I got a couple personally (CoD was my inspiration so that's what most of them are from haha)
-People who turn the controls to inverted -Reloading after shooting a couple shots (saw the kid I was babysitting doing this in Ghosts even though he was using extended mag -__-) -People who play local split screen (HATED this in Blops 1, especially when it was in skill demanding game modes) -People who go straight for easy difficulty without even trying normal
What are yours? Have you picked up any habits this gen?
I don't want to tell people how to play their games, but I can't stand when someone plays a sequel to a story-driven game without having played the first one.
Last gen was notorious for this as a lot of games that got sequels on PS3 didn't get the original game (Saints Row, Condemned, Just Cause, Metro 2033, Mass Effect for the longest time, etc). I understand not everyone puts a lot of weight into the stories of games like I do, but it bugs me when people play a sequel and say "it wasn't that good" because they had no idea what was going on. --- We all give up eventually...
I actually kept a guy muted in my clan for years because he wouldn't change out the battery in his smoke detector. --- --- Chilling and Killing 11 (Punching Titans) on youtube. http://youtu.be/q4p7NCm7fng
-Buying consoles on launch day. -Complaining about the state of their unproven launch console. -People who buy games just to return them like it is a rental. -People who return things incomplete causing an innocent buyer to be screwed over. -People who sell their entire game collection for a fraction of its actual value to buy a launch console and a couple of games. -People who think using a controller for FPS is better than a mouse and keyboard. -People who care about gamerscore or trophies. -People who think that their gamerscore can prove that they are a skilled gamer. --- Did I say that, or just think it? Was I talking? Did they hear me??