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#285 - sloot (01/01/2013) [-]
People like COD because anyone can pick it up and do well. COD is for casual gamers that don't care if a game actually requires skill to be good...
User avatar #342 to #285 - littlenish (01/01/2013) [-]
The one thing that angered me about my favorite game, one of the driving schools is challenging as **** , because the road is wet, and you're going up hill, and you're driving cars that are meant for speed, not power.
#306 to #285 - sylaz (01/01/2013) [-]
Really? How come there's always a team who ends up losing in a TDM or any game mode? I mean if we follow your argument theyd never lose, as all can play the game and do well? What about a guy who lost both hands can he do it aswell? To say Call of duty don't require skills is total BS.
#331 to #306 - makethingsworse (01/01/2013) [-]
Actually there is a guy with no hands that plays COD using only his mouth. He has a 2.4 K/DR.
Actually there is a guy with no hands that plays COD using only his mouth. He has a 2.4 K/DR.
#642 to #331 - sylaz (01/02/2013) [-]
You got a source on that?
#320 to #306 - anon (01/01/2013) [-]
Of course in a game that takes little skill there's going to be the "skilled" players that try their hardest to beat everyone else so they can feel like they're actually good at something when really they're pretty much the least retarded kid in a special needs class.
#316 to #306 - sloot (01/01/2013) [-]
Playing a match against experienced cod players you can easily expect to get a 1 or above k/d. Playing a skilled game like gears for example against experienced players and you will go about 2 and 10. I have been playing pretty much all the big name shooters since I was a kid in the 90's. I am not biased at all. It is just common knowledge that COD is a joke. People don't like putting effort in anything today. IF they had to play a game for a year before honestly mastering it they would simply not do it.
#646 to #316 - sylaz (01/02/2013) [-]
How do you define a Casual game? Cause Black ops 2 certenly got a pro league, just take a quick glans at MLG.
And how do you define a experienced player?

I don't care if your biased, you don't make any sense as you can't talk for all the cod gamers.
#784 to #646 - sloot (01/02/2013) [-]
Tons of games have "pro-leagues", tournaments, game battles, etc... My opinion is derived from personal experience and a collective opinion of others who share my views. Just because a game is played at a pro-level does not mean it takes skill for common players like us. The only thing that even remotely determines if a game is played on a pro level is its popularity. COD is popular all around the world and everyone is obsessed with this current fad.. its on many different platforms so anyone can play it. So yes, COD is the most popular game on the market. Justin Bieber is also one of the most popular music artists around the world, but does that make his music good and his songs require skill to play? Lil wayne is a millionaire and one of the most popular musicians right now, does his music require the most skill to perform?
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