yeah me too. Played through 1 hour of the campaign at my friend's house and i decided i would never buy a COD game. EVER.
No, they are doing it the same because it requires zero creative thought, it will be quick, cheap and most unfortunately, the moms of 13 year old boys will actually pay for it.Guest said:
I think they're just makin the maps again/the same in cod 5 so people can buy the zombie maps without buyin waw
There were alot of generic characters, but the russian guy was pretty cool; all of them had pretty good voice acting. The story wasn't bad from what i had been through, but it wasn't compelling enough. Then combine that with bad level design, generic gameplay, and less than average graphics. Everyone talks about how the gameplay never changes and that really gives me no incentive to play the game. I've played some of the previous installments(WAW, MW1), and i felt like they were passable. But the series seems to be getting worse as it progresses."yeah me too. Played through 1 hour of the campaign at my friend's house and i decided i would never buy a CoD game. EVER."
Wow, one hour? I wish I could decide to never try a franchise again EVER again that quickly. What part of the campaign did you try? Did your friend just drop you into some random part? Are you just part of the "I hate CoD because it's cool" fan group?
I thought the campaign was a pretty good blockbuster style story. Of course it will never be seen as great because of how stupidly popular the series is now. Rent it and give the campaign an actual go through, maybe you'll have fun.
The multiplayer, on the other hand, is pretty basic. While fun, I don't understand the popularity of it. Then again, most of the voices I hear on there are frat boys or children so maybe that explains it a little bit.
Zombies is fun too, although they didn't change much (or anything at all) from WaW.