I don't hate Call of Duty, but rather the awful fanbase that goes with it. --- I will use every cannon, every bomb, every bullet, every weapon I have down to my own eye teeth to end you! I swear it! I'm coming for all of you! -Laura Roslin
I just dislike how fast you die in CoD, even from the weakest weapons. Besides that minor complaint that's really just my opinion I can't find much really nothing wrong with them. All the hate just seems to be more of a fad than anything actually deserving. --- Please do not post a picture of your fecal matter. ~AverageAverage
I don't hate it. I've never really liked the Treyarch editions to begin with, but MW just got stale to me. I've bought every CoD since CoD 2 for the 360 and they just got old after a while. I really don't see why there's so much love for Black Ops 2 though, I thought the first one was trash and it seemed like most other hardcore CoD fans thought the same thing.
Either way, if someone likes Black Ops, I won't insult them, I'm just sitting this one out.
I don't hate the game so much as I hate the community that follows it and their obsessive need to compare every shooter/action/RTS/racing/card game to it as if it's the pinnacle of gaming development and everything and their mothers are trying to be like it.
--- ~Grimno (The Eccentric Gamer) "I don't need luck, I have ammo." Dragon's Dogma Pawn - Ridmond
I only play these games because my friends play them. Personally I think these games are only fun when playing with friends. CoD has a better matchmaking online experience to me, while Halo has better custom games stuff.
I don't know how I am supposed to take a game where kids run around spamming automatic weapons killing you at first sight. It is just as someone said about you just die absurdly too fast. I don't know how strategy can even exist when as soon as someone finds you before you find them you are dead. The games feel like mostly random chance. --- The introduction never had a name, and all the answers to my questions never came.