Mord, on Thu May 3, 2012 3:12 AM, said:
Because opinions are free and quick and easy to jot down. It also serves as a reminder that not everybody likes game/franchise/publisher/etc.
Yep I agree for sure, and that is why I reminded (again) about the alternatives. It's quick, easy, screams of freedom, and most importantly...reminds.
Things would be so much simpler if we as humans could retain knowledge for any length of time that is for sure.
Mendon, on Thu May 3, 2012 7:15 AM, said:
Just out of curiosity, Moycon: do you ever worry that by waiting to buy a game until long after release that the online community might not be there when you are ready to play?
Good point. The price is drastically reduced in the future, but then again, so is the play options.
Years ago when the 360 launched, I probably would have cared. Games like Burnout Revenge, Prey, Halo 3, Unreal 3, were all great to play, both alone and online.
These last few months my online play has been next to non-existent.I really want to get back into the online scene, but a lot of my games I really want to play are single player games, added to that is the fact I've never really gotten into the COD online. I have played a few times, and it is fun for sure, I dunno though, in the end I guess I'm not worried about the online. Unlike NE146, I actually want to play through the campaigns of these COD games.
Just out of curiousity though, do the COD games support system link? Setting up a LAN party would be great fun, and with as many copies as are sold, probably cheap to buy on the secondary market. I could have my cake and eat it to. (If I could find enough people)