In all seriousness though, I'd take the person who only plays by himself. People who go and party up to 6 and just pubstomp really aren't that good, as they often just get put against nothing but randoms and no parties. The single player though has a high KD and probably fought off a few parties to get it too. --- One of the proud people that still plays Mirror's Edge to this day. Not changing my sig until DICE officially announces Mirror's Edge 2
the party players for the most part tend to be spoiled by having friends to back them up when things arent going their way. the lone player can adapt easier then the party player --- YT|Ownal0t GT| oZdReaZiii WrSx Is it weird that it might be more likely that Tc wins powerball than wizards winning? ~ KoD_Immortal
Should have made the margin smaller. A solo with a 3.0 > Party player with 3.5 IMO.
Playing with a party is easier since you'll most likely have map control due to teammates winning their gunfights, meaning you won't get shot in the back as often. Not to mention, constant VSAT support. --- Advertising signs, they con you into thinking you’re the one That can do what’s never been done, that can win what’s never been won