I try to play battlefield 3 but my aiming sucks on that game. Also how can a game be realistic? It's a game right?
That's due to recoil and bullet drop. It's different on each gun and each ammunition type has it's own drop rate due to it's weight. Takes some getting used to. I'm not going to touch the other statement you made, that's just silly.
First time i played and first level easily completed.Not to be amazing feeling,its just general.
First level what? COD online? Any 10 year old can get prestiged 10 times if he plays enough, that's how easy COD has been made, pub games are a joke, if you have true skill you can get monster scores. Like someone else said, competitive gaming is where it's at.
Originally Posted by JohnTheRevelator
If you want realistic FPS games, try the ARMA series or Red Orchestra 2.
I can't stand the COD multi-player, BF 3 fucking destroys it. I hate how unrealistic it is in COD, for reasons you mentioned above and others. People who play COD aren't man enough to play Battlefield. That's right, I said it. Come at me, bro.
I'm probably 10 times the BF player you and prefer COD. Why? Because COD has been more fun since BFBC2. MOH is shit and BF3 was quite shit due to the stupidly large maps on the consoles. Even if the maps were smaller I still didn't like it nearly as much as I loved BFBC2. And even BFBC2 was second to COD4 and maybe Black Ops for me.
People who play COD prefer the style, I enjoy both styles, however BF3 was made for PC and it showed greatly in it's multiplayer/maps/size of maps/number of vehicles/everything else.
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I honestly only play COD for their campaigns and Black Ops 2 seems to have a pretty interesting one. While the first MW and Black Ops' campaigns were rather bad and not really fun, I really enjoyed World at War, MW2 and MW3's campaigns. The series is nothing special, but the 5-6 hours of shooting and sometimes rather cool set pieces can make for a good time. I tried the multiplayer for COD4, but I hated it, honestly. Everything is so overly simplified that I can't understand what people enjoy in it. Maps are small and simple, there's just no depth to the multiplayer whatsoever. It's like running around a labyrinth and shooting people. I'm no online fan, but I played other shooters besides COD and basically all of them were better.