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User avatar #26 - popesoybean (11/07/2013) [-]
"Gosh, I'm so glad I got BF4 instead! It's totally different! EA would never rehash things in the name of profit!"
User avatar #251 to #26 - sergeantnovak (11/08/2013) [-]
Something I've learned about shooters and just a lot of games that have successive titles in general is that the players don't like change to the core gamepley. Players want the same kind of game with improvements. I think BF4 had a good balance of that. Halo: Reach I think changed the formula of Halo way too much and now the fanbase is in perpetuating ******* since Halo 4 continued from it's changes.

If anything Call of Duty is a testament to how to maintain a franchise. It may get a lot of hate on the internet, but godamn does it pull in revenue.
User avatar #214 to #26 - jordanish (11/08/2013) [-]
Battlefield has such glorious exploits/bugs/obvious beta moments though. How can you not love launching tanks across buildings?
#181 to #26 - arcticassassin (11/08/2013) [-]
It's not exactly a new, revolutionary game. It's more of an overall improvement. But then again, name one thing this year that is totally new and completely original.
#201 to #181 - DJFatcat (11/08/2013) [-]
Ride to Hell: Retribution

Sometimes, it's best to stick to the beaten path
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