- Mar 25, 2009
Jacco said:I just don't get it. I don't understand what in the world could be considered "fun" about online Halo or COD.
as halo's guns are found on the map this balance issue does not occur, at least not in the same way. Some guns are better than others, but you have to find those guns, and anyone can do that. additionally, when they die, they dont keep the weapon and everyone else has a chance to pick it up from the corpse.Jacco said:I'm not mad and and I'm not venting. I just don't understand what is fun about that? How is it fun to go up against people who have 50 trillion better guns with all kinds of attachments that make them way more effective? How is it fun to try and fight your way across a map when no one works together?
aside from that,
its not multiplayer's fault, its yours. Rather than learning from your mistakes and trying to adapt, you throw your hands in the air shouting: "this is stupid!", and making sure everyone here can hear you.
i hear it on fighting games a lot... "How is this fun?", "They arent letting me hit them!", "Ohno! This combo lasts for 15 seconds and theres nothing i can do about it! (MvC3 there)" ...you have to learn how to fight against humans and how to trick/force them into making mistakes and therefore losing, on any genre. preemptive strikes through hiding in corners works well on most shooters, along with basic stuff, like aiming for the head for extra damage... all things you have to learn to do well.
not much i can say about working in a team though... try making some friends and playing with them whilst in party chat.