Red Dead Redemption. GTA4 is by all means a fantastic title, as Assassin's Creed, though Red Ded Redemption is an overall greater experience in every perspective. It has a vast, open, detailed, living world set in western America, While Assassin's Creed's world feels rather scripted and bland after only an hour or so in. GTA has the same feel as Red Ded Redemption, though much less intense. The world feels like a giant comedy, the driving controls are almost too loose, and the story just isn't as gripping. RDR has a great single player, multiplayer, visuals, replay value, and DLC. The other two choices just don't hit that level of greatness, not to say they are bad titles, but simply not as good.
For me grenade launchers I mean campers are usually snipers and thats how sniping was supposed to be and second chance they don't purposely lay down when they get shot its automatic and noobtubes, people like to get easy cheap kills and that is a bad player so I vote on noobtubes.
Most Anticipated RPG: Mass Effect 3
FPS: Battlefield 3
TPS: Tomb Raider
Open World RPG: Skyrim
I know Tomb Raider isn't really a 'Shooter', though that's my most anticipated Third Person title, thought it'd be fine if it counts this time.
L.A. Noire. Duke Nukem has memorable quotes, beyond that it's a stale, boring mess that four developers tried to hold onto for the coming years. ANd frankly it just looked flat out stupid in my own opinion as well. Fear 3 is definitely something that isn't going to be even a rental for me. I adored the first Fear, along with Fear files,and Fear 2. But Fear 3 just looks as if they are trying too hard to keep the franchise intact with up to date gameplay. Personally if you were to buy any Fear, the original would be more worth your money. L.A. Noire, though, offers up a more solid concept. It holds 30-35 hours of single player cases, along with a huge city where you could spend extra time unlocking cars, finding film reels, doing 40 extra side missions, and searching for badges. The story is brilliant, the actin is superb, the technology is fantastic, and the gameplay is incredibly refreshing and intellectually satisfying.
Well what you are talking about are two completely different types of multiplayer shooters tackling the same thing, sales and the audience's interest. Regardless of EA's rather arrogant comments toward Call of Duty, and the troll fan base Battlefield holds, I believe that Battlefield 3 will be an overall better experience and sell at least close to or equal to MW3. Why? Well, what battlefield is doing is they are making an impact with legitimate, widely known people and get togethers like Jimmy Falon, E3, so forth and advertising their product so it is well known. That being said, and the hype for all of it's demos and sequences, they have people sold on the product. And they'll deliver on it by giving reliable, good connection matches with offering both small, fast paced, short range maps along with large, strategical, time consuming ones, essentially tackling both play styles. Combine that with an incredible looking, playing engine, and throw it all together with solid single player and free stat tracking.
Don't fall beneath your level, stay fair. Just deal with them when you join by quitting and reporting them if possible, then just find another server. Can't say much else considering COD doesn't have dedicated servers.
This is Gamefly. In a very straight, cut to the chase answer, yes sir. It will always take a considerable amount of time to send the game and have the customer receive it. On average I would say it takes 3 good work days to get it, sometimes even four. Frankly the only reason I have this over Blockbuster's 'Gamepass' is because of the wider variety here, and the community. And that'll happen. Don't put games on your Q thinking it's top to bottom, just imagine the Q being a wheel full of titles the spinner will land on.