- Feb 28, 2011
I preordered RO2, How are the tanks they look sweet in videos. I'm can't wait for it to come out.Pedro The Hutt said:How petty can you guys get? Now you're just looking for, if not making up excuses to say the game is the same.yuval152 said:different settings?!?!?! the maps are just reskinned and combined with older maps.Look at the first map at the first video it's combined beteween two maps from MW1 and MW2.AkaDad said:So different story and different setting means it's not different. I learn something new everyday.
Yes, the guns are the same because we're still in the same time period, although several got reskinned, but we'll be visiting new locations which will hopefully open up new tactics, and the trailer shows at least a few mechanics not seen in MW2 (granted, I only got the game recently in a Steam sale to see what the fuss is about so I might not have seen everything yet).
If we want to take cheap shots we could also just as easily say that BF3 will largely be a graphical update for BF2, with another abundance of desert and urban maps, with largely the same factions as last time duking it out. Using the same tools and weapons. Now with added big notifications of headshots and similar. And if we want to be really cheap we can start laughing at how you can't even change servers without exiting the game, or not even play the game without installing and running EA's intrusive Origin software.
Just accept both games for what they are, decent enough FPS games that show different aspects of modern warfare. And neither is perfect in executing that.
Now if you'll excuse me, I've got a Red Orchestra 2 beta to get back to.