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    dear everyone: go outside.

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    It's getting cold in Ohio, gotta do something
    We got the same weather I guess. Ohio is like the Canada of the US.

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    I love the game. Give it till the weekend to fix all of the multiplayer problems out, with the probation and spawning. Release week is always the worst week to play online.

    Zombies was a bit disappointing, but I LOVED the campaign.

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    I personally played the shit out of video games throughout higshschool iuntil senior year, when I went outside and started tearing the student body up. Maybe its my own experience that led to this, but I literally can't even play a video game without feeling like an absolute dickhead with no life. To each their own. And if you have a group playing with you, and especially girls, then no big deal. But generally I think we're a happier people if we're too busy with real life stuff for shit like this. I go out all the time and I don't drink. I also make a point to try to surround myself with good people. But again, to each their own, dont mean to crash on the parade
    If I had a bunch of girls over playing video games at my house I think my wife would be pissed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave_K View Post
    I personally played the shit out of video games throughout higshschool iuntil senior year, when I went outside and started tearing the student body up. Maybe its my own experience that led to this, but I literally can't even play a video game without feeling like an absolute dickhead with no life. To each their own. And if you have a group playing with you, and especially girls, then no big deal. But generally I think we're a happier people if we're too busy with real life stuff for shit like this. I go out all the time and I don't drink. I also make a point to try to surround myself with good people. But again, to each their own, dont mean to crash on the parade
    I use video games in conjunction with hitting the gym as a way to escape the business and everyday annoyances associated with my daily life. It helps me decompress from all of the stress.

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    Played 2 quick games before coming into work. Had a round where I went 21-8 followed by a round of 1-14. There were times that I was behind someone and shot a guy in the back multiple times and he was able to spin around and kill me with one bullet. Frustrating as hell. This needs to be fixed, ASAP. Lag compensation is BS. If you are hosting the match then you have no shot at doing well.

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    Forgot to mention I played Kill Confirmed the other day, killed a guy, collected his dog tags, and about 5 seconds later I got the voice saying "Kill Confirmed".

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReAL DeAL View Post
    Why do people hate on playing video games? Go outside, go get some sun, etc.. Stupid shit. It's a hobby nowadays. Also keeps you out of trouble.
    Because America is fat. No, America is obese. Kids need to get the fuck outside (granted it is winter).

    I bought the last 4 CODs (so I can understand playing video games) but didn't buy this one and am not going to. I've realized I am MUCH happier when I am going out, meeting people, doing new things, etc. vs. just sitting around playing way too much COD.

    Fuck, I might go buy it. Anyone on PS3?

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    Why is it an either or thing? I game at night after work on weekdays and go out on weekends. I don't get the notion that just because you're playing video games, you can't be active as well. It's all about moderation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave_K View Post
    I personally played the shit out of video games throughout higshschool iuntil senior year, when I went outside and started tearing the student body up. Maybe its my own experience that led to this, but I literally can't even play a video game without feeling like an absolute dickhead with no life. To each their own. And if you have a group playing with you, and especially girls, then no big deal. But generally I think we're a happier people if we're too busy with real life stuff for shit like this. I go out all the time and I don't drink. I also make a point to try to surround myself with good people. But again, to each their own, dont mean to crash on the parade
    Congratulations, we're all happy for you.

    Anyway, this was by far the best campaign storyline in the entire COD series. I always feel obliged to do the campaign before delving into the multi-player.
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    Haven't tired the campaign as of yet, but so far the online play hasn't been anything special.

    They stirred away from keeping it simple, setting up perks, attachments, and some kill streaks that aren't the same as black ops.

    They clearly took the MW3 route, just tweaking a few things about the game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biw View Post
    Why is it an either or thing? I game at night after work on weekdays and go out on weekends. I don't get the notion that just because you're playing video games, you can't be active as well. It's all about moderation.
    If it isn't an either/or thing for you, that's great; it shouldn't have to be. I just know it is for many people. Weekend nights may be the busiest time for the game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by "Boobie" Gibson View Post
    If it isn't an either/or thing for you, that's great; it shouldn't have to be. I just know it is for many people. Weekend nights may be the busiest time for the game.
    It absoutely is, but it's not people who are of age, it is kids who are allowed to stay up past 8 on friday and saturday nights. I can't stomach playing on a weekend because of all the screaming, whinning, and bitching from kids that are not old enough to have even bought the game... Played with one today, and my god he went down about 9 times, and was always asking to be revived even if it would kill us. He ran out in the pit of lava...

    I know you haven't seen what I am talking about (the lava), but it's instant death if you don't have jugg.

    Also does anyone understand the "ranking system" in the zombies? Do you level up as you get kills/points, or is it based on stuff you do in game? If it's the latter then I don't think i'm very good, but i've never seen anyone rated above me (skull and three lines).

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    This game is fun. bottom line. Worth the 60$, especially since I have a few buddies to play with. I love the new tranzit zombie map they have, but it's kinda difficult.

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    I have to put the purchasing of this game on hold. I believe I did the same with the COD before this one. The glitches the first week are awful. When I did buy the game on the release date, I'd just play the campaign, because of the frustration of not getting into a game, etc.

    I always hear about the complaints about spawning, I personally, never had an issue with it. COD is the only video game I play, and I cannot play for more than 20-30mins.

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