I just finished a tdm 35-2. /end bragging (most work was done by 3 choppers, so not entirely my credit.)
I could understand if some players would call me hacker, even if some got so frustrated that they quit playing cod at all.
I believe that the number of active cod players could be increased, if beginners could try out in a protected zone. I suggest that profiles below prestige 0 level 15 would be allowed to play in a separate mode, provided that there are enough players available for that mode. Players above that level could not choose to play in there.
The game mode would be tdm only, the choice of weapons, perks, maps and gadgets would be extremely reduced (e.g. 1 per category, no favourite weapons), so highly skilled players would avoid to create secondary lowlevel profiles to play there.
What do you think? Could that prevent potential players from dropping out of the game early? Would the skilled players miss the newb-carnage? --- Warning: does not play well with others. MWii3: AC 1375-4057-6029, IGN [HELL]BEAR[CH]
buddyboigiru Posted 5/22/2012 4:24:23 AM
I don't think there calling you a hacker cause there newbies. Lots of people in this game use excuses when there getting there ass kicked. --- Jag alskar kaniner och DAN!
Buggybear (Topic Creator) Posted 5/22/2012 5:08:13 AM
I have no prob being called a hacker. As I am not hacking, it would actually be a compliment. I just feel bad about discouraging newbs. --- Warning: does not play well with others. MWii3: AC 1375-4057-6029, IGN [HELL]BEAR[CH]
Shiranui777 Posted 5/22/2012 10:12:35 AM
only 35? thats a bad game for me --- Shiranui777Shiranui777Shiranui777Shiranui777Shiranui777 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TMIws86ZLyk why i lost faith in humanity
Shiranui777 Posted 5/22/2012 10:19:21 AM
And in waw they did have a bootcamp mode where only up to lvl12 i think was allowed in.
There was a glitch to get in and basically get 50 kills vs new players that didn't know how to turn properly.
The community sucks in general skill level and attitude anyways. 0-30 general players and clan kids that leave after 7 deaths. Why bother. People leave on the flip of a dime anyways, i go through 4 cycles of enemy teams in one match most of the time from quitters --- Shiranui777Shiranui777Shiranui777Shiranui777Shiranui777 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TMIws86ZLyk why i lost faith in humanity
KoD_zodiac Posted 5/22/2012 1:28:23 PM
If such a mode existed I would be making new accounts over and over lol. --- MW3 Wii: S1+zodiac/YTube/imthezodiac PSN: imthe_zodiac http://www.youtube.com/user/imthezodiac?feature=mhee
Buggybear (Topic Creator) Posted 5/23/2012 1:19:19 AM
If such a mode existed I would be making new accounts over and over lol.
Yeah, you are probably right. Noone would be kept away from a newb slaughterfeast. Now Im getting hungry... Maybe such a mode should be (re-)introduced anyway? Baah... The skilled players would stand on their feet & everyone would complain. Might be fun though...lol --- Warning: does not play well with others. MWii3: AC 1375-4057-6029, IGN [HELL]BEAR[CH]
townparkradio Posted 5/23/2012 8:30:34 AM
That would be hacker central. there's nothing those sorts of people like to do more than pick on new folks. it's some idiot mindset of domination, when all that's really gonna do is ensure you're eventually only playing with yourself.
yeah the community skill wise is pretty poor, I just got done wiping the floor with some poor kids who for 2 matches, didnt even land a bullet on me, yes you read correctly, I took 0 damage 2 games in a row and i was handicapping myself by hipfiring only without steady aim. That being said, if you dont chuck noobs in at the deep end straight away, they'll just be crap when they come out and complain that you;re cheating because they thought they were the thing in that mode. --- All Things Require Sacrifice.