Dec 3rd 2011 12:38PM Also, I wish I could go back and relive my discovering of every single zone. Back when I first started playing back in early 06, before BC and the time I initially quit, there was so much to do. Stumbling across the zones I hardly knew about was fun and eye-opening. I never knew how big the World of Warcraft was. I believe that's why I continue to renew my subscription. It's just the idea of how every zone has left a certain memory and/or imprint on me that keeps me coming back and reflecting on past memories of how impressive each zone was to me. Well, except for Azshara. I always hated that zone because it was so far out of the way and there was truly nothing to do there. Perhaps the world raid boss, if I remember correctly.
Dec 3rd 2011 12:25PM I wish to relive the hour-long Alterac Valley matches. You guys remember those, right? You actually had to implement unit upgrades, summon one of the "ultimate creatures/beings," order ground assaults/cavalry assaults, and free your wing commanders in order to order aerial assaults. The games that lasted an hour or more were, to me, the best ones. It required participation from everyone and kept you involved. Now all you do is just run and zerg the faction leaders. There's no fun in that anymore. Not for me. ):
Nov 24th 2011 2:16PM I'm not sure if there are any PvP rogues reading this, but all I can say is that I'm disappointed that we will be forced to give up Shadowstep for Preparation. I realize that it has been stated that these talents are subject to change between now and MoP's release but still... If they keep SS and Prep on the same tier then I highly doubt that I'll continue to play Rogue PvP. To me, SS was a key part of being a Sub Rogue, and to me it was one of the most enjoyable parts of PvPing as a Rogue. Having to choose between it and Prep is just silly because Prep will always come out over SS any day in terms of survivability. It's just not fair to people who PvP casually. I understand everybody hates encountering Rogues while PvPing, but you need to understand where I'm coming from here.
Sep 5th 2011 1:05PM @SSMike06 "Reviews are as worthless for games as movies. The person reviewing the game might just not like the genre or the style of gameplay."
I couldn't agree more.
Sep 2nd 2011 5:58PM @Ryuk
Your point is perfectly clear. It's just that some people don't understand that there's a difference between both CoD and BF, and instead of trying to figure out what that difference is, they choose to bash on the opposite game whether they have played it or not. More than likely this is a result of their lack of enjoyment with said game. Basically, people being naive.
I personally love both games and refuse to say that either one of them is better than the other based on the fact that they have their own play styles to them. BF is more tightly knit with team coordination, while CoD has always been a sort of run-and-gun shooter in which there is little to no coordination. As you said, you can put together a coordinated game in CoD, it's kind of hard to though considering everyone tends to go for kills, even in the objective based variants. /:
Sep 2nd 2011 4:31PM As someone who has played games from both of the series I can safely say that BF3 and MW3 both look great, and I really look forward to playing both. Sure, there may be some things that are wrong with each game or some things that people may abuse within the MP of them, which WILL cause people to rage over, but that doesn't make one superior to the other. They require two different playing styles and if you were to make a comparison between the two you'd be wasting your time. That's personally why I like these two game series. Should I ever feel like playing something more realistic I'll jump on BF, and if I feel like playing some sort of run-and-gun fps I'll hop on MW.
Anyhow, I'm looking forward to both games regardless of all of the little whinny crybabies that I'll end up encountering in both games, which will more than likely be a good portion of all of you who have posted on here.
Sep 2nd 2011 4:27PM @aytch66 "If you don't like it don't buy it." Indeed, good sir.