• Handbags: Activision And EA Don’t Get On
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I really don't give a shit about Activison no more. I just don't buy their half-asses, overpriced, low quality games. And if you buy their games, you're just a dumbass.
Battle of the Assholes
Strongly Activision biased much?
i love RPS' writing tone. [quote]Especially when Activision could do a poo in a box labelled “Call Of Duty”, charge £450 for it with DRM that kills your pets, and still come in number one.[/quote] so true.
I don't really want battlefield taking call of duty's place. It would just make CODtards flock over and ruin a perfectly good game in several ways. At least EA is leaving dice alone for now.
Hello, I come from January 2007. I am interested to know what bastard things EA have done. Also how is that plucky publisher Activision? I loved the tony hawk's games, and they were just taking on a bit of a risk and giving the call of duty franchise a serious console release when I left! How are infinity ward doing? I bet they've made plenty of innovative games!
I just want a good game. In other words, I'm buying Battlefield 3
Those companies need new ideas,seriously. Maybe even a new CEO.
[QUOTE=ConTron123;30197945]I really don't give a shit about Activison no more. I just don't buy their half-asses, overpriced, low quality games. And if you buy their games, you're just a dumbass.[/QUOTE] They made blizzard shit.
ubisoft is up there too
[QUOTE=meppers;30203790]ubisoft is up there too[/QUOTE] I don't think Ubisoft is that bad, they've just got a bad DRM System.
[quote]Then boasted that hundreds of millions of dollars of marketing would be going into both games. Meanwhile, two-thirds of the world’s population don’t have access to clean drinking water.[/quote] lol
[quote]Meanwhile, two-thirds of the world’s population don’t have access to clean drinking water.[/quote] [i]While the author throws away tons of half finished food and drives a ridiculous car.[/i]
What's really fun is that I BET that both games will suck and bring NOTHING new. Cod MW3- designed to make money BF3- designed to beat cod (aka make more money) (altough it will fail, as always) Both games end up being a copy of their predecessors, yet people still go "oh no they aren't! Bf3/CoD will beat CoD/BF3's ass!" Gonna have a good laugh in the end when everyone whines that their game is X or Y, while I play either MW3 or my old games (MW2 for example) NOT because they are BETTER then other games, but because I enjoy them. Its the thing. People have started to buy games because they might be better instead of having fun with them.
[QUOTE=dass;30221658]What's really fun is that I BET that both games will suck and bring NOTHING new. Cod MW3- designed to make money BF3- designed to beat cod (aka make more money) (altough it will fail, as always) Both games end up being a copy of their predecessors, yet people still go "oh no they aren't! Bf3/CoD will beat CoD/BF3's ass!" Gonna have a good laugh in the end when everyone whines that their game is X or Y, while I play either MW3 or my old games (MW2 for example) NOT because they are BETTER then other games, but because I enjoy them. Its the thing. People have started to buy games because they might be better instead of having fun with them.[/QUOTE] Erm...have you looked at the videos for Battlefield 3? It definitely looks FUN, not just BETTER. Although it is better than Call of Duty in every way imaginable. I know this for a fact and the game isn't even released yet.
[QUOTE=MattSif;30210172][i]While the author throws away tons of half finished food and drives a ridiculous car.[/i][/QUOTE]what kind of car and food is he buying thats worth hundreds of millions of dollars?
I'm going to play both games. I'll probably enjoy BF3 more though, I feel like there will be a better replay value from it. At least within the BF franchise they bring something a little different to the table. Whereas if you've played one COD game, you've played them all.
[QUOTE=benzi2k7;30221802]what kind of car and food is he buying thats worth hundreds of millions of dollars?[/QUOTE] Please, I hate this argument so much. Like you would freely give away money if you had millions of dollars.
I wish EA could mention Battlefield 3 without including a mention of MW3. They should ignore it completely and just focus on making a good Battlefield game. It's not like anythings going to change either, CoD fans will buy MW3 and everyone else will buy Battlefield 3 and they'll constantly argue amongst themselves.
[QUOTE=Sniping Robot;30200568]I just want a good game. In other words, I'm buying Battlefield 3[/QUOTE] And it is gonna be a good game, it'll probably top the "modern" multiplayer shooter contest and then in a few years we'll be demanding for more, and then we might get disappointed.
Activision stand for what the gaming industry shouldn't be.
battlefield 3 looks like call of duty it's basically call of duty but everyone says it's better because it has "battlefield" written on it instead of "call of duty"
[QUOTE=lockdown6;30240650]battlefield 3 looks like call of duty it's basically call of duty but everyone says it's better because it has "battlefield" written on it instead of "call of duty"[/QUOTE] skyrim looks like oblivion it's basically oblivion but everyone says it will be better because it has "skyrim" written on it instead of "oblivion"
[QUOTE=lockdown6;30240650]battlefield 3 looks like call of duty it's basically call of duty but everyone says it's better because it has "battlefield" written on it instead of "call of duty"[/QUOTE] In Battlefield they don't run around with a speed of 100 Km/h as if they were addicted to speed and throw knifes 500 meters up in the air and 1000 meters away and one-[del]shot[/del]stab people with it.
[QUOTE=lockdown6;30240650]battlefield 3 looks like call of duty it's basically call of duty but everyone says it's better because it has "battlefield" written on it instead of "call of duty"[/QUOTE] In battlefield the walls won't be invincible, and the game itself actually requires something cod never really had if you know what that is? Skill
[QUOTE=DRaytheSpy;30241183]In battlefield the walls won't be invincible, and the game itself actually requires something cod never really had if you know what that is? Skill[/QUOTE] All games require skill.
If only Gabe Newell was the CEO of Activision, that way there wouldn't be a Call of Duty for a few years.
[quote] Especially when Activision could do a poo in a box labelled “Call Of Duty”, charge £450 for it with DRM that kills your pets, and still come in number one.[/quote] You mean to tell me they haven't done this since mw2?
[QUOTE=Ninja Duck;30241531]All games require skill.[/QUOTE] Popcap/Zynga games.
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