Activision’s Eric Hirshberg has been describing just what it is that makes the Call of Duty series what it is at the CoD XP 2011 event – and got in another dig at Battlefield 3.
Call of Duty “delivers the ultimate bore in gaming” – JackOffJim
It can do.. too bad such a high percentage of it's playerbase resort to use lame tactics and the most annoying overpowered perk/weapon combinations. The Adrenaline rush ends as fast as it starts when you pop around that corner where mr lame camping bastard 2011 is conveniently waiting with his motion sensor up just waiting for his free kill.
If the guy says so it must be true I guess. We will have to wait and see it that's true or not.
''Hirschberg described CoD as embodying “epic realism” '' Lol. http://www.youtube.com/watc...
For me, the ultimate adrenaline rush is when I have 7HP and 0 Armor left in Quake 3 or 4 and I'm bunny-hopping my way through rockets to reach that mega-armor. The ultimate adrenaline rush is narrowly escaping a tank in Battlefield as I sprint past my buddy who is about to annihilate it with a rocket, all the while being fired at by half a platoon across the way. Killing 11 dudes with ease and then calling in an overpowered killstreak to do all the work for me isn't an adrenaline rush. Sorry.
Well I'll say when your playing Search And Destroy on Call Of Duty and you need a 1 v 4 clutch to win, your heart is definitely pumping. COD is fast paced, so I can see where it's be considered quite an adrenaline influenced game.
With the return of dedicated servers and the removal of last stand, commando, and one man army, IW has proven that they listen to feedback. What pushed me into buying this is the fact that they tailored support killstreaks for my style of play - going for objectives and points while having a low number of kills. Players like me will be rewarded as much as the campers now.
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