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If I wanted to play Call of Duty, I'd put my big boy pants on and play Counter-Strike.
From: SLOPPYYYYYYYYYY | Posted: 1/15/2013 11:29:46 AM | #060
Those who can't play MLG play default settings.
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Grif is fun in of itself as long as you treat it as a different game than Halo. GOD!
They call me Spoke Wrecker....
Thizz iz what it iz GT-Spidux
To me, Swat is only decent when I'm in a party who actually does callouts and tell where they've have died. I don't really fool with SWAT it's mainly about getting the jump on someone.
Pray the day for another Jet Set Radio game, "Boondocks" season 4, and people to learn about good rappers EX: MFDOOM, Elzhi, Gangstarr, Substantial.
I like SWAT for practicing Ninjas on Complex. 24 so far.
They are similar, yes. But like your girlfriend and your sister, someone is gonna be pissed if you mix them up.
1 - Swat does remind me of original halo CE. We used to play all pistols & no shields sometimes and it's really fun
2 - as someone who doesn't have too much time to get into the game, swat is an easier mode to learn (not master), because there's no weapons/vehicles/power ups. it also helps me learn the maps for when i can eventually get more into the classic modes.
3 - it's really fun, takes a lot of strategic and reflex skill.
I personally wish they made a swat playlist with the other game types also... so swat ctf, swat koth, swat regicide, swat big team battle, ect..
My last post wasn't about SWAT, my last post was about why it's not a good idea to bring the Dev's into a discussion about anything:
Well, I'm no where near a casual player by your standards then and I don't feel alienated. And I play maybe 3 other games besides Halo, heck the only CoD thing I own is Cod: 4 MW but I got it because it was 20$ and I wanted to see why my friends sang praise of it. I played it, was slightly fun, but I stick with Halo through thick and thin. I may not have been there at the beginning but I wish was. I might not have gotten every game when they came out, but I got them all. I would go on, but I already wrote a speech like this a long time ago.
TO ALL: If you want to play Swat with me, my GT is in my profile but I won't have XboxLive till Saturday because my friend is being a dick and won't give me the right code. So shoot me a friend request and I'll add you, though I would prefer it if you include something like "GameFaqs" so I know for sure.
As he gazed upon his creation, he thought not of the success it would harvest, but of the deaths it would reap in the end - Total_Reverse
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I think the reason people seem to think that SWAT takes more skill is because they don't have the easy-to-use automatics or 150 power weapons dropping everywhere, so it appears to (and even may) take more skill than low level slayer games.
Basically, people that think SWAT takes more skill don't play against good players in regular slayer.
XD your logic is beyond flawless. In fact, it's so far beyond flawless that it's gone full circle and become completely moronic. - Burnzie
Like the wall of text described, I play it because it's the fastest reaction based mode I know in a lot of games. I like having to be fast but accurate at the same time. Loads of other reasons too.
Sorry it took me so long to reply.
I just guessed 9 because I forgot how many shots it took. Yes I play SWAT a lot, but I don't use a DMR in slayer. I also couldn't look it up because I can only have 1 tab open.
As he gazed upon his creation, he thought not of the success it would harvest, but of the deaths it would reap in the end - Me
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I like SWAT because it helps me practice using my headphones for awareness, and also helps me warm up my aim before I play some Infinity Slayer or an objective game.
Currently Playing: Halo 4
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