Discussion in 'Games, Gaming & Game-demos' started by ShadowDuke, Dec 29, 2017.
Wrong thread? What means? What game?! .oO
WW2 theme would make sense after BF1's WW1, but...
He was referring to BF3/4 and how it did not age well (looks outdated etc.).
But... it's not like BF3 was released some 6 to 7 years ago, and BF4 was released in 2013. Not many games have "aged well" in that time frame.
Troling!? How those games look like crap? Is he kidding!? People... Even BC2 looks still good for its 8 years!
yeah it does actually, the level of vegetation and such yes i agree
The definitely don't look good. Maybe it's my QHD resolution that make old games look bad. More recent games look great, especially now that they are considering 4k resolution.
i agree, higher resolutions don t do bf4 good, as i play on 1440p on a 4k tv, while BF1 looks amazing
Must be it then..
ww2 is the only time period I find really enjoyable for shooter games. I find modern weaponry in gaming is too powerful and easy (arcade) and older ww1 weapons are a bit too simple.
So ww2 is in my goldilocks zone. But they've really boned the franchise up since 1942/bf2 days. I miss the mods and maps.
I may buy it. My favorite series but I did not buy Battlefield 1.
u should try bf1, its really fun, i like the ww1 vibe to it, and sniping someone from 300 yards is just a joy, love sniping in bf1
If Game Developers and Publishers made games like they "use to"...simple, no loot box or card systems, they would make far more money then they do now.
Sadly, I think they make more money off loot boxes than keeping it like it used to be (they wouldn't be doing it if it meant earning less, it's EA after all).
It's probably not the "old", "core" gamers, but the mobile gaming micro transaction friendly generation that doesn't think about spending a few $ on the side every week.