a few posters don't play it. therefore, series was ruined by money.....
regardless of the fact that millions of other people around the world still buy each and every version that comes out. with numbers only increasing year by year.
.....reminds me of those friends everyone has that only listens to groups that no one has ever heard of. The one who only listens to obscure bands, shuns anything more popular than that, yet has a typical 9 to 5.
If their song is played on the radio or hits iTunes, that friend will be the first to tell you that they are the new Nickelback. You try to let them educate you on music, only to find out they are listening to some weird awful shite. Like a group of Canadian ginger rappers, rapping George Straight lyrics in Spanish, recording out of their apartment in Ohio.
I'm glad I don't read much into the advice the critics around here give or I might end playing some really weird shite just to stay as edgy as they are.
That was a long arse way to go just to remind us that you're a COD fanboi
quote:I don't completely agree on these two. Halo Reach had one of the best campaigns of the entire series.
Dragon Age was just a bad idea executed poorly
CoD was not ruined by money. It was ruined for me by a shitty customer base. They set out to please the fags and children. Sooo thats the type of game we can expect.
Do some poking around Mass Effect 3
Ubisoft is such a mess. They may have put a quality, complete game out since 2007. But only by accident.
Are you arguing that Bioware's integrity as a developer hasn't been compromised from the position that ME3 is an example business at usual at Bioware? Where were you a month or two after ME3's release
I've never seen such hate for a game (one that admittedly has solid gameplay) based upon the ending.
quote:I didn't hate ME3 as much as everyone else seemed to. Yeah the ending sucked and it kinda seemed like a slap in the face, but the game itself was amazing. I thoroughly enjoyed playing it...until the ending. The DLC they released later kinda made it better...but only a little. ME3 is good for the ride, not the destination. Seeing as how BioWare can't exactly destroy Dragon Age 3 by putting in a bad ending, I think they can avoid screwing it up in that sense.
I want to be optimistic about DA3 too and from the releases it sounds promising, but Bioware's recent history makes me skeptical.