Preference vs. "Being Better"

"So I've been looking at this ongoing battle of Battlefield 3 vs. Modern Warfare 3, and I've actually started to notice a trend. Pretty much every reason presented by the Battlefield players (destructible environments, objective based gameplay, vehicles, ect) were all, ironically enough, things I preferred about Modern Warfare 3.

And that's when it hit me. The key word being PREFERRED." - Redhead Reviews

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GraveLord2479d ago

A game can be "inferior" to another yet people will still prefer to play that "inferior" game due to the fact that their friends and playing it and they are good at it.

(In no way am I stating COD is inferior to BF or the other way around, so back off trolls)

Agent-862479d ago

Sorry, but this article has it wrong. If you prefer something, that means it is better in your mind. How can you prefer something that is inferior? I prefer BF3 because I think it is better than MW3. In my view, it has better MP, gameplay, graphics and sound. So, how can I say I prefer BF3, but MW3 is better? It doesn't make any sense. If I prefer BF3, then it has to be better to me, or why waste time playing it?