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Not just COD, but all games in general.
It's not just beacuse I don't like M rated games, but the problem is, my parents are strict about what content is on an M-rated game before I can play it (I'm 17 BTW). I can play some M games, but it depends on the content. If it has something like ridiculous gore like Prototype or nudity, forget it.
Watch Dogs and Grand Theft Auto 5 are great examples. I knew GTA V was going to be all that (because every GTA game is), but Watch Dogs, I was expecting it to be more toned down with no nudity or minor gore. I knew it would be rated M, but when I went on the Watch Dogs website to check the rating, I saw it was rated M partly due to partial nudity. I was disappointed.
I hope T-rated games make a comeback so…Read more >
You know, even though games like Call of Duty and Battlefield tends to have massive environments, they're always scripted, so you have to focus on the mission and you can't explore the way you want to. I want them to add free roaming in the game to change that. Like, when you're done with a mission and you can unlock a map after completing, you can activate free roam mode, where you can do whatever you want. You can explore the environment, collect hidden things, and blow things up on purpose. It would be innovative to the world of FPS. Personally, limitations are some of the reasons I don't really play FPS all that often. The same thing happens in some games I like, such as Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (based off the movie), where …Read more >
Welcome to another installment of some idea for the next Call of Duty. It has some things I don't like, and this series shows how I would make the game so it would in my opinion be near perfection.
This one involves shooting dogs. Get rid of it entirely. No more.
As a big animal lover (I have a dog that I love like a brother), I find it extremely disgusting that you have to shoot dogs in the games. No, I'm not a part of PETA, I'm just a big animal lover and I think that shooting any animal is wrong. I don't care what animal they are, elephants, giraffes, panda, dogs, I don't care. I wouldn't shoot any of them even if I was paid to do it. So, point being, stop including dogs in the COD games, because then I won't feel disgusted seeing my bro…
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Whenever I play a FPS, I sometimes feel it can be hard to view my surroundings when you're in first person. I know that's what it's meant to be, but for casual shooters like myself, I think it would be easier to look around if there was an optional third-person view. It'd make things easier for me and others trying to get into COD.
Skyrim had a first-person view but it also had an optional third-person view. So did the game, Mercenaries 2, except that was ONLY third-person. I don't know why, the first-person view just doesn't do it for me. I find it easier to enjoy games in true video game fashion, with the camera pulled back behind the character.
What do you think? Do you think a third-person view would be a great way to get casual gamers …
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I think that they need to do something different rather than zombies in the next COD game. They are SO overused. I think that instead of zombies, they need to do dinosaurs instead. Because everybody likes dinosaurs. Especially me. I loved dinosaurs growing up, and that would be a dream COD game for me.
It could be a DLC that provides an entirely new campaign and multiplayer mode. And Like with Read Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare, you could get it as an add-on or as a standalone disk. That would rock. They could allow you to choose whether to be a dinosaur (4 classes: T-Rex, Triceratops, Velociraptor, and Compsognathus), or a soldier.
The plot should be that genetically-enhanced cloned dinosaurs are attacking the city of Seattle and only the US …
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