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    nicedrewishfela wrote:

     

    Why not remove Core and take away the community crutches?

     

    HC has been a staple of the game for years. Just because YOU don't like it doesn't mean it should be done away with.

    Exactly


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    ps3 only this is a good clan message me at QsAb_killz-MOBBN


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    Not that hard for CoD. 


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    Fair enough.

     

    Not much an HC player but I can understand an HC player wanting more options.  But, if I was an HC player, I'd worry a bit about # or playlists v. vibrancy.  I'd be careful too to use past titles as a gauge for population assessment because the numbers are much different now. 


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    DewAndDoritos "Fuel up for Battle" site has been down for maintenance for like 6+ hours.

     

    Anyone seen an update on when we can expect to be able to enter more codes?


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  • 10/17/14--13:15: It Begins...
  • Another year... another report of the game getting into the hands of players early.

     

    dfWoyWR

    Here are the first two images of the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare retail disc that have just been posted online. The disc appears to be for a PlayStation 3 version of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare and no word on exactly how they were purchased. It would be a good idea to avoid any potential leaks the next 17 days.

     

     

    This is also the Day Zero edition, as noted by the left hand side message from SHGames.

    We’d like to take this time to remind you that early footage, streams, and images are not allowed till midnight when the game launches (exact time zone TBD.)

    Source: First IMAGES of Advanced Warfare Retail Disc – Charlie INTEL: Call of Duty Advanced Warfare - Ghosts - Black Ops 2

     

    Anyone have any idea how they let this happen every year? And do you think this foreshadows more incidents of hacking/modding early in the game's life cycle, not to mention inaccurate leader boards?

     

    Ridiculous... tired of seeing this year after year.


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    Personally, as a Hardcore Player I only play TDM, so having a huge playlist doesn't really impact me greatly. I find that in the really integral modes like TDM and TDM it's nice to have, but I don't feel the need to have a separate playlist for the Niche Modes.

     

    It would be nice if they at least did a mosh pit or rotating playlist with some of the new game modes like Momentum and Quidditch (Can't remember the actual name) so it can be enjoyed in an HC environment.

     

    It seems to me though, why not just put the modes in? People will play them if they want to, and if the numbers aren't up to snuff, at least SH can say "Well, we gave them to you... and the numbers just weren't there."


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    Yppecaye_the_Dogged wrote:

     

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    There is a departure from "old school basics to "futurism."

     

    I think one of the reasons you (and others and reasonably so) find the "younger crowd" perception by others to be so illogical is because they are talking about underage players.  "Blame it all on the kids because all they do is cater to them."

     

    This is not my view, however. when it comes to the specific issue of potential future WWII themed titles. The demographic I'm referring to here is 10-20 somethings  as compared to 20-30 somethings.  I made an assessment, which I still think is quite logical, of the likelihood of having WaWII in 2015 based on whether WaWII would be more attractive than, say, BOIII.  I will still say that the 10-20 somethings crowd will prefer BOIII.  Put it another way, there will be more 10-20 somethings preferring BOIII than there will be 20-30 somethings preferring WaWII.  (Whether the 10-20 somethings will enjoy WaWII, if there is one, is another issue.)

     

    Hence, my opinion above.  It's really just as simple as that.  Uncomplicated.  It's utterly different from saying underage preferences dominate decision making.  (I look at "underage" in the context of Cod as 12-13 or younger, kids who shouldn't be playing the game in the first place.)

     

    If I gave the impression here that I was taking the "blame the kids" view, it wasn't my intent and I don't think I did.

     

    "Back to basics" means to me, for example and among other things:  real weapons, ground game, realistic and believable physical movements.  Things that aren't basics:  fluorescent camos, exo mech.  I don't claim my definition to be absolute truths.  Others might have their own take, of course.

    Now that I understand what your definition of "old school basics" are I can see more of your point. When people say they want to go back to "basics" I think "FPS" basics or simply mechanics, not the constraints of a themed era. The key issue for you then is the use of plausible or prototype technology. That's fine, I get it.

     

    As for your assessment regarding the likelihood of WaWII over BOIII, I think more people across all ages would opt to "finish" the current story arcs than depart from fleshed out universes to bank on nostalgia.

     

    What's funny is that in about 20 to 50 years, if we haven't mutually annihilated each other, that these "non-basic" things will be basic as they'll be real or deployed for the most part*.

     

    Edit: Clarity*


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  • 10/17/14--13:23: is extinction hard
  • players say it is I was just wondering


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    Foxhound-Pro wrote:

     

    Yppecaye_the_Dogged wrote:

     

    - snip -

    There is a departure from "old school basics to "futurism."

     

    I think one of the reasons you (and others and reasonably so) find the "younger crowd" perception by others to be so illogical is because they are talking about underage players.  "Blame it all on the kids because all they do is cater to them."

     

    This is not my view, however. when it comes to the specific issue of potential future WWII themed titles. The demographic I'm referring to here is 10-20 somethings  as compared to 20-30 somethings.  I made an assessment, which I still think is quite logical, of the likelihood of having WaWII in 2015 based on whether WaWII would be more attractive than, say, BOIII.  I will still say that the 10-20 somethings crowd will prefer BOIII.  Put it another way, there will be more 10-20 somethings preferring BOIII than there will be 20-30 somethings preferring WaWII.  (Whether the 10-20 somethings will enjoy WaWII, if there is one, is another issue.)

     

    Hence, my opinion above.  It's really just as simple as that.  Uncomplicated.  It's utterly different from saying underage preferences dominate decision making.  (I look at "underage" in the context of Cod as 12-13 or younger, kids who shouldn't be playing the game in the first place.)

     

    If I gave the impression here that I was taking the "blame the kids" view, it wasn't my intent and I don't think I did.

     

    "Back to basics" means to me, for example and among other things:  real weapons, ground game, realistic and believable physical movements.  Things that aren't basics:  fluorescent camos, exo mech.  I don't claim my definition to be absolute truths.  Others might have their own take, of course.

    Now that I understand what your definition of "old school basics" are I can see more of your point. When people say they want to go back to "basics" I think "FPS" basics or simply mechanics, not the constraints of a themed era. The key issue for you then is the use of plausible or prototype technology. That's fine, I get it.

    Plausible v. proto is definitely a major concern.  But can't deny how much I want WaWII either.

     

    As for your assessment regarding the likelihood of WaWII over BOIII, I think more people across all ages would opt to "finish" the current story arcs than depart from fleshed out universes to bank on nostalgia.

    Same conclusion, different reasons.  Nothing wrong with that.

     

    What's funny is that in about 20 to 50 years, if we haven't mutually annihilated each other, that these "non-basic" things will be basic as they'll be real or deployed.

    Then I'll have nothing to say.  Well, maybe not. 


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    if so how long did it take you


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    Then again, think of what people 20 to 50 years AGO thought the world would look like today.

     

    A lot of speculation and misguided thinking in many cases.

     

    Why a lot of futuristic games don't resonate with some gamers.. it's just not easy to identify with. We could look back in 2054 and think how ridiculous the ideas behind AW seem, then again we could be amazed at how accurate they were.

     

    But modern games and games about historical time periods have a sense of realism that future games just can't provide... and I miss them.


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    Kudos on winning the race to escape, it was odds on with such an OP team

    Hopefully between your love affair with Destiny and the PS4 you might find a spare hour to visit your old family on the 360 and sneek in a quick game on Extinction.

    I too can agree to how we have all grown as players with the good, bad and  just plain p*ss take games (engineer + kastet on NF.....), hope to see you around some time and to steal your line 'Stay frosty!


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    Add HoodedDAMO on xbox for invites


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    How do you delete the Map Pack DLC on the PS4?

     

    Do you have to delete the entire Ghosts data file?


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    Hello,

     

    I believe that we should have an option to disable the Map Pack DLC within the game. I know I might be jumping the gun a little considering we won't see any DLC until 2015 but I believe this is important.

     

    I think disabling DLC gives those who purchase it a chance to just go into regular maps and play with everyone else because right now if you own the DLC then you're put into a lobby with others who share your map packs and therefore you're always up against the same players (especially on PS4) and sometimes you just don't want to play them or DLC.

     

    I don't like the DLC in Ghosts because I find the maps rather crap and therefore I should have the right to disable DLC. Modern Warfare 3 implemented this option early on in its life cycle and I'd say it worked well.


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  • 10/18/14--04:46: Re: Need a little forum help
  • Foxhound-Pro my account continuously says I need to verify my email address but I don't as I can still post, create threads and do everything I normally could do.

     

    Is there anyway for this message to go away? When I click to verify my address, the email never sends to my email address and gives me an error. Plus my account was verified when I created the account a couple years back. I not changed my address at all or anything. I just suddenly got it and I don't want to fiddle about with anything just in case something happens.


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    Bump


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    We are accepting xbox 360 players as well


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    Think about it--no more boring deathmatches every single time.  Now you can play other modes (including deathmatch) like:

     

    • Hardpoint
    • Kill Confirmed (slightly altered to where tags give either 1 or 2 points)
    • Exclusive modes (like a juggernaut mode or an Uplink mode that behaves like Oddball from Halo)

     

    ~RUGGED SAVIOR


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