in pretty much any stealth game though if you're patient/good enough. The thing is, if you're going in expecting a stealth game, you kind of have to impose some restrictions upon yourself rather than rely on the game to punish you.
155d ago by vickers500 | View comment

Maybe he simply doesn't like gaming on pc? I played the Titanfall beta on PC because I didn't have an Xbox One and it was a blast, and I'm pretty sure my PC is fully capable of running the game at max settings, but if I did have an Xbox One, I'd rather get it on that than PC.

Reasons why?

1. My PC isn't for gaming, though it can certainly handle most games at a decent resolution, I mainly use it for web browsing... #9.1.2
156d ago by vickers500 | View comment
Love these guys, they're really cool. Bought Bastion on sale at Amazon a while back and assumed it would be a steam key (it wasn't) so I emailed them asking them if I could have a steam key, and offered to show them a screenshot of my Amazon receipt as proof so they wouldn't think they were getting ripped off. Within 20 minutes, I received a steam code for the game, and they didn't even ask me to send them proof, they just simply trusted their consumer (me) and gave me a cod... #2
158d ago by vickers500 | View comment
Well Bioshock Infinite apparently went through several different revisions, just look at all the gameplay and locations a year before the game came out, almost none of it was in the final game. At one point they had a renissance era columbia, but changed it because that's what AC2 did at the time, and because Ken Levines obsession with perfection drove him to try and revamp everything.

I'd like to see them take some of the content they scrapped (which even said was l... #1.7
159d ago by vickers500 | View comment

Thanks a lot for spoiling season 2 for me you prick.

*POSSIBLE SPOILERS AHEAD for a very recent tv show season,(one which I won't name in this warning because knowing what show it is might actually spoil it for you. you've been warned)*

Anyone watching that show could easily pick up on what you said (being that house of cards is a political show, the main characters name is frank underwood, and he is a pretty old guy wh... #1.1.4
162d ago by vickers500 | View comment | Off topic
"it's nowhere near the usefulness of the wii mote"

In my opinion, kinect is only marginally less useful than the wiimote. Both are pretty useless gimmicks imo that were forced onto consumers, which almost nobody wanted when they found out how they actually worked (neither of them even coming close to living up to their "game changing" promises).

If gamers were fine with the wii mote, an unnecessary and forced peripheral, then I don... #1.4
163d ago by vickers500 | View comment
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