Too Many Shooter Spoil the Broth?

Don’t you just love guns? You can sever limbs with them, you can pop kneecaps with them, hell, you can even bosh people over the head with them. Guns are great. Unfortunately, playing with guns in the U.K. will probably land you behind bars, or worse. But fear not! Gunplay in videogames is perfectly legal and so it comes as no surprise that us Brits froth at the mouth whenever we come in range of a new Halo or Gears of War title. Is this a problem? Or are we just a nation that knows what it wants and more often than not, what we want is a big fat shooter?

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Unbiased_gamer3424d ago (Edited 3424d ago )

The only shooter I'm looking forward to right now is Brink. It looks to push the limits of what we expect from our FPS's from here on out.

Colossal_Red3424d ago

Agreed, and it's not just first person shooters which are getting stale. Quantum Theory is standing evidence of the TPS genre beginning to rust.

Dramscus3424d ago

Demons souls totally shook me up. I played and played and played but it was so hard. I started a ton of new characters, and tried different ways of playing it till I figured it out.
Now on a fresh try through I'm flying through in less time advancing faster. Couldn't get past the second level before.

I just couldn't wrap my head around the system for quite a while but it was addicting.