To each his own, happy to hear you have had good experiences.
My experiences are very different with Modern Warfare, Gears(nothing but shotgun fests) and Halo. All of which have much higher percentages. BF1 and 2 were full of Spawn campers waiting for you to head towards the Heli or tank so they could shoot you and take your teams toys. I highly doubt its changed in BF3. This "tactic" appeared in 50% of the games I played.
BTW Bots games have 0% cheaters, glitchers and spawn campers. Just saying....
Anyway, sorry for steering this thread off topic.
Last edited by Gman30; 12-16-2011 at 02:11 PM.
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Single player and co-op. (though I feel I'm not that good.)
Co-op, whether in a campaign against the AI or in multiplayer against the public.
Besides, it's a lot easier to boost achievements with friends.
I prefer to play with friends than public. If you have a bunch of friends playing, you have so much enjoyment on so many fronts.
That said, there is nothing wrong with single player games. Sometimes it is hard to coordinate or your playing different games than your friends to be all multipleyer/co-op.
I buy some of my games later waiting for a better deal as I'm cheap, so the group may have already played the hell out of the game and need a break by the time I purchase it. Or I don't know what's hot until I seen enough people playing the game.
Being the master booster that I am, I'm always willing and able to help others when they either buy the game or when I buy the game to get whatever achievements we need at the time.
I'm an avid disliker of player vs. player in any sort of gaming that I do. It absolutely brings out the worst in me lol I cuss, and my blood pressure goes up... it's just not pretty! Or fun. And I like to have fun--not act like a timmy--while I'm gaming
So definitely I prefer co-op (npc enemies don't teabag or do other douchey antics--they just try to kill you) and single player.
Co-op is definitely a lot more fun. I'm a big fan of CoD zombie-mode and the recent Ghost Recon game for its co-op campaign and Guerrilla mode.
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