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Cod ghost or battlefield 4

#31donbrifwayPosted 9/5/2013 1:10:23 AM
DerPancake posted...
Getting CoD for my close quarter combats, playing BF3 on close quarter maps and you can easily notice the game is not build for close quarters.


in other words you're just bad
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#32FishmonglerPosted 9/5/2013 1:14:23 AM
DerPancake posted...
Getting CoD for my close quarter combats, playing BF3 on close quarter maps and you can easily notice the game is not build for close quarters.


You only grind through CQC BF3 until you hit top 5 in gun game, then you go back to how the game should be played.
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#33DerPancakePosted 9/5/2013 1:17:19 AM
donbrifway posted...
DerPancake posted...
Getting CoD for my close quarter combats, playing BF3 on close quarter maps and you can easily notice the game is not build for close quarters.


in other words you're just bad


The game is not as smooth as CoD, I die a lot even though I'm already behind a wall (bad netcode ) and it happens much more than in Black Ops 2, the grenade spam is horrible in close quarters.

Hilariously my kill death ratio and win lose ratio is higher in Battlefield 3 than in Black Ops 2.
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#34DerPancakePosted 9/5/2013 1:22:00 AM
Fishmongler posted...


You only grind through CQC BF3 until you hit top 5 in gun game, then you go back to how the game should be played.


I know, but really there is no game that does Close Quarter Combat as good as CoD.
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#35thebladeofwoePosted 9/5/2013 2:08:49 AM
CoD TBH. as i hooe my laptop will run it (specs on sig) i can barely BF3 (60fps on low)
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#36FishmonglerPosted 9/5/2013 2:33:16 AM
All you need in a computer for bf3 is one good enough to get to the loading for davamand peak. That chant is great.

Oh, and DDR3 ram, otherwise only bother joining games with ticket counts above 500.
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#37SnipeStarPosted 9/5/2013 2:44:28 AM
CoD, unfortunately.

i would get BF4 but origin.....
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#38_GRIM_FANDANGO_Posted 9/5/2013 4:27:08 AM(edited)
I enjoyed the previous installments of the battlefield series more than I enjoyed the COD games, so it is battlefield for me.

I am not a COD hater, I thought COD4 was an amazing game, and I played that for hundreds of hours. But unfortunately in later releases within the franchise I just found it hard to get excited for anything. It feels like the COD games are a re-release of a great game, but even a great game gets old after more than half a decade.

For me personally, battlefield remains more fun. Both because there are more things added to be excited about, but also because the series as a whole just has more variety in gameplay, which to me makes things interesting much longer. Additionally it is what my friends play, and the game is especially fun when playing with people that you know and can communicate with. I think that if less people would lone wolf it all the time, the battlefield franchise would be more popular.

Personally the application needed to download and launch the game is not a big concern. I am not going to limit myself over something like that and miss out on playing a game that I might really enjoy. Besides, the main critique I have of Origin (limiting distribution of the game to their own service) also applies to Steam (both with Valve and even 3rd party producers like Bethesda). Given that it has come to this, with publishers making games exclusive and controlling distribution, I actually prefer there to be several competing services over there being just one. Ideally there would be a popular download service not tied to a publisher. In that sense, I have nothing against Origin. I know it is popular to think of EA as the bad guy, but it is partly Valve who sparked the largest incentive for publishers to setup their own alternative distribution platform.
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#39Ch3wyPosted 9/5/2013 4:52:34 AM
CoD Ghosts because it has a dog. This is someone I care about.
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#40InterfusorPosted 9/5/2013 5:12:37 AM
Both as well. I play CoD for close quarters fast action and I play Battlefield for tanks, planes and automobiles!
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