- HaloVote A
- Call of DutyVote B
- BattlefieldVote C
- DoomVote D
- WolfensteinVote E
- OthersVote F
Most Helpful Girl
Does skyrim and fallout count? They're the only games I play. I'm addicted.0
Most Helpful Guy
Halo 3 was amazing! So was ODST. Reach had too much emphasis on the armour powers and the headshots, so it wasn't nearly as much fun.
Battlefield 1942 was legendary! Ramming aircraft carriers with battleships, divebombing tanks, dogfighting in the skies above, hiding behind a tank and repairing its damage as it assaults the enemy. Bad Company was pretty good too, but from BF3 onwards they were trying too hard to be like Call of Duty and that, combined with the rampant DLC killed the franchise for me.
Call of Duty 3 is one of my all-time favourite multiplayer games. The classes were well balanced, the maps were fun, I couldn't get enough of it. The transition to an XP system, with unlocks and perks, spoiled it in my opinion. You stopped playing because it was fun, and instead for killstreaks and perks. How unbalancing are killstreaks? Someoen who can kill seven people in a row without dying does NOT need a gunship helicopter's help!
Doom. I love Doom. I played tons of Doom when it first came out, way back in 1993. Doom 3, I hated at first. Stupid flashlight, stupid weak weapons, lazy 'enemies spawn behind you' design. When the BFG edition came out, I found a great patch on the Steam forums which increased the damage, rate of fire and ammo capacity of the shotgun. This *transformed* the game. Remember in the original, how you could play through the whole thing with just the shotgun? This patch enabled that for Doom 3. So much fun.
Wolfenstein is the daddy. Bursting into a room and mowing everyone down with a minigun was absolutely superb. New Order is a worthy sequel. It looks, sounds, and plays amazing. The game world is a masterpiece of design and architecture.0