MRandall25 wrote: Kaizer wrote:
dying every 5 minutes
if you survive 5 minutes at a time, youre the 13 year old pro.
Or you found a really good hiding spot
I might be an expert then because I managed to spend good 5 minutes in between deaths now. I tried the online portion of that game for about a half an hour. OK, most of the 5 minute fragments were spent running back to the place where I got killed, but 5 minutes is 5 minutes? (not serious)
I had a horrible experience. I'm walking next to some building and a moron flies down in a fighter jet and drops a bomb on me. So I go to the forest instead and another moron jumps out from behind a tree and shoots me. I run back to the spot and the entire time I'm thinking to myself I'm going to find him and kill him. He jumps out from a different cover and shoots me again. I'm fuming at this point. I run back again and it's a long run for some reason (later I realized I could start at different locations) and I keep looking and looking. He's gone. I'm pissed because I'm out for blood now. Then some other moron jumps out and shoots me again.
Oh, joy. Rinse and repeat.
I tried a couple other maps later and managed to kill some people, but the whole thing left a bad taste in my mouth and was exactly what I expected and only reinforced my opinion for how much I dislike that kind of gaming.
The worst thing is that the entire time I was playing, I kept asking myself why am I doing this. There is no story, no emotional involvement, just an empty feeling while all I do is I count how many people I killed versus how many times I died and also how much time I have already wasted.
Give me a single player game where I can feel like I am the main character in a movie and let me have an experience I can remember. There are many games I played over the years where to this day, I can recall certain locations or parts of the story. Adventures.