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    Default Re: Say goodbye to Metal Of Honor

    Womp womp. I kinda feel like that genre of games gets kind of old really fast though so that's not too surprising to me.

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    Default Re: Say goodbye to Metal Of Honor

    That story said it was posted in January. lol Either way. I liked the game. I have played the story line 4 -5 times. It is the multiplayer that is driving games to be a hit. That is where this game failed at. COD is known for great Co-Op and Multiplayer so everyone buys whatever garbage they put out. Black ops sucked and everyone knows it. Worse story line ever. Gameplay was weak. Too short. But The multiplayer even with its issue was better then MOH. COD wins again. I know people that have bought the last 4 COD titles and have NEVER played the campaign. How can you judge a game with you dont even game the actual game! WTH
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    Default Re: Say goodbye to Metal Of Honor

    I wish they didnt succumb to the once every year shooter like COD. Build a game to last like CS and people will always be there for the next one.

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    Default Re: Say goodbye to Metal Of Honor

    I liked it

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    Default Re: Say goodbye to Metal Of Honor

    I feel they should have just stuck to old warfare rather than trying to compete with cod. I played the series since the first PlayStation release and it was the score, atmosphere, quirkiness and involvement with true history that made those games for me. The joy I felt when I found you could kill guards by shooting the lamp vases above their head or the animation of hitting a Nazi in the googlies and never since have I hid in a vent scared to death by an enemy patrol accompanied by Hitler's voice in the background!

    Back then those who wanted fast gripping action would play cs and there were plenty of other markets for different shooters. Now because cod is so popular everyone tries to compete and therefore loses all originality. There are a few exceptions, but I enjoyed needing to shoot a mob 10 times rather than once to kill them

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    Well Sandy I'm one of those people who always buy COD and go straight to multiplayer lol. Have even touched the campaign on Black Ops 2 or Ghosts but I did beat the compaign on WW, MW1, MW2, Black Ops, and MW3. If you avid COD player like me then you know the campaigns are always short. As for MOH the campaign on Warfighter is pretty cool though I never finished it. The multiplayer can use some work. I may finish it just for the Hell of it but I haven't touched the game since the summer. Lot of people like Battlefield but I came in on COD and that's where my heart is at well at least the Infinity Ward versions. World at War was good too.
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    I have always played the campaign when available on all my games

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    Default Re: Say goodbye to Metal Of Honor

    Multiplayer 1st for me then campaign later
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