I'm awful at this game and pretty much every Call of Duty mainly because I just don't care.
Sure if I try I can and have done well but in reality I just don't care enough to play that way all the time. I play when I get home from work and outside of playing with a few friends who are ultra competitive, everyone else I play with just likes to screw around and that works for me.
Using stupid classes and setups is just really funny to me and helps relieve the stress of "life". That's what video games are to me and while I like to play well at times, thanks to the awful connections and just bad lag in the most recent years, stressing over any stat in a game that is so connection based is just dumb. Games are for fun first and while I get people define the word fun in multiple ways for me it is just screwing around doing dumb stuff. --- "Cover your receptors Perceptor." Driver picks the music. Shotgun shuts his cakehole.
I was pretty good at MW2 with my famas class, and black ops 2 with my Ak 47 class, but my mk48 class in black ops 2 not so much. The class itself is fine, but black ops 2 is just way more frustrating than the other 2. Mostly because of map design, but I can honestly say I've been getting worse at each cod as it comes out. No idea why --- I pull crazy stunts like Knievel, and for cash I was moving rocks like Chris Redfield from Resident Evil. PSN: Savonthegreat
I'm not gonna say I'm an amazing player or anything, but when I first started playing CoD, never would I have guessed that I'd get to the level that I am now. Low confidence I guess lol. --- "As long as you're going to be thinking anyway, think big." http://www.youtube.com/user/Lannekir
For me gettin better isnt my score but how much of the match i spend trying to pad my score vs having fun.
Having fun for me is just running out in the open trying to shoot everyone with laser beam precision and faster reflexes while rushing full speed ahead (Not good for the KDR)
Padding my score is moving from cover to cover slower and more methodically (Good for the KDR)
I try to stay positive in the KDR department so as not to drag my team down. So me getting better means i get to spend more time having fun and less time padding my score during a match.... and in that regard, i definitely feel like im getting better. Even though my stats hover around the same or even a tad lower than when i first started playing (this is my first cod game).
Ultimately if i ever get good enough to just full on rush, ignoring cover for the entire match, every match... then my stats will let me know if im actually getting better.... but that will probably never happen as this game is incredibly cover based.
I'm signing this. I've played since WaW and yet I'm still bad. True in some I'm better than others but in no way have I gotten leaps and bounds better. Though I don't care so long as I can play a game with some of my friends: I'm one of the few people that doesn't care bout w/l or kdr. --- Xbox GT: Nitro Snipe22 Valar Morghoulis- All men must die.
I've gotten better over the years with each CoD. In Modern Warfare, I only had a crummy .65 KDR. In Black Ops 2, I have the highest KDR I have ever had with a 1.13 KDR. I know it's far from putting me in the top tier, but I am glad to know that I am still improving and haven't peaked like so many of my friends have. I still have fun playing, usually with friends. I do like that that I can see my stats improve. --- Xbox live gamertag: winteragent