Plus the few amazing kills or streaks that occur completely make the cheap deaths worth it. Like a previous poster said, it's just a hobby. --- I'm selling these fine leather jackets. XBL GT: Sabotage Mahal
Because Kill/Death ratio means absolutely nothing in my life outside of video games which is a form of entertainment. Sure, I love to do good but having fun is number 1. I had a friend who used to flip out about Kill/Death ratio but finally gave up. He still does great but when you learn to stop caring about a meaningless number that no one other than you actually looks at; you'll start having fun. Until then, continue to stress over trivial non-sense.
Experiment. All I care about is doing having fun. I often have games, that I got really into, where I have more deaths than kills, & still had a blast. Playing FFA against a talkative player who you are fighting for first place against is pretty exciting. Try going for streaks with only a semi auto pistol. I dunno.
Mess around, experiment with classes you normally wouldn't. I gave up on my K/D as soon as I started working on getting diamond camo on everything.
Things like the Assault Shield or Executioner just aren't healthy for your K/D... But they are really fun to use and give you a reason to keep playing if you are doing something like going for diamond....
Also it gives you something to claim is the reason why you have a bad K/D. --- Proud Black Hat and Engineer user. I unfortunately caused several topics about nukes in Black Ops II and made mine talk about STDs. Oppsies?
Just play it, it's the most mindless, unskilled shooter you can find, anyone who takes pride in their K/D ratio in this game is laughable anyway. --- "I like my weapons how I like my music, HEAVY and METAL! - Mordekaiser