This week was a very momentous one for gaming. We had the usual Sony PSN hack news overflow, leaks of epic proportions, the reveal of a very big PS3 exclusive, and the mother of all leaks, Modern Warfare 3 detail overkill. In fact, I think we should title this WQ thread “Leak Edition”, and the only reason we didn’t do so is because there’s something bigger at hand: War.
It’s the weekend of May 13th, Gamesthirst, the gaming world’s ready for war, but as for me, I’m ready for Fast Five.
Ever since ExclusivesMostly’s recommendation, I’ve heard more and more of my friends deeming it as not only watch-worthy, but a must see. I’ll be doing that tomorrow night.
But back to the “war”. I must admit, Battlefield 3 seems like a winner and I hope it is. I really do. I’ll buy that game and I’m sure many of us will be playing online together. But before DICE decided to turn things up, there was Modern Warfare – and that game basically set the stage for what we have today. Call of Duty is now the biggest game in the world, and it sits there for a reason. But what I don’t like is the constant bashing of all things COD by, dare I say it, butt hurt Battlefield fanboys.
They troll gaming sites comments section looking for Call of Duty threads to spread their trash about how they don’t like the game, and how it’ll flop, and how this year belongs to BF3. Whatever. We haven’t seen nothing of Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, yet people are dishing out blinded opinions. I say let’s wait for Call of Duty and then we can talk. But I’m sure even when MW3 is officially shown and manages to blow all else out the water, fanboys will still cry foul…..Cry me a river, then, but let’s all be realistic and reasonable.
If BF3 kills MW3, I’ll be the first to spread the news, but if not, I’ll also be the first to let it be known.
By the way, what are you up to this weekend, any big plans?