Honest answers please. I was a casual player in Mw2 and I think that's why I really loved the game. When I try to do well and I can't for whatever reason, I just get mad and I don't have fun. I really had a better time when I didn't care about what my statistics were, but I can't stand being looked down upon by other players so I try to keep my stats up.
In my opinion, I would rather be a casual.
Is my flame shield necessary? --- I will refrain from changing this sig until Mike Trout wins his first MVP award. Gt: MannkinD - PSN: A0Tone
#2fatclemenzaPosted 2/11/2013 9:36:58 PM
One can still be casual without being awful. I think you should specify your definitions of each. --- 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
#3elchris79Posted 2/11/2013 9:39:53 PM
I can't be either homie,it's too. Hard being a pro like xjawz, with all these ugly hoes bouncing up and down on top of me... How could I concentrate???
By casual I mean not caring about how well you do. I had like a 1.4 KD in Mw2 and I couldn't have cared less about it, I just played to have fun. --- I will refrain from changing this sig until Mike Trout wins his first MVP award. Gt: MannkinD - PSN: A0Tone
#5HeartlessCharmsPosted 2/11/2013 9:48:17 PM
Casual. As someone on this board said "The worst thing I've ever done on CoD, was get skill. --- All I have in life is my new appetite for failure.
#6supercoolisaacPosted 2/11/2013 9:51:53 PM
ya feel me --- "Persistence until excellence." http://www.youtube.com/user/supercoolisaac
#7ImTooSkilleddPosted 2/11/2013 9:53:09 PM
I'd rather be a casual. I mean, in general I am, but I will admit there are certain times where I won't be enjoying myself because I'm not doing as well as I could. But for the most part I manage to have fun regardless of how well I'm doing. --- XBL GT: PhysiKuL "Please tell us again of the importance of being a pro Call of Duty player. I seemed to have missed that."