No.....it can't be......

#461blud_bilgePosted 5/21/2014 9:14:34 PM
yeah you just got blown to pieces repeatedly, it was crazy xD
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"Slip of the Finger." - Revolver Ocelot
#462Brave_PiratePosted 5/22/2014 9:56:00 AM
I prefer maps with plenty of space to roam around and plenty of buildings for shelter and getting power-ups.
#463blud_bilgePosted 5/24/2014 5:23:25 PM
aye, agreed! I really liked the san francisco maps admittedly, and the alcatraz map was fun :D
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"Slip of the Finger." - Revolver Ocelot
#464Brave_PiratePosted 5/24/2014 8:25:23 PM
Didn't one of the San Francisco maps have some underground tunnel system? I don't like maps with those. I remember Paris had something like that, and it aggravated me.
#465blud_bilgePosted 5/25/2014 3:36:30 PM
I didn't mind the tunnels too much, was a handy way to escape nukes! but the slight loading time between entry and exit did annoy me
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"Slip of the Finger." - Revolver Ocelot
#466Brave_PiratePosted 5/25/2014 8:30:13 PM
The load time was one of the things that got me, as well as the cramped quarters! I actually didn't think of ducking Nukes in there. I thought they would've hit me down there too. Anyway, what annoys me most was the fact that when a map had those, getting from one end of the map to the other meant having to go through them, and it wasn't clear which entrances led where.
#467blud_bilgePosted 5/26/2014 8:32:22 AM
yeah, some of the layouts were confusing, some weren't that bad :P I recall so many times I was playing a campaign level where I had to destroy all tanks and couldn't find one enemy cause they were hiding underground somewhere lol
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"Slip of the Finger." - Revolver Ocelot
#468Brave_PiratePosted 5/26/2014 12:01:04 PM
Getting caught off guard by an enemy right around the corner was pretty annoying too when underground.
#469blud_bilgePosted 5/27/2014 7:50:22 AM
yup, getting slaughtered by a hornet underground was terrible xD
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"Slip of the Finger." - Revolver Ocelot
#470DTY3Posted 5/27/2014 9:32:32 AM
CPU was difficult when it was the Iron Maidens or Cassandra.