Since people and companies have started offering the online games, people are found attracted towards them. Take Battlefield, an online multiplayer first-person-shooter franchise like Call of Duty, and many would compare Battlefield as being the closest in comparison to Call of Duty, except Battlefield sells way less copies each year than Call of Duty. Why? Battlefield is a less known entity in the shooter video-game marketplace, and is perhaps only known in its entirety by the first-person shooter gamers. Call of Duty, have kept their game engine, design, system workings, all entirely user friendly, and have done something truly remarkable with their rewarding system within their multiplayer servers. Battlefield, however, have a gameplay experience that feels sort of clunky at times, only worsened by the entry into multiplayer matches, as the player does not feel quite as smooth in action – as say Call of Duty’s multiplayer, when compared directly.
Why does Dice continue fixing features that were never broken? There was nothing wrong with unlimited time until all three objectives from either team were destroyed. It made for an interesting game on Operation Locker and a player could rack up a lot of points. Because of this unnecessary fix,â€ some rounds can end in a draw, which creates no sense of urgency when you’re behind ps3 two objectives and time is running out. (I’m sure you remember what tie games were like in college footballâ€¦yeah, pathetic.) What’s more, I played a game ending in a draw where one team had two objectives destroyed and the other had three??? Another round indicated three objectives to two when it ended in a two-two tie. I think I’m going to start calling them Roll the Dice.
Somewhat unfortunately the rise of the Â‘Casual GamerÂ’ will probably lead to more simplistic games being released. While personally I would love to see depth of story and characters, there are a significant number of players out there who want to pick up a game for twenty minutes or so, have a bit of fun, and then put it down until another time. These gamers are generally less interested in the latest greatest technology and more interested in a Â‘fast foodÂ’ kind of entertainment that satisfies the moment, despite the lack of quality or the lasting effects. Hopefully the two game types can co-exist peacefully although recently it has been seen that some developers are cutting down on some of the planned depth of a title in order to accommodate the more casual gamer.
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